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2015--FLASH started over with 2 brand new teams in 2015--a new sophomore team and a new freshman team.

--Sophomores--Record-17-18--Highlights--Champions/Hoops for a Cause (Stoughton), 2nd Place/Racine (NAYS), 2nd Place/ Waukesha (NAYS). The FLASH sophomores were completely dominated statistically by 4 players in 2015--Drew Yetka, Matt Kasar, Joey Zietlow and Collin Basgall. Yetka scored 428 points (3rd player in FLASH history with 400+ points in a season), averaged 14.3 points per game and hit 95 FT's (3rd most in FLASH history). Kasar became only the 2nd player in FLASH history to score more than 200 points (233) and dish out 150+ assists (163) in a season and also led the team in "3's" with 47 while recording 3 point/assist "double-doubles" with games of 11 points/11 assists, 11 points/11 assists and 10 points/10 assists. Zietlow scored 304 points and recorded 70 assists while Basgall scored 281 points, dished out 73 assists and hit 44 "3's". As a result of their statistical accomplishments, all 4 were named to the All-FLASH team in 2015.

--Freshmen--Record-17-11--Highlights--Champions/Justagame Classic (WI Dells), Champions/Racine (NAYS), 2nd Place/Sheboygan South (NAYS). The new FLASH freshman team in 2015 had a very balanced attack all season. They were led in scoring by Joey Schultz (246 points) and in assists by Will Kegel (88) and "3's" by Max Magyar (36).


2016--Sophomores--Record-30-6--Highlights--Champions/Waukesha (NAYS), Champions/Waukesha (NAYS), Champions/Racine (NAYS), Champions/Blizzard Battle (Appleton). Returning most of their roster from the previous year, FLASH added Vlado Zrnic to the team and together, they recorded the most wins in a season in FLASH history (30) and also put together the longest winning streak of any FLASH team (16). They also set a new record for "3's"in a season with 197 and fell only 3 assists short of tying the assist record with 481. Zrnic became only the 4th player in FLASH history to score 400+ points in a season (438) and averaged 15.1 points per game. Max Magyar scored 296 points and hit a team-high 49 "3's" while Will Kegel scored 213 points and dished out 117 assists. Zrnic was named to the All-FLASH team for his efforts in 2016.

--Freshmen--Record-22-8--Highlights--Champions/Justagame Classic (WI Dells), 2nd Place/Waukesha West (NAYS), 2nd Place/Waukesha (NAYS), 2nd Place/Summer Slam (Stoughton). The new freshman team in 2016 put together a very impressive season and won more games than any freshman team in FLASH history (22) while breaking FLASH team records for assists per game (13.9) and defensively for fewest points allowed per game (39.9). The team was led by point guard Wes Kwapick, who scored 352 points and dished out 104 assists while also breaking the FLASH record for "3's" in a season with 62. Along with teammate Brandon Wikel, who had 101 assists, they became only the 2nd tandem ever for FLASH to each record over 100 assists in the same season. Wikel was also the 2nd leading scorer with 222 points. Kwapick was named to the All-FLASH team as a result of his outstanding season.


2017-Juniors--Record-18-11--Highlights--Champions/Spring Kickoff (North Chicago, IL), 2nd Place/Racine (NAYS), 2nd Place/Jimmy V Classic (WI Dells). The juniors, despite the loss of 2 starters, played great team basketball all season and had a very balanced scoring attack that was led by Will Kegel (365 points). Kegel also led the team in assists with 129. His 3 year career totals for FLASH moved him into 5th place on the all-time scoring list and 2nd place on the all-time assist list. Kegel was named to the All-FLASH team in 2017.

