Regis overpowers Columbus Catholic boys basketball in Cloverbelt crossover
By Paul Lecker
NEILLSVILLE – Logan Rohrscheib poured in 38 points as Eau Claire Regis rolled past Marshfield Columbus Catholic 87-59 in the first-place game of the Cloverbelt Conference crossovers on Saturday afternoon at Neillsville High School.
Rohrscheib, a Minnesota-Duluth recruit, averages 32 points a game for the Ramblers (20-2), who are ranked fourth in Division 4 in the latest Wissports.net State Coaches Poll.
Columbus, ranked seventh in Division 5, finish the regular season with a 19-3 record.
Hunter Schultz scored 17 points and Tyler Fuerlinger added 12 for the Dons.
Columbus Catholic opens WIAA Division 5 play Tuesday at home with a regional quarterfinal against Athens.
(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)
Ramblers 87, Dons 59
REGIS (87): Jared Merkel 0, Keelin Norman-Klatt 0, Cody Osborn 8, Sam Stone 3, Brock Martin 16, Trenton Cronk 2, Logan Rohrscheib 38, Ben Sokup 6, Michael Wackwitz 6, Matt McCann 8. Record: 20-2.
COLUMBUS CATHOLIC (59): Jared Mandel 2, Billy Young 3, Matthias Gouin 2, Peyton Nystrom 0, Nick Malovrh 11, Evan Nikolai 6, Hunter Schultz 17, Mathias Olson 3, Noah Hansen 0, Tyler Fuerlinger 12, Brett Loveland 0, Charles Payant 3. Record: 19-3.