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Chris Lopez   (Class of 2020)           6' 2"          Guard           Greenfield


Chris joins the FLASH program in 2018 as a sophomore. A multiple sport athlete at Greenfield High School, Chris plays basketball, football and baseball and as a sophomore at Greenfield, he was moved up to the varsity level. A very smart all-around player, Chris is an excellent perimeter shooter which will help to address an area of need with FLASH and will be counted on to have an excellent season.Chris, new to FLASH in 2018, had a very good season in his 1st year with the team. He was 3rd on the team in points scored with 216 and averaged 9.4 points per game while hitting 27 "3's"--4th on the team. He began to take the ball to the basket with authority and really developed his game while also being 2nd on the team in assists with 56 and averaged 2.4 assists per game. On the defensive end of the floor, Chris was a very aggressive defender who helped to disrupt the opponent's offense and helped to get FLASH into their transition game. Chris had an excellent season for FLASH in 2019 as he continued to improve his game from the very solid season that he had for FLASH as a sophomore in 2018. As a junior, Chris was 2nd on the team in points scored with 337 and was one of 4 players to average in double figures (a FLASH record) with 11.2 points per game. He was 3rd on the team in in made "3's" with 45. Chris did a tremendous job playing the point guard role on many occasions throughout the season and finished the season with 90 assists. A very aggressive player on both ends of the floor, Chris was a major reason for the success of the team and as a result, was named to the All-FLASH team in 2019.

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Tyler Arthur  (Class of 2020)      6' 1"       Wing       Muskego


Tyler is a dual sport athlete at Muskego High School where he plays both football and basketball. A very natural athlete, Tyler is an aggressive player on both ends of the basketball court and be a real difference maker. He will bring that aggressive style to FLASH and will be an excellent addition to the roster as he joins FLASH as a sophomore. His sophomore season at Whitnall was disrupted by a badly sprained ankle which left him unable to play for several weeks. He was a solid contributor on the JV level for the Falcons.Tyler brought an aggression to the FLASH lineup as a sophomore in 2018 and was both a starter and 1st reserve off the bench. His physical style was a nice compliment to a team that lacked size.After transferring from Whitnall to Muskego for his junior season, Tyler returns to FLASH as a junior after a varsity season in which he played a reserve role for the Warriors. At 6'1", Tyler plays much bigger than his size due to his athleticism and aggressiveness. He will be counted on to be a big contributor with FLASH as a junior. As a junior for FLASH in 2019, Tyler both came off the bench and also started games. In either role, he continually gave FLASH an aggressive effort and a level of physicality that was very necessary to the success of the team. 











Cruz Bernal  (Class of 2020)     5' 11"         Guard     Oak Creek


Cruz joins FLASH for the 1st time in 2019 as a dual sport athlete from Oak Creek where he plays both basketball and baseball for the Knights. Cruz was a reserve guard for Oak Creek during the 2018-2019 season but brings a "pass-first" mentality to FLASH which will benefit everyone around him. A good perimeter shooter and aggressive defender, Cruz should certainly be a difference-maker with FLASH. Cruz earned himself a starting spot early in the season by playing a very team-oriented style of point guard which helped create opportunities for his teammates. Unfortunately, he suffered an ankle in jury which kept him out of action for nearly 2 months. He was able to fight his way back to play in the final tournament of the season but it would have been interesting to see what he might have all accomplished had he been able to stay healthy and play the whole season.























Bennett Hoppe  (Class of 2020)   5' 10"    Guard           Greenfield


Bennett, who is new to FLASH in 2019, is a "basketball-only" athlete from Greenfield High School where he was a reserve guard for the Hawks. A very good perimeter shooter, he will fit in well with FLASH on a team that shoots the "3" extremely well. More than just a shooter, Bennett will bring a solid all-around game to his new team.  Bennett had a solid season off the bench for FLASH in 2019 as he continually gained confidence over the course of the season. By the final stretch of the season, Bennett had become a confident player who "knocked" down a number of big shots late in games to help FLASH to pull out some close games.