--Sophomores--Record-24-11--Highlights-Champions/Midwest Spring Challenge (North Chicago, IL), Champions/East Troy (NAYS), 2nd Place/Racine (NAYS), Final Four/NAYS National Tournament (Bolingbrook, IL). The FLASH sophomores had an outstanding season in 2017 with the return of their roster from 2016 and the addition of Zach Lewkowski of South Milwaukee. As a team, they broke FLASH records for assists in a season (507-1st FLASH team ever to reach the 500 mark), assists per game (14.5), "3's" in a season (283-to destroy the old record of 197 and become the 1st FLASH team with more than 200 in a season), 3's per game (8.1) and "3's" in a game (15). Individually, Lewkowski led the team in scoring and became only the 5th FLASH player to ever score 400+ points in a season (446) and of that group, became the 1st to ever record over 100 assists (124) in the same season. He averaged 13.9 points and 3.9 assists per game and destroyed the record for "3's" in a season with an amazing 88 to become the 1st FLASH player to ever reach 400+ points, 100+ assists and 80+ "3's" in the same season. He also broke the single game record for "3's" with 8 and became the 1st non-point guard for FLASH to ever record a point/assist "double-double" with 18 points and 10 assists in a game in April. He later recorded his 2nd point/assist "double-double" with a 25 point/10 assist game in July. His 36 point game in April was the 2nd highest single game point total in FLASH history and as a result of his accomplishments, Lewkowski was named to the All-FLASH team in 2017. Wes Kwapick had another outstanding season as well with 348 points and 132 assists and along with Lewkowski, became the 1st set of teammates for FLASH to record a point/assist "double-double" in the same season as Kwapick also had two--15 points/10 assists and 10 points/11 assists. They also became the 3rd tandem to each record 100+ assists in a season. Kwapick also hit 76 "3's" in 2017. Austin Malkowski had an excellent season as well as he scored 234 points and hit 48 "3's" which meant that Lewkowski, Kwapick and Malkowski combined for 212 "3's" which would have broken the old record of 197. No FLASH team had ever recorded 200 "3's" in a season. At a game in Bolingbrook at the National Tournament, both Lewkowski and Kwapick recorded 10 assists each to mark only the 2nd time in FLASH history that teammates each had double-figure assists in the same game. Lewkowski and Kwapick were both selected to play in the All-Star Game at the National Summer Classic in Waukegan, IL in August.

--Freshmen--Record-15-15--Highlights--Champions/June Jam (Stoughton), Final Four/Jimmy V Classic (WI Dells). The new FLASH freshman team got off to a rocky start early in the season as the bulk of their games were played against sophomore teams. However, as the season progressed, the team improved dramatically and played their best basketball at the end of the season when they reached the Final Four of the always tough Jimmy V Classic. Individually, for the 1st time in FLASH history, one player led the team in every statistical category as Joey Immekus scored 287 points, averaged 10.3 points per game, dished out 86 assists, averaged 3.1 assists per game and hit 32 "3's". Matthew Schultz was 2nd on the team in scoring with 271 points. For his outstanding season, Immekus was named to the All-FLASH team in 2017--joining Kegel from the junior team and Lewkowski from the sophomore team.


