Boys Basketball celebrates senior night

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Boys Basketball celebrates senior night

Cola Nau ('19) drives to the basket against Marquette University. he has committed to Hillsdale College to further pursue his basketball career.

Cola Nau ('19) drives to the basket against Marquette University. he has committed to Hillsdale College to further pursue his basketball career.

Alan Herzberg

Cola Nau ('19) drives to the basket against Marquette University. he has committed to Hillsdale College to further pursue his basketball career.

Alan Herzberg

Alan Herzberg

Cola Nau ('19) drives to the basket against Marquette University. he has committed to Hillsdale College to further pursue his basketball career.

Rajat Mittal, Sports Editor

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The Brookfield Central Boys Basketball team have had a very successful season and finished the regular season with an 18-4 record with their win against Germantown on Friday, February 15. Despite the snow day on February 12, the team celebrated their ten seniors: Michael Stocke, Jack Cooney, Michael Osman, Ryan McDermid, Cole Nau, Gage Malensek, Drew Leszczynski, Connor Kolb, Connor Shady, and Tallulah Nummerdor. Cooney reflected upon the support that they received that night, “The student section was in full force and it was awesome to see so much support for the seniors.” He also went on to say, “Marquette was an important game for us because we wanted the best seed possible in the playoffs.”

The Lancers ended up beating Marquette 79-55 and secured the #2 seed. The team moved on to playoffs for a chance to compete at state, achieving the title of regional champions at their second game. Osman looked back on the season fondly: “It’s been a great season so far as a team with lots of great memories, and hopefully we are able to continue our season and make it to state.”