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Coleman Beats Crivitz, Stays Undefeated in M&O

Issue Date: February 10, 2021

Coleman's Defense Clamps Down on Crivitz, Cougars Pull Away in Second Half

With some teams in the M&O Conference having played as little as five games and some having played 13 or 14, the conference looks to be headed toward the end of the season with no official conference champion.

Unofficially, the Coleman Cougars are the undefeated champions of the conference, and they proved it yet again on Tuesday with a 62-42 win over the Crivitz Wolverines, who currently sit second in the conference.

While Coleman is 12-0 in conference play, Oneida Nation is also undefeated in conference play, though they've played only five games. That makes awarding a conference champion tricky.

Coleman coach Tim Forner says his team has earned the distinction of being conference champions, in his mind.

"I will personally recognize them as conference champions, because they are. They earned it and they deserve it," Forner said, adding that he hasn't received official word from the conference.

On Tuesday, Coleman allowed Crivitz to hang around in the first half, though the Cougars never trailed after the game was 4-3 in the early going.

Cayden Bintz scored Coleman's first five points to take a 5-4 lead, and within seven and a half minutes, the lead was 19-10. By half, it had stretched to 28-20, and a 10-0 run to start the second half made the lead 38-20, as fouls hurt Crivitz.

Eian Baumann picked up his fourth foul just minutes into the second half, and the Wolverines' two top scorers had to sit with foul trouble early in the second half, also forcing some defensive adjustments and size disadvantages.

"I will say at one point there I had three sophomores, a freshman and a 5-foot-2 junior out there, and actually, they filled in some minutes pretty good, but it snowballed," Crivitz coach Jeff Bauman said. "We had to switch defenses because of some size issues and foul trouble. I thought we had a pretty decent plan man-to-man-wise, but once we started switching it went downhill quickly."

With seven minutes to go, the lead had grown to 50-27, and Crivitz never cut it any closer until the last six points of the game, which cut the lead to 20 to end the game.

With a 30-11 run taking up most of the second half, it was the Coleman defense that led the way.

"Our team is built defensively. It's what we work on, it's how we start every practice, it's the way we are. It's our program, it's what we instill," Forner said. "And I challenged them. There were too many things getting done easily by Crivitz in the first half that I was not very happy about and we talked about that at halftime. The kids made the adjustment. There weren't really a lot of adjustments on the coaching staff's part, it was the kids making the adjustment to actually play the way we play and once we do that, we are tough to score on."

Coleman's tight defense also allowed the Cougars to get out and run offensively, and they made their fast breaks count with good inside finishing.

"Part of what we do is because of the defensive thing and making people work so hard and then they try to make that special pass and we get that deflection, these kids love to run," Forner said. "They know how to fill and get up the sides and fill the middle. When we get those opportunities in there, and every game we have them, they love to run and they are really good at finishing."

Simon Maedke had a breakout game for Coleman, scoring 19 points, with Forner crediting his jump hook in the paint as a big reason for his offensive success in the game, saying he "really let it fly tonight."

Logan Zeitler had 13, Bintz scored 11 and Noah Nosgovitz chipped in nine.

For Crivitz, Eian Baumann was the only scorer to finish in double figures, with 12. Tegan Werner had nine and Alec Grandaw scored eight.



Eagles Late Surge Collars Scrappy Bulldogs

For 33 minutes on Saturday, the Peshtigo Bulldogs outplayed the Packerland Conference-leading Southern Door Eagles. Unfortunately for Peshtigo, basketball is played over the course of 36 minutes, and the final three minutes got away from the Bulldogs.

Peshtigo led by a point with just over three minutes to go in the game after a back-and-forth battle. Every time it looked like Southern Door could go on a run, Peshtigo answered, up until the last run of the game that took Southern Door to a 67-57 road win.

Peshtigo didn't get the win, but there were lots of positives to take from the game against a tough Packerland Conference opponent.

First on the list was the team's effort.

"Tonight, I was really proud of my guys. Their effort was there tonight. The last home game, it wasn't there, we came out with no energy. Tonight was a different story," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "The conference leaders came to our place and we were up for the challenge. The first 33, 32 minutes, it was back and forth, back and forth then we made a couple of mistakes up one and it ballooned from there. I'm proud of the kids for their effort tonight."

Peshtigo shot 42% from the field and made 10 of 25 attempts from three-point land. Southern Door had a similar stat line, shooting 45% from the field and 9-for-21 from deep.

That effort translated into good defense on Alex Daoust, a candidate for Packerland player of the year.

