Fresh off of winning a share of the Badger South title, Stoughton (14-8, 8-4) played their final game of the regular season against Racine Park (5-17, 3-11) Saturday night.
The Vikings were in store for a game that turned out to be much closer than anticipated. Park hung with Stoughton most of the way, but behind the strong fourth quarter play of sophomore Nick McGlynn the Vikings were too tough down the stretch, holding off the Panthers 58-46 for their 10th win in their last 11 games.
Nick McGlynn – 2015 – F – Stoughton HS
6-7 – Stoughton, WI
After sitting out much of the first half with foul trouble, McGlynn came on strong in the second. The sophomore put himself in good scoring position and did a nice job of finishing around the rim. McGlynn also showed the ability to step out and shoot the ball, knocking in a 3-pointer. McGlynn took over the fourth quarter for Stoughton, and scored a game-high 19 points.
Shane Rowley – 2013 – G – Stoughton HS
6-2- Stoughton, WI
In a game in which Stoughton struggled most of the night, Rowley was the glue that held the Vikings together. The senior was poised all night, and made shots in crucial points of the game. He scored a game-high 19 points, picking apart the defense with 3-point shots and tough drives into the paint.
Cameron Townsend – 2014 – G – Park HS
5-10 – Racine, WI
Townsend played a big role in helping Park hang around with Stoughton. The junior scored 11 points on a couple nice dribble drives, and was a pest defensively coming up with a number of steals.
Kaj Days – 2016 – F – Park HS
6-7- Racine, WI
Days did a little bit of everything for Park Saturday night. He’s limited offensively right now, but the rest of his game is pretty advanced for a freshman. Days blocked and altered plenty of shots, and also racked up a good amount of assists and rebounds. Days chipped in with eight points for Park.
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