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2012-2013 Packerland Boys Basketball Thread
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#51 Posted : Wednesday, January 16, 2013 6:24:20 AM(UTC)

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N.E.W. Lutheran 73, Gibraltar 52
Travis Voigt had 21 points and Grant Glodoski added 13 points as host N.E.W. Lutheran jumped out to a 49-22 halftime lead en route to the win.

Gibraltar …10 12 10 20 — 52
N.E.W. Lutheran …29 20 16 8 — 73

G: Savard 5, Hecht 9, Janisse 4, Kordon 3, Bauldry 2, Alberts 3, Steebs 14, Kissel 12. 3-pt: Kissel 2, Kordon 1, Janisse 1, Savard 1. FT: 7-11. F: 12.

NEW: Voigt 21, Zinser 6, Schaut 3, Lana 2, Toenjes 6, Glodoski 13, Brock 6, Claflin 12. 3-pt: Voigt 3, Zinser 1, Schaut 1, Claflin 1. FT: 7-11. F: 14.

Sturgeon Bay 62, Algoma 49
ALGOMA – Trey Baumgardner scored 19 points, Nathan Abrahamson scored 14 and Sturgeon Bay held off an Algoma rally.

Sturgeon Bay … 15 11 21 15 — 62
Algoma … 12 7 8 22 — 49

SB: Baumgardner 19, Abrahamson 14, Cordier 3, Seiler 2, VanBramer 1, Schartner 17, Sheehy 4, Wittenberg 2. 3-pt: Baumgardner 4, Abrahamson 2, Cordier 1, Schartner 3. FT:6-12. F:8.

A: Bender 2, Wiese 12, Gorz 2, Robertson 2, Prokash 10, Koss 4, Kostichka 15. 3-pt: Wiese 4, Prokash 2. FT:3-5. F:15.

Southern Door 66, Kewaunee 49
KEWAUNEE – Mitchell Neubauer had a team-high 15 points as Southern Door cruised to the victory.

Zack Baumgartner scored 16 for the Storm.

Southern Door …16 14 23 13 — 66
Kewaunee …16 10 15 8 — 49

SD: D. Klaubauf 2, Gerend 10, Larson 2, L. Klaubauf 12 Kawley 7, Englebert 8, Neubauer 15, Rohe 10. 3-pt: L. Klaubauf 3, Englebert 2, Gerand 1, Kawley 1, Neubauer 1. FT: 10-12. F: 7.

K: Kinjerski 2, Lamack 4, Mehn 10, Kohnle 3, Nimmer 14, Baumgartner 16. FT: 5-6. F: 14.

Sevastopol 43, Oconto 41
OCONTO – Sevastopol closed the game on a 10-3 to rally for the victory.

Cody Giesseman scored 13 points to lead the Pioneers.

Sevastopol… 4 12 17 10 — 43
Oconto …17 11 10 3 — 41

S: Tanck 12, Zielke 3, Engineer 2, Paschke 8, Giesseman 13, Birmingham 5. 3-pt: Tanck 1, Zielke 1, Birmingham 1. FT: 10-17. F: 14.

O: Erieau 12, Mehlberg 13, Herbert 6, Moe 2, Krueger 8. 3-pt: Mehlberg 2, Herbert 2, Erieau 1. FT: 6-11. F: 17. Fouled out: Moe.

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#52 Posted : Thursday, January 17, 2013 10:50:07 PM(UTC)

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write up on the NEW Lutheran Blazers via fox 11. also a video on the page that i can't post here. watch the video and tell me something odd that you notice

GREEN BAY - The N.E.W. Lutheran boys basketball team has played 15 games this season and so far is perfect, not yet losing a game.

A year after the Blazers’ season ended not so perfect, falling short of the state tournament, the Blazers are eying a return trip to the state tournament.

"I believe we can have the potential to go to state and win the championship,” said junior Dakota Sinser. “We definitely have the athleticism, the chemistry. I know that's on all the players' minds, the gold ball. We want it bad and we're going to push for it."

N.E.W. Lutheran, ranked No. 3 in the FOX 11 Top 11 boys basketball poll, reached the state tournament in 2010 and 2011, losing the Division 5 2011 state title game. Last year, the Blazers didn’t even win their regional but believe that won’t be the same this season. The Blazers are playing like a team destined for greatness, and they're not surprised with their results.

"We got a lot of talent, so I'm definitely not surprised that we're at this point," senior Travis Voigt said.

Last year, N.E.W.'s road to state was stopped by Hilbert in a regional final and despite the Blazers’ success this season that loss remains a bitter memory.

"We use that as a motivation,” senior Nathan Claflin said. “We can put that up there and say we got to beat this, we got to get better than that. Yeah, we use that as motivation all the time."

Usually coaches move on from game like that, but not N.E.W. Lutheran coach Mark Meerstein. He’s like his players.

"I think that sits with you for a long time,” he said. “I think it sits with these kids, too. They remember, they know we didn't play very well and we want another chance."

N.E.W. Lutheran hopes it's on course to meet Randolph, the team which beat the Blazers at state in 2010 and 2011.

Said Voigt: “Down the road, that's definitely the team we're looking to take on; hopefully in the state championship game."

High expectations, but then again the Blazers do know the road to Madison.
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#53 Posted : Saturday, January 19, 2013 7:57:40 AM(UTC)

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Boys basketball: Sturgeon Bay rally falls short

Luxemburg-Casco built a 22-point lead and held on to beat Sturgeon Bay, 55-46, Friday night in a nonconference high school boys basketball game in Luxemburg.

The Spartans led 42-20 midway through the third quarter, but the Clippers rallied to get within five points, 51-46, with less than a minute remaining.

The Clippers then had a chance to make it a one-possession game, but they missed three free throws after a foul on a three-point shot attempt with 54 seconds left. The Spartans followed with a layup by Dave Vlotho and two free throws by Depree Stevenson in the final 30 seconds to seal the win.

“It was a tale of two halves,” said Clippers coach Jim Benesh. “The first half we played as poorly as we have all year. But L-C had a lot to do with that. They came after us and we weren’t ready for the challenge.

“The second half we became more aggressive on defense and our ball movement was much better and we started hitting some shots. The kids stayed the course, got a stop here, a stop there, and got back in the game. I was very proud of how the kids fought in the second half. They really sold out.”

The Spartans led 31-13 at halftime, then continued to stretch their lead into the third quarter.

Matt VanBramer made three three-pointers and Trey Bumgardner had two threes in the second half to help Sturgeon Bay (9-6) get back in the game.

Stevenson scored 16 points to lead the Spartans (7-7).

Sturgeon Bay…8 5 13 20 — 46
Luxemburg-Casco…15 16 11 13 — 55

Sturgeon Bay: Trey Bumgardner 8, Nathan Abrahamson 6, Riley Cordier 5, Matt Seiler 6, Matt VanBramer 9, Riley Schartner 7, Joey Sheehy 2, Robert Wittenberg 3. Three-pointers: VanBramer 3, Bumgardner 2, Abrahamson 2, Cordier, Schartner. Free throws: 5-12. Fouls: 15.

Luxemburg-Casco: Cole Kirchman 3, Jacob Jandrin 3, Levi Dax 3, Dave Vlotho 10, Jake Zeitler 2, Caleb Willems 8, Carson Falk 10, Depree Stevenson 16. Three-pointers: Vlotho 2, Kirchman, Jandrin, Falk. Free throws: 14-22. Fouls: 14.

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#54 Posted : Sunday, January 20, 2013 9:53:23 AM(UTC)

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Boys basketball roundup: Blazers defeat Shiocton, move to 16-0

SHIOCTON – Travis Voigt scored 24 points and Nathan Toenjes added 14, including five in the fourth quarter, as the N.E.W. Lutheran boys basketball team remained unbeaten with a 72-64 victory over Shiocton on Saturday in a nonconference game.

The Blazers are 16-0.

NEW Lutheran…18 24 8 22 — 72
Shiocton…14 17 18 15 — 64

NEW: Claflin 7, Voigt 24, Schaut 4, Brock 6, Zinser 13, Toenjes 14, Glodoski 4. 3pt: Voigt 4 Brock 2, Zinser 2. FT: 10-13 F: 16

Shiocton: Singler 1, Kanaman 26, Kamp 3, Heinemeyer 5, Brouillard 7, R. Van Asten 18, J. Van Asten 2, Nett 2. 3pt: Kanaman 6, Kamp 1, Heienemeyer 1, R. Van Asten 2. FT: 6-13. F: 17. Fouled out: Broulliard.

Montello 59, Sevastopol 29
INSTITUTE – Cody Giesseman scored 15 points in a losing cause for Sevastopol (2-11). Montello took control in the third quarter.

Montello …9 12 23 15 — 59
Sevastopol …5 5 12 7 — 29

M: Klapper 9, Daniels 11, Kendall 15, Gajdosik 4, Stein 4, Stoegbaur 11, Chaussee 2, Vana 3. 3pt: Daniels 1. FT: 14-19. F: 14.

