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Cougars Hold Lead in M&O With Win Over Wolverines

Issue Date: February 9, 2022

Area Boys Basketball

Coleman took control of the M&O Conference basketball race with a 67-53 win over Crivitz on Saturday.

The win boosted the Cougars to 12-0 in M&O play with four conference games remaining, while Crivitz fell to 9-1.

The Wolverines have six M&O games to play, and they'll have another shot at the Cougars on Feb. 17, with that one to be played at home.

Coleman's leading scorer was Noah Nosgovitz, who scored 18 points, mostly at the free throw line. He went 3-9 from the field but scored 10 of his 15 free throws, along with four rebounds and four assists. "This is what you get when these two teams face each other", said Coleman Coach Jeff Bronson. "A lot of intensity, everyone knows everyone and it's basically who can have the ball go in the most and tonight we were fortunate that that was us."

Tieg Sadowski was 4-6 from the field and finished with 13 points, and Logan Kurth had 11 points on 3-9 shooting. Eli Zablocki scored seven and Joe Olsen added six, all from the free throw line. Olsen led Coleman with seven rebounds.

The 3-point shot really boosted the Cougars' cause, as they made nine of their 16 attempts in the game, compared to the Wolverines, who missed all 11 of their 3-point attempts. "We caught Crivitz on a good night," said Bronson. "I don't think they shoot that poorly most of the year. When we see them again I don't expect them to have that kind of a shooting performance inside. They had some really good looks that just rolled out."

Coleman also went 23-36 at the free throw line. Crivitz was 13-26.

Crivitz was led by Tegan Werner, who went 8-12 shooting, as well as 6-11 from the free throw line. He secured a team-high 11 rebounds. "Teagan played well and we played hard as a team but it's frustrating," said Crivitz coach Jeff Baumann.

Sean Christiansen scored 10 points (5-10 FG) and Seth Sellen made three of four shot attempts to finish with six points. "We didn't shoot the ball well at all," Baumann said. "Unfortunately we gave up eight threes again and that been a little bit of a problem for us and we have to get that fixed."

"We played hard but we didn't play very well and you have to give Coleman credit," Baumann said. "They are athletic and big and we have to show up and we didn't and that's because of them, it wasn't by accident."



Marines Jump to Early

Lead and Don't

Look Back in Win

Over Panthers


The Marinette Marines were clicking on all cylinders in an 85-58 win over Oconto Falls on Monday night.

The Marines started the game on an 8-0 run, with Keegan Polomis scoring five of the eight points. By the 12-minute mark in the first half, the lead was 18-3 on a 3-pointer by Jake Sommerfeldt.

At halftime, Marinette led 46-22, and it never got much closer than that. Oconto Falls' offense was a little better in the second half, but they weren't able to close the gap. The Marines' biggest lead of the second half was 31.

Sommerfeldt led Marinette in scoring. In his 25 minutes, he scored 21 points, making five of his 10 shots from the field, including four of six 3-pointers, and all seven of his free throws.

The Marines went 28-59 from the field, 13-28 from 3-point range, and 16-17 from the free throw line.

"I think that was one of our best games offensively," Marinette coach Matt Joost said. "We cut hard, we got open shots, we didn't take any bad shots really - only one or two that I kind of looked at like "that might not have been a great shot,' but basically the entire time, we ran our offense the way we know we can. It flowed really, really well."

The Marines also grabbed eight offensive rebounds and hurt the Panthers on the glass.

"I don't feel like they missed many, and when they did I felt like they got the rebound," Panthers coach Aaron Zepnick said. "We talked about holding the other team to zero second-chance points and being one-and-done but if you just physically can't" Our size is something I knew would be our weakness, and when they shoot it well and we don't close out well and rebound well, it's a recipe for disaster. We had kids in foul trouble in the first half."

Marinette had 11 players enter the game. Sam Sommerfeldt finished with 16 points on 5-10 shooting, Carson Erdman went 5-9 and scored 13 with six rebounds, and Polomis scored 11 on 4-10 shooting, with seven rebounds and five assists, both team highs.

Cale Ducane and Braden Bizelle each scored nine points.

"We got in some foul trouble in the first half and we played through it. Our depth really helped us tonight," Joost said. "Contributions from everybody who went into the game, we had all 11 guys get in tonight, so that was great."

