High scoring games Monday in boys Packerland Conference basketball

Southern Door remains the class of the conference in Packerland boys basketball. The Eagles soared past Gibraltar 81-52 Monday. The three-headed scoring attack of Kyle Daoust (24 points), Ryan Claflin (17 points), and Derik LeCaptain (12 points) again paced Southern Door. Gibraltar had only one player reach double digits in scoring. Evan Henry led the Vikings with 11 points. 


Sturgeon Bay may have found their rhythm last night with an 88-47 win against Algoma. The Wolves could only tally 11 points in the second half against a tough Clippers defense. Sturgeon Bay was led by Carson Talbert's 20 points. Jake Schneider scored 19 points and Gunnar Tebon added 12 points in the win. Algoma was led by Zach Schmidt and Max Schuening with 10 points apiece.


Kewaunee eased past Sevastopol 70-49 in Institute last night. The Storm grew a nine-point first-half lead thanks to a balanced scoring attack. Kewaunee saw nine different players score in the win. Ryan Carmichael was their top scorer with 16 points. McCoy Walechka and Alex Rohr each scored 11 points in the win. The Pioneers had Brent Haberli lead the way with 15 points and Vidal Rosales chip in 12 points.


Peshtigo beat N.E.W. Lutheran 64-58. Sam Meerstein scored 26 in a road loss for the Blazers.

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