S: Zielke 3, Farber 1, Engineer 7, Giesseman 15, Birmingham 3. 3pt: Zielke 1. FT: 8-15. F: 16. Technical: Birmingham.

Omro 44, Kewaunee 30
KEWAUNEE Alex Mehn had nine points in the loss for Kewaunee.

Omro… 12 13 9 10 — 44
Kewaunee …5 7 9 9 — 30

O: Egan 7, Blythe 8, Berger 9, Huth 14, Willison 2, Spanbauer 9, Anderson 1. 3pt: Blythe 1, Berger 1. FT: 20-27. F: 15.

K: Brusky 5, Mehn 9, Kohnle 3, Nimmer 7, Baumgartner 6. 3pt: Brusky 1, Mehn 1. FT: 6-8. F: 20.

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#55 Posted : Wednesday, January 23, 2013 4:44:09 PM(UTC)

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Boys basketball: Southern Door rides out the Storm, 42-41

Southern Door lost a 10-point fourth-quarter lead but came back twice in the final minute to beat Kewaunee, 42-41, in a Packerland Conference high school boys basketball game.

The win moves the Eagles into a tie for second place with Sturgeon Bay at 7-2, two games behind undefeated Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran.

The Storm rallied to first tie the game with about 30 seconds to go on a Logan Brusky basket, but Southern Door’s Cal McCarty banked in a short shot to give the lead back to the Eagles.

Brusky then hit a 3-point shot, his third 3 of the quarter, to put Kewaunee ahead by one. Southern Door set up a play for Mitchel Neubauer, who was fouled while trying to shoot with five seconds left. Neubauer made both free throws to put the Eagles back on top, then Trevor Hawkey intercepted a pass as Kewaunee tried to set up a last shot to seal the win.

“Yeah, it was a little tense,” Eagles coach Ben Rikkola said. “We called it a war of attrition, we felt like we couldn’t get anything going. They played a lot of man-to-man defense this game; last time, they played a lot of zone (a 66-49 Eagles win Jan. 15). They took away our outside shooting tonight, and we were just so cold. We made six 3-pointers last time, had just one tonight.”

Neubauer led the Eagles with 19 points while McCarty added 10, all of those in the second half and going up against the Storm’s 6-foot-7 forward Reggie Nimmer.

“Those were some clutch free throws at the end by Mitchel; he was 8-for-9 on the night,” Rikkola said. “Mitchel really stepped up. He was our most aggressive player on offense, our most physical player. Cal was tough rebounding; I’m pretty sure Cal had a double-double tonight, too.”

Brusky led all scorers with 22 points, including 12 of the Storm’s 13 in the fourth period.

• AT GREEN BAY: Green Bay West made six 3-pointers in the second quarter to break open a close game and beat Sevastopol, 61-43, Monday night in a nonconference game.

Shawntae Bryant had two of the 3-pointers as the Wildcats outscored the Pioneers, 21-7, in the second quarter.

Rajon Hall scored 15 points to lead the Wildcats (3-12).

Casey Giesseman had a game-high 21 points and Bryce Birmingham added 11 for the Pioneers (2-12).

“Giesseman had his best game so far,” said Pioneers coach Phil Symons. “He was active in the post, finished around the basket and popped out and hit some shots.”

In a nonconference game Saturday in Institute, Montello beat Sevastopol, 59-29. Robert Kendall scored 15 points to lead the Hilltoppers (11-3), who outscored the Pioneers, 38-19, in the second half.

Giesseman led Sevastopol with 15 points.

• AT STEPHENSON, MICH.: Stephenson made 8 of 8 free throws in the final quarter and held on to beat Gibraltar, 52-44, Saturday in a nonconference game.

Trailing 44-42 with about 2 minutes remaining, Gibraltar had a chance to tie the game but missed a layup off of a steal. Stephenson then outscored the Vikings, 8-2, to close out the game.

Vikings coach Kent Sitte said his team missed 25 shots in the lane, with an estimated 10 “right underneath the basket.”

“It wasn’t a good day,” he said. “Kind of the same old story for us. We just couldn’t put the ball in the basket.”

Amedee Savard scored 15 points and Brandon Steebs had 10 for the Vikings (3-11). Savard made all five of the 18 3-pointers that Gibraltar attempted.

Gibraltar hosts Oconto Friday night in a Packerland Conference game.

Kewaunee 8 9 11 13 — 41
Southern Door 8 11 13 10 — 42

Kewaunee: Logan Brusky 22, Josh Lamack 3, Alex Mehn 5, Zach Baumgartner 2, Sam Kohnle 2, Reggie Nimmer 7. 3-pointers: Brusky 4, Lamack. Free throws: 6-9. Fouls: 17. Technical foul: Coach Adam Murphy.

Southern Door: Drew Klaubauf 6, Lance Klaubauf 3, Trevor Hawkey 4, Mitchel Neubauer 19, Cal McCarty 10. 3-pointers: L. Klaubauf. Free throws: 9-16. Fouls: 13.

Gibraltar 8 10 11 15 — 44
Stephenson 10 11 17 14 — 52

Gibraltar: Amedee Savard 15, Matt Hecht 8, Austin Bauldry 2, Tim Alberts 4, Brandon Steebs 10, Austin Kissel 2, Chris Anderson 5. 3-pointers: Savard 5. Free throws: 7-10. Fouls: 19.

Stephenson: Skyler Joslin 1, Levi Brock 7, Corey Mikus 1, Kyle Raboin 9, Travis Wengerin 12, Casey Wilson 4, Austin Grinsteiner 12, Josh Errert 2. 3-pointers: Brock, Raboin. Free throws: 14-22. Fouls: 14.

Montello 9 12 23 15 — 59
Sevastopol 5 5 12 7 — 29
Montello
: Conner Klapper 9, Carter Daniels 11, Robert Kendall 15, Alex Gajdoska 4, Sam Stein 4, Garrett Stoegbaur 11, Alan Chausse 2, Don Vana 3. 3-pointers: Daniels. Free throws: 14-19. Fouls: 14.

Sevastopol: Wes Zielke 3, Jordan Farber 1, Rustom Engineer 7, Cody Giesseman 15, Bryce Birmingham 3. 3-pointers: Zielke. Free throws: 8-15. Fouls: 16. Technical fouls: Birmingham.

Sevastopol 12 7 12 12 — 43
Green Bay West 15 21 12 12 — 61

Sevastopol: Drew Tanck 2, Zielke 3, Engineer 2, Austin Krohn 2, Joe Bruno 2, Giesseman 21, Birmingham 11. 3-pointers: Zielke, Birmingham. Free throws: 9-13. Fouls: 7.

Green Bay West: LaMarr Banks 2, Mitch Egan 2, Tyrone Evans 9, Rajon Hall 15, Lucas Kamps 7, Cody Weber 5, Logan Cropsey 7, Shawntae Bryant 8, Adam Smith 6. 3-pointers: Bryant 2, Evans, Hall, Kamps, Weber, Cropsey. Free throws: 6-7. Fouls: 11.

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#56 Posted : Wednesday, January 23, 2013 4:51:57 PM(UTC)

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1/17 Kewaunee County Star News

Wiese's 3s help lead Algoma to victory over Gibraltar
Algoma (9-5, 6-3 conf.) left Door County with a 63-47 victory over Gibraltar Jan. 11, giving them a series sweep of the Vikings this season.

Jake Wiese hit seven three-pointers for the Wolves and led the team with 21 points. Travis Kostichka also had a solid game with 14 points.

As of Wednesday, Wiese was leading the Packerland in three-point shots with 24. Hunter Prokash (min. 10 shots) leads the conference in three-point shot percentage, having made over 60% from the 3-point line. T. Kostichka is one of the conference’s top scorers with 153 points (17.0 ppg). Sam Koss is a conference leader in assists, with over 60 this season.

Algoma loses second-place battle to Sturgeon Bay, 62-49
It was a battle for sole possession of second place in the Packerland Jan. 15. Unfortunately, the home team didn’t come out ahead, as Algoma fell to Sturgeon Bay, 62-49 – its second loss to the Clippers this season.

In the game’s opening minutes, Sturgeon Bay hit back-to-back three-point shots. However, Algoma stayed with the Clippers the rest of the first half, and the Wolves were only down 26-19 at halftime.

In the third quarter, Sturgeon Bay put the game out of reach – at one point going on a 9-0 run. A difficult quarter put the Wolves in a 45-27 deficit.

Algoma had a tough time stopping the Clippers’ Trey Bumgardner. Most of his game-high 19 points were scored in the third quarter.

Even though a victory was far from their reach, Algoma continued to battle. They won a small consolation prize when they outscored the Clippers 22-15 in the fourth quarter.

Travis Kostichka led the Wolves with 15 points. Jake Wiese hit four three-pointers for 12 points, and Hunter Prokash added 10.

Algoma’s next game is at Manitowoc Lutheran on Jan. 22. They’ll be closer to home Jan. 25 when they go to Southern Door. The Wolves’ next home game is against Manawa on Jan. 28 – a game that was previously cancelled back in December.

