High School Boys Basketball
West De Pere 59, Green Bay East 27
Weyauwega-Fremont 78, Bonduel 67
Four Bonduel Bears scored in double-digits, but it wouldn’t be enough to top the Indians. Bryce Weier led the Bears with 18 points, Cole Letter added 14, Parker Bohm and Dalton Caimes added 11 points. Jake Hablewitz scored a game-high 21 points, while Logan Bosquez added 20 points.
Shiocton 68, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 54
A 40-18 lead gave Shiocton an insurmountable lead that the Chargers could not overcome. Nathan Schmidt led the Chiefs with 22 points.
Almond-Bancroft 64, Tri-County 14
Menominee Indian at Bowler
Gresham 55, Port Edwards 38
Manawa at Pacelli
Rosholt 84, Tigerton 61
Wild Rose 65, Marion 55
Ashwaubenon 71, Sheboygan South 42
Ben Wittig poured in 25 points, including four 3-pointers, as Ashwaubenon crusied to the easy conference win.
De Pere 53, Manitowoc Lincoln 46
Green Bay Preble 64, Green Bay Southwest 55
Pulaski 69, Sheboygan North 62
Bay Port 54, Notre Dame 51
The Pirates took a six-point lead into the half, despite a Notre Dame comeback attempt, Bay Port held on. Jordan Nolle led Bay Port with 15 points.
Appleton West 82, Appleton West 70
Oshkosh North 57, Oshkosh West 34
Marinette 69, Clintonville 57
Clintonville led by eight at the half, but gave up 49 second half points that allowed the Marines to hand the Truckers their third consecutive loss. Marinette shot 20-for-29 at the line, compared to Clintonville’s 5-of-7, which played a big part in the final score. The Truckers received a team-high 20 points from Nathan Krueger and Tyler Petermann added 17. Sam Wittman also reached double-figures with 13 points. As a team, Clintonville shot just 8-of-30 from beyond the arc. Jacob Poetzel and Connor Nelson had 17 points each to lead Marinette.
Little Chute 65, Fox Valley Lutheran 47
Freedom 68, Wrightstown 62
The Irish received a team-high 21 points from Dwight Green and 19 points from Charlie Jadin, who picked up a double-double with 12 rebounds. James Hansen had a game-high 25 points for Wrightstown.
Denmark 90, Waupaca 64
Peshtigo 88, St. Thomas Aquinas 65
Lena 55, Coleman 49
Crivitz 71, Niagara 39
Suring 70, Gillett 35
Four players scored double-figures for Suring. John Christensen led the way with 16 points. Christensen, Ryan Mahoney, Chris Geniesse, and Scout Gerndt combined for 53. Gillett is still winless in the M&O.
Oneida Nation 71, Wausaukee 51
High School Girls Basketball
Shawano 61, Green Bay East 39
Tori DePerry led Shawano with 17 points and Hannah Wndorf had a career-high 15. Shawano moves to 4-3 in the Bay, as they look to host New London on Monday in a makeup game.
West De Pere 43, New London 26
New London only managed 7 points in the first half, as the stingy West De Pere defense continued to do what they’ve done all season. The Phantoms proved they deserve their No. 2 ranking by a total team effort. Hannah Stefaniak led the team with 15 points, Liz Edinger had 12, and Brehna Evans added 11 points. Leah Porath managed to score a game-high 17 points, after being held to only two in the first half. Lauren Winkler was the next high Bulldog scorer with three points.
Seymour at Green Bay West
Xavier 54, Menasha 52
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 48, Shiocton 33
Weyauwega-Fremont 78, Bonduel 67
Port Edwards 43, Gresham 29
Tri-County 58, Menominee Indian 38
Pacelli at Manawa
Bowler 41, Marion 28
Tigerton 58, Rosholt 25
Green Bay Southwest at Green Bay Preble
De Pere at Manitowoc Lincoln
Sheboygan North 64, Pulaski 58
Ashwaubenon 68, Sheboygan South 29
Appleton North 57, Appleton West 45
Oshkosh West at Oshkosh North
Appleton East 46, Hortonville 37
Fond Du Lac at Kaukauna
Kimberly 55, Neenah 39