CWC-EAST BASKETBALL RECAP



By Mike Wendlandt


GIRLS BASKETBALL


November 27


Shiocton 62 vs Nekoosa 20

Kendal Stingle was one rebound and one steal away from a triple-double as the Chiefs roared out to a 33 point halftime lead over Nekoosa and cruised to a victory. In 33 minutes, Stingle scored twelve points, pulled down nine rebounds, picked up nine steals, and dished out nine assists. Autumn Taylor had ten points of her own with nine rebounds for Shiocton as they remain undefeated in the early stages of the season.


November 30


Shiocton 52 vs Marathon 39

Three Shiocton players scored in double figures as the Chiefs continue their non-conference winning streak, taking down a tough Marathon squad. A great first half defensively led the way as Marathon was held to only 14 points with the turnovers piling up. Shiocton ended the night with 18 steals, led by Larissa Young with nine. Autumn was the leading scorer, getting twelve points on the night on six of nine shooting. She was joined in double figures by Kiley Dorn (11), and Young (10).


Wittenberg-Birnamwood 47 vs Gillett 27

Wittenberg-Birnamwood extended an eight point halftime lead to twenty by the final horn as they took down Gillett on Tuesday. Reese Rogoowski continued her early run at the league scoring title, putting in sixteen points to lead the way with Kaylee Schram getting 14 of her own.


Amherst 51 vs Markesan 22

Amherst dominated from the opening tip to pick up their first win of the season and first win for coach Brandon Trzebiatowski. Sydney Lehman scored 19 points and pulled down nine rebounds for the Falcons to lead the way for the second straight game. She was joined by Hannah Wall with fourteen points, hitting double figures in points for the first time this season. Markesan was led by Lauren Clark, who had six points and six rebounds in the loss as the team shot only 5-33 from the field.


Menominee Indian 58 vs Marion 15

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Iola-Scandinavia 52 vs Pittsville 29

It was an impressive win for the Thunderbirds as they led virtually wire to wire, scoring 38 first half points against Pittsville. Madeline Much led the way for Iola-Scandinavia, hitting two of her three attempts from beyond the arc and shooting seven of twelve overall for eighteen points to go along with five steals. Lillian Fuhs dominated the boards, pulling down eleven of the teams twenty-two.


Weyauwega-Fremont 55 vs Tri-County 10

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Bonduel 85 vs Manawa 18

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STANDINGS

Shiocton 4-0

Weyauwega-Fremont 3-1

Wittenberg-Birnamwood 3-1

Iola-Scandinavia 2-1

Menominee Indian 2-1

Bonduel 1-1

Amherst 1-2


BOYS BASKETBALL


November 23


Menominee Indian 70 vs Oconto Falls 60

Lloyd Reevis and Isaiah Moss recorded double-doubles for the Eagles as they got off to a strong start on the road by taking down Oconto Falls. Revis ended up with seventeen points and thirteen rebounds on the night to go along with four steals and four assists. Moss has sixteen points and sixteen rebounds as the Eagles were able to put up 79 shots and pulled down 55 rebounds as a team. Joshua Besaw also was able to hit double figures with ten points while Oconto Falls got 24 points from Noah Hurst.


Wittenberg-Birnamwood 49 vs Auburndale 46

Simon Schairer put in sixteen points as Wittenberg-Birnamwood erased a three point halftime deficit to force overtime against a tough Auburndale team and got the win in the extra period. Ben Weselowski (12) and Ben Flak (12) also scored in double figures for the Chargers. Lucas Yeske was the leading scorer for Auburndale with sixteen points.


November 24


Wautoma 74 vs Weyauwega-Fremont 60

Gabe Ascher of the Wautoma Hornets scored 32 points on the Fiserv Forum floor to get their first victory of the season over Weyauwega-Fremont last Wednesday as they overcame a five point halftime deficit. Joseph Ascher joined the scoring parade with 17 points of his own. Weyauwega-Fremont was led by Quinn Dittman who had thirteen points on the night to go along with six assists and five steals. Brayden Arndt (12) and Jaden Rice (10) also scored in double digits for the Warhawks.


November 26


Mosinee 57 vs Wittenberg-Birnamwood 45

David Stoffel was the main catalyst for Mosinee as they expanded on a five point halftime lead to defeat the Chargers in the Mosinee Turkey Shootout on Friday. Stoffel ended up with 20 points on the night with Kyle Miller putting in 11 of his own. Ben Wesolowski led Wittenberg-Birnamwood, scoring 16 points on the night with Simon Schairer scoring 10.


November 27


Racine Lutheran 62 vs Bonduel 56

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Wittenberg-Birnamwood 61 vs Lakeland 40

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November 30


Amherst 46 vs Wild Rose 30

Aidan Jastromski scored ten of his team high seventeen points in the first half and the Amherst Falcons clamped down defensively in the second half to score a relatively easy victory over Wild Rose to start coach Dave Crubaugh’s opening season off in a strong fashion. Tyler Soulsby had nine points as well for the Falcons. Austin Erickson led the way for the Wildcats, scoring seven points on the night.


Clintonville 66 vs Shiocton 58

Dawson Schmidt scored 25 points on 11-21 shooting from the field and the Chiefs took a one point lead into the half but a furious comeback in the second led Clintonville to an eight point victory on Tuesday evening. Cole Rosenow led the way for the Truckers with 20 points. Cade Stingle chipped into the effort as well for Shiocton, getting a double double for himself with twelve points and ten rebounds on the night.


Iola-Scandinavia 59 vs Pittsville 25

Senior Parker Prahl started his senior year off with a strong performance, scoring 20 points and pulling down 10 rebounds to lead the Thunderbird to their first victory of the season from Pittsville. Iola-Scandinavia dominated the opening half, taking a 38-9 advantage to the locker room and rolled from there. As a team, they pulled down 43 rebounds and assisted on twelve of their twenty-five made baskets.

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