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Coleman Two Games Ahead of Second Place Crivitz

Issue Date: February 3, 2022

Area Boys Basketball

Coleman Defends

Record With 6 Point

Win Over Oconto Falls


The 1-15 Oconto Falls Panthers came within six points of knocking off the M&O Conference's top team on Monday night, with a 75-69 loss to the Coleman Cougars.

The two teams battled neck-and-neck for the entire first half, with Coleman holding a slender 27-26 lead. The Cougars stretched that lead to 36-28 just before half before Noah Hirst hit a pair of free throws to make it 36-30 going into the break.

It looked like Coleman could pull away in the opening minutes of the second half. They made the lead 10 with a pair of free throws by Logan Kurth with just over eight minutes to go.

After a Panther timeout, the Cougars kept pushing to take a 62-48 lead, this time on free throws from Tieg Sadowski.

With 1:10 left, Coleman led 69-61, and they looked like they just needed to make their free throws to run out the clock.

After a Cougars turnover, Carter Hill cut the lead to five on an and-one bucket. After one made free throw, the lead hit just four with 39 seconds to play, getting dangerously close.

The Cougars got a little bit more breathing room after two missed shots and four consecutive made free throws, 74-66, and Coleman would outlast the Panthers.

Coleman had four players score in double figures. Joe Olsen scored 16, Noah Nosgovitz and Sadowski scored 14 apiece, and Kurth had 11. Liam Zeitler and Eli Zablocki contributed nine and six, respectively.

Coleman pounded the post and got to the free throw line, attempting a whopping 44 free throws in the game, making 26.

"We don't have the athletes up and down that they have, including the bench, so if we got running with them, they were going to have the advantage," Coleman coach Jeff Bronson said. "Our advantage is we have five guys that can post up."

Isaac Raddatz led all scorers with 19 points for the Panthers, making seven of 19 field goals. Noah Hirst scored 18 on 6-9 shooting, and Braden Vandermoss had 15 with a 6-1 shooting line.

As a team, Oconto Falls made all 14 of its free throws, with Vandermoss and Hirst making five and Raddatz making four.

Carter Hill also had eight points with a team-best two steals.

The loss dropped Oconto Falls to 1-15, with their lone win back on Nov. 30. It was also the first time they scored more than 60 points since Dec. 3. However, they're a better team than those numbers indicate, and they have some athletes that can run the floor.

"You can't worry about their record because of the conference they're in," Jeff Bronson said. "They play such good competition night in and night out, and you can just see the tempo they play at, so this is good for us. We've got some really tough games coming up, and this is only going to help us because of how fast Oconto Falls plays. They're a misleading team. For a one-win team, they're not bad. They have a lot of quality players that can shoot. They're just in a really good conference."

The next chance for Oconto Falls to get in the win column is against Luxemburg Casco on Thursday (6-6 North Eastern Conference), with Marinette on Monday (2-10 NEC).

"I was proud of the kids tonight. They battled and stayed within the rules, and we're 1-15 now on the year, but we're not a 1-15 team," Panthers coach Joe Bebeau said. "The kids have played hard. The last six games, we've really deserved some better outcomes I think, but it's a building process. We're building blocks, and this is a successful moment. It's the first time all year we've lost in single digits."

Coleman (13-2 overall, 10-0 M&O Conference) faces Wausaukee (0-11 M&O) on Thursday, but they've likely got Saturday circled on the calendar, as they welcome fellow conference undefeated Crivitz (8-0) to town, with the winner holding the keys to the M&O race.



Fourth Quarter Comeback Gives

Menominee Win Over Gladstone


Menominee beat Gladstone by 21 points on Friday, but if you left the game after three quarters, you probably wouldn't believe it.

Gladstone, which entered the game with a 3-7 record, took its shot early against the 12-1 Maroons. Gladstone made the first two buckets of the game, both 3-pointers, taking a 6-0 lead after a triple by John Rowan.

By halftime, Menominee had gotten it all back and led 10-8 after an Aidan Bellisle basket. It appeared the Maroons were back on track.

The second quarter was anything but pretty, however. Both offenses really sputtered to the tune of a 7-3 Gladstone advantage in the quarter. Menominee's only points in the quarter came on a field goal from Eli Beal and one free throw by Bellisle. The pair combined for nine of Menominee's 13 points in the first half.

