Rockets (New Berlin Fire) 24, Supersonics 4: From the starting jump ball to the end of the game, the Rockets ran hard up and down the court to create breakaway scoring opportunities. Rocket steals for the game included Monica Lauerman with five, and Elise Arnas and Jenna Linssen had two each. At the end of the first half, the score was 14-2. The Rockets maneuvered to pass the ball to their open teammates, and lead the game in rebounds. Lead rebounders for the Rockets were Rachel Rasmussen with 13; Ruwandi Wijenayake, Jenna Linssen and Elise Arnas with seven each; and Kayla Moran with six. Leading scorers for the Rockets were Jenna Linssen with nine, Elise Arnas with six and Rachel Rasmussen with four.
Suns 18, Magic 16: The Suns came out on top in a very competitive game. Seth Luckman led the team with eight points, Matthew Prodoehl had four points and Nathan Lawton and Noah Birenbaum each had two points. Seth Luckman's key steal in the last minute clinched the victory. The defense was led by Kyle Dorshorst, who played great man to man coverage. Leo Li, Nick Hermann, Eli Oldenburg, Tommy Kuhnz, William Haung, and Ethan Vento also contributed on defense.
Celtics 43, Bucks 42: Cal Bush, David Franke, Alexander Gress, Jordan Neuens, Josh Neuens, Zac Nordstrom and Zach Stoltenburg all had key contributions in the Celtics' win over the Bucks. Mike Hilger led all players with 15 points and Keenan Mooney added nine for the Celtics. Chamika Wijenayake, Luke Lindemann and Billy Krager all scored eight points for the Bucks.
Nets (New Berlin Police) 22, Knicks 15: It was a close game with the Nets pulling away after halftime but the Knicks never gave up. The Nets were led in scoring by Gabby Majinski with 14 points and Maria Skoufis with four points.
Rockets (New Berlin Fire) 28, Suns (New Berlin Police) 10: The Rocket ran the court hard and had many breakaway passes that turned into scoring opportunities. Rocket steals for the game included Elise Arnas with eight, while Rachel Rasmussen and Jenna Linssen had seven each, and Morgan Lynch contributed two. At the end of the first half, the score was 22-0. Lead rebounders for the Rockets were Jenna Linssen with 15, Rachel Rasmussen with eight, Ruwandi Wijenayake with five, Elise Arnas with four, and Morgan Lynch and Kayla Moran with two each.Leading scorers for the Rockets were Jenna Linssen with 16, Morgan Lynch and Ruwandi Wienayake with four each, and Elise Arnas and Kayla Moran with two each.
Suns 28, Mavericks 8: The Suns offensive unit was led byMatthew Prodoehl, whose good shooting resulted in14 points. Noah Birenbaum chipped in eight points, and Nathan Lawton had four points. The defense was anchored by the efforts of Nick Herrman, Tommy Kuhnz, and Leo Li.
Celtics 47, Bobcats 41: Jordan Neuens scored 16 points and Mike Hilger added 15 points to lead the Celtics to a 47-41 victory. Justin Waldoch had eight points and Steven Hegeman scored six points for the Bobcats.
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