Tuesday, December 27
Edgar 56, Gresham 48
Edgar held on to a second half lead, handing Gresham their only loss in December 56-48. The Gresham Wildcats were not at full strength with Neal Cerveny being ill. Drew Haffner led all scorers on the losing end with 18 points.
Oconto 83, Shiocton 68
Connor Ebben scored a game-high 32 points for Oconto, en route to the victory over Shiocton 83-68.
New Holstein 70, Freedom 59
Charlie Jadin put up 24 points for Freedom, but it was not enough as the Irish fell 70-59 to New Holstein. Freedom made a second half comeback effort and tied the game in the final minutes, before the Huskies put the game away from the free throw line.
Valders 70, Waupun 62- 2 OT
Valders held Waupun to just one point in double overtime, knocking off the defending State Champion Warriors 70-62. Waupun outscored the Vikings 34-25 in the second half to force the tie. Valders made key free throws to put the game away.
Luxemburg-Casco 70, West De Pere 42
Luxemburg-Casco took and early lead and pulled away for a 70-42 win over West De Pere, behind the play of Senior Bryce Te Kulve who led the way with 24 points, hitting six three-pointers. The Spartans had three in double digits with Nathan Coisman and Mitchell Ronsman both scoring 14. Tyler Schwartz led the Phantoms with 12 points.
Beaver Dam 71, Seymour 42
7th ranked Beaver Dam used a 18 point run in the second half to put Seymour away 71-42. The Thunder hung with the Golden Beavers in the first and even led by as much as five. Seymour got to within 7 points late in the second half, but that’s when the Golden Beavers went on their run to improve their season record to 8-0. Trevor Cornell led Seymour with 15 points.
Neenah 47, Superior 35
Neenah won a low scoring contest to close out the first day of the Sun Drop Shootout with a 47-35 win over Superior.
Wednesday, December 28
Shiocton 67, Brillion 43
Shiocton won their first game three years at the Sun Drop Shootout with a 67-43 win over Brillion. Ty Bedor led the way with 15 points. Nate Schmidt had 14 and Wesley Brouillard added 10 points in the win.
Wrightstown 71, Sturgeon Bay 66
Wrightstown won their only game of the Sun Drop Shootout, topping Sturgeon Bay 71-66. The Tigers used a first half scoring run to take a halftime lead and went 18 of 22 from the free throw line to secure the win. The Tigers were led by Derek Zwick with 26 points.
Freedom 73, Valders 72-OT
Freedom’s Charlie Jadin hit a long two point shot in the final second of overtime to help Freedom over Valders 73-72. Jadin led the Irish with 26 points. It was the second overtime game for the Vikings in two days.
Waupun 67, Luxemburg-Casco 40
Waupun led from the start, all the way to a 67-40 win over Luxemburg-Casco. The Spartans struggled shooting in the second half, and Waupun did most of their work from the inside. The Spartans were led by John DePrey with 12. The Warriors were led by Marcus Domask with 23.
Appleton East 44, Superior 34
Seymour 47, Slinger 42
The Seymour Thunder got 10 key bench points from Tyler Van De Hei which helped push the Thunder past Slinger 47-42. Casey Yaeger led the Thunder with 12 points. The Thunder held on to the lead through much of the game and held Slinger’s Derik Saben to 12 points.
Shawano 71, Marinette 54
The Shawano Hawks picked up their second win of the season with a 71-54 win over Marinette. The Hawks found success with their big guys down low. Austin Kohl led Shawano with 20 points and Dakota Maltby added 11.