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Feb. 19, 2007


Guard Ryan Thompson (Jr., Viroqua, Wis.) was the team's top player in an 80-63 loss at La Crosse. Thompson, 6-0, 190 pounds, led the Falcons with 22 points. He was 8-11 from the field, including 6-9 from behind the arc. He had three rebounds, one assist and one steal in 35 minutes of action. Thompson averages 13 points and 2.4 rebounds a game. He is second on the team in assists (76) and is tied for the team lead in steals (26).

Ryan Thompson
Ryan Thompson


Feb. 12, 2007

Forward Nate Robertson (Fr., Forest Lake, Minn.) had two fine games for the Falcons as the team beat Eau Claire, 68-66 and lost to Whitewater, 93-72. The 6-7, 220 pounder led the Falcons with 26 points, six rebounds and three blocks against Whitewater. The 26 points tied a season and career high. In the two games he was 15-25 (.600) from the field and 7-10 (.700) from the line for 37 points. He had 11 rebounds, four blocks and two steals in 61 minutes of action. "Nate had a solid game in our win over Eau Claire and played one of his best games of the season with his 26 point effort in our loss against Whitewater," said Falcon Coach Jeff Berkhof. Robertson leads the team in scoring (14.7), rebounding (7.0) and blocked shots (40).

Nathan Robertson
Nate Robertson


Feb. 5, 2007

Guard Jontae Koonkaew (Fr., Apple Valley, Minn.) was one of the team's top players in WIAC games against Stout and Platteville last week. He led the Falcons in scoring with 23 points in an 84-78 overtime loss at Stout. He also led the team with four assists. In the two games he was 12-29 (.413) from the field, including 4-12 (.333) from behind the arc. He was 5-7 (.714) from the line. He had 11 rebounds, seven assists and one steal in 66 minutes of playing time. He is currently averaging 14 points and 3.5 rebounds a game. He leads the team in steals (24) and is second in assists (68).

Jontae Koonkaew
Jontae Koonkaew


Jan. 29, 2007

Forward Nate Robertson (Fr., Forest Lake, Minn.) played two solid games for the Falcons in the team's 76-68 win over Superior and a 90-67 loss to Oshkosh. Robertson, 6-7, 220 pounds, led the Falcons with 21 points and three blocks at Oshkosh. In the two games he was 15-28 (.535) from the field and 9-13 (.692) from the line. He scored 39 points, had 10 rebounds, two assists, four blocks and three steals in 64 minutes of playing time. Robertson leads the Falcons averaging 14.4 points and 6.9 rebounds a game.

Nathan Robertson
Nate Robertson


Jan. 22, 2007

Forward Courtney Davis (Jr., Milwaukee, Wis. King HS) played two solid games for the Falcons in an 81-72 win over La Crosse and a 106-61 loss to No. 1 ranked Stevens Point. In the win over La Crosse, the 6-2, 200 pounder scored 16 of the team's first 18 points. He started the game 7-7 from the field. In the two games he was 14-24 (.583) from the field, including 2-2 from behind the arc. He was 3-4 at the line for 33 points. He led the Falcons with nine rebounds at Stevens Point, and finished with 12 in the two games. He had one assist and two steals in 44 minutes of action.

Courtney Davis
Courtney Davis


Jan. 15, 2007

Guard Ryan Thompson (Jr., Viroqua, Wis.) helped the Falcons to one win in two games last week. He led the Falcons with 15 points in a 69-66 loss to No. 10 ranked Oshkosh on Saturday at the Karges Center. He was 6-11 from the field, including a near perfect 3-4 from behind the arc. He also had four assists to lead the Falcons. In the two games he was 11-22 (.500) from the field, including 7-12 (.583) from three-point range. He had six rebounds, 29 points, five assists and one steal in 69 minutes of playing time. "Ryan had a great week shooting the ball," said Falcon Coach Jeff Berkhof. "He hit some key shots down the stretch that helped us beat Stout." Thompson, 6-0, 190 pounds, is second on the team averaging 14.1 points a game. He averages 2.2 rebounds and leads the Falcons with 54 assists.

