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Coleman/Crivitz Share M&O Conference Title

Issue Date: March 3, 2022

Area Boys Basketball

Crivitz Secures Share

of M&O Conference

Title in Win

Over Wausaukee


Crivitz left little doubt that it would claim a share of the M&O Conference title with a dominant win over Wausaukee on Thursday.

The Wolverines needed a win over the Rangers, who finished the M&O season with a 1-15 record, to tie Coleman atop the M&O. From the opening tip, the Wolverines were cruising. They took a 12-0 lead in quick order, with Kaden Spalding hitting a 3-pointer to seal the run. Wausaukee then got on the board with a Layne Rowley basket, but it would be the only points the Rangers would score in the first half, as Crivitz finished the half on a 33-0 run, capped with a Dillan Gehm shot just before the buzzer.

The second half was more of the same, with the conference title share in the bag.

"We just knew we had to get the business done," Crivitz sophomore Tegan Werner said. "We got cut short last year, so just to come here and share [the conference title] is a blessing."

Crivitz shot 32-60 from the field to coast to an 83-13 win.

Werner was 7-9 overall and 5-7 on free throws to score a team-high 20. Seth Sellen scored 12, and Sean Christiansen had 11. Brady Tadisch had 10, Dillan Gehm scored eight, and both Spalding and Kaden Klaver scored six.

The Wolverines lost to Coleman on Feb. 5, 67-53, but since that loss, they've been red hot.

They've beaten every team they've played, including five wins by 20 or more points. A 72-52 win over Coleman on Feb. 17 was the standout.

"It feels good. It's a lot better feeling than what could have happened had we not turned it around a little bit in the last week or two. The guys worked hard," Crivitz coach Jeff Baumann said. "I've told them all year, it's probably the most pleasant group I've ever coached. There's no fighting with each other, they all get along with each other really well, the parents have been great. It's just been a stress-free year. The only stress has been if we lose a game that I thought we should win, but that's competitive stress. There hasn't been any outside stress, and that's very nice. It's been a very enjoyable season. They work hard."

And the players work hard for Baumann.

"It really means everything, because that's all we've wanted to do for Mr. Baumann is win him a conference championship," Gehm said after the win over Wausaukee. "That meant everything for us, from coming in in the mornings every morning to practice and shoot free throws and staying after. That first loss to Coleman just pushed us to get our heads in it."

The Wolverines entered the playoffs as a No. 6 seed in Division 4.



Wolverines Post Tourney

Win Over Crandon


The Crivitz Wolverines didn't play their cleanest game of all time in a 67-29 win over Crandon on Tuesday, but in the end, it was still a commanding win.

The Wolverines started out sloppy. They were playing hard, but they weren't playing clean, Crivitz coach Jeff Baumann said.

Crandon handled every punch that the Wolverines threw early on and trailed just 17-14 early. Fouls hurt Crivitz, as the Wolverines committed 12 first-half fouls and turned the ball over too many times for Baumann's liking.

Despite this, they went on 12-2 run to lead 41-22 at halftime, with Cashton Mertens scoring four of their last six points.

Sean Christiansen had a massive first half, scoring 18 points. He finished the game with 26 points.

"Sean is pretty hard to stop down on that baseline. He plays hard and he gets after it," Baumann said.

He also credited Jackson Flowers, who scored six first-half points, for his performance. Four Wolverine starters were on the bench with two fouls, and Flowers stepped up.

"Jackson Flowers had a terrific first half. He was huge for us in the first half, because I had four starters on the bench with two fouls, so he came in and did a really nice job," Baumann said.

Brady Tadisch scored nine points, all in the second half, and Tegan Werner had 10 points, nine of which came in the second half.

"The second half, I was very happy with," Baumann said. "The first half, I was happy with how hard we came out and played - that's as hard as we've played all year, but we've got to play smart, too, because the team we're playing on Friday, we're not going to be able to be sloppy like that. They can play, and nothing against Crandon, but if we foul like that, we're going to be in trouble."

That team Baumann is referring to is No. 3 Saint Mary Catholic.

Saint Mary Catholic posted a 15-9 regular season record and finished third in the Big East - North.

The Zephyrs can score in bunches, as they averaged 76.7 points per game as a team this season, including 12 games of 80 or more points.

That electric offensive pace can also allow their opponents to put in a lot of points as well, as they've allowed 80 or more on six occasions.

That game takes place at Saint Mary Catholic at 7 p.m. Friday. The winner faces either No. 7 Shiocton or No. 2 Coleman on Saturday.



Coleman Posts Non-

Conference Win

Over Lourdes Academy


Coleman got its final tune-up for playoff competition with a non-conference game against Lourdes Academy on Thursday.

