Mosinee Boys Take Down Northland Pines

Northland Pines came to town to try to play spoiler to Mosinee’s undefeated conference season and to get at least a share of the conference title. Mosinee would get on the board first from their Achilles heel, the free-throw line with Trenton Dorn making a pair. On the next possession, Dorn kicks out to Keagen Jirschele for a three-ball. A couple of possessions later, Jirschele drives and kicks Kyle Miller for the long-range bomb, 12-3 Mosinee. Pines would go on a 9-0 run to tie the game up at 12 all. With 5:15 to go in the first half, Davin Stoffel with the steal and the 1 handed tomahawk dunk, 18-16. Jirschele would nail another 3 and then get a fastbreak layup, 23-18 with 3:17 to go in the half. A minute later, Drake Grod connects from deep followed by Jirschele again, 29-26. Mosinee would take a 33-26 lead into halftime. Mosinee would force 13 turnovers and get another 13 stops out of Northland Pines’s 39 possessions in the half, racking up 7 stops (3 or more turnovers or stops in a row)

Thirty-seven seconds into the second half Dorn passes to Stoffel for a monster dunk! Two minutes later Grod connects from long-range once again, 38-32. With 11:28 to go in the game, Trevor Garski connects from deep followed by Cole Kowalski, 48-42. Kyle Miller buries another three, 4 minutes later, 57-44. A minute later, Miller pulls a transition 3, 62-49. Nineteen seconds later, Grod drains a transition 3. A minute later, Stoffel throws down a third dunk of the night, 67-51! Mosinee goes on to win 75-62, clinching at least a share of the GNC Conference Title staying unbeaten (10-0), and advancing to 19-1 overall.
Mosinee was 6 of 10 from beyond the arc in the second half and 11 of 23 overall.
Mosinee scoring:  Grod 12, Dorn 5, Jirschele 15, Stoffel 21, Miller 9, Kowalski 5, Garski 8


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David Keech
Author: David Keech

David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]