Ryan Thompson
Ryan Thompson


Jan. 8, 2007

Forward Courtney Davis (Jr., Milwaukee, Wis. King HS) was one of the team's top players in UWRF's two games last week. The Falcons beat Finlandia, 93-54, but lost at Whitewater in a WIAC game, 92-86 in overtime. Davis, 6-2, 200 pounds, tied for the team lead with 19 points at Whitewater. He led the Falcons with seven rebounds. In the two games he shot 13-22 (.590) from the field, including 204 from behind the arc. He was 3-4 at the line. Davis had 13 rebounds, scored 27 points, had two assists and two steals in 41 minutes of action. "Courtney had his best game as a Falcon at Whitewater," said Falcon Coach Jeff Berkhof.

Courtney Davis
Courtney Davis


Jan. 2, 2007

Guard Jesse Elling (Jr., River Falls, Wis.) came off the bench and played two fine games for the Falcons in the CHS Cooperatives Holiday Tournament last weekend at the Karges Center. In the team's 110-66 win over North Central he scored a career-high 14 points. Against No. 4 ranked St. Thomas he scored seven points and played outstanding defense. "Jesse gave us a nice spark againt North Central, scoring 14 points and then against St. Thomas he did an outstanding job defensively against St. Thomas' great outside shooter Bryan Schnettler. "In the two games he was 7-10 from the field, including 3-5 from three-point range. He was 4-4 from the line and scored 21 points. He had four rebounds and one block in 37 minutes of playing time. He is averaging 3.1 points and one rebound per game.

Jesse Elling
Jesse Elling


Dec. 18, 2006

Guard Ryan Thompson (Jr., Viroqua, Wis.) had three strong games for the Falcons as they finished 2-1 during the week. The Falcons beat Bethany Lutheran (96-74) and Crown (97-57) and lost to Con.St. Paul (105-72). He shot 15-25 (.600) from the field, including 10-16 (.625) from three-point range and 3-4 (.750) from the line. He scored 43 points and led the Falcons with 18 points in the team's win over Crown. He had four rebound, seven assists and five steals. He led the team with four assists against Con.-St. Paul. He had only three turnovers and played 79 minutes.

Ryan Thompson
Ryan Thompson


Dec. 4, 2006

Forward Courtney Davis (Jr., Milwaukee, Wis.) had two solid games for the Falcons in a 90-65 win over Superior and an 81-73 loss to Stevens Point. Davis, 6-2, 200 pounds, was 14-23 (.608) from the field, including 4-9 (.444) from three-point range. He was 7-9 (.777) from the line. At Superior he led the Falcons with a career-high 25 points and four steals. He led the Falcons with eight rebounds against Stevens Point. He finished with 39 points, 15 rebounds, three assists and six steals in 55 minutes of playing time. "Courtney had a great game at Superior and came back with another good effort against Stevens Point," Falcon Coach Jeff Berkhof said.

Courtney Davis
Courtney Davis


Nov. 27, 2006

Forward Nate Robertson (Fr., Forest Lake, Minn.) was one of the top players on the court in the Falcons 87-73 loss to Macalester on Saturday night at the Karges Center. Robertson, 6-7, 220 pounds, scored a career-high 26 points and grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds in the game. He was 11-18 from the field and 4-8 from the line. He had one assist, a team-high four steals and a team-high two blocks in the game.

Nathan Robertson
Nate Robertson


Nov. 20, 2006

Guard Ryan Thompson (Jr. Viroqua, Wis.) played well in the team's opening games at the Bethel Tip-Off Tournament. He shot 8-21 (.380) from the field, including 4-14 (.285) from three-point range. He was 14-20 (.700) from the line and finished 12-16 at the line in the team's 99-91 win over William Penn. He scored 34 points, had six rebounds, four assists and two steals. He had only three turnovers in 62 minutes of playing time. "He was key in our victory over William Penn, making important free throws down the stretch," said Falcon Coach Jeff Berkhof.

Ryan Thompson
Ryan Thompson




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