Boys basketball roundup: North takes down G.B. Southwest

Boys basketball roundup: North takes down G.B. Southwest

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Boys basketball roundup: North takes down G.B. Southwest

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Tuesday night threatened to be a long one for Sheboygan North’s boys basketball team.

Green Bay Southwest had surged ahead early, grabbing a 12-4 lead in the opening minutes of the Fox River Classic Conference match.

But the Raiders weren’t about to fold. North, led by Ethan Guske and Davis Larson, roared back in the second half to bat away the Trojans and earn their eighth conference win of the season with a 67-47 decision at home.

“They were making their shots and we needed to — we were missing ours and we needed to do something,” North coach Tom Desotell said. “And defense seemed to be the answer.”

The Raiders tightened up on defense late in the first half, eventually slowing Southwest’s momentum in time to narrow the halftime gap to just two points before swinging momentum in North’s direction in the third and fourth quarters.

Guske finished with a game-high 25 points, and Larson added 17 more for North (14-1, 8-1 FRCC).

Justin Schweiner and Aaron Moesch scored 16 and 13 points, respectively, for Southwest (7-6, 4-5 FRCC).

GB Southwest……19 12 3 13 — 47

Sheb. North………11 18 11 27 — 67

Green Bay Southwest — Schweiner 16, Moesch 13, Baranowski 6, Christensen 4, Denny 2, Kline 2, Laszewski 2, Rasmussen 2. 3-pt: Schweiner 3, Moesch 2. FT: 8-11. Fouls: 22.

Sheboygan North — Guske 25, Larson 17, Campion 8, Lang 6, Rudolph 6, Mahn 4, Stengel 1. 3-pt: Guske 2, Campion 2, Lang 2, Larson 1. FT: 16-25. Fouls: 14.

G.B. Notre Dame 64, Sheb. South 51

Slow starts at the beginning of the game and out of halftime doomed the Redwings on the road.

“We struggled out of the gate in both (the first and third quarters),” South coach Tim Schultz said. “We got it tight in the fourth, but (Notre Dame) finished it out by making free throws.”

Jake Knuth led South (1-13, 1-7 FRCC) with 14 points.

Bob Bobinski poured in 25 points for Notre Dame (10-3, 5-3).

Sheb. South…………11 8 15 17 — 51

G.B. Notre Dame…19 6 23 16 — 64

Sheb. South — Schroeder 6, Zietz 5, Pitsch 6, Knuth 14, Selk 4, McLaughlin 3, Jo. Jackson 2, Harrison 2, Miller 9. 3-pt: Miller 3, Knuth 2, Pitsch 2, Zietz. FT: 7-10. Fouls: 19.

G.B. Notre Dame — Snyder 2, Smyth 3, Bobinski 25, Borseth 14, Dennis 3, Vanden Meerendonk 2, Thompson 13, Krawczyk 2. 3-pt: Bobinski 3, Borseth 3, Thompson 2, Smith. FT: 13-18. Fouls 13.

Oostburg 63, Elkhart Lake 36

Josiah VerVelde drained a game-high 21 points, Tyler Hartmann added 10 more and Oostburg kept its perfect Central Lakeshore Conference season chugging ahead with a big win at home over Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah on Tuesday.

The Flying Dutchmen (10-2, 8-0 CLC) allowed just two Elkhart Lake points in the first quarter and streaked to a 32-13 halftime lead.

Antonio Bett led the Resorters (1-11, 0-8 CLC) with 16 points.

“I thought the whole team was patient,” Oostburg coach Kevin Bruggink said. “Elkhart was solid on defense, and they really made us defend. So I thought we sustained our defense.”

Elkhart Lake…….2 11 7 16 — 36

Oostburg……….14 18 17 14 — 63

Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah — Bett 16, Kaboord 6, Sadiq 6, Pritzl 2, Schmitt 2, Ty Taubenheim 2, Weiss 2. 3-pt: Bett 2, Kaboord 1. FT: 1-4. Fouls: 9.

Oostburg — VerVelde 21, Hartmann 10, Josiah 9, Flipse 6, Chaloupka 5, Gabrielse 3, Swart 3, Hurlbutt 2, Meerdink 2, Molter 2. 3-pt: Josiah 2, Hartmann 2, Gabrielse 1, Chaloupka 1. FT: 3-6. Fouls: 5.

Sheboygan Falls 78, Sheboygan Lutheran 53

Matt Wilke scored a game-high 22 points and Jake Hucke added 16 to help the Falcons soar to the non-conference victory.

Tyler Zastrow scored 12 points, behind teammate and Crusaders’ high-scorer Jacob Jurss, who notched 19.

Sheboygan Falls…………16 23 12 27 — 78

Sheboygan Lutheran….14 14 8 17 — 53

Sheboygan Falls — Wilke 22, Hucke 16, Tenpas 13, Clark 12, Meyer 9, Halverson 2, VanEngen 2, Mauer 2. 3-pt: Wilke 2, Clark 2, Hucke 1. FT: 11-13.

