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Coleman Tops Crivitz for Third Time to Take Regional Title

Issue Date: February 24, 2021

The Coleman Cougars have had the Crivitz Wolverines' number in the 2020-21 season.

The Cougars beat the Wolverines three times this season, most recently in the regional championship on Saturday, with the top-seeded Cougars getting a 62-49 win.

Coleman took a 23-11 lead early on. By halftime, the lead had grown to 38-21.

In the second half, with the Wolverines' two top seniors on the bench in Eian Baumann and Alec Grandaw, they made a run.

The Wolverines scored the first points of the half. Within seven minutes, the lead was cut to 43-36 on a free throw from Tegan Werner.

"We were intimidated. All three games, we've come out poorly and we did the same today. The halftime message was, "we're going to get beat by 50 if we don't come out and play,' and they did to their credit," Crivitz coach Jeff Baumann said, adding that he was impressed with his young lineup that made a run back into the game. "They started doing things fundamentally, screening, and they did a nice job, the whole team. I was very impressed when we got it down to seven with that young group."

The Wolverines would hang around, keeping the lead under 10 for most of the second half, but every time Crivitz cut the lead to seven points, eight points or nine points, Coleman counter-punched to hold its lead. Eventually, time ran out for Crivitz to make its move. Late in the game, the Wolverines cut the lead to 54-47 on a Grandaw basket, but the Cougars sealed the game with four points from Cayden Bintz getting the 8-2 run started that would finish the game.

"Everybody knows and everybody in the M&O Conference that plays Crivitz understands how tough they are, how well-coached they are and how many great athletes they have," Coleman coach Tim Forner said. "Give coach Baumann and that staff three cracks at you, you better be prepared and you better be mentally tough, because they're going to come to play every single night."

Four Cougars scored in double figures. Bintz had 17 points, Simon Meadke had 13, and both Tieg Sadowski and Noah Nosgovitz each chipped in 11.

For Crivitz, Eian Baumann scored 16 points in his final game for the Wolverines. Werner scored nine, Grandaw had eight and Sean Christiansen added seven.

Baumann, Aaron Sellen and Grandaw will all graduate this spring.

"I've been around long enough to know a lot of it is youth, but we can't use that excuse next year, because you're older and there's plenty of basketball underneath them," coach Baumann said. "Next year, we shouldn't be doing this, so we'll see what happens."

Coleman is on the other side of that. The Cougars have five seniors and five juniors on the team. Those seniors will be looking to extend their high school careers when they face top-seeded Sheboygan Lutheran on Thursday, Feb. 25.

"We have a great group of seniors, a great group of players that we have here this year. They play together well, they play as a team, they do it the right way, so it's a testament to them, the hard work they put in," Forner said.





Crivitz (49) - Christiansen 7, Baumann 16, Werner 9, Grandaw 8. FTs: 9-14

Coleman (62) - Zablocki 2, Bintz 17, Nosgovitz 11, Zeitler 2, Olsen 6, Sadowski 11, Maedki 13. FTs: 7-19

Halftime score: Crivitz 21, Coleman 38



Bulldogs Battle But Fade Late in Loss to Tigers

The Peshtigo Bulldogs made it a contest against the top-seeded Wrightstown Tigers on Friday, but ultimately ran out of juice, falling 73-53.

The Tigers looked like they might assert their dominance in the first half. After a back-and-forth battle to begin the game, Wrightstown went on a 11-2 run to take a 20-13 lead, but Peshtigo wouldn't be neutralized that early.

Adam Bauman scored an and-one bucket to cut the lead to four. After three points by the Tigers, Mason Doberstein made a triple to cut it to four once again. He made another 3-pointer to cut the lead to three at 25-22.

Wrightstown scored the final basket of the first half at the buzzer to go into the break up three, 34-31.

In the second half. Wrightstown showed why it was the top seed in the bracket. Up 51-45, the Tigers scored seven straight to take a 13-point lead. The game would remain a double-digit affair for the remainder of the second half, reaching as much as 23 and ultimately ending with a 20-point Tiger win.

