Wrightstown, Menominee Indian and Wittenberg-Birnamwood All Have Close Finishes
Central Wisconsin 8 Conference
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 53, Bonduel 50
Wrightstown 60, Luxemburg-Casco 58
Wrighstown completed a second half comeback with a 60-58 win over Luxemburg-Casco to hold on to first place in the Northeastern Conference. Danielle Nenning led the way with 24 points.
Waupaca 49, Clintonville 43
Waupaca outscored Clintonville 30-17 and won a 49-43 contest from the free throw line. Victoria Nowak had 25 points to lead the Comets. Clintonville was led by Catherine Morse with 10 points. The Truckers still are in search of their first win.
Freedom 70, Oconto Falls 23
McKenna Haase scored 30 points and led Freedom to an impressive 70-23 win over Oconto Falls.
Denmark 46, Little Chute 37
Fox Valley Lutheran 70, Marinette 24
New London 52, Shawano 45
Central Wisconsin 10 Conference
Menominee Indian 41, Almond-Bancroft 39
Tennille Lyons scored on a drive to the hoop as time expired, breaking a 39-39 tie and giving Menominee Indian a big 2-point win over Almond-Bancroft. Faith Munson had 14 points to lead the way.
Fox Valley Association
Hortonville 50, Appleton East 41
After suffering a loss to Appleton East last week, the Hortonville Polar Bears rebounded well and came away with a 50-41 win. Shay Frederick led the Polar Bears with 13 points. Morgan Allen added 11.
Marinette and Oconto Conference
Gillett 50, Coleman 35
Suring 36, Niagara 29
Crivitz 55, Oneida Nation 48
Peshtigo 69, Lena 51
Wausuakee 66, St. Thomas Aquinas 15
Southern Door 59, Green Bay East 32
Kewaunee 58, Menasha 47
Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 56, Gresham 42
Gresham 99, Tigerton 48
Almond Bancroft 88, Marion 44
Wild Rose 55, Rosholt 31
Kaukauna 91, Madison East 69