Zach Hietpas    (Class of 2020)          6' 1"    Wing              New Berlin Eisenhower


Zach joins FLASH in 2018 as a dual sport athlete from New Berlin Eisenhower where he plays both basketball and soccer. As a sophomore for the Lions, Zach started at the JV level and had an excellent season where he was able to showcase his all-around game. He had a season high 23 points in a game in February and in that game also dished out 6 assists. Zach will play a key role for FLASH as a sophomore.  Zach, who was new to FLASH in 2018, was forced to play out of position as an undersized "4" due to the lack of size on the team. He did an excellent job of helping to stretch the opponent's defense with his 3 point shooting (3rd on the team with 30) and overall athleticism. Zach was also 5th on the team in points scored with 180. As a junior at New Berlin Eisenhower, Zach continued where he left off during the FLASH season as a very confident offensive player. Although only his 1st year playing at the varsity level, he led the Lions in scoring as a junior with 337 points and averaged 15.2 points per game. He scored 20 or more points 7 times (with a career high 26 three times) and had a stretch in the 2nd half of the season where he scored 20+ in 4 consecutive games.. Zach was a serious threat from distance as he hit a team-high 56 "3's". He will bring his confidence and success back to FLASH as a junior in 2019. Zach continued to have success as a junior for FLASH in 2019 as he was one of 4 players to average in double-figures (a new FLASH record) with 11.8 points per game and scored 295 points. He led the team in made "3's" with 56 as this FLASH team became only the 3rd team in FLASH history to hit more than 200 "3's" (222) in a season. As a result of his success, Zach was named to the All-FLASH team in 2019.
















Mason Quartana  (Class of 2020)  5' 10"    Guard                  New Berlin Eisenhower

Mason is a dual sport athlete for New Berlin Eisenhower where he plays both basketball and football for the Lions. As a basketball player, he has the ability to play either guard spot and will have that opportunity with FLASH as both a point guard and a very good perimeter shooting "2" guard. Mason sees the floor well and does a very good job of moving the ball and involving his teammates. A very smart player, he also does a very solid job on the defensive end of the floor and will be a nice addition to the FLASH roster. As a freshman with FLASH, Mason did a nice job of adjusting to the role of being the 1st perimeter player off the bench and wound up being the 6th leading scorer on the team. A very good "3 point" shooter, he was 2nd on the team in made "3's" with 29 and 3rd on the team in assists with 39. He should have a nice season at New Berlin Eisenhower as a sophomore.Mason played at the JV level as a sophomore for New Berlin Eisenhower and on a team that shot the "3" early and often, Mason was one of the team's best from distance. He will be counted on to give FLASH that "3 point" threat. Mason continued to be a perimeter threat for FLASH as a sophomore in 2018 as he hit 25 "3's"--5th on the team. However, he also advanced his game by taking the ball to the basket and becoming a much more aggressive defender and had a very solid season for FLASH. As a junior for the Lions, Mason was a reserve guard on a team that had several very productive perimeter players. Mason will bring his "heads-up" game and long-range shooting back to FLASH in 2019. Mason had another nice season fro FLASH in 2019 as he continued to improve his all-around game as a reserve guard through most of the season before becoming a starter late in the season.For the 3rd consecutive season, Mason "knocked down" 20+ "3's" in a season with 23 as he continued to be a reliable perimeter threat.






Joey Immekus  (Class of 2020)    6' 2"       Wing               Greendale Martin Luther

