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Area Teams Advance to Regional Second Round

Issue Date: February 17, 2021

Bulldogs Blitz Panthers in Regional Opener

The Peshtigo Bulldog boys did what the Bulldog girls were one point short of last week by beating Oconto Falls in regionals, 85-63.

While the Peshtigo girls came up short in a low-scoring affair while playing stout defense, both teams shot the lights out in the second half of Tuesday's matchup between the two teams.

After a 35-22 Peshtigo lead at halftime, the teams combined for 91 points in the second half, with Peshtigo's 50 pushing the Bulldogs to victory.

"Offensively, we were pretty crisp tonight. We didn't settle for 3-point shots like we usually do. Oconto Falls is pretty small, so our gameplan was to try to get the ball inside and try to get looks inside," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "I thought our defense in the first half was pretty darn good and then in the second half, we let up a little bit and it was a high-scoring second half. We've got to clean that up defensively, but other than that, our guys came out tonight and played with some energy that we've been lacking in the last weeks. To get a playoff win's always nice."

The leader for Peshtigo was Adam Bauman, who seemed to score at will, dumping in 31 points on 11-of-21 shooting. He made two of his six shots from beyond the arc and seven of nine free throws.

"Our senior tonight Adam Bauman played tremendous. He didn't want it to be his last game," Boucher said. "He had a career-high 31 tonight. He got whatever he wanted inside the paint and put some easy bunnies in. He didn't settle for threes, offensively he carried tonight."

Not to be outdone, Peshtigo's Landon Lemke finished the game with 24 points and 13 rebounds.

"Landon got free the last couple minutes to bump his total up, but I thought Landon did a really good job tonight rebounding the basketball," Boucher said. "Landon showed some heart tonight on the glass."

Muaz Salem continued his consistent energy off the bench by providing 10 points and six rebounds and Christian Boyle scored seven points with 10 rebounds, four of which came on the offensive end of the floor.

When the final buzzer sounded, Peshtigo had grabbed 52 rebounds to Oconto Falls' 20.

Despite allowing 41 points in the second half, Peshtigo allowed just a 29% shooting tally from the Panthers (22-for-74). The Panthers saw just four of their 25 shots from 3-point range find the bottom of the net.

Peshtigo shot 34-for-70 as a team, good for 48%.

The Bulldogs allowed more fans into the game Tuesday than in other games this season, something that Boucher said he thought the players could feel.

"Tonight was the first time we could actually have more than two people per player for fans," he said. "The gym was loud, the crowd was into it, I think that got our guys a little bit jacked up too, and like I said, the kids' effort was excellent tonight. That's all you can ask for."

Oconto Falls' Isaac Raddatz made six of 26 shot attempts to finish with 23 points. He got to the line frequently, making 11 of 15 attempts. Braden Uelman had 19 points on 8-of-18 shooting. He grabbed nine of Oconto Falls' 20 rebounds on the night.



Lena Takes Win Over Gillett

The Lena Wildcats were the victors inThursday nights showdown with the Gillett Tigers who they defeated in Lena 50-42.

"The Kids played really hard," said Gillett Head Coach Russ Young. "The boys were exhausted by the end of this one. We ask these boys to play a total 36 minutes. Our defense played well tonight and I thought we did a great job holding back Beyer."

The Wildcats may have ended the visitors but they certainly didn't get the win handed to them as they had to battle back from a first half deficit to bag the win. Over that first half the Wildcats watched as the Tigers ran amuck on the court for a 21-15 lead.

"We handled their 1-1-3 defense very well," said Lena Head Coach Fritz Weidner. "They had to switch defense once we got that lead and once they did that we had their number."

A feisty Wildcat crew were not going to be denied a comeback win as they went wild over the second half for 35 points and held the Tigers for 21. That second half saw Max Beyer set the tone with 20 points.

"We got plenty of good looks over the first half," said Weidner. "We just didn't get those shots to land. I told the boys at half, you guys are getting good looks, just keep shooting. Then the second half we start hitting those shots and it was an entirely different game."

Beyer was the nights top scorer as well, getting 30 total points for his Wildcats. Reed Hosking and Mason Swanson posted five points each while Lane Whiting and Jacob Belongia both added four points each.

Gillett was led by Brandon DeBauch with nine points. Aidan Patza and Austin Vandecorput both added eight points each. Ben Matczak and Aydin Franti got seven points a piece.

"Theres a long way to go for this team," said Young. "We have some improvements to make for next year. From where we've started to where we are its leaps and bounds. These kids work so hard and are buying into what we are trying to do. We just need the experience and strength that comes with time.



Polazzo Leads Marinette Past Antigo in Tourney Opener

It hasn't been an easy season for the Marinette Marines, but they're playing their best basketball when it counts, coach Matt Joost said.

The hottest player on the Marines right now is Asaia Polazzo, who scored 38 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Marines to an 84-66 win over Antigo in the first round of regionals Tuesday night.