Daoust scored 17 points, but on a 4-for-12 shooting line. He missed every shot he took inside the three-point arc, but went 4-for-7 beyond it and made five of six free throws.

Landon Lemke was the Bulldog assigned to guard Daoust a majority of the time. When Peshtigo double-teamed him, that's when Daoust made them pay, tallying nine assists to go along with his 17 points and eight rebounds.

"Daoust probably is the player of the year in the conference and I thought Landon Lemke did a very good job on him. He did score, but he made him work for everything he had. He didn't get many wide-open shots, if any at all, tonight," Boucher said. "He worked for everything he got and he's a heck of a player. When we did double him, he passed, he made the right decisions and he got his teammates open for wide-open shots and layups, so I was proud of the defensive effort for us tonight."

One beneficiary of the open space created by Daoust was Devin Schinktgen, who scored 21 points on a 9-of-10 shooting night. He made all three of his shots from downtown. Four Eagles scored in double figures.

Adam Bauman was the only Bulldog scorer to eclipse the 10-point mark, as he finished with 21 on 8-of-13 shooting. Mauz Salem (3-for-7 from the field) and Christian Boyle (3-for-5) had eight points each.

Lemke, often Peshtigo's top scorer, had an uncharacteristic night on the offensive end, perhaps affected by his tough defensive assignment, as he finished with two points.



Panthers Nip Marines in Tight NEC Contest 55-52

Basketball is a game of runs. Monday's game between the Marinette Marines and Oconto Falls Panthers was a game of three runs. Ultimately, the Panthers' run was good enough to hold off a pair of Marine runs.

The two teams played back-and-forth basketball for much of the first half. With the game tied at 18, the first run of the game occurred, with Marinette going on a 12-4 run on baskets by four different Marines to lead 30-22. Ultimately, the Marines' momentum would be cut off by the halftime buzzer and they led 30-27 at the break.

The second half was largely dominated by Oconto Falls. After trailing by three at the break, the Panthers scored the first nine points of the second half to lead 36-30. Several minutes later, the lead had grown to 44-31 on a 17-1 run, with Isaac Raddatz leading the way.

Marinette wasn't dead yet, however. After a timeout by the Panthers with 9:19 on the clock, Marinette made two threes in a row, one by Jake Sommerfeldt and one by Sam Sommerfeldt to cut the lead to 45-39. Two baskets by Asaia Polazzo would cut the lead to within three, 50-47.

With 1:19 left, the Panthers' Braden Uelmen made a free throw that grew the lead to 53-49. That point kept Oconto Falls in the lead after Sam Sommerfeldt hit a big 3-point shot for Marinette.

With 21 seconds left, Marinette called a timeout trailing 54-52, with a chance to tie or take the lead. The Marines had a costly turnover and would need to foul again.

They got one more chance down 55-52 after another free-throw split, but couldn't convert a 3-pointer and Oconto Falls got the three-point win.

It was a game of missed opportunities for Marinette, with those final two sticking out. Marinette coach Matt Joost said the Marines could have avoided that situation altogether if they had played better from the jump.

"We had a couple opportunities at the end, but that's what happens in a close game like that," he said. "It's just a matter of if your shots are going to fall at that point and we need to do a better job of making sure we have a lead at that point rather than being down."

Joost said Oconto Falls had more energy than the Marines, playing hard for 36 minutes while the Marines did not.

Despite that, Joost said his team did a good job getting back into the game after the Panthers' big run.

"They started to cruise and that gave them a lot of confidence toward the end. We did a really good job getting back into the game," Joost said. "It definitely could have gotten away from us a lot more than it did, but if we come out in that second half playing the way we did most of the first half, we don't put ourselves in that situation. We can't put ourselves in a situation we're down 13. I think a lot of that is just we need a little bit more focus and a little bit more energy."

Polazzo's 19 points on 9-of-17 shooting led the Marines, while his 10 rebounds were also a team-high.

Jake Sommerfeldt went 4-for-15 to finish with 12 points and Sam Sommerfeldt had nine points (3-for-8).

Oconto Falls' Noah Hirst and Raddatz each had 17 points. Hirst was 8-for-14 from the field, while Raddatz was 7-for-18.

Uelman's 15 points were a standout on the state sheet as well. Oconto Falls out-rebounded Marinette by a 44-37 margin.



Coleman Takes Down Lena

The Coleman Cougar boys pounced on the Lena Wildcats in Lena Saturday afternoon when they blasted the Wildcats for an 82-40 victory.

