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Area Basketball - Menominee Boys Bag Double Win Week; Maroon Girls Undefeated

Issue Date: March 24, 2021

Menominee Secures Win Over Escanaba in Overtime

The Menominee Maroons and the Escanaba Eskimos battled it out last week Thursday and ended up finding themselves in overtime with the Eskimos. After the extra minutes the Maroons held the edge 60-58.

The Maroons saw Brady Shultz and Brady Badker step up the pace in those overtime minutes resulting in a winning effort.

Menominee worked to an early 5-2 lead during the first quarter. By the end of that frame Menominee led 17-14. Menominee then saw Escanaba improve during the second as they ended the half on a 12-0 scoring run.

Menominee held the advantage heading into the fourth 39-35 and battled the whole final frame to get to a 55-55 tie.

During that overtime period Menominee's Schultz got things rolling with an inside basket to take the 57-55 lead. With 30 seconds renaming and with the Maroons trying to run off the remaining clock Esky forced a turnover and called a time out. The Eskimos were unable to take the lead and Menominee's Keaton Uecke went to the line with seconds remaining for a double bonus where he made one of the two shots.

Schultz led Menominee with 18 points while Waara posted 12. Conway finished with 11 while Bellisle added 10 points.

Escanaba's Victorson added up 19 points. Hudson 12 and Fraser 12.



Menominee (60) - Schultz 18, Waara 12, Conway 11, Bellisle 10, Badker 4, Uecke 3, Starzynski 2. FTs: 17-24

Escanaba (58) - Victorson 19, Ca. Hudson 12, Fraser 12, Co. Hudson 9, Brown 4, Smale 2. FTs: 6-7



Menominee Takes Win Over Norway

The Menominee Maroon Boys bagged a solid win over the Norway boys last Tuesday night in Norway.

"I though for the most part we had great energy. for nearly all the game," said Menominee head coach Larson. "There were a couple spots we could have played better but defensively we played very well. I think the game got slowed down a bit. I give credit to Norway for slowing things down."

The Maroons started fairly strong in this showdown as Cooper Conway and Aiden Bellisle both shot for six points each, pushing their Maroons to a 16-7 lead.

The second frame turned into a defensive struggle with the Maroons being edged just slightly 5-4. The Maroons controlled the board at the intermission 20-12.

"We got plenty of steals in the first half but we never got away and ran with them," said Larson. "I though in the second we did do much better in transition. We got a few easy baskets and the guys started rolling."

Menominee picked the pace with a 19 point third quarter and held the Norway boys to six points. During that big frame Menominee's Waara added up eight points while Conway pushed in another seven.

Menominee was led by Conway with 22 points. Bellisle followed up with 10 points while Waara finished with eight.

"Conway did a nice job tonight," said Larson. "Both defensively and offensively. Mainly our guys were unselfish tonight and found the open player."

Menominee will host Bark-River Harris in the District 4 Semi-Final Thursday evening at 6 p.m. in Menominee.



Menominee (60) - Starzynski 6, Badker 2, Waara 8, Bellisle 10, Schultz 6, Conway 22, Coduti 3. FTs: 3-6

Norway (39) - Anderson 4, Seets 4, VanHolla 4, Nuens 8, Perilini 19. FTs: 2-5



Menominee Girls Get Solid Win Over Ishpeming

The Menominee Maroon girls played a regular season contest Thursday night when they traveled to Ishpeming. After the dust settled the Maroon girls had defeated the Ishpeming girls 65-41.

Menominee wasn't going to be denied a perfect mark on the year as they held a distinct 41-19 lead going into the locker room for the intermission.

Menominee was led by Emma Anderson with 19 points. Erin Barrette got 12 points while Anna Nerat chipped in nine on the night.

Ishpeming was led by Deloughary with 15 points and Harris with 9. Maki chipped in 7 while Loman got 6.



Menominee (65) - Anderson 19, Barrette 12, Nerat 9, Nolde 6, Hofer 5, Olson 4, Derusha 3, Doyle 3, Welllner 2, Sinks 2. FTs: 7-9

Ishpeming (41) - Deloughary 15, Harris 9, Maki 7, Loman 6. FTs: 2-4.


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