OSHKOSH – Megan Kaminski is a multisport athlete at Oshkosh West who is a leader for the Wildcats’ youthful girls basketball team. She is third on the team in scoring and one of the leading rebounders and has been a leading force in helping the Wildcats develop and improve this season. “We’re definitely trying to listen to everything coach says and make sure we apply everything she says,” Kaminski said.
STEVENS POINT - Drew Blair has undergone a basketball metamorphosis in his three seasons at Stevens Point Area Senior High. When he transferred to SPASH from Waterford prior to his sophomore season, Blair primarily came off the bench to provide a 3-point scoring threat when needed. The 6-foot-3 guard served as the perfect complement to Joey Hauser in a run to the program's third straight WIAA Division 1 state championship. He was the yang to Hauser's yin.
Here are the top five boys and girls basketball teams in the area:1. Oshkosh North (11-0): The Spartans face one of their toughest weeks with road games at Kaukauna and Appleton West. 2. Oshkosh West (6-3): The Wildcats got back on the winning track against Appleton East last week and will look to get on a roll against Fond du Lac and Neenah. 3. Ripon (7-4): The Tigers have rebounded from an 0-2 start but face the ECC’s best the next two games in Kettle Moraine Lutheran and Waupun. 4.
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