Shawano’s Run With Red Raiders Falls Short
Pulaski 70, Shawano 60
Pulaski’s Wade Geenen scored all of his 16 second half points, and helped Pulaski hold on to a 70-60 win over Shawano. The Red Raiders took control of the game in the last five minutes. Shawano was led on the losing end by Austin Kohl with 16 points.
CENTRAL WISCONSIN CONFERENCE-10
Port Edwards 61, Tri-County 44
Menominee Indian 80, Tigerton 55
Darwin King’s 22 points helped Menominee Indian blow boy Tigerton to earn their first conference win. Ron Frechette added 19 points.
Wild Rose at Gresham
FOX RIVER CLASSIC CONFERENCE
Bay Port 92, Sheboygan South 63
Bay Port had a 51-34 edge on Sheboygan South at the half to pick up their first FRCC win. Five players reached double-digits in scoring, but Cordell tinch turned in a 21-point effort with six boards, six assists, and three steals. Dylan Martens recorded a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds for Sheboygan South.
MARINETTE AND OCONTO CONFERENCE
Oneida Nation 58, Wausaukee 44
Oneida Nation kept their perfect start to the season alive with three players reaching double figures in scoring. Jonathan Massey tallied 14 points, while Melvin Matson and Crimsen Powless each had 10. Three players for Wausaukee had nine points in Jeremiah Watson, Cody Renikow and Tyler Gruszynski.
Crivitz 59, Niagara 48
Travis Giese turned in 16 points to power Crivitz to their first conference win. Jakob Voss added 15 points. Niagara’s Jacob Bousley was the game’s leading scorer with 19 points.
Lena 79, Coleman 55
Connor Heise scored an impressive 28 points and Hunter Borchert totaled 19 to power Lena to their first M&O victory. Cole Woulf led Coleman with 17 points.
Suring at Gillett
Applton North 73, Green Bay West 48
The Lightning took a modest 32-27 lead into the halftime locker room, but blew by Green Bay west in the second half with a 41-point outburst. Carl Valk led with 18 points, and North also received 15 from Colin Mowbray.
Cedarburg 57, West De Pere 42
Taylor Rahn led the Phantoms with 12 points, but scoring would be difficult for West De Pere, who fell to Cedarburg. Jake Karchinski chipped in six points in the losing effort.
Clintonville 45, Menasha 42 (OT)
It took overtime, but the Truckers outlasted Menasha to earn the win. Clintonville’s Tyler Peterman tied for a game-high 13 points with Alex Everson of Menasha. The Truckers outscored the Blue Jays 6-3 in the extra period.
New London 80, Waupaca 53
Kyle Wolf knocked down four 3-point buckets on his way to 23 points on the night. New London also recieved strong performances from Will Wohlt, Brayden Kurth, and Jacob Johnson, who all reached double figure scoring numbers. Brandon Wanty and Logan Bunge each scored 15 points for Waupaca.
Westfield 80, Manawa 46
Bonduel 67, Oconto Falls 64 (OT)
Bryce Weier’s 22 points would be enough to help the Bears emerge with their first win of the season. Bonduel is now 1-2 after the overtime win. Parker Bohm chipped in 15 points and they also received 10 points from Dalton Cairns. Aaron Kurth led Oconto Falls with 18 points.
Stevens Point 72, De Pere 63
The top-ranked team in Division 1 hoops got all they could handle from a hungry De Pere group, but held on thanks in part to Drew Blair’s 25 points. Isaac Hoffmann recorded 25 points for De Pere and Maxwell Huddleston added 18.
Mosinee 58, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 52
A 28-point effort from Trevor Groshek wasn’t enough for Wittenberg-Birnamwood, who fell at home to Mosinee. Cory Fraaza had 12 points and seven rebounds for the Chargers.
Wausau East 65, Green Bay East 46
Zack Crockett had 26 points to lead all scorers, but it wasn’t enough to help Green Bay East pick up the non-conference win. No other Red Devil would score more than four points. Wausau East was led in scoring by Sawyer Schlindwein. He had 19 points to help Wausau East improve to 4-1 on the season.