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Bulldogs Hold off Marines 52-47 in Defensive Battle

Issue Date: December 9, 2021

Boys Baskteball

It wasn't pretty, but Peshtigo finished off a 52-47 win over Marinette on Saturday night.

Peshtigo came out strong, but then Marinette turned up their defensive pressure, Bulldogs coach Jason Boucher said. By halftime, the game was tied at 21.

The Peshtigo offense was slightly better in the second half. It wasn't the Bulldogs' most impressive win ever, but Boucher will take it.

"We got off to a really good start, I thought, tonight, and then we reverted back to what happened last year. Once things got tight, they amped up the pressure, we stopped running our stuff, stopped getting the ball inside," Boucher said. Marinette, give them credit. They might not have won many games the last couple of years, but they play hard, they're always aggressive, and we've got to clean it up. I know it's only the second game of the year, but we've got to play the way that we started the game. We'll get there. But a win's a win - ugly win, but it's a win."

He credited his team's "excellent" effort. Marinette coach Matt Joost said Peshtigo set the tone defensively, which the Marines matched.

"I thought both teams played extremely hard on the defensive end. I thought that was the key to the game for both sides. Peshtigo is a very physical team and were able to draw some fouls going to the basket and get them into foul trouble in the first half," Joost said. "It was physical going both ways. We probably ended up having 20-something fouls together in the first half, and that's good. It wasn't dirty at all, it was just a good, physical clean game back and forth against two teams that really wanted to win."

Marinette ended up taking 14 free throws, making eight. Peshtigo was 10-for-18.

From the field, the teams were not extremely efficient. The Marines made just three two-point field goals, going 3-for-21 from the interior to go with 11-for-33 from deep. Peshtigo was 21-for-62 overall and 0-for-8 from three.

Peshtigo's Landon Lemke led all scorers with 20 points, making six of his 16 field goals and eight of 12 free throws. Kaine Fort and Mason Doberstein had nine apiece, going 4-for-8 and 4-for-10 shooting, respectively.

For Marinette, Jake Sommerfeldt was 3-for-16 shooting for 12 points. Dominic Smerchek was 3-for-6 for 10 points, including 3-for-5 from deep, and Keegan Polomis scored seven on a 2-for-14 night, making two of his five triples.

"We've got depth shooting-wise. We've got a lot of guys who can shoot it. In a game like this, especially when the guys know each other so well, the Sommerfeldt boys are going to get a lot of attention on the defensive side," Joost said. "They're great players, amazing shooters, and teams are going to zero in on them. That's where depth helps. Especially Dominic Smerchek did a great job with that, and I thought also Landon Corwin played amazing in the post. There was definitely a size disadvantage for us and he did a great job."

That size advantage led to a 50-28 rebounding advantage for Peshtigo. Three players finished with double-digit rebounds. Collin Engman grabbed 18 boards, Fort had 11 rebounds and Lemke had 10.



Coleman Slips

Past Shiocton with

Second-Half Surge


Coleman held on to a 63-58 win over Shiocton despite a 35-point effort from Dawson Schmidt on Saturday.

Schmidt dropped 22 points in the second half alone to try and power his team to a win, but it wasn't enough.

The majority of Coleman's points came in the second half. The Cougars trailed 29-25 at half, but scored 38 points in the second period.

They took their first lead of the half at 38-37, a lead they would hold for the rest of the game. Shiocton cut the lead to three at 47-44, then two at 50-56, but Logan Kurth made three of four free throws in the final minute to help put the game away.

"Our effort was better. The effort was better, the hustle was better. You could even use the phrase "sense of urgency,'" Coleman coach Jeff Bronson said. "That was good to see from game one to game two, the improvement of that."

Bronson said his team does have a bit of work to do managing games, but that will come as the season goes on.

"There's always work to do," he said. "We need to rebound better, we need to understand scenarios better so instead of shooting threes at the end of the game when you have the lead, keep running clock and get the ball inside, but those are steps we can work on next week."

Coleman's Noah Nosgovitz was the team's leader in the first half. He scored a team-high 17 points in the game, with 13 in the first half.

Kurth scored 13, with 11 in the second half, and Eli Zablocki scored 12. Tieg Sadowski scored 10, all in the second half.



Coleman Blows Up

Scoreboard in First

Half for Win Over Lena


The Coleman Cougars were not going to be denied a win Tuesday night as they took on the hosting Lena wildcats by way of a 53-36 final verdict.

"At different times tonight we played some good defense," said Coleman head coach Jeff Bronson. "We were not communicating well enough tonight. When you are taking on a shooter like Beyer you can't give him space like we did. He's a great play player and is going to take some good shots."

