While just a sophomore, Milan Momcilovic has had a highly impressive season so far to help lead his Pewaukee High School team to the Wisconsin state tournament. On the season, the 6’8” forward has led Pewaukee in both scoring and rebounding with 17.5 points and 7.4 rebounds per game. On their way to the state tournament and a sectional championship, Pewaukee has put up a 25-3 record. 

Down the stretch towards the state tournament, the sophomore has been key. In their sectional game against Brown Deer High School, Momcilovic scored 26 points to lead Pewaukee to the victory.  

Even as a 6’8” sophomore, Momcilovic has a great amount of skill to his game. He is a versatile scorer who can beat defenders in a number of ways. He is a high percentage shooter that can knock down jumpers off the catch or create his own shot. As well, he has the ability to score with his back to the basket or off the dribble attacking the basket. 

However, the sophomore continues to want to work on some of his offensive ability. “I’d like to improve on my handling and attacking the basket,” Momcilovic stated. 

Momcilovic has all the size and ability to not just be one of the top players in the class of 2023 in the Midwest, but the entire nation. Expect him to be a very popular name amongst high major coaches moving forward. 

Pewaukee and Momcilovic will take their next step in the hunt for a state title on Saturday against Lake Mills in the state semifinals.