Huge second half propels Dutchmen past EL-G


CALEB BROADDUS of Elkhart Lake tries to dribble past Oostburg’s Jonathan Heinen during Thursday’s BEC basketball game. – Photo by Morgan Vollbrecht CALEB BROADDUS of Elkhart Lake tries to dribble past Oostburg’s Jonathan Heinen during Thursday’s BEC basketball game. – Photo by Morgan Vollbrecht ELKHART LAKE – Oostburg outscored the Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters 45-22 in the second half to pave the way for a 68-47 rout in Big East Conference boys basketball action here Thursday night.

The Flying Dutchmen upped their BEC record to 5-3 (6-6 overall). The Resorters fell to 1-7 in the league (3-9 overall).

Oostburg poured in 13 three-pointers, led by Cam Jaeger’s seven. Jaeger scored 23 points to lead the Dutchmen’s attack.

Caleb Broaddus was Elkhart’s top scorer with 27. Broaddus was an outstanding 6-for-10 (60 percent) from three-point range.

Oostburg held a 31-18 rebounding edge. The Dutchmen attempted 25 more shots than Elkhart, keyed by a 14-1 edge in offensive rebounds, and led 26-16 in fields goal made.


NOAH RUH, Elkhart Lake guard, attempts to drive past Oostburg’s Braden Dirkse in Thursday’s BEC basketball game. – Photo by Morgan Vollbrecht NOAH RUH, Elkhart Lake guard, attempts to drive past Oostburg’s Braden Dirkse in Thursday’s BEC basketball game. – Photo by Morgan Vollbrecht Broaddus led Elkhart in rebounds with five. Noah Ruh had a team-high three assists and two steals.

Jaeger and Tadeo Maier paced Oostburg in boards with six each. Maier led in assists with six and shared the lead in steals with Ashtin Smies at three.



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