Eagles Down Clippers in Boys Hoops

Southern Door’s boys basketball team dominated the first half Tuesday with a 17-point lead at intermission and went on to win at home over Sturgeon Bay, 70-51.

The Eagles, who made only three baskets behind the 3-point arc, had three players score in double figures led by Drew Daoust with a game-high 34 points. Jared Hawkey added 20 points with Taylor Schaefer scoring 11 more.

The Clippers, who made nine 3-pointers, also had three players score in double figures. Calvin Richard scored a team-high 14 points with four 3-pointers, Isaak Aune added 11 points with three 3-pointers and Derik Ayala made 10 points with a pair of 3-pointers.

Southern Door, which improved to 5-3 overall and 3-1 in the Packerland Conference, next hosts a non-conference game Friday against Crivitz.

Sturgeon Bay (3-5, 2-3), hosts a league game Thursday against Algoma.

Southern Door’s Taylor Schaefer (5) shoots in the lane Tuesday over Sturgeon Bay’s Isaak Aune (3) while Gannon Evers (40) looks on. Photo by Rachel Lukas.

Vikings Beaten by Bulldogs

Gibraltar’s boys basketball team fell behind by 11 points at halftime Tuesday and ended up losing at Peshtigo, 51-29.

Jake Schar led the Vikings with eight points, followed by Braden Sitte with six points.

The Bulldogs had three players score in double figures led by Kaine Fort with 15 points. Landon Beyer added 12 points with Will McMahon scoring 10 more.

Gibraltar (1-5, 0-3) returns to action Jan. 5 with a home league game against Oconto.

Pioneers Devoured by Wolves

Sevastopol’s boys basketball team trailed by 34 points at halftime Tuesday before losing at home to Algoma, 70-21.

Lucas Delsart led the Pioneers with six points, while Nick Peterson added five points.

The Wolves had three players score in double figures led by Kaden Vardon with 23 points. Owen Robertson added 11 points with Grant Vandervest scoring 10 more.

Sevastoopol (1-7, 0-4) returns to action Jan. 5 with a non-conference game at Stockbridge.