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WBCA All-Star Games From Wisconsin Dells

By Eric Rajala, erajala@wisctv.com
Published On: Jun 15 2013 10:14:13 PM CDT
Updated On: Jun 16 2013 09:56:24 AM CDT

Wisconsin Dells, Wis. -

Saturday, some of the best players in the state took part in the WBCA Boys Basketball All-Star Games in Wisconsin Dells. 

In Division One, the South won 87-75. Madison La Follette's Nygel Drury pitched in with 14 points for the South. Austin Malone-Mitchell led the South with 22. 

In Division Two, the North got revenge. Onalaska's Matt Thomas, an Iowa State recruit, led the charge for the North with 22 points. Waunakee's Kyan Kruser had 17 for the South. The North won 107-86.

In Division Three, UW recruit Bronson Koenig took center stage, scoring 18 points as the North routed the south 100-71. 

In Division Four, the South squad got back on track as Southwestern's Josh Smith chipped in for 12 points and the South came out on top 89-65.

Finally, in Division Five, the North edged the South 63-59. Bloomer's Ben Best was the best player on the floor, as he led the North with 18 points and 14 rebounds. For the South, Randolph's Aaron Retzlaff and Fall River's Jake Grebe each scored seven points. 

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