The Cougars finished with a 75-67 loss. Lourdes led 41-38 at halftime. The second half was a bit lower scoring.

Noah Nosgovitz scored 22 points to pace the Cougars. Logan Kurth got 15, and Eli Zablocki finished with nine. Joe Olsen scored seven.

Lourdes' Jack Seibold scored 26, 10 of which came on free throws, to lead all scorers. Dominic Kane scored 19 as well.

Lourdes was 27-55 from the field in the game.



Oneida Nation Bags

Regional Victory

Over Wausaukee


Wausaukee hung around against Oneida in a 65-43 loss on Wednesday.

At halftime, the Rangers were down just six, 22-16, seeking their third win of the season, but whatever the Oneida Nation coaching staff drew up offensively in the second half worked.

The Thunderhawks scored 43 points in the second half and ran away with a 22-point win.

Chaske Jacobs (15), Ethan Danforth (14) and Marqus Thayer (12) each hit double figures for Oneida Nation.

Wausaukee's Layne Rowley scored 22 points in the loss and led all scorers, but no other Ranger scored more than four points in the game.



Panthers Progress With

Win Over Mustangs


Oconto Falls dispatched its fellow North Eastern Conference team Little Chute by a 52-24 score in the first round of regionals on Wednesday, Feb. 23.

The Panthers came in as the No. 6 seed, with Little Chute the No. 11 seed after going 1-17 in NEC play and 1-22 overall. Oconto Falls was 11-7 in NEC play and 15-11 overall.

The win earned Oconto Falls a date with No. 3 Xavier in Amherst on Saturday.



Tigers End

Regular Season

With Win Over Suring


Gillett clinched a winning record in M&O Conference play with a 54-41 win over Suring on Thursday.

The Tigers were 10-14 overall, but in M&O play, they went 9-7, good for fifth in the conference. Suring finished 5-11.

Gillett's Jesse DeBauch led his team in the scoring column with 20 points. Ben Matczak scored 16 and added 13 rebounds and five assists.

Aydin Franti scored nine to go with four rebounds and a team-high seven assists.

Of the Tigers' 21 made field goals, 16 came off assists, and the team committed just six turnovers.



Wildcats Wrap Up

Regular Season With

Win Over Niagara


Lena finished third in the M&O Conference with a 65-34 win over Niagara on Thursday.

The Wildcats finished the regular season 10-6 in conference play and 13-10 overall, led by Max Beyer, who has averaged 23.6 points per game on the season.

Thursday was no different, as Beyer dumped in 39 points on 14-18 shooting, just one point off his season high of 40 scored against Oneida Nation on Jan. 7. He made 10 of his 14 attempts from beyond the arc.

The last time he faced Niagara on Jan. 18, he scored 35 points on 12-24 shooting, so Niagara coach Terry Youren was well aware of what Beyer can do when he gets hot.

"Great player," Youren said. "Probably the best shooting guard in the conference."

As a team, Lena was 12-23 from 3-point range and 24-50 from the field. Logan Shallow scored 11 and Lane Whiting had eight.

"Lena shot the lights out tonight," Youren said. "We tried many different things with no success."

For Niagara, Tommy Martin scored 12, while Aiden Colenso and Logan Weber had nine apiece.



STAA Takes Loss

to Oneida Nation


The Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy M&O Conference season wrapped up with a 79-30 loss to Oneida Nation on Thursday.

The Cavaliers took a 10-game losing streak into playoff competition.

In Oneida's 49-point win Thursday night, Ethan Danforth led his team to victory with 15 points. Marqus Thayer and Chaske Jacobs scored 12 each.



Panthers Take

Loss to FVL


Oconto Falls' regular season ended with an 81-31 loss to Fox Valley Lutheran on Thursday.

FVL's Josiah Butler led all scorers with 31 points on 11-17 shooting. He also led the Foxes with seven rebounds and three assists.

For Oconto Falls, Carter Hill had seven points. Braden Vandermoss and Thomas Camody scored five each.

FVL led 48-23 at halftime and carried a 33-8 advantage in the second period.



Blue Devils End Season

With Win, Defeat

Sevastopol


Oconto wrapped up regular season play with a 77-30 defeat of Sevastopol on Thursday.

Luke Krueger scored 16 points and grabbed a walloping 23 rebounds in Oconto's win. He was 8-14 from the field with six assists as well.

Kadin Baxter had 14 points on 7-12 shooting with five rebounds and three steals, Will Jendenski scored 12 on 4-8 shooting with six rebounds, and Jackson Martin was 3-7 for 10 points, with four rebounds and six assists.

