HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL
Freedom 64, Little Chute 52
The Irish came out on top with a big road win over rival Little Chute Monday, led by Charlie Jadin’s 21 points. Dwight Green had 12 and Ty Bricker scored 10 for Freedom. Devin Plate let Little Chute with 21 points.
Wrightstown 63, Clintonville 56
Nathan Kruger had 19 points for Clintonville, but it wouldn’t be enough for the Truckers to top Wrightstown. James Hansen led all scorers with 25 points. He also had five rebounds and three steals to lead the Tigers. Tyler Petermann posted a double-double for Clintonville with 13 points and 10 rebounds.
Luxemburg-Casco 102, Southern Door 74
The Spartans shot an impressive 16-of-29 from long range to blow by non-conference Southern Door. Mitchell Jandrin paced Luxemburg-Casco with 26 points on six 3-pointers. Bryce TeKulve chipped in 24 points.
Ashwaubenon 65, Green Bay Preble 57 (Overtime)
Ben Wittig scored 25 points to lead Ashwaubenon to the overtime win. The Jaguars outscored Preble 15-7 in the extra period
Marion 47, Tigerton 34
Westfield 70, Port Edwards 57
Pittsville 59, Tri-County 28
Wautoma 57, Weyauwega-Fremont 50
Laona-Wabeno 78, Coleman 56
Oneida Nation 72, Lena 66
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL
Kimberly 50, Hortonville 52
Hortonville’s leading scorer Shay Frederick was held scoreless in the first half, but was strong will 11 points in the second half. The inside play of Kimberly was too much for Hortonville, as the Papermakers rolled to a 60-52 win.
West De Pere 60, Green Bay East 23
The Phantoms clinched the Bay for the third consecutive year, as they remain undefeated in conference. Brehna Evans had a game-high 23 points, while Liz Edinger had 16.
Fox Valley Lutheran 38, Winnebago Lutheran 32
Jenna Bruss led the Foxes with 11 points.
Pulaski 69, Manitowoc Lincoln 34
Ally Tonn poured in 20 points, 15 coming from beyond the arch to propel the Red Raiders to victory. Emily Higgins added nine points.
Notre Dame 106, Sheboygan South 27
Maddie Reitz was one of 11 players to score for the Tritons, with 17 points, as Notre Dame crossed the century mark in easy fashion.
Fond Du Lac 65, Kaukauna 30
Ally Gietzel led Fond Du Lac with 17 points.
Oshkosh North 68, Oshkosh West 47
Goodman-Pembine 55, St. Thomas Aquinas Academy 33
Tigerton 47, Marion 42
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 47, Prentice 46