Onalaska struggles from field, falls to Ravens in elimination game


The Onalaska girls basketball team couldn’t keep up with Raymond-South Bend on Thursday, falling 68-36 in a 2B District 4 Tournament elimination game.

Tonight was a rough game to end the season,” Onalaska coach Alana Olson said. “I'm really proud of the growth my girls have shown over the course of the season.”

The Loggers’ (10-13, 5-8 C2BL) best quarter was the first, as they hit three 3-pointers and were down just one entering the second. That’s where the Ravens took over, extending their lead to 12 at halftime and pushing it to 21 after three.

The Onalaska offense hit a wall, scoring just 14 points in those two quarters combined, and 12 of those were scored by Emalie Jacoby. As a team, the Loggers shot just 15 for 59 from the floor on the night.

Jacoby finished with a game-high 22 points and a team-high seven rebounds, while five Ravens finished with double-figures.

Onalaska finishes the season 10-13, and they are set to lose seniors Jaycee Kinsman and Cierra Berg.