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Issue Date: January 13, 2022

Area Boys Basketball

The final score of Peshtigo and Kewaunee's game Saturday says 64-60, but if you just watched the first half, that might come across as a surprise.

Peshtigo led by as much as 20 at one point in the first half, and went into halftime up 40-26. But in the second half, Peshtigo started to have trouble handling the Kewaunee pressure.

"We started out really well tonight. We handled the pressure that we knew they were going to put on us. We handled it by passing the ball and getting what we wanted on offense. We were getting anything we wanted, taking care of the basketball, and defensively, we were really solid in the first half," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "Their pressure finally got to us in the second half. We started panicking a little bit too much with the basketball, dribbling too much instead of passing it. Give Kewaunee credit. They fought the whole 36 minutes and they scratched and clawed, got back into the game."

Peshtigo also got into some foul trouble, as they were in the bonus with 12 minutes to play in the game.

"Defensively, I think we were not very good in the second half," Boucher said. "We were playing defense with our hands instead of our feet, fouled way too much."

Kewaunee was 13-for-22 at the free throw line. The Bulldogs were 18-for-30.

The Bulldogs were out-shot 70 to 43, but they actually made one more shot from the field, and they out-rebounded Kewaunee 43-20.

Kaine Fort, Christian Boyle and Landon Lemke each scored 13 points for Peshtigo, and Will McMahon scored nine.

McMahon made both his shots from the field and all four of his free throws. Boyle was an efficient 6-for-9 from the field. Fort did most of his damage at the free throw line, where he was 7-for-10, and he also grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds.

The leading scorers for Kewaunee were Benjamin Heim and Cameron Cullen with 21 and 12, respectively.

"Ugly second half, but again, a win's a win at this point," Boucher said. "We've got to get better at handling pressure, and we'll be right back at it Tuesday against Green Bay West at home."



Tough Defense Leads

Suring Past STAA


The Suring Eagles' 1-3-1 zone made life difficult for Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy in a 74-35 win on Saturday.

STAA is a young, still fairly small team, and while they can run their own 1-3-1 zone in practice to prepare, they couldn't match what Suring was showing in live action.

"We run our own 1-3-1. It's tough to replicate the length that they have, which is tough for us," STAA coach Jack Farley said. "They've been running this 1-3-1 here at Suring for years. I played against it, and they run it well, so it's tough, but we tried to prepare them for it a little bit beforehand. It was tough for the boys."

Farley's team trailed 42-23 at halftime, with a couple of different Eagles getting hot early. Taron Haak made seven shots in the first half for 15 of his 19 points.

"Tonight, he played his butt off, and last night he did too," Suring coach Chris Geniesse said. "I think at the beginning of this season, he kind of had senioritis, and he wasn't really giving it everything he has, but he has lately, and it shows. We're a better team when he plays like that."

Ethan Lally also got hot, making six 3-pointers in the game and leading the team with 20 points.

"He can shoot the ball. I want him to improve in other aspects of his game, but he can shoot lights out, so I like him shooting the ball," Geniesse said. "I want him to keep improving in other aspects of the game, get stronger. As you can see, he's not the heaviest-set player, so I'd like him to get stronger. It's just going to make him a better player. It's easy if one of your players has a natural ability of shooting, you can work around that. A lot of kids struggle at shooting but can do other things. The sky's the limit for that kid if he can figure it all else out."

Maxwell Yancy scored eight, Jeremy Hensel got seven, and both Ashtyn Edwards and Mason Ferrell scored six. The game gave Geniesse a chance to see his whole team in action, as they went 13 players deep.

"It was nice, because I haven't really got to practice the 1-3-1 with our JV players, but they went out there, and they really looked like they knew what they were doing. I think if you watch the older guys do it enough, it's kind of common sense. You try and cause as much havoc, and that's what you do with the 1-3-1," Geniesse said. "Even like last night, we played Crivitz, we lost big, but the first half, we were only down 15. Running the 1-3-1 slows teams down. You practice man offense every day at practice. You can practice against the 1-3-1, but it's never the same, because you get deflections, and everything changes. The biggest thing is just keeping my guys in shape."

For STAA, this season will be about growth for the future. There were some positives to take from the loss. Teagan Anderson scored 11 points and Ethan Braley had 10.

"There's better movement. Better movement is happening," Farley said. "There's times where we're still standing still, and that's where it kills us. Sometimes we just throw them the ball. It's kind of the ups and the downs of having a young team, and I think we knew that coming into the year that it might be a little bit like that, but they're learning, they're getting better, there's just a lot more room to grow, too."



