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Area Basketball

Issue Date: March 31, 2021

Menominee Girls Win District, Fall in Regional; Maroon Boys Fall To Iron Mt. in District Final



Menominee Wins Over Bark-River/Harris

The Menominee Maroons bagged a 76-55 victory Thursday in Menominee over the visiting Bark-River/Harris boys in playoff action.

"I think our intensity was really good tonight," said Menominee head coach Sam Larson. "We did have a few lapses in our execution but for a majority of the game we kept our intensity up."

Menominee had their way early on in the opening mines of competition and was able to work their way to a resounding 21-8 lead. Brady Wara opened the day with eight first-quarter points while Brady Shultz chipped in seven in that opening frame.

"We ad a few too many turnovers Tuesday night as well as tonight," said Larson. "We will definitely be working on cleaning that up. We just need to be strong with the basketball. I thought for the most part our defensive pressure flustered them tonight and got us some easy looks. We got a lot of transition points today."

Schultz continued to shoot well in the second quarter where he added up 10 additional points to help push his Maroons to a 40-20 halftime lead.

Bark-River/Harris made some gain in the third quarter, outshooting the Maroons for a 19-17 third frame differential. During the third quarter, Brady Badker got 10 points.

Menominee finished strong with a 19 point final frame while holding the Bark-River shooters to 16 points.

Leading the way for the Maroons was Schultz who ended the night with 25 points. Baker finished with 17 while Cooper Conway added on 12.

"We had some foul troubles today that we were monitoring as the game progressed," said Larson. "Things went our way through."

Bark-River/Harris was led by Joey Stein with 17 points and Carter Zawacki with 13 points.



Menominee (76) - Laurin 1, Starzynski 7, Badker 17, Waara 8, Theurkaf 2, Bellisle 2, Schultz 25, Uecke 2, Conway 12. FTs: 19-23

Bark River- Harris (55) - Robinette 2, Metzek 3, Javier 8, Getzloff 8, L. Getzloff 2, Wadkeschick 2, Zawacki 13, Stein 17, Lippens 8. FTs: 10-18.

Halftime score: Menominee 40, BR-H 20



Menominee Falls to Iron Mountain in District Title Game

The Menominee Maroons fell to the Iron Mountain Mountaineers Saturday afternoon 79-48.

The Maroons had their hands full against the tough Mountaineers who are led by division 1 pick Foster Wonders. Wonders definitely had an impact on the match-up as he finished the night with 44 points.

The Maroons were tough in the first half as they kept pace with the Mountaineers. This had a lot to do with Brady Waara's second-half three-pointer success. Both Conway and Waara were able to pull off triples to help pull the Maroons within striking distance 36-29 at the half.

After the break Iron Mountain went wild, getting 12 unanswered points before the Maroons answered.

After that, it was all Iron Mountain as the Mountaineer defense clamped down and coasted to victory.

Menominee was led by Bellisle and Conway with 14 points each while Waara got nine on the night.



Menominee Opens Playoffs With Win Over Manistique

The Menominee Maroon girls bagged a District 66 playoff opener win over Manistique Wednesday night 67-12.

The massive blowout win saw the Maroons score early and often as the maroons held them scoreless over the first and ended the half ahead 21-5.

Emma Anderson led with 22 points, Erin Barrette got 15 points while Jenna Nolde added seven in the win.



Menominee (67) - Anderson 22, Barrette 15, Nolde 7, Hofer 5, Doyle 3, Nerat 3, Sinks 3, Wellner 3, Derusha 2, Olsen 2; FTs 3-4

Manistique (12) - Lund 7, Kingren 3, Twardokus 2 FTs: 4-8



Menominee Girls Defeat West Iron County

The Menominee Maroon girls took a District title win over the West Iron County girls Friday night 57-23 in Menominee.

Starting things off in the first quarter the Maroons were fast and it showed as they amassed 15 points while clamping down defensively to hold the West Iron girls to just 2 points.

West Iron picked up the pace in the second frame with an 11 point effort but the Maroons kept them at a distance with another 19 points over the frame. At the half, the Maroons led 34-13.

Period three saw West Iron experience a complete blowout as the Maroons fired in 20 points to West Iron's four.

With the game in hand, Menominee went to the bench over the fourth getting three more points.

Emma Anderson led the way for the Maroons with 18 points while Erin Barrette followed up with 12 points. Neat added 10 to the total.

West Iron was led by Shamion with 11 points.



Menominee (57) - Hofer 2, Doyle 3, Barrette 12, Wellner 2, Nerat 10, Nolde 6, Anderson 18, Olsen 4. FTs: 5-8

West Iron County (23) - Mazurek 3, Bociek 2, Shamion 5, Bociek 2, Shamion 11. FTs: 2-7

Halftime score: Menominee 39, West Iron County 13



Maroons Fall to Calumet to End Season

The Maroon girls saw their season come to an end Monday night when they took on the Calumet girls who defeated them 57-41.

Menominee struggled to keep up with Calumet over the first quarter as Calumet fired in 14 and held the Maroons at four.

Menominee worked in another 10 points over the second quarter but was behind at the buzzer 30-14.

Menominee did make gains in the second half as they narrowed the lead to 41-30 by the end of the third frame.

Unfortunately for the Maroons, their perfect season ended as the Calumet girls coasted through the fourth for the win.


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