Boys basketball roundup: Jets soar past Indians

Boys basketball roundup: Jets soar past Indians

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Boys basketball roundup: Jets soar past Indians

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Josh Erickson scored a game-high 17 points to pace the visiting Roncalli boys basketball team past Mishicot on Friday 77-22.

Erickson was joined in double figures by teammates Shane Johnson (14) and Andrew Ahola (10). The duo of Erickson and Ahola contributed a combined five 3-pointers with Erickson sinking three and Ahola a pair of his own.

With the win, the Jets improve to 13-1 and 10-0 in the Olympian Conference.

For Mishicot, Colten Haack scored a team-high 12 points to lead the Indians (2-12, 1-10 OC).

Roncalli…22 20 25 10
— 77


Mishicot…5 9 4 5 — 22

Roncalli — Heyduk 2, Deets 3, Dudek 3, Hilliker 3, Ahola 10, Johnson 14, Patek 3, Stelzer 7, Erickson 17, Vogel 3, Theisen 12. 3-pt: Dudek, Ahola 2, Johnson, Patek, Stelzer, Erickson 3, Theisen. FT: 13-19. Fouls: 15.

Mishicot — Herman 4, J. Peterson 4, Brotski 2, C. Haack 12. 3-pt: C. Haack. FT: 3-7. Fouls: 20.

Reedsville 59, Hilbert 29

The host Panthers got a game-high 16 points from A.J. Hynek to propel them past the Wolves.

Also in double digits for Reedsville (8-5, 5-5 Olympian Conference) were Cody Schamburek (13) and Bryce Wenzel (12).

Hilbert…7 6 2 14
— 29

Reedsville…17 15 13 14 — 59

Hilbert — Hansen 4, Krueger 5, Jones 9, Wiese 3, Moehn 4, Halbach 4. 3-pt: Krueger, Jones. FT: 8-11. Fouls: 20.

Reedsville — Schamburek 13, Gilsdorf 4, Laabs 2, Fenlon 4, Hassemer 5, Wendland 1, Dietrich 2, Hynek 16, Wenzel 12. 3-pt: Schamburek. FT: 12-22. Fouls 18.

Kiel 56, Sheb. Falls 37

Jacob Winkel’s double-double led the visiting Raiders to the win over the Falcons.

Winkel scored a team-high 17 points while grabbing 12 rebounds to pace Kiel. Also in double digits for the Raiders with 11 points was Carter Voelker.

Kiel jumped out to an early 19-7 lead after the first quarter and led 38-31 entering the fourth before pulling away in the final frame, outscoring Falls 18-6 in the fourth.

Kiel…19 11 8 18
— 56

Sheb. Falls…7 11 13 6 — 37

Kiel — Driscoll 9, Nickel 9, Walsh 2, Voelker 11, Meunier 2, Winkel 17, Fale 2, Niemuth 4. 3-pt: Driscoll 2, Nickel, Voelker. FT: 6-12. Fouls: 13.

*Stats for Sheboygan Falls were not provided

Wrightstown 41, Man. Lutheran 39

The host Lancers fell just short against the Tigers with Wrightstown outscoring Lutheran 16-7 in the final frame.

Jared Muench paced Lutheran (6-10, 4-8 Olympian Conference) with a team-high 16 points while teammate Adam Schwede added 10.

Wrightstown…9 14 2 16
— 41

Man. Lutheran…8 9 15 7 — 39

Wrightstown — Haese 16, DeCramer 3, Laack 8, Larson 6, Kahler 2, Kola 3, Tucker 3. 3-pt: Haese 4, DeCramer, Kola. FT: 5-11. Fouls: 15.

Man. Lutheran — Schwede 10, Muench 13, E. Hillmer 4, Kasten 7, Krueger 5. 3-pt: Muench, Krueger. FT: 7-13. Fouls 13.

New Holstein 64, Two Rivers 56

Ethan Willman scored 17 points for the host Raiders as they fell 64-56 in an Eastern Wisconsin Conference game Friday night.

Two Rivers held a four-point lead at the half.

Dexter Smith joined Willman in double figures with 15 points.

The Raiders (8-7, 4-4 EWC) play host to Campbellsport on Monday.

New Holstein…13 15 18 18
— 64

Two Rivers…19 13 10 14 — 56

Two Rivers — D. Smith 15, Willman 17, Peterson 2, Rehrauer 8, Slaby 7, Steckler 7. 3-pt: D. Smith 1, Willman 2, Rehrauer 2, Slaby. FT: 4-11. Fouls 16.

Stats for New Holstein were not provided.

Man. Lincoln 70, GB West 58

Adam Bonk scored a game-high 30 points, including going 16-for-18 from the free-throw line, to lead the visiting Ships to the win over the Wildcats.

Also in double figures for Lincoln was T.J. Schneider who added 17 of his own.

The Ships held a slim 12-10 lead after the first quarter before taking control in the second for a 34-25 halftime advantage.

Man. Lincoln…12 22 14 22
— 70

GB West…10 15 16 17 — 58

Man. Lincoln — Ullman 6, Bonk 30, Wronkowski 8, Schneider 17, Braun 2, Landon 2, Kohls 5. 3-pt: Ullman, Wronkowski 2, Schneider. FT: 24-30. Fouls: 20.

GB West — Stacy 4, Hall 15, Brake 6, Riley 6, Bryant 17, Weber 4, Coleman 6. 3-pt: Riley, Bryant, Coleman 2. FT: 10-26. Fouls 23.

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