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The White Lake boys basketball team, down several contributors Tuesday, dug themselves a hole they could not climb out of, in a 93-24 Northern Lakes Conference loss at Laona-Wabeno.

“The shots just weren't falling,” head coach Mike Igl said. “We played with eight and all saw significant minutes, I'm still very proud of these young men.”

As the teams went to the halftime break, the scoreboard read 54-15 in favor of Laona-Wabeno, a likely insurmountable deficit. Despite that, the Lakers did not quit, with Travis Young knocking down two three-pointers a second half highlight in defeat.

“I told them it's not all your fault, it's on my shoulders too,” Igl added. “As a team we get frustrated easily and then stop playing to our fullest abilities.”

Young ended the night as the Lakers' leading scorer with nine points and added five rebounds. Braden Fredrick just missed out on a double-double with seven points and 10 rebounds, with Blake Baehman adding five points and three boards, with Bruce Rea at two points and Luke Blawat sinking a free throw.

Connor Taylor led a balanced Rebels' scoring effort with 16 points, as Laona-Wabeno improved to 3-3 overall and 3-1 in the Northern Lakes.

White Lake drops to 0-5, 0-4 in conference play. The Lakers will next travel to Marion for a non-conference game with the Mustangs on Friday, with a tip time of 7:30 p.m.

Scoring Summary

Laona High School

Rebels 93, Lakers 24

Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018



WLK 15 9 24

LWB 54 39 93



Scoring-

White LakeTravis Young 9, Braden Fredrick 7, Blae Baehman 5, Bruce Rea 2, Luke Blawat 1

Laona-Wabeno- Connor Taylor 16, Reed Christianson 14, Jacob Christianson 9, Trevor Cleeremon 9, Michael Stamper 9, Bob Brauer 7, Baylen Casey 7, Matt Seeber 6, Clayton Janesch 5, Seth Lempel 4, Hunter Exfeild 4, Jesse Pakulski 3

Records-

White Lake- 0-5 (0-4 Northern Lakes)

Laona-Wabeno- 3-3 (3-1 Northern Lakes)
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Early deficit too large for Lakers, fall to Rebels
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The White Lake boys basketball team, down several contributors Tuesday, dug themselves a hole they could not climb out of, in a 93-24 Northern Lakes Conference loss at Laona-Wabeno.

“The shots just weren't falling,” head coach Mike Igl said. “We played with eight and all saw significant minutes, I'm still very proud of these young men.”

As the teams went to the halftime break, the scoreboard read 54-15 in favor of Laona-Wabeno, a likely insurmountable deficit. Despite that, the Lakers did not quit, with Travis Young knocking down two three-pointers a second half highlight in defeat.

“I told them it's not all your fault, it's on my shoulders too,” Igl added. “As a team we get frustrated easily and then stop playing to our fullest abilities.”

Young ended the night as the Lakers' leading scorer with nine points and added five rebounds. Braden Fredrick just missed out on a double-double with seven points and 10 rebounds, with Blake Baehman adding five points and three boards, with Bruce Rea at two points and Luke Blawat sinking a free throw.

Connor Taylor led a balanced Rebels' scoring effort with 16 points, as Laona-Wabeno improved to 3-3 overall and 3-1 in the Northern Lakes.

White Lake drops to 0-5, 0-4 in conference play. The Lakers will next travel to Marion for a non-conference game with the Mustangs on Friday, with a tip time of 7:30 p.m.

Scoring Summary

Laona High School

Rebels 93, Lakers 24

Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018



WLK 15 9 24

LWB 54 39 93



Scoring-

White LakeTravis Young 9, Braden Fredrick 7, Blae Baehman 5, Bruce Rea 2, Luke Blawat 1

Laona-Wabeno- Connor Taylor 16, Reed Christianson 14, Jacob Christianson 9, Trevor Cleeremon 9, Michael Stamper 9, Bob Brauer 7, Baylen Casey 7, Matt Seeber 6, Clayton Janesch 5, Seth Lempel 4, Hunter Exfeild 4, Jesse Pakulski 3

Records-

White Lake- 0-5 (0-4 Northern Lakes)

Laona-Wabeno- 3-3 (3-1 Northern Lakes)
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