The Cougars were feisty in the first half where they fired in 32 points to lead the Wildcats at the half 32-12.

The deficit was too much for the Wildcats to overcome, even though they did managed to take control of the game in the second half, outscoring the Cougars 24-21.

By games end the Cougars' Noah Nosgovitz posted a team leading 11 points followed by Logan Kurth and Tieg Sadowski who both posted 10 points each.

"We are coming along," said Bronson. "Its early and we have plainly of time to get everything figured out. But I'm confident this team will figure it all out."

Lena was led by the night's top scorer Max Beyer who piled up 21 points on the night. Logan Shallow posted eight while Bladyn Anderson got three.

"Every team is going to come in here and try and shut down Max," said Lena head coach Fritz Weidner. "He's our shooter and they know it. We just got into too deep of a hole tonight. We had energy early and then things started to fall apart. Our second half was much better but not was too late."



Wolverines Rally

Falls Short in One-Point

Loss to Blue Devils


Oconto squeaked out a 62-61 win over Crivitz on Saturday, holding off a second-half run by the Wolverines.

"We started out really good tonight," said Oconto head coach John Moe. "We had a tough game on thursday against Southern Door so I was a little worried the kids were going to come out slow but they came out very strong."

Oconto led 33-21 at the half. While the Wolverines scored 40 in the second half to Oconto's 29, they needed 41 to tie the game, coming up a point short.

"I was telling the guys upstairs that in defesne of the kids we have not worked on press breaking," said Moe. "We are getting to that first thing Monday. But tonight was a great learning experience."

Tegan Werner led the Crivitz effort with a game-high 19 points on 7-for-18 shooting from the field. He made five of six free throws.

The charity stripe was a big advantage for Crivitz, as they made 18 of 25 attempts. Oconto took 15 free throws, making six.

Werner also led the team in rebounding with nine and assists with four.

Oconto got double-digit scoring outputs from Carter Koch (10), Luke Krueger (12), Kadin Baxter (15) and Christian Koch (17).

Christian was 8-for-13 from the field, Baxter was 7-for-11 and Krueger was 6-for-10. The trio each grabbed eight rebounds as well.



Crivitz Takes Down

STAA in Early

Season Action


The Crivitz Wolverines were the night's victors in their contest with the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers Tuesday night, winning the match up in Crivitz 84-19.

Crivitz kicked it into gear early and never allowed the Cavvies to get into the mix, contouring the scoreboard 43-7 at the half.

Over the second half the Wolverines continued to outscore their opponent with a 46-12 scoring differential.

Leading the way for the Wolverines was Sean Christiansen with 21 points and Tegan Werner with 17 points. Brady Tadisch got 10 points while Kaden Klaver posted nine.

STAA was led by Ethan Braley with 14 points, Calvin Peters with three and Joey Pisani with two.



Suring Defeats

Wausaukee


The Suring Eagles took an early season basketball win over conference rival Wausaukee Tuesday night, defeating the home court Rangers by way of a 51-38 final readout.

Suring was pretty much on top of this match from the start, piling on 28 points over the first half while holding the Rangers to just 10 points.

Wausaukee found its stride in the second half, managing to fire in 28 points to the Eagles' 23.

But it was too little too late to overcome the great start by the Eagles.

Wausaukee's effort was led by Layne Rowley with 15 points and Danny Suennen with 11 points.

Suring was led by the evening's top performer Taron Haak who posted 16 points and Maxwell Yancy with 14 points.



Marinette Takes Loss

to Fox Valley Lutheran


The Marinette Marines where overcome by the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes Tuesday night at Fox Valley High School, dropping the match 69-42.

The loss saw the Foxes post a 40-21 first half readout before scoring another 29 over the second half, while holding the Marines to 21 points in both half's.

Marinette's Sam Sommerfeldt posted nine points to lead the Marines while Jake Sommerfeldt and Cale Ducane both posted seven points each.

FVL was led by the night's top scorer Josiah Butler with his 26 point game. Jackson Papendorf posted 13 points wile Drew Mears got nine.



Oconto Takes

Down Sturgeon Bay


Oconto beat Sturgeon Bay Tuesday night in Oconto with a score of 79-61. The Clippers led at half time 34-41.

Leading Oconto's scoring efforts was Kadin Baxter with 27 points, Luke Krueger with 13 and Christian Koch with 12. Carter Koch pitched in 10 points while Jackson Martin and Will Jandeski got 5 points each.