The third quarter continued to be slow moving for both offenses.

Menominee built a 25-19 lead on a Brady Badker 3-pointer late in the third quarter. That shot provided Badker's first made field goal in the game and proved to be a huge turning point.

"His first shot, I thought we moved the ball really well on that possession. The first half, it was one pass and then we ram our way into the paint and throw up something that's not a very good shot," Menominee coach Sam Larson said. "Later in the third, fourth quarter we had some possessions where we moved the ball side-top-side three or four times and then got a good look: either a punch or a kick out or a dump-off to Coop [Cooper Conway]. We had a couple of those and the offense started to look better."

Badker caught fire in the fourth quarter, taking over the game and scoring 14 points.

He scored the first points of the quarter, and after a fastbreak basket by Bellisle, he made a 3-pointer to give Menominee a 32-22 lead.

The Maroons kept pushing from there, and when all was said and done, Menominee had outscored Gladstone 23-5 in the quarter to win 48-27.

Badker's 18 led Menominee. Conway scored 13 (nine in the second half), and Bellisle had nine.

"Finally in that fourth quarter, that lid came off the basket and we hit some shots, but I just thought that our mentality throughout the first three quarters was not correct," Larson said. "A team comes out and you're not hitting shots, our mentality needs to be that we're going to dig our heels in, we're going to fight for stops, and we're going to be really smart offensively, and I thought we were trying to get it all back in one shot. In a tie ball game, we expected one shot to give us a 20-point lead. There is no shot that's going to do that for you, so we were ramming our way in there and taking off-balance contested shots, missing, then going back and having to try and defend again."

Ultimately, when you hold a team to 27 points, you should win the game almost every time, and Menominee's ball pressure wore Gladstone down.

Rowan led the Braves with nine points, with one 3-pointer in each of the first three periods.

"You've got to credit Gladstone. I thought that they came to play tonight," Larson said. "It reminded me a lot of the Marinette game where I think we probably overlooked our opponent in some ways, and I don't think the Menominee guys were ready to play tonight. We weren't prepared to play, we weren't prepared for a battle, and Gladstone was."



Cougars Slash

Thunderhawks in

42 Point Win


Coleman was dominant against Oneida Nation on Friday, grabbing a 71-29 win.

Logan Kurth's 20 points led the way. He made eight of 14 field goals, including four of six attempts from 3-point range. Noah Nosgovitz scored 14 on 4-9 shooting, also getting to the line for seven free throws and making five.

Tieg Sadowski scored 13 and led the team in rebounding with six. Coleman had a balanced rebounding presence, with 11 different players recording at least two rebounds.

Eli Zablocki was 3-4 shooting for nine points and Joe Olsen made 3-5 for eight points.

Ethan Danforth scored 12 points for Oneida, making four of five 3-pointers he attempted.



Crivitz Drops Game to

Shiocton in Shootout


Tegan Werner's 36 points weren't enough to lift Crivitz past a sharp-shooting Shiocton squad in non-conference action on Saturday, as the Wolverines fell by a 79-71 final score.

Werner made 14 of 23 shots in the game, including a 3-5 tally from behind the arc. He also made five of six free throws.

Sean Christiansen was 8-13 for 16 points and Seth Sellen scored 10 on 5-10 shooting.

On paper, Crivitz was actually the better shooting team, percentage-wise, as the Wolverines made 31 of 60 shot attempts to Shiocton's 27-57.

However, the Chiefs lit it up from 3-point range, making 14 of their 27 3-point attempts, led by Bennett Wilcox, who was 6-10. He finished 9-13 from the field and scored 24 points.

Dawson Schmidt was 9-16 from the field and 9-11 from the free throw line to score 30 and Jacob Klitzke was 5-9 from downtown to score 15 points.

Crivitz got a team-high seven rebounds from Sellen, while Werner led the team in assists (four) and steals (five).

The loss ended a four-game Crivitz win streak and dropped them to 9-5 on the year. All four of those losses have been in non-conference play, so they're squarely in contention for the M&O Conference title.

The Wolverines have two tough tests on the road next week, as they face Oneida Nation on Thursday and Coleman on Saturday.

Oneida Nation is third in the M&O with a 7-3 conference record, while Coleman is 10-0.

That battle of undefeated M&O foes begins at 7:15 p.m. Saturday in Coleman.