While the Bulldogs didn't come away with the win they would've been hoping for, there were moral victories to take for a Peshtigo team that battled through close games all year.

"It showed my guys that we can compete with teams like Wrightstown. We're right there. We were right there in that second half, they just wore us down," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "I was proud of my guys, not just tonight, all year. The kids I had this year, they fought their tails off all year. They always play hard and I can't fault their effort. Wrightstown's a good basketball team. In the first half, we were right there."

The Bulldogs, the regional bracket's No. 4 seed, saw why Wrightstown is the top seed in its sectional bracket. They also saw what they need to improve on going forward.

"When we run our offense, we're a good basketball team. We get stagnant and then we panic a little bit and we try to do stuff 1-on-1, it gets hectic," Boucher said. "That's what happens with a young team. I can say that until I'm blue in the face. We had 24 games this year and that was our main problem."

Peshtigo actually shot a higher percentage from the field than Wrightstown (43% to 42%), but the Bulldogs took 15 fewer shots from the field and attempted seven fewer free throws.

Bauman and 6-foot-2 forward Luke McMahon were the team's only seniors.

Bauman was the team's most consistent scorer on the year, finishing with 20 points on 8-of-16 shooting in his final game for the Bulldogs.

"He had a four or five-game stretch where he put our basketball team on his back and I'm going to miss Adam, this program's going to miss a player like Adam Bauman," Boucher said of his senior. "Luke doesn't get as much credit as he should. He doesn't score as much as Adam, but defensively he was always in the right spots, he never complained once all year. Those two guys, we're going to miss those two guys next year for sure."

There's still a lot to be excited about for the returning Bulldogs, like sophomore Doberstein, who hit three triples in the first half to finish with nine points, or junior Landon Lemke, who scored 11.

"The future is bright for Peshtigo basketball right now," Boucher said. "We're young, we've got a lot of guys coming back and I'm excited to be the coach here in Peshtigo."

Also returning next year are juniors Christian Boyle, Mauz Salem, Jacob Berth, Koby Cuyler and Collin Engman, all of whom played important roles on this year's Bulldogs squad.



Peshtigo (53) - Bauman 20, Lemke 11, Doberstein 9, Engman 4, Boyle 4, G. Bauman 3, Salem 2. FTs: 5-8

Wrightstown (73) - Haese 22, Hella 16, Van Zeeland 15, Lamers 7, Hansen 6, J. Van Zeeland 4, Leick 3. FTs: 9-15



Coleman Shellacks Crandon in WIAA Regional Action

The Coleman Cougars were not going to be denied a Regional playoff victory last week when they hosted the Crandon Cardinals. After the shootout was over the Cougars had worked their way to a commanding 73-26 victory.

The win effectively moved Coleman to the next round of playoff play where they were set to face the Crivitz Wolverines.

Coleman's winning effort started early in the first frame where they shot their way to a 37-8 lead.

The second half was almost the same as far as Coleman's scoring, with the Cougars posting 36 additional points to the Cardinals 16.

Leading the way for the Cougars was Noah Nosgovitz who amassed a game high 17 points. Cayden Bintz was on target as well with his 14 points. Simon Maedke followed up with 12 points while Zach Zablocki chipped in eight.

Crandon was led by Devin Headson with 12 points and Tyler Spink with eight. Keanu Yazzie posted three points.



Coleman (73) - Zablocki 8, Bintz 14, Hockers 2, Nosgovitz 17, Zeitler 8, Sadowski 4, Maedke 12, Zablocki 4, L. Zablocki 4. FTs: 8-12 

Crandon (26) - Spink 8, Yazzie 3, Keao 2, Samz 1, Headson 12. FTs: 2-6

Halftime score: Coleman 37, Crandon 8



Crivitz Capitalizes in Win Over Laona/Wabeno

The Crivitz Wolverines were the winners of Friday nights match up with the Laona/Wabeno Rebels who they defeated by way of a 73-57 differential in Crivitz.

Laona/Wabeno was definitely no push over though as they held their ground in the first but trailed the tough Wolverines 33-21.

