DeForest senior Aleah Grundahl had lots of fans at the Division 2 All-Star game in Wisconsin Dells last Friday, including Norski coach Jerry Schwenn.

2019 DeForest graduates Aleah Grundahl and Austin Westra both hit the court one last time in their high school careers last weekend at the girls and boys All-Star game at JustAGame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells.

Grundahl helped the Division 2 South All-Stars to an 88-69 victory over the North.

In 21 minutes of playing time, Grundahl finished with 10 points and two rebounds. She was 4-for-4 on field goal attempts and 2-for-2 at the free-throw line.

The South held a slim 21-19 lead at the end of the first quarter and increased the margin to 42-35 at halftime.

After outscoring the North 23-22 in the third quarter, the South put the game away with a 23-12 outburst in the final frame.

Whitefish Bay’s Ellie Clements led the South with 21 points, while Monroe’s Sydney Hilliard finished with 17. New Berlin Eisenhower’s Julia Hintz (13) and Waterford’s Kathleen Fitzgerald (12) also scored in double figures.

Beaver Dam’s Tara Stauffacher led the North with 19 points, while Luxemburg-Casco’s Cassie Schiltz and Shawano’s Tori DePerry chipped in 13 and 12, respectively.


Westra got the start for the Division 2 Boys Red Team and played a team-high 24 minutes.

Westra tied teammate Gunnar Northman of Mount Horeb with a team-high 18 points, but the Red squad lost 96-94 to the White team.

The Red All-Stars sprinted out to a 20-13 first quarter lead. They held a comfortable 49-31 lead at halftime.

The White All-Stars started their comeback with a 28-21 outburst in the third quarter. They completed the comeback with a 37-24 run in the final stanza.

Westra came up with the 18 points after going 8-for-15 from the field and 1-for-2 from the free-throw line. He finished with four rebounds, two assists, two steals and a block.

McFarland’s Trevon Chislom (13), Marinette’s Matt Wagner (11) and Mount Horeb’s Jason Larson (10) also scored in double figures for the Red All-Stars.

Menasha’s Jacob Everson led the White All-Stars with 21 points, while Portage’s Eli Considine (18), East Troy’s Michael Polakoski (17), Green Bay Southwest’s Lucas Stieber (11), Green Bay Southwest’s Will Pytleski (11) and Adam Biral (10) also scored in double figures.

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