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Bulldogs Retake Top Spot With Win Over Storm

Issue Date: February 16, 2022

Area Boys Basketball

Peshtigo picked up a massive Packerland Conference victory over Kewaunee on Tuesday that pushed the Bulldogs into the conference lead.

The Bulldogs won 70-60 to drop Kewaunee's record to 10-3 and improve their own record to 11-3. Peshtigo has two games remaining, at home to Green Bay NEW Lutheran (9-3 Packerland) on Friday and on the road at Oconto (6-7 Packerland) on Monday, Feb. 21.

Kewaunee faces Sevastopol (0-12 Packerland), Southern Door (10-3 Packerland) and Sturgeon Bay (5-8 Packerland) to end the year.

In Tuesday's win, the two teams battled tough throughout the first half. Every time Peshtigo would build a little bit of a lead, the Storm clawed right back.

"The first half was back and forth most of the time. Both teams were playing good defense," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "We got a little bit of a lead - five, six points - and then they would force us to turn it over again."

In the second half, Peshtigo extended its lead to as much as 13, but late in the game, the Bulldogs were up just two before pulling away for the 10-point victory.

Kewaunee's pressure helped them peel away Peshtigo's leads and hang around throughout the game.

"That's the way Kewaunee plays. They trap, they press, they put pressure on you, and they want you to make mistakes. I thought we did an excellent job in the second half taking care of the basketball in the backcourt and running our stuff in the frontcourt and getting what we wanted, easy shots under the hoop," Boucher said. "When we take our shots inside, we're tough to stop with Collin Engman there and Kaine Fort, even Landon Lemke, who played mostly under the hoop tonight. We took care of the basketball and did what we had to do in the second half to win."

Lemke was 8-13 from the field and 6-9 from the free throw line to finish with 23 points. Fort was 5-11 for 12 points and Mauz Salem scored 12 on 3-6 shooting with 5-6 free throws.

Engman scored seven (3-4 FG) with 10 rebounds and Christian Boyle had eight on a 4-6 shooting night.

Cameron Cullen and Anthony Jerabek scored 15 apiece for Kewaunee. Cullen was 6-18 shooting, and Benjamin Heim, another of Kewaunee's top players, scored nine on 3-14 shooting.

"Defensively, I thought we were tremendous tonight. We played good defense without fouling, we made [Cullen] and [Heim] take tough shots when they did take them," Boucher said. "It's been a constant all year: our guys played so hard tonight like they do every night, and I'm happy for them. We got a big win tonight in Kewaunee."



Bulldogs Cruise to

Win Over Tigers


Peshtigo picked up a comfortable 68-48 win over Gillett on Saturday.

The Bulldogs came out strong and took a 20-2 lead early. At halftime, the lead was 37-9.

Peshtigo's boys had to wait through several games on a Saturday before taking the floor, but they still came out with a lot of energy.

"I thought from the start of the game, we came out with a lot of energy. It's hard on a Saturday, especially today was a little different," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "We had to sit through almost three games before we played, and we were here for almost five hours, but I thought to start the game, my guys did a pretty good job of getting ready, and getting ready to play early."

Peshtigo's reserves played most of the second half, but before they left the game, Collin Engman got a dunk in and finished with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

Peshtigo's size, with Engman and Kaine Fort, gave Gillett problems, as did Peshtigo's transition defense.

"They're so big, our kids were just intimidated. We don't see that kind of size. Some Division 3 colleges don't have that kind of size. They are big," Gillett coach Russ Young said. "Peshtigo is very good in transition and our defense wasn't good enough to stop them in transition. Really, more than anything, that hurt us in the first half."

Landon Beyer scored 11 on 4-6 shooting, and Landon Lemke got 10 on 4-9 shooting.

Christian Boyle scored eight, Will McMahon and Adam Reiswitz scored six each, and Jacob Berth had five.

Gillett's Ben Matczak scored 14 on 6-8 shooting. Aydin Franti scored 10, Jack Baer had nine, and Austin Vandecorput scored eight.

"We played a much better second half against a lot of his reserves. They're a really good ballclub, and it was a good chance for our kids to see what it's going to take to get to the next level," Long said. "And it was a good chance for his reserves to get in a meaningful contest where they had to do some work, so it was a great night for both teams."



Peshtigo Comes Up

One Point Short

in Loss to Gibraltar


Peshtigo and Gibraltar fought tooth and nail to the end of Thursday's Packerland Conference matchup, which ended in a 49-48 Vikings win.

Neither team ever led by more than five points in the game up until the final whistle, and there were two lead changes in the final 25 seconds alone.

With less than 25 seconds on the clock, Peshtigo's Landon Lemke drove to the basket and scored to give his team a 48-47 lead. Gibraltar immediately came down and scored on the other end, but the Vikings left time on the clock for Peshtigo to grab the win.

The Bulldogs called timeout and drew up an out of bounds play. They got the look they wanted, but it didn't fall. Two offensive rebounds and two more shots later, the Bulldogs still trailed 49-48 as the final buzzer sounded.

