High School Boys Basketball
Marion 55, Bowler 47
Almond-Bancroft 93, Tigerton 34
Gresham 80, Meominee Indian 55
Senior Neal Cerveny posted a double-double, with a game-high 23 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Wildcats to vicotry. Legacy Skenedor scored 12 for Gresham.
Pulaski 64, De Pere 49
The Red Raiders remain just one game behind conference-leading Bay Port with the win Friday night. Wade Geenen scored 14 points to help Pulaski move to 16-2 in the FRCC. Trevor Stiede had 13, while Jacob DeStarkey chipped in eight points for the Red Raiders.
Bay Port 60, Green Bay Preble 39
Green Bay Southwest 77, Manitowoc Lincoln 66
Notre Dame 64, Ashwaubenon 55
Little Chute 65, Clintonville 50
The Mustangs led Clintonville by 13 at halftime and hung on for the conference win. Little Chute remains alive for the North Eastern title, as they sit in second place behind Luxemburg-Casco. Devin Plate and Keenan Stevens led the team with 20 points. The Truckers shot just 1-of-7 from downtown. They were led by Tyler Petermann, who had a game-high 23 points and was the only Clintonville player in double figures.
Denmark 82, Marinette 79 (Overtime)
Fox Valley Lutheran 73, Waupaca 60
Jared Kraftzenk had a game-high 22 points for Fox Valley Lutheran. The Comets received 19 points from Brandon Wanty.
Luxemburg-Casco 79, Freedom 66
The game was knotted up at 42-42 during halftime, but the Spartans pulled away from Freedom in the second half. Mitchell Jandrin combined with Bryce Te Kulve to make 10 3-point buckets. Te Kulve would end his night a game-best 26 points, while Jandrin had 25. Dwight Green scored a team-high 22 points for the Irish.
Wrightstown 85, Oconto Falls 50
Crivitz 71, Lena 63
Peshtigo 69, Oneida Nation 28
Wausaukee 49, Coleman 42
Suring 62, St. Thomas Aquinas 52
Witenberg-Birnamwood at Northland Pines
Amerhest 70, Kewaunee 34
Iola-Scandinavia 69, Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 47
Oconto 85, Bonduel 55
Parker Bohm tallied 20 points, but the Bears fellto non-conference Oconto.
High School Girls Basketball
Seymour 77, Shawano 33
The Thunder took control of the game early and went on a 29-5 run in the first half to come away with the road win. As a team, Seymour drained 15 3-pointers to pull away. Hailey Oskey paced all scorers with 21 points. Shawano, a team battling numerous injuries, have not lost six games in a row, falling to 5-8 in the Bay. Seymour stands in second place behind West De Pere with an 11-2 conference record.
West De Pere 64, Xavier 24
With their win Friday night, the Phantoms have clinched at least a share of the Bay Conference, improving to 12-0. West De Pere can clinch the outright crown with a win or Seymour loss next week. Brehna Evans tallied 22 points for a game-high. Bekah Vande Hey led the Hawks with 13 points.
Shiocton 46, Iola-Scandinavia 30
Wild Rose 44, Port Edwards 42
Tri-C0unty 81, Rosholt 40
Bay Port 42, Green Bay Preble 38
Maddie Re posted a double-double, scoring 19 points and pulling down 15 rebounds for Bay Port.
Green Bay Southwest 59, Manitowoc Lincoln 46
De Pere 65, Pulaski 49
With the win, the Red Birds clinched their first FRCC title since the 2012-2013 season, as they went on the road to take down Pulaski Friday night. Rachel Kerkhoff scored 17 ponits for De Pere, who move to 16-1 in conference. Pulaski falls to 8-7 in FRCC play. They were led by Emily Higgins and Isabel Majewski, who had 11 points each.
Appleton North 61, Hortonville 58
The Polar Bears hung tough with undefeated Appleton North, but just couldn’t find a way to break through. Hortonville led for much of the first half, but trailed 25-23 at halftime. Appleton North opened up the second half on a 19-3 run to take command of the game. Despite at one point facing 18-point deficit, Hortonville managed to claw their way back into the game by cutting the lead to within two. With the help of an improved defensive effort, Shay Frederick and Morgan Allen sparked the Polar Bear comeback. Frederick went on to lead both teams with 25 points, knocking down five 3-pointers, and going 7-of-8 from the free throw line. Allen finished with 18 points, 12 of them coming in the second half. With the win, Appleton North improved to 21-0 overall and 17-0 in the FVA. They also clinched the conference in the process. The Lightning were led by Kari Brekke and Sydney Levy, who scored 16 points each.
Appleton West 60, Fond Du Lac 38
Appleton East 44, Kaukauna 37
Kimberly 64, Oshkosh West 32
Neenah at Oshkosh North
Lena 52, St. Thomas Aquinas 18
Wausaukee 53, Coleman 22
Oneida Nation 48, Suring 43
Amherst 57, Markesan 39
Pacelli 46, Pittsville 27