Algoma 21 12 15 15 – 63
Gibraltar 14 14 9 10 – 47

Algoma’s stats – Points (63): Jake Wiese, 21; Travis Kostichka, 14; Sam Koss, 8; Hunter Prokash, 6; Stuart Robertson, 5; Austen Dart, 4; Devin Kostichka, 3; Andrew Gorz. 3-pt (9): Wiese, 7; Prokash, 2. FT: 14-20. Fouls: 12.

Gibraltar’s stats – Points (47): Steebs, 10; Kita, 9; Hecht, 7; Alberts, 5; Brennan, 5; Savard, 5; Anderson, 4; Kordon, 2. 3-pt (3): Alberts, 1; Kita, 1; Savard, 1. FT: 4-9. Fouls: 14.

Source: Gannett Wisconsin Media

Sturgeon Bay 15 11 21 15 – 62
Algoma 12 7 8 22 – 49

Sturgeon Bay’s stats – Points (62): Bumgardner, 19; Schartner, 17; Abrahamson, 14; Sheehy, 4; Cordier, 3; Seiler, 2; Wittenberg, 2; VanBramer, 1. 3-pt (10): Bumgardner, 4; Schartner, 3; Abrahamson, 2; Cordier, 1. FT: 6-12. Fouls: 8.

Algoma’s stats – Points (49): Travis Kostichka, 15; Jake Wiese, 12; Hunter Prokash, 10; Sam Koss, 4; Matt Bender, 2; Andrew Gorz, 2; Stuart Robertson, 2. 3-pt (6): Wiese, 4; Prokash, 2. FT: 3-5. Fouls: 15.

Source: Gannett Wisconsin Media

Kewaunee struggles against Sturgeon Bay, loses 61-39
In the season opener, only four points separated Kewaunee (2-12, 2-6 conf.) from a victory against Sturgeon Bay (9-5, 7-2). So despite the discrepancy in records, the Clippers weren’t going to overlook Kewaunee. The Storm didn’t go away easily, but in the rematch Jan. 11, Sturgeon Bay pulled off a more decisive 61-39 victory.

Logan Brusky and Reggie Nimmer both scored a team-high 10 points.

Kewaunee falls to Southern Door, 66-49
Kewaunee hung in there against Southern Door, but in the end, the Eagles took flight and the Storm lost 66-49 at home on Jan. 15.

Freshman Zachary Baumgartner scored a game-high 16 points to lead the Storm, while Reggie Nimmer scored 14.

The Strom will get a quick rematch against Southern Door, traveling there Jan. 22. On Jan. 19, Kewaunee plays host to Omro. The game starts at 2:30.

Kewaunee 3 13 10 13 – 39
Sturgeon Bay 9 19 15 18 – 61

Kewaunee’s stats – Points (39): Logan Brusky, 10; Reggie Nimmer, 10; Sam Kohnle, 7; Zach Baumgartner, 6; Alex Mehn, 4; Logan Kassner, 2. 3-pt (2): Brusky, 2. FT: 1-3. Fouls: 16.

Sturgeon Bay’s stats – Points (61): Nathan Abrahamson, 16; Trey Bumgardner, 12; Michael Taylor, 9; Riley Cordier, 6; Robert Wittenberg, 6; Riley Schartner 4; Joey Sheehy, 4; Wyatt Warner, 2; Matt Seiler, 1; Zach VanderVelden, 1. 3-pt (5): Bumgardner, 2; Taylor, 2; Abrahamson, 1. FT: 8-19. Fouls: 10.

Source: Gannett Wisconsin Media

Southern Door 16 14 23 13 – 66
Kewaunee 16 10 15 8 – 49

Southern Door’s stats – Points (66): Neubauer, 15; L. Klaubauf, 12; Gerend, 10; Rohe, 10; Englebert, 8; Kawley, 7; D. Klaubauf, 2; Larson, 2. 3-pt (8): L. Klaubauf, 3; Englebert, 2; Gerand, 1; Kawley, 1; Neubauer, 1. FT: 10-12. Fouls: 7.

Kewaunee’s stats – Points (49): Zachary Baumgartner, 16; Reggie Nimmer, 14; Alex Mehn, 10; Josh Lamack, 4; Sam Kohnle, 3; Steve Kinjerski, 2. FT: 5-6. Fouls: 14.

Source: Gannett Wisconsin Media

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#57 Posted : Thursday, January 24, 2013 9:01:03 AM(UTC)

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segment on NEW Lutheran from wbay news. there is a video at the link

NEW Lutheran's boy's basketball team has marched out to a 16-0 record. The undefeated Blazers are preparing for a clash against rival Sturgeon Bay on Friday night.

The Blazers have run the table thus far, racking up wins and earning a #2 ranking in Division 5.

As the win total grows, so does the pressure for a team that now has 75 wins in the last four years.

"At this point, being 16-0, it's kind of like, if we don't get to State or to the championship it's going to be a bust," senior Travis Voigt said.

"You hear a lot of talk on the outside about 16-0. Can they do it? But we're just focused on Sturgeon Bay on Friday. That's a big game, and we're just working on getting better every day," senior Tyler Schaut said.

"The thing about that is, we have to worry about doing our stuff correctly, and it always adds excitement when you win," said head coach Mark Meerstein.

NEW Lutheran has won more boys basketball games in the last four years than it has boys enrolled, and this experience feels like a team of destiny with only juniors and seniors on the roster.

"It's uncharacteristic for us. We usually flop in a sophomore once in a while and even a freshman with the small size of our school. It helps me tremendously because they know what they need to do," coach Meerstein said.

"We've been playing together for a while since 5th and 6th grade, so we just have that chemistry that holds us together," Voigt said.

"It's cool how the program has had so much success with so few kids in the school. You can attribute it to the program. We've got a good thing started," senior Nathan Claflin said.

"We're blessed," Schaut agreed. "We're not a big school, but we're extremely blessed to have the talent we have, and we just try to go out there every day and honor God with our abilities."
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#58 Posted : Tuesday, January 29, 2013 7:38:45 AM(UTC)

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N.E.W. Lutheran 62, Sturgeon Bay 52
STURGEON BAY – Travis Voigt had 16 points and Dakota Zinser added 15 as the Blazers (17-0, 10-0 Packerland) shook off a slow first quarter to pull away from Sturgeon Bay.

Nathan Abrahamson led Sturgeon Bay with 10 points.

N.E.W. Lutheran… 11 23 10 18 — 62
Sturgeon Bay …16 16 6 14 — 52

NEW: Claflin 4, Voigt 16, Schant 3, Brock 3, Zinser 15, Toenjes 13, Glodoski 5, Zimmerman 3. 3pt: Voigt 2, Brock, Zinser 2. FT: 17-26. F: 13.

SB: Bumgardner 6, Abrahamson 10, Cordier 4, Seiler 6, VanBramer 6, Schartner 3, Sheehy 9, Majia 6, Wittenberg 2. 3pt: Bumgardner 2, Abrahamson 2, VanBramer 2, Schartner, Majia 2. FT: 5-8. F: 20.

Southern Door 51, Algoma 41
SOUTHERN DOOR – Mitchel Neubauer had 15 points to lead Southern Door over Algoma.

Southern Door … 10 11 11 19 — 51
Algoma … 10 10 5 16 — 41

SD: D. Klaubauf 2, Gerend 5, Larsen 5, L. Klaubauf 2, Hawkey 2, Englebert 4, Neubauer 15, McCarty 14, Rohe 2. FT: 19-27. F:16.

A: Wiese 3, Robertson 3, Prokash 11, Koss 11, Dart 2, T. Kostichka 11. 3-pt: Wiese 1, Robertson 1. FT:7-13. F:24. Fouled out: Koss.

Gibraltar 69, Oconto 59
FISH CREEK – Brandon Steebs scored 22 points as Gibraltar used a big third quarter to defeat Oconto.

Trent Mehlberg scored 20 points for Oconto.

Gibraltar … 19 14 17 19 — 69
Oconto… 15 13 9 22 — 59

G: Savard 17, Hecht 3, Brennan 9, Bauldry 4, Alberts 4, Brandon Steebs 22, Anderson 10. 3-pt: Savard 2, Brennan 1, Steebs 1. FT:19-27. F:18. Fouled out. Brennan

O: Erieau 9, Mehlberg 20, Herbert 7, Moe 15, Krueger 8. 3-pt: Erieau 1, Mehlberg 3, Herbert 1. FT: 14-22. F: 21.

Kewaunee 50, Sevastopol 40
SEVASTOPOL – Logan Brusky scored 19 points, and a big first half helped lead Kewaunee over Sevastopol.

Kewaunee… 12 14 7 17 — 50
Sevastopol …6 3 11 20 — 40

K: L. Kassner 6, Brusky 19, LaMack 3, Mehn 3, Baumgartner 7, Kohnle 4, Nimmer 8. 3-pt: Brusky 3, LaMack 1, Mehn 1. FT: 9-14. F: 15.

