Kylie Moe Wins First 3-Point Challenge

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Saturday, March 14, 2015

Kylie Moe Wins First 3-Point Challenge

Kylie Moe, a junior from Brodhead, won the inaugural girls’ 3-Point Challenge held Saturday at the Resch Center in conjunction with the State Girls Basketball Tournament.

Moe was one of 10 participants in the contest. She scored 15 points in the final round to win the contest. Sammy Kozlowski of New Berlin Eisenhower was second with 13 points in the final round, and Amber Baehman of Tri-County was third with 10.

Moe scored 15 points in the opening round and 14 in the semifinals. Kozlowski opened with 12 points and followed with 14 in the semifinals. Baehman tallied 14 points in the opening round followed by a 14-point performance in the semifinals.

Emily Hafemann of Martin Luther scored 15 points in the first round to tie Moe for the best score, and Caroline Busch of Brookfield scored 12 points to advance to the semifinals.  

Other participants were Katie Walz of Waukesha West, Madison Blair of Waterford, Riley Spear of Marshall, Jamie Spanbauer of Lourdes Academy and Shelly Kneifl of Abbotsford.

The top two players per division were selected for the contest based on the best 3-point field goal percentage with a minimum of 75 attempts during the regular season.


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