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Hermann’s Winkelmann scores 1,000th point of his career

Posted on Friday, January 17, 2014 at 10:06 pm

Craig Winkelmann

Craig Winkelmann

By staff writer

Hermann senior Craig Winkelmann scored the 1,000th point of his basketball career, and the Bearcats blew past Russellville, 58-34, in the seventh place game of the 46th annual South Callaway Tournament on Friday night.

Winkelmann needed 26 points to reach the 1,000-point milestone, and that’s what he finished with as the Bearcats broke a three-game slide. His sister, Shelby, is Hermann’s all-time leading girls scorer with 3,226 career points. She’s now playing at the University of Central Missouri.

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Hermann, playing against its former head coach, Tim Winkel, took its first lead of the game at 9-8 when Winkelmann buried the first of his seven 3-point baskets. The Bearcats never trailed after that and led 11-8 at the quarter when 6-6 junior Josh Oetterer scored in the paint.

Then Winkelmann fueled a big third quarter for the Bearcats when he scored nine of his team’s 17 points to push the lead to 43-25.

Winkelmann hit the 1,000-point mark when he scored a reverse left-handed driving layup with 2:31 left in the game. After Hermann’s next basket, they stopped the game and the 6-foot guard presented the ball to his parents, Lynn and Paul Winkelmann.

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