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Southern Door couldn’t unseat the undefeated N.E.W. Lutheran boys last night in Brussels. The Eagles lost 49-59. Mitchel Neubauer sunk 5 buckets from three-point range and finished the night with 19 points.

Gibraltar rallied at home to beat Kewaunee 59-54 last night. The Vikings trailed most of the game but finished strong, outscoring the Storm in the fourth quarter 19-6. Kewaunee’s Reggie Nimmer led all scorers with 23 points. Tim Alberts finished on top for the Vikings with 14 points while Matt Hecht chipped in with 12.

Sturgeon Bay put Oconto away 76-63. Both teams finished big, scoring 22 points apiece in the fourth quarter. Nathan Abrahamson lit up the board for the Clippers with 19 points.

Sevastopol fell to Algoma at home 40-57. The Pioneers only had seven varsity players on the roster last night and kept up throughout the first half but couldn’t keep up in the second. The Wolves outscored the Pioneers 16-4 in the third quarter. Sevastopol’s Cody Giesseman finished with a strong 21 points.

Luxemburg-Casco traveled to Hortonville and lost a very close game, 54-58. The Spartans kept up with the Polar Bears all four quarters. Jake Zeitler was the Spartans’ top scorer with 14.


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