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Crivitz Downs Coleman To Take M&O Lead

Issue Date: January 16, 2019

Crivitz and Coleman battled to the final minute for the M&O lead on Thursday, with Crivitz coming out on top.

Coleman actually led early, taking as much as an 10-point lead with a few minutes to go in the first half, 22-12 The Cougars took a 25-22 lead into the break, then Crivitz packed it in on defense to limit the Crivitz offense inside.

"Coleman gave us fits in the first half. We tried to be as aggressive as we can, as often as we can and they took advantage of it," Baumann said. "They went to the basket and we were too busy off the ball defense just standing and watching and they were just sneaking guys in the paint and dishing it off and they killed us."

After Crivitz battled to take the lead at 37-35 with 9:23 to play, Coleman went on a nine-point run to take a seven point lead. Crivitz then went on a 10-point run of its own however, led by Dawson Andrist, to take a 48-46 lead.

"We see where the openings are in their defense," Coleman coach Tim Forner said. "Their adjustment was to pack it inside defensively and take away our high-low look. Penetration was not there as easily. We're not a perimeter shooting team, per se, so it was a little bit tougher for us to attack. They made a great adjustment that actually forced us to bring the ball out when they packed it down."

Crivitz led by just two with a minute and 58 seconds to go when Logan Zeitler hit a couple of free throws for Coleman. Crivitz added points from Elijah Lawrence with 47 seconds to go, a free throw from Andrist and two free throws from Chandler Kaldenberg to build the lead to seven.

Cayden Bintz hit a three-pointer with 11 seconds left, but it wasn't enough, as Crivitz came out with the 57-49 win.

"That's a good team and we could have really fell apart in that first half down 22-12 at one point," Crivitz coach Jeff Baumann said. "It was a roller coaster but the guys didn't give up and that was the biggest message."

Kaldenberg led Crivitz with 15 points, making all four of his free throws down the stretch. Andrist scored 11 and Eian Baumann had eight.

Bintz had 15 points with four three-pointers in the game and Payton Nelson had 10.

Bulldogs Hold Off Blazers in Home Conference Win

After a rather slow first half, both the Peshtigo Bulldogs and NEW Lutheran Blazers both heated up in the second half, but Peshtigo outlasted NEW for a 64-58 win.

The Bulldogs led 27-23 at the break. Each team scored at least 10 more points than in the first half, but Peshtigo came out the victors, though it could have been by more.

"Credit to them. A couple times it was 10, 12, 14 points and I thought we really could have blown the doors off and they found a way to make a big play defensively or knock down a shot," Peshtigo coach Nate Motkowski said. "At the same time, I was proud of our guys, they didn't hang their head or get down on themselves. They kept working hard and playing to get the lead back."

With about eight minutes left, Peshtigo led 50-37, but NEW crawled back into it. Peshtigo hung on, however.

The Bulldogs did it with some big performances from Cade Tackmier and Trent Carriveau, who each scored 19.

"I think everybody was looking to find the open guy. I know there were a couple things that we saw that Trent was open in a corner or could get out for a quick look and I thought our guys did a good job finding him," Motkowski said. "Overall, Trent had a huge game on both ends and I thought he showed a lot of heart tonight to step up and had a great game."

Cameron Noffke scored 10 in what was a quiet night from Mitchell VanVooren, who scored two points on three shots, battling foul trouble throughout.

NEW got 26 from Samuel Meerstein, but it took 21 shots from the field and 13 free throws to do it. Meerstein was efficient from the line, making 12 of 13 shots, but he hit only six of his attempts from the field.

"We walked through a lot of different looks with him yesterday at practice. We had a couple of different guys on him, but he's a good scorer and he's going to get his points," Motkowski said. "I thought overall we did a nice job on him. There were a couple times where you just tip your hat and say "hey, nice shot,' but he got a bunch from the free-throw line tonight and that was our fault too. We've got to play without our hands."

Overall, NEW shot 32 percent from the field and Peshtigo shot 45 percent from the field. NEW's 20-of-23 mark at the free throw line helped its cause.

Florence Misses Chance Against Phleps

The Florence Bobcat boys had a chance to win over the Phelps hornets last Tuesday but instead were handed a heartbreaking 68-65 loss.

Leading the Bobcats was Evan Beaster with 20 points and Toby Wheeler with 13 points.

Suring Comes Out On Top Over Lena

The Suring Eagles posted a solid 70-36 victory over the visiting Lena Wildcats Tuesday night.

