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nirvanafan1
Dec. 3 Boys
New Lisbon 44
Alma Center Lincoln 20
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bwood_falcons_old
Boys Predictions:

1) Royall-lose the top 2 scorers, Vieth and Roscvovious, but return everyone else from a deep team. Also Murphy provides a good enough presence inside, to me the presence of a solid big man marks the difference between the top half and bottom half of the conference.

2) Necedah-Pretty good ball club all around. But, their greatest advantage is Brett Jump, my pick for POY.

3) Hillsboro-Everybody seems to mention the loss of Thompson and Alexander. They also lose a solid guard in Garrett Zimmerman. But their core from last year was a group of Sophomores with plenty of talent. Altough Bjornsted, Donovan, Zimmerman, and Pisek won't keep the streak of titles going, look for them to return to the top in 10-11.

4) New Lisbon-The Rockets lose the presence of a four year starter in Mitch Vinz and a couple other guards, but Chad Weiss will be enough to lead this team to contend for third with Hillsboro.

5) Bangor-I must admit I'm least familiar with the Cardinals. But I know they do lose very little from a year ago. However, thats not saying a lot considering they were a bottom feeder. If nothing else I think that the experience of Piske, Burkhardt, Langher, etc will do enough to finish 5th.

6) Wonewoc-They will miss Kaus a bit in the scoring department. But I like the quickness of Thompson and the upside of Sullivan inside to stay ahead of the bottom two.

7)Brookwood-I think of all teams from a year ago, the Falcons are affected most by graduation. They will especially miss the presence of Brueggen, Dreier, and Neumann. They also lack the presence of a big man of any kind. Ferries is one of the better ball players in the conference, but he'll get a lot of attention from defenses. Vlasak will also have his moments but will lack consistency.

8) Cashton-Another team that loses a great deal to graduation. I'm probably most assured of this pick, simply because they lack talent as well as that experience. Fernholz, Ripley, and Dickman will have to come to play if they expect to win a conference game this year.

**Check back in late February and you'll realize just how damn smart I really am.
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thegreat1
Boys

Blair-Taylor 64, Bangor 42

Westby 65, Hillsboro 60

North Crawford 60, Brookwood 54

Royall 67, Independence/Gilmanton 17


Girls

North Crawford 34, Wonewoc-Center 31


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bwood_falcons wrote:


Boys Predictions:

1) Royall-lose the top 2 scorers, Vieth and Roscvovious, but return everyone else from a deep team. Also Murphy provides a good enough presence inside, to me the presence of a solid big man marks the difference between the top half and bottom half of the conference.

2) Necedah-Pretty good ball club all around. But, their greatest advantage is Brett Jump, my pick for POY.

3) Hillsboro-Everybody seems to mention the loss of Thompson and Alexander. They also lose a solid guard in Garrett Zimmerman. But their core from last year was a group of Sophomores with plenty of talent. Altough Bjornsted, Donovan, Zimmerman, and Pisek won't keep the streak of titles going, look for them to return to the top in 10-11.

4) New Lisbon-The Rockets lose the presence of a four year starter in Mitch Vinz and a couple other guards, but Chad Weiss will be enough to lead this team to contend for third with Hillsboro.

5) Bangor-I must admit I'm least familiar with the Cardinals. But I know they do lose very little from a year ago. However, thats not saying a lot considering they were a bottom feeder. If nothing else I think that the experience of Piske, Burkhardt, Langher, etc will do enough to finish 5th.

6) Wonewoc-They will miss Kaus a bit in the scoring department. But I like the quickness of Thompson and the upside of Sullivan inside to stay ahead of the bottom two.

7)Brookwood-I think of all teams from a year ago, the Falcons are affected most by graduation. They will especially miss the presence of Brueggen, Dreier, and Neumann. They also lack the presence of a big man of any kind. Ferries is one of the better ball players in the conference, but he'll get a lot of attention from defenses. Vlasak will also have his moments but will lack consistency.

8) Cashton-Another team that loses a great deal to graduation. I'm probably most assured of this pick, simply because they lack talent as well as that experience. Fernholz, Ripley, and Dickman will have to come to play if they expect to win a conference game this year.

**Check back in late February and you'll realize just how damn smart I really am.

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nirvanafan1
Dec. 7th Boys

Wisconsin Dells 65
New Lisbon 45

NL was outscored 21-2 in the first quarter, kind of hard to catch up from there. I do applaud their effort to take on bigger schools though.
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tyrone_old
i do not see brookwood finishing seventh, and i really hope u are wearing ur helmet when u fall off ur high horse mr alex neuman. also MOISES IS OUR LEADING SCORER WITH A NAME LIKE MOISES WE HAVE A GOOD or GOD OMEN. also w/o neuman there driving the lane at 100 mph and frantically throwing up shots at the very last second with his ball hogging skill we may have a shot.
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thegreat1
Boys

Bangor 75, Cashton 30



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nirvanafan1
TheGreat1 wrote:


Boys

Bangor 75, Cashton 30


Also in Boys action:
Wonewoc-Center over Royall 47-40 (pretty sure that's what it was), poor shooting is what doomed Royall.

Necedah over New Lisbon 73-52, the Cardinals shot about 65% or better from the field, and apparently New Lisbon looked lost at times.
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thegreat1
Girls

Cashton 70, Bangor 31

Hillsboro 54, Brookwood 28

Royall 49, Wonewoc-Center 26


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nirvanafan1
I'm thinking that either Necedah or Wonewoc or Royall are currently in the lead, one of those three anyway.
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dizzlek_old
what are the standings?
Hi!
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thegreat1
Friday night scores


Boys

Bangor 62, Brookwood 42

Hillsboro 62, Cashton 40


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nirvanafan1
Friday night boys score:
New Lisbon 44
Wonewoc 30
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nirvanafan1
Congrats to the New Lisbon Wrestling team on their D3 Bi-State team title!

Zach Oleson took home the 119 title, Trey Thiesen (his championship opponent is a nationally ranked wrestler from Wisconsin Rapids) took second at 140 and Anthony Edgren took second at 189.
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tyrone_old
The Brookwood basketball team will be back to the glory days, with Cody Big Daddy Diseal leading the paint, as his cracked vertebre is completely healed from football, it was injured during homecoming after he was kicked off a firetruck. His Jr High stats are quite impressive avering twenty seven points a game with fifteen rebounds. I look for a complete rebound of the confrence with big daddy back.
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