Brookwood’s Cunitz scores his 1,000th point

The Falcons gather for a team shot after the game. (Kathy Nelson photo)

Robert Cunitz watches his 1,000-point shot go in the basket. (Kathy Nelson photo)

The crowd celebrates Cunitz’s 1,000 points. (Kathy Nelson photo)

Robert Cunitz takes his 1,000-point shot. (Kathy Nelson photo)

At the Falcons’ Tuesday, Feb. 6, game at Cashton, Robert Cunitz became the first boys basketball player in Brookwood High School history to score 1,000 points. He was the third overall: Briana Nelson scored 1,000 points in 2016; and Allyson Nelson, in 2017.

Brookwood coach Travis Anderson said, “It was a special night for Robert Cunitz in particular, who eclipsed the 1,000-point mark. He is the first boys basketball player to ever reach that milestone at Brookwood High School, and we are all very proud of him for this accomplishment. It was just awesome to see the entire team celebrate and be excited about another teammate’s successes. Team chemistry is what makes our team very special, and to see that type of joy for another teammate is incredible.”



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