EagleHerald/Brian Bell Riley Mueller of Crivitz gets fouled on a layup by Suring’s Angel Griffin in Tuesday’s game at Crivitz.
EagleHerald/Brian Bell Riley Mueller of Crivitz gets fouled on a layup by Suring’s Angel Griffin in Tuesday’s game at Crivitz.

CRIVITZ — Sianna Guns had a game-high 18 points for the Crivitz girls basketball team in its 55-36 win over Suring on Tuesday.

Guns scored 14 of her points in the first half, where the Wolverines built a double-digit lead. Their defense, meanwhile, limited the Eagles’ offense. Kylee Stelzer managed seven points in the first half but only teammate Wylee VanBellinger scored more than one basket for the Eagles in the first half.

The Wolverines also held a first-half advantage in free throws, making five of their eight attempts while Suring didn’t have an attempt.

Crivitz led 25-15 entering halftime and though Suring finally made some trips to the free throw line, the Wolverines went more often. Chloe Gruszynski made five of her nine attempts at the line in the second half and scored 10 of her 14 points after halftime. Crivitz finished 17-for-29 from the line while Suring went 8-for-16.

Ryann Wagner provided much of Suring’s second-half scoring, sinking three 3-pointers. But, she was one of just three Eagles to score from the floor in the second half. VanBellinger finished with six points.

Emalee Johnson added eight points for Crivitz; Riley Mueller had six.

The Wolverines play at Lena on Friday and Suring hosts Niagara.