Boys hoops roundup: Plymouth still perfect

Boys hoops roundup: Plymouth still perfect

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Boys hoops roundup: Plymouth still perfect

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As far as wins and losses go, Plymouth is still perfect.

And, boy, did the Panthers play to perfection on Friday.

Kollin Neils hit seven 3-pointers in a 29-point night, the Panthers were nearly perfect from the free-throw line and Plymouth waltzed to an 80-49 win on the road against Campbellsport.

“Our bench played well,” Plymouth coach Jason Duff said, pointing specifically to Collin Denzin, who finished with four 3-pointers and 16 points off the bench. “(Denzin) had a good shooting night.”

Plymouth hit 13 baskets from behind the arc — Neils was on fire, with eight points in the Panthers’ first three possessions. The team was a solid 13-of-16 from the free-throw line.

The win keeps the Panthers’ record at a perfect 8-0; they’re 5-0 in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference.

“Not to pull a cliché here, but we’re just trying to take it one game at a time,” Duff said, noting his team has “some really tough competition coming up.”

Plymouth……24 18 20 18 — 80

Campbell…….13 11 13 12 — 49

Plymouth — Neils 29, Denzin 16, Nygaard 8, Henning 6, Jankowski 6, Unger 6, Henriksen 4, Friederichs 2, Mueller 2, Staehling 1. 3-pt: Neils 7, Denzin 4, Jankowski 1, Nygaard 1. FT: 13-16. Fouls: 9.

Campbellsport — Dreikson 19, Daniels 14, Bong 6, Freiberg 4, Buerger 3, Hepp 3. 3-pt: Dreikson 3, Bong 2, Buerger 1, Hepp 1. FT: 2-2. Fouls: 12.

Sheb. Falls 70, New Holstein 61

Jake Hucke scored 23 points and Matt Wilke added 20 more to help Sheboygan Falls overcome New Holstein at home.

Hunter King-Whitney had 22 points for New Holstein.

New Hols. 13 14 13 21 — 61

She. Falls 18 10 21 21 — 70

Sheboygan Falls — Hucke 23, Wilke 20, Tenpas 9, Clark 6, Hieli 4, Mauer 3, Meyer 2, Raeder 2, Halverson 1. 3-pt: Wilke 3, Clark 2, Hucke 2. FT: 15-22.

New Holstein — King-Whitney 22, Sippel 13, Lemke 12, Voelker 6, Brandt 4, Mittnacht 4. 3-pt: Lemke 3, Voelker 2. FT: 16-22.

Kiel 56, Two Rivers 45

Kiel rallied after trailing early to earn the team’s first Eastern Wisconsin Conference victory of the season.

Jacob Winkel led Kiel with a game-high 27 points. He also grabbed 16 rebounds.

T.R…….12 5 13 15 — 45

Kiel…….6 17 13 20 — 56

Two Rivers — Linzmeier 13, Smith 13, Willman 10, Kasper 6, Greene 3. 3-pt: Smith 3, Willman 2, Linzmeier 2. FT: 4-9. Fouls: 22.

Kiel — J. Winkel 27, Woods 12, Meyer 6, Ca. Voelker 5, Meunier 2, Schneider 2, Driscoll 1, Gannigan 1. FT: 18-26. Fouls 11.

Oostburg 73, Cedar Grove 46

The Flying Dutchmen broke out to a 55-27 lead after three quarters to cruise to the Central Lakeshore Conference win.

Ben Flipse led all scorers with 16 points and Tyler Hartmann added 12 for Oostburg (6-1, 6-0).

Spencer Bares had 10 points for the Rockets (1-7, 1-4).

Oostburg…12 23 20 18 — 73

Cedar Grove…4 13 10 19 — 46

Oostburg — Josiah 6, Mauer 6, Hartmann 12, Flipse 16, VerVelde 4, Gabrielse 6, Telschow 8, Molter 2, Chaloupka 6, Swart 3, Hurlbutt 4. 3-pt: Hartmann 3, Mauer. FT: 13-17. Fouls: 15.

Cedar Grove — Winker 1, Emperley 10, Aa. Chier 10, Peterson 6, Bares 11, Ad. Chier 8. 3-pt: Bares 2, Ad. Chier 2. FT: 8-13. Fouls: 15.

Howards Grove 61, Random Lake 42

Ethan Brinkman scored 14 points, Davis Nennig added 13 and Austin Edge had 11 as the Tigers (4-3, 3-2 CLC) rolled to the win.

“They were too hot in the first half,” Random coach Joe Stroede said. “They got us behind and we were trying to play catch up the whole way.”

Evan DeBroux scored a game-high 15 points for Random (3-4, 2-4).

Howards Grove…15 22 9 15 — 61

Random Lake…9 7 15 7 — 42

Howards Grove — Edge 11, Grimm 2, Hansen 7, Niemann 4, Brinkman 14, Gerber 2, Scholten 4, Nennig 13, Berg 4. 3-pt: Edge, Hansen, Brinkman 4. FT: 9-10. Fouls: 13.

Random Lake — DeBroux 15, Martin 3, Al. Rathke 4, Fechter 3, Luotio 9, Ross 3, Aa. Rathke 3. 3-pt: Ross, DeBroux 4. FT: 7-13. Fouls: 12.

Ozaukee 62, Elkhart Lake 29

Leading just 22-18 at halftime, the Warriors made some changes on defense to pull away for the win.

“We made some adjustments defensively and ran more effective offense,” Ozaukee coach Isaiah Ketterhagen said. “It came down to fundamentals and started executing them.”

Owen Miller had 13 points and Stephen Street added 12 for the Warriors (6-2, 4-2 CLC).

Emerson Kuhn led Elkhart (1-7, 0-5) with eight points.

Elkhart Lake…6 12 5 6 — 29

Ozaukee…17 5 15 25 — 62

Elkhart Lake — Bett 4, Schmitt 2, Taubenheim 2, Kuhn 8, Sadiq 5, Lallensack 4, Kaboord 2, Pritzl 2. 3-pt: Kuhn 2. FT: 5-6. Fouls: 20.

Ozaukee — Miller 13, Susen 4, Bares 12, Dieringer 7, S. Street 12, Radtke 8, M. Richter 2, A. Richter 4. 3-pt: Bares 4. FT: 14-26. Fouls 10.

Kohler 52, Johnson Creek 38

Between the three of them, Tyler Lewis, Brennan Ladwig and Brett Mueller nearly outscored Johnson Creek on their own Friday.

The trio combined for 35 points to help lead Kohler to a 52-38 win at home.

“I thought our kids played well in terms of managing the game and things like that,” Blue Bombers coach Ken Roeder said.

Lewis led the team with 13 points, and Ladwig and Mueller each added 11. Ladwig also had eight assists.

Dominic Bocchini had eight assists for Kohler.

Johnson Creek…7 9 9 13 — 38

Kohler…21 12 10 9 — 52

Johnson Creek — Rank 10, Catterucia 9, Roe 6, Joseph 4, Emrath 4, Welch 3, Hombsh 2. FT: 6-18. Fouls: 8.

Kohler — Lewis 13, Ladwig 11, Mueller 11, Case 5, Bocchini 4, Fink 2, Misfeldt 2, Pellowski 2, Stefanczyk 2, 3-pt: Mueller 3, Lewis 2, Ladwig 1, Case 1. FT: 1-3. Fouls: 18.

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