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Cougars Stay Undefeated With Two Conference Wins

Issue Date: December 17, 2020

Peshtigo Rally Falls

Short in One Point

Loss to Northland Pines

Slow starts have been the story for the Peshtigo Bulldogs in 2020, and that was the case again Friday against Northland Pines, leading Peshtigo to an early deficit and eventually a 68-67 loss.

The two teams were neck and neck until there were 14 minutes on the first half clock. Northland Pines would take the next seven minutes to stretch its lead to 23-11, taking advantage of an offensive cold spell by the Bulldogs.

At half, Peshtigo trailed 30-28, with two three-pointers from Koby Cuyler with less than three minutes to play in the half helping the Bulldogs back into the game.

"Koby's a shooter. He has to get some confidence in himself to actually shoot the ball, but if he hits one or two, he can get on a roll. After he did hit that one, I think we called a timeout and got him another shot and he actually hit another one," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "Can't fault Koby's effort ever. He's always out there doing exactly what the coaches are saying and giving his all. We need more guys on our team to step up and play like Koby."

Peshtigo would step up early in the second half and take a lead at 31-30 on a Mason Doberstein three pointer. The teams would go back and forth for the next 10 minutes, with eight lead changes and two ties in that time period.

Northland Pines led 58-56 when they went on a little run with about six minutes left on the clock, taking a 67-58 lead with 2:06 to go in the game. Peshtigo gave one last push to cut the lead to 68-66 on an and-one layup and the foul from Christian Boyle with 35 seconds left on the clock, but he would miss the free throw. With 1.5 seconds left in the game, he was sent to the line down two, but he missed the first free throw. After making the second, Peshtigo fouled with .5 seconds to play and Northland Pines missed both free throws, but a last second heave wouldn't work out and Peshtigo would fall 68-67.

Despite losing by just a point, Boucher said he won't look at the game from that lens.

"We didn't cover anybody, we didn't keep anybody in front of us, we lost shooters, we didn't defend the pick and roll we went over how many times," he said. "When you don't do that and you lose a game by one point, you can always say if we would've stopped one guy one time, if we would've found a shooter one time, things could've been different, but we didn't lose that game in the second half, we lost that game in the first half. Again, we started the game out with a lack of energy, absolutely no energy to be honest. We've got to figure that out. We've got to come to play right from the start."

He credited his team's effort in the second half, but zeroed in on his team's defensive performance, saying the Bulldogs have some work to do in that area.

Northland Pines shot 13-for-30 (43%) from three in the game. Ryan Muench led all scorers for Northland Pines with 23 points on 8-of-17 shooting (3-for-6 from three).

"The second half, I can't fault the effort. The effort from my guys the last eight or nine minutes of the game to fight back like that and actually take the lead and then we lost a couple shooters there and we fought until the end," he said. "I'm proud of the guys for coming back but we've got to tighten up on defense. If we play defense like we did tonight, we won't win another game this season."

Peshtigo was led by Doberstein, who scored 17 on 4-for-12 shooting. Landon Lemke added 13 on a 4-for-10 night.



Marines Can't Recover

from Spartan Run,

Fall 89-70

Four minutes. That's how long the Marinette Marines were outplayed by the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans on Thursday, but that's all it took for Lux-Casco to open up a double-digit lead and run away with an 89-70 win.

With 3:59 to go in the first half, Marinette freshman guard Sam Sommerfeldt hit a 3-pointer to tie the game at 35, but Lux-Casco would follow up that shot with a 13-0 run to close the half at 48-35.

"That was the difference in the game," Marinette coach Matt Joost said, saying his team "made a few too many mistakes, and this is the kind of team that's going to make you pay for any defensive mistakes you make."

Prior to that, Marinette was red-hot. The Marines led by as many as five and had the lead for the majority of the first half.

The Spartans showed off their offensive abilities in the game, putting up an 89-point total not often seen in northeastern Wisconsin. In addition to being able scorers, the Spartans are tall and aggressive, as evidenced by their 43-23 rebounding advantage in the game.

That being said, the Marines put up a good fight.

They kept the game close, cutting the lead to single digits at multiple points in the second half, including digging the lead down to nine with 10:22 to go on a Jake Sommerfeldt triple.

