Boys basketball roundup: Reedsville knocks off Mishicot (updated)

Boys basketball roundup: Reedsville knocks off Mishicot (updated)

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Boys basketball roundup: Reedsville knocks off Mishicot (updated)

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The host Reedsville boys basketball team jumped out to a 30-16 halftime and held Mishicot to six points in the second half en route to a 55-22 victory.

Brock Gilsdorf scored a game-high 14 points to lead the Panthers while teammates Zach Laabs (12) and Bryce Wenzel (10) were also in double figures.

For Mishicot, Dustin Peterson scored a team-high nine points.

Mishicot…7 9 3 3
— 22


Reedsville…21 9 19 6 — 55

Mishicot — J. Peterson 2, Curry 4, Murphy 5, Q. Haack 2, D. Peterson 9. 3-pt: D. Peterson 2. FT: 6-14. Fouls: 16.

Reedsville — Schamburek 6, Gilsdorf 14, Laabs 12, Haese 3, Fenlon 5, Hassemer 3, Hynek 2, Wenzel 10. 3-pt: Schamburek, Laabs 2, Fenlon. FT: 10-20 Fouls: 18.

Roncalli 72, Hilbert 23

The visiting Jets used a strong second quarter to build a 42-12 halftime lead they wouldn’t relinquish against the Wolves.

Roncalli outscored Hilbert 25-2 in the second quarter and limited the Wolves to just 11 points in the entire second half. The win also secured the Olympian Conference title for the Jets.

Josh Erickson scored a game-high 22 points for the Jets while teammate Nick Stelzer joined him in double figures with 12 of his own. Both Erickson and Stelzer also added three 3-pointers on the night to account for six of the 11 3’s hit by Roncalli.

Roncalli…17 25 19 11
— 72

Hilbert…10 2 7 4 — 23

Roncalli — Heyduk 3, Deets 2, Zimmer 3, Dudek 9, Hilliker 7, Ahola 3, Johnson 2, Patek 2, Stelzer 12, Erickson 22, Theisen 7. 3-pt: Stelzer 3, Erickson 3, Dudek 2, Heyduk, Zimmer, Hilliker. FT: 19-25. Fouls: 19.

Hilbert — Hansen 2, Krueger 1, Jones 11, Wiese 2, J. Moehn 1, Gruett 4, B. Moehn 2. FT: 11-21. Fouls 25.

Valders 56, Brillion 54

Forest Fenlon hit an 18-foot jumper at the buzzer to propel Valders over host Brillion 56-54 in an OC contest.

The Vikings saw a 13-point lead evaporate in the fourth quarter, but Fenlon came to the rescue. He finished the game with 16 points.

Thomas Schwoerer notched a game high-18 points for Valders, including four 3-pointers.

Valders…14 14 18 10
— 56

Brillion…17 7 9 21 — 54

Valders — Korslin 2, Schueler 3, Fenlon 16, Saunders 2, Schowerer 17, Miler 9, Shimon 7. 3-pt: Fenloln 4, Schwoerer 3, Miller. FT: 4-9. Fouls: 16.

Brillion — Krizenesky 5, Haase 5, Mathiebe 16, Van Thiel 2, Rieder 2, Jensen 14, Lemke 10. . 3-pt: Mathiebe. FT: 13-21. Fouls 12.

Kewaskum 57, Kiel 53

The Raiders outscored the Indians by three in the fourth quarter but it wasn’t enough to complete the comeback.

Jacob Winkel poured in 21 points and Terren Driscoll added 17 to lead Kiel’s offense.

Kiel…10 15 12 16
— 53

Kewaskum…12 19 13 13 — 57

Kiel — Driscoll 17, Nickel 2, Walsh 5, Voelker 5, Brack 2, Winkel 21, Niemuth 1. 3-pt: Driscoll 3. FT: 18-29. Fouls: 20.

Kewaskum — Stern 8, Schulz 8, Limberg 6, Witek 7, Guth 4, Rate 10, Hanson 6, Prochnow 8. 3-pt: Stern 2, Limberg, Prochnow 2. FT: 10-23. Fouls: 21.

Chilton 54, Man. Lutheran 52

Lucas Forstner hit a 10-foot jump shot with 12 second left for the host Tigers to hand the Lancers the loss.

Lutheran led 35-34 entering the fourth quarter before Chilton rallied at the end.

Jared Muench scored a game-high 23 points to lead the Lancers, including three 3-pointers, and was joined in double figures by teammate Adam Schwede (10).

Man. Lutheran…13 12 10 17
— 52

Chilton…12 12 10 20 — 54

Man. Lutheran — Schwede 12, Muench 23, E. Hillmer 2, Kasten 2, Staudt 4, Krueger 9. 3-pt: Muench 3, Krueger. FT: 8-11. Fouls: 14.

Chilton — Richman 3, Delebreau 4, Bruckner 11, Wagner 16, Meyer 5, Forstner 9, Greuel 4, Moehn 2. 3-pt: Bruckner, Wagner 2, Forstner. FT: 8-13. Fouls 16.

Bay Port 84, Man. Lincoln 44

T.J. Schneider’s team-high 17 points weren’t enough for the Ships against the Pirates.

Schneider was joined in double figures by teammates Preston Ullman and David LaTour as each scored 10 apiece,

Lincoln trailed 15-10 after the first quarter but was outscored by 18 in the second by Bay Port which took a 40-17 lead into the half and never looked back.

Bay Port…15 25 25 19
— 84

Man. Lincoln…10 7 17 10 — 44

Bay Port — Abfall 4, Minzlaff 3, Fuglestad 2, Noe 11, Jahnke 9, Jacques 2, Sagal 27, Klein 4, Lorbeck 9, Melachior 2, DeCleene 11. 3-pt: Minzlaff, Sagal 4, DeCleene 3. FT: 12-12. Fouls: 11.

Man. Lincoln — Ullman 10, Wronkowski 5, Schneider 17, LaTour 10, Kohls 2. 3-pt: Ullman 2, Wronkowski, Schneider 2, LaTour 2. FT: 1-1. Fouls 10.

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