chico5_old
I see they did this in the cloverbelt board, and I was interested to see what the dairyland had.
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db11
I'm gonna guess that Jarrod Lovette and Josh (?) Petersen from B-T were well over 1,000 points.
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I think Ryan Foster, E-S, scored 1,000+. Jeremy Nicollett must have or was awfully close.


I think I remember Jason Becker. Didn't he look like he was in his 30's???
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3musketeers_old
this is a total guess here that somebody may no for sure but from what i had heard darren lowenhagen (sp) of alma did. from what i know he was a stud on the court as well as the football field (played him in the '05 level 4 football game)
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escards_old
TJ Nereng
Nate Ladsten
Eric Stein - Blair-Taylor
Brandon Ruff - Alma
Jed Durni - ACL

Whitehall must have a bunch from the mid 80's

Anyone know Scott Christopherson's 2 year total from M-M? I know it wasn't 1,000, but if I remember right, he averaged close to 20 as a freshman and in the mid 20's as a sophomore, which would put him somewhere around the mid 800's in total points. I think it's safe to say, he would have easily reached a 1,000 points early in his junior year.
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Lucas Bauer - Eleva-Strum
Brady Krause - C-FC
Tory Lockington - M-M
Jason B. - Alma - I can't remember his last name, he was a scoring machine in the late 80's
Greg Axeness - Alma
Jim Konkel - Gilmanton
Brandon Ruff - Alma
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chico5_old
What about Cory Kulig from Independence?

Either the Cloverbelt had better shooters or the dairyland played better D cause thay seem to have more scorers
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What about Cory Kulig from Independence?

Either the Cloverbelt had better shooters or the dairyland played better D cause thay seem to have more scorers


cloverbelt has more talent and is deeper and has better D.


In the mid 90s and 80s you couldnt necessarily say that...the Dairyland was much more deeper than it is now. The top team, ES, is better than the BTs and Indees of the past, but top to bottom there was more parity.
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sportsfan12
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What about Cory Kulig from Independence?

Either the Cloverbelt had better shooters or the dairyland played better D cause thay seem to have more scorers


cloverbelt has more talent and is deeper and has better D.
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http://www.wisbca.org/page/show/644932-1000-point-scorers


Points                 Grad Year         School
1950         Eric Steien         1989         Blair-Taylor
1814         Jason Becker         1991         Alma
1803         Cory Kulig         1993         Independence
1735         Jarrod Lovette         1995         Blair-Taylor
1510         Jim Bade         1957         Cochrane
1458         Roger Tollefson         1967         Eleva-Strum
1452         Tony Denk         1990         Alma
1423         Darrin Loewenhagen 2006         Alma
1418         Ralph Rasmuson         1970         Whitehall
1402         Jack Dieckman         1971         Gilmanton
1373         Dean Dale         1967         Blair
1352         Greg Axness         1994         Alma
1352         Josh Peterson         2004         Blair-Taylor
1324         Ryan Sygulla         2010         Whitehall
1309         Hank Kujak         2011         Blair-Taylor
1308         Jeremy Nicolet         1991         Eleva-Strum
1301         John Stohr         1966         Alma
1301         T.J. Nereng         2005         Blair-Taylor
1286         Chas Pronschinske         1987         Independence
1224         Brandon Ruff         1997         Alma
1203         Lucas Bauer         2002         Eleva-Strum
1194         Troy Pride         1986         Whitehall
1179         Ryan Foster         2005         Eleva-Strum
1167         Brendan Bauer         2009         Gilmanton
1148         Clark Hulett         1960         Taylor
1147         Lance Rongstad         2008         Eleva-Strum
1103         Ryan Reidt         2008         Alma
1097         Duane Hulett         1962         Taylor
1081         Arnie Steien         1964         Taylor
1078         Josh Frederickson         1999         Gilmanton
1051         Jed Durni         1998         Alma Center Lincoln
1033         Lucas Howe         2011         Blair-Taylor
1024         Nate Ladsten         2007         Blair-Taylor
1018         Dave Pederson         1982         Eleva-Strum
1016         Scott Janzen                 Taylor
        Bob Parker         1968         Alma
        Larry Kreibich         1965         Alma
        Jeremy Castner         2006         Alma Center Lincoln
        Paul Halverson         1956         Blair
        Jim Rogneby         1954         Cochrane
        Brady Krause         2002         Cochrane-Fountain City
        Jim Konkel         1992         Gilmanton
        Casey Sylla         1961         Whitehall
        Kurt Stellpflug         1980         Whitehall
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fbbbman
easy30 wrote:
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ORIGINAL: chico5

What about Cory Kulig from Independence?

Either the Cloverbelt had better shooters or the dairyland played better D cause thay seem to have more scorers


cloverbelt has more talent and is deeper and has better D.


In the mid 90s and 80s you couldnt necessarily say that...the Dairyland was much more deeper than it is now. The top team, ES, is better than the BTs and Indees of the past, but top to bottom there was more parity.


That could be disputed......
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fbbbman
escards_old wrote:
TJ Nereng
Nate Ladsten
Eric Stein - Blair-Taylor
Brandon Ruff - Alma
Jed Durni - ACL

Whitehall must have a bunch from the mid 80's

Anyone know Scott Christopherson's 2 year total from M-M? I know it wasn't 1,000, but if I remember right, he averaged close to 20 as a freshman and in the mid 20's as a sophomore, which would put him somewhere around the mid 800's in total points. I think it's safe to say, he would have easily reached a 1,000 points early in his junior year.


Scott's Sophmore year against BT at BT he had 42 points in that game I believe, and TJ Nereng had 40 in the same game.
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dfnewburry
3musketeers_old wrote:
this is a total guess here that somebody may no for sure but from what i had heard darren lowenhagen (sp) of alma did. from what i know he was a stud on the court as well as the football field (played him in the '05 level 4 football game)


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fbbbman
Blair-Taylor's Dalton Soto just surpassed the 1000 point mark last Tuesday night in the win against Greenwood!

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