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GIRLS BASKETBALL

OOSTBURG 63, XAVIER 54

APPLETON – The Flying Dutchmen outscored the Hawks by nine points in the second half to pull away for the win.

Ashley Ternes scored 28 points to lead Oostburg, including 16 in the second half. Brynn Wisse and Alex Voskuil both added 10 points.

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Xavier was led by Sammie Buss, who made six 3-pointers and scored 18 points.

Oostburg  27  36  –  63

Xavier  27  27  –  54

Oostburg: Wisse 10, Soerens 2, Jaeger 5, Mittag 4, Voskuil 10, Ternes 28, Westerbeke 4. 3-pt: Voskuil. FT: 18-23. Fouls: 9.

Xavier: Standish 7, Fields 4, B. Feldkamp 7, Vande Hey 2, D. Feldkamp 4, Martine 4, Buss 18, Stempa 4, Neumann 4. 3-pt: Buss 6, Standish, B. Feldkamp, D. Feldkamp. FT: 5-8. Fouls: 18.

OCONTO 69, WEYAUWEGA-FREMONT 33

GILLETT – The Blue Devils doubled up on the Warhawks to take a 16-point halftime lead en route to the win.

Lianna Baxter and Addisyn Viestenz led Oconto with 23 and 21 points, respectively. Kyanne Wusterbarth added 10 points.

Baxter and Viestenz had 10 and eight rebounds, respectively.

Oconto committed 19 turnovers but also had 20 steals against Weyauwega-Fremont.

Weyauwega-Fremont  16  17  –  33

Oconto  32  37  –  69

Oconto: Wusterbarth 10, Ad. Viestenz 21, Allan 4, Moe 4, Hendzel 3, Baxter 23, Reed 2, Al. Viestenz 2. 3-pt: Viestenz 3, Baxter. FT: 11-17. Fouls: 17.

LOYAL 60, ROSHOLT 26

LOYAL – The Greyhounds led by 16 points at halftime and cruised to the victory.

Loyal was led by Sheila Tellock with 12 points and Natasha Tellock with 11 points.

Rosholt was led by Lexi Lemanczyk with nine points.

Rosholt  19  7 –   26

Loyal  35  25  –  60

Rosholt: Trzebiatowski 1, B. Lemanczyk 2, Trzinski 6, L. Lemanczyk 9, Lorbiecki 8. 3-pt: Lorbiecki 2. FT: 4-11. Fouls: 13.

Loyal: Alyssia Zvolena 6, Lindner 3, Peroshek 5, Schley 6, Kubista 3, S. Tellock 12, Nikolai 2, Brecht 4, N. Tellock 11, Autumn Zvolena 2, Rakovec 6. 3-pt: Schley 2, S. Tellock 2, Lindner, Brecht. FT: 8-12. Fouls: 18.

CRIVITZ 49, GOODMAN-PEMBINE 8

CRIVITZ – The Wolverines made strong usage of their bench with 10 players on the roster scoring in the win over Goodman-Pembine.

Bailey Jose-Bemis led Crivitz with eight points.

Goodman-Pembine  4  4  –  8

Crivitz  28  21  –  49

Goodman-Pembine: Ca. Gilbert 2, Streitzel 4, Co. Gilbert 2. 3-pt: None. FT: 2-4. Fouls: 14.

Crivitz: Gruzynski 5, Watson 4, Chilcote 1, Jose-Bemis 8, Werner 4, Franzmeier 2, C. Guns 7, N. Guns 7, Sellen 4, Dusick 7. 3-pt: None. FT: 11-16. Fouls: 4.

WRIGHTSTOWN 51, VALDERS 43 (WEDNESDAY)

GREEN BAY – The Tigers outscored the Vikings 29-16 in the second half to rally for the win at the Kress Center.

Leah Lemke led Wrightstown with 22 points.

Valders was led by Kaitlyn Fischer with 12 points.

Wrightstown  22  29  –  51

Valders  27  16  –  43

Wrightstown: Radtke 2, Lemke 22, K. Colwell 5, Vickman 8, Theunis 2, M. Colwell 2, Kiel 5, Peters 2, Bruecker 3. 3-pt: Lemke 2, Kiel, Bruecker. FT: 17-19. Fouls: 13.

