Prep boys basketball roundup: Lincoln tripped up 70-51 at Sheb. North

Prep boys basketball roundup: Lincoln tripped up 70-51 at Sheb. North


Prep boys basketball roundup: Lincoln tripped up 70-51 at Sheb. North


Entering Tuesday’s Fox River Classic Conference clash against perennial conference titan Sheboygan North, the Manitowoc Lincoln boys basketball team had a tough road ahead.

The host Golden Raiders began the game undefeated and stayed that way as the Ships fell 70-51.

After Lincoln (3-4, 1-2 FRCC), and North (6-0, 3-0), traded a pair of 3-pointers, the game settled down with both teams working inside.

Patrick Johnson picked up right where he left off last game for Lincoln, starting off with a 3-pointer before teammate Jake Rohrer converted two baskets inside for the Ships to tie the game at 7-7.

Johnson continued to trade 3-pointers with the Golden Raiders, with North matching the Ships 3-point specialist to extend its lead to 16-12 after Lincoln pulled within one. The first-quarter horn sounded as a shot by the Ships fell but after the buzzer to remain a four-point deficit.

North used a 4-0 run to extend its lead to six before Rohrer made a lay-up to halt the quick run. The Golden Raiders took advantage of a depleted Ships bench to lead 26-14 midway through the second quarter.

Kyle Hoffman stopped the bleeding by making a quick layup shortly after a timeout by Lincoln coach Brian Gallagher.

After a couple more 3-pointers, the Ships were staring up at a 36-20 deficit as Austin Mecca didn’t score his first points until almost the end of the first half. Mecca, who finished with a team-high 17 points, was controlled inside by the Golden Raiders 6-foot-4-inch freshman center Davis Larson.

A free throw right before the half made a tiny dent in Lincolns crater-sized hole, with the Ships trailing 36-21 at half.

Filling in for Mecca’s offensive presence was Rohrer, Johnson and Hoffman who each had six points in the first half. Hoffman finished with 16 and two 3’s.

To start the second half, Larson converted a North steal into a layup with the Golden Raiders showing no signs of slowing down. A quick 10-0 run put Lincoln in a 46-21 deficit.

The rest of the second half followed quit with a smaller North side hustling to balls and hitting deep shots, a total of seven 3-pointers would fall for the Golden Raiders. Mecca, meanwhile, got going in the second half and the rest of his Ships teammates continued to battle despite being down by almost 20 points most of the half.

Lincoln 12 9 14 16 51
Sheboygan North 16 20 22 12 70


Kyle Hoffman 16, Patrick Johnson 8, Austin Mecca 17, Jake Rohrer 8, David Wronkowski 2.

Sheboygan North

Dan Campion 11, Ethan Guske 33, Joseph Hameister 10, Kevin Lang 1, David Larson 11, Dominic Mahn 4.

3-Point Goals – Lincoln -Manitowoc 4 (Kyle Hoffman 2, Patrick Johnson 2), Sheboygan North 7 (Dan Campion 1, Ethan Guske 5, David Larson 1), Total Fouls – Lincoln -Manitowoc 14, Sheboygan North 12.

New Holstein 68, Kiel 48

The Raiders were undone by the host Huskies offensive outbursts in the first and third quarter when they outscored Kiel by a combined 39-20.

Carter Voelker led the Raiders with a team-high nine points while Cole Voelker added eight.

Complete stats for this game were not provided to the Herald Times Reporter as of press deadline.

Kiel 14 18 6 10 48
New Holstein 21 19 18 10 68


Terren Driscoll 6, Bryce Gannigan 6, Jack Meunier 2, Brock Schneider 2, Carter Voelker 9, Cole Voelker 8, Calvin Winkel 2, Jacob Winkel 7, Seth Woods 4.

New Holstein

Jason Brandt 13, Jacob Daun 7, Hunter King-Whitney 18, Parker Lemke 16, Devon Mittnacht 2, Mark Sippel 6, Michael Voelker 6.

Chilton 59, Valders 55

The Vikings fell to the visiting Tigers in a tight Olympian Conference matchup.

No other information was provided to the Herald Times Reporter as of press deadline.

Roncalli 74, Mishicot 31

Roncalli jumped out to a 20-6 first-quarter lead and never looked back in the road win.

The Jets scored no fewer than 13 points in any quarter while allowing Mishicot to score less than 10 points in each frame. The Indians’ leading scorer was Derek Hlinak with eight points as they went 4-of-11 from the free-throw line to Roncalli’s 12-of-16 performance.

The Jets were led by Nate Lassila who had a game-high 21 points while teammate Sam Scheer had 13 points. Also for Roncalli, Alex Deets had 10 points. Roncalli made four 3-pointers to Mishicot’s one.

Reedsville 65, Manitowoc Lutheran 58

Visiting Lutheran jumped out to a 16-14 lead after the first quarter but it was all Reedsville the rest of the way.

Brock Gilsdorf had a game-high 27 points with two 3-pointers while teammates Zach Laabs and Cody Schamburek each added 11 points.

Lutheran was led by Garrett Buch and Jared Muench who each had 16 points.

Manitowoc Lutheran 16 16 6 20 58
Reedsville 14 21 8 22 65

Manitowoc Lutheran

Garrett Buch 16, Austin Gorte 2, Ethan Hillmer 6, Brad Kasten 8, David Menk 2, Jared Muench 16, Adam Schwede 6, Kyle Staudt 2.


Brett Dvorachek 6, Brock Gilsdorf 27, Bryler Kiekhaefer 2, Zach Laabs 11, Cody Schamburek 11, Bryce Wenzel 4.

3-Point Goals – Manitowoc Lutheran 4 (Garrett Buch 2, Jared Muench 2), Reedsville 3 (Brock Gilsdorf 2, Cody Schamburek 1), Total Fouls – Manitowoc Lutheran 24, Reedsville 19.


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