S: Tanck 3, Engineer 2, Paschke 4, Giesseman 22, Birmingham 9. 3-pt: Giesseman 1, Birmingham 1. FT: 10-12. F: 14.

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Boys basketball roundup: Hecht totals 24 points, 15 boards for Vikings

FISH CREEK – Matt Hecht scored a game-high 24 points and added 15 rebounds as Gibraltar defeated Crivitz 59-51 on Monday in a nonconference boys basketball game.

Brandon Steebs added 20 points for Gibraltar (5-12).

Ben Fischer led Crivitz with 17 points.

Crivitz …13 10 12 16 — 51
Gibraltar …15 8 16 20 — 59

Cz: Garcia 9, Wolf 1, Lang 13, Weidemeier 5, Sawinski 2, Basso 1, Sessler 3, Fischer 17. 3pt: Garcia, Fischer. FT: 13-24. F: 12. Fouled out: Weidemeier.

G: Sevard 6, Hecht 24, Brennan 7, Bauldry 2, Steebs 20. 3pt: Brennan. FT: 10-14. F: 18.

Suring 49, Oconto 39
SURING – Blake Strehlow scored 11 of his game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter as Suring fended off Oconto in a nonconference game.

Trent Mehlberg finished with 16 points to lead the Blue Devils.

Oconto …6 11 12 10 — 39
Suring… 7 11 13 18 — 49

O: Erieau 3, Mehlberg 16, Herbert 6, Bostedt 2, Moe 12. 3pt: Mehlberg 3, Erieau, Herbert. FT: 4-8. F: 18. Fouled out: Pillsbury, Erieau.

Suring: Van Bellinger 8, Sweda 8, Strehlow 19, Christensen 6, Tienor 8. 3pt: VanBellinger 2, Sweda, Strehlow, Tienor. FT: 16-20. F: 15.

Algoma 61, Manawa 43
ALGOMA – Travis Kostichka scored 12 points to lead Algoma (11-6).

Manawa …9 10 8 16 — 43
Algoma …13 21 16 11 — 61

M: Mauritz 3, Krause 11, Dean 8, Murphy 8, Hass 5, Bartel 4, Thompson 4. 3pt: Mauritz 1, Krause 1, Dean 2, Murphy 1. FT: 8-12. F: 16.

A: Bender 3, Wiese 3, Robertson 6, Prokash 8, Ray 3, Koss 13, Dart 5, T. Kostichka 12, D. Kostichka 8. 3pt: Bender 1, Wiese 1, Robertson 2, Prokash 2, Ray 1, Dart 1. Ft: 5-9. F: 15.

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N.E.W. Lutheran 69, Reedsville 64
Travis Voigt scored 11 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with just over a minute remaining, to rally the host Blazers past Reedsville.

Nathan Toenjes added 11 points for N.E.W. Lutheran (18-0).

Reedsville… 17 18 13 16 — 64
N.E.W. Lutheran …19 13 14 23 — 69

R: Schaumbeurek 12, Gilsdorf 23, Laabs 2, Dvorachek 13, Kiekhaefer 7, Hassemer 2, Wenzel 5. 3pt: Schaumbeurek 2, Gilsdorf, Dvorachek. FT: 12-14. Fouls: 18. Foul out: Schaumbeurek.

N.E.W.: Claflin 4, Sizemore 2, Voigt 29, Schaut 3, Brock 2, Zinser 7, Toenjes 11, Glodoski 9, Zimmerman 2. 3pt: Voigt 3, Zinser. FT: 13-20. F: 20.

Algoma 61, Manawa 43
ALGOMA – Travis Kostichka scored 12 points for Algoma (11-6) on Monday.

Manawa …9 10 8 16 — 43
Algoma …13 21 16 11 — 61

M: Mauritz 3, Krause 11, Dean 8, Murphy 8, Hass 5, Bartel 4, Thompson 4. 3pt: Mauritz 1, Krause 1, Dean 2, Murphy 1. FT: 8-12. F: 16.

A: Bender 3, Wiese 3, Robertson 6, Prokash 8, Ray 3, Koss 13, Dart 5, T. Kostichka 12, D. Kostichka 8. 3pt: Bender 1, Wiese 1, Robertson 2, Prokash 2, Ray 1, Dart 1. Ft: 5-9. F: 15.

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Boys basketball roundup: N.E.W. Lutheran rallies to maintain perfect mark

Travis Voigt scored 21 points, and Dakota Zinser added 14 as N.E.W. Lutheran overcame an early deficit to defeat Algoma 69-63 in a Packerland Conference boys basketball game Thursday.

The Blazers improved to 19-0, 11-0 in the Packerland.

N.E.W. Lutheran… 11 20 18 20 — 69
Algoma…23 13 10 17 — 63

N.E.W.: Claflin 3, Voigt 21, Schaut 5, Zinser 14, Toenjes 14, Glodoski 2, Zimmerman 10. 3-pt: Zimmerman 2, Zinser 2, Schaut 1, Voigt 1, Claflin 1. FT: 7-11. F: 10

A: Wiese 17, Robertson 5, Prokash 5, Koss 18, Kostichka 18. 3-pt: Wiese 5, Robertson 1, Koss 1. FT: 8-12. F: 11.

Sevastopol 50, Gibraltar 48
FISH CREEK – Cody Giesseman scored 14 of his game-high 31 points in the fourth quarter and overtime as Sevastopol rallied from a nine-point fourth-quarter deficit.

Sevastopol …3 13 9 14 11 — 50
Gibraltar …14 16 6 3 9 — 48

S: Tanck 5, Zielke 3, Giesseman 31, Birmingham 11. 3-pt: Giesseman 1, Zielke 1, Birmingham 1. FT: 19-32. F: 18. Fouled out: Tanck, Birmingham.

G: Savard 6, Hecht 2, Brennan 7, Bauldrey 1, Alberts 7, Steebs 19, Kissel 4, Gonzalez 2. 3-pt: Steebs 2, Brennan 1. FT: 5-13. F: 24. Fouled out: Gonzalez, Alberts, Hecht.

Kewaunee 57, Oconto 38
KEWAUNEE – Reggie Nimmer scored 20 points for Kewaunee.

Kewaunee …13 14 15 15 — 57
Oconto… 6 10 14 8 — 38

K: Brusky 11, Kleiman 1, Lamack 5, Mehn 5, Kohnle 10, Nimmer 20, Baumgartner 3. 3-pt:Brusky 2, Lamack 1. FT: 8-13. F: 16.

O: Erieau 2, Pillsbury 3, Mehlberg 6, Giesler 5, Herbert 1, Moe 17, Krueger 4. FT: 10-15. F: 9.

Southern Door 49, Sturgeon Bay 61
BRUSSELS – Matt Seiler had 17 points to lead the Clippers (11-7.

Sturgeon Bay… 14 22 10 15 — 61
Southern Door… 5 6 15 23 — 49

SB: Bumgardner 8, Vandervelden 2, Abrahamson 8, Cordier 8, Seiler 17, VanBramer 5, Schartner 3, Majia 3, Wittenberg 6. 3pt: Bumgardner 2, VanBramer, Schartner, Majia. FT: 8-16. F: 23.

SD: Gerend 15, Larsen 12, Hawkey 2, Englebert 3, Neubauer 7, McCarty 6, Rohe 4. 3pt: Gerend, Englebert, Neubauer. FT: 18-27. F: 17.

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Boys basketball roundup: N.E.W. stays unbeaten, cruises past Oconto

Kristian Zimmerman scored 13 of his 15 points in the first half as unbeaten N.E.W. Lutheran took a 42-17 lead en route to a 74-53 victory over Oconto on Friday in Packerland Conference boys basketball.

The Blazers, who have wrapped up the the league title at 13-0, improved to 21-0 overall with one regular-season game remaining.

Oconto …10 7 21 15 — 53
N.E.W. Lutheran … 22 20 19 13 — 74

O: Erieau 8, Pillsbury 2, Giesler 2, Herbert 8, Bostedt 2, Moe 22, Krueger 9. 3pt: Erieau 2, Herbert 2. FT: 7-15. F: 12.

NEW: Claflin 10, Voigt 8, Schaut 9, Brock 7, Zinser 8, Toenjes 9, Glodoski 6, Viegut 2, Zimmerman 15. 3pt: Zimmerman 2, Schaut 1, Brock 1. FT: 7-11. F: 14.

Sturgeon Bay 62, Gibraltar 47
FISH CREEK – Matt Van Bramer led the Clippers with 18 points.

Sturgeon Bay …15 16 14 17 — 62
Gibraltar …15 8 11 13 — 47

SB: Bumgardner 9, Abrahamson 14, Seiler 6, Van Bramer 18, Shartner 3, Sheehy 6, Wittenberg 6. 3-pt: Bumgardner 3, Abrahamson 1, Van Bramer 4. FT: 20-25. F: 23.

G: Savard 2, Hecht 11, Kita 4, Brennan 6, Kordon 5, Bauldry 2, Alberts 3, Steebs 10, Gonzales 4. 3-pt: Brennan 1, Alberts 1. FT: 11-20. F: 21. Fouled out: Steebs.

