High School Boys Basketball
Shawano 59, Green Bay East 57
Kaden Richards put up a career-high 26 points, including the go-ahead bucket and free throw with 18 seconds left, as Shawano held on for the narrow win. Shawano overcame a 10-point first half deficit with a 16-4 run to take the lead for good at 35-33 early in the second half. They were able to hold off a late Red Devil rally for the victory. East was led by Zach Crockett, who poured in 21 points, but it would not be enough. Shawano improved to 4-2 in the Bay with their second straight win. A.J. Kohl and Tyrell Hesse each added 10. Hesse even had a highlight reel rejection from that brought Hakws fans to their feet. Shawano will host undefeated Xavier Friday night.
New London 69, West De Pere 53
Devin Winkler led the Bulldogs with 18 points, while Brayden Kurth turned in a 15-point effort. New London shot an impressive 57 percent from the floor to take the win.
Seymour 83, Green Bay West 46
Casey Yaeger powered the Thunder with 17 points and Riley Murphy added 14 points, including four 3-pointers. Trent Blake also chipped in 12 for Seymour.
Xavier 98, Menasha 64
The Hawks took a 52-23 lead into the break and wouldn’t let up from there, as they turned in their second highest scoring total of the season. Hunter Plamann moved into 15th place on the all-time scoring list in school hisotry.
Shiocton 57, Amherst 55
Nate Schmidt hit a basket in the final seconds to break a tie, and give Shiocton a 57-55 win over Amherst. The win puts Shiocton all alone in first place in Conference and moves them to 5-0 on the CWC-8 season.
Weyauwega-Fremont 60, Pacelli 58
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 70, Bonduel 61
Bonduel led by six at the half, but failed earn their first conference win. Parker Bohm scored 20 points and Bryce Weier.
Port Edwards 66, Menominee Indian 52
Tri-County 65, Bowler 38
Ashwaubenon 69, Sheboygan North 53
De Pere 67, Green Bay Southwest 55
Notre Dame 67, Manitowoc Lincoln 59
Pulaski 48, Green Bay Preble 26
Pulaski came out on top of a sloppy game to stay unbeaten in Conference Tuesday. The Red Raiders took advantage of Green Bay Preble mistakes, and turned it into a 48-26 win. The Red Raiders scored over 70 points the team’ s first meeting, but the Hornets chose to hold the ball and take time off the clock instead. Pulaski turned the ball over 16 times, but still did enough to win. Jacob DeStarkey led the way with 14 points. The Red Raiders led 22-11 at the half, performed well in the paint in the final 18 minutes. Camden Wall and Ryan Buss both had 11 points for Preble.
Bay Port 86, Sheboygan South 72
Kimberly 76, Appleton North 62
Fond Du Lac 83, Oshkosh West 61
Kaukauna 80, Hortonville 47
The high-powered Kaukauna offense was too much for Hortonville, who was without second leading scorer Charlie Schabo. The Ghosts put up 47 points at the break, ending the first half on a 36-6 run, which was powered by Jordan McCabe’s 24 points. He would finish the night with 29 to lead all scorers, draining seven 3-pointers. Erick Karl and Keaton Ferris each had 12 points. In total, 12 different Kaukauna players would score, as the team knocked down 12 3-pointers. Hortonville was led by Ryan Krueger’s 13 points, while Chandler Guyette added 9. The Polar Bears fall to 2-7 in the FVA and are next in action Friday night at Oshkosh West.
Neenah 68, Appleton East 63
Oshkosh North 89, Appleton West 86
Little Chute 70, Denmark 63
Devin Plate had a team-high 20 points for Little Chute. Blake Derricks had 32 in the losing effort.
Luxemburg-Casco 89, Wrightstown 56
Marinette 91, Fox Valley Lutheran 89
Freedom 65, Oconto Falls 51
Dwight Green scored 18 points to lead Freedom, as they move to .500 in North Eastern play.
Clintonville 55, Waupaca 47
The Truckers snapped a three-game losing skid by taking down Waupaca on the road. Nathan Krueger recorded a double-double with 18 points and 12 rebounds. Tyler Petermann added 16 points, while Sam Wittman chipped in 10. Clintonville shot 44 percent from the floor as a team and limited Waupaca to just 32 percent. Logan Bunge also had a double-double with 12 points and 12 boards to pace the Comets.
St. Thomas Aquinas 68, Niagara 61
Oneida Nation 55, Coleman 48
Lena 79, Gillett 49
Suring 52, Peshtigo 51
Crivitz 75, Wausaukee 52
Iola-Scandinavia 81, Manawa 62
High School Girls Basketball
Amherst 54, Shiocton 43
Weyauwega-Fremont at Pacelli
Port Edwards 51, Menominee Indian 31
Kendra Webster led the Eagles with 15 points.
Tigerton at Gresham
Marion 50, Almond-Bancroft 40
Tri-County 72, Bowler 36
Wild Rose 67, Rosholt 47
Bay Port 87, Sheboygan South 17
Pulaski 43, Green Bay Preble 39
Emily Higgins had 23 points for a game-high, as Pulaski pulled back to .500 in conference play. Madi Winter added eight points.
De Pere 58, Green Bay Southwest 47
Lizzie Miller paced all scorers with 22 points.
Notre Dame 56, Manitowoc Lincoln 23
Sheboygan North 61, Ashwaubenon 52
Neenah 56, Appleton East 53
Appleton West 43, Oshkosh North 41
Hortonville 61, Kaukauna 34
Morgan Allen topped all with 24 points, while Shay Frederick chipped in 15 for Hortonville.
Appleton North 52, Kimberly 47
Fond Du Lac 55, Oshkosh West 48
Freedom 56, Denmark 43
Makenna Haase recorded a double-double with 26 points and 16 boards to help power the Irish to the conference win.
Northland Pines 74, Shawano 62
Iola-Scandinavia 43, Manawa 39
Florence 31, St. Thomas Aquinas 28
Crivitz at Stephenson
Niagara 38, Goodman/Pembine 32