A strong opening week of competition at the annual Breakfast of Champions (“BOC”) Fall League saw players like young freshman Kyle Geiger of Columbus High School (WI) deliver excellent performances. We continue our recap of week 1 of the BOC with a look at some of the top efforts in the Eastern Conference today…
N’GAI DIXON JR. – 2014 – F – MILWAUKEE RIVERSIDE
Stat Line – 17 points (7-11 FG), 4 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 2 Steals, 1 Block, 4 Turnovers
A solid opening week effort. Was efficient from the field and active across the board on both ends.
DEMETRIUS GALLOWAY – 2013 – G – KENOSHA BRADFORD
Stat Line – 1 point (0-4 FG), 5 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 3 Steals, 1 Block, 5 Turnovers
Didn’t score a lot but found a way to make a huge impact across the board with his activity and floor production. Was solid on the glass and on the defensive end and showed nice playmaking ability as well.
KYLE GEIGER – 2015 – G/F – COLUMBUS HIGH SCHOOL
Stat Line – 12 points (5-12 FG), 10 Rebounds, 3 Steals, 2 Assists, 3 Turnovers
Gave a solid effort across the board. Was active on the glass, knocked down some shots, and made some solid decisions. As his efficiency improves I expect his production to continue to grow each week.
DWAYNE LAWHORN JR. – 2015 – G/F – GERMANTOWN
Stat Line – 12 points (5-11 FG), 3 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 3 Steals, 1 Turnover
A solid opening week effort that saw him knock down some shots, create offensively, be active on the defensive end, etc.
JACK NATE – 2014 – G/F – ARROWHEAD
Stat Line – 22 points (9-11 FG), 3 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 1 Steal, 3 Turnovers
Turned in an impressive shooting performance that displayed range while also being efficient in the process. Would like to see his floor activity elevate in the coming weeks as it should really take his overall production to another level. Nice job.
FORAH BANGURA – 2013 – G – BROOKFIELD ACADEMY
Stat Line – 6 points (3-5 FG), 4 Assists, 3 Rebounds, 3 Steals, 1 Block, 6 Turnovers
Turned in a decent floor performance and contributed across the board. Would like to see him be a more efficient with his decision making and passes in the coming weeks but overall he gave a decent first week performance.
NATE HENSEL – 2014 – SG – WILMOT
Stat Line – 15 points (6-13 FG), 7 Rebounds, 3 Steals, 1 Turnover
A nice solid effort filled with some baskets, solid rebounding, and nice activity on the defensive end of the floor. With improved activity on both ends he could really turn in some nice efforts this fall.
JONATHAN LOPEZ – 2013 – G – RONALD REAGAN
Stat Line – 6 points (3-8 FG), 8 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 2 Steals, 2 Turnovers
Gave a nice effort on both ends and made things happen in the process. Attacked the glass, made some nice passes, finished at times, etc.
JUNIOR RUSSELL – 2015 – G – DOMINICAN
Stat Line – 9 points (3-10 FG), 4 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 1 Steal, 3 Turnovers
Was active on both ends and made some nice things happen. Attacked the glass, played solid defense, and finished at times. As his activity and efficiency improve in the coming weeks so will his production.
JETT SIEGENTHALER – 2015 – F – CATHOLIC MEMORIAL
Stat Line – 6 points (3-6 FG), 5 Rebounds, 3 Steals, 1 Turnover
A respectable opening week effort in that he contributed on the glass, was active defensively, and he was efficient from the field. Needs to take his activity and aggressiveness up another level with each passing week and his production will improve as a result.
DEARIONTE HUDSON – 2014 – PG – GERMANTOWN
Stat Line – 12 points (5-8 FG), 2 Rebounds, 2 Steals, 1 Block, 5 Turnovers
He was efficient from the field, active defensively, etc. Needs to elevate his playmaking ability and be more efficient with the ball and his decisions in the coming weeks.
KEVIN MCHENRY JR. – 2015 – G/F – MENOMONEE FALLS
Stat Line – 12 points (6-8 FG), 4 Assists, 4 Rebounds, 3 Steals, 1 Block, 6 Turnovers
Gave a really nice effort across the board and was efficient from the field as well. Attacked the glass, showed nice playmaking instincts, was active defensively, etc. Needs to be more efficient with his decisions and protecting the basketball moving forward.
DANNY MOSLEY – 2014 – SG – RACINE HORLICK
Stat Line – 9 points (4-10 FG), 7 Rebounds, 2 Steals, 3 Turnovers
He was active on the glass and defensively and finished as well on occasion. As he elevates his activity and aggressiveness on both ends he could have some solid weeks this fall.
MATTHEW CALEWARTS – 2014 – SG – ARROWHEAD
Stat Line – 5 points (2-9 FG), 15 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 3 Steals, 5 Turnovers
Struggled from the field but was exceptional on the glass and with his hustle and effort on both ends. Showed solid playmaking potential and an ability to fill the box score. Needs to maintain the same activity but be more efficient from the field and protecting the basketball moving forward.
DAYMON GLENN – 2014 – G – MILWAUKEE RIVERSIDE
Stat Line – 22 points (10-15 FG), 3 Assists, 3 Steals, 2 Rebounds, 0 Turnovers
One of the best overall efforts of the week. He was efficient from the field, showed nice range, was active on both ends, and was efficient in his decisions and protecting the basketball. A great opening week to build on.
JAKE STAUFFACHER – 2015 – SG – MENOMONEE FALLS
Stat Line – 8 points (4-14 FG), 6 Rebounds, 1 Turnover
Struggled from the field but was active on the glass and found a way to make plays at times. As his floor activity on both ends improves along with his efficiency, so will his overall production this fall.
BRANDON SCHATTNER – 2014 – G – WILMOT
Stat Line – 11 points (5-12 FG), 4 Steals, 2 Assists, 2 Rebounds, 5 Turnovers
A decent opening week. Displayed solid range and instincts and was active on the defensive end of the floor. As he becomes more efficient his production will improve in the process.
KYLE WEITERMANN – 2015 – PG – GERMANTOWN
Stat Line – 6 points (3-6 FG), 6 Steals, 5 Assists, 1 Rebound, 4 Turnovers
A nice opening week in terms of his overall production. Finished at times, was exceptional on the defensive end, made some nice playmaking decisions, etc. Would like to see him be more active and aggressive on both ends while reducing his turnovers moving forward.
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