Southern Door 60, Sevastopol 50
INSTITUTE – Mitch Neubaer scored 13 points to lead Southern Door.

Drew Tanck had 15 points for Sevastopol.

Southern Door… 16 17 17 10 — 60
Sevastopol …7 11 17 15 — 50

SD: Klaubauf 7, Gerend 3, Kinnard 2, Larsen 3, Niedzwiecki 5, Hawkey 8, Englebert 9, Neubauer 13, McCarty 6, Rohe 4. 3-pt: Klaubauf 1, Gerend 1, Niedzwiecki 1, Englebert 2, Neubauer 3. FT: 4-8. F: 11.

Sev: Tanck 15, Zielke 12, Paschke 1, Giesseman 19, Birmingham 3. 3-pt: Tanck 1, Zielke 4. FT: 9-12. F: 11.

Algoma 61, Kewaunee 43
ALGOMA – Sam Koss had 15 points and Algoma took control with a 22-point fourth quarter.

Reggie Nimmer scored 19 points to lead the Storm.

Kewaunee …8 16 10 9 — 43
Algoma …11 22 6 22 — 61

K: Brusky 10, Lamack 4, Mehn 6, Kohnle 4, Nimmer 19. FT: 3-7. F: 17.

A: Bender 6, Wiese 9, Gorz 2, Robertson 9, Prokash 6, Koss 15, Dart 2, T. Kostichka 10, D. Kostichka 2. 3-pt: Wiese 3, Robertson 3, Bender 1, Koss 1. FT: 7-17. F: 14.

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Boys basketball: Eagles fend off 'scrappy' Pioneers, 60-50

Southern Door grabbed an early lead and held off several late rallies by Sevastopol to take a 60-50 win in a Packerland Conference high school boys basketball game Friday night at Sevastopol.

The Eagles’ trap defense and quickness forced numerous turnovers as they ended the first quarter on a 13-2 run to take a 16-7 lead at that point, with Mitchel Neubauer scoring six points on two 3-point baskets and Drew Klaubauf adding five in the frame.

Southern Door extended the lead to 33-18 at halftime, but Sevastopol went on an 8-0 run midway through the third period, keyed by 3-point baskets from Drew Tanck and Wes Zielke, to close to within eight points , 39-31.

Southern Door pushed its lead back to 15 by the end of the quarter, 50-35, and while the Pioneers scored the first five points of the fourth to get within 10, that was as close as they would get the rest of the way. Sevastopol had chances to cut further into the lead, but missed passes and shots cost them those opportunities.

“It was a good win, our 10th in conference, which was our goal coming in,” Eagles coach Ben Rikkola said. “It was a great game by Sevastopol, the best they ever shot against us. We knew they were gonna fight, be scrappy. I thought we’d blow the game open a couple of times, but we couldn’t put the dagger in.”

“Our first half has been a problem all season; we’re always getting down by eight, 10 points,” Pioneers coach Phil Symons said. “We had some turnovers that really cost us. Turnovers were the difference in the first half.”

The Sevastopol rally was led largely by Cody Giesseman, who scored 14 of his game-high 19 points in the second half and made his presence felt under the basket, getting two 3-point plays in the third period with strong moves to the basket for a layup and a foul.

“I just told Cody at halftime that he was being tentative, not being aggressive with the ball,” Symons said.

“All year, Southern Door’s weakness has been our toughness inside, and it showed,” Rikkola said. “I could see Giesseman working us over inside.”

Neuabuer led Southern Door (10-3 Packerland, 12-8 overall) with 13 points and Jordan Englebert added nine and made some key assists as 10 different Eagles found their way onto the scoresheet.

Tanck scored 15 points, eight in the third period, for Sevastopol (2-11, 3-15), and Zielke made four 3s to score 12.

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Boys basketball: Hot-shooting reserve ignites Clippers

Sturgeon Bay made eight 3-pointers, got a boost from a hot-shooting reserve and beat Gibraltar, 62-47, Friday night in a Packerland Conference high school boys basketball game in Fish Creek.

Sophomore Matt VanBramer came off the bench and scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Clippers (10-3 conference, 12-8 overall). Nathan Abrahamson also finished in double figures with 14.

With the game tied at 15 three minutes into the second quarter, VanBramer swished three consecutive 3-pointers and Trey Bumgardner followed with one of his three treys to give the Clippers a 27-19 lead. Gibraltar (2-11, 6-15) never got closer than six points the rest of the way.

“I thought that was real important to get on that run,” said Clippers coach Jim Benesh. “Gibraltar came out and played really, really hard. That stretch was like a springboard for us.”

The Clippers found the open shooter with good passing and by kicking the ball out on dribble penetration.

“I think what killed us the most was penetration,” said Vikings coach Kent Sitte. “They’d penetrate, we’d go to help and they’d kick it out for an open shot. About the middle of the third quarter, we thought about going to a zone. But we were down by 15 and it wouldn’t have really been beneficial for us anyway.”

Sturgeon Bay opened the third quarter with a 9-0 run to stretch its lead to 40-23. The Vikings didn’t score during the first 4 minutes, 30 seconds of the second half.

“We talked about winning the first four minutes of the third quarter. That was going to be the key,” said Sitte. “But we got further behind and we just don’t have the offensive firepower to come back from a big deficit, especially against a good defensive team like that.”

Unofficially, Sturgeon Bay made eight of 19 3-point shots. VanBramer was four of six from beyond the arc.

“He gave us a nice lift,” said Benesh. “About the last three games, he’s taken some assertiveness looking for his shot and seems to feel like he belongs. He’s been shooting the ball real well.”

Matt Hecht scored 11 points and Brandon Steebs 10 for the Vikings.

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N.E.W. Lutheran 59, Southern Door 49
BRUSSELS - Kristian Zimmerman scored 15 points as N.E.W. Lutheran held off Southern Door to finish the regular season unbeaten (22-0, 14-0 Packerland).

Mitchel Neubauer led all scorers with 19 points for Southern Door.

N.E.W. Lutheran 15 12 16 16 — 59
Southern Door 13 9 18 9 — 49

NEW: Claflin 9, Schaefer 1, Schaut 7, Brock 1, Zinser 12, Toenjes 12, Glodoski 2, Zimmerman 15. 3-pt: Zimmerman 2, Claflin 1, Zinser 1. FT: 9-17. F: 9.

SD: Gerend 7, Larsen 2, Hawkey 8, Englebert 2, Neubauer 19, McCarty 6, Rohe 5. 3-pt: Neubauer 5, Gerend 1, Rohe 1. FT: 4-4. F: 16.

Gibraltar 59, Kewaunee 54
FISH CREEK – Gibraltar outscored Kewaunee 19-6 in the fourth quarter to rally for the victory.

Tim Alberts scored 14 points and Matt Hecht added 12 for the Vikings.

Kewaunee …18 12 18 6 — 54
Gibraltar… 14 13 13 19 — 59

K: L. Kassner 2, Kinjerski 4, Kleiman 3, Mehn 10, A. Kassner 1, Kohnle 11, Nimmer 23. 3-pt: Kleiman 1, Mehn 1. FT: 14-24. F: 19. Fouled out: L. Kassner, Lamack.

G: Franke 2, Savard 8, Hecht 12, Kita 5, Brennan 1, Kordon 3, Bauldrey 2, Alberts 14, Steebs 7, Kissel 5. 3-pt: Savard 2, Kita 1, Kordon 1, Alberts 1. FT: 14-21. F: 18.

Sturgeon Bay 76, Oconto 63
STURGEON BAY – Nathan Abrahamson scored 19 points for Sturgeon Bay.

Sturgeon Bay… 15 21 18 22 — 76
Oconto …12 20 9 22 — 63

SB: Bumgardner 6, Vandervelden 2, Abrahamson 19, Cordier 4, Sieler 6, Warner 2, Schartner 12, Sheehy 9, Mejia 14, Wittenberg 2. 3-pt: Bumgardner 2, Abrahamson 2, Schartner 2, Mejia 3. FT: 11-14. F: 20. Fouled out: Wittenberg.

O: Erieau 7, Pillsbury 2, Mehlberg 17, Herbert 9, Moe 19, Krueger 9. 3-pt: Erieau 1, Mehlberg 1, Herbert 1. FT: 18-25. F: 14.

Algoma 57, Sevastopol 40
INSTITUTE – Algoma (15-7, 9-5) started the second half on a 16-4 run en route to the victory.

Algoma… 10 20 16 11 — 57
Sevastopol …9 13 4 14 — 40

A: Bender 3, Wiese 13, Gorz 3, 3. E. Prokash 6, H. Prokash 4, Koss 13, T. Kostichka 7, D. Kostichka 8. 3-pt: Weise 4, E. Prokash 2, Koss 1. FT: 8-22. F: 22.

S: Tanck 2, Engineer 1, Paschke 6, Krohn 2, Giesseman 21, Birmingham 6, Velli 2. 3-pt: Giesseman 1. FT: 15-22. F: 20. Fouled out: Birmingham.

