Shawano 56, Menasha 52
The Shawano Hawks hit seven first half three-pointers en route to a 38-29 halftime lead, and then hung on to win at Menasha. The Hawks controlled the lead most of the game, but saw their 15-point second half lead shrink to one, as the Blue Jays rallied late. Shawano sealed the win at the line and Tyrell Hesse added the goodnight flush, as the Hawks won their third game in a row. Alex Mueller led Shawano with 12 points, A.J. Kohl added 11, while Menasha was led by Alex Zeinert’s 18 points. Shawano will play at Seymour on Thursday night.
Xavier 87, Green Bay East 69
The Hawks put up 51 points in the first half and cruised to the Bay win, behind 27 points from Hunter Plamann. Cal Christensen added 16 points for Xavier. They improved to 17-0 overall, 9-0 in the Bay.
Seymour 58, New London 55
Will Wohlt led all scorers with 24 points on 9-of-13 shooting, but it wouldn’t be enough for New London, as they fell to Seymour at home. The Thunder received 14 points from Trent Blake and 12 from Nik Yaeger. Seymour did a lot of damage from the free throw line, going 19-of-25 to help clinch the win.
West De Pere 69, Green Bay West 53
Tyler Schwartz had 15 points to lead the Phantoms, who led by just one point at the half. They outscored Green Bay West 41-26 in the second half to pick up the win.
Wrightstown 59, Clintonville 53
Clintonville dropped their third game in a row, after falling to Wrightstown at home Monday night. James Hansen recorded 20 points, while Luke Haese chipped in 18 to lead Wrightstown. Tyler Petermann scored at least 25 points for the second game in a row, with a game-high 26. Sam Wittman had 14 for the Truckers.
Freedom 64, Fox Valley Luthearn 62 (Overtime)
Luxemburg-Casco 64, Little Chute 54
Bryce Te Kulve tallied 18 points to pace Luxemburg-Casco and pick up the conference win after dropping their first in the North Eastern last week. The Spartans now hold a 2.5 game lead over second place Little Chute in conference.
Denmark 67, Oconto Falls 45
Blake Derricks picked up a double-double, posting 15 points and 10 rebounds, helping Denmark to the conference win. The Vikings were led by Brady Jens, who had 19 points.
Berlin 70, Waupaca 62
Brandon Wanty and Justin Vaughn had 18 points apiece for Waupaca in the loss. Justin Bartol of Berlin paced both teams with 27 points.
Oneida Nation 66, Stockbridge 49
Amherst 59, Bonduel 52
Bonduel fell to CWC-8 leader in overtime on the road, as Emily Sorenson led the Bears with 23 points. Bonduel picked up just their fourth loss in the CWC-8. Brynn Reinke added 12 points, all of them coming from long-range.
Iola-Scandinavia 36, Pacelli 35
Gresham at Almond-Bancroft
Port Edwards 53, Tigerton 34
Wrighstown 57, Fox Valley Luthean 38
Kailee Van Zeeland recorded 17 points, while Danielle Nennig added 12 for Wrightstown, as the Tigers remain in a first place tie with Freedom in conference.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 36, Stratford 35
Taylor Nier was the only Wittenbirg-Birnamwood player in double figures, scoring 18 points, recording five rebounds, and three steals.
Florence 43, St. Thomas Aquinas 33