Mosinee Hangs on to Defeat DC Everest

Mosinee (OnFocus) – Mosinee led 33-24 at the half and went on to earn a 76-64 nonconference win over DC Everest.

The visitors from DC Everest would get on the board first when Ben Prunuske would receive a jump pass from Marcus Hall. Mosinee would respond with a layup of their own from Davin Stoffel. DC Everest and Mosinee would trade blow for blow for the first minutes when Mosinee would start to pull away.

Davin Stoffel would throw down 2 two-handed dunks in the first half as Mosinee would take a 33-24 lead into the locker room after giving up 2 offensive rebounds on 2 separate trips in which Everest would score a bucket on each.  Marcus Hall would put the Evergreens on his back in the second-half to try to bring them back into the game as he put 18 of his 27 points in the half.

Mosinee would go up by as much as 18 points though in the second-half. Stoffel would throw down another slam, as Mosinee cruised to a 76-64 win over DC Everest.

Mosinee scoring: Garski 7, Kowalski 2, Miller 13, Grod 13, Dorn 10, Jirschele 17, Stoffel 14

2021-22 Mosinee Boys Basketball Schedule

DC Everest scoring: Prunuske 6, Miles 3, Sengster 2, Hall 27, Brost 3, Vercimale 2, Priebe 5, McFarlane 13,  Rombalski 3

2021-22 DC Everest Boys Basketball Schedule

15 three-pointers were made on the night 9 by DC Everest and 6 by Mosinee:
DC Everest – Connor McFarlane 3, Cohen Priebe 1, Marcus Hall 4, Wyatt Miles 1
Mosinee – Drake Grod 3, Trevor Garski 1, Keagen Jirschele 1, Kyle Miller 1

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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]