"I thought we came out with a lot of energy tonight. We knew we could get to the basket on them pretty well and we did," Joost said. "Asaia had the best game of his career " 38 and 12 " I didn't even know it was that much either half, all of a sudden coach Wagner told me he had 21 in the first half. I didn't even realize he had that much, so he did a great job for us tonight, he was our best rebounder."

The Marines led 45-28 at the first half and never looked back, with Sam Sommerfeldt making a pair of big 3-pointers just before the half. He finished with 16 points in the game.

"Sam Sommerfeldt hit some huge shots at the end of the first half to take that step away from them toward the halftime," Joost said. "We've been on the other end of that a lot of times this year where we'd be hanging in through about the half and they were kind of doing that to us and he hit two big ones."

Jake Sommerfeldt had 13. Carson Erdman finished with eight points for Marinette.

The Marines built their lead even more in the second half, up to a high of 30 when Sam Sommerfeldt sunk a triple to make the score 76-46.

Antigo would score a few buckets to get the score down to 18 in the end, but it was a good win for the Marines, who played some good defense, Joost said.

"Overall, defensively, I thought we were pretty good, especially in the first half. We had a few lulls in there, but overall I'm really proud of the effort," Joost said. "We're playing our best basketball of the season right now and that's all we can ask for."

That will be put to the test Friday, when Marinette faces off with top-seeded Seymour.



Elcho Defeats Wausaukee

The Elcho Hornets were too much for the Wausaukee Rangers Tuesday night as they fell hard to the Hornets 81-46 in Elcho.

The Hornets were ahead 44-20 at the half and set the cruise control over the second half for a 37-26 differential.

Wausaukee was led by Brenden Versaskas with 14 points. Peyton Betts and Corey Boesen both posted 11 points each while Layne Rowley added five.

Elcho was led by Seth Schuett with 24 points and Chase Novak with 16 points. Cole Kupfer finished with 13 points.



Suring Slaps Wausaukee with Five Point Loss

The Suring Eagles were the victors in last weeks showdown with the hosting Wausaukee Rangers. After a down and out battle the Eagles were on top 59-54.

The close contest was never saw a team create enough of a lead to put the game away as the Eagles held the slight edge 29-25.

The second half differential kept the Eagles up on the score board 30-39.

Leading the way for the Rangers was Brenden Versaskas with 25 points. Danny Suennen posted nine points while Corey Boesen chipped in seven.

The Eagles had the nights top score in Taron Haak who went wild for 34 points. Ashtyn Edwards followed up with eight while Mason Ferrell added six to the tally.



Bulldogs Collar Wolves Despite Offensive Struggles

It was far from pretty, but Peshtigo's 38-33 win over Algoma on Thursday will look the same in the record book as a 25-point win.

Peshtigo shot just 30% from the field, making 12 of its 40 shots. On the other end, Algoma made 38% from the field, but attempted just 31 shots in the game, as the Wolves really slowed things down and didn't force anything offensively.

"Give Algoma some credit. We did have a good start tonight, and they stuck with their gameplan the whole night," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "They were finishing on offense, they passed it around until they got an open shot. We would get up 10, 12 points and they wouldn't force anything, they would continue to pass the ball around."

Peshtigo built itself some leads of double digits, but the Bulldogs just didn't have the energy required to blow out the Wolves.

"I think the big thing tonight, the effort wasn't there like it usually is for us. I don't know what it was tonight. We beat them pretty easy the first time. Maybe the guys had that in the back of their mind, but going into the last two games of the regular season, you should be fired up and ready to play," Boucher said. "Tonight our guys just didn't have our energy, it looked like. It didn't help that we didn't get shots to fall. It's a low scoring game, an ugly game, but a win's a win, so we'll take it."

Peshtigo's leading scorer was Landon Lemke, who scored 10 points with nine rebounds of the team's 22.

Collin Engman also scored 10 points on 4-of-10 shooting. Adam Bauman added eight points on the night.



Bulldogs End Regular Season With Win Over Pioneers

Peshtigo wrapped up the regular season with a fairly comfortable win over Sevastopol, 62-51.

Peshtigo led 28-19 at the half and built a lead of 20 before pulling some starters late on, which allowed Sevastopol to cut the lead to 12 by the end of the game.

Sevastopol shot 19-for-51 (37%), three percentage points better than Peshtigo (22-for-64), but the Bulldogs took more shots after 18 offensive rebounds to Sevastopol's five. Peshtigo out-rebounded Sevastopol 40 to 20 in total.

Leading Peshtigo in offensive rebounding was Mauz Salem, who came in off the bench to grab six rebounds (four offensive), scoring nine points and playing good defense as well.

"We were struggling late in the first half, early in the second half, and Muaz Salem came in and played an excellent ballgame tonight," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "A lot of timely offensive rebounds, good defense, good rebounding on defense, making plays on offense, driving to the basket and finding open guys " Muaz definitely was the player of the game for us tonight. His energy for us was outstanding. Hopefully he can keep that going and guys can feed off that."