Joey, a dual sport athlete, plays both basketball and golf at Greendale Martin Luther. As a basketball player, Joey played mostly in the post for the Spartan's freshman team but also has the ability to move out and knock down shots on the perimeter. This flexibility was something that Joey displayed all season as a freshman where he played for both the freshman and JV teams at Martin Luther. A hustler on both ends of the floor, Joey is an excellent rebounder who is also very productive as a scorer on offense and a very capable defender. He had a season-high 23 points for the Spartans and also had an amazing season-high 9 steals in a game as a freshman. Joe will be able to use his multiple talents and will be an excellent addition to the FLASH roster. In his 1st season with FLASH, Joey had an outstanding season as an all-around player. He became the 1st player in 13 years/20 seasons of FLASH basketball to lead his team in every statistical category that we keep track of--287 points, 10.3 points per game, 86 assists, 3.1 assists per game, 32 "3's" and 72% from the FT line.  He also became the 1st non-point guard in FLASH history to lead his team in assists and was also one of the better rebounders and defenders on the team. He had a season-high 26 points in a game in June and plays with a "non-stop" motor that made him very productive on both ends of the floor. As a result of his outstanding play, Joey became only the 3rd freshman in FLASH history to be named to the "All-FLASH" team.He should have a very productive year at Martin Luther as a sophomore.Joey began the 2017-18 season on the JV level for Martin Luther and had an outstanding start to the season as Joey continued his all-around play. Just as he did with FLASH as a freshman, Joey was a "stat-stuffer" who stood out in a number of ways. In December, he was moved up to the varsity level on a team that had State Championship aspirations and had to adjust to playing a more limited role off the bench. Joey will be expected to have a huge year for FLASH in 2018.After an outstanding freshmen season for FLASH in 2017 where he became the 1st FLASH player ever to lead his team in every statistical category, he repeated the accomplishment in 2018 as a sophomore but with much larger numbers as he scored 485 points (3rd most in FLASH single season history), averaged 18.7 points per game (most ever by a FLASH player), hit 53 "3's" (only the 5th player in FLASH history with 50 or more in a season), dished out 81 assists, averaged 3.1 assists per game, hit 63 FT's, shot 82% from the FT line( 3rd highest in FLASH history) and had a season high 39 point game--2nd highest in FLASH history. He became the 5th leading scorer in FLASH career history with 772 points and made his way into the top 10 in virtually every statistical career category.Joey had a brilliant 2018 season for FLASH. As a junior for Martin Luther during the 2018-2019 season, Joey had an outstanding season as he started at guard all season and helped lead the Spartans to the 1st State Championship in school history by averaging almost 11 points per game, scoring 303 points and hitting a remarkable 82 "3's". Joey had a career high of 27 points in a game and in that game broke the school record for "3's" in a game with 9. Joey led all D-3 players in the State in "3 point" shooting as he shot over 52% from distance. He will be counted on in a BIG way with FLASH in 2019. Once again, Joey had an outstanding season for FLASH as a junior in 2019 despite missing almost 2 months with a broken foot at mid-season. Joey finished the season as one of 4 FLASH players to average in double figures and led the way with 14.2 points per game. His 326 points moved his career total to 1,098 points to become only the 2nd player in FLASH history to score 1,000+ points in a FLASH career. He also led FLASH in assists in 2019 with 92 to bring his career total to 262 (7th most in FLASH history and most of any non-point guard). He also hit 48 "3's" (2nd most on the team) to bring his career total to 133 (4th most in FLASH history). Joey also scored in double figures 54 times in his FLASH career (2nd most in FLASH history). Joey was an outstanding player who put up big number but always within a team context.







Ben Lapp  (Class of 2020)     6' 5"    Post                  New Berlin Eisenhower


Ben joins FLASH for the 1st time in 2019 and will bring a legitimate post game to a team that has been carried by its perimeter game. An excellent rebounder on both ends of the floor, Ben was also the 3rd leading scorer for the Lions as he averaged double digits. Joining a FLASH team with no shortage of scorers, Ben will certainly be able to add to the offensive output but it will be his post presence on both ends of the floor which will be the biggest addition to FLASH in 2019.Ben was definitely what this team needed as he gave FLASH the post game on both ends of the floor that they had lacked for the previous 2 years. Ben led FLASH in points scored with 390 and averaged 13 points per game (one of 4 players to average in double figures for the 1st time in FLASH history). As important as his scoring was for FLASH his rebounding on both ends of the floor and his defensive presence may have been even more important. As a result of his outstanding work, Ben was named to the All-FLASH team in 2019.



 







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