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Boys basketball: Vikings rally to beat Kewaunee

Gibraltar made up an eight-point fourth-quarter deficit and rallied to overtake Kewaunee, 59-54, in a Packerland Conference high school boys basketball game Friday night in Fish Creek.

In other Packerland games Friday, Sturgeon Bay beat Oconto, 76-63, and Algoma beat Sevastopol, 57-40.

• AT FISH CREEK: The Vikings trailed, 48-40, heading into the final period but outscored Kewaunee, 19-6, in the frame to earn the win and give themselves a shot of confidence heading into the postseason.

Sam Kordon hit a 3-point shot with about three minutes to go to tie the game at 51-all, then Amedee Savard buried another 3 a minute later to give the Vikings a 54-52 lead, which they held the rest of the way thanks to strong defense and converting free throws.

“We picked up the defensive intensity a little bit, picked up loose balls, started rebounding a little better,” Gibraltar coach Kent Sitte said of the rally. “I think it’s a little bit of a confidence builder … being able to mount a comeback … make free throws down the stretch.”

Sitte said another factor in the come-from-behind win was the defense of 5-foot-11 Tim Alberts on the Storm’s 6-7 Reggie Nimmer, who led all scorers with 23 points but had just three in the fourth quarter, after Alberts switched over to guard him.

Alberts also led the Vikings (3-11 Packerland, 7-15 overall) with 14 points, while Matt Hecht added 12 as 10 different Vikings scored in the final game of the regular season.

Along with Nimmer, Sam Kohnle had 11 points for Kewaunee (4-10, 4-18).

• AT STURGEON BAY: The Clippers led for most of the game but couldn’t put the pesky Blue Devils away until they put together a bit of a run in the second half.

“Offensively, I thought we played well,” Clippers coach Jim Benesh said. “We moved the ball well, had different contributions from different people.

“Defensively, I thought we were flat, out of position, we bailed them out a few times by fouling them and putting them on the (free-throw) line. There was a stretch in the late third, early fourth quarters where we played really well defensively. That’s where we pulled away a little.”

The win, combined with Southern Door’s loss to Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran, gave Sturgeon Bay sole possession of second place in conference at 11-3 (13-8 overall) as the Clippers prepare for the postseason.

“I think we’re peaking at the right time,” Benesh said. “We’re playing as well as we have all year, and that’s a good thing heading into the tournament season.”

Nathan Abrahamson led the Clippers with 19 points and Jesse Meija came off the bench to drill four 3-pointers and score 14 points.

“Jesse had a career game. Last time, Matthew VanBramer had a career high (20 points),” Benesh said. “It’s really pleasing when you can bring guys off the bench like that … We had a lot of different guys step up tonight.”

Connor Moe led Oconto (3-11, 8-14) with 19 points and Trent Mehlberg added 17.

• AT INSTITUTE: Sevastopol hung with Algoma throughout the first half, trailing by a 10-9 score after one quarter and falling behind by eight at halftime on a fadeaway 3-ball by the Wolves’ Sam Koss at the buzzer.

But Algoma came out of the break and blew the game open with a 16-4 third quarter to pull away from the Pioneers, who had just seven varsity players available for the game.

“Give Algoma credit, they have a deep bench, a whole lot of guys they can shuffle in,” Sevastopol coach Phil Symons said. “We came out defensively with a lot of energy, were patient on offense. In the second half, we got into foul trouble, had a little bit of tired legs.”

The loss offset a strong game from Cody Giesseman, who led all scorers with 21 points for the Pioneers (2-12, 3-16), including going 10 for 14 from the free-throw line.

“Cody was just being very assertive,” Symons said. “He was continuing to attack, attack and attack the basket.”

Symons said the game was helpful because Algoma is similar to Suring, Sevastopol’s first-round opponent in the regional tournament Tuesday.

“Overall, it was a step in the right direction, even though we lost. We lost to (Algoma) by about 35 points earlier this year,” Symons said. “It gave us good preparation to get ready for Suring.”

Sam Koss and Jake Weise each had 13 points to lead Algoma (9-5, 15-7).

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Boys basketball: Blazers hold off Eagles, make history
Finish regular season unbeaten for first time

Southern Door put up a good fight, but Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran was not to be denied.

The Blazers finished the regular season unbeaten Friday night with a hard-earned, 59-49 victory over the Eagles in a Packerland Conference high school boys basketball game at Southern Door.

The Blazers wrapped up the conference season 16-0 and improved to 22-0 overall going into the WIAA playoffs. It’s the first time in school history they’ve finished a regular season unbeaten.

“It’s a testament to the guys,” said Blazers coach Mark Meerstein. “They work very hard. They’re gamers. We’ve battled through some injuries, but someone always steps up. It’s just the character of this team.”

The Blazers played without leading scorer Travis Voigt, who watched from the bench in street clothes. Meerstein said he held out the senior point guard, who’s averaging just under 15 points a game, because he’s been dealing with persistent headaches.

A number of different players picked up the slack in Voigt’s absence, led by Kristian Zimmerman with 15 points and Dakota Zinser and Nathan Toenjes with 12 each.

Southern Door pulled within one point, 43-42, early in the fourth quarter on a baseline drive and basket by Trevor Hawkey. But Zimmerman followed with back-to-back 3-pointers, and the Blazers proceeded to outscore the Eagles, 16-7, in the final 5 minutes, 30 seconds.

“We had a couple of unlucky breaks, a couple of turnovers, and missed some open shots,” said Eagles coach Ben Rikkola. “Then they hit a couple of 3s in a row and got the momentum back. The ball went in for them and not for us.”

The Eagles gave the Blazers a stiff challenge by spreading the floor and playing what Rikkola called “Wisconsin-style basketball.”

“We cut loose the first time we played them — tried to match their aggressiveness and quickness — and it didn’t work. So we tried a different strategy,” said Rikkola. “Corners is something that’s been around for a long time — you don’t see it much anymore — but you could see that it kept us in the game tonight.”

Southern Door tied the game at 15 early in the second quarter and pretty much played even with the Blazers the rest of the night. The Blazers made 6 of 9 free throws in the final minute to clinch their 22nd consecutive victory.

“Southern Door made a great run and we had to step up defensively,” said Meerstein, whose team is ranked No. 2 in the state in Division 5.

Mitchel Neubauer made five 3-pointers and scored 19 points for the Eagles, who finished the regular season 12-10 overall and 10-4 in conference.

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Oconto 76, Menominee Indian 61
OCONTO – Trent Mehlberg scored 10 of his 24 points in the second quarter as Oconto overcame 11 3-pointers from Menominee Indian to win convincingly.

Oconto… 12 20 20 24 — 76
Menominee… 8 13 19 21 — 61

Oconto: Erieau 13, Pillsbury 5, Trent Mehlberg 24, Herbert 12, Moe 10, Krueger 12. 3-pt: Erieau 1, Mehlberg 2. FT: 17-30. F:7

Menominee: Du. Waupoose 11, Pecore 13, Madosh 8, Hawpetoss 2, D. Waupoose 10, Minham 8, K. Waupoose 6, Denny 3. 3-pt: Du. Waupoose 3, Pecore 2, Madosh 2, Minham 1, K. Waupoose 2, Denny 1. FT:4-9. F:18. Fouled out: Denny, D. Waupoose.

Gibraltar 73, Lake Country Lutheran 64
HARTLAND – Brandon Steebs scored 16 points and Tim Alberts added 13 as No. 12 seed Gibralter used a big third quarter to pull of the upset of fifth-seeded Lake County Lutheran.

Gibraltar… 21 12 19 21 — 73
Lake Country Lutheran… 11 22 8 23 — 64

Gibraltar: Savard 7, Hecht 6, Kita 9, Brennan 12, Kordon 8, Alberts 13, Steebs 16, Gonzalez 2. 3-pt:Savard 1, Brennan 2, Alberts 1, Steebs 3. FT:10-18. F:22. Fouled out: Alberts

Lake Country Lutheran: Shannon 9, Greth 5, Emery 12, Demman 19, Teske 14, Bahr 1, Wilkens 4. 3-pt: Shannon 1, Demman 4. FT: 18-26. F:18. Fouled out: Shannon.

N.E.W. Lutheran 76, Lena 19
Dakota Zinser led all scorers with 19 points as host unbeaten N.E.W. Lutheran cruised to the victory.

Nathan Toenjes and Tyler Schaut each scored 11 points for the Blazers.

Lena…5 4 4 6 — 19
N.E.W. Lutheran…17 25 18 16 — 76

L: Jagiello 4, O’Harrow 2, Rouer 2, Heimke 9, Haney 2. FT: 1-4. F: 10.

N.E.W.: Claflin 6, Gosse 2, Schaut 11, Brock 9, Lana 4, Zinser 19, Toenjes 11, Glodoski 3, Viegut 4, Pett 2, Schaefer 3, Zimmerman 2. 3-pt: Zinser 3, Brock 3, Schaut 2. FT: 6-11. F: 9.

