Amanda Bultman (24) gives the Kewaunee Storm a 19-9 lead in the second period against the Sturgeon Bay Clippers on Jan. 4.
It was a battle for second place in the Packerland Conference Jan. 4 when Sturgeon Bay traveled to Kewaunee in girls basketball. The Storm didn't budge at all and routed Sturgeon Bay 67-19.
At least early on, it looked like it would be a competitive matchup. Sturgeon Bay (4-3) actually had a one-point lead with a little over four minutes played into the first quarter. Then Kewaunee (9-1)grabbed the momentum when Jill Kleiman stole the ball and dished it to Kelsey Stangel for the easy bucket; squashing the Clippers' only lead of the game 6-5.
In the latter half of the second quarter, Kewaunee went ...