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Lakeside throttles Evansville; Dodgeland comes up short

December 18, 2018

EVANSVILLE — Will DeNoyer and Jack Monis scored 15 points apiece to propel the visiting Lakeside Lutheran boys basketball team past Evansville 64-44 in a nonconference game on Saturday.

The Warriors’ Cameron Paske totaled 13 points and Lakeside raced out to a 38-24 halftime lead.

“I thought we came out and played real well,” Lakeside Lutheran head coach Kirk DeNoyer said.

“We played great defense all night and made it difficult for them to score. Will DeNoyer got hot from the outside and we needed that.”

Lakeside (4-1) executed its defensive game plan effectively and knew winning on the road against a confident group wouldn’t be easy.

“We knew it was a big game,” coach DeNoyer said. “They just beat McFarland. It was a big win for us to go on the road and beat them. They are a talented team.”

The Warriors’ Carter Schneider contributed five points and Caleb Kuepers had four.

For Evansville (4-3), Davonte McAlister finished with 10 points and Carson Hill chipped in seven.

Lakeside hosts Mauston on Tuesday.

LAKESIDE LUTHERAN 64,

EVANSVILLE 44

Lakeside Lutheran 38 26 — 64

Evansville 24 20 — 44

Lakeside Lutheran (fg-ft-tp) — DeNoyer 6-1-15, Hackbarth 0-2-2, Kuepers 2-0-4, Jegerlehner 2-0-4, Schultz 2-0-4, Schneider 2-0-5, Paske 6-0-13, Monis 6-2-15, Miller 1-0-2. Totals 27 5-7 64.

Evansville (fg-ft-tp) — Maag 3-0-6, McAlister 5-0-10, Heinzelman 1-0-3, Geske 2-1-6, France 1-0-2, Mielke 1-0-3, Anderson 1-0-2, Borchardt 0-1-1, Korfmacher 1-1-4, Hill 3-1-7. Totals 18 4-11 44.

Three-point goals — LL, DeNoyer 2, Schneider, Monis, Paske; E, Heinzelman, Geske, France, Korfmacher.

Total fouls — LL 14, E 15.

Friday’s results

FALL RIVER 60,

DODGELAND 45

JUNEAU — Senior guard Jared Klein led three players in double figures with 15 points as Fall River defeated Dodgeland’s boys basketball team 60-45 in a nonconference game on Friday.

Fall River (4-2) finished just shy of having five players in double figures. The visiting Pirates led by eight at halftime and extended that lead into double figures down the stretch.

Senior forward Zach Yuenger had 21 points and 10 rebounds for Dodgeland (4-2). Junior point guard Seth Christopherson added seven points and four assists. Senior guard Nick Blome added eight points. Senior center Keyne Smedema had seven points and four steals.

“We didn’t hit shots when they presented themselves tonight,” Dodgeland boys basketball coach Bill Otte said.

“We know what teams are going to do against Zach. Anybody new that went into the game (matched up with) Zach and that’s going to wear a kid out. That being said, Nick Blome and Keyne Smedema had their best offensive games of the year for me, so there were some bright spots.”

Dodgeland hosts Pardeeville on Friday.

FALL RIVER 60, DODGELAND 45

Fall River 27 33 — 60

Dodgeland 19 26 — 45

Fall River (fg-ft-tp) — Klein 6-2-15, Nemechek 3-0-7, Liebenthal 5-0-11, Robbins 1-0-2, Figol 5-0-12, Morton 1-1-3, Dykstra 4-0-8, Wodill 1-0-2. Totals 26 3-4 60.

Dodgeland (fg-ft-tp) — Yuenger 7-7-21, Grueneberg 1-0-2, Christopherson 3-0-7, Blome 3-2-8, Smedema 2-3-7. Totals 16 12-17 45.

Three-point goals — FR, Klein, Nemechek, Liebentahl, Figol 2; D, Christopherson.

Total fouls — FR 16, D 13.

CAMBRIA-FRIESLAND 65, JOHNSON CREEK 49

CAMBRIA — Reed Prochnow and Colt Wentland each scored 12 points for Cambria-Friesland in a 65-49 nonconference win over Johnson Creek’s boys basketball team on Friday.

Jamison Richardt and Alex Garza each scored 10 points to lead Johnson Creek (2-4).

The Bluejays host Waterloo tonight.

CAMBRIA-FRIESLAND 65,

JOHNSON CREEK 49

Johnson Creek 25 24 — 49

Cambria-Friesland 33 32 — 65

Johnson Creek (points) — Eichstaedt 6, Ducklow 7, Henningsen 7, Swanson 7, Richardt 10, Johnson 2, Garza 10. Total 49.

Cambria-Friesland (points) — Burmania 10, Prochnow 12, DeJager 4, Wentland 12, Smit 5, Pulver 8, Quade 2, Hart 12. Total 65.

RIO 81, WATERLOO 62

WATERLOO — Senior guard Brandon Rowe led four players in double figures with 22 points for Rio, which pulled away in the second half for an 81-62 nonconference win over Waterloo’s boys basketball team on Friday.

Nathan Rippl added 19 points for Rio (6-1), which broke open a five-point game at halftime.

Senior guard Aaron Brey scored 22 points to pace Waterloo (0-7). Junior forward EJ Jiles added 16 points and seven rebounds.

The Pirates play at Johnson Creek tonight.

RIO 81, WATERLOO 62

Rio 39 42 — 81

Waterloo 34 28 — 62

Rio (points) — J. Rowe 14, Johnson 7, Bright 5, B. Rowe 22, Schneider 4, Richardson 10, Rippl 19. Totals 81.

Waterloo (fg-ft-tp) — Brey 9-2-22, Noel 3-2-11, Huebner 1-0-2, Bostwick 3-2-9, Jiles 5-6-16, Strnad 1-0-2. Totals 22 12-15 62.

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