Tigerton boys basketball team goes 4-for-4 in action last week

By: 
Kevin Passon
Editor-in-chief

Sam Anheuser and James Brady each scored 14 points to help lead Tigerton over Lena 53-38 in non-conference action Feb. 10. Anheuser had four 3-pointers.

Brady pulled down 11 rebounds, and Anheuser had nine. Maverick Maas had a pair of assists, and Anheuser also led the team with six steals.

Tigerton led 33-23 at halftime and added another five points to their margin of victory with a 20-15 second half.

Lena was led by Caleb Schlosser’s 15 points and Mason Belongia’s 13. Mason Spice score three, Tyler Shallow had two, and Gonzolo del Val Arroyo had one.

Thursday, Feb. 8

Tigerton extended its wining streak to six games with a 62-46 win over Faith Christian Academy in non-conference action. The Tigers are now 15-4 overall.

It was another big night for Anheuser, who led Tigerton with 19 points, including a 3-point basket and 4-for-4 from the free throw line. Maas scored 14 points, inlcuding one triple and 5-for-7 from the line.

Loghan Wanta pulled down nine boards, with Brady grabbing eight and Gavin Kielblock getting seven. Anheuser also had four assists, while he and Joey Zimdars each ran away with six steals.

Tigerton led by 14 at halftime and added another two points to their margin of victory with a 28-26 second half.

Tuesday, Feb. 6

Four Tigers scored in double digits as Tigerton beat up on Wolf River Lutheran in a non-conference matchup in Shawano.

Tigerton was in command from the beginning, holding a 45-11 lead at the break. Wolf River Lutheran was outscored 33-13 in the second half.

Leading the scoring for Tigerton were Wanta and Brady, each with 11 points, and Anheuser and Kielblock, each with 10. Zimdars scored nine points, and Maas had a pair of triples contribute to his eight points.

Wanta led the team with six rebounds, Maas had three assists, and Anheuser grabbed six steals.

Monday, Feb. 5

Tigerton’s 80-34 win over Stockbridge marked the most points by the Tigers this season.

The non-conference win was their fourth in a row.

Tigerton was in full control of the contest, leading 45-9 at the break. A 35-25 second half added to the lopsided margin of victory.

Brady paced Tigerton with 16 points. Zimdars scored 14, Wanta contributed 13, and Logan Drews added 10. Zimdars and Caleb Dahlstrom each had a pair of 3-pointers.

Drews pulled down eight rebounds, Anheuser contributed with three assists, and Zimdars nabbed a trio of steals.

kpasson@newmedia-wi.com