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Wausaukee Earns Big Road Win Over Gillett

Issue Date: January 20, 2021

Wausaukee Secures Win Over Gillett

The Wausaukee Ranger Boys got themselves a big win last week when they traveled to Gillett to take on the Tigers who they took down 57-41.

The Win was all about hanging onto the lead and the Rangers kept an iron grip from start to finish. Throughout the first frame Wausaukee kept the Tigers at bay, Entering the locker room ahead 27-20.

"We've been progressively getting better," said Gillett Head Coach Russ Young. "We had a good game last week and now we are in the midst of three games a week. We just couldn't shoot tonight. We played well enough to win but the turnovers just killed us."

Thanks to another 27 points over the second half the Rangers were able to hold off the Tigers who posted 21 points over the closing minutes.

"If felt all game long as if they were within striking distance of us," said Wausaukee head coach Jon Betts. "All it would have taken was for the Gillett boys to hit a couple threes, thankfully they didn't. We just didn't take advantage of all the opportunities we had."

Leading the way for the Rangers was Brenden Versaskas with 15 points and Dominic Brunette with 13 points. Corey Boesen finished the night with 11.

"That was a very frustrating 16 point victory," said a joking Coach Betts. "It wasn't the prettiest win but we did play some tough defense. We put a lot of pressure on Gillett and caused plenty of turnovers. But we had too many mistakes and a lot of those turnovers were empty."

Gillett was led by Brandon DeBauch with 12 points. Austin VandeCorput and Devin Waranka both added nine points each.

"We have a lot of young kids on the team," said Young. "Its such a difference from middle school to varsity level and skipped the JV process. They are making a few mistakes but are getting were they should be."



Coleman Takes Down Goodman-Pembine by 40

The Coleman Cougars posted a massive 86-46 victory Monday night against the visiting Goodman-Pembine Patriots.

It was a bit of a mismatch from the get go as the Cougars quickly sprinted way ahead of the Patriots 54-13 at the half.

The second half's scoring was much more even with Coleman obtaining 32 points to the Patriots' 33 points.

Two Cougar starters were on fire in the scoring column, combining for 44 of the 86 points. the two were Noah Nosgovitz and Tieg Sadowski. Nosgovitz held the top scoring spot with 23 points while Sadowski added on 21 points. Hayden Bintz also was more than a handful for the Patriot defense with his 19 points. Simon Maedke finished with 13.

The Patriots were led by Boone Larison with 14 points while Jacob Kessel got nine points.



Niagara Can't Keep Up With Florence

The Niagara Badgers were handed a tough loss last week when they hosted the Florence Bobcat boys who went home the victors 79-39.

The blowout saw the Bobcats get more than enough to bag the win over the first half. During those opening minutes Florence shot the lights out for a 44-18 lead.

Niagara struggled to get enough to make it close, scoring 21 points the second half while the Bobcats continued the onslaught for a 35-21 second half readout.

Florence's Patrick Millian posted the game hight 23 points that helped lead his team to victory. Dominic DeMuir got 16 points while Evan Johnson added up 15.

Niagara was led by Ty Colenso with 14 points and Dawson Lincoln with seven.



Coleman Gets Win Over Lena

The Coleman Cougars continue to dominate the M&O conference with yet another win over the Lena Wildcats, defeating the Lena boys by way of a 66-23 final verdict.

The Cougars could not be stopped, just ask the Wildcat boys. They just couldn't find a way to slow the quick hitting Cougars who found a way to get the lead put away over the first half 46-16.

The closing frame saw the Cougars outscore the Wildcats 20-7.

Max Beyer led the way for the Wildcats with 19 points while Logan Shallow and Sidney Sylvester both got two points each for the other four points.

Coleman was led by Noah Nosgovitz with 20 points and Cayden Bintz with 12 points. Logan Zietler added on eight to the tally.



Crivitz Bags Win Over Gillett

The Crivitz Wolverines took a resounding win over the Gillett Tigers last week Thursday, 69-22 in Crivitz.

The win saw the Wolverines get ahead 42-14 over the first half. Gillett made another eight points in the second half while the Wolverines slowed the pace for 27 closing frame points.

Crivitz was led by Eian Baumann with 22 points and Sean Christiansen with 11 points. Tegan Werner chipped in nine.



STAA Secures Win Over Niagara

The St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers were the winners in Thursday night's showdown in Marinette, taking the victory 65-44.

"We had a few good days of practice," said STAA head coach Ric Powers. "We laid it out to the boys in practice, either we start playing hard or we won't win a game. But today they came out with fire and they played defense the way we wanted them to play defense. They hustled and were very aggressive."

