Tigers’ Reinemann on all-state first team

by Greg Ceilley
of The Review staff


ERIC REINEMANN of Howards Grove, shown driving to the hoop versus Manitowoc Roncalli in a sectional basketball semifinal game this year, was named to the D-4 all-state first team. – Photo by Terry Schaller ERIC REINEMANN of Howards Grove, shown driving to the hoop versus Manitowoc Roncalli in a sectional basketball semifinal game this year, was named to the D-4 all-state first team. – Photo by Terry Schaller Senior Eric Reinemann of Howards Grove earned Division 4 all-state first-team honors from the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association for the 2017-18 boys basketball season.

Reinemann, a 6-foot-5 forward, was named the Big East Conference Player of the Year and was a unanimous All- BEC first-team pick this past season. Reinemann helped lead the Tigers to the BEC title and the program’s fourth straight regional championship. The Tigers finished 13-0 in the league and 22-3 overall.

“Honestly, players like Eric only come around so often. He has earned ever accolade thrown his way. I’m so proud of him and privileged to be his coach for the past two years,” said Tiger head coach Wade Georgeff.

“His ability to finish around the hoop, usually while taking defenders with him, was remarkable.

“What’s most impressive was the way he went about things. He played the game the right way. His determination and will to outwork everyone is what sets him apart from most,” said Georgeff.

Reinemann led the Tigers in scoring with an 18.0 points-per-game average and rebounding at 9.9 per contest this past season. He shot an impressive 61.0 percent from the field overall.

He was 10-for-32 in threepoint shooting for 31.2 percent and was a 66.0-percent free-throw shooter. Reinemann averaged 1.1 assists and 1.4 steals per game, and blocked nine shots.

Senior guard Jared Jurss of Sheboygan Lutheran was selected to the D-5 all-state first team. Lutheran sophomore forward/center Jacob Ognacevic earned honorable mention.

Kohler senior guard Ben Maki was voted to the D-4 all-state honorable-mention team.

Junior guard Marcus Domask of Waupun is on the D-3 all-state first team for the second straight season. Domask was the East Central Conference Player of the Year and an All-ECC first-team pick for the third straight year this past season.

Senior forward Solomon Zarling of Kettle Moraine Lutheran (Jackson) earned D-5 honorable mention. KML and Waupun were the ECC cochampions this year.


Readers Comments

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