@ Suring Invite
Three teams finished 1-1 at the Suring Invite. Lena defeated Oneida Nation, but lost to Suring. Oneida defeated Suring. Lena was led by Kaylee Huberty with 9 kills and 12 aces. Suring was led by Nikki Niemann with 7 kills.
@ Coleman Invite
Wausaukee swept the field at the Coleman Triangular. Wausaukee beat Niagara and Coleman. Coleman also fell to Niagara.
@ Gillett Triangular
Crivitz finished the day 2-0 with wins over Gillett and STAA. Gillett’s Faith Sorlie had 13 kills and 10 digs along with 4 aces. Gillett beat STAA to finish 1-1.
@ Reedsville Triangular
Freedom went 2-0 to win the Reedsville Triangular. Freedom beat Sturgeon Bay 25-16, 31-29, 25-16 and beat Reedsville 25-21, 25-9, 25-7 in straight sets. Freedom was led by Catherine Johnson with 13 digs, Linnea Willier with 17 kills and Calista Brockman with 4 blocks.
@Little Chute Quad
Little Chute won their own quad with a 3-0 record, defeating Chilton, Wauwotosa West and Berlin.
Pulaski 7, Luxemburg-Casco 0
Chris Bierman and Lucas Jensen both scored a pair of goals to lead Pulaski to a 7-0 win over Luxemburg-Casco. Spartan goalkeeper Cade Peppin had 24 saves despite the loss.
Marshfield 5, Ashwaubenon 3
Marshfield scored two late goals in the second half to pull away.
Kaukauna 2, Hortonville 0
Kaukauna scored two second half goals to beat Hortonville 2-0.
Fox Valley Lutheran 6, Gresham Bowler 0
Gresham/Bowler was shutout by Fox Valley Lutheran 6-0 in a Non-Conference game. Austin Hoersch had the special touch for the Foxes, scoring four goals to lead the way.
Kiel 6, Denmark 2
Green Bay Southwest 2, Green Bay East 1
Appleton North 4, Kimberly 3
Oshkosh North 2, Appleton West 1
Manitowoc Lincoln 9, Little Chute 1
Menasha 3, Merrill 0
@ Chief Kahquados Invite
Freedom Boys took the team title at the Chief Kahquados Invite with multiple runners in the top 10. Peshtigo was 2nd place. Freedom’s top finisher was Alex Klarner who placed third.
Freedom girls took first place. Lauren Vosters was 2nd and Jaci Hintz was 4th to lead the way. The overall winner was Sylvia Hansen of Gillett.
Bay Port won the team title in West De Pere’s Enduro Invite, as Kyle Thieme led the way. West De Pere’s Jermaine Evans took first place overall and Riley Volkman of Seymour was 3rd.
Bay Port won the girls race with Savannah Huben leading the way. Rachel Hoffman of Bay Port was 2nd and Rebekah Buboltz of West De Pere was third. Seymour was led by Laura Spaude who finished 5th.
@Jaguar Classic at Highland Ridge
Xavier and Bay Port finished tied for first place with rounds of 69 to lead the field at the Jaguar Golf Classic. Waupaca and Freedom tied for second place with Notre Dame. Pulaski was third, Ashwauebenon was 4th and was tied with Shawano. De Pere finished 5th.
Kaukauna 170, Oshkosh North 230
Fond Du Lac 196, Neenah 205
Green Bay East 6, West De Pere 1
Green Bay Preble 4, West De Pere 3
Ashwaubenon 7, Pacelli 0
Neenah 7, Kaukauna 0
Xavier 7, Fox Valley Lutheran 0
@ Seymour Quad
Seymour 179, New London 142, Colby 132, Marinette 42
Seymour won their own quad by winning the 200 Medley Releay, the 200 Free Relay, and five individual events. New London won the 400 Relay and Ellie Ott won the 200.