2018-Juniors--Record-23-14--Highlights--Champions/Gym Rat State Championship, Champions/NAYS-East Troy, Champions/SEA Hoops for a Cause, Champions/NAYS-East Troy, Consolation Champions/National Summer Classic, 2nd Place/Above the Rim Shootout. The FLASH juniors became the 1st team in FLASH history to win 20 or more games in 3 consecutive seasons and their 69 wins over 3 years is the most in FLASH history. Despite multiple conflicts throughout the season where players were forced to miss games, the FLASH juniors continued their winning ways. As a team, their 269 made "3's" was 2nd only to their own record 283 in 2017 and their 483 assists were the 3rd highest in FLASH history (they hold the record of 507 set in 2017). Individually, Zach Lewkowski became only the 2nd player in FLASH history to lead his team in every statistical category that we keep track of as he scored 527 points (2nd highest single season total in FLASH history), scored 14.2 points per game (7th highest in FLASH history), scored in double figures 27 times (2nd most in FLASH history), hit 83 "3's" (2nd to only his record 88 "3's" in 2017), dished out 133 assists (5th most in FLASH history and most ever by a non-point guard for FLASH), averaged 3.6 assists per game, hit 73 FT's (7th most in FLASH history) and shot 75% from the FT line. For the 2nd consecutive year, Zach scored more than 400 points (527), dished out more than 100 assists (133) and hit more than 80 "3's" (83)--the only player in FLASH history to reach this level of statistical accomplishment. As a result of his success, he moved into 2nd place on the FLASH career scoring list with 973 points as well as 2nd place on the career "3's" list with 171 "3's". He also moved into 3rd place on the career double figure scoring list with 50 games in double figures while finishing the season in 6th place on the career assist list with 257 and in the top 10 in every career category. Point guard Wes Kwapick finished the season as the 3rd leading career scorer in FLASH history with 946 points and 1st in made "3's'" with 187. He also sits in the 2nd spot in career double figure games with 53 and the 4th spot in career assists with 301.From a "3 point" shooting perspective, there are only 4 players in FLASH history that have hit 100 or more "3's" in their career and 3 of them--Kwapick (187-1st), Lewkowski (171-2nd) and Austin Malkowski (106-4th)  are on this team. With all of the perimeter success, this team needed a post presence as well and got it from both Zach Nytsch and Hudson Hughes. Nytsch and Hughes led the team in rebounding but were also 3rd and 4th on the team in scoring in 2018. Nytsch also expanded his role by hitting 41 "3's"--3rd on the team.

--Sophomores--Record-20-8--Highlights--Champions/SEA Hoops for a Cause, Champions/Laina Bailey Shootout, Champions/NAYS-Beloit, Champions/SEA-Summer Slam, 2nd Place/Above the Rim Shootout. The FLASH sophomores added 4 new players to their roster (Chris Lopez, Tyler Arthur, Zach Hietpas and Richard Wauer) in 2018 and were a much deeper team as a result. After a 15-15 record in 2017, they improved to 20-8 in 2018 in large part due to the added depth. From a perimeter shooting standpoint, they finished their 2017 season as one of the weakest "3 point" shooting teams in FLASH history with 103 "3's". In 2018, they improved that mark to 194 "3's" and became one of the best "3 point" shooting teams in FLASH history. As a team that was comparatively small when looking at their opponents, having the ability to stretch the defense and hit "3's" from the perimeter was a huge asset as they got 25 or more "3's" from 5 different players (Joey Immekus-53, Ryan Scholfield-37, Zach Hietpas-30,Chris Lopez-27 and Mason Quartana-25). Individually, for the 2nd consecutive year, Joey Immekus led the team in every statistical category that we keep track of as he scored 485 points (4th most in FLASH history), averaged a new FLASH record 18.7 points per game, hit 53 "3's" (6th most in FLASH history), scored in double figures 22 times (6th most in FLASH history), dished out 81 assists, averaged 3.1 assists per game, shot 82% from the FT line (3rd best in FLASH history) and had a season-high 39 points in a game in July (2nd highest single game total in FLASH history). During that same weekend in July, Immekus set a FLASH record by scoring 197 points in 7 games (over 28 points per game). Following his season, Immekus has positioned himself near the top of several career categories for FLASH--5th in scoring (772), 7th in "3 point" goals (85), 6th in double figure games (36), 9th in assists (167), 3rd in FT% (78%) and 8th in FT's (104).