Cooper Campshure scored nine with four assists, Christian Koch had eight points with seven rebounds and five assists, and Braeden Shallow scored six with two rebounds, three assists, and three steals.

Cesar Sandovol's 11 points led Sevastopol. Oconto finished 7-9 in Packerland play. Sevastopol's season ended with an 0-16 Packerland record.



Marinette Falls

to Freedom to Wrap

Up Regular Season


Marinette pushed Freedom to the limits in the teams' regular season finale on Thursday.

The Marines finished the North Eastern Conference schedule with a 3-15 record, while Freedom was second in the conference at 15-3. On Thursday, you wouldn't know that there was so much space between the teams in the conference.

At halftime, Marinette trailed just 23-17, and the game remained close throughout, with the Irish holding a 30-29 second half advantage.

Jake and Sam Sommerfeldt led the Marines in scoring. Jake had 12 points on 4-8 shooting, and Sam was 4-9 for 11 points. Braden Bizelle and Charlie Bailey had six points each.

Sam Sommerfeldt led the team with five rebounds. Keegan Polomis had five assists to lead the Marines.

Freedom's Blake Kortz scored a game-high 28 points to lead all scorers.



Patriots Pile on the

Points in Regional

Win Over Cavvies


Goodman/Pembine booked its ticket to the second round of regionals with a 65-24 win over Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy on Tuesday.

Ryan Ehlert's 20 points paced the Patriots. Ryan Erickson scored 13, Landon Kalkofen had 12, and Kevin Strietzel finished with nine points.

G/P led STAA 36-15 at halftime and outscored the Cavaliers 29-9 in the second half.

The fourth-seeded Patriots will host No. 5 Gibraltar, which beat Suring 72-25 in the first round, on Friday night at 7 p.m. The winner faces either No. 1 Wabeno/Laona or No. 9 Gillett on Saturday in the regional final.

STAA, meanwhile, sees its season end at 3-22. The good news for the Cavaliers is that they're a relatively young squad, with just Joey Pisani and Blake DeDamos lost to graduation.



Wildcats Beat Bowler

in Regional 69-42


Lena took it to Bowler in a 69-42 regional win on Tuesday.

The Wildcats were the No. 7 seed in the regional. Bowler was seeded 10th.

Lena faces No. 2 Florence on the road Friday night. With a win, Lena would take on either No. 3 Three Lakes or No. 11 Niagara on Saturday.



Wausaukee Faulters

in Regional Loss to

Three Lakes


Third seed Three Lakes put Wausaukee away early in a 89-16 regional win on Tuesday.

The loss brings 14 seed Wausaukee's season to a close. Wausaukee will lose seniors Dyllan Thoreson and Griffin Russ next season.



11th Seed Badgers

Upset Elcho 64-54


Niagara pulled off a big upset in the first round of regionals Tuesday.

The 11-seeded Badgers beat No. 6 Elcho by a 64-54 score in Division 5. They joined No. 9 Gillett, who beat No. 8 Oneida Nation on Tuesday, as the only underdog winners of the first round in their regional.

Niagara faces No. 3 Three Lakes, which dismantled Wausaukee 89-16 on Tuesday, on Friday night.

The winner of that game moves on to face either No. 2 Florence or No. 7 Lena on Saturday night.



Oconto Takes Loss

to Manitowoc Lutheran

in Regional


Oconto was beaten 76-61 by Manitowoc Lutheran on Tuesday in the first round of regionals.

Oconto came in as the No. 8 seed and hosted the matchup against the No. 9 seed.

Manitowoc Lutheran led 37-35 after one half and outscored Oconto 39-26 in the second half.

Aidan Franzen scored 23 and Ethan Menges scored 22 for the victors. August Hecker scored 12.

The Blue Devils' season finishes at 12-13 including playoffs. They'll have a lot of production to replace, as Braeden Shallow, Christian Koch, Luke Krueger, Will Jendenski, and Alex Debenedetto all graduate this spring.

Krueger and Koch combined for 23.8 points per game this season. Krueger's 11.5 rebounds per game led the team.

They do return leading scorer Kadin Baxter for his senior season and fourth-leading scorer Carter Koch, who also led the team in assists.



Spartans End Marines

Post Season Run 85-48


Marinette's season ended with a 58-48 regional loss to Luxemburg-Casco on Tuesday night.

Lux-Casco went 9-9 in North Eastern Conference play and beat Marinette twice during the regular season, once 74-48 and again 60-41.

Tuesday's matchup was much tighter, as Marinette battled defensively, but couldn't overcome an 18-point offensive first half. By halftime, Marinette trailed 30-18.