After a timeout, the Spartans would go on a 6-0 run to stretch the lead once again, however, and they wouldn't allow the Marines back in it, extending the lead to 19 in the next four minutes.

Joost said the Spartans had played in a 1-3-1 zone for the entirety of their first two games, and the Marines forced them out of that comfort zone.

The Marines made nine 3-pointers in the first half. In fact, nine of their 13 made baskets in the first half were from downtown. Jake Sommerfeldt and Asaia Polazzo were the difference-makers on offense, as they put up point totals of 24 and 25 points, respectively. That offensive output will be a big plus when the Marines look back on Thursday's game. Joost said the biggest takeaway will be that the Marines need to shore a few things up defensively.

"Other than those four minutes at the end of the first half, we were there with them every other minute of the game, and that's something to be proud of," Joost said, adding that he expects the Spartans to remain at the top of the North Eastern Conference all season.

Marinette won the JV contest 57-51 lead by Cale Ducane and Dominic Smerchek with 18 a piece. The Marines took down the Spartans in the JV2 contest 41-28

Marinette Falls to Fox

Valley Lutheran in

NEC Matchup

Marinette was outplayed by Fox Valley Lutheran and red-hot Josiah Butler on Saturday, 79-55.

Butler, a 2019 second-team North Eastern Conference selection, staked his claim for a first team spot on Saturday. A 16.9-point-per-game scorer last year, he dumped in 32 points on 11-of-22 shooting, making six of his 13 3-pointers attempted in the game.

Despite that, his Foxes led just 31-30 at the half. The second half was where they pulled away with a 48-25 advantage in the half.

Marinette's Jake Sommerfeldt wasn't to be outdone in the game, as he scored 25 points of his own, making four of seven 3-pointers. He went 9-14 at the free throw line as well.

Asaia Polazzo added 11 points for Marinette. The Marinette JV team fell in overtime to the Foxes 52-44.



Wrightstown Offense

Too Much for Marinette

in Road Loss

The Marinette Marines' defense let them down Tuesday in a 101-68 loss to Wrightstown.

The Marines allowed 53 points in the first half and another 48 in the second half, falling behind by 18 by the break. They were never able to keep up with the offensive firepower Wrightstown put on display.

Wrightstown shot 57% from the field in the game, with three players in double figures, including players with totals of 22 and 28 points.

The Marines shot 42% from the field, with Asaia Polazzo's 10-for-17 shooting for 28 points leading the way. Jake Sommerfeldt had 17 points on 6-for-17 shooting (35%), scoring 17 points.

Another big issue for the Marines was on the boards, where the Tigers grabbed 41 rebounds to Marinette's 19, including 13 on the offensive boards. Marinette had two offensive rebounds in the game. Marinette dropped the JV contest 65-41.





Coleman Boys Jump

Into Season With Huge

Win Over Suring

The Coleman boys were not going to be denied their win last Friday evening when they took on the visiting Suring Eagles. The Eagles quickly found out that it wasn't going to be pretty as the Cougars fired off and fired often to get themselves to an 85-17 win.

The blowout began early as the Cougars sprinted their way to an insurmountable 43-6 lead.

The scoring continued along that path till the final buzzer which put the Cougars up by 68.

Leading the way in the nights scoring for either team was Noah Nosgovitz who piled up a game leading 23 points. Teammate Cayden Blntz was just as dangerous as he fired in 22 points. Tiel Sadowski joined the other two in double digits with his 11 points.

Suring was led by Taron Haak who got most of the points for the Eagles with 12.



Wausaukee Gets Early

Season Win Over STAA

The Wausaukee Ranger boys basketball team found a way to work out a win in the early goings of the season as they pushed back the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers 56-35 in Wausaukee.

Leading the way at half time were the Rangers, doing so by a considerable margin 32-15 before fighting step for step with the Eagles over the second half which ended with a 24-20 tally in favor of the Rangers.

Wausaukee's Dominick Brunette added up 12 points to lead the Rangers while Danny Suennen posted 11 points. Peyton Betts and Corey Boesen both posted eight points each while Brenden Versaskas got seven on the night.

STAA's Ethan Russell took top scoring honors for the Cavvies getting 14 points on the night. Alex Powers posted eight while Griffen Knox and Brennen Cry-Smith both posted four points each.



