By Brent Huelsmann
St. Ann picked up two more wins against St. Andrews and Hoffman to push their record to 7-4 on the season.
St. Ann got off to a quick start against St. Andrews on November 16, outscoring them 12-1 in the first quarter. The Saints kept up the pressure extending the lead to 18 points at halftime. St. Andrews came out in the second half scoring, but were not able to chip into the lead, as St. Ann extended the lead to 20 points going into the fourth. St. Ann would cruise from there winning by a final score of 48-26.
Terry Pelczynski led the Saints with 16 points in the game. Logan Eversgerd joined Pelczynski in double figures with 10 points. Nick Miller and Braden Bauza each had nine point in the game and Cole Malawy and Luke Pedtke each had two points to finish the scoring for St. Ann.
The Saints continued winning against Hoffman on November 17 defeating them 52-26. St. Ann got off to another fast start holding a 15-4 lead after the first quarter. The lead would grow in the second as the Saints led by 21 points at halftime. St. Ann would be able to cruise from there, outscoring Hoffman in each of the last two quarters, and won the game 52-26.
The Saints were led in the game by Pelczynski with 21 points. Malawy also scored in double figures with 15 points. Sam Bielong scoried four points in the game and Eversgerd scored three points. Bauza, Ryan Restoff, Aaron Stanowski, and Pedtke all chipped in two points. Miller had one point to round out the scoring in the game.
St. Ann got another win in a close game, as they defeated St. Mary Centralia 34-32 on November 23. The Saints got off to a fast start taking an eight point lead after the first quarter, led by eight points by Nick Miller. The Saints' lead was trimmed to four at half, and after the third quarter St. Ann trailed by two points. St. Ann came back in the fourth, and were able to win the game by two points.
Pelczynski led the Saints with 12 points in the game. Miller chipped in 11 points. Malawy added eight points and Eversgerd scored three points in the contest to round out the scoring in the game.
St. Ann was back in action against New Horizon on November 24. The Saints were in control of the game from the start, taking a 22-2 lead after the first quarter. St. Ann held a 20 point lead at halftime, and a 23 point lead after the third quarter. The Saints went on to cruise to a 50-15 win.
The Saints had a balanced scoring attack, with no players reaching double figures. Pelczynski and Stanowski each had eight points in the game. Zachary Shomanic scored seven points, and Bielong added six points in the game. Eversgerd and Bauza each added five points apiece in the contst. Malawy added four points, and Braden Kujawa added three points in the contest. Restoff and Miller had two points each to round out the scoring in the game for St. Ann.