The 45th annual Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Games were held on Thursday, June 30 at JustAgame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells.
Results from each of the five contests:
Max Nelson of Appleton North
The White team posted a 107-100 win over the Red squad in the WBCA Division 1 All-Star game Thursday at Just A Game Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells.
West Allis Central graduate and Northern Michigan recruit Najashi Tolefree had 23 points to lead the White squad. Air Force recruit Grayson Pritzl of West Allis Central and Valparaiso recruit Max Nelson of Appleton North added 17 points each for the White.
The Red team got 15 points apiece from Terryon Brumby of Racine Case and Jake Fisher of Oconomowoc.
Andre Renta, Hudson 20
Greyson Pritzl, West Allis Central 17
Adam Riese, Homestead 8
Owen Pawlikowski, Kimberly 11
Carson Cordelli, Oak Creek 6
Carter Thomas, Neenah 5
Najashi Tolefree, West Allis Central 23
Max Nelson, Appleton North 17
Isaac Verges, Franklin 10
Mekhi Shaw, Eau Claire Memorial 0
Terryon Brumby, Racine Case 15
Massi Malterer, Madison East 14
Ryan Sweeney, Green Bay East 7
Jake Fisher, Oconomowoc 15
Marshawn Robinson, Waukesha South 7
James Jacobs, Stevens Point 5
Ben Olson, Sun Prairie 12
Joey Fuhremann, Waunakee 0
JJ Paider, Neenah 4
Jacob Naber, Janesville Parker 11
Devon Fielding of La Crosse Central
La Crosse Central graduate and Winona State recruit Devon Fielding of La Crosse Central scored a team-best 20 points to help the Red team to a 124-111 victory over the White team in the WBCA Division 2 All-Star game Thursday.
Fielding's high school teammate, forward Noah Compan, contributed 17 points to the Red cause while Noah Feddersen of Menomonie and Colin Hardrick of Wauwatosa West added 14 points each.
Jordan Glenn of Wisconsin Lutheran had 25 points to lead all scorers while his teammate on the White squad, Chris Mitchell of Notre Dame, added 21 points.
Jordan Glenn, Wisconsin Lutheran 25
Jalen Womack, Menasha 9
Carson Leuzinger, Monroe 11
Chris Mitchell, Notre Dame 21
Matt Imig, Ashwaubenon 11
Ashton Janowski, Pewaukee 11
Josh Terrian, Pewaukee 12
Tyson Skalecki, Union Grove 11
Joey Sullivan, Medford 7
Ryne Panzer, Oregon 9
Devon Felding, La Crosse Central 20
Michael Skemp, Onalaska 4
Jackson Smith, Rhinelander 8
Max Weisbrod, De Forest 4
Dustin Derousseau, Tomah 10
Colin Hardrick, Wauwatosa West 14
Marcus Tomashek, Ashwaubenon 4
Noah Compan, La Crosse Central 17
CJ Campbell, New Richmond 13
Noah Feddersen, Menomonie 14
Brady Ring of Lodi
Brady Ring of Lodi and Jack Fritz of Columbus each netted 21 points to help the Red squad to a 119-114 win over White team in the WBCA Division 3 All-Star game.
The Red team took a 99-83 lead into the final quarter, but the White team put together a strong rally, outscoring its opponent 31-20. But five different players scored in the final stanza for Red to hold off the rally.
Gus Foster, a UW-Stevens Point recruit from Big Foot, had 21 points to top the White squad. Teammates Landon VanCalster, another Stevens Point recruit from Freedom, added 20 and Connor Coombs, a Carroll University recruit from Edgerton, chipped in 16.