For Oconto Falls, Caden Birr made five of seven 3-pointers and scored 15 points. Jake Sager was 4-5 for 10 points and Noah Hirst scored 10, with six coming at the free throw line.

Isaac Raddatz scored eight points to go with eight rebounds.

The loss pushed Oconto Falls' losing streak to 16, as they're winless since November 30.

Zepnick said he knew that the Panthers would be in a rebuilding stage, and they just need to focus on one possession at a time.

"Adversity is something that we talk about, having the ability to control your response," he said. "We didn't do so well tonight in that department. We'll be a track team for a little bit tomorrow in practice because of that, but we've got one message at a time: concentrate on what we can control and controlling our response."

Marinette is now 6-14, with wins in two of their last three. They face Clintonville and Little Chute in the next week, both of which are 8-6 in North Eastern Conference play.



Rangers Rally

for Convincing

Win Over Cavaliers


Coming into Tuesday night's matchup with Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy, Wausaukee coach Jon Betts was focusing on two things: putting pressure on the Cavalier ball handlers and getting the ball to Layne Rowley. His team did both very well in a 52-29 win.

It didn't necessarily start off that way, as STAA led early, taking a 12-6 lead on a bucket from Ethan Braley. From that point, however, Wausaukee would go on a 9-0 run to take the lead. They would never relinquish it from that point on.

Betts said the first five or six minutes were "frustrating," but his team figured things out pretty quickly.

"This isn't the kind of game we want to play. We don't want to go out there and play a game of H-O-R-S-E because we've got a guy they can't stop inside," he said. "Then they just started hitting a couple shots, which is nice. They gathered themselves and got things together and made it happen."

STAA kept things close until it was 18-19, at which point Wausaukee scored 13 straight to take a 32-18 lead, punctuated by a Rowley basket just before half.

Rowley finished the first half with 20 points, outscoring STAA by himself. He would score 24 in the game.

"He's been playing like a beast lately, so I didn't think they would have much of an answer for him, and you've got to take advantage of that," Betts said.

Their run continued into the second half, with Wausaukee scoring the first eight of the period. The Cavalier point guards were feeling that pressure in the second half, and the game would finish with a 23-point Ranger advantage.

Kayden Suennen scored eight for Wausaukee as well.

"Wins are tough to come by, and they feel good," Betts said. "We've got a pretty young group, and they're working their way. Our goal is just to keep getting better."

STAA's Braley scored 15, 11 in the first half. Calvin Peters scored six and Blake Dedamos scored five. The Cavaliers were shorthanded, with a few players sick in the last week.

"Everyone's been sick the last week, but they know that's not really an excuse for how we played tonight, because it's always next man up, but we were down a few people," STAA coach Jack Farley said. "We couldn't really take the lid off the basket tonight, but they were full-court pressuring all game, and we haven't seen a whole lot of that. It's another learning experience for us."



Badgers Pressure

Their Way to Win

Over Cavaliers


Niagara's press proved a bit too much for Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy to handle in a 64-29 Badgers win Thursday.

The Badgers brought out a couple of different press defenses, including a switch at halftime that gave STAA some troubles.

The Badgers led 36-13 at halftime, and came out to score 21 of the first 25 second-half points.

"We came out a little sluggish but then we got "er in gear and basically played much harder after we got things going," Niagara coach Terry Youren said. "We ran a couple different presses and we switched the press up. At halftime when we went to a different press, they had a lot of difficulty with it, and then the game kind of got out of control, but the fun part is we got to play a lot of players."

Tommy Martin led Niagara with 21 points. Ed Swanson scored 11, Aiden Colsenso scored eight, and Logan Weber added six.

Nicholas Krueger and Mason Richtig each scored five, while Blake Holmes and T Coolbaugh scored three each. Ross Shampo scored two.

For STAA, Teagan Anderson's 18 points were the bulk of the Cavaliers' scoring.

Coach Jack Farley said turnovers killed his team on the night.

"In the half court, our defense wasn't bad, but if you give up layup after layup, it's going to turn out like this," he said. "They got their hands on a lot of balls out there and made it tough for us, but there were times where we started to get the ball to the middle, kicked it out and worked, but it's a young team. They're learning as they go, we just have to make smarter decisions with the basketball."



Blue Devils Battle

Through a Rough

Shooting Night to

Beat Vikings


Oconto put up 75 shots Monday and needed every one on a tough shooting night against Gibraltar, but the Blue Devils slipped past the Vikings 66-59.