Sturgeon Bay was led by Isaak Aune with 23 points , Christopher Loda with 11, Preston Newton with 8 and Daniel Lodl with 7. Spencer Hubbord and Gannon Evers got 6 each.



Gillett Bounced

by Bowler's

Big Second Half


Gillett lost a disappointing 48-44 game against Bowler on Thursday after Bowler's offense came alive in the second half.

At halftime, Gillett led 20-12, but Bowler scored 36 points in the second half to take over.

Bowler's Emmitt Kietlinski led all scorers with 16 points on 6-for-13 shooting. Wylee Dodge was 5-for-10 for 15 and Beau Brunner was 6-for-11, finishing with 13 points. All of Bowler's points came from four scorers.

Brandon DeBauch finished with 10 points for Gillett. Ben Matczak added nine and Austin VandeCorput chipped in seven.



Konkol's 40 Helps Push

Vikings Past Panther


Denmark's Hayden Konkol and Donavan Short combined for 67 points in an 89-63 win over Oconto Falls on Friday.

Konkol finished with a dazzling 40 points on 15-for-22 shooting, along with a 9-for-12 line on free throws.

Short scored 27 points on 8-for-12 shooting, also grabbing. Game-high 13 rebounds.

Oconto Falls' Isaac Raddatz was 9-for-14 from the field, with his 19 points leading the way. Caden Birr tallied 15 points on 5-for-9 shooting.

Braden Vandermoss was 3-for-7 and Carter Hill was 3-for-12 to chip in nine points apiece.

Denmark out-rebounded Oconto Falls 41 to 23. The Panthers did get a boost from making 13 of their 28 3-point attempts, but it wasn't enough to overcome the fact that they went 0-for-4 at the free throw line. Denmark, on the other hand, made 18 of 32.



Bulldogs Blast Pioneers

In Season Opener


Peshtigo handled business comfortably against Sevastopol on Thursday, 83-46.

Peshtigo outscored Sevastopol by a 46-26 score in the second half.

Sevastopol's only player in double figures was Jack DeYoung, who scored 12. Meanwhile, Peshtigo saw five players reach double digits.

Landon Lemke scored a game-high 18, Mason Doberstein got 15, Kaine Fort got 14, Collin Engman scored 11 and Berth chipped in 10. Additionally, Christian Boyle scored eight.

As a team, Peshtigo was 33-for-69 (47%) shooting the basketball to Sevastopol's 17-for-46 (36%). The Bulldogs out-rebounded Sevastopol by a 37-17 tally and took 12 more free throws than their opponents.



Rangers Fall to Pioneers

65-38 On the Road


Wausaukee fell 65-38 at the hands of Sevastopol on Friday.

Sevastopol led 31-16 at the half and kept going in the second half, led by Jack DeYoung, who scored an efficient 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting, with nine rebounds to boot.

Wausaukee's leading scorers were Layne Rowley and Conner Schroeder, who each got eight, and Anthony Vanick, who scored seven.

Sevastopol shot over 50% as a team, making 20 of their 38 attempts from the field. They also grabbed 47 rebounds, including 10 by Carter Bieri.



Lena Holds Off

Stockbridge 45-43 for

Non-Conference Win


Lena squeaked one out against a scrappy Stockbridge team on Thursday, 45-43.

The teams were locked at 10 early before a 6-0 run by Stockbridge. Lena's first lead came at 20-18 before Stockbridge tied the game going into the half.

The teams were tied at the halftime break, and it was the Wildcats with a narrow second-half advantage, though it wasn't easy.

Lena came out and took a 27-25 lead in the second, but it was Stockbridge that looked to pull away late, taking a 38-33 advantage.

Max Beyer powered the win, scoring a game-high 21 points for Lena. Logan Shallow and Bryce Kittredge each scored seven points, with all of Kittredge's points coming in the second half.

Stockbridge's top scorer was Gavin Cullen, who scored 17. Conner Funk scored 14.



Peshtigo Hold Off

Southern Door

For Conference Win


The Peshtigo Bulldogs are winning ugly, and that's OK with them.

They're now 3-0 with two narrow wins in a row over Marinette and Southern Door.

On Tuesday, they powered past an inauspicious start to get a 54-51 win over Southern Door.

They trailed by eight points early, then narrowed the lead at the half with improved defense. It's not a story that is new for Peshtigo in the past few years.

Talented Southern Door freshman Drew Daoust scored 19 points on Peshtigo in the first half, making life difficult for the Bulldog defenders.

