High school basketball: Mitchell Stegeman named to WBCA all-star game

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Game set for June 15

Suring’s Mitchell Stegeman (23) rises up for a shot in a Division 5 regional final clash against Green Bay NEW Lutheran on March 2. Stegeman was recently named to one of the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association’s all-star games. (Times Herald photo by Morgan Rode)

Suring High School senior Mitchell Stegeman was recently named to the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association’s all-star game after his outstanding basketball season and career.

“I am extremely honored,” Stegeman said. “I think it’s really cool that I get to play with the best players in the state. Since I was little, I’ve always dreamed of playing in the infamous JustAgame Fieldhouse, so this truly is a dream come true for me.”

Stegeman enjoyed a standout season on the court to cap a strong high school career.

The Suring player averaged 18.9 points per game, leading the Marinette & Oconto Conference. Following the season, Stegeman was tabbed the M&O player of the year.

He helped the Eagles reach a Division 5 regional final game.

Stegeman will play on the Division 5 White team, which faces the D5 Red team June 15 at 9 a.m.

Helping fill out the White team is Brandon Row (Rio), Bryce Fuerlinger (Columbus Catholic), Cade Lamb (Almond-Bancroft), Caleb Dotseth (Clayton), Jared Payne (Seneca), Jarek Nelson (Prairie Farm), Jarred Mandel (Columbus Catholic), Noah Kollock (Almond-Bancroft) and Samuel Meerstein (Green Bay NEW Lutheran).

Jon Bussewitz, of Turtle Lake, and Nick Schradle, of Clayton, will coach the team.

In addition to playing in the all-star games, the athletes need to raise at least $500 each through fundraisers to benefit Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer.

The five WBCA girls all-star games will be played June 14, with the boys games all taking place the next day.

Lockstein, Marquardt each named to WFCA all-star game

After strong senior seasons on the football field, Gillett’s Tyler Lockstein and Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy’s Tyson Marquardt were each named to a Wisconsin Football Coaches Association all-star game.

Each player will play for the eight-man South team and were named to the team as offensive linemen.

Lockstein was an honorable mention pick as an offensive and defensive lineman in the M&O. Marquardt was placed on the first team as an offensive lineman.

The eight-man all-star game will be played at 10 a.m. July 20 at UW-Oshkosh’s Titan Stadium.

Two, 11-man all-star games will follow the eight-man game. The small school game will be played at 1:30 p.m., with the large school game being played at 5 p.m.