The Rebels were able to post 36 points over the second half but a superlative effort by the Wolverines for 40 points shut down any hope of a comeback.

Sean Christiansen had an enormous game scoring 24 points while Dillian Gehm followed up with 12 points. Aaron Sellen added on 10 points.

Connor Taylor led the way for the Rebels with 17 points while Matt Seeber finished the night with 12 points. Adam Seeber got seven.



Crivitz (73) - Christiansen 24, Sellen 10, Baumann 9, Werner 4, Grandaw 7, Gehm 12. FTs: 4-12

Laona-Wabeno (57) - Taylor 17, Seeber 12, A. Seeber 7, Jenesch 3, Ca. Jenesch 5, Christianson 8, Frasser 2, Cronquer 3. FTs: 10-11

Halftime score: Crivitz 33, Laona-Wabeno 21



Goodman-Pembine Takes Regional Win Over Florence

The Goodman-Pembine Patriots were the winners of Saturday night's match up with the Florence Bobcats 78-69.

The win was keyed in by the Patriots' Lamar Lewis who posted a 28 point tally. Boone Larison added on another 22 points while Bryson McVay and Ryan Erickson added eight each.

Florence was led by Evan Johnson with 18 points. Dominic DeMuri and Patrick Milan both added 15 points each while William Kelly finished the night with 13.



Goodman/Pembine (78) - Kessel 6, McVay 8, Erickson 8, Kalkofen 6, Larison 22, Lewis 28. 

Florence (69) - Johnson 18, Kelley 13, DeMuri 15, Milan 15, Schuls 8.



Goodman-Pembine Narrowly Defeats Three Lakes

The Goodman-Pembine Patriots were the victors in Friday evenings playoff match up with the Three Lakes Blue Jays 69-64.

Leading the way for the Three Lakes boys was Logan Erickson with 22 points and Jared Kaufman with 17 points. Ashton Maney added 13 points.

The Patriots were led by Boone Larison with 21 points and Lamar Lewis with 19 points. Ryan Erickson got 12 points.



Three Lakes (64) - Maney 13, Kaufman 17, Erikson 22, Melton 3, Eppier 9. 

Goodman/Pembine (69) - Kessel 5, Strietzel 2, McVay 3, Erickson 12, Kalkofen 7, Larison 21, Lewis 19. 



Florence Advances with Win Over Elcho

The Florence Bobcats posted a 71-59 win over the Elcho Hornets in WIAA playoff action Friday night.

The winning Bobcats effort was highlighted by two 19 point performances for the Florence boys. Dominic DeMuri and Patrick Milan both added up 19. William Kelly added 16 points while Evan Johnson finished with 12 points.



Florence (71) - Johnson 12, Kelley 16, DeMuri 19, Milan 19, Schuls 1, McLain 4. 

Elcho (59) 



Lena Bows Out of Tournament with Loss to Oneida Nation

Though the Oneida Nation boys didn't get as many games in as other teams due to Covid restrictions they looked tough as nails Friday night when they took down the Lena Wildcats 66-39.

Lena absolutely fell flat over the first half with nine points while the Thunderhawks fired in 26 points.

Lena did pick up the slack over the second half scoring 30 points but it was a little too late as the Thunderhawks continued the scoring with 40 additional points.

Max Beyer scored nearly all of Lena's points getting 31 on the night. Jacob Belongia got six while Ralph Comins added two.

Oneida Nation was led by Javon Webster with 23 points and Mason King with 18 points. Peyton Ponfil added seven on the night.



Lena (39) - Beyer 31, Comins 2, Belongia 6

Oneida Nation (66) - Van Steel 5, King 18, Jacobs 4, Danforth 5, Ponfil 7, Van Boxtel 2, Webster 23, Laster 2

Halftime score: Lena 9, Oneida Nation 26



Green Bay NEW Lutheran Closes in on 100 Points in Win Over Suring

The Green Bay NEW Lutheran Blazers were the winners in their match with the Suring Eagles who they shutdown with a 93-29 final verdict.