The Cavvies were hungry for the win and it showed. After a close first half that saw STAA get ahead 25-20 the Cavvies returned to the court over the second half for a 40-24 rout of the Badgers.

That rout had everything to do with the shooting of Ethan Russell and Griffen Knox who both posted 19 points each on their way to the win. Ethan Braley added up nine points.

"We need to creat easy baskets like we did tonight," said Powers. "If we get four baskets a half from our defense we could win some of these games we lost.This was a huge step in the right direction especially after the 20 point loss last week."

Dawson Lincoln added up 12 points. Ed Swanson 11 points and Nicholas Krueger finished with eight.



Niagara Takes Down Suring

The Niagara Badgers were the winner in an M&O conference match up with Suring Eagles that took place Tuesday night in Niagara. After the final buzzer The Badgers had bagged the win 51-38.

The win saw the Badgers get ahead in the early going, holding a 22-16 lead over the first half.

Suring's Ethan Lally shot for a triple helping of threes in the second half, but a 29 point effort from the Badgers proved to be too minutes they Eagles fell behind.

Logan Weber lead the way for all scorers getting 21 points for the Badgers. Ty Colenso posted 12 points while Ed Swanson chipped in eight.

Suring's Yancy posted 13 points while Lally finished with nine.



Lena Falls Behind Against Crivitiz

The Lena Wildcats hosted the Crivitiz Wolverines Tuesday night and quickly began to fall behind the high scoring Wolverines. By games end the Crivitz boys had secured the 72-38 victory.

Crivitz had their way from start to finish as the Lena boys struggled to get into pace with the Crivitz shooters.

After the first frame of play the Wolverines were ahead by a considerable chunk 40-22.

Things only got worse over the second for the Wildcats who were unable to match their first half scoring, ending the second frame with 16 points. Crivitz also did not amass as much as they did in the first half but still produced a sizable 32 points.

Lena was led by Max Beyer with 11 points. Bryce Kittredge added up nine while Logan Shallow got six.

Tegan Werner added up 16 points along the way for the Wolverines. Alec Grandaw added up 14.



Blazers Burn Bulldogs Late, Earn 48-44 Win

Sometimes it seemed like the Peshtigo Bulldogs couldn't buy a bucket on Tuesday in a 48-44 loss to NEW Lutheran.

Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said his team went into the half "excited" to be down just two, 19-17 following a 7-for-41 shooting performance in the first half, but the Bulldogs should have had a lead following a lot of missed opportunities close to the basket.

"But when you think about it, we should have been up 10-15 points easy at halftime," Boucher said. "Bunnies weren't going tonight, and it's something you've got to deal with. You've got to fight through it, but more of the same in the second half. It's another close one that we came out on the short end of the stick."

Peshtigo would finish the game a disappointing 18-for-71 from the field, 4-for-17 from the three-point line and 4-for-13 from the free throw line.

NEW shot just 1-for-18 from downtown, but made 15 of 23 free throw attempts.

"You hold a team to 48 points, usually you come out on top," Boucher said.

It's "gut check time" for Peshtigo now, with tough games against Oconto and Algoma coming up later this week.

Boucher remains hopeful that his players, which he said always play hard but "don't always play the smartest at times," will turn things around.

Landon Lemke was the only Bulldog to finish in double figures, scoring 14 points on 6-of-17 shooting. He also added six rebounds and four assists.

Collin Engman grabbed 16 rebounds, including five on the offensive glass. He scored five points on 2-for-10 shooting.

Adam Bauman had seven points on a 3-for-15 night.

For NEW, Marshal Bukowski had 20 points on 8-for-19 shooting, also grabbing 12 rebounds with four steals. Three Blazers had three steals or more.



Bulldog Win Streak Comes to an End With Overtime Loss

to Kewaunee


The Peshtigo Bulldogs had drummed up a five-game winning streak off several close wins, but that came to a stop with a 78-73 overtime loss to Kewaunee on Friday.

The Bulldogs and Kewaunee were neck and neck for much of the game, despite Peshtigo shooting 13% better from the field than Kewaunee.

Peshtigo shot 47% from the field to Kewaunee's 34%, but Kewaunee took 13 more shots. What also helped Kewaunee was a 12-for-29 (41%) line from three-point land.

Peshtigo out-rebounded Kewaunee 45-27 in the game, but Kewaunee scored 12 second chance points to Peshtigo's four with eight points off turnovers to Peshtigo's two.

The teams were tied at 70 after two halves, but Peshtigo managed just three points in overtime to fall 78-73.

For Peshtigo, Landon Lemke scored 26 pints on 11-for-17 shooting and Mason Doberstein went 7-for-12 for 19 points.

Mauz Salem shot 2-for-7 but made four of five free throws for eight points.

