Green Bay East
It wasn’t Ryan Sweeney’s best game of his career but arguably his most important for the Green Bay East boys’ basketball team.
A little under two weeks ago, the Green Bay East boys’ basketball team sat with a 13-2 record, but then came a three-game losing streak.
Ryan Sweeney is a guard on the Green Bay East boys’ basketball team, which is currently 13-2 on the season, averaging more than 20 points per game.
With his starters having an off-night shooting, Seymour boys’ basketball coach Bobby Kuchta went to his bench for a spark.
Ryan Sweeney scored 33 points as Green Bay East defeated Green Bay Southwest 80-69 in a nonconference boys’ basketball game Jan. 24.
West De Pere might only be one-third of the way through its Bay Conference boys’ basketball schedule, but it has a stranglehold on first place.
If you thought the Green Bay East boys’ basketball team would be a middle- or bottom-of-the-pack team in the Bay Conference, you might want to rethink.
The Green Bay East Red Devils boys’ basketball team is coming off a six-win season where it lost three games by five points or less.
The Green Bay East boys’ basketball team scored 84 and 85 points, respectively, in the first two games of the season and were rolling offensively.