The win saw Suring's Taron Haak score 17 points. Leo Taylor added six while Ashtyn Edwards finished with three points.

The Blazers were led by Marshal Bukowski with 27 points and Elijah Meerstien with 18 points. Elijah Lange added 10 to the tally.



Suring (29) - Fredenburgh 1, Haak 17, Edwards 3, Schaal 2,Taylor 6. 

NEW Lutheran (93) - Dhein 7, Servasis 3, Lange 10, J. Lange 8, Huguet 2, Henschel 1, Hultman 3, Meerstein 18, Lynch 6, Gosse 8, Bukowski 27.

Halftime score: Suring 8, NEW 55



Bonduel Narrowly Defeats Oconto

The Oconto Blue Devils lost by 1 point to the Bonduel Bears with a score of 56-57 in WIAA playoff action. At the Half the score was 25-23.

Oconto's Josh Woller scored 19 while Caleb Moe added 14. Will Sherman got 8, Kadin Baxter 5, Christian Koch 5, Logan Allan 3 and Luke Krueger 2

Bonduel was led by Jon Sell with 14 points. Carson Roboudek scored 13 while Garrett Engel got 9.Reece Stoltenow got 8, Brett Margelofsky 7 and Noah Weier 6.



Oconto (56) - Woller 19, Moe 14, Sherman 8, Baxter 5, Koch 5, Allan 3, Krueger 2. FTs: 7-15

Bonduel (57) - Sell 14, Roboudek 13,Engel 9, Stoltenow 8, Margelofsky 7, Weier 6. FTs: 15-23

Halftime score: Oconto 25, Bodnuel 23



Menominee Wins Playoff Match up With Kingsford

The Menominee Maroons defeated the Kingsford Flivvers in Menominee 54-38.

The win saw the Maroons post some good first quarter numbers, attacking the boards for a 23-4 lead at the first buzzer.

"We have had two games in a row now with really quick starts," said Menominee Head Coach Sam Larson. "It is something we have emphasized for the last week. when we were up 23 -4 we were playing some really good baseball."

The second quarter saw the Maroons score 14 to the Flivvers 10 while the Third quarter was the Flivvers 16-9. Both teams scored eight in the final frame.

By games end the Maroons were led by Brady Badker and Cooper Conway with 15 points.

Kingsford was led by Cole Bracket with 16 points and Zach Person with nine points.

"We just get tentative at times," said Larson. "It seems like we get complacent with a lead and so I don't think the zone was all that difficult we just let them keep in it."



Kingsford (38) - Nora 4, Carollo 2, Kopp 2, Weber 2, Bracket 16, Paupore 3, Person 9.

Menominee (56) - Starzynski 2, Badker 15, Theugekauf 3, Bellisle 13, Schultz 6, Conway 15. 

Halftime score: Kingsford 14, Menominee 37



Marinette Fights Hard But Falls to Seymour 73-58

Marinette hung tough with top-seeded Seymour into the second half of Friday's regional matchup, but it just wasn't able to stick around and make a run late in the game, falling 73-58.

The Marines trailed by six at the half and cut the lead to just one point during the second half, but Seymour would pull away a bit with a couple of runs to win the game by a 15-point margin.

Seymour shot 57% as a team, with leading scorer Logan Griesbach scoring 25 points on 11-for-16 shooting (68%).

Not to be outdone, Marinette's Asaia Polazzo shot 11-for-16 for 24 points (73%). Jake Sommerfeldt had 15 points on 5-of-11 shooting.

Polazzo also led the team with eight rebounds.



Marinette (58) - Sommerfeldt 5, Sommerfeldt 15, Polomis 3, Erdman 7, Polazzo 24, Bailey 4.

Seymour (73) - Dorn 23, Cornell 2, Griesbach 25, Cornell 14, Weyer 2, Inman 7. 

Halftime score: Marinette 27, Seymour 33


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Peshtigo Times
841 Maple St
PO Box 187
Peshtigo, WI 54157
Phone: 715-582-4541
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