High School Boys Basketball
New London 54, Green Bay West 46
The Bulldogs trailed 22-19 at the half, but put up 35 points after the break to pull away from Green Bay West. Kyle Wolf paced New London with 17 points, including three 3-point buckets. Will Wohlt added 11 points and seven rebounds, while Garrett Locy added 10 points.
Pacelli 74, Bonduel 51
Bryce Weier tied a game-high 16 points, but it wouldn’t be enough for Bonduel to overtake Pacelli. The Bears are still in search of their first conference win.
Wild Rose 49, Menominee Indian 33
Gresham 85, Marion 35
Neal Cerveny poured in 27 points to lead all scorers, while Drew Haffner chipped in 14 points for the Wildcats. Haffner also added seven assists. Gresham remaisn perfect in the CWC-10, while Marion still looks for their first win.
Pulaski 64, Ashwaubenon 50
The game was knotted up at 27 by the halftime buzzer, but it was the 3-point shooting of Pulaski that allowed them to pull away from Ashwaubenon and bounce back with a win. In total the Red Raiders drilled 15 3-pointers in the game, 10 of them coming in the second half. Trevor Stiede finished with a game-high 18 points, all six of his field goals came from behind the arc. Wade Geenan and Jacob DeStarkey finished with 17 points apiece. Geenan nailed five triples, while DeStarkey connected on three. Ben Wittig led the Jaguars with 15 points.
Bay Port 92, Manitowoc Lincoln 57
Sheboygan South at Green Bay Southwest
Notre Dame 75, Green Bay Preble 47
De Pere 61, Sheboygan North 53
Kaukauna 84, Appleton North 57
Jordan McCabe had 18 for the Ghosts. Appleton North was led by Carl Valk and David Blom, who had 13 points each.
Appleton West 56, Appleton East 51
Fond Du Lac 66, Hortonville 45
Luke Lowe led Fondy with 28 points to lead both teams. Hortonville’s Ryan Krueger turned in a 26-point effort.
Oshkosh North 68, Kimberly 56
Neenah 68, Oshkosh West 53
Freedom 84, Marinette 63
Suring 56, Oneida Nation 50
Shicoton 93, Manawa 44
Brandon Spencer 28 points for Shiocton. Ethan Hass and Jeven Sachtjen had 10 each for Manawa.
Laona-Wabeno 80, Wausaukee 36
High School Girls Basketball
Green Bay West 59, Shawano 58
Jazzlynn Koeller’s free throws with under a second to play proved to be the knockout punch to the Shawano Hawks, who fall to 5-5 in the Bay. Tori DePerry led Shawano with 24 points and seven rebounds.
West De Pere 50, Menasha 18
Brehna Evans led the Phantoms with 20 points to help the team remain undefeated. Lisa Wussow had nine points for Menasha.
Seymour 65, Green Bay East 30.
Hailey Oskey poured in 18 points for Seymour. Ja’Staria Brantley had 18 for Green Bay East
New London 53, Xavier 48
Leah Porath tallied 17 points for New London. Sarah Dombrowski had 16 for Xavier
Bonduel 64, Pacelli 36
Emily Sorenson recorded nine points, seven steals, and tallied four assists to lead the Bears. Bonduel improves to 6-3 in the CWC-8. Danee Colier and Hayley Sorenson each had 10 points.
Amherst 40, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 33
Amherst picked up the win and the series split to pull even with Wittenbirg-Birnamwood for first place in conference. Taylor Nier scored 13, while Emily Norrbom chipped in 11 points and six rebounds.
Wild Rose 69, Menominee Indian 35
Almond-Bancroft 59, Rosholt 48
Tri-County 76, Gresham 40
De Pere 54, Sheboygan North 43
Notre Dame 45, Green Bay Preble 35
Bay Port 65, Manitowoc Lincoln 40
Ashwaubenon 51, Pulaski 49
Green Bay Southwest 67, Sheboygan South 35
Appleton West 37, Appleton West 32
Freedom 65, Clintonville 34
The Irish proved to be too much for the Truckers, keeping pace with Wrightstown in the North Eastern Conference. Freedom moved to 11-2 after the road win. Makenna Haase paved the way for the Irish, scoring a game-high 22 points and seven rebounds. Jada Helms was the only other Irish scorer to reach double-digits with 12 points. Clintonville leading scorer Catherine Morse was held in check with four points. Melany Lorge paced the Truckers with a team-high seven points. “We went through a period where we had a hard time putting the ball through the hoop and the game got away from us,” said Clintonville head coach Nick Yaeger. “We knew that if we wanted to compete against an extremely talented Freedom team that we had to play very hard and I’m not sure we did.” Clintonville is still searching for their first win of the year.
Little Chute 69, Waupaca 34
Luxemburg-Casco 79, Marinette 49
Fox Valley Lutheran 55, Oconto Falls 26
Wrightstown 59, Denmark 28
The Tigers maintain their hold on the first place spot in conference. Kailee Van Zeeland had a team-high 15 points and Alisha Murphy 11 for Wrightstown.
Niagara 49, Coleman 45
Crivitz 48, Suring 44
Peshtigo 56, Gillett 45
Wausaukee 67, Lena 46