Suring was in it to win it from the start as the lead at half tim was already nearly insurmountable 47-19.

By the end of the game the Eagles' Caleb Lally had established himself as the evenings top scorer with 19 points. Mitch Stegeman got 18 points while Dequez Sepulveda chipped in 11 points.

Lena was led by Max Beyer with 14 points and Trenton Telford with six points.

Wausaukee Survives Battle With Oneida

The Wausaukee Ranger boys basketball team survived a close contest with the visiting Oneida Nation Thunderhawks, who they defeated 66-59.

It was a just a bit closer at the half as Wausaukee held the edge 36-30.

Wausaukee's Hayden Renikow posted the nights best performance with 23 points amassed.. He was followed by brandon Shigouri with 12 points and Tyler Gruszynski with nine.

Oneida Nation was led by Javon Webster with 12 points and Mason King with 10 points.

Florence Wins Low Scoring Contest

The Florence Bobcats found themselves in a defensive slobber knocker Friday night as they held on to win 45-39 over Three Lakes.

Leading the Bobcats was Evan Beaster with 15 points and Kaden Schuls with 10 points.

Lena Takes Win Over STAA

The Lena Wildcats swept the St. Thomas Aquinas Boys away from a win Tuesday night as they piled up 62 points to the Cavaliers' 36 on the home court of the Wildcats.

Though STAA took the loss it was one of their best effort this season as they fought their way to 13 first half points while finish g the night up with a 23 point effort in the closer.

Lena was led by the efforts of Colby Borchert who piled up 24 on the night. Simon Gard chipped in 12 points while;e Logan Shallow got five.

St. Thomas was led by Brennan Cyrsmith with 17 points and Alex Powers with 11.

Coleman Runs Away From Niagara

The Coleman boys had no troubles what so ever cruising their way to a 57-21 victory over the hosting Niagara Badgers.

It was an atrocious night for the Niagara squad who couldn't seem to get the wheels turning on their offense or defense as they scores only nine points over the opening frame.

Coleman on the other hand was well oiled and ready to go to work as they plugged out a 29 point first half.

By the end of competition Coleman's Cayden Blintz was the evenings top score with 14 points. Payton Nelson chipped in 12.

Niagara was led by Tristan DeJardin with six points.

Marquette's Strong Finish Downs Maroons 70-50

Friday's loss to Marquette was closer than the 70-50 score indicates, but in the end, it's a Great Northern Conference loss for the Maroons.

Menominee trailed by three at the end of the first quarter and 11 at the half, but played a solid third quarter. Marquette finished the game strong for the 20-point win.

Aidan Bellisle had 12 points on four three-pointers to lead Menominee and Keagan Monroe had 11.

Oconto Sneaks Past Bonduel in Non-Conference Play

The Oconto Blue Devils defeated the Bonduel Bears 54-58 on Tuesday.

Caleb Moe had 21 points to lead Oconto. Josh Woller and Preston Wusterbarth scored 13 apiece and Will Sherman scored 10 for the victorious Blue Devils.

Peshtigo's Points in the Paint Prove to be Too Much for Kewaunee

Peshtigo shot 59 percent from the field in an 83-61 win over Kewaunee on Friday.

The Bulldogs made 36 of their 61 shots in the game, including 4-of-10 threes and 7-of-8 free throws.

On the other hand, Kewaunee chucked up 35 triples and made just 10.

Mitchell VanVooren led Peshtigo with 24 points and Cameron Noffke had 12. Damon Jones chipped in 10. All three shot better than 50 percent from the field, with Noffke's 6-for-7 performance the standout, efficiency-wise.

Peshtigo out-rebounded Kewaunee 35-17. Cade Tackmier led with nine rebounds for Peshtigo, while VanVooren chipped in seven from the center spot.

Kewaunee's Ryan Carmichael had 17 points and McCoy Walechka had 15 for Kewaunee.

Menominee Gets Past

Stephenson for Second Win

Menominee got its second win of the year on Monday, with a five-point margin in the first quarter enough to carry the Maroons to a win.

Menominee won the first quarter 13-8 and held the advantage throughout its 47-43 win. At the half, the Maroons led 22-19, with a four-point advantage after three holding to the final whistle.

Brock Barrette had a game-high 14 points, Keagan Monroe scored nine and Keaton Uecke scored eight. Brady Badker chipped in six points on the night.

Stephenson's Joe Starzynski had 13 points, the Eagles' best.


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