--Freshmen--Record-18-11--Highlights--Champions/Laina Bailey Shootout, 2nd Place/Back in the Game Shootout. The FLASH freshmen had a very good season in their 1st year ever playing together as they went 18-11 and showed continual improvement all season. As a team, they played about 1/3 of their schedule against older opponents but were competitive throughout the season. From a statistical standpoint, they had different players lead the team in different categories. Alex Brion led the team in scoring with 382 points (9th in FLASH history), averaged 13.2 points per game, scored in double figures 22 times (6th most in FLASH history) and hit 62 "3's" (4th most in FLASH history). Noah Ferguson was the team's best rebounder but also scored 319 points (17th in FLASH history), hit 70 FT's (8th in FLASH history) and scored in double figures 19 times (8th most in FLASH history). Sam Groblewski led the team in assists with 134 (the most ever by a FLASH freshman and the 4th most by any FLASH player in history) and averaged 5.2 assists per game (only the 2nd player in FLASH history to average 5 or more assists per game). He also scored 151 points and between his assists and his own scoring, Sam accounted for about 1/3 of the FLASH offense in 2018.  As a result of their accomplishments, Brion, Ferguson and Groblewski were all named to the All-FLASH team in 2018. From 2005-2017, there had only been 3 FLASH freshmen to ever be named to the All-FLASH team so to have 3 from the same team in one year is definitely noteworthy. Hunter Wohler was the team's best defender and one of the best defenders in the history of FLASH. An excellent athlete who can defend both perimeter and post players, Hunter is a "shut down" defender who also averaged almost 9 points per game. Connor Suszek and Matthew Staskunas were both consistent performers as well all season as Suszek was a significant post presence on both ends of the floor and wound up 6th on the team in points scored while Staskunas had the versatility to play both on the perimeter and in the post and play well in either role--he was 3rd on the team in points scored with 196.This group has the nucleus in place to be a very good team going forward.


2019-Juniors--Record--19-12--Highlights--Champions/NAYS-Concordia, Champions/Fireworks Shootout, Champions/The Challenge Shootout, 2nd Place/Above the Rim Shootout. The FLASH juniors had significant changes in personnel in 2019 as they welcomed 5 new players to the roster (Ben Lapp, Cruz Bernal, Bennett Hoppe, Jacob Gold and Luis Ortiz). The result was a team that played with much better chemistry and truly enjoyed playing together. For the 1st time in the 3 years that this group has played for FLASH, they had a legitimate post presence in Lapp who led the team in points scored with 390 and led the team in rebounding on both ends of the floor. Although they continued to show tremendous success on the perimeter (222 "3's" was the 3rd highest in FLASH history), they did an excellent job of utilizing the post game. Excellent chemistry and ball movement led to a FLASH record of 12 consecutive games with at least 3 players in double figure scoring and tied a FLASH record with 22 games with at least 3 players in double figures. They also tied a FLASH record with 2 games in which they had 5 players in double figures. For the 1st time in FLASH history, 4 players averaged double figure scoring for the season (Joey Immekus-14.2, Ben Lapp-13, Zach Hietpas-11.8 and Chris Lopez-11.2) and they tied a FLASH record with 3 players scoring at least 300+ points in a season (Lapp-390, Lopez-337 and Immekus-326). Immekus was forced to miss nearly 2 months with a broken foot but came back and played well the last half of the season to wind up becoming only the 2nd player in the 15 year (26 season) history of FLASH to score 1,000+ points in his FLASH career (1,098). He also is 2nd on the all-time list for double figure scoring games with 54, 4th in FLASH career history with 133 "3's" and 7th on the all-time list in assists with 262 (most of any non-point guard). 

