High School Boys Basketball:
Amherst 63, Bonduel 35
Bonduel is still in search of their first conference win. Dalton Carls led the Bears with 13 points.
Iola-Scandinavia 61, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 58
Shiocton 64, Pacelli 50
Weyauwega-Fremont 66, Manawa 57
Wild Rose at Bowler
Almond-Bancroft 62, Gresham 54
Rosholt 89, Menominee Indian 59
Port Edwards at Tigerton
Tri-County 72, Marion 51
De Pere 71, Ashwaubenon 62
The free throw line proved to be the difference for De Pere, converting 25-0f-26 from the charity stripe. Issac Hoffman scored 25 for the Redbirds. Ben Wittig led Ashwaubenon with 26 points.
Sheboygan South 84, Green Bay Preble 44
Bay Port 63, Green Bay Southwest 52
Jordan Nolle scored 20 points and collected seven off the glass to help Bay Port remain perfect in conference.
Pulaski 68, Notre Dame 61
Jacob DeStarkey scored 29 points to help Pulaski keep pace in the FRCC with Bay Port. Trevor Stiede and Wade Geenan had 12 points each.
Sheboygan North 79, Manitowoc Lincoln 53
Fond Du Lac 91, Appleton North 61
Oshkosh West 59, Appleton West 51
Kimberly 80, Kaukauna 54
The Papermakers held a 44-26 halftime lead and opened up the game’s second half on a 13-4 run. Kimberly shot 49 percent from the floor and dominated Kaukauna 43-20 on the glass. Will Chevalier poured in 23 points on the evening. Kaukauna was led by Jordan McCabe’s 16 points.
Neenah 52, Hortonville 47
Senior Ryan Krueger became the school’s all-time leading scorer, with a 17-point performance to lead the Polar Bears, but Hortonville fell on the road to Neenah. Charlie Schabo and Noah Meyer each had nine points. Joe Jung paced Neenah with 16 points.
Appleton East at Oshkosh North
Oneida Nation at St. Thomas Aquinas – Rescheduled to 2-14-17
Coleman 57, Niagara 52
Suring 46, Crivitz 43
Jon Christensen scored a team-high 16 points to help lead Suring over Crivtiz.
Peshtigo 72, Gillett 15
Lena 64, Wausaukee 39
High School Girls Basketball:
Menasha 44, Shawano 39
The Blue Jays picked up their third win of the year by knocking off Shawano at home. Alex Yost led Menasha with 13 points. Gracyn Habeck scored 12 for Shawano and Tori DePerry had 8 points.
Seymour 46, New London 42
It was Brooke Veldt leading Seymour with 14 points and Hailey Oskey scored 11 points to help Seymour hang on in New London. Leah Porath tallied 15 for the Bulldogs, who fall to 8-5 in the Bay.
West De Pere 79, Green Bay West 22
Brehna Evans dropped in 23 points, including three from long range. West De Pere bounced back from their first loss on the season by remain undefeated in the Bay.
Xavier 65, Green Bay East 40
Bekah Vande Hey had 18 points for Xavier, who took a commanding lead early and cruised to the win.
Shiocton 71, Pacelli 36
Manawa 53, Weyauwega-Fremont 46
Tri-County 69, Marion 32
Rosholt 60, Menominee Indian 53
Menominee Indian gave up and eight-point halftime lead, falling at home to Rosholt. Seniseah Wayka scored 13 points and Kendra Webster added 12 points.
Wild Rose 53, Bowler 25
Bay Port 51, Green Bay Southwest 40
Maddie Rae dominated with 19 points and grabbed 20 rebounds to help Bay Port to the FRCC win. Meg Knutson tallied 17 points for the Pirates.
De Pere 60, Ashwaubenon 46
Sheboygan North 69, Manitowoc Lincoln 45
Pulaski 51, Notre Dame 46
The Red Raiders overcame a nine-point halftime deficit to earn the conference road win. Madi Winter paced Pulaski with 16 points and Emily Higgins added 13.
Green Bay Preble 77, Sheboygan South 41
Appleton North 59, Fond Du Lac 45
Oshkosh North at Appleton East
Hortonville 73, Neenah 46
Kimberly 50, Kaukauna 36
Appleton West 54, Oshkosh West 33
Luxemburg-Casco 77, Freedom 71 (OT)
Sophomore Cassie Schiltz poured in 40 points to spark a come-from-behind win over Freedom in over time. Luxemburg-Casco went on a 7-0 run to close out regulation and tie the game 64-64. They then opened up the overtime period on an 8-0 run and took control of the game. McKenna Haase led Freedom with 30 points.
Little Chute 64, Clintonville 37
Denmark 71, Marinette 26
Claire Sipple downed six 3-pointers to lead Denmarkover Marinette.
Fox Valley Lutheran 46, Waupaca 25
Wrightstown 64, Oconto Falls 19
Alisha Murphy had 14 points for Wrightstown, while Kailee Van Zeeland added 10.
Gibraltar 59, Coleman 31
Oconto 58, Gillett 45
Willow Pecha led Gillett with 11 points. Taylor Yonker added nine.