Lena Takes Hard

Fought Loss to Bowler

The Lena Wildcats were looking to get the season going with a win, but were unfortunately handed a loss in last Fridays contest with the visiting Bowler boys who they fell to 63-55.

Lena battled hard from start to finish as was shown in the stat sheets. Max Beyer had everything to do with the close tally for Lena in the first half as he fired in 14 opening half points. It wasn't enough to secure the lead though as the teams entered the locker with Bowler ahead 31-27.

Beyer continued to have a stellar game as he fired in another 14 points over the second half.

Lena improved their first half tally by one point over the second frame getting 28 while Bowler did the same getting 32 to their 31 first half points.

Beyer took top scoring honors for the Wildcats with 28 points while teammates Logan Shallow, Jacob Belongia and Mason Simonsson all posted six points each.

Bowler was led by the efforts of Logan Thiex who posted 22 points. Emmett Kietlinski added 12 to the tally.



Lena Takes

Win Over STAA

The Lena Wildcats got on the winning side of things last Monday night in Marinette when they took down the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavalier by way of a 55-43 scoring differential.

Though things tightened up a bit near the end of the game over the first half it looked like it was already over as the Wildcats fired in 34 points to the Cavvies 19.

The Cavilers returned fire over the second half with 24 points, out doing the Wildcats 22 points from the second half.

"We've worked on free throws a lot this last week," said Lena Head Coach Ed Huberty. "We were great from the free throw line tonight. Those points really helped tonight. Especially late in the game."

STAA was led by Ethan Russell with 17 points and Alex Powers with 11. Ethan Braley added on five points.

"We were showing our passes way too much tonight," said STAA Head coach Ric Powers. "The passing was just not what we needed. And the turnovers killed us. We just couldn't seem to get things on track. We even had some questionable calls which we had no room for tonight. Most of all we need to get pressure on these guys."

Lena's Max Beyer had an enormous tally on the night, getting top scoring honors with his 30 points. he made 10 of his 12 free throws as well. Logan Shallow followed up with seven points while Lane Whitting and Jacob Belongia

both posted five points each.

"I would have liked to see our guys score more points than they did in the second half," said Huberty. "But the STAA boys really are a scrappy team especially on defense. The guys always play tough and I'm proud of them tonight."





Niagara Gets

Victory Against Gillett

The Niagara Badgers took the win in Monday night's match up with the Gillett Tigers, defeating the visiting Tigers by way of a 60-43 final verdict.

Niagara posted just about all they needed for the win in the first half, outscoring the Tigers 31-18.

The second half was much closer though with the Tigers firing in 25 points to the Badgers' 29.

After the final buzzer Gillett's Brandon DeBauch had amassed 16 points to lead all scorers on the night. Tyler Frank added on 12 points while Ben Matczak got five points.

Niagara was led by Ty Colenzo with 13 points and Dawson Lincoln with 12 points. Ed Swanson posted nine.



Gillett Gets Taken

Down by Bowler

The Gillett Tigers were unable to overcome the hosting Bowler boys last Thursday when they posted the 76-51 win over the visiting Tigers.

Gillett just couldn't get the gears turning in the early goings as Bowler quickly outpaced them 45-18 at the half.

Gillett did have a much better second half though as they outscored the eventual winner 33-31.

Leading the way for Gillett was Brandon DeBauch with 17 points and Aydn Franti with 16 points. Kevin Waranaka finished with eight points.

Bowler was led by the evenings top performer Logan Thiex who posted a whopping 29 points. Beau Brunner added 10 while Wylee Dodge got nine points.



Florence Gets

Win Over Gillett

The Florence Bobcats were the winner in last Friday's contest with the Gillett Tigers who they set down 64-30 in Gillett.

Again the Tigers were having a hard time getting things started as they were outmatched over the first half 35-10 but again they returned fire scoring 20 points in the second half to the Bobcats' 29.

Florence's Evan Johnson added up 23 points to lead all scorers while Dominic DeMuri got 17. Patrick Milan finished with 10 points.

Gillett was led by Aydn Franti and Evan Peterson with seven points each and Bradin Bjelland and Ben Matczak with six points each.



Crivitz

Shutdown Suring

The Crivitz Wolverines outmatched their opponents Tuesday night when they traveled to Suring for a contest with the Eagles. After the final buzzer the Wolverines were victorious 67-17.