Jake Sommerfeldt's 17 points led Marinette. He made four of his 14 3-pointers in the game and five of his six free throws.

Keegan Polomis scored 15 on 5-13 shooting from the field and 5-6 shooting from the line.

Dominic Smerchek scored seven, also making five of six free throws.

Sommerfeldt's four assists led Marinette. Charlie Bailey had a team-high eight rebounds.

Peyton Mrotek scored 26 points for the Spartans.

Sommerfeldt, Polomis, Noah Cegelski, Carson Erdman, Braden Bizelle, Bailey, and Kelten Hermensen all graduate this spring.



Tigers to Play in Regional Final

With Win Over Thunderhawks


Gillett advanced to the second round of regionals with a 59-49 win over Oneida Nation on Tuesday.

The two teams finished next to one another in the M&O Conference standings. Oneida was 10-6 and Gillett was 9-7. The first two times they met, Oneida won by 11 and seven points.

Oneida, seeded ninth in their Division 5 regional, also entered the tournament on a four-game win streak, which included a 62-55 win over the eighth-seeded Tigers on Feb. 17.

On Tuesday, it was Gillett coming out on top. Aydin Franti's 17 points led Gillett. Ben Matczak scored 16, with 11 in the second half. Jesse DeBauch scored 12 (nine in the second half) and Austin VandeCorput added nine.

Chaske Jacobs led Oneida Nation with 18 points. Donovan Danforth had 15.

Gillett earned a date with No. 1 Wabeno/Laona on Friday. The teams played one another on Dec. 18, a game that was won 59-49 by the Rebels.

W/L won the Northern Lakes Conference and finished 19-5 overall on the season, though they entered the postseason on a two-game skid, with losses to Iola-Scandinavia and Goodman-Pembine.

The Tigers will need to find a way to lock down Connor Taylor (26.5 PPG) and Reed Christianson (15.4 PPG). Last time the two teams met, the pair combined for 44 points.



Vikings Blast Eagles

in Regional Action


Suring's was eliminated from postseason play by Gibraltar on Tuesday, 72-25.

Suring will lose several key contributors to graduation this spring. Gavin Fredenburgh, Jeremy Hensel, Taron Haak, and Jackson Schaal each played their final game for the Eagles.

No. 5 Gibraltar advances to face No. 4 Goodman/Pembine on Friday. The winner of that game faces No. 1 Wabeno/Laona or No. 9 Gillett on Saturday night.



Oconto Gets Upset in Regional

Final by St. Mary's Catholic 66-55


Turnovers haunted Oconto in a 66-55 regional final loss to St. Mary Catholic on Saturday.

Oconto had a 32-26 rebounding advantage on St. Mary Catholic, but St. Mary forced 29 Oconto turnovers in the win. The Zephyrs ended up getting up 19 more shots than the Blue Devils.

Oconto's Lianna Baxter finished with a double-double in her last high school game. She shot 7-16 from the field and 7-8 from the free throw line, with 12 rebounds, two steals, and two blocks.

Addisyn Viestenz was 6-12 for 15 points, and Leah Allan scored nine points with four rebounds and two assists. Hannah Moe had five points and seven rebounds, and Kyanne Wusterbarth scored five with five rebounds and three of the Blue Devils' five steals in the game.

St. Mary's Chloe Vogel scored 20 points. Four Zephyrs scored in double figures.

Oconto's season ends at 23-3 including regular season and playoff competition. The senior-heavy Blue Devils won the Packerland Conference outright.

Oconto will bid adieu to Allan, Moe, Baxter, Emmy Reed, Michayla Leonard, and Olivia Brzozowski.

Baxter, Allan, and Moe each started at least 21 games for Oconto on the year.

Baxter scored 19.6 points per game in her senior year. Moe and Allan averaged 6.4 and 8.0, respectively.

Moe's 7.5 rebounds per game were second to only Baxter's 11.

There's still a lot to be excited about for Oconto, especially with Wusterbarth and Viestenz being freshmen and having contributed so much to this team in just their first varsity season.

Viestenz was the team's second-leading scorer at 13.8 points per game, and Wusterbarth chipped in 7.9 points per game on the campaign.





Menominee Defeats Marquette;

Bellisle hits 1000th point

The Menominee Maroons posted a 51-32 victory over the visiting Marquette boys.

It was a special night for the Maroons who honored their 1982 basektball team that made it to the final four as well as Aiden Bellisle hitting his 1000th career point. After four quarters Bellisle had led the way with 11 points to bring him to 1007 points on his career. He also added six steals and five assits. Conway followed up with 10 points.


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