It wasn't much of a match for the Cougars who found themselves way ahead at a the half 41-18. This had everything to do with the four three pointer effort from Cayden Bintz.

Coleman kept consistent as they scored another 41 points over the second half while the Wildcats picked up the pace just a bit with a 22 point second half readout.

By games end two Cougars were sharing the their teams top scoring spot. They were Bintz and Noah Nosgovitz who both produced 22 point readouts on the night. Simon Meadke posted 14 while Logan Zeitler added on 10 to the tally.

Lena was led by the nights top performer Max Beyer with 26 points. Mason Simonson got six points while Jacob Belongia finished with four.



Crivitz Takes Rivalry Win Over Wausaukee

The Crivitz Wolverines weren't going to give an inch to the Rangers of Wausaukee last week when they faced off on the home court of the Rangers. After the dust settled the Wolverines were on top 69-30.

It was the Wolverines' game throughout as they built a 31-16 lead over the opening minutes. That lead was never touched by the Rangers as the Crivitz boys put the game on ice with 38 second half points while stopping the Rangers at 14 closing frame tallies.

Leading the way for the Rangers was Brenden Versaskas with 11 points and Dominick Brunette with 7 points. Layne Rowley added four.

Crivitz was led by Sean Christiansen with a game leading 18 points. Eian Baumann chipped in 16 points while Tegan Werner got 14 on the night. Seth Sellen posted 10 points.



Crivitz Shellacks Gillett

The Crivitz Wolverines absolutely took it to the home court Gillett Tigers Saturday evening. Blasting the Tigers behind a 71-19 final readout.

After the first half buzzer the game was pretty much a wrap with the Wolverines on top 41-14.

Gillett only added five more points over the second frame while the Wolverines drove the nail home with another 30 points.

Gillett was led by Ben Matczak with eight points and Aydn Franti with six points.

Eian Baumann led the Wolverines and all scorers with his 17 points. Sean Christiansen followed up with 15 points while Alec Grabdau posted nine.



Crivitz Gets Blow Out Win Over Suring

The Crivitz Wolverines boys have been on fire in the scoring column this past week. After blasting Gillett the Wolverines took on the Suring Eagles Monday night and sent the Eagles flying with a 78-18 final tally.

The win was a no contest performance as the Wolverines shot their way to a 42-12 first half lead.

It only got worse for the Eagles who posted just six to close the second frame. The Wolverines finished strong with 36 points.

Leading the way for the Wolverines was Eian Baumann with 26 points and Dilan Gehm with 12 points. Ashton Mertins posted seven points.

For the Eagles Ashton Edwards and Leo Taylor both added on five points each. Quinn Thomson got three.



Vikings Offensive Barrage Sinks Marines

Marinette allowed 91 points and a 67% shooting percentage in a big loss to Denmark on Tuesday night.

The Denmark Vikings defeated Marinette by a 91-45 score, outscoring the Marines 47-24 in the first half and 44-21 in the second.

Four Vikings scored in double figures and 11 players scored at least two points, as Denmark poured in the points.

The Vikings shot 26-for-36 (72%) from two-point range and 10-for-17 (58%) from three.

Marinette shot 34% from the field, making 17 of 49 attempts, along with six of 28 threes.

Asaia Polazzo scored 16 points to lead Marinette and Cale Ducane had 11.



Peshtigo's Offensive Struggles Lead to Loss at Sturgeon Bay

You can chalk Monday's 41-38 loss to Sturgeon Bay up to the Peshtigo Bulldogs' second-half struggles on the offensive end.

When the dust had settled, Peshtigo shot just 13-for-46 (28%) from the field, 3-for-14 (21%) from three and 9-for-19 (47%) from the free-throw line.

The Bulldogs actually led 22-13 at the half, but couldn't buy a basket for much of the second half, scoring just 16 points while allowing 28.

Peshtigo's Adam Bauman led all scorers with 14 points on 5-for-12 shooting, also chipping in three steals and four rebounds.

Collin Engman had 11 points on a 5-for-16 night, adding nine rebounds. Engman was 1-for-6 from the free-throw line.

No other Bulldog had more than five points or shot better than 25% from the field. Beyond Bauman and Engman, the rest of the team shot a combined 3-for-18 for 13 points and went 1-for-9 from beyond the arc.

For Sturgeon Bay, Jack Schmelzer went 5-for-6 from the field to finish with 12 points. Spencer Hubbard (4-for-11) had 11 points.


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