Algoma brought defensive intensity rarely seen at the high school level last night in a 59-13 win over Sevastopol in Institute last night. The Packerland Conference was busy Monday night with make-up games canceled during last week’s cold spell.
The Pioneers did not score a single point in the first nor fourth quarters. Algoma was led by senior Hunter Prokash’s 13 points. Cousin Elliot Prokash added 12 points in the win.
Southern Door had N.E.W. Lutheran on the ropes last night but could not close the deal. Looking to hand the Blazers their first loss in conference, the Eagles led at the half and for the majority of the third quarter. In the fourth quarter, Dakota Zinser took over. He finished with a game-high 29 points. Austin Rohe had a very nice game for Southern Door. He was hot from downtown and contributed 15 points.
Oconto stayed hot and knocked off Sturgeon Bay 61-46. Wyatt Warner led the Clippers with 12 points. Sturgeon Bay fell to (3-3) in the conference. Riley Cordier added 11 in the loss.
It took overtime in Kewaunee to decide a non-conference game against Manitowoc 59-56. Despite 19 points from Reggie Nimmer and an additional 15 points from Logan Brusky, the Storm could not complete the major comeback in the extra period. The Storm was outscored 6-3 in overtime.