--Sophomores--Record--19-13--Highlights--Champions/Kentucky Derby Shootout, Champions/Laina Bailey Shootout, Champions/Noah's Ark Shootout, 2nd Place/Above the Rim Shootout. The FLASH sophomores lost a couple of key people from their freshman season and added new players (Sid Blessington and Bennett Laine) to replace them. Unfortunately, FLASH had a number of injury and illness problems throughout the season as they were forced to play short-handed on a regular basis. Nowhere was that fact more obvious than in the final tournament of the season, the Noah's Ark Shootout in Wisconsin Dells where FLASH played the 1st 3 games of the tournament with only 6 players and went 2-1 in their pool to advance to the Championship bracket on Sunday. Unfortunately, they would be forced to play the final day of the tournament and season with only 5 players. Playing a 1st seed opponent who was undefeated on Saturday and blew out its opponents would be a challenge for the "Fab Five". However, by playing with tremendous heart and great chemistry, FLASH dominated the semifinal game and won easily to advance to the Championship an hour later. A hard-fought game from start to finish, FLASH again showed excellent character and team work as they won the Championship. It was a great example of what can be accomplished when a team plays outstanding team basketball and plays with great chemistry. Individually, Alex Brion led FLASH in scoring with 487 points (4th in FLASH history) and 15.7 points per game (4th in FLASH history) while also hitting 77 "3's" (3rd in FLASH history). FLASH also got solid scoring from Noah Ferguson (282 points) and Sid Blessington (201 points) and got a tremendous season from point guard Sam Groblewski as an initiator as he dished out 154 assists (4th in FLASH history). FLASH also received a very solid reboundng effort from Ferguson, Blessington, Connor Suszek and Thomas Burns. 

--Freshmen--Record--9-18--The FLASH freshmen had an unusual season as for one reason or another, they literally never had their entire team together for any tournament and were forced to adjust to constant juggling of rotations. As a result, FLASH struggled to find it's way early in the season and lost a number of winnable games. However, they did show significant strides in the 2nd half of the season and became more and more competitive and began to win games that they had been losing earlier in the season. Braden Obst led the team in points scored with 264, scoring average with 11 points per game, made "3's" with 37 and had a high game of 30 points. Ryan Bartz led the team in rebounding all season and scored 189 points (2nd on the team in scoring) and had a high game of 36 points. FLASH also got very solid point guard play from Johnny Hooper who led the team in assists with 50, scored 142 points  and was 2nd on the team in made "3's" with 21. Dylan Malkowski (3rd on the team in scoring with 146 points) brought an aggressive physicality to the team. FLASH has a nice nucleus to move forward but needs to be more productive offensively and that will be the big area to improve looking to next season.

FLASH began play in 2005 with a group of 8th graders and played in 2 tournaments and a summer league and with a couple of personnel changes in 2006, began playing strictly tournaments in the spring and summer as has been done since. In these first two formative years, there were no records or statistics kept.


2007--Record-10-14--Highlight--2nd place/Carthage College (NAYS). Now sophomores, FLASH was still adjusting to the AAU level of competition. Led by point guard Dylan Waldhuetter, FLASH was very competitive throughout the season but lost a number of close games to more established teams. Waldhuetter led the team in mutliple categories--scoring with 242 points, "3's" with 32, FT % at 81% and assists with 75. As a result, Dylan became the 1st player named to the All-FLASH team in 2007.


2008--Record-16-14--Highlights--Champions/Madison (NAYS), 2nd Place/Carthage College (NAYS). With the addition of Garrett Maloney of Marquette HS, FLASH was poised for big improvement in 2008. Unfortunately, the team was bit by the "injury bug" all season and as it turned out, Maloney had foot surgery and missed the entire season. Leading scorer Lee Becker also missed 8 games due to injury. FLASH wound up with 3 players averaging in double figures (Becker-14.1, Ryan Fliss-13.5 and Gus Henry-10.1) and set a standard for "3 point" shooting with 188 made "3's" and averaged 58.6 points per game. Fliss became the 1st player in FLASH history to score more than 300 points in a season (338) and the 1st player to hit more than 40 "3's" (42) in a season. Waldhuetter became the 1st FLASH player to ever record 100 assists in a season (101). For his efforts, Fliss joined Waldhuetter on the All-FLASH team in 2008.


