WHS Girls Basketball wins close battle with Beloit Turner, 50-48

Kacie Carollo, pictured in this file photo, lead the Whippets with 19 points. (Photo courtesy of Bob Mischka)

From Coach Lippens:

It was a battle to the very end tonight. Fortunately, we came out with the win, beating Beloit Turner 50-48.   Jaden Henneman had one of her best games with a double double, 12 points and 12 rebounds.  Kacie Carollo led the team with 19, Abby Grosinske also scored 12.

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