Defense Shines Early;

Bulldogs Cruise to

Win Over GB West


For the second straight game, Peshtigo dominated the first half of its game, this time against Green Bay West on Tuesday. Unlike against Kewaunee over the weekend, Peshtigo didn't allow its opponents back in the game this time, as they finished off the game with a 67-45 win.

Peshtigo led 29-10 at halftime, though they could have led by even more, Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said.

"I thought the first half, we did a pretty good job defensively," Boucher said. "When you hold a team to 10 points in the first half, it's pretty good. It always could be better. I think we gave up a couple uncontested shots - they really could have had four points at half - but our guys came out tonight from the jump and put the pressure on them early, got a good lead for us."

The Bulldogs shot 26-for-66 (39%) to GB West's 17-for-44 (38%). They also out-rebounded GB West 46-14.

Mason Doberstein led Peshtigo with 15 points on 5-for-9 shooting, including 5-for-7 from beyond the arc.

Christian Boyle (4-10 FG), Kaine Fort (4-12) and Landon Lemke (4-6) each had 10, and Collin Engman (4-7) scored nine.

Engman had nine rebounds to lead Peshtigo.

A total of 11 different players saw the floor for the Bulldogs.

"Overall, I was pretty happy with the guys' effort tonight compared to the last game, the way we started," Boucher said. "Tonight was a good chance to see what else we have. Usually we only play eight or nine guys, and tonight we got a chance to get the juniors in and a couple other guys that usually don't get many minutes in. I thought they played hard tonight, and everybody that got in did a pretty good job tonight. It was a good opportunity for us to get those guys in because we've got a tough stretch coming up here."

Peshtigo faces NEW Lutheran on Friday, Coleman on Saturday, and Oconto and Menominee next week.

GB West's leading scorer in the game was Brandon Wilson, who scored 17 points (7-for-14 shooting).



Lena Shoots Lights

Out in Wausaukee


The Lena Wildcat boys were the undisputed victors of Tuesday nights showdown with the home court Wausaukee Rangers who they set down with a hefty 75-37 final differential.

The win saw Lena's lead go through the roof in the first half with a 54-14 scoring spread.

Wausaukee made up a small amount of ground in the second half holding the Wildcats to 21 points while scoring 19 of their own.

Wausaukee's effort was led by Layne Rowley with 15 points and Kayden Suennen with six points.

Lena was led by the nights top scorer Logan Shallow who posted 26 points. Max Beyer added on 18 points while Jake Belongia finished the night with eight.



Beyer Scores 40

but Wildcats Fall Short

Against Thunderhawks


A 40-point outburst from Max Beyer wasn't enough to lead Lena to a win over Oneida Nation on Friday, as the Wildcats fell 68-61.

Beyer played all 36 minutes in the contest, pouring in 40 points on 25 shots. He made 15 of 25 from the field, as well as three of his four free throws. He hit seven of his 11 3-point attempts. Additionally, he led the team with seven rebounds.

Logan Shallow was the Wildcats' top distributor, as he notched eight assists as well as 10 points on a 4-for-10 night. Bryce Kittridge (seven points) and Bladyn Anderson (four) were Lena's only other scorers on the evening.

Oneida Nation's Evander Danforth scored 22, Dan Van Boxtel scored 16 and Chaske Jacobs added 12.



Christiansen Leads

Wolverines in Rout

Over Eagles


Sean Christiansen and Crivitz put the hurting on Suring in the second half of an 82-37 win on Friday night.

Christiansen was 12-for-17 from the field on his way to scoring 28 points, the most of any player. He also grabbed a team-high eight rebounds and added three assists and five steals.

Seth Sellen was 6-for-10 for 12 points and Brady Tadisch was 3-for-3 (5-9 FTs) to score 11.

Tegan Werner got nine, while Sam Lieuwen and Kaden Klaver scored eight apiece. Werner's six assists and seven steals led the Wolverines.



Comets Fly by Panthers

in NEC Matchup


Waupaca blew out Oconto Falls 75-46 on Thursday with a balanced 3-point barrage.

Waupaca took 56 shots in the game, with 32 of them coming from the 3-point line. They made 13 of them, with Evan Bogard, Aaron Wolff and Luke Schwenn each making a trio of triples.

Oconto Falls' leading scorer was Isaac Raddatz, who was 7-for-16 from the field, with all 16 shots from inside the arc. As a team, the Panthers shot 5-for-20 from 3-point range and 18-for-54 from the field.

Thomas Carmody and Carter Hill each scored nine points.

Noah Hirst led the team with seven rebounds.



Blue Devils Fall Short

in High Scoring Game

with Blazers


NEW Lutheran hung 89 points on Oconto in a 13-point Saturday win.