"I thought our guys executed well in the last 30 seconds. We called a timeout, they did what we asked, and it didn't go our way," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "We got the shots that we wanted and tonight they just didn't fall."

Peshtigo finished the game 20-55 from the field to Gibraltar's 17-43. The Vikings made 11-14 free throws. Boucher said the Bulldogs missed a few shots they could have made to change the outcome of the game, but he was proud of his team's effort.

"It was back-and-forth all night. Pretty hard-fought game between two teams," he said. "Tonight, we missed a lot of bunnies that ended up costing us at the end, but I'm proud of my guys. They played their tails off tonight, but it just didn't go our way at the end."

Gibraltar is one of only a few teams that can match Peshtigo's size, but the Bulldogs still had a 39-23 advantage on the boards.

Collin Engman had 10 rebounds to lead Peshtigo and Kaine Fort had eight. The duo also had seven and eight points, respectively. Christian Boyle led Peshtigo with 16 points on 6-9 shooting.

Sammuel Lindenberg led all scorers, making eight of 21 shot attempts, including three of 10 3-pointers, and scoring 21 points.



Coleman Defeats

STAA in Blowout


Coleman got a blowout win over Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy on Friday, 72-17.

Evan Hockers (8-15 FG) and Alex Rennie (7-9 FG) each scored 16 points in the game for Coleman. Eli Zablocki made all four of his field goals and his only free throw to finish with nine points, and both Trent Mongin and Liam Zeitler went 4-6 to score eight. Mitchell VanDeWalle had seven and Logan Kurth scored six.

Mongin's five assists and Zeitler's six rebounds were Coleman's best.

Ethan Braley scored 11 of STAA's 11 points.



Marines Battle

Clintonville in 9

Point Loss


Marinette came close against Clintonville on Thursday but ended up losing 53-44.

The Marines trailed 28-23 at halftime, and couldn't get the necessary offensive push to close the gap in the second half.

Jake Sommerfeldt was an efficient 6-10 from the field (4-8 from 3-point range) to score 16 points.

As a team, Marinette went 18-39, including 6-19 from 3-point range. Dominic Smerchek scored eight on a 4-7 night, and Keegan Polomis scored seven (3-6 FG).

Clintonville got up 50 shots and made 19. The Truckers forced 19 Marinette turnovers, while turning the ball over just six times themselves.



Lena Takes Solid

Win Over Oneida

Nation 63-59


Lena's Max Beyer and Logan Shallow combined for 47 points in a 63-59 win over Oneida Nation on Friday.

The duo never left the game, playing all 36 minutes. Beyer was the team's leader with 25 points. He went 5-14 from the field, making three of his 10 3-pointers, while getting to the line 15 times and making 12. He also had a game-high nine rebounds.

Shallow was 6-11 from the field and 3-5 from deep to score 22 points. He was also a frequent visitor to the free throw line, making all seven of his attempts.

Bladyn Anderson also scored nine points in 22 minutes.

Ethan Danforth's 26 points paced Oneida Nation. He got to the line often and made all nine of his attempts, also going 7-15 from the field. Only five players scored for Oneida Nation, with four of them in double figures: Chaske Jacobs scored 11, while Evander Danforth and Easton Laster scored 10 apiece.



Badgers Drop

Match to Elcho


Niagara lost 81-50 to Elcho on Tuesday.

Elcho got 22 points from Chase Novak, while John Slowik and Seth Schuett dropped 16 and 15, respectively. Logan Raith had 11.

After the non-conference road loss, Niagara finishes up the season with two more conference games against Suring on Thursday, Feb. 17 and Lena on Thursday, Feb. 24, and one non-conference matchup against Florence on Monday, Feb. 21.



Coleman Keeps

Perfect With Tight

Win Over Bonduel


Coleman kept things rolling with a 63-59 nonconference win over Bonduel on Monday.

The win extended Coleman's winning streak to nine. The Cougars' last loss came more than a month ago, a 60-32 loss against Peshtigo on Jan. 15.

Bonduel presented a tough test for Coleman, and the Bears led 34-30 after 18 minutes. Reece Stoltenow scored 19 points, while Charlie Tauchen and Jon Sell each had 11 in the game for Bonduel.

Coleman's leading scorer was Tieg Sadowski, who finished with 17 points. Noah Nosgovitz added 15, and Logan Kurth had nine.

Evan Hockers and Eli Zablocki chipped in seven apiece as well



Escanaba Gets Win

Over Menominee in

3rd Match of Season


Menominee experienced a disappointing 57-42 Tuesday night at the hands of Escanaba.

The first two times the teams played, Menominee won 77-44 and 65-62, but this time, Escanaba came out ready to play.

The Eskymos led 16-14 after one quarter, with Colin Hudson hitting a shot to break a 14-14 tie. After two quarters, Escanaba led 35-26.

Hudson finished with a game-high 21 points, nine of them in the first quarter.

By the end of three quarters, it was 50-35, and both teams scored just seven points apiece in the final period.