2009--Record-20-2--Highlights--Champions/Pius XI (NAYS), Champions/Lake Geneva (NAYS), Champions/Carthage College (NAYS), Champions/Mt Prospect, IL (NAYS), 2nd Place/Madison (NAYS). The team, now seniors, decided to play one last season together and had an outstanding season as they went 20-2 (winning 91% of their games) and won 4 of the 6 tournaments they played in. The team got a big lift from Maloney as their 2nd leading scorer as well as an oustanding season from Becker. Becker became the 2nd player in FLASH history to score more than 300 points in a season (322) and averaged 14.6 points per game. He also set the FLASH record for FT's in a season with 101. Maloney scored 11.7 points per game and as a team, FLASH averaged 59 points per game--a new record. For his play, Becker was named to the All-FLASH team in 2009.

2010--Record-17-9--Highlights--2nd Place/Hugh Roberts Classic (WI Dells), 2nd Place/Carthage College (NAYS). FLASH had a brand new freshman team in 2010 and they played outstanding team basketball right from the start. As a team, FLASH did a great job of moving and sharing the ball and broke the FLASH record for assists in a season with 348 and for the 1st time, had two players record over 100 assists in a single season (Tom Beres-111 and Robert Holschuh-107) to become only the 2nd and 3rd players to ever reach the 100 assist mark. The result was 3 players averaging in double figures (Holschuh-12, AJ Mueller-11.9 and Ben Carpenter-10.5) Holschuh led the team in scoring with 277 points and along with his 107 assists, was named to the All-FLASH team in 2010.


2011--For the 1st time since it's inception, FLASH expanded to two teams in 2011 with the returning group, now sophomores and a brand new freshman team.

--Sophomores--Record-21-9--Highlights--Champions/Carthage College (NAYS), Champions/Summer Slam (Stoughton), 2nd Place/HLC Shootout (Ripon).The sophomores added 2 new players who made their mark in Danny Weymier and David Kucharski. As a team, FLASH had 3 players average in double figures (Weymier-12.2, Mueller-10.3 and Beres-10). They also recorded 387 assists to break their own record from 2010 and had a game in June where they recorded a FLASH record 31 assists. FLASH played great team basketball but also had their share of individual highlights. Beres became the 1st player in FLASH history to record a point/assist "double-double" with an 11 point/10 assist game in April. Kucharski led the team with a new FLASH record 46 "3's".

--Freshman--Record-18-9--Highlights--Champions/Racine (NAYS), Champions/Lakers Run N' Gun (Waukesha), 2nd Place/Carthage College (NAYS). The new freshman team showed tremendous potential right from the start by winning their 1st ever tournament together in Racine and played with a very balanced scoring attack led by Nick Klar with 250 points on the season. Point guard Nathan Schaefer led the team in assists with 92 and recorded his 1st ever point/assist "double-double"in a game in May with 13 points and 10 assists. At the tournament at Carthage College, for the 1st time ever in FLASH history, the FLASH freshman played the FLASH sophomores in the Championship Game of the tournament marking the 1st time that FLASH teams played one another.


2012--Juniors--Record-22-8--Highlights--Champions/USSSA State Tournament (WI Dells), Champions/HLC Shootout (Ripon), Champions/Blizzard Battle (Appleton), 2nd Place/Racine (NAYS). The juniors improved on their record from 2011 by a game and were led all season by Beres and Weymier. Beres had his best season for FLASH as he led the team in scoring with 333 points (only the 3rd FLASH player to score more than 300+ points) and had 115 assists. He also recorded his 2nd career point/assist "double-double" with a 16 point/10 assist game in July and in that game, Weymier also recorded 10 assists. It was the 1st time in FLASH history that teammates each recorded double-digit assists in the same game. Weymier scored 274 points and dished out 70 assists. For their efforts, both Beres and Weymier were named to the All-FLASH team in 2012.