Four NEW players scored 14 or more points. Tristen Lynch led the team with 23, Lucas Heisn got 21, Elijah Meerstein had 16 and Charlie Sabel finished with 14.

Oconto had the game's top scorer in Kadin Baxter, who finished with 25. Luke Krueger got 19, Christian Koch had 15 and Carter Koch chipped in 10.

A big difference in the game came at the free throw line, where NEW Lutheran converted 21 of 25 attempts. Oconto was 9-for-15.



Mustangs Big First

Half Sinks Marines


Marinette was beaten 74-51 by Little Chute on Tuesday.

The Marines trailed 45-20 at halftime. Jake Sommerfeldt scored 11 points and Charlie Bailey led Marinette in scoring.

He dropped 18 points, going 6-for-12 from the field and making six of his eight free throw tries. Bailey also recorded a team-high 12 rebounds, including four on the offensive end of the floor.

Carson Erdman was 4-for-6 for eight points and Sam Sommerfeldt scored six points.

Little Chute shot 60% in the game as a team.



Wildcats Get Offensive

in Win Over Tigers


Lena got 70 shots off in a 68-35 win over Tigerton on Saturday.

The Wildcats finished 29-for-70. They went 6-for-11 at the line and 4-for-13 from 3-point range.

Max Beyer was the Wildcats' top scorer, as he dumped in 28 points on a 12-for-17 shooting performance, leading the team with nine rebounds and four blocks as well.

Logan Shallow was 5-for-17 for 14 points and Reed Hosking went 5-for-9 for 10 points. Jacob Belogia and Sidney Sylvester contributed seven and five, respectively.

Tigerton's top scorer was Zeke Griepentrog, who scored 16 on 5-for-12 shooting. As a team, Lena out-shot Tigerton 70-28. Lena out-rebounded Tigerton 43-28.



Blue Devils Fall on the

Road to Bears 71-58


Bonduel got a 71-58 home win over Oconto on Monday.

Bonduel had the two top scorers in the game in Reece Stoltenow and Noah Weier, who got 26 and 20 points, respectively. Jon Sell also chipped in 13.

For Oconto, Kadin Baxter scored 15 points on 4-for-16 shooting (5-6 FTs), Luke Krueger was 7-for-14 for 14 points and Carter Koch finished with 12 on 4-for-10 shooting.

As a team, Oconto was 22-for-54. They were 9-for-15 at the free throw line and 5-for-15 from 3-point range.



Christiansen Leads

Wolverines in Rout

Over Eagles


Sean Christiansen and Crivitz put the hurting on Suring in the second half of an 82-37 win on Friday night.

Christiansen was 12-for-17 from the field on his way to scoring 28 points, the most of any player. He also grabbed a team-high eight rebounds and added three assists and five steals.

Seth Sellen was 6-for-10 for 12 points and Brady Tadisch was 3-for-3 (5-9 FTs) to score 11.

Tegan Werner got nine, while Sam Lieuwen and Kaden Klaver scored eight apiece. Werner's six assists and seven steals led the Wolverines.



Comets Fly by Panthers

in NEC Matchup


Waupaca blew out Oconto Falls 75-46 on Thursday with a balanced 3-point barrage.

Waupaca took 56 shots in the game, with 32 of them coming from the 3-point line. They made 13 of them, with Evan Bogard, Aaron Wolff and Luke Schwenn each making a trio of triples.

Oconto Falls' leading scorer was Isaac Raddatz, who was 7-for-16 from the field, with all 16 shots from inside the arc. As a team, the Panthers shot 5-for-20 from 3-point range and 18-for-54 from the field.

Thomas Carmody and Carter Hill each scored nine points.

Noah Hirst led the team with seven rebounds.



Blue Devils Fall Short

in High Scoring Game

with Blazers


NEW Lutheran hung 89 points on Oconto in a 13-point Saturday win.

Four NEW players scored 14 or more points. Tristen Lynch led the team with 23, Lucas Heisn got 21, Elijah Meerstein had 16 and Charlie Sabel finished with 14.

Oconto had the game's top scorer in Kadin Baxter, who finished with 25. Luke Krueger got 19, Christian Koch had 15 and Carter Koch chipped in 10.

A big difference in the game came at the free throw line, where NEW Lutheran converted 21 of 25 attempts. Oconto was 9-for-15.



Mustangs Big First

Half Sinks Marines


Marinette was beaten 74-51 by Little Chute on Tuesday.

The Marines trailed 45-20 at halftime. Jake Sommerfeldt scored 11 points and Charlie Bailey led Marinette in scoring.