Valders: Tuschel 6, C. Hammel 9, Kocian 2, Fischer 12, Hickman 2, Romuald 5, T. Hammel 5, Nuenfeldt 2. 3-pt: Tuschel 2, C. Hammel, Fischer 2, T. Hammel. FT: 7-14. Fouls: 13.

BOYS BASKETBALL

MOSINEE 75, GREEN BAY PREBLE 69

GREEN BAY – Mosinee scrapped its way to a win over Green Bay Preble with Davin Stoffel scoring 27 points.

Drake Grod and Keagan Jirschele added 16 and 10 points, respectively, for Mosinee.

Austin Renard had an impressive game for Preble, scoring 15 points and grabbing 17 rebounds. Tommy Michaels led Preble with 19 points. Sam Hummel and Reese Berg both added 12 points.

Mosinee  41  34  –  75

Green Bay Preble  39  30  –  69

Mosinee: Grod 16, Dorn 8, Garski 4, Kowalski 1, Jirschele 10, Miller 9, Stoffel 27. 3-pt: Grod 4, Dorn, Jirschele, Miller. FT: 12-22.

Green Bay Preble: Hummel 12, Heinemeyer 2, Racine 2, Berg 12, Cortes-Buenrostro 7, Michaels 19, Renard 15. 3-pt: Hummel, Berg 2, Cortes-Buenrostro, Renard 2. FT: 19-27.

MENASHA 67, KINGDOM PREP LUTHERAN 45

GREEN BAY – The Bluejays had four players scored in double figures in the win over the Wolfpack.

Jalen Womack led Menasha with 18 points, while Jaxson Dillon added 17. Riley Yonker and Sam Siegel contributed 14 and 10 points, respectively.

Dino Cook Jr. led Kingdom Prep Lutheran with 19 points.

Menasha  33  34  –  67

Kingdom Prep Lutheran  22  23  –  45

Menasha: Dillon 17, Siegel 10, Yonker 14, Womack 18, Jones 4, Zielinski 2, Tate 2. 3-pt: Dillon 3, Yonker 2, Womack. FT: 5-9.

Kingdom Prep Lutheran: Grandbury 5, Pendleton 6, Woods 4, Cunningham 8, Wright 3, Cook Jr. 19. 3-pt: Cunningham 2, Wright. FT: 12-21.

WAUSAU EAST 65, OWEN-WITHEE 63

STRATFORD – Gabe Napgezek scored at the buzzer to lift the Lumberjacks to the victory.

Napgezek finished with 17 points and 15 rebounds. Noah Stroming added 20 points and had seven rebounds.

TWO RIVERS 58, ALGOMA 48

TWO RIVERS – The Purple Raiders led by eight points at halftime in the victory over the Wolves.

Casey Hibbard led Two Rivers with 14 points. Brady Richards added 12 points and Elijah Mott scored 11.

Algoma was led by Carter Zimmerman with 20 points and Kaden Vardon with 18 points.

Algoma  22  26  –  48

Two Rivers  30  28  –  58

Algoma: Zimmerman 20, Robertson 6, Vardon 18, Vandervest 2, Zimmer 2. 3-pt: Robertson 2, Zimmerman, Vardon. FT: 4-6. Fouls: 21.

Two Rivers: Gauger 7, Hibbard 14, Richards 12, Rehrauer 2, Popp 9, Matt 11, Phillips 3. 3-pt: Richards 2, Gauger, Popp, Mott. FT: 11-19. Fouls: 8.

MANITOWOC LUTHERAN 84, NEW HOLSTEIN 53

KIEL – Ethan Menges scored 20 points and pulled down eight rebounds to lead the Lancers over the Huskies.

August Hecker added 16 points and 10 assists and Sho Fukasawa added 10 points for Manitowoc Lutheran.

Manitowoc Lutheran shot extremely well, making 12-of-26 3-point shots and 20-of-36 shots overall.

Manitowoc Lutheran  43  41  –  84

New Holstein  32  21  –  53

Manitowoc Lutheran: Fukasawa 10, Stanzel 3, Marohn 9, Menges 20, Czarneski 2, Melso 6, Franzen 4, Hecker 16, Schultz 5, Lukasek 9 . 3-pt: Stanzel, Marohn 3, Menges 2, Melso 2, Hecker, Lukasek 3. FT: 8-13. Fouls: 14.

