Leading 14-9 after the first quarter, the Two Rivers boys basketball team held Campbellsport to two points in the second quarter en route to a 66-46 home win on the Raiders’ Senior Night.
After allowing Campbellsport to start on a 5-0 run, Two Rivers took its first lead of the game at 9-7 with two minutes left in the first quarter. The Cougars never led after that.
From there, Two Rivers (15-7, 9-5 Eastern Wisconsin Conference) held Campbellsport (10-12, 5-9 EWC) scoreless for the second quarter’s first seven minutes and the Raiders outscored the Cougars 14-2 in the frame to lead 28-11 at halftime.
Campbellsport mounted a slight comeback in the third quarter to cut its deficit to nine points midway through, but the Raiders’ offense found its groove and went on a 9-0 run in the closing moments of the frame to lead 43-28 entering the fourth quarter.
Brett Kasper led Two Rivers with 14 points and 10 rebounds while teammate Brett Linzmeier added 12 points, 11 assists and eight rebounds. Also for the Raiders — who went 2-of-2 from the free-throw line — Ethan Willman had 13 points with three of their six 3-pointers and Dexter Smith had 11 points.
Two Rivers, which has won 10 of its last 12 games, will be off until Friday when it hosts the winner of Tuesday’s matchup of No. 12 New Holstein (3-17, 2-12 EWC) at No. 5 Chilton (15-6, 12-5 Olympian Conference).
The Raiders are a No. 4 seed in the WIAA Division 3 State Boys Basketball Tournament bracket and the regional semifinal game will begin at 7 p.m.
Cameron Greene 2, Brett Kasper 14, Brett Linzmeier 12, Austin Rehrauer 3, Mac Shimulunas 7, Dexter Smith 11, Jordan Steckler 2, Erik Wiegand 2, Ethan Willman 13.
3-Point Goals – Two Rivers 6 (Brett Linzmeier 1, Austin Rehrauer 1, Mac Shimulunas 1, Ethan Willman 3), Total Fouls – Two Rivers 11 (Brett Kasper 5).
Reedsville 51, St. Mary Central 48
Reedsville led 14-11 after the first quarter, 32-25 at halftime and held off a St. Mary Central rally in the second half in the home win.
Brock Gilsdorf had a game-high 21 points with two of the Panthers’ four 3-pointers while teammate Brett Dvorachek had 11 ponts and one 3-pointer.
St. Mary Central had seven 3-pointers and was 9-of-17 from the free-throw line while Reedsville was 5-of-9.
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Cameron Butler 9, Michael Daniels 5, Andrew Griffin 9, Zachary Hoheisel 13, Richard Vanden Branden 4, Seth Wallace 8.
Brett Dvorachek 11, Brock Gilsdorf 21, AJ Hynek 2, Bryler Kiekhaefer 2, Cody Schamburek 7, Bryce Wenzel 8.
3-Point Goals – St. Mary Central 7 (Cameron Butler 3, Zachary Hoheisel 2, Seth Wallace 2), Reedsville 4 (Brett Dvorachek 1, Brock Gilsdorf 2, Cody Schamburek 1), Total Fouls – St. Mary Central 15, Reedsville 17.
Valders 54, Mishicot 40
Valders held Mishicot to five points in the first quarter and led 32-19 at halftime for the road win.
The Vikings, who had five 3-pointers in the game, were led by Zach Goedeke who had a team-high 18 points. He was the only player to reach double digits in scoring for Valders, which was 5-of-10 on free throws.
Chris Kornelly had 14 points to lead Mishicot and teammate Derek Hlinak added 10 points with both of the team’s 3-pointers. The Indians were 14-of-21 on 3-pointers.
Forrest Fenlon 7, Zack Goedeke 18, Dayton Goehring 4, Ryan Jirschele 8, Evan Schueler 2, Thomas Schwoerer 5.
Dalton Derene 1, Dakota Geiger 2, Justin Herman 2, Derek Hlinak 10, Chris Kornelly 14, Jake Murphy 7, Jon Peterson 4.
3-Point Goals – Valders 5 (Forrest Fenlon 2, Thomas Schwoerer 1), Mishicot 2 (Derek Hlinak 2), Total Fouls – Valders 21, Mishicot 15.
Kiel 46, Kewaskum 38
Down 13-8 after the first quarter and 21-16 at halftime, Kiel rallied in the second half for the home win.
The Raiders were led by Carter Voelker who had a team-high 16 points and three of the team’s five 3-pointers. Also for Kiel, which shot 9-of-13 on free throws, Terren Driscoll had nine points and Cole Voelker had eight points.
Kewaskum had one 3-pointer and was 9-of-14 on free throws.
Complete team and individual statistics for Kewaskum, along with a roster, were not provided to the Herald Times Reporter as of press deadline.
Terren Driscoll 9, Bryce Gannigan 3, Jack Meunier 5, Jordan Meyer 4, Carter Voelker 16, Cole Voelker 8, Jacob Winkel 2.
3-Point Goals – Kewaskum 1, Kiel 7 (Terren Driscoll 2, Carter Voelker 3), Total Fouls – Kewaskum 14, Kiel 14.
Chilton 61, Manitowoc Lutheran 38
Down 12-10 after the first quarter, Manitowoc Lutheran was outscored 20-9 in the second quarter and couldn’t recover in the home loss.
The Lancers were led by Ethan Hillmer who had 10 points.
Lutheran had three 3-pointers and was 7-of-14 from the free-throw line while Chilton made five 3-pointers and shot 6-of-8 from the free-throw line.
Patrick Barany 4, Jered Bruckner 3, Lucas Forstner 4, Isaac Greuel 14, Andrew Huss 17, Brett Meyer 5, Grant Richman 4, Jerad Wagner 10.
Austin Gorte 2, Ethan Hillmer 10, Brad Kasten 2, Peter Menges 2, David Menk 2, Jared Muench 4, Joe Pautz 6, Adam Schwede 6, Kyle Staudt 4.
3-Point Goals – Chilton 5 (Andrew Huss 3, Jerad Wagner 2), Manitowoc Lutheran 3 (Jared Muench 1, Joe Pautz 2), Total Fouls – Chilton 19, Manitowoc Lutheran 15.