New Berlin Eisenhower's girls basketball team began Woodland Conference play with an easy victory on Dec. 2, as the Lions rolled to a 55-16 victory over South Milwaukee.
Bouncing back from a nonconference loss to Madison Edgewood, Eisenhower (2-1) had 11 different players score.
Sophomore guard Julia Hintz led the Lions with 14 points, four assists and six steals. Junior forward Hannah Plockelman had seven points, four rebounds and three steals; freshman forward Erin Hedman added seven points, three rebounds and three blocks; and junior guard Olivia Canady had six points and three assists.
Eisenhower held the Rockets to just four points in the first half to take a 26-4 lead at the break. South Milwaukee made just five field goals and were 5-for-13 from the foul line.
The Lions were scheduled to host Brown Deer on Tuesday, Dec. 6, before traveling to Whitnall to face the Falcons on Friday, Dec. 9.