Gillett Uses Big First

Half to Defeat STAA


Gillett jumped out to a 41-9 halftime lead and coasted to a 61-18 victory over Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy on Friday.

Austin VandeCorput made six of his nine field goal attempts for 13 points. That, along with his six rebounds, led the Tigers.

Jesse DeBauch scored 11 and Jack Baer had 10. Brandon DeBauch made all three of his field goals for eight points, Aydin Franti scored seven, and Ben Matczak got six.

Teagan Anderson's 10 points paced the Cavaliers.



Lena Defeats Suring 47-23

Lena's Logan Shallow and Max Beyer combined for 35 points in a 47-23 win over Suring on Friday.

Shallow had a double-double, with 20 points and 11 rebounds, while Beyer had 15 points with six rebounds. Both players went 6-15 from the field with three made 3-pointers. Shallow made five of his 10 free throws as well.

Jacob Belongia and Bladyn Anderson scored six and five points, respectively, in 22 minutes apiece.

Suring's Jackson Schaal led the Eagles with 10 points. Gavin Fredenburgh scored eight, Ashyn Edwards scored seven, Jeremy Hensel had five, and Maxwell Yancy scored four.

The win broke a two-game Lena losing streak and ended a two-game Suring win streak.



Marinette Gives

Dominant Performance

Against GB West


Marinette was dominant in both phases of the game Tuesday against Green Bay West, with a 65-21 final score.

The Marines held GB West to just 31 field goal attempts, of which they made eight (25%). On the other end of the floor, the Marines got up 56 shots and made 20.

Things couldn't have started out any better for Marinette, as the Marines jumped out to a 9-0 lead on three Jake Sommerfeldt 3-pointers, which quickly became a 17-0 lead, with Sommerfeldt making one more on that run. He scored 12 of the first 14 points in the ballgame, and finished the game with 20 points on 6-15 shooting, including 5-12 shooting from 3-point range.

The Marines would bump the lead up to 25-2 in short order, and by halftime, the lead sat at 30-11.

Sometimes with a comfortable lead, teams can have a tendency to let up just a little bit, but the Marines kept the defensive pressure on throughout the entire second half to hold their opponents to just 21 points.

"I thought defensively our ball pressure was really good, our gap help was really, really good, and we rebounded extremely well," Marinette coach Matt Joost said. "We really took it to them tonight.

Sam Sommerfeldt and Braden Bizelle had nine points each. Charlie Bailey had six to go with a team-high nine rebounds and Keegan Polomis had five points with a team-high five assists.

Dominic Smerchek and Brett Nygren scored five points each.

"I thought we played extremely hard from the get-go, especially on the defensive end," Joost said. "At times we let our offense get a little sloppy, but overall, especially at the start, I thought we did a really good job of working for the right shots rather than just the good ones tonight."

The loss broke a six-game Marinette losing streak dating back to Jan. 6. Joost said he hopes Tuesday's win can start off a bit of Marine momentum going into the final month of the season.

"Overall I'm very proud of our effort. There's stuff to learn and stuff to work on, but I'm really proud of the way that we stuck together through some tough losses the last couple of weeks," he said. "We're still fighting every minute of every game, still coming to practice and working hard, and that's a testament to them. We can build on this and get a couple more in February."

It won't be easy for the Marines, who finish the season with six conference games, with four of them coming against opponents with conference records of 8-4 or better.

Next up is Denmark on Thursday night at home. Marinette plays its next five games at home.



Marinette Faulters

Over 2nd Half,

Fall to Wrightstown


Marinette's boys held Wrightstown's offense down in the first half, but the Tigers broke free for 37 points in the second half and picked up a 53-38 win.

At halftime, the teams were locked in what appeared to be a defensive showdown. The Tigers held a slim 16-11 advantage at the break.

In the second half, the Tigers put up 37 points, led by Jake Van Zeeland and Keegan Speeds, who scored 15 and 14 points, respectively. Jack Hermann scored 12.

Marinette's leading scorer was Carson Erdman, who scored 10 points in 23 minutes on 4-9 shooting. Jake Sommerfeldt was 3-8 for nine points and Keegan Polomis made four of eight shots for eight points.

Free throws were one area where the Tigers stood out. They made 17 of 25 attempts, while Marinette was 2-11.

Neither team had a ton of success shooting the ball from deep, though the Marines were better in that regard than the Tigers.

