Boys Basketball: Bowler’s Fehrman ends high school career on first team

Gresham’s Pecore also makes first team
Morgan Rode
Sports Editor

BOWLER — Bowler High School boys basketball player Zach Fehrman ended his high school career on a high note, landing on the Central Wisconsin Conference-North Division first team.

Fehrman earned the honor despite the Panthers winning just two conference games. The senior finished third in the conference in points per game (18.2).

“It means a lot for me,” said Fehrman of the honor. “I’ve always wanted to get first team, but before I wasn’t good enough. With more work and some luck, I was able to make it. The best part is that it was my senior year, and I can go out with one of the highest honors.”

Fehrman also averaged 5 rebounds, 3.6 steals and 2.8 assists per conference game.


Gresham placed third in the conference with a 7-5 mark. The Wildcats also had one player named to an all-conference team.

Sophomore Lukas Pecore landed on the first team after averaging 16.5 points per CWC-North contest.

“It means a lot to my career, and I look forward to the next two years with my teammates,” said Pecore, who also averaged 8.2 rebounds, 1.8 steals and 1.8 assists per game.

“Words really can’t describe how much this means to me as a young player, and I am honored to have received it. It’s definitely a huge step, and I hope it only rises from here.”


Marion wrapped up the season with a 5-7 mark in conference play. The Mustangs had two players earn all-conference recognition.

Junior Branden Beechy made the second team after posting averages of 10.6 points and 6.4 rebounds per conference clash.

“It makes me feel accomplished,” said Beechy. “A couple years ago, I was having injuries throughout my middle school career, and I’m proud that I bounced back positively and hope I can get on first team (next year).”

Senior Ethan Tischauser made the honorable mention team for the Mustangs.

Tischauser posted averages of 7.7 points, 6 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 2.7 steals per conference game.


Tigerton went winless in CWC-North play but still had two players land on all-conference teams.

Junior Kaeden Miller made the second team. He averaged 17.6 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.5 steals per CWC-North game.

“I definitely couldn’t have done anything without my incredible teammates and reliable coach,” said Miller. “They push me and motivate me to do better and better, night in and night out.

“It feels absolutely amazing, and I’m very thankful to make second team all-conference. But I’m definitely more motivated about having the team as a whole get better. Next year, I’m going to be working on more team accomplishments and stats over individual accomplishments or stats.”

Tigerton senior Allen Jobe made the honorable mention team

Jobe averaged 9.7 points and 4.9 rebounds per game.