As a team, Oconto went 27-75 (36%), including 3-14 from 3-point range (21%). The Blue Devils also made two of eight free throws (25%).

Carter Koch led them in scoring with 18 points, including 2-8 on 3-pointers. He had five rebounds in the game.

Christian Koch scored 11, and both Kadin Baxter and Luke Krueger scored 10.

Baxter's five assists were a team-high. His three steals tied Braeden Shallow for the team lead as well. Krueger had nine rebounds.





Cougars Stay Perfect

in Conference With

Win Over Tigers


Coleman defeated Gillett 59-41 to extend its M&O Conference record to 13-0.

Coleman got 13 from Noah Nosgovitz and 12 from Logan Kurth. Eli Zablocki and Joe Olsen scored nine and eight, respectively, with Olsen scoring all of his points in the first half and Zablock getting seven of his nine in the second half.

Gillett's Jesse DeBauch scored 16, 14 of which came in the second half. That was all but nine of the Tigers' points in the period. Ben Matczak scored 13 for the game.

Jack Baer and Aydin Franti each scored six to round out the Gillett scoring, as just four Tigers scored in the game



Wildcats Get Offensive

in Win Over White Lake


Lena dismantled the White Lake defense in the second half of a 70-47 win Tuesday night.

The Wildcats actually trailed 27-24 at the midway point in the game, but they exploded for 46 points and held a 26-point second half advantage.

Max Beyer finished the game with 19 points to pace the Wildcat scorers. Logan Shallow got 17, Reed Hosking scored 10, and Sidney Sylvester finished with eight.

Bladyn Anderson and Tyler Shallow scored six and five, respectively.



Big Second Half Pushes

Peshtigo Past Algoma


Peshtigo remains at the top of the Packerland Conference after a 66-42 win over Algoma on Tuesday.

The Bulldogs blew out Algoma in the second half. At the midway point, Peshtigo led 36-29, but the second half wasn't as close, with Peshtigo holding Algoma to just 13 points.

As a team, Algoma shot 14-46 (30%) from the field, while Peshtigo was 25-50 (50%).

Peshtigo also had a 39-16 advantage rebounding the ball, led by Kaine Fort, who had 12 rebounds to go with nine points.

Landon Lemke had a game-high 21 points on 8-18 shooting, also securing six rebounds.

Mauz Salem scored eight (3-4 FG), Jacob Berth had seven (3-3 FG), and Christian Boyle had seven (3-4 FG). Adam Reiswitz scored five, making both of his field goals.

For Algoma, Carter Zimmerman had 19 points on 6-17 shooting.



Cougars Run Away

From Rangers in

M&O Matchup


Coleman picked up a 78-18 win over Wausaukee on Thursday, with 10 different scorers getting in on the action offensively.

Tieg Sadowski made an efficient 10 of 12 shots from the field and led all scorers with 20 points, along with six rebounds and four steals.

As a team, Coleman had 29 steals, with Evan Hockers' seven the highest of any individual player. Hockers had six rebounds and eight points as well.

Alex Rennie finished with 16 points (7-11 FG, 2-3 3PT) and Logan Kurth scored 15 points (5-11 FG, 2-2 FT, 3-4 3PT). Each had three steals.

Noah Nosgovitz scored five points and Eli Zablocki scored four. Joe Olsen, Mitchell VanDeWalle, Trent Mongin, and Liam Zeitler each made at least one bucket as well.

Wausaukee's Danny Suennen and Layne Rowley scored six points each.

At halftime, Coleman led 41-7.



Crivitz Scorers Hit Often

to Defeat Oneida Nation


The Crivitz Wolverines kept their foot on the gas to defeat Oneida Nation 79-37 on Thursday night.

Sean Christiansen was the game's top scorer, pouring in 20 points on 10-14 shooting.

Tegan Werner went 813 from the field and led Crivitz in both rebounding (seven) and steals (eight).

Brady Tadisch was very efficient as well, scoring 13 points on 6-7 shooting. Seth Sellen and Kaden Klaver had six points apiece, and Jackson Flowers scored five.

Oneida Nation's top scorer was Ethan Danforth. He finished with eight Thunderhawk points.



Oconto Cruises to

Win Over Algoma


Oconto defeated Algoma on Friday night by a 61-47 score.

The Blue Devils led 25-24 at halftime before pulling away in the second half.