Sheboygan Lutheran — Jurss 19, Ty. Zastrow 12, P. Leibham 8, Ames 3, Scheele 3, Hasensten 2, Hess 2, Puksich 2, Ta. Zastrow 2. 3-pt: Jurss 2, Ames 1, Tyler Zastrow 1. FT: 13-21.

Howards Grove 60, Kohler 59

The Blue Bombers trailed by nine points early in the second half, but took off on a late-game comeback that saw them take a tenuous lead before falling just a point shy by the final buzzer Tuesday.

“We’ve got to figure out a way to win the close ones,” Kohler coach Ken Roeder said, noting his team has frequently been on the losing end of close games this season. “… Then the kids will be a little happier.”

Ethan Brinkman scored a game-high 24 points. And Davis Nennig and Austin Edge added, respectively, 18 and 12 points to lead Howards (10-4, 7-2 CLC).

Dominic Bocchini led Kohler (6-8, 2-6 CLC) with 14 points, and Brennan Ladwig and Connor Hogan added 12 and 10, respectively.

Howards Grove…….18 13 14 15 — 60

Kohler…………………14 10 19 16 — 59

Howards Grove — Brinkman 24, Nennig 18, Edge 12, Jahnke 4, Berg 2. 3-pt: Brinkman 3, Edge 1. FT: 2-7. Fouls: 8.

Kohler — Bocchini 14, Ladwig 12, Hogan 10, Case 6, Lewis 6, Misfeldt 6, Mueller 5. 3-pt: Bocchini 2, Mueller 1. FT: 4-10. Fouls: 12.

Cedar Grove 48, Random Lake 36

Adam Chier scored 14 points to lead the Rockets to a CLC win in the defensive contest.

“I was most pleased with our hard defensive effort tonight,” Cedar Grove coach Jim Meinen said.

Chier scored six of his 14 points in the second quarter as the Rockets (3-10, 3-6) opened up a 25-16 lead at halftime.

Logan Martin had 10 points for Random (4-9, 2-7).

Random Lake…7 9 10 10 — 36

Cedar Grove…9 16 10 13 — 48

Random Lake — DeBroux 2, Martin 10, Al. Rathke 6, Fechter 3, Luotio 9, Sveom 2, Aa. Rathke 4. 3-pt: Luotio. FT: 7-14. Fouls: 15.

Cedar Grove — Winker 6, Emperley 5, Peterson 3, Bares 14, Ad. Chier 14, Lemmermann 6. 3-pt: Ad. Chier. FT: 8-15. Fouls: 12.

Ozaukee 72, Sheb. Christian 50

Owen Miller poured in 22 points, including 11-of-11 from the free-throw line, as the Warriors earned the road victory.

Stephen Street had 16 points and Colton Susen had 14, including 6-of-6 from the line, for Ozaukee (10-4, 6-2 CLC).

Jim Rasmussen led Christian (5-7, 4-4) with 13 points.

Ozaukee……………12 19 21 20 — 72

Sheb. Christian…..6 10 15 19 — 50

Ozaukee — Miller 22, Susen 14, Bares 1, Dieringer 5, S. Street 16, T. Street 1, Radtke 4, M. Richter 3, A. Richter 6. 3s: Miller, Susen 2. FT: 23-33. F: 11.

Sheb. Christian — Otte 2, J. Stecker 9, Rasmussen 13, K. Stecker 5, Black 2, Kelly 8, Koerber 4, Andringa 7. 3s: J. Stecker, Rathmussen 3, K. Stecker, Andringa. FT: 12-15. F: 28. Fouled out: Otte.

Plymouth 53, Port Washington 48

It was another poor shooting night for the Panthers, who did just enough to earn the non-conference win.

“We just couldn’t put the ball in the basket,” Plymouth coach Jason Duff said. “We were doing everything else, we defended well, we were getting to the line.”

Collin Denzin sparked Plymouth (12-3) with three 3-pointers in the third quarter. Cory Unger led the Panthers with 17 points.

Port Wash…10 9 13 16 — 48

Plymouth…13 8 13 19 — 53

Port Washington — Weiland 6, Burbach 22, Gehrke 2, Clarke 3, Jackson 13, Will 2. 3-pt: Weiland, Burbach 2, Jackson. FT: 4-6. Fouls: 15.

Plymouth — Unger 17, Neils 3, Henning 2, Mueller 4, Denzin 9, Jankowski 4, Nygaard 10, Freiderichs 4. 3-pt: Unger, Denzin 3, Nygaard. FT: 14-18. Fouls: 11.

Mayville 54, Kiel 45

After leading 12-8 at the end of the first quarter, host Kiel fell behind 28-26 at halftime and never recovered.

Jacob Winkel led Kiel (4-11) with 10 points while teammates Cole Voelker and Terren Driscoll each added eight.

A complete box score was unavailable Tuesday night.

Mayville…8 20 9 17 — 54

Kiel…12 14 9 10 — 45

Kiel — Driscoll 8, Gannigan 2, Meyer 5, Ca. Voelker 6, Co. Voelker 8, Winkel 10, Woods 6. 3-pt: Co. Voelker 2, Fouls: 18.

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