GOOSE LAKE — The No. 3 team in Class 2A is no longer undefeated.

Dawson Stoll tallied a game-high 20 points to lead Northeast to a 58-50 victory Tuesday against Cascade, which entered the game 20-0.

The Rebels, mired in a a 1-4 stretch during the last five games, broke open a four-point game heading into the fourth quarter, with a 6-1 run to start the fourth quarter.

Lucas Empen totaled 14 points for Northeast, which is now 17-5 overall and 13-4 in the conference. Collin Swanton and Braeden Hoyer chipped in nine points apiece.

Surge propels Easton Valley

MILES — Easton Valley used a 17-8 third-quarter edge Tuesday to defeat Prince of Peace 67-55.

The River Hawks held a 32-28 halftime lead, before holding Prince of Peace to four points in the final six minutes of the third quarter.

Nate Trenkamp tallied a team-high 14 points for the River Hawks, who had four players score in double-figures. Cooper Kunde tallied 11, while Logan Miller had 12 and Cam Wilhelm scored 13 points.

Patrick Mulholland led the Irish in scoring with 14 points. He was the lone player in double-figures for the Irish. Michael Matthew and Kaidion Larson had nine points, and Nathan Moeller added eight points.

The Irish finished the regular season at 8-13 overall, while Easton Valley improved to 17-5.

Banowetz leads Marquette

MIDLAND — Blayne Banowetz tallied 14 first-half points to push Bellevue Marquette past Wyoming Midland 70-48 on Tuesday in the regular season finale.

Banowetz finished with a team-high 18 points.

Bellevue Marquette was able to break open a close game with a 10-2 run to open the second quarter. The Mohawks closed the second quarter on a 9-2 run to lead at halftime 41-23.

Nate Brinker chipped in 12 points, while Ethan Pfiffner and Jeb Schwager added 10 points apiece.

Midland was led by Brit Martens’ 19 points.

The win improved Marquette to 10-11, while Midland dropped to 2-20.

Bellevue drops halftime lead

MONTICELLO — Bellevue saw a halftime lead disappear during a 63-58 loss Tuesday against Monticello.

Trey Daugherty led Bellevue with 20 points, while Cade Daugherty garnered 10 points, along with Paxton Felderman.

Bellevue finished the season at 9-13 overall.

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