Greg Galloway

Posted On: 12/19/20 6:44 PM

Which guards showed out in an entertaining week of high school basketball?

Charlie Wolfgram - Neenah - 2021: His fingerprints were everywhere on Tuesday night. The Neenah guard hit two threes in the first half and played with poise when finishing in the lane. Wolfgram controlled the defensive end, too, covering passing lanes and grabbing boards. Finished with 18 points.

Parker LawrenceParkerLawrence5'11" | PGHortonville | 2021StateWI - Hortonville - 2021: Big year for Lawrence statistically. He didn’t post his typical numbers on Tuesday but was still a handful for Neenah’s defense. He’s a quick, electric player, and he sparked momentum in transition and made sharp moves when he found openings. Also, hit a few impressive looks from outside.

TJ Payne - Hortonville - 2021: A tough, aggressive guard that shined in transition. Made the right play on every fastbreak, whether it was dishing to a teammate or finishing through contact.

Tanner ReschTannerResch5'11" | PGSussex Hamilton | 2021StateWI - Sussex Hamilton - 2021: Resch is asserting himself as one of the better seniors in the state this season. He dropped 49 points on Tuesday, a school record, which follows a slew of big games in his previous weeks. Resch is a high-motor player, ultra-skilled in the

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