Oshkosh, Wis. (WFRV) – The Wisconsin GLO held on to avenge a pair of early losses to St. Louis on Sunday, 86-82.
Wisconsin jumped out to an early lead. Capped off by a corner three by Jolene Anderson, the GLO took a 19 point lead in the second quarter.
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The Surge came out hot in the third quarter and quickly cut the GLO lead to single digits. A big jumper by Julie Wojta, and layup by Kelly Moten helped keep St. Louis at bay in the third quarter.
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Former Wisconsin Badgers guard Taylor Wurtz helped seal the deal down the stretch with a baseline jumper to make it an 11 point game. The GLO would hold on from there for an 86-82 win at Menominee Nation Arena.
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