The Trucker boys varsity basketball team earned a 50-25 win over the Oconto Falls Panthers on Saturday, Dec. 8.
Clintonville led 16-2 after one quarter and 31-4 at halftime.
The Panthers outscored the Truckers 10-6 in the third quarter, but Clintonville held the edge in the fourth quarter by outscoring Oconto Falls 13-11.
John Schultz led Clintonville with 15 points on six of 10 shooting while making two of four from 3-point land. He also pulled down seven rebounds.
Jesse Brauer scored nine points for Clintonville, while Kolin Kubitz and Andy Schmidt both scored six.
Adam Weatherwax added four, and Ross Westphal, Turner Doornink, David Yonker, Tom Suttner and Aaron Ziemer scored two each.
Clintonville had 34 rebounds, with 13 coming on the offensive end. The Truckers notched 10 assists, 20 steals, and 11 deflections.
Both teams were whistled for 18 fouls, for a total of 36 foul calls in the game.
Little Chute 42
The heavily-favored Mustangs had a tremendous size advantage over the Truckers, but Clintonville used speed and teamwork to give Little Chute all they could handle.
Clintonville led 12-7 after one quarter and trailed 17-19 at halftime.
In the third quarter, Clintonville outscored Little Chute 10-7 to take a one-point lead.
In the final frame, the two teams battled back and forth, but Little Chute outscored Clintonville 16-8 to take the win.
Jansen Van Daalwyk led Clintonville with 11 points, including three huge 3-point shots that kept the Truckers within striking distance in the second half.
Schultz scored 10 points, while Ziemer and Brauer both scored five. Kubitz and Weatherwax each scored two.
Clintonville was outrebounded 15-22 by the much taller Mustang team. The Truckers were also whistled for 20 fouls, while Little Chute picked up just 10 fouls.
The Truckers made five 3-point shots, while Little Chute made just two. Clintonville sank four of seven free throws, while Little Chute made 12 of 22 from the charity stripe.
The Truckers play at home on Tuesday, Dec. 18. Opening tip is scheduled for 7:15 p.m.