Falcons comeback to defeat South Shore

The Flambeau Falcons got a taste of what it’s like to play in the morning this past Saturday as the hosted South Shore in what was a must win for the Falcons as seeding implications were at stake as the WIAA play-offs are right around the corner.

In the first half the Falcons looked to struggle a bit with the quick ball movement of South Shore as they were knocking down every open looked in the first half. At one point the Falcons were down as mush as 15 points, but were able to bring it back with in five as they trailed 26-21 heading into the locker room at halftime.

Ethan Martin was the leading scorer in the first half with 11 points as Payton Wiemer had six as the Falcons made some great half time adjustments as they started the second half off strong and never looked back.

Whatever head coach, Jeff Podgornik said at halftime must have worked as the Falcons came out strong and picked up the intensity as they went on to out score South Shore 36-16 as they went on to a 57-42 victory at home.

Martin lead the way in scoring with 24 points as Wiemer finish with 14 points. Alex Brost had a break out performance as the senior stepped up to finish with 13 points to help lead the Falcons to the non-conference victory at home.

The Falcons are currently 9-4 overall and 7-0 in conference play as they get set to finish out the remainder of their regular season schedule as they host Bruce this Thursday, Winter on Friday for the annual Cancer Benefit in Tony and then host Phillips Monday in non-conference action.

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