Dutchmen cruise past Resorters in league play


OWEN KALBACKEN of Elkhart Lake scores a reverse layup despite the defensive effort from Oostburg’s Tristan Van Ess during Tuesday’s basketball game. – Photo by Mike McGill OWEN KALBACKEN of Elkhart Lake scores a reverse layup despite the defensive effort from Oostburg’s Tristan Van Ess during Tuesday’s basketball game. – Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – The Oostburg Flying Dutchmen’s three point barrage and rebounding dominance fueled a 73-25 drubbing of Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah in boys basketball action here Tuesday night.

Oostburg was 13-for-27 from three-point range for an excellent 48 percent. Brett Ebbers and Jake Daane sparked the Dutchmen’s three-point shooting with a combinded nine treys, with Ebbers going 5-for-10 and Daane, 4-for-5.

The Dutchmen improved to 3-3 in the Big East Conference (4-4 overall). The Resorters dropped to 0-6 in the BEC (1-6 overall).

Van Ess, a junior forward, scored a game-high 20 points, followed by Ebbers with 15.

Junior guard Max Kossman paced Elkhart in scoring with 10.

Oostburg held a 45-21 rebounding edge, including a 14-5 advantage on offense. Van Ess, Daane and Jacob Gross led the Dutchmen in boards with nine each. Daane also had a team-high seven assists.

Owen Kalbacken was the Resorters’ top rebounder with eight. Noah Ruh had a team-high three assists.

“I thought our kids did the three things we ask from them and that is to play hard, smart and together. This game came down to shooting and rebounding,” said Resorter head coach Ray Mlada.

“They shot the lights out but got a lot of good looks because they are unselfish and share the ball nicely.”


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