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Coleman Holds One Game Lead in M&O Play

Issue Date: January 17, 2020

Peshtigo Gets Handed Loss by Kewaunee

The Peshtigo Bulldog boys basketball team has been having a great time going this season so far, but last Saturday evening the Bulldogs ran into a wall against the Kewaunee Storm who put down the Bulldogs 67-52.

It was Kewaunee's game for most of the way in this one as the Storm boys held the distinct edge going into the half 31-29. Which they increased over the second half by holding the Bulldogs to 23 second half points while posting 36 more of their own.

Kewaunee was led by the efforts of Ryan Carmicheal with 19 points and Tanor Bortolini with 15 points. Benjamin Hiem posted 10 points.

The Bulldogs were led by Cade Tackmier with 11 points and Landon Lemke who also posted 11 points. Adam Bauman added nine to the final tally while Muaz Salem followed up with eight points.



Coleman Boys Take 2nd Win Over Crivitz

The Coleman Cougar boys secured a 66-43 victory over the Crivitz Wolverines last week, helping to further the Cougars top standing in the M&O.

The Cougars and Wolverines were pretty much neck and neck for most of the early goings of this game as they entered the intermission with the Cougars holding a slight edge 25-22.

A huge second quarter is what it took for the Cougars to bag the win. After adjusting in the locker room the Coleman boys were able to hold the Crivitz boys to 21 points while lighting up the score board for an additional 41 points for their side.

At games end Nick Teteak was the evenings top performer with 21 points for the Cougars. Teammate Payton Nelson posted 17 while Logan Heitler added on eight points.

The Wolverines were led by Chandler Kaldenberg and Dawson Andrist who both posted 12 points each. Jade Werner and Trey Franzen both posted eight points each.



Wausaukee Defeats Suring

The Wausaukee Ranger boys had a great showing Friday night when they took on the Suring Eagles who they handily defeated 48-33.

The win was highlighted by a great start for the Rangers who fired off 28 first half points while holding the Eagles to 16 over the opening minutes.

Leading the way for the Rangers during the night's match up was Andrew Schroeder who posted 13 points. Brandon Shigouri and Hayden Renikow both posted nine points while Devin Brunette got four.

Suring was led by Dequez Sepulveda who amassed 12 points for his Eagles. Jayden Geniesse posted six while Ethan Hischke and Leo Taylor both added up four points each.



Niagara Drops Match to Oneida Nation

The Niagara Badger boys had their hands full trying to contain the Oneida Nation Thunderhawks Friday night as they fell to the visioning Thunderhawks by way of a 55-25 final verdict.

The Badgers saw their hopes of a victory quickly evaporate over the first half as the Oneida Nation boys fired away and came out of the half with a 28-11 lead.

That lead only got larger over the second half as the Badgers fired in 14 second half points to the Thunderhawks' 27.

By games end the Oneida Nation boys were led by Javon Webster who fired in 15 points. Mason King added on 11 points while Alex VanSteel finished with 10 points.

Ty Colenso led the Badgers with nine points while Dawson Lincoln finished with eight points.



Oconto Defeats NEW Lutheran

The Oconto Blue Devils added a win to their season readout Saturday afternoon when they defeated the NEW Lutheran Blazers with a 51-37 final readout.

The Blue Devils were led by Preston Wusterbarth with 13 points and Luke Krueger with 12 points. Caleb Moe finished the night with 10.

The Blazer top scorers were Marshall Bukowski with 16 points, Elijah Lang with 7, and Tristen Lynch with six.



Menominee Takes Loss to Omro

The Menominee Maroons have been making some waves in their conference this season with some great play. But last Monday night they were just a little bit outdone by their opponents the Omro Wolves who came away with the 72-64 win.

Though the Omro boys came out ahead after the second half, at the end of the first it was still anyones game as the score was knotted up at 37-37.

Keagan Monroe led the way for the Maroons with 17 points while teammate Bellisle posted 15 points. Sartorelli finished the game with nine points.

Omro was led by the evenings top scorer Schoeni who amassed 27 points. Stachura added 22 points while Marcheck posted six.