The big win started very early on as the Wolverines went on a first half run that put them ahead 32-7 at the intermission.



Coleman Sets

Down Wausaukee

The Coleman Cougars were too much to handle for the Wausaukee Rangers Tuesday night as they fell to the visiting Cougars by way of a 77-26 final verdict.

It was all Coleman all the way as Coleman held contra early, entering the locker room with a sizable lead 49-16.

Over the second half the Cougars outscored the Rangers 28-10.

Leading the way for the Rangers was Danny Suennen with 11 points and Peyton Betts with five points.

Coleman's Tieg Sadowski added up a game high 20 points while Simon Meadke got 17 points. Cayden Bintz posted 14 points.



Blue Devils Crush

the Cardinals at

Home Friday

The Oconto Blue Devils dominated the Crandon Cardinals on Friday by a 70-29 score.

Oconto had a 45-18 lead at the half and it wouldn't get any closer in the second half, with Crandon scoring just 11 points in the half.

Kaleb Samz scored 15 of Crandon's 29 points, with the rest of the team scoring 14 points and no other Cardinal topping four points.

For Oconto, Josh Woller scored 15, Luke Krueger scored 12, Kadin Baxter had 11 and Josh Delzer had eight. It was a well-balanced scoring night, with Caleb Moe and Ashton Prezybelski scoring seven apiece, Will Sherman scoring six and Christian Koch adding four.

Oconto shot 14 for 20 from the free throw line in the game.



Bulldogs Fall Behind

Early; Can't Recover

at Southern Door

"Sluggish" was how Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher described his team's performance against Southern Door on Thursday.

That word was certainly accurate to describe the Bulldogs' performance in the first five minutes of the game, as Southern Door got out to a 17-0 lead before Peshtigo even got on the board.

"It wasn't a good start to the game," Boucher said. "I told them before the game if we have a start like we did against Marinette it was going to be an uphill battle and that's what happened. They punched us in the face right away."

The Bulldogs would be better over the remainder of the game, but when you start off by giving the other team a 17-point cushion, it's not an easy road back.

"Putting ourselves in a hole that deep in the first four or five minutes of the game is hard to swallow," Boucher said.

Southern Door led 33-21 at the half and won the game 71-52. The Bulldogs didn't have a very good shooting night, shooting 20-70 (28% from the field) and 6-26 (23%) from three.

Adam Bauman scored 11 on 4-of-9 shooting (3-for-6 from three) to lead the Bulldogs. Landon Lemke was 3-for-11 overall for seven points.

Boucher said Kavin Kleikamp and Luke McMahon impressed with their effort, but there weren't a whole lot of other positives to take from the big loss.

On to the next one for Peshtigo.



Southern Door Nips

Oconto With Second

Half Comeback

It was a low-scoring affair between Oconto and Southern Door on Tuesday, Dec. 8, with Southern Door using a second half surge to get the 43-41 win.

Southern Door trailed 25-16 at the halftime break, but Oconto struggled to score in the second half, being outscored 27-16 in the half.

For Oconto, Caleb Moe was the only player in double figures, scoring 11 points. Kadin Baxter and Christian Koch had eight apiece and Josh Woller got seven.

For Southern Door, Nate Everard and Alex Daoust had 12 each.



Bulldogs Lose

in Overtime to

Gibraltar 69-68

Peshtigo lost its second consecutive game by a one-point margin with a 69-68 loss to Gibraltar in overtime on Monday.

Peshtigo led 42-41 at the break, but the two teams went cold in the second half, scoring just 26 and 28 points, but that two-point advantage was enough for Gibraltar to squeak by Peshtigo.

The Bulldogs out-rebounded Gibraltar 53-40 in the game, which saw a lot of missed shots and not many turnovers. The Bulldogs went 26-for-84 from the field (30%) and Gibraltar shot 27-for-79 (34%). The two teams combined to turn the ball over just 13 times in the game.

Landon Lemke led Peshtigo with a 26-point performance, shooting 10-for-23 from the field (4-for-8 from 3). He also grabbed five rebounds, added two steals and blocked two shots.

Adam Bauman scored 14 with nine rebounds. Mason Doberstein scored 10 points.








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