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On a night when a pair of former Manitowoc Lincoln standouts were honored, the Ships boys basketball team fell to visiting Sheboygan South on Friday 65-35.

David LaTour paced Lincoln with a team-high eight points as the Ships trailed 28-17 at halftime, during which the Lincoln High School Athletic Department inducted Eric Olson and Greg Gretz into its Athletic Wall of Fame. Two more inductees, Brian Eisner and Len Nikolai, had their inductions postponed to 2015 due to previous commitments.

Olson is a 1986 graduate of Manitowoc Lincoln and was a three-sport letter winner excelling in football, basketball and track & field while Gretz, a 1967 graduate, made his mark in football, wrestling and track.

In the Ships favor was LaTour, who drained a pair of 3-pointers.

Sheb. South…11 17 14 17
— 65


Man. Lincoln…4 13 6 12 — 35

Sheb. South — Pitch 17, Zietz 2, Miller 2, Slimmer 8, Henrickson 4, Felk 6, Smith 2, McLaughlin 1, Amundsen 3, Reklaitiski 14, Jurrs 6. 3-pt: Pitch 5, Slimmer, Amundsen, Jurrs. FT: 9-13. Fouls: 16.

Man. Lincoln — Ullman 5, Braun 4, Schneider 4, Theirs 4, Rohr 2, LaTour 8, Landon 4, Kohls 4. 3-pt: Ullman, LaTour 2, Landon. FT: 6-10. Fouls: 16.

Man. Lutheran 55, Mishicot 39

The visiting Lancers trailed 12-11 after the first quarter but outscored the Indians 44-27 the rest of the way for the win.

Jared Muench led Lutheran with a game-high 19 points including four 3-pointers.

For Mishicot, Jacob Murphy paced the Indians with a team-high 10 points.

Man. Lutheran…11 15 16 13
— 55

Mishicot…12 8 8 11 — 39

Man. Lutheran — Blattler 1, Pautz 2, Walters 2, Schwede 8, Muench 19, E. Hillmer 7, Kasten 3, Staudt 4, Liermann 1, Krueger 8. 3-pt: Muench 4. FT: 11-22. Fouls: 17.

Mishicot — Herman 5, J. Peterson 6, Curry 6, Murphy 10, Kunesh 1, D. Peterson 2, C. Haack 9. 3-pt: C. Haack. FT: 10-15. Fouls 21.

Kiel 66, New Holstein 51

The visiting Raiders trailed 10-8 after the first quarter but rallied to win handily.

Carter Voelker’s team-high 27 points led the way for Kiel while Terren Driscoll added 14 and both hit a pair of 3-pointers.

The third quarter was key for the Raiders, who held a slim 28-26 halftime advantage but outscored the Huskies by 14 in the third.

Kiel…8 20 25 13
— 66

New Holstein…10 16 11 14 — 51

Kiel — Driscoll 14, Nickel 4, Voelker 27, Meunier 6, Gannigan 4, Brack 2, Winkel 9. 3-pt: Driscoll 2, Voelker 2, Gannigan. FT: 13-24. Fouls: 15.

New Holstein — Johnson 5, Olm 2, Karrels 2, Voelker 3, Lemke 6, Beirne 8, Sippel 11, Casper 1, Burg 13. 3-pt: Johnson, Voelker, Lemke, Burg. FT: 5-11. Fouls 16.

Roncalli 72, St. Mary Central 50

Nick Stelzer’s game-high 25 points led the visiting Jets past the Zephyrs.

Also in double figures for Roncalli was Logan Theisen (17) and Josh Erickson (15). The Jets were proficient from deep, with Stelzer hitting five 3-pointers and Erickson draining three of his own.

Roncalli held a 29-23 advantage heading into halftime but outscored St. Mary Central by 16 in the second half to pull away.

Roncalli…15 14 20 23
— 72

St. Mary Central…13 10 10 17 — 50

Roncalli — Zimmer 1, Ahola 8, Johnson 5, Stelzer 25, Erickson 15, Theisen 17, Vogel 1. 3-pt: Stelzer 5, Erickson 3, Johnson. FT: 5-7. Fouls: 11.

St. Mary Central — Hunt 7, Griffith 9, Jack 2, Butler 6, Schodorf 1, Waldrop 2, Griffin 15, Hoheisel 8. 3-pt: Hoheisel 2, Butler 2, Griffith, Hunt. FT: 4-8. Fouls 12.

Sheb. Falls 54, Two Rivers 50

Ethan Willman’s team-high 30 points were not enough for the host Raiders against the Falcons.

Willman accounted for 60 percent of Two Rivers’ offense, including hitting four 3-pointers.

The Raiders trailed 41-40 entering the fourth and couldn’t complete the comeback.

Sheb. Falls…17 9 15 13
— 54

Two Rivers…10 14 16 10 — 50

Two Rivers — D. Smith 9, Willman 30, Peterson 3, Rehrauer 2, Slaby 2, Steckler 4. 3-pt: D. Smith 3, Willman 4, Peterson. FT: 2-3. Fouls: 8.

*Stats for Sheboygan Falls were not provided

Brillion 54, Reedsville 47

The Panthers kept pace with the host Lions and entered the fourth tied at 32-32 before Brillion outscored Reedsville by seven in the fourth for the final margin.

Bryce Wenzel scored a team-high 16 points for the Panthers and teammate Brock Gilsdorf added 13 of his own.

Reedsville…14 9 9 15
— 47

Brillion…14 5 13 22 — 54

Reedsville — Schamburek 8, Gilsdorf 13, Laabs 1, Fenlon 7, Hassemer 2, Wenzel 16. 3-pt: Gilsdorf, Fenlon, Wenzel. FT: 4-7. Fouls: 21.

*Stats for Brillion were not provided

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