HA Basketball Classic

7th GRADE:

MONDAY…

The seventh grade division of this year’s HA Classic features six area team playing in two preliminary pools on Monday and Wednesday with finals on Saturday. The first game of the night between Holy Angels-Blue and Badger-Red saw both teams come out with full court pressure and tenacious defense. The host school’s team took a 24-19 lead into the locker room at the half. The teams matched scoring in the second half with the Royals earning a 43-37 victory. Keeghan Tennies led all scorers with 20 points with Michael Kleinhans adding 12 in the win. Badger scoring was led by Jack Trampe (14) and Sean Fettig (11).

St. Mary-MenoFalls dominated in their matchup with Holy Angels-White with nine players contributing points to the 51-13 victory. The Warriors were led by Tyler Hoffman (14) and Andre Acra (11).

In the evening’s finale, St. Boniface used a 27-14 halftime margin en route to a 45-32 victory over Badger-Red. Alex Mackram (19) and Joe Humphriss (10) led the Eagles in scoring.

WEDNESDAY…

In pool play on Wednesday, St. Mary-MenoFalls advanced to the championship game with a convincing 52-21 win over Badger-White. All ten players contributed to the scoring effort. St. Boniface also punched their ticket to the championship game with a 36-25 victory over Holy Angels-Blue. Alex MacKram led the Eagles scoring with 17 points. Keeghan Tennies led the Holy Angels scoring with 19 points.

In other action, Holy Angels-White got past Badger-White, 31-28, to meet HA-Blue in the third place game on Saturday. Isaac Fichtner (16) and Jayden Omernick (10) were the high scorers in the victory.

SATURDAY…

Badger-Red and Badger-White faced each other for fifth place with the Red squad coming out on top, 43-32, led by Jack Trampe’s 11 points. White’s Riley O’Connor led all scorers with 19 points.

Holy Angels-Blue claimed third place honors with a 49-32 win over Holy Angels-White. Blue’s Keeghan Tennies (19) and White’s Danny Krause (18) were the top scorers.

In the championship game, St. Mary’s-MenoFalls relied on a blanced scoring attack to defeat St. Boniface.

FINAL 7th GRADE STANDINGS:

1st – St. Mary’s – Menomonee Falls; 2nd – St. Boniface; 3rd – Holy Angels-Blue; 4th – Holy Angels-White; 5th – Badger-Red; 6th – Badger-White.

8th GRADE:

WEDNESDAY…

The 39th annual Holy Angels Basketball Classic began with the host school’s 8th grade team jump out to a 22-10 halftime lead in their opening round matchup with Good Shepherd. The Royals extended their lead to advance in the championship bracket with a 44-21 win. Ty Stanek led all scorers with 15 points, followed by Aaron Tennies’ 11 points. Connor Haeuser tallied 11 points for the Rams.

Led by Brennan Timm’s 9 points, Badger-White jumped out to a 11-2 first period lead over Wauwatosa St. Jude. The Badgers maintained the lead en route to a 37-23 first round victory. Timm led all scorers with 21 points while Landon Dott tallied ten.

St. Boniface and St. Mary-MenoFalls kept things close in through the first two periods in their opening round game. St. Boniface used a 13-5 third period run to take control of the game and posting a 40-23 win. Owen Meyer (13) and Josh Delfield (10) led the way for the Eagles.

In the evening’s finale, Badger-Red used scoring from eight players to defeat St. Kilian, 44-25. Leading the way for the Badgers was Trey Larson with 12 points. St. Kilian’s AJ Arndt led all scorers with 13 points.

The Holy Angels Dance Team also performed during halftime.  The Halftime Shootout also provided some excitement as participants try to win a bike donated by Mountain Outfitters and a basketball camp provided by WCSS.

FRIDAY…

On Friday, the Holy Angels Royals took a 26-17 halftime lead to the locker room in their second round game against Badger-White.  The Badgers used an 11-6 run to cut the lead to four points going into the final period. Aaron Tennies’ four free throw kept the game out of reach as Holy Angels moved on to the championship game with a 38-33 win. Tennies led all scorers with 19 points, with Curtis Holbrook adding nine.

In other action, St. Mary-MF used a 13-3 run in the second period to break open their game with St. Kilian, posting a 37-18 win.  St. Jude posted a second round win over Good Shepherd, 44-13, with all players scoring. Badger-Red jumped out to a 13-5 first period lead over St. Boniface en route to a 41-32 victory.

SATURDAY…

In a high-scoring championship game, Badger-Red jumped out to a 19-12 first quarter lead against Holy Angels and maintained a seven point margin going into the final stanza. The Royals were not able to overcome the deficit as Badger-Red claimed the title with a 59-46 win.Sam Geldnich (24) and Dawson Rondorf (13) led their team’s scoring, while Casey Gerber (16) and Aaron Tennies (12) paced the host team.

In other action, St. Jude held off 10-3 fourth period rally by St. Mary-MF  to claim third place with a 34-31 win. All seven players scored for St. Jude. St. Boniface took home the fourth place trophy with a 27-21 victory over Badger-White.  St. Kilian and Good Shepherd kept things close with a tie game going into the fourth period, with St. Kilian claiming victory with a 19-17 final score.

FINAL 8TH GRADE STANDINGS:

1st – Badger-Red; 2nd – Holy Angels; 3rd – St. Jude; 4th – St. Boniface; 5th – St. Mary-MF; 6th – Badger-White; 7th – St. Kilian; and 8th – Good Shepherd.

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