Prep boys basketball roundup: TR starts hot in win

Prep boys basketball roundup: TR starts hot in win


Prep boys basketball roundup: TR starts hot in win


Dexter Smith made his first five shots — including three 3-pointers — as the Two Rivers boys basketball team defeated visiting Algoma 67-46 on Friday night.

Smith scored 14 points in the first quarter as the Raiders raced out to a 22-12 lead entering the second quarter.

Two Rivers committed just three turnovers in the first half while forcing 10 Algoma turnovers as the Raiders led 36-21 at halftime.

An 11-2 run by Algoma in the third quarter gave it new life, but at 45-37 entering the final frame, the Raiders answered with a 12-0 run of their own to seal the win.

Smith finished with a team-high 23 points while teammate Brett Linzmeier added 14 with 13 rebounds.

Brett Kasper also added 11 points and 12 rebounds for Two Rivers and Mac Shimulunas had nine points. Eight Two Rivers players scored in the game as the Raiders were 7-of-11 from the free-throw line.

Individual and team statistics for Algoma were not submitted to the Herald Times Reporter as of press deadline.

Algoma 12 9 16 9 46
Two Rivers 22 14 9 22 67

Two Rivers

Cameron Greene 4, Brett Kasper 11, Brett Linzmeier 14, Mac Shimulunas 9, Brett Slaby 3, Dexter Smith 23, Jordan Steckler 2, Ethan Willman 1.

3-Point Goals – Two Rivers 8 (Brett Kasper 1, Brett Linzmeier 2, Mac Shimulunas 1, Dexter Smith 4), Total Fouls – Two Rivers 14.

DeForest 56, Manitowoc Lincoln 49

At the Sun Prairie Tournament, Lincoln trailed 9-8 after the first quarter but tied the game up to make it 21-21 at halftime.

The Ships entered the fourth quarter with a 32-29 lead.

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

Reedsville 55, Sevastopol 49

Reedsville led 12-10 after the first quarter and never looked back in the home win.

Brock Gilsdorf had a team-high 13 points for the Panthers while teammates Cody Schamburek and Brett Dvorachek each added 10 points.

Bryler Kiekhaefer and Bryce Wenzel each added nine points for Reedsville, which made just one 3-pointer while allowing Sevastopol to make five 3’s.

The Panthers were 16-of-25 from the free-throw line while Sevastopol was 2-of-7.

Sevastopol 10 6 15 18 49
Reedsville 12 8 20 15 55


Bryce Birmingham 14, Noel Farber 10, Cody Giesseman 15, Brody Paschke 7, Weston Zielke 3.


Brett Dvorachek 10, Brock Gilsdorf 13, Bryler Kiekhaefer 9, Zach Laabs 4, Cody Schamburek 10, Bryce Wenzel 9.

3-Point Goals – Sevastopol 5 (Bryce Birmingham 2, Cody Giesseman 1, Brody Paschke 1, Weston Zielke 1), Reedsville 1 (Brock Gilsdorf 1), Total Fouls – Sevastopol 16, Reedsville 8.

Kiel 47, Valders 40

Trailing 13-11 after the first quarter and 23-20 at halftime, host Kiel took the lead with four minutes left in the third quarter and never looked back for the win.

Valders went seven minutes between the third and fourth quarters without scoring and trailed Kiel 36-27 entering the final frame.

Terren Driscoll and Jacob Winkel each scored 16 points for Kiel.

Zack Goedeke scored a game-high 19 points for Valders, and Ryan Jirschele added 10.

Valders made three 3-pointers and shot 3-of-8 from the free-throw line while Kiel had five 3-pointers — three by Driscoll — and was 8-of-15 from the free-throw line.

Valders 13 10 4 13 40
Kiel 11 9 16 11 47


Marc Bauer 2, Forrest Fenlon 2, Zack Goedeke 19, Ryan Jirschele 10, Thomas Schwoerer 7.


Terren Driscoll 16, Jack Meunier 3, Carter Voelker 6, Jacob Winkel 16, Seth Woods 6.

3-Point Goals – Valders 3 (Zack Goedeke 1, Thomas Schwoerer 2), Kiel 5 (Terren Driscoll 3, Carter Voelker 2), Total Fouls – Valders 14, Kiel 12.


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