Wrightstown was 15-30 on shots inside the arc, but made just two of its 23 3-pointers. Marinette made six of 26 shots from deep and went 9-19 from two.



Patriots Second Half

Surge Defeats Niagara


Goodman-Pembine used a 17-point second half advantage to pull away from Niagara on Monday, 65-48.

The two teams went into halftime tied at 29, but Goodman-Pembine won the second half 36-19, and in turn, won the game.

Ryan Ehlert led all scorers with 20 points and Landon Kalkofen added 19 to the tally. Jacob Kessel scored 10.

Ed Swanson led Niagara with 19 points. Tommy Martin scored eight, and both Aiden Colenso and Logan Weber each got six.

"We played great in the first half, but they couldn't miss the second half ?? nice shooting team," Niagara coach Terry Youren said.



Chilton Too Much for Oconto

Oconto lost a 68-58 non-conference game to Chilton on Monday.

Chilton scored 38 points in the second half, with four different players finished in double figures for the game. Warren Wilcox made seven of its 10 field goals to score a game-high 17 in just 22 minutes.

Oconto's leading scorer was Luke Krueger, who scored 15 points on 6-13 shooting. He also led the team with 11 rebounds and tied the team lead with four assists.

Christian Koch had 13 points on 6-11 shooting with seven rebounds and two blocks. Kadin Baxter scored 10 points on 5-15 shooting.

Jackson Martin had seven points with four rebounds and four assists, and Carter Koch scored six.



High Scoring Shootout

Sees Sturgeon Bay

Defeat Oconto


Oconto and Sturgeon Bay played a high-scoring game on Thursday that ended in an 85-77 win for Sturgeon Bay.

Kadin Baxter and Luke Krueger each had 21-point double doubles. Baxter made eight of his 14 field goals and 5-8 free throws and secured a whopping 19 rebounds, along with five assists and a team-high three steals.

Krueger was 10-21 from the field with 14 rebounds and four assists.

Carter Koch was 5-13 shooting with a team-high six assists and three rebounds.

Cooper Campshure scored seven points, while Christian Koch and Jackson Martin each got six.



Little Chute Stays

Consistent in Win

Over Oconto Falls


Two 35-25 halves gave Little Chute a 70-50 win over Oconto Falls on Friday night.

As a team, Little Chute took 13 more shots than Oconto Falls, going 25-54 from the field as a team.

The Panthers were 16-41, led by Caden Birr, who made five of nine shots to score 15 points. Carter Hill scored nine, Jake Sager got eight, and Isaac Raddatz scored seven.

Hill led the team with eight rebounds and Raddatz had a team-high three assists. Kody Vorpahl led the Panthers with three blocks.

Little Chute had four players in double-figures. Hunter Thiel scored 18 on 6-9 shooting, with a 6-8 line on free throws as well.

The Mustangs were 15-19 on free throws, while the Panthers were 12-14.



Southern Door Strikes

Down Peshtigo 55-48


Peshtigo lost 55-48 at Southern Door on Saturday in a game where the Bulldogs just couldn't find their shooting touch and were hurt by Southern Door free throws.

Peshtigo was 18-55 shooting in the game, including 7-25 from 3-point range. They attempted just nine free throws, hitting five.

On the other end of the floor, Southern Door had just 28 shot attempts, but they went to the free throw line for 36 shots, coming away with 24 points.

The Bulldogs also didn't have their signature rebounding advantage, as they finished with 30 rebounds to the Eagles' 29.

Christian Boyle led Peshtigo with nine rebounds and Landon Lemke added seven.

Lemke (5-16 FG, 3-9 3PT, 3-3 FT), led Peshtigo in scoring with 16 points and Mauz Salem (5-12 FG, 1-4 3PT), had 11.

Boyle (3-10 FG, 1-6 3PT) and Mason Doberstein (3-6 FG, 2-3 3PT) each scored eight points.

Southern Door was led by Drew Daoust, who went 5-9 from the field and 6-9 from the free throw line.



Marinette Falls

to Wrightstown


Wrightstown defeated Marinette 59-44 on Tuesday.

For Wrightstown, Samantha Kiel and Abby Radtke scored 19 and 18, respectively, while Kyle Colwell had 13.

Marinette gets back in action against Oconto Falls on the road Friday night.




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