There was a personal milestone achieved last night during the Manitowoc Lutheran High School Boys basketball victory over St. Mary Catholic. The Lancers earned their 3rd victory of the season in 4 starts, with an 85-60 decision over the visiting Zephyrs. Junior guard Trey Zastrow entered the Big East Conference ballgame needing only 19-points to reach a thousand for his career. He got there with a layup at the 3:55 mark of the first half, and would finish with a game-high 35 points. Trey reacted to his historic moment.
The game was stopped briefly and he was presented with the game-ball. Trey on the accomplishment coming in the context of a much-needed victory.
Trey’s father, Lutheran coach Gordy Zastrow praised his son.
Coach Zastrow said last night’s game was “like 4 games within a game.”
Trey Zastrow, now with 1016 points, had plenty of help from his Lancer teammates: Santana Lomibao chipped in 14 points, while Evan Lischka added 11 points and 6 assists for Lutheran, now 1-1 in league. The Lancers shot nearly 60-percent from the field as a team, with Zastrow connecting on 16-22 shots, including 2 three’s. They also out-rebounded the Zephers 36-to-18. St. Mary Catholic (1-2 in conference) featured 3 young men in double figure scoring, led by Caden Uhlenbrauk with 21-points Lutheran resumes play at home Thursday night against Sheboygan Christian.