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WDP outlasts NDA in double overtime

By Jordon LawrenzCONTRIBUTING WRITERPULASKI – It took 44 minutes of play, but the West De Pere boys’ basketball team punched its ticket to a sectional final.The No. 1-seeded Phantoms took down No. 2-seeded Notre Dame Academy in a double-overtime thriller, 65-62, at Pulaski High School.Thursday night’s Division 2 sectional semifinal featured a battle of Bay …

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West De Pere falls at state-ranked Little Chute

By Janelle FisherCONTRIBUTING WRITERLITTLE CHUTE – Undermanned, the West De Pere boys’ basketball team went on the road and couldn’t quite pull off an upset victory on Friday night.Missing two of its starters — top scorer Ethan Heck and sophomore Easton Deschane — the Phantoms had the tall task of taking on one-loss Little Chute.West …

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Nicolet National Bank Senior Spotlight: Ethan Heck, West De Pere basketball, baseball and golf

By William Soquet Contributing Writer Name: Ethan Heck Parents: Rick and Angie Heck Activities: Basketball, baseball and golf Twitter: @ethanheck12 Ethan is seemingly everywhere for the Phantoms. He is averaging just under 19 points per game on the basketball court, and was a member of the varsity golf team in 2021 and ’22. Additionally, he …

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Five West De Pere athletes sign college letters of intent

By Greg BatesSPORTS EDITORDE PERE – Five West De Pere student-athletes had their college dreams come true on Nov. 9.Seniors Ethan Heck, Benjamin Hencke, Noah Jahnke and Eliza Aitken all signed national letters of intent to compete at the next level during a group ceremony at West De Pere High School. Havanah Brockington had her …

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Phantoms hang on down the stretch to beat Seymour

By Greg Bates Correspondent SEYMOUR – With eight regular-season games remaining on its schedule, the West De Pere Phantoms boys’ basketball team learned a valuable lesson Thursday. It can’t build a double-digit, second-half lead and expect to cruise to a victory. The Phantoms led by as many as 18 points and held an 11-point edge …

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