Waukesha South's Stremick Wins Boys 3-Point Challenge

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Saturday, March 19, 2016

Waukesha South's Stremick Wins Boys 3-Point Challenge

Keaton Stremick, a junior from Waukesha South, won the second year of the boys’ 3-Point Challenge held Saturday at the Kohl Center in conjunction with the 2016 State Boys Basketball Tournament.

Stremick was one of 10 participants in the contest. He scored 19 points in the final round to win the contest. Adam Cherek of Iola-Scandinavia and Henry Noone of Lourdes Academy were tied for second with 18 points in the final round.

Stremick scored 17 points to advance to the semifinals from the opening round and scored 21 in the semifinals. Cherek opened with 19 points and followed with 24 in the semifinals. Noone advanced to the semifinals with 21 points in the opening round and tied Cherek in the semifinals to move onto the finals. Points do not carry over from the previous rounds. Jordan Johnson of Cedarburg also advanced to the semifinals with 16 points in the opening round.

Other participants were Terrence Lewis of Milwaukee Riverside, Cody Birr of Pulaski, Carter Voelker of Kiel, Ethan Anderson of Black River Falls, Quinn Cushman of Belmont and Luke Reader of Bangor. 

The top two players per division were selected for the contest based on the best 3-point field goal percentage with a minimum of 75 attempts during the regular season.


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