--Sophomores--Record-19-10--Highlights--Champions/Lakers Run N' Gun (Waukesha), Champions/Summer Slam (Stoughton), 2nd Place/Carol Stream, IL (NAYS), 2nd Place/NCAA Exposure Classic (WI Dells). The sophomore team had significant personnel changes in 2012 that reaped huge rewards!! The addition of Turner Kehoe of Muskego and Quin Rowen of Marquette gave FLASH two very potent offensive scorers and Schaefer found them early and often. As a team, FLASH had 3 players average in double figures (Kehoe-a FLASH record 18.3, Rowen-10.7 and Schaefer-10). Kehoe became the 1st FLASH player ever to score 400+ points in a season (494) and also hit 41 "3's" while Rowen scored 267 points. Schaefer became the 1st FLASH player ever to score more than 200 points (240) and record over 150 assists (a new record-169) in a season. His 7.1 assists per game shattered the FLASH record. At a game in April in Racine, the "BIG 3" recorded a FLASH 1st when all three scored 20+ points in a single game as Schaefer had 27 points (and 10 assists for his 2nd career point/assist "double-double") while Kehoe and Rowen each scored 20 points. In the final game of the season in WI Dells, FLASH lost in double OT in the Championship Game of the NCAA Exposure Classic. Schaefer recorded his 3rd career point/assist "double-double" (1st player to ever have 2 in the same season) with 19 points and 10 assists while Kehoe broke the FLASH single game scoring record with an unbelievable 40 point performance to help FLASH finish the season on a 15-3 run. As a result, Kehoe, Schaefer and Rowen were all named to the All-FLASH team in 2012.


2013--Juniors--Record-27-11--Highlights--Champions/USSA State Championship (WI Dells), Champions/NCAA Exposure Classic (WI Dells), 2nd Place/June Jam (Stoughton), 2nd Place/National Summer Classic (Waukegan, IL). Following their fantastic finish to the 2012 season, there were big expectations for the FLASH juniors in 2013 and they responded with the most wins in a season in FLASH history (27). As a team, FLASH scored a record 2,279 points and averaged a record 60 points per game. They also broke the team assist record with 484 team assists. Individually, the "BIG 3" only got better in 2013. Kehoe scored 18.6 points per game (breaking his own record from 2012) and had a remarkable 705 points (destroying his own record of 494 from 2012). He also set a new FLASH record for "3's" with 57. Rowen became only the 2nd FLASH player to score more than 400+ points in a season with 434 and averaged 12.1 per game while hitting 48 "3's". Schaefer averaged 10.3 points per game as all 3 averaged in double figures for the 2nd consecutive year but Schaefer did his damage more by passing the ball with an incredible 249 assists (shattering his own record of 169 from 2012). He averaged a FLASH record 7.6 assists per game and had a single game record of 16 assists at a College Showcase Tournament in Mankato, Minnesota in June. It was the 1st time in FLASH history that 3 teammates all scored more than 300 points in a season and Schaefer added 5 point/assist "double-doubles" to bring his career total with FLASH to 8 with games of 14 points/16 assists, 13 points/10 assists, 12 points/10 assists, 11 points/10 assists and 10 points/11 assists. All three were named to the All-Star Game at the National Summer Classic in Waukegan , IL in August where FLASH got to the Championship Game of the tournament.

--Sophomores--Record-15-14--Highlights--2nd Place/Lakers Classic (Waukesha), 2nd Place/Mt Mary College (NAYS). FLASH added a brand new sophomore team in 2013. They did a great job of moving and sharing the ball with 2 games where they had 5 players score in double figures. In April, they set FLASH records with a 109-29 win to set records for both points scored and margin of victory. Individually, Jason Ludwig led the team in scoring with 269 points and averaged a team-high 10.8 points per game. Alex Lunde scored 226 points and hit 100 FT's (only the 2nd player to hit 100 or more in a season).


2014--Record-18-11--Highlights--Champions/Summer Slam (Stoughton), Champions/Blizzard Battle (Appleton), 3rd Place/ National Summer Classic (Waukegan, IL). FLASH only had one team in 2014 for the 1st time since expanding to two teams in 2011. Now juniors, FLASH played very good team basketball as they typically had a different player lead them in scoring each game. Kevion Taylor (playing up as a freshman) led the team in scoring with 297 points and hit 49 "3's".



















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