APPLETON EAST 65, CHIPPEWA FALLS 42 (WEDNESDAY)

GREEN BAY – Zach Steigenberger scored 13 points to lead four Patriots in double figures at the Kress Center.

Caleb Glaser added 12 points, while Tyler Borowski and Joey La Chapell both had 10 points for East.

Appleton East  38  27  –  65

Chippewa Falls  23  19  –  42

Appleton East: Borowski 10, La Chapell 10, Parker 6, Glaser 12, Keil 3, Steigenberger 13, Thompson 4, Feldhausen 5, Klitzke 2. 3-pt: Borowski 2, La Chapell 2, Steigenberger 2, Parker. FT: 6-8. Fouls: 19.

Chippewa Falls: Quigley 3, Twyman 14, Crumbaker 1, Gugel 9, Lindner 6, Monarski 9. 3-pt: Quigley, Gugel. FT: 10-14. Fouls: 10.

BOYS HOCKEY

DE PERE 4, BROOKFIELD 3

DE PERE – Gavin Steuber scored an even-strength goal at 2:32 of overtime to lift the Voyageurs past the Stars.

Brookfield led 1-0 in the first period before De Pere took the lead on goals by Tanner Newton and Allen Butrymowicz.

Brookfield scored once in the second period and once in the third for a 3-2 lead.

De Pere got the goal from Butrymowicz that sent the game into overtime.

Newton had three assists for De Pere, while Tommy Vandelist, Martin Blaha and Jack Welsing each had one assist.

Keegan Handrick had 26 saves in goal for De Pere. Josiah Dieman had 25 saves for Brookfield.

NOTRE DAME 5, MADISON EDGEWOOD 3

ASHWAUBENON – The Tritons scored four third-period goals to rally past the Crusaders.

Trailing 2-0 after one period, Notre Dame got a goal from Isaac Rentmeester in the second period.

In the third period, Notre Dame tied the game on Hunter Bill’s goal only to see Edgewood again regain the lead.

Notre Dame then put in three goals in less than three minutes to take control of the game. Callan Budinger, Bryce Eberhardt and Mason Peapenburg scored the goals for the Tritons.

Hunter Bill and Brenden Gruber both had two assists. Rentmeester, Michael McIntee and Joseph Coghlin each had one assist.

Addison Tyczkowski had seven saves for Notre Dame. Lleyton Jaschke had four saves.

SUPERIOR 3, WAUSAU WEST 2

ASHWAUBENON – The Spartans defeated the Warriors via shootout in the third overtime.

Wausau West got its goals from Thomas Gerum on an unassisted power play in the first period and from Braydon Hurtig with an assist from Lucas Williams in the third period.

Colin Mertes had 34 saves for Wausau West. Trent Peterson had 27 saves for Superior.

REEDSBURG/WISCONSIN DELLS/MAUSTON 5, WISCONSIN RAPIDS 2

BARABOO – Reedsburg/Wisconsin Dells/Mauston snapped a 2-2 tie with three goals in the third period in the win over the Red Raiders.

Wisconsin Rapids got its goals from Josh Dekarske and Carson Gunderson. Carsen Gause and Dekarske had assists for Wisconsin Rapids.

Dakota Blasky had 26 saves for Wisconsin Rapids. Cooper Oakes had 26 saves for Reedsburg/Wisconsin Dells/Mauston.

OREGON 6, FOX CITIES STARS 1

DELAFIELD – The Panthers built a 4-0 lead through two periods in the win over the Stars.

Fox Cities got its only goal at 3:32 of the third period when Owen Wheeler scored. Owen Mursau got the assist.

Josh Kean had 16 saves for Oregon. Dylan Grammont had 37 saves for Fox Cities.

GIRLS HOCKEY

ST. CROIX VALLEY 2, CENTRAL WISCONSIN STORM 0

MADISON – The Fusion scored in the first and third periods in the win over the Storm.

St. Croix Valley was outshot by Central Wisconsin 22-16.

Jasmine Peterson had 22 saves for St. Croix Valley. Chloe Lemke had 14 saves for Central Wisconsin.

Varsity high school coaches or their statisticians should email results to sports@gannettwisconsin.com.


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