Suring 59, Sevastopol 35
SURING – Cody Christensen led the way with 15 points for Suring as they used a big third quarter to pull away from Sevastopol.

Bryce Birmingham had a game-high 16 points for Sevastopol.

Sevastopol …11 8 2 14 — 35
Suring …16 18 16 9 — 59

Sevastopol: Tanck 2, Zielke 2, Engineer 2, Giesseman 11, Birmingham 16, Velli 2. 3pt: Giesseman, Birmingham. FT: 3-8. Fouls: 16. Foul out: Giesseman, Paschke.

Suring: Sweda 10, Jazwiecki 1, Strehlow 9, Kempen 8, Christensen 15, Tienor 12, Horst 4. 3pt: Sweda 2, Strehlow, Tienor. FT: 9-12. Fouls: 13.

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#69 Posted : Friday, February 22, 2013 7:02:37 AM(UTC)

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Boys basketball roundup: Clippers rally, beat Valders in overtime in regional play

STURGEON BAY – Sturgeon Bay outscored Valders 24-2 in the fourth quarter and overtime to rally for a 49-38 victory on Wednesday in a WIAA Division 3 regional boys basketball game. The game was postponed from Tuesday.

Nathan Abrahamson and Joey Sheehy each had 11 points for the Clippers (14-8), who play at Brillion on Friday in a regional semifinal.

Valders …8 16 12 2 0 — 38
Sturgeon Bay… 14 3 8 13 11 — 49

V: Jirschele 5, Geohring 2, Schueler 2, Fenlon 12, Schwoerer 5, Goedeke 12. 3pt: Fenlon 4, Schw 1. FT: 7-11. F: 17.

SB: Bumgardner 3, VanderVelden 2, Abrahamson 11, Cordier 10, Van Bramer 1, Schartner 5, Sheehy 11, Mejia 4, Wittenberg 2. 3pt: Bumgardner 1, Abrahamson 1, Cordier 1, Schartner 1. FT: 9-22. F: 15.

Denmark 68, Kewaunee 53
DENMARK – Senior Dalton Lefebvre scored a career-high 24 points to lead Denmark in the Division 3 game. The Vikings (10-13) play at Wrightstown on Friday.

Kewaunee… 11 16 12 14 -- 53
Denmark …18 16 14 19 -- 68

K: Kassner 2, Kinjerski 2, Brusky 15, Mehn 4, Squires 1, Holly 1, Kohnle 12, Nimmer 17. 3pt: Brusky 4, Mehn 1, Kohnle 1. FT: 9-17. F: 17.

D: Rabas 8, Vandenlangenberg 10, Lefebvre 24, Miller 6, Bielinski 2, Mommaerts 14, Umentum 4. 3pts: Vandenlangenberg 2. FT: 18-25. F: 11.

Lux.-Casco 69, Southern Door 35
LUXEMBURG – Caleb Willems scored 16 points with three 3-pointers as Luxemburg-Casco outpaced Southern Door in a Division 3 game.

Jake Zeitler scored 12 and Dave Vlotho added 11 for the Spartans, who will play Manitowoc Roncalli on Friday. Mitch Neubauer scored a game-high 17 for the Eagles.

Southern Door… 11 5 6 13 — 35
Lux.-Casco …16 9 17 27 — 69

SD: Gerend 2, L. Klaubauf 3, Niedzwiecki 2, Hawkey 6, Neubauer 17, McCarty 2, Rohe 3. 3-pt: Neubauer 3, L. Klaubauf. FT: 5-9. F: 14.

L-C: Kirchman 1, Jandrin 5, Dax 10, Vlotho 11, Zeitler 12, Willems 16, Falk 10, Stevenson 3, Wessel 1. 3-pt: Willems 3, Zeitler 2, Falk 2, Vlotho, Jandrin. FT: 8-11. F: 12.

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#70 Posted : Friday, February 22, 2013 7:05:24 AM(UTC)

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Boys basketball: Vikes spring upset

The 12th-seeded Gibraltar Vikings got scoring from a variety of sources and used tough defense to upset No. 5 Lake Country Lutheran, 73-62, in the first round of a WIAA Division 5 high school boys basketball regional tournament Tuesday night.

The Vikings will play Friday against the winner of Wednesday’s game between No. 4 Hilbert and No. 13 Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, which was postponed from Tuesday because of inclement weather.

In another Division 5 first-round regional game Tuesday, Suring beat Sevastopol, 59-35.

• AT HARTLAND: After a back-and-forth first half ended with the score tied at 33, Gibraltar outscored the Lightning, 19-8, in the third quarter and never looked back.

The Vikings led 22-11 after one period but gave it all back as the Lightning rallied with a 22-12 second quarter.

“In the first quarter, we came out with very good intensity on defense, had good shot selection, moved the ball well, just played good, solid basketball,” Vikings coach Kent Sitte said. “In the second quarter, I think we lost our defensive intensity, kinda let them back in it.

“We went into halftime and talked about playing better … in the third quarter, we got back to what we were doing in the first quarter.”

The Lightning never got closer than seven in the fourth period, that coming with about a minute remaining.

Gibraltar (8-15) spread the wealth on offense, with three players in double figures and four more between six and nine points. Brandon Steebs led the way with 16 points, including three 3-point baskets, while Tim Alberts added 13 and Jack Brennan had 12.

“Tonight, I think we passed the ball better than we probably have all year,” Sitte said. “We shared the ball. For some reason, we were just really focused and ready to play.”

The Lightning (15-8) were led by Jacob Demman, who made four 3-pointers and scored 19 points.

• AT SURING: The Eagles dominated the second and third quarters to put away Sevastopol. They outscored the Pioneers, 34-10, during that 16-minute span.

“Defensively we had to hold them to the mid-40s to give ourselves a chance,” said Pioneers coach Phil Symons. “Suring had four dribble-penetration layups to open the third quarter and it was a struggle for us offensively to get anything going.

“They’re a very good basketball team. They’ve got good balance and some nice post players inside.”

Cody Christensen scored 15 points, Jake Tienor 12 and Dan Sweda 10 to lead the Eagles (21-3). Sweda scored all of his points in the first quarter before injuring his ankle midway through the second quarter and missing the rest of the game.

Bryce Birmingham scored 15 points and Cody Giesseman added 11 for the Pioneers, who finish the season 4-17. Giesseman had seven points in the first quarter, but he picked up his third foul midway through the second quarter and lost his aggressiveness, said Symons.

Giesseman, a senior center, finished his prep career as one of the top scorers in Sevastopol history with 987 points, said Symons.

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#71 Posted : Friday, February 22, 2013 7:09:00 AM(UTC)

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Clippers rally, beat Valders in OT
Play at Brillion next

Sturgeon Bay made an impressive comeback Wednesday night to get through the first round of the Division 3 high school boys basketball playoffs.

The Clippers rallied from a 13-point deficit in the final 14 minutes of regulation and beat Valders, 49-38, in overtime in a wild regional tournament game in Sturgeon Bay.

“Things very easily could have gone south on us, but the kids stayed the course, made a couple plays, the defense stepped up and we were able to get ourselves back in the game because of it,” said Clippers coach Jim Benesh. “You have to give the credit to the kids, because I thought they really persevered.”

Sturgeon Bay (14-8) advances to play top-seeded Brillion (19-3) in a regional semifinal game at 7 p.m. Friday in Brillion.

The Clippers appeared in deep trouble against Valders (11-12) when they fell behind 34-21 with 5 minutes remaining in the third quarter. But little by little, possession by possession, they fought their way back.

The Clippers cut the Vikings’ lead to four points on a three-pointer by Trey Bumgardner with 5:50 remaining in regulation, then to two points on a steal and layup by Zach VanderVelden with 3:50 left, and then pulled ahead 37-36 on a three-pointer by Riley Schartner with just over a minute to play.

Nathan Abrahamson made 1 of 2 free throws with 49 seconds remaining to give Sturgeon Bay a 38-36 lead before Valders ended a long dry spell and tied the game a second later on a pair of free throws by Ryan Jirschele. Both teams turned the ball over once and missed three-point shots in the final 48 seconds, forcing the game into overtime.

Sturgeon Bay outscored Valders, 11-0, in the four-minute overtime period behind four points from Jesse Mejia, two each from Riley Cordier and Schartner, and three free throws from Abrahamson.

“If this was a football game, that’s what you would call Ground Knox,” said Benesh. “We really grinded that baby out.”

The Clippers got back in the game with a full-court, trapping press that clearly made the Vikings uncomfortable. Valders committed 13 turnovers in the fourth quarter and overtime period and didn’t make a single field goal in the final 15 minutes, 26 seconds of the game.

“Wow. I knew they were without a basket for a period of time, but I never would have thought that,” said Benesh. “I thought our pressure really created some problems. If anything, it made them play faster than what they were playing. I thought early on they were in a very comfortable mode, swinging it through and getting it to their big guy in the first half. So we had to get after it. We had to get some traps and get them to play quicker than what they wanted, and fortunately it worked for us.

“The kids sold out. It didn’t matter who I put in there, they all contributed, they all sold out and played a part in getting stops and helping us get back on course.”

