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Coleman/Crivitz Share M&O 2020 Title

Issue Date: March 5, 2020

Crivitz Shutdown Lena

The Crivitz Wolverines and the Lena Wildcats played their final game of the regular season last week Friday and it was the Wolverines who found themselves the victory after the dust settled. Taking home the 82-30 win.

The victory saw the Wolverines post an insurmountable lead over the first half, sending the Lena boys to the locker room behind 48-9.

Crivitz was led by Jaden Werner with 20 points and Eian Baumann with 14 points. Franzen finished the evening with 13 while Sellen got nine.

Lena was led by Max Beyer with 13 points and Logan Shallow with eight. Anderson chipped in three.

Wolverine Head Coach Jeff Baumann took time to talk about the upcoming playoff venture for his Wolverines saying, "We have St. Marys Springs next, They are very tough. We won't have an easy regional. I was saying in the locker room we were 5-4 and needed to pretty much win out this season if we had any hopes of the conference which we did. I am very proud of the way this team has played."



Coleman Tops St. Marys Catholic In Overtime Win

The Coleman Cougars faced off with the St. Marys Springs boys last week and took a 65-59 victory.

The win saw the Cougars post 20 points over the first half, just short of the 27 point lead that St. Marys held.

By games end the Cougars' Cayden Bintz had led the way with 24 points. Payton Nelson had posted 16 points while Nick Teteak followed up with nine.

St. Mary's was led by M. Griffith with 12 points and Uhlenbruack with 17 points.



Crivitz Takes Win Over St. Marys Springs

The Crivitz Wolverines bagged a very close 56-54 victory over St. Marys Springs last week.

The win saw the Wolverines fall behind 30-23 at the half before coming back to take the 56-54 win.

The Wolverines were led by Chandler Kaldenberg with 17 points while Jaden Werner, Dawson Andrist and Eian Baumann all posted 11 points each.



Peshtigo Gets Win Over Amherst

The Peshtigo Bulldogs had a great finish to their regular season play last week when they took down Amherst by way of a 54-35 final verdict to advance in Regional baseball action.

"I thought our first 12 minute effort was what won the game tonight," said Peshtigo Head Coach Nate Motkwoski. "We had great intensity on both ends, we made smart plays on offense and defensive we were communicating very well. I know we had lapses later in the game, but we opened very well."

The win saw the Bulldogs jump ahead during the early minutes of the first frame. By intermission they held the 37-8 lead.

Letting some of the bench get into the mix Head Coach Nate Motkwoski saw his Bulldogs hold off the Amhersts boys with a 27-17 second half readout, with Amherst holding that second frame scoring edge.

Peshtigo was pretty solid from the free throw line during the game with 11 of the 18 shots hit home. The Bulldogs did however show some serious control of the lane, pulling down 41 rebounds to Amherst's 24.

Cade Tackmier led the way for the Bulldogs with 18 points on the night while Landon Lemke followed with 10 points. Also hitting the 10 point mark was Adam Bauman.

Amherst was led by Alex Felckowski with eight points while teammates Ian Hall and Cycle Zblewski both posted 10 points each.

"Our guys made some great plays tonight, said Motkowski. "We have a few things to clean up before next game but a good effort from our guys, especially the bench tonight too."



Suring Finishes Season With Win Over Niagara

The Suring Eagles proved to be way more than the Niagara Badgers could contain last Friday evening as the home court Badgers lost control of the 66-28 Suring victory.

Suring hit the court on the first half with the intension of shooting out the lights. After the first buzzer sounded the Eagles had shot their way to five early game three pointers. Spring's Bryce Losurdo hit two while Jayden Geneisse, Duncan Breed and Ethan Hischke all hit one.

With all those three in the bag the Eagles held the 35-10 first frame edge.

Suring's Geneisse turned the game into a downpour for the Badgers as he continued his shooting success into the second half with an additional four triples.

By games end Geniesse led the way for all scorers giving his Eagles 27 points on the night. Hischke posted 11 while Breed followed up with seven.

Niagara was led by Charles Schaefer with six points and Logan Carlson with five. Elliot Peterson and Josh Weber added on four points each to the Badger tally.



Oconto Beats Peshtigo

The Oconto Blue Devils took a solid win over the tough Peshtigo Bulldogs last week with the Oconto Boys securing the win with a 60-46 final tally.

Peshtigo kept pace for most of the first half as they trailed by one score at the first buzzer 24-22.

Oconto was led by Josh Woller with 22 points, Will Sherman with 14, Caleb Moe with 11. Preston Wusterbarth and Luke Krueger both posted 5 each while Christian Koch got 2 points.

Peshtigo was led by Landon Lemke with 17 points, Cade Tackmier with 10, while Adam Baumann and Brayden Demmith got 4 each. Mason Doberstein, Muaz Salem and Jacob Berth all got 3 each while Collin Engman ended the game with 2.  



Freedom Slams Marinette With Loss

The Freedom Irish who have shown they have some pretty good shooters all season long, took down the Marinette Marines Friday night by way of a sweltering 80-32 final readout.

Freedom quickly pushed themselves to an early lead, controlling the scoreboard after the first half 41-19.

Marinette was led by Polazzo with 13 points and Maye with 11. Sommerfeld posted six.

Freedom was led by Maslan with 19 points and Rupiper with 15 points. Peterson finished with 10.



Wausaukee Advances in Regional Win Over Lena

The Wausuakee Ranger boys basketball team took a 67-41 win over the Lena Wildcats in WIAA Regional boys basketball action.

The Rangers wasted no time in established themselves the early leaders in this match as they fired in 32 points to the Wildcats 14 points.

Lena recovered slightly in the second frame as they fired in 27 points but were unable to slow the Rangers who posted an additional 35 points to close the nights action.

Leading the way for the Rangers was Devin Brunette with19 points and Hayden Renikow with 16 points. Tristan Pollard added on 12 while Brenden Versaskas added up 11 on the night.



Oconto Trounces Manawa

Tuesday night the Oconto Blue Devils and the Manama Wolves met for their first game of regionals with Oconto taking the win with a 72-24 final readout.

At the half Oconto had pretty much secured the win 47-11

Leading scorers for Oconto were Josh Woller with 23 and Caleb Moe with 11. Preston Wusterbarth and Luke Krueger both got 9 each, while Logan Allan got 7.

Manawa was led by Nick Gorman with 11.


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