High School Boys Basketball
Shiocton 78, Bonduel 60
Nate Schmidt poured in four buckets from downtown and finished leading all scorers with 25 points.
Iola-Scandinavia 57, Pacelli 47
Amherst 57, Weyauwega-Fremont 36
Ashwaubenon 59, Green Bay Southwest 52
Clintonville 56, Oconto Falls 46
The Truckers found themselves trailing 23-19 at halftime, but the offense came to life in the second act to give Clintonville their second win in a row. Oconto Falls outshot Clintonville from the floor. The Truckers converted just 4-of-20 from downtown, but it was the free throw line that gave them the advantage, 16-t0-8. Nathan Krueger paced Clintonville with 18 points, Tyler Petermann added 15, Jordan Koeppen had nine.
Freedom 71, Denmark 70
It was Caden Hofacker providing the heroics for the Irish on a last-second tip-in as time expired. They were his only points of the game, but perhaps none were bigger. Freedom moves above .500 in the North Eastern, as they were led by Dwight Green who poured in 29 points. Charlie Jadin had 16 for the Irish. Blake Derricks continued his torrid stretch, scoring a game-high 38 points.
Luxemburg-Casco 88, Waupaca 42
Bryce TeKulve paced the Spartans with 18 points to help Luxemburg-Casco remain perfect in conference play.
Little Chute 55, Marinette 54
Despite facing a 15-point halftime deficit, Little Chute managed to outscore Marinette 34-18 in the second half to take the win. Devin Plate connected on four 3-pointers on his way to scoring a team-high 20 points. Little Chute held Marinette to just 18 points in the second half.
Wrightstown 76, Fox Valley Lutheran 71
James Hansen scored a game-high 26 points, recorded seven rebounds, and dished out seven assists to power Wrightstown to the close conference victory. Luke Haese added 21 points for the Tigers.
Green Bay West 61, Gibraltar 53
High School Girls Basketball
Green Bay East 54, Menasha 46
Ja-Staria Brantley had a game-high 22 points to pace all scorers and lead the Red Devils to their first conference win of the season.
New London 64, Green Bay West 42
The outcome of the game was never in doubt, but Green Bay West gave New London a fight on the road. The Bulldogs earned their second win this week in conference, led by Leah Porath’s game-high 24 points. Kate Christian added 10 points, as there were eight different Bulldogs who found the scoring column. The offense started slow in the game’s opening minutes, but began to find a rhythm when they went on a 10-0 run to claim the lead in the early minutes, one they would never relinquish. The Wildcats were led by Antonia King, who had 14 points, while Jazzlyn Koeller chipped in 12. New London hits the road next Tuesday to take on Xavier.
West De Pere 62, Seymour 53
Shawano 73, Xavier 63
The Shawano Hawks used a balanced scoring attack with four players in double-digits and held on for a 73-63 win over Xavier. The win Shawano’s first win over Xavier since Xavier joined the Bay conference. Coach Ryan Koenig said the win was a confidence booster. “It showed us that we can play against anyone in our conference,” said Koenig. “We haven’t beat these guys before, so it was a big win.” Torri DePerry led Shawano with 23 points. Kayla Ward and Brandi Gueths both had 14, while Hailey Buschman added 12. Xavier’s comeback in the second half fell short, despite a 20-point night Bekah Vande Hey.
Amherst 47, Iola-Scandinavia 33
Bowler 63, Almond-Bancroft 60
Tigerton 57, Wild Rose 53
Ashwaubenon 54, Manitowoc Lincoln 32
Kimberly 60, Neenah 40
The Papermakers raced out to an 18-point halftime lead that allowed them to cruise to victory in the FVA. Morgan Torzala led Kimberly with 16 points, Shea Dechant had 11, while Alina Hampton followed with 10 points.
Crivitz 53, St. Thomas Aquinas 24
Peshtigo 33, Coleman 29
Niagara at Lena
Gillett at Oneida Nation
Wausaukee 58, Suring 47
West De Pere 60, Shawano 12
Seymour 37, Menasha 33
Weyauwega-Fremont at Rosholt
Amherst at Tri-County
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 45, Bonduel 34
Wild Rose/Wautoma at Mauston
Menominee Indian at Manawa
Shiocton 69, Almond-Bancroft/Pacelli 6
Bay Port 46, Ashwaubenon 31
De Pere 54, Manitowoc Lincoln 16
Pulaski 54, Green Bay Preble 15
Sheboygan South 54, Sheboygan North 30
Hortonville at Appleton East
Appleton North 73, Appleton West 0
Fond Du Lac at Kaukauna
Kimberly 45, Neenah 10
Oshkosh North at Oshkosh West
Wrightstown 76, Fox Valley Lutheran 3
Denmark at Freedom
Marinette at Little Chute
Luxemburg-Casco 68, Waupaca 10
Clintonville at Elcho
Coleman 84, Lena/STAA 0
Coleman 74, Peshtigo 6
Gillett/Suring at Crivitz