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High School Boys Basketball Results



Kewaunee kept Gibraltar in single digits in every quarter in a 55-31 victory in varsity boys hoops last night. Logan Brusky scored a game high 17 points to lead Kewaunee. Caleb Johnson added 15 points as Reggie Nimmer poured in nine for the Storm.

Algoma eased past Sevastopol 63-29. Leading 15-3 after the first quarter, the Wolves strolled to victory. Hunter Prokash scored 15 points, Stewart Robertson had 12 and Travis Kostichka added nine in the win.

Sturgeon Bay played two of their best quarters of the season with a combined 39 points in the second and third quarters. The Clippers topped Oconto 61-50 behind 22 points from senior Nathan Abrahamson.

Luxemburg-Casco won a Bay Conference matchup with Marinette 59-40. Leading by 18 at the half, L-C never looked back. DePrey Stevenson put up 13 points and Jacob Zeitler scored 12 to lead the Spartans.

N.E.W. Lutheran remained undefeated with a convincing 78-54 win over Southern Door. Cal McCarty played well in the paint and scored 12 points in the loss for the Eagles.

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