Luke Krueger and Kadin Baxter had 15 and 14 points, respectively. Christian and Carter Koch posted 10 and nine, and Jackson Martin got five.

Krueger posted a team-high 13 rebounds in the win. Carter Koch led the team with four assists.

Algoma's Carter Zimmerman led the Wolves with 13.



Panthers Drop

Match to Lux-Casco


Oconto Falls' Caden Birr made seven 3-pointers in a losing effort against Luxemburg-Casco on Thursday.

Birr attempted 12 shots in the game, all of them from beyond the 3-point line. He finished with 21 points to lead all scorers.

The Panthers would fall short, 81-59, after a 48-point second half barrage by the Spartan offense, led by Peyton Mrotek, who scored 20 points in the game to lead his team.

As a team, Lux-Casco was 30-63 from the field and 11-12 from the free throw line. The Panthers were 22-53 from the field and 5-6 on free throws. Both teams went 10-23 from downtown.

Lux-Casco held a big rebounding advantage, hauling in 38 to the Panthers' 19.

The Panthers' Isaac Raddatz also scored 14 on 6-12 shooting (2-2 3PT) and Thomas Carmody was 5-7 from the field and finished with 12 points. Braden Vandermoss added five.

The halftime score was 33-23 Lux-Casco.



Second Half Push

Gives Gillett a 57-55

Win Over Lena


Gillett escaped with a 57-55 road win over Lena on Thursday after a late second-half surge.

The teams battled back and forth throughout the first half, and Gillett took a 28-20 lead into halftime. In the second half, the two teams were tied at 33 before Lena went on a little run to take a 46-37 lead.

With time running out, the Wildcats still clung to a 55-50 advantage, but Gillett scored seven unanswered points to come away with a 57-55 victory.

Ben Matczak scored a game-high 18 points, making five of nine 3-pointers to boost his scoring. Jack Baer was 5-10 from the field and scored 13 points, Aydin Franti was 4-9 from the field and scored nine, and Jesse DeBauch scored eight.

Franti led all players with seven assists and Austin VandeCorput's eight rebounds were a game-high.

Lena's Max Beyer scored 16 points, making 6-13 field goals and 4-7 3-pointers. He led the Wildcats with seven rebounds.

Logan Shallow and Jacob Belongia scored eight apiece and Reed Hosking had seven.



Short's Double Double

Gives Denmark Win

Over Marinette


A Donavan Short double-double helped Denmark to a 71-57 win over Marinette on Thursday.

Short scored 30 points on 13-20 shooting, also stepping up to the line and making four of his five free throw attempts. He led all players with 12 rebounds and three blocks.

Denmark also got 13 points on 6-7 shooting from Hayden Konkol and 11 points on 5-7 shooting from Cayden DeGrave. As a team, the Vikings made 30 of their 50 shot attempts (60%). They were 1-8 (12.5%) shooting from 3-point range.

Marinette was 19-61 as a team, including 11-29 from the 3-point line.

Sam Sommerfeldt's 17 points led the way. He made five of his 10 3-pointers. Jake Sommerfeldt and Carson Erdman each made three field goals and scored 10 points on the night.

Keegan Polomis scored eight points and had a game-high five assists. Erdman led Marinette with nine rebounds.





Bulldogs Rebound

Their Way to Win Over

Hot Shooting Clippers


Peshtigo picked up a 76-68 win on Friday despite an efficient shooting display by Sturgeon Bay.

Sturgeon Bay ended the game shooting 25-50 from the field (50%), including 13-25 (52%) from 3-point range.

Peshtigo was 29-62 (46%) from the field and 5-22 (22%) from beyond the arc, but the Bulldogs got eight more points than Sturgeon Bay at the free throw line, where they went 13-24.

Kaine Fort had arguably his best offensive game as a Bulldog, scoring 25 points on 10-15 shooting and making five of seven free throw attempts.

Landon Lemke was 5-10 for 14 points and Collin Engman posted a double-double, with 10 rebounds and 10 points.

Peshtigo held a big 35-13 rebounding advantage, including 16 offensive rebounds to their opponents' three. Engman got six of his 10 rebounds on the offensive end, and Fort had seven rebounds, three offensively.

Will McMahon scored eight points for Peshtigo as well. Christian Boyle scored five and had a team-high six assists.

Sturgeon Bay's top scorer was Preston Newton, who went 11-15 from the field (4-5 3PT) and scored 29 points.


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