"That was the story for us the last two years. We have to get off to better starts. We left their best player open a couple times early, #1, Daoust," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "He's a freshman and I think he had 19 points against us in the first half. We settled down, we got stops and we crept back into the game. We buckled down a little bit on defense and got back into the game at half."

Peshtigo's big men made an impact in the second half. Kaine Fort and Collin Engman led the team with 16 and 10 points, respectively. Fort was 6-for-10 shooting and Engman was 4-for-11. Fort led all players with 12 rebounds.

"I don't think it's a secret this year where we want to go with the basketball. We've got two 6-foot-8 kids in Kaine Ford and Collin Engman," Boucher said, also shouting out the hustle play of Will McMahon, who had six points and five rebounds. "Eventually, we're going to end up getting doubled and we're going to have to make outside shots. We're going to try to get the ball inside most of the time. They were a force down there tonight."

Daoust scored just four points in the second half. The only other Southern Door player to score more than six points was Jared Hawkey, who got 15.

Seeing his team win another close game early in the season was a welcome site to see for Boucher.

"Last year, we would probably lose those when the games got tight, but this year, that's two in a row now that we've settled down and took care of the basketball and found ways to win this year," he said. "It's early. We're three games in and we have a lot to work on still, but I'm happy with the results, obviously, 3-0 heading into Sturgeon Bay Friday night.



Gillett Falls on the Road

to Gresham 52-32


Four of Gresham's five scorers had double-digit scoring in Saturday's 52-32 home win over Gillett.

Belasaire Vale (10), Corbin Welch (12), Austin Sperberg (13) and Lukas Pecore (14) led the way in scoring.

Gillett had nine players on the scoresheet, but none in double figures. Tyler Frank and Austin VandeCorput scored seven points apiece.



Oconto Claims

Road Win

at Southern Door


Oconto battled for a 67-60 road win over Southern Door on Thursday.

The Blue Devils trailed by one at halftime, 32-31, but Oconto was the better team in the second half, outscoring the Eagles 36-28.

Oconto's Kadin Baxter led all scorers with 21 points on 7-for-15 shooting, also making six of his 10 free throw attempts. As a team, the Blue Devils made 11 of 20 attempts at the charity stripe.

Southern Door, on the other hand, made less than 50% of their tries, shooting at a 13-for-29 clip.

Oconto took 61 shots in the game to Southern Door's 47.

Christian Koch led Oconto with 17 shots, making seven for 16 points, along with two free throws. Koch, Baxter and Luke Krueger each had eight rebounds. Carter Koch grabbed seven rebounds to go with 12 points.

Logan Jeanquart led Southern Door with 16 points. Jared Hawkey posted 11 points with 17 rebounds.



Marine's Drop

Tight Contest

to Comets 58-56


Marinette lost a heartbreaker to Waupaca on Friday, losing by a 58-56 tally.

The two teams were knotted at 25 at halftime, and just two points, a 33-31 advantage, separated the two teams in the second half.

Keegan Polomis was Marinette's leading scorer, as he dumped in 15 points on a 6-for-13 shooting night.

Sam Sommerfeldt scored 14 on 5-for-10 shooting, making 4-for-8 from three. Jake Sommefeldt scored 13 but didn't have the same efficiency, as he went 2-for-14 overall and 2-for-9 from downtown.

Sam Sommerfeldt led the team with four assists.



Freedom's Balanced

Offense Overpowers

Panthers


Freedom defeated Oconto Falls 66-36 on Thursday.

The lead was 33-13 at the half, with the Irish scoring another 33 in the second half to the Panthers' 23.

Freedom's Sadie Jarmolowicz led all scorers with 18, while Megan Alexander had 12. Nine different Irish players scored in the game, including seven with five or more points.

For the Panthers, Alexis Euclide and Hailey Peitersen had 16 and 11 points, respectively. Ashlynn Allen chipped in six.



Cougars Trounce

Thunderhawks

on the Road 64-39


Coleman defeated Oneida Nation 64-39 on Monday.

Aubrey Bintz led Coleman in scoring with 18 points on 6-for-13 shooting, also making six of nine free throws. Desiree Nowak scored 10 on 5-for-10 shooting and Madelyn Hinther added 11 on a 5-for-7 night.

Nowak's nine rebounds and Bintz's three assists led the team in each category. Coleman had 18 steals in the game as well.

Coleman shot 25-for-60 as a team, making 11 of 21 free throws and going 3-for-11 from beyond the 3-point arc.

For Oneida Nation, Jaylyn Caldwell, Mariah Cloud and G'oni Thayer had 13, 12 and 10, respectively.


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