The matchup won't have any impact on the Great Northern Conference standings, as it was the teams' third matchup, but the loss will still leave a sour taste in the Maroons' mouth.

Menominee has four more games left before playoffs begin in March.

"Credit Escanaba for coming out with a little bit of fight, but like I told our seniors, "you guys have been through way too many battles to lay a game like this out there, and if you do it again in March, it's over,'" Menominee coach Sam Larson said.

Menominee's Aidan Bellisle scored 16 points. He was the only Maroon to score more than seven points. Larson said the Maroons' entire offensive attack wasn't up to their usual standard.

"What was our offensive strategy throughout our entire time here? It was basically "run around and jack up threes.' There was no attack in the first half, we didn't do anything aggressive in the first half. We just kind of passed it around, and whoever's chance it was to jack up a three at that time, we took it," he said. "It's just not what we do, and it's puzzling at times to try and figure out, I don't understand how that happens, because it's almost the opposite of everything we preach. It's sad to see, but I told them, "ingest this, swallow this, and remember it, because if this happens in March, you're done.' Now we can learn from something and hopefully take that to heart and be a better version of ourselves going forward."

Cooper Conway scored seven points, and Brady Schultz and Brady Badker had five each.



Gillett Posts Win Behind

Matczak and Franti's 32


Gillette's Ben Matczak and Aydin Franti combined for 32 points in a 49-43 win over Niagara on Friday.

Matczak made all five of his 3-point attempts and Franti was 3-8 from behind the arc. Franti also dished out a team-high four assists.

Jack Baer had eight rebounds to lead the team and Jesse DeBauch had 10 points.

Niagara's Aiden Colenso poured in 21 points, but it wasn't enough to put his team in front. Ed Swanson scored six and Logan Weber added six.



Oconto Falls Drops

Contest to Waupaca


Waupaca had two 20-point scorers in a 79-58 win over Oconto Falls on Thursday.

Bryce Boldt and Evan Bogard scored 20 and 21, respectively, to push their team past Oconto Falls.

In total, Waupaca shot the ball 72 times from the field, including 36 3-point shots. Oconto Falls shot 57 times, with Braden Vandermoss scoring 12 to lead the team. He made four of six 3-pointers and also recorded a team-high nine rebounds.

Noah Hirst scored 10 on 4-6 shooting, Thomas Carmody had seven, and both Jeff Birtues and Kody Vorpahl scored six points.



Pecore's 34 Helps

Defeat Wausaukee


Wausaukee couldn't contain Gresham's Lukas Pecore in an 86-55 loss on Friday.

Pecore made 13 of 24 shots from the field, including 7-16 3-pointers, to score 34 points.

Belasaire Vele and Corbin Welch scored 17 and 13 for Gresham as well.

Layne Rowley and Danny Suennen scored 16 and 14 for Wausaukee, respectively. Griffin Russ added eight.



Rebels Keep Wausaukee

Out of Win Column 69-44


Wabeno/Laona rode a 43-13 halftime lead to a 69-44 win over Wausaukee on Monday.

Connor Taylor was explosive offensively, scoring 29 points to lead all scorers. Reed Christianson added 19 to the Rebels' total as well.

It was the second straight game that Wausaukee had allowed an individual player to put up a big number against them after allowing 34 to Lukas Pecore of Gresham on Friday.

Layne Rowley's 12 paced the Rangers. Lyllan Thoreson and Danny Suennen scored six points apiece and Kayden Suennen had five.

The Rangers will look to bounce back, but they'll have three difficult opponents to do it against, as they face Lena, Oneida Nation and Crivitz to end the season.

The trio are 7-6, 7-6, and 12-1 in M&O Conference play, respectively.



Storm Set Down

Oconto 78-53


Kewaunee got up 71 shots and made 30 in a 78-53 win over Oconto on Thursday.

The Storm out-shot the Blue Devils by a 71-53 margin. Oconto did get to the free throw line 20 times to Kewaunee's 10, but they finished just 9-20 from the line.

Kewaunee had four players finish in double figure scoring for the game, led by 16 from Cameron Cullen.

Oconto's leading scorers were Christian Koch and Kadin Baxter, who scored 12 points apiece.

Koch had six rebounds and five assists, and BAxter had seven rebounds with two assists.

Cooper Campshure, Luke Krueger, and Braeden Shallow scored seven points apiece. Krueger's 10 rebounds led the Blue Devils.



Tough Wolverine Squad

Too Much for Suring


Crivitz dominated for 36 minutes in a 73-17 win over Suring on Friday night.

A trio of efficient scoring nights from Brady Tadisch, Seth Sellen, and Sean Christiansen helped propel the Wolverines.

Tadisch scored 16 on 8-11 shooting, Christiansen made six of his seven field goals and scored 15, and Sellen was 7-11 for 14 points.

Sam Lieuwen scored eight and Tegan Werner added seven.

Maxwell Yancy and Ethan Lally scored eight and seven, respectively, for Suring.


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