We give you the three point totals and the winner from the three point contest at the Nickle Dickle Day event in Waconia from this past Saturday. Will Kirsch Will Kirsch 5'11" | PG Waconia | 2026 State MN of…
We give you the three point totals and the winner from the three point contest at the Nickle Dickle Day event in Waconia from this past Saturday.
of Waconia (2026) The Winner. Each round is 25 shot attempts with the rebounders, passer, and ball hand-off guy all doing their part to keep the shooter in a comfortable rhythm. And in a rhythm Will was as he won the event making an impressive 36 of 50 threes! Of course this is not in game threes but making 36 of 50 threes over two rounds is still extremely impressive not matter what the scenario. Kirsch made four money balls in each of the two rounds on his way to earning the gold medal.
of Breck (2024) 2nd Place. If you are wondering about the jumper of the Wisconsin commit, it looked very, very good in the three point contest on Saturday. Freitag actually made just one less three pointer in the event than Kirsch did (35 of 50), he just didn’t have the same money ball success (five in two rounds) and his better round was the first round as opposed to the second round (but he still scored a solid 18 in the final). An impressive all around performance from Daniel in both the dunk and three point contest.
of Minnehaha Academy (2024) 3rd Place. The other standout pulling double duty, Levy was strong in the dunk contest and then earned third place in the three point contest. Levy made 28 of his 50 three point attempts across both rounds including a four money ball make round in the first round. Levy looks ready to be the main scoring option for the Redhawks this winter as they look to return to state yet again.
of Holy Family (2024) Finalist. Hanson had one of the best first round shooting performances making 18 of 25 attempts including four money balls for a first round high of 22 points. The UMD commit made 30 of 50 threes overall at the event but the money ball was not his friend in the final round. Overall, another quality showing for one of the best guards in the senior class.
of Lakeville North (2024). The three point contest had eight shooters, the best score that did not make the finals came from Robison, the future Wisconsin Badger. Robison made 11 of the 25 attempts including four money balls, but his final tally was just short of making the finals. That said, making four money balls is noteworthy.