Another thing that the players fed off of was the fact that it was senior night for the Bulldogs.

"I thought tonight the kids, to start the game, were pretty full of energy because it was senior night, maybe they were playing for Adam [Bauman] and Luke [McMahon], but we got off to a good start tonight and at times," Boucher said. "We had some lulls again but for the most part, we were in control tonight. It's always nice to win the last one going into the playoffs."

Bauman scored 11 points on 4-of-11 shooting for Peshtigo. Landon Lemke had 11 as well, shooting 4-for-8. Each of them had six rebounds and three steals.



Marines Drop Close NEC Finale With Clintonville 48-45

The Marinette Marines struggled offensively in a loss to Clintonville on Thursday night, losing by a 48-45 score.

Marinette scored just 16 points in the first half, but trailed by just three points after holding Clintonville to 19. The two teams picked things up a little bit offensively in the second half, each scoring 29 points.

Asaia Polazzo scored 19 points for Marinette, taking 21 shots in the game. He made seven of them, along with five of six free throws.

Nate Poetzl scored nine on 3-of-5 shooting.

Charlie Bailey grabbed 11 rebounds for Marinette.



Crivitz Defeats STAA

The Crivitz Wolverines enjoyed a blow out win over the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavalier last Friday night in Crivitz.

The win saw the Wolverine run away with the lead early, getting to a 36-14 lead at the half.

The second was nearly an identical half with the Wolverines posting another 36 points and holding the Cavvies to 15 points.

STAA was led by Ethan Russell with 13 points and Griffen Know with six points. Ethan Braley got five points.

Crivitz was led by Alec Grandaw with 13 points. Sean Christiansen and Brady Tadisch both added 12 points while Eian Baumann chipped in 10 points to the effort.



Crivitz Posts Win Over Lena

The Crivitz Wolverines piled up the scores in Saturdays matchup with the Lena Wildcats. After the dust settled in Crivitz the Wolverines had amassed 81 point to the Wildcats' 42.

Thanks to some quick scoring by Eian Baumann the Wolverines rapidly saw their lead increase over the first half, getting the lead at the first buzzer 47-24.

That lead was barley scratched by the Wildcats over the second half as the Wolverines rolled to the win with their 36 second half points. Lena hit for another 18 points in the closing minutes.

Lena's Max Beyer lead the way for the Wildcats with 20 points while Jake belong added another 10. Reed Hoskings and Mason Simonson both added five points each.

Crivitz was led by the nights top scorer Baumann who amassed 26 points. Brady Tadisch got 13 points on the night while teammate Aaron Sellen chipped in 11. Sean Christiansen posted nine points.



Wolverines Take Loss to Blazers

The Crivitz Wolverines took a late season loss to the Green Bay NEW Lutheran Blazers last Monday night in Green Bay 73-67.

The hard fought loss saw the blazers get a 32-24 lead after the first half then run with that lead over the second half for another 35 points. The Wolverines had a heck of a second half though, posting 49 points in an attempt to overturn the lead of the first half.

The Blazers were led by Elijah Lange with 14 points and Lucas Dhein with 13 points. Tristan Lynch added 10 points.

The Wolverines were led by Tegan Werner with 20 points and Eian Baumann with 18. Sean Christiansen posted 11 on the night.



Suring Barely Survives STAA

The Suring Eagles and the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers had a match Tuesday night that saw the Eagles win, but just by a bit 50-41.

Suring held the edge throughout the game and quickly found themeless controlling the scoreboard over the first half 27-22.

"I'm very proud with how much this team has grown," said Suring head coach Chris Geniesse. "Even in the past few weeks, we have seen so much improvement. We have been winning some tough matches. They have come such a long way. I'm excited for the future of this team."

That lead was imported upon over the second with another 22 Suring points. The Cavvies slipped a bit in the second with 19 points.

Suring was led by Taron Haak with 23 points and Leo Taylor with seven. Gavin Fredenburgh got eight.

STAA was led by Ethan Russell with 14 points and Alex Powers with 10 points.

"We have long guys on this team," said Geniesse. "I don't run much man defense but as we progress into the future it is something I would love to start doing more often."



Oconto Wins Over Gibraltar

The Oconto Blue Devils beat the Gibraltar Vikings Thursday night 71-67. 

At the Halftime buzzer the Blue Devils controlled the scoreboard 35-28.

Oconto was led by Kadin Baxter with 27 points. Caleb Moe got 15 while Luke Krueger posted 10. Will Sherman added 9 while Christian Koch got 8,

Gibraltar was led by Luke Steebs with 20 and Spence Krause with 12, Sam Linderger added 11.





WIAA Tournament Schedule

Friday Feb. 19th

Bonduel at Oconto

Peshtigo at Wrightstown

Crandon at Coleman

Wabeno/Laona at Crivitz

Three Lakes at Goodman/Pembine

Elcho at Florence

Suring at Green Bay NEW Lutheran

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