Crivitz Defeats STAA

The Crivitz Wolverine Boys bagged a blow out win Friday evening when they took down the visiting St.Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers by way of a 83-62 final verdict.

The big win by the Wolverines saw a bit of a comeback staged over the second half.

Exiting the first half the STAA boys found themselves in the lead, 39-37. Much of this had to do with the great play by Kaden Baxter who fired his way to 11 first half points. Teammates Ethan Russel and Alex Powers also did their jobs very well over the first with Russel posting 11 points and Powers 13 points.

Crivitz however woke up over the second half and went wild, lighting up the scoreboard with fast scores.

Over that second half Eian Baumann shot his way to 10 points while Chandler Kaldenberg added on nine points.

By games end the Wolverines were led by Baumann with 16 points and Kaldenberg with 15 points. Jade Werner followed up with 12 points.

Kaden Baxter was the games top scorer with 21 points for the Cavvies. Russell also had an amazing game with 20 points. Powers followed up with 16 points.



Clintonville too Much for Marinette

The Clintonville boys were quick and hard to stop, just ask the Marinette boys who faced off against the Truckers last week. After two half's of play the Marinette boys were on the wrong end of a 75-48.

Marinette was able to keep pace over the first half though as the teams entered the intermission with the Truckers ahead 28-23.

The second half was a different story though as then Truckers adjusted and pretty much stopped everything there Marines threw at them.

Asia Polazzo did a great job of keeping his Marines in the match, ending the game with a game high 22 points. Teammate shaw posted nine points while Maye finished with eight.

Clintonville was led by Polzin with 21 points and Mauel with 12. C. Rosenow added 11 points to the final tally.



Gillett Falls to Coleman

The Gillett Tiger Boys played a solid first half but were handed a tough loss by the Coleman Cougars who played an exemplary second half to take the win 58-40.

The Tigers certainly played like they wanted to win over the first, coming away with 25 points to the Cougars 27.

But a second half disintegration in defense saw the Cougars open the game up with 31 points to the Tiger's 15.

Payton Nelson had a great game for the Cougars as he posted 21 points. Nick Teteak followed up with 14 points while Cayden Bintz rounded off the top scorers for Coleman with 12 points.

Gillett was led by Elijah Frammes with 11 points. Aides Patza and Anthony Carroll both posted eight points each.



Wausaukee Escapes Niagara With Win

The Wausaukee boys found themselves way ahead at the half during their match with the Niagara Badgers, but a tough Badgers squad nearly found a way to come back over the second half, yet still fell to the Rangers 48-33.

It really was a tale of two halves in this contest. Wausaukee opened the game with a 34 point effort while the Badgers were only able to muster a 13 point push. But the second half the Badgers turned the game around, scoring 20 points while holding the Rangers to 14 points.

Leading the way for the Rangers in the win was Hayden Renikow with 17 points. Tristin Pollard posted 15 points while Andrew Schroeder got six.

Niagara was led by Josh Weber with 11 points and Sladen Dunlap with six points. Charles Swanson got five on the night.



Little Chute Shutdown Marinette

The Little Chute Mustangs hosted the Marinette Marines last Tuesday night and handed the visiting Marines a 74-29 blow out loss.

The loss started building in the first half where the Mustangs fired off a sweltering 44 points to the Marinette boys' 18.

Marinette was unable to find a way of making any damage as they only were bale to manage another 11 points over the second frame.

Sommerfeldt led the way for the Marines with 12 points while Polazzo picked up 11. Maye finished the evening with three points.

Little Chute was led by Van Asten with 22 points and Brockman with 14. Huss posted 10.



Menominee Falls to Escanaba

The Menominee Maroons were handed a 64-44 home court loss from the visiting Escanaba Eskimos Tuesday night.

The loss saw the Eskimos take the 35-25 lead at the half before putting away the Maroons with a hard fought second frame.

The Maroons were led by Badker with 12 points, Monroe with 10 and Bellisle with seven.

Escanaba was led by Fedell with 23 points, Hudson with 11 and Maki with 10.


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