Zack Goedeke, Valders’ 6-foot, 6-inch center, gave the Clippers fits in the first half. He scored six consecutive points to start the game and led all players with 10 at halftime. But he managed just two more points the rest of the night, as the Clippers picked up their defensive intensity and made it more difficult for the Vikings to get him the ball in the post.

Abrahamson and Joey Sheehy scored 11 points apiece, and Cordier finished with 10 for the Clippers.

Sturgeon Bay has a tough game ahead against a Brillion team that beat Valders twice this season and won the Olympian Conference championship. Brillion beat Sturgeon Bay in a regional final last season and proceeded to win the Division 3 state title.

“They’re playing really well,” said Benesh. “They graduated quite a few seniors, but they have 10 seniors on this year’s team. It’s going to be a big challenge for us. We’re going back there and hopefully we can make some adjustments from what we didn’t do real well last year.”

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#72 Posted : Friday, February 22, 2013 7:10:56 AM(UTC)

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b]Spartans knock Eagles from playoffs[/b]

Luxemburg-Casco scored 44 points in the second half and pulled away from Southern Door, 69-35, Wednesday night in a Division 3 regional high school boys basketball playoff game in Luxemburg.

“They just blew up on us in the third and fourth quarters,” said Eagles coach Ben Rikkola. “It was one of those games in the second half where the wheels fell off the bus.”

The Spartans led 25-16 at halftime, then outscored the Eagles, 44-19, in the second half.

“Both teams were patient and deliberate in the first half,” said Rikkola. “Then they scored on the first possession of the second half and when we got down by about 14 we had to start doing some pressing to try to get back in the game. They made us pay for that and it became helter-skelter. When the game gets too fast like that, it’s not a good thing for Southern Door.”

Caleb Willems scored 17 of his game-high 18 points in the second half to lead the Spartans (11-12).

Mitchel Neubauer had 17 points for the Eagles, who finished the season 12-11.

Rikkola said the Eagles made strides in his second season, especially in the Packerland Conference where they finished in third place with a record of 10-4.

“Conference-wise, we’re pretty happy with where we finished. I think we overachieved a little bit there,” said Rikkola. “Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran is the only team we didn’t beat.

“Out of the conference, that’s where our sights have to be next year – to make progress against teams like Luxemburg-Casco, Denmark, Wrightstown, Green Bay Southwest and Notre Dame. We won only two nonconference games. So we have to get a little tougher, a little stronger and work on being more consistent.”

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Algoma 55, Bonduel 33
ALGOMA – Leading by just a point at halftime, the Wolves outscored Bonduel 36-15 in the second half.

Travis Kostichka had 23 points for Algoma, which will host Reedsville tonight in a regional final.

Bonduel …6 12 7 8 — 33
Algoma… 10 9 18 18 — 55

B: Fischer 1, DeBauch 12, Rosin 3, Hagel 4, Zernicke 2, Artis 11. 3pt: Rosin. FT: 6-12. F: 19. Fouled out: DeBauch.

A: Weise 6, Robertson 6, E. Prokash 1, H. Prokash 2, Ray 3, Koss 9, Dart 2, T. Kostichka 23, D. Kostichka 3. 3pt: Weise 2, Robertson 2, Ray. FT: 14-19. F: 13.

N.E.W. Lutheran 93, Living Word Luth. 42
Dakota Zinser had 27 points, Nathan Toenjes had 19 and Kristian Zimmerman chipped in with 13 for the Blazers (23-0).

N.E.W. (23-0) will play Monday at Ashwaubenon High School against the winner of tonight’s matchup between Hilbert and Gibraltar.

Living Word Lutheran… 6 15 12 9 — 42

N.E.W. Lutheran… 21 33 17 22 — 93

N.E.W.: Claflin 1, Sizemore 3, Voigt 7, Brock 6, Lana 6, Zinser 27, Toenjes 19, Glodoski 6, Viegut 2, Schaefer 3, Zimmerman 13. 3pt: Zimmerman 3, Zinser 4, Brock, Voigt, Sizemore. FT: 19-27. F: 19.

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Oconto 50, Crandon 36
CRANDON – Third-seeded Oconto made 14 of its 20 free-throw attempts in the fourth quarter to seal the victory over top-seeded Crandon.

Conner Moe led the way with 14 points and Trent Mehlberg added 12 for the Blue Devils, who will play Amherst in a sectional semifinal on Thursday at D.C. Everest.

Adam Flannery had 10 points to lead Crandon.

Oconto… 9 6 18 17 — 50
Crandon… 7 6 13 10 — 36

Oconto: Erieav 9, Mehlberg 12, Herbert 11, Moe 14, Krueger 4. 3pt: Erieav 3, Mehlberg, Herbert. FT: 25-37. Fouls: 14.

Crandon: Novak 10, Engel 2, Weber 1, Kincaid 9, Flannery 10, Dehart 2, Wilson 2. 3pt: Novak 2, Kincaid 3. FT: 7-11. Fouls: 18. Foul out: Flannery 5, Wilson 5.

Reedsville 58, Algoma 56
ALGOMA – Reedsville rallied from an early five-point deficit to pick up the road victory.

Travis Kostichka led all scorers with 19 points for the Wolves.

Reedsville… 13 11 15 19 — 58
Algoma… 18 6 10 22 — 56

R: Schamburek 11, Gilsdorf 12, Laabs 4, Dvorachek 12, Fenlon 2, Kiekhaefer 2, Wenzel 15. 3-pt: Gilsdorf 2, Dvorachek 2, Schamburek 1. FT: 11-18. F: 18. Fouled out: Schamburek, Kiekhaefer.

A: Bender 2, Wiese 6, Prokash 9, Ray 6, Koss 14, Kostichka 19. 3-pt: Wiese 2, Ray 2, Koss 1. FT: 13-20. F: 19.

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Vikings lose to 'better team' Hilbert in regional semifinal

Almost from the start, it was evident that Saturday night was not going to be Gibraltar’s night.

The 12th-seeded Vikings fell into a 17-0 hole and never recovered, as No. 4 Hilbert ran away to a 77-45 win in a WIAA Division 5 high school boys basketball regional semifinal game at Hilbert. The Wolves advance to the regional final Monday against top seed and Packerland Conference champion Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran, which routed Living Word Lutheran, 93-42, Saturday night.

“We just lost to a better team, that’s what it pretty much boils down to,” Gibraltar coach Kent Sitte said. “We knew all the things they did coming in, we just couldn’t do anything against it. We had to play pretty close to a perfect game tonight, and we didn’t do that.”

Instead, it was the Wolves who played close to error-free ball for at least the first half of the game. Hilbert used its size, quickness and pressure on the Gibraltar ballhandler to force eight turnovers in the first period while not committing one itself until two minutes were gone in the second. The Wolves came up with repeated second, third and even fourth chances on offensive rebounds and picking up loose balls.

Nick Kita scored the Vikings’ first points on a driving layup with 2 minutes, 50 seconds to go in the first quarter. The Wolves also didn’t foul a Gibraltar player for the first six and a half minutes of the game.

Besides getting a lot of scoring under the basket, Hilbert also was able to find Jordan Jones left alone on the perimeter. Jones, who averages 8.5 points a game, bested that with three three-point baskets and 11 points in the first quarter alone, when Hilbert built a 29-5 lead.

About the only thing the Wolves struggled with – for a while – was free-throw shooting, missing their first four attempts before making 10 of their next 12.

“We knew they’d get offensive rebounds, and we didn’t box out very well,” Sitte said. “We knew they’d pressure the ball, and we didn’t handle their trap. We knew we had to shoot the ball well, and we didn’t. Sometimes the other team is just better, and there’s no doubt the other team was better tonight.”

The Wolves extended their lead to as many as 43 points late in the game before Gibraltar closed the game with a 10-0 run after both teams emptied their benches and gave their reserves some playing time in the final three minutes.

Jones led all scorers with 22 points, including five three-balls, while 6-4 center Bryse Schaffer came off the bench to add 17 points and a major defensive presence under the basket for Hilbert (12-12).

The Vikings, who finish the season at 8-16, were led by Kita with 12 points.

“I just told them when the season started to give 100 percent and see where that takes us,” Sitte said. “And when we get knocked out of the tournament, make sure we get beat by a better team.”

Gibraltar 5 13 9 18-45
Hilbert 29 18 19 11-77

Gibraltar: Amedee Savard 3, Matt Hecht 1, Nick Kita 12, Jack Brennan 3, Sam Kordon 4, Austin Bauldry 7, Tim Alberts 6, Brandon Steebs 7, Skyler Schopf 2. Three-pointers: Kita 2, Savard, Brennan, Steebs. Free throws: 6-8. Fouls: 17.

Hilbert: Mitch Gruett 8, Jordan Jones 22, Zach Woelfel 9, Bryse Schaffer 17, Evan Geiser 2, Spencer Schulz 10, Austin Schaffer 9. Three-pointers: Jones 5, Woelfel. Free throws: 11-21. Fouls: 14.

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