Dayne Lindow, East Troy 12
Cameron Thompson, Baldwin-Woodville 2
Gabe Ascher, Wautoma 9
Connor Coombs, Edgerton 16
Landon VanCalster, Freedom 20
Monte Mayberry, Northwestern 12
Keegan Ofstie, Baldwin-Woodville 8
Gus Foster, Big Foot 21
Austin Wagner, Kettle Moraine Lutheran 14
Jacob Rockwell, Wisconsin Dells 13
Aydon Saylor, Mauston 2
Evan Peterson, Altoona 8
Jesse Martin, Platteville 14
Chase Cummings, East Troy 7
Tom Balge, Watertown Luther Prep 10
Peytan Clarey, Brookfield Academy 9
Dakota Deich, Laconia 4
Brady Ring, Lodi 21
Dillon Garthwaite, Dodgeville 10
Jack Fritz, Columbus 21
Luke Pautz of Roncalli
Luke Pautz of WIAA Division 4 state-champion Roncalli scored 20 points while teammates Ethan Cole of Winnebago Lutheran and Robby Michael of Sheboygan Lutheran added 15 apiece to lead the Red squad to a 99-96 win over the White in Division 4.
Luke Webb of Elmwood/Plum City and Derek Lindert of Pardeeville added 11 points each for the Red team, which overcame a 44-41 halftime deficit.
Northern Michigan recruit and Sheboygan Lutheran graduate Casey Verhagen scored 30 points to lead the White squad. Carter Olson of Cuba City added 17.
Easton Evenstad, Darlington 0
Carter Olson, Cuba City 17
Joah Filardo, Mineral Point 11
Casey Verhagen, Sheboygan Lutheran 30
Leyten Bowers, Mineral Point 5
Ian Hinderman, Cuba City 4
Devin Brabender, Wisconsin Heights 8
David Nies, River Ridge 9
Parker Prahl, Iola-Scandinavia 3
Brock Wester, Iola-Scandinavia 2
Dain Walter, New Glarus 7
Asanjai Hunter, The Prairie School 4
Robby Michael, Sheboygan Lutheran 15
Miles Barnstable, Howards Grove 0
Derek Lindert, Pardeeville 11
Craig Ward, Marshall 7
Tyler Bowman, Spring Valley 4
Camden Daul, Stratford 5
Carson Syse, Belleville 4
Ethan Cole, Winnebago Lutheran 15
Luke Pautz, Roncalli 20
Tristan McRoberts, Melrose-Mindoro 3
Luke Webb, Elmwood/Plum City 11
Michael Modahl of Sheboygan Christian
Sheboygan Christian wing Michael Modahl scored 22 points to lead a balanced attack for the Red squad, which led by three points (51-48) at intermission before outscoring its opponent in both the third and fourth periods.
Brennen Dvorachek of Reedsville scored 17 points, Ashton Swanson of Seneca contributed 13 points and Will Reader of Bangor added 10 for the Red squad, which was coached by Clinton Nemitz and Ryan Budden of Southwestern along with Jacob Bernetzke of Cassville.
Sam Grieger of WIAA Division 5 state-champion Randolph scored a game-high 28 points for the White squad. Gavin Thimm of Hustisford added 12 points and Chase Ignatius of Barneveld contributed 11.
White (26-22-19-21 = 88)
Stephen Munson, North Crawford 8
Chris Brockman, Bruce 3
Waylon Palzkill, Belmont 6
Cooper Diedrich, Athens 3
Connor Taylor, Laona/Wabeno 6
Max Oleson, Highland 7
Chase Ignatius, Barneveld 11
Gavin Thimm, Hustisford 12
Ethan Lotts, New Auburn 0
Sam Grieger, Randolph 28
Harley Opachan, Flambeau 1
Colin Young, Madison Country Day 3
Red (19-32-23-25 = 99)
Sam Wilczek, Columbus Catholic 6
Peerson Kephart, Southwestern 2
Robbie Roe, Cassville 3
Will Reader, Bangor 11
Luas Dhein, Green Bay NEW Lutheran 5
Owen Jones, Cambria-Friesland 2
Max Beyer, Lena 8
Michael Modahl, Sheboygan Christian 22
Brennen Drorachek, Reedsville 17
Ashton Swanson, Seneca 13
Braxton Sbraggia, Hurley 5
Nathaniel Reiff, Southwestern 5
Brandon Strenke, Turtle Lake 0