Shawano 50, Green Bay East 34
Each half was identical, as the Hawks outscored East 25-17 in each to remain unbeaten, and now 1-0 in Bay Conference play. Tori DePerry was the game’s leading scorer with 22 points and Brandi Gueths recorded eight points. The Hawks now look ahead to hosting Xavier on Tuesday.
Seymour 75, Green Bay West 43
The Thunder picked up their first conference win behind Raven Vandenlangenberg, who had 18 points to lead both teams. Brooke Veldt had 14 and Hailey Oskey added 12 points for Seymour.
West De Pere 57, New London 36
The Phantoms had three players with double-digit scoring efforts in Hannah Stefaniak, Brehna Evans, and Liz Edinger. Leah Porath had 15 for New London
Appleton North 49, Kimberly 41
Sydney Levy recorded 20 points, 15 of them coming from three pointers, to help Appleton North defeat Kimberly in the FVA showdown. Kari Brekke totaled 11 points for North, while Shea Dechant led the Papermakers with 11.
Fond Du Lac 60, Oshkosh West 33
Fondy built an impressive 34-15 lead to take into halftime, as the Cardinals cruised by Oshkosh West. A 17-point performance by Ally Gietzel led Fond Du Lac. Aleah Wendels, Carly Paulson, and Megan Dille all had 11 points for Fond Du Lac.
Ashwaunenon 59, Green Bay Preble 44
Maddie Koch tallied 18 points en route to the Jaguars first FRCC win of the season. Ashwaubenon built a 15-point halftime lead and remained in control the rest of the way. Hayden Kupsh picked up nine points, while Peyton Wright and Megan Servais eached chipped in eight points.
Hortonville 73, Kaukauna 52
The Polar Bears staked themselves to a 16-point halftime advantage on their way to the FVA win. Morgan Allen led all players with 18 points, while Emily Nelson added 13 for Hortonville. Kaukauna was led by Keira Nennig’s 13 points and Claire Engmann recorded 11.
Neenah 61, Appleton East 47
The Rockets closed out the first half strong with a late run that helped propell them to the conference win. Megan Lee’s 18 points led the Rockets, but the game’s leading scorer was Lexie Schneider who had 22 points.
Niagara 52, St. Thomas Aquinas 22
Jasmine Racine recorded 15 points and Sarah Nawn added 12 in the Niagara victory. They limited STAA to just 10 points in the first half.
De Pere 47, Notre Dame 39
Four players reached at least eight points for the Red Birds, as they successfully held off Notre for the road win to open FRCC play. Annie Schneider scored 13, Olivia DeCleene added 12, Lizze Miller recorded 10, and Rachel Kerkhoff chipped in eight points for De Pere. Notre Dame’s leading scorer was Kaycee Gierczak, who had 17 points.
Appleton West 44, Oshkosh North 42
Lauren Lietzke had the game’s highest point total with 17 to lead Appleton West over Oshkosh North on the road.
Green Bay Southwest vs. Sheboygan North
Manitowoc Lincoln 63, Sheboygan South 33
Wausaukee 49, Crivitz 41
Kaelyn Schlies and Madelyn Schiles combined for 25 points to help Wausaukee take down Crivitz and move to 2-0 in conference play. Crivitz’s Sianna Gunns paced the team with 12 points.
Coleman 36, Oneida Nation 33
Coleman held on to the narrow win over Oneida Nation. Marianna Meissner had 12 points to lead the Cougars, while Ashlee Mayer added seven.
Gillett 55, Lena 31
Taylor Yonker’s 18 points paced Gillet on their way to their second conference win. Gillett is now 3-1 overall, 2-0 in the M&O Conference.
Almond-Bancroft 44, Marion 33
Wittenbirg-Birnamwood 57, Bonduel 45
Bonduel suffered their first loss of the season on the road in Wittenberg. Danee Collier scored 19 points and recorded seven rebounds to lead the Bears, but Taylor Nier stole the show with 20 points to keep her Wittenberg-Birnamwood Chargers perfect on the year.
Tri-County 49, Bowler 46
Iola-Scandinavia 59, Manawa 42
Leighten Fischer and Kendall Johnson each had 16 points for Iola-Scandinavia to help lead the Thunderbirds over the Wolves. Laynie Bessette led Manawa with 14 points.
Port Edwards 56, Menominee Indian 29
Menominee Indian couldn’t recover after facing an early 29-point deficit on the road. Tenille Lyons led the Eagles, scoring eight points, while three other players recorded four.
Wild Rose 65 Rosholt 43
Amherst 55, Shiocton 41
Gresham vs. Tigerton
Pacelli vs. Weyauwega-Fremont