For Kewaunee, Alexander Rohr had 26 points on 7-for-21 shooting and Sawyer Pribek was 7-for-13, scoring 21 points. Cameron Cullen was 5-for-9 for 14 points and Benjamin Heim chipped in 10 on a 4-for-16 day.



Poor Shooting Sinks Marines at Freedom

It was a night to forget for the Marinette Marines against Freedom on Tuesday.

Marinette shot 12-for-43 from the field (27%) and scored just 35 points in a 75-35 loss.

Asaia Polazzo scored 22 points on 9-for-15 shooting, making three of his six 3-pointers. If you remove Polazzo's shooting totals, the rest of the Marines squad scored just 13 points on a 3-for-38 total (2-for-15 from 3-point range, 1-for-13 from inside the arc).

Jake Sommerfeldt had seven points on a 2-for-9 shooting line and three other Marines scored two points apiece.

Polazzo also secured eight of the 21 rebounds for Marinette in the game.

Freedom out-rebounded Marinette by a 36-21 tally in the game.

Freedom shot 45% from the field, with a balanced scoring attack that saw 10 players enter the scorebook, eight of which had six or more points.

The lead was 32-19 at the half before Freedom broke things open with a 43-16 second half.

That allowed Freedom to spread the minutes around, with no player on the team seeing 25 or more minutes on the floor.



Bulldog Rally Falls Short in Loss to Sturgeon Bay

The Peshtigo Bulldogs are 6-6, but it hasn't been an uneventful .500 season, that's for sure.

A day after an overtime loss to Kewaunee, Peshtigo took on Sturgeon Bay, attempting a feverish comeback to claw back from being down as much as 14 in the second half.

Inside of two minutes, Peshtigo cut the lead to three, but it couldn't get the score any closer than that, falling 63-58 when all was said and done.

Against Kewaunee, Peshtigo shot 13 percentage points better from the field than Kewaunee but lost by five. Against Sturgeon Bay, Peshtigo struggled from the field, missing some layups and ending up shooting 21-for-50 (42%) from the field.

Peshtigo's night from the field was frustrating, considering the Bulldogs shot a decent 6-for-16 (37%) from deep but struggled in the paint.

"When you miss point-blank layup after point-blank layup, it's going to hurt, especially when that's the objective of our team these days is stop settling for three pointers and get to the rim," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "And then when you do get it in there, it's pretty frustrating, you can see it on my guys' faces too."

The Bulldogs haven't been involved in many blowouts during the 2021 season, and this week was no different.

"Another close one against tonight. We seem to enjoy playing close games for some reason" Tonight, I'm not sure if our guys were tired from playing an overtime game last night or what, but from the get-go, we didn't have the energy, we didn't have the intensity we need," Boucher said. "I'm proud of the guys. In the end, they fought their tails off to get back into the game but not enough time."

Boucher's hoping to see that turn around soon.

"We've played 12 games, we're 6-6. We've yet to play a full 36 minutes, we're yet to play Peshtigo basketball for 36 minutes. When we do play the right way, we're a pretty good team. Just waiting for us to put a full game together," Boucher said. "It's frustrating losing all these close ones. Hopefully one of these games, we'll put it all together and things will start clicking. We've got a month left of the season and hopefully this last month we can figure it out and make a run."

Landon Lemke, who has been coming into his own as a scorer recently, led the team again with 19 points on 8-of-17 shooting. He tied for the team lead with six rebounds as well.

Adam Bauman had an efficient 15 point son a 6-for-9 shooting night. Koby Cuyler scored eight points for Peshtigo.

Sturgeon Bay had three players in double figures, including Carson Dvorak, who scored 19.



Slow Start Leads to a Loss for Marinette in Matchup with FVL

Marinette couldn't get the offensive wheels turning against Fox Valley Lutheran on Friday, with the Marines falling 58-40.

Marinette scored just 11 points in the first half, falling behind 32-11 at the break. The Marines would outscore their opponents by a 29-26 margin in the second half, but the damage was done in the first half.

Jake Sommerfeldt led Marinette with 12 points on 4-of-13 shooting (3-of-9 from 3-point range). Asaia Polazzo scored eight points on 3-of-7 shooting and Sam Sommerfeldt had six points on 2-of-8 shooting.

As a team, Marinette shot 30% from the field. The Marines made eight of their 25 3-point attempts.

The Marines didn't actually shoot much worse than their opponents, as FVL made just 31% of its shots, but those numbers came with more volume, as FVL made 19 of its 60 shots, 14 more total shots than Marinette.

Marinette also made just six of 15 free throw attempts (40%). FVL made 11-of-16 (68%).




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