He dropped 18 points, going 6-for-12 from the field and making six of his eight free throw tries. Bailey also recorded a team-high 12 rebounds, including four on the offensive end of the floor.

Carson Erdman was 4-for-6 for eight points and Sam Sommerfeldt scored six points.

Little Chute shot 60% in the game as a team.





Wildcats Get Offensive

in Win Over Tigers


Lena got 70 shots off in a 68-35 win over Tigerton on Saturday.

The Wildcats finished 29-for-70. They went 6-for-11 at the line and 4-for-13 from 3-point range.

Max Beyer was the Wildcats' top scorer, as he dumped in 28 points on a 12-for-17 shooting performance, leading the team with nine rebounds and four blocks as well.

Logan Shallow was 5-for-17 for 14 points and Reed Hosking went 5-for-9 for 10 points. Jacob Belongia and Sidney Sylvester contributed seven and five, respectively.

Tigerton's top scorer was Zeke Griepentrog, who scored 16 on 5-for-12 shooting. As a team, Lena out-shot Tigerton 70-28. Lena out-rebounded Tigerton 43-28.



Cougars Cruise to

Victory Over Cavaliers


Coleman smothered Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy Friday night, getting an 83-21 win.

Just four of the Cavaliers' 21 points came in the first half, and the Cougars had a 47-4 advantage on the scoreboard when the halftime buzzer sounded.

Eleven different Cougars scored in the game, and the team shot 38-for-57 as a team from the field.

Noah Nosgovitz (15), Trent Mongin (11), Logan Kurth (10) and Evan Hockers (10) all made their way into double digit scoring. Hockers was a perfect 5-for-5 from the field.

Eli Zablocki was a perfect 4-for-4 for eight points. Alex Rennie finished with nine and Liam Zeitler scored six.

STAA's leading scorer was Teagan Anderson with 13, as he finished with nearly two-thirds of the team's scoring. Ethan Braley had five points as well.



Blue Devils Fall on the

Road to Bears 71-58


Bonduel got a 71-58 home win over Oconto on Monday.

Bonduel had the two top scorers in the game in Reece Stoltenow and Noah Weier, who got 26 and 20 points, respectively. Jon Sell also chipped in 13.

For Oconto, Kadin Baxter scored 15 points on 4-for-16 shooting (5-6 FTs), Luke Krueger was 7-for-14 for 14 points and Carter Koch finished with 12 on 4-for-10 shooting.

As a team, Oconto was 22-for-54. They were 9-for-15 at the free throw line and 5-for-15 from 3-point range.



Tigers Tame Badgers

For M&O Road Win


Gillett defeated Niagara 50-40 on Friday, playing a complete game and righting some of the wrongs from their loss on Thursday night.

The Tigers led the game 21-15 at halftime and outscored Niagara 29-25 in the second half.

The Tigers were coming off a 65-52 loss to Marion the night before that they felt they should have won, but Tigers coach Russ Long said he felt like his team responded well on Friday.

"They're just great kids, and they listen. Tonight they were really listening. They took to heart last night, because it was a long ride home, and some tears were shed," Long said. "We screwed up. Not to take anything away from Marion, because they played a great second half, but we felt like we didn't win. They didn't beat us, we just didn't win. We kind of did it to ourselves, so I'm glad we learned a little bit tonight."

The Tigers were aggressive going to the basket, which did lead to some contested chances in the lane, but Long said the team is still learning its way a little bit.

"We're young and we're learning all these little intricacies of the game," he said.

Ben Matczak led Gillett with 16 points (6-11 FG, 4-8 3-pt), while Austin VandeCorput got 12 (5-10 FGs, 3-5 3-pt). Ayden Franti scored seven on 2-for-8 shooting and Brandon DeBauch was 2-for-5 for six points.

Matzcak also led the team with seven rebounds and five steals. Bradin Bjelland's five assists were a team-high.

For Niagara, Tommy Martin's 18 points led the way. Nicholas Krueger got eight and Logan Weber finished with six.


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Dorine Peterson

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Carol J. Pickl

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William "Willy" J. Price

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Louise L. Sprouse

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Elizabeth J. Sunstrom

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Janet E. Williams

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Ralph P. Wolfe

04-20-2022Front Page
Over 342 Children Enjoy Peshtigo Easter Egg Hunt

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John Guarisco Re-Elected As Marinette County Board Chair

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Receive Six Year Sentence For Drug Overdose Death

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Woman Sentenced to 4 Years For Physical Abuse of a Child

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Peshtigo School Board Ok's Bids, Several Resignations

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Coleman Rescue Squad Grand Opening May 15

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Pound Womans Club To Give Scholarships

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Suring School Spotlight On Washington DC Trip

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