Here are Friday's high school sports results

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Sheboygan Lutheran's Rose Hahn (5) launches a shot against Kohler, Friday, January 14, 2022, in Kohler, Wis.
Sheboygan Lutheran's Rose Hahn (5) launches a shot against Kohler, Friday, January 14, 2022, in Kohler, Wis.

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BOYS BASKETBALL

NEENAH 59, APPLETON EAST 55

APPLETON - Round two goes to the Rockets.

Chevalier Emery Jr. scored 20 points and Carter Thomas added 19 to lead the Rockets past host Appleton East, avenging an earlier loss to the Patriots in Neenah.

Neenah improved to 13-1 overall and 8-1 in the Fox Valley Association, where the Rockets are in sole possession for first place. It was also the 10th consecutive victory for the Rockets.

“We’ve played in close games and tonight we just needed to right ourselves on offense,” Neenah coach Lee Rabas said. “It’s amazing when you do a better job on offense then your defense becomes a lot better. Just taking better shots you have better floor balance. Bad shots typically lead to easy baskets for the other team and it was just a matter of that."

Neenah battled back from a 17-4 deficit to start the game and trailed just 27-25 at the half. A slow start by the Rockets to start the game was answered by a spirited performance from Emery Jr., who scored 14 of his game-high 20 points in the second half.

“The game was a great game and the atmosphere was crazy,” Emery Jr. said. “We knew we wanted to win and we had guys that wanted to compete and we knew the last loss them stung a little bit. We just wanted to get a win and we did.”

Neenah took the lead for good on a Emery Jr. 3-pointer with 2:06 left in the game. From there the Rockets hit just enough free throws to hold off East and get the win.

East (12-2, 7-2) was led by Tyler Borowski’s 14 points with Caleb Glaser adding 12.

“The second half, I was a little antsy because we got a bunch of stops in a row and we really didn’t take advantage,” Rabas said. “And it could have gone either way. We both had chances to take hold of it and neither of us did. Every time when of us would get a 1 or 2-point lead we would let the other back up. Would have been nice to bury a couple of free throws a little sooner, but we did a nice job though the last minute and a half defensively. We didn’t do such a hot job against their high-low stuff in the five-to-two minute range and we’ll have to address that.

“I’m happy for the kids they were obviously not happy with themselves when we played them the first time.”

Neenah 25 34 - 59

Appleton East 27 28 - 55

Neenah: Schmidt 6, Emery Jr. 20, Corso 10, Paider 4, Thomas 19.

Appleton East: La Chapell 6, Borowski 14, Parker 3, Glaser 12, Kiel 4, Steigenberger 6, Thompson 2, Feldhausen 8.

ASHWAUBENON 58, DE PERE 56

ASHWAUBENON - Marcus Tomashek scored 41 points to lead the Jaguars to the win over the Redbirds and hand top-ranked De Pere its first loss of the season.

Matt Imig added 9 points while Drew Tomashek and Jayden Schoen had 3 points. Boone Kirst had 2.

De Pere 31 25 - 56

Ashwaubenon 31 27 - 58

De Pere: Hornseth 13, J. Kinziger 13, Z. Kinziger 10, Jorgensen 9, Demovsky 5, Herman 5, Willihnganz 1. 3-pt: J. Kinziger 3, Jorgensen 2, Herman, Z Kinziger, Demovsky. FT: 8-10.

Ashwaubenon: M. Tomashek 41, Imig 9, D. Tomashek 3, Schoen 3, Kirst 2. 3-pt: M. Tomashek 5, Imig 2, D. Tomashek, Schoen. FT: 9-12.

KAUKAUNA 67, APPLETON NORTH 61

APPLETON - Chris Morgan scored seven points in overtime and Amari Allen was 6-for-6 at the free throw in the extra period to lead the Ghosts to the win over the Lightning.

Allen finished with 25 points while Morgan had 22 points.

Appleton North was led by Max Nelson with 17 points. Garrett Staszak had 14 points while Trent Mullen and Brock Donaldson both had 11 points.

Kaukauna 30 24 13 - 67

Appleton North 23 31 7 - 61

Kaukauna: Mudler 3, Allen 25, Morgan 22, O’Neill 8, Waldrop 9. 3-pt: Mudler, Allen 2, Morgan. FT: 15-22. Fouls: 20.

Appleton North: Mullen 11, Budiac 4, Donaldson 11, Gilbert 2, Staszak 14, Nelson 17, Isom 2. 3-pt: Staszak 4, Nelson. FT: 8-17. Fouls: 19.

NOTRE DAME 62, MANITOWOC LINCOLN 59

MANITOWOC - Chris Mitchell’s game-high 27 points, including six 3-pointers, powered the Tritons past the Ships.

Brayden Kennedy notched a team-high 16 points for Lincoln.

Notre Dame 27 35 - 62

Manitowoc Lincoln 29 30 - 59

Notre Dame: Mitchell 27, Lawton 11, Wall-Atim 6, Warden 6, Hornacek 5, King 4, Curtin 3. 3-pt: Mitchell 6, Lawton 2. FT: 12-23. Fouls: 20.

Manitowoc Lincoln: Kennedy 16, Wigand 9, Peterson 8, Dopirak 5, Erdmann 5, Cornell 4, Stewart 4, Krall 3, Prange 3, Portmann 2. 3-pt: Kennedy 2, Peterson, Erdmann, Prange. FT: 18-26. Fouls: 19.

SHEBOYGAN NORTH 61, GREEN BAY SOUTHWEST 54

GREEN BAY - The Golden Raiders took a five-point lead into halftime and never looked back on Friday.

Luke Schmidt scored a team-high 14 points for North. Connor Pytleski tallied a game-high 19 points to lead Southwest.

Sheboygan North 33 28 - 61

Green Bay Southwest 28 26 - 54

Sheboygan North: Schoenberger 11, Seymour 8, Tutas 6, Schoessow 7, Schmidt 14, Debbink 8, Walter 5, Martinez 2. 3-pt: Seymour 2, Tutas, Schmidt 2, Debbink, Walter. FT: 14-20. Fouls: 16.

Green Bay Southwest: VanBoxtel 3, Bohn 1, Foster 7, Pytleski 19, Schoonover-Vivians 12, Bzdawka 3, Rauschenbach 8, Yang 1. 3-pt: VanBoxtel, Foster, Pytleski 2, Bzdawka. FT: 7-13. Fouls: 16.

FREEDOM 77, DENMARK 69

DENMARK - The Irish outscored the Vikings by 13 points in the second half to overcome a five-point halftime deficit and get the win.

Blake Kortz scored 17 points in the second half and led Freedom with 23 points. Landon VanCalster had 20 points with Jace Midbon adding 19. Midbon came up big for Freedom at the free throw line, making 11-of-14.

Donovan Short led Denmark with 42 points including six 3-pointers.

Freedom 32 45 - 77

Denmark 37 32 - 69

Freedom: Kortz 23, Jochimsen 8, Midbon 19, Greiner 3, Vosters 2, VanCalster 20, Moser 2. 3-pt: Kortz 4, Midbon 2, Greiner, VanCalster 2. FT: 16-25. Fouls: 16.

Denmark: Ovsak 3, Derricks 2, Short 42, DeGrave 6, Konkol 11, Miller 3, Satori 2. 3-pt: Ovsak, Short 6, Konkol 2. FT: 12-19. Fouls: 18.

LUXEMBURG-CASCO 60, WRIGHTSTOWN 39

LUXEMBURG - Luxemburg-Casco took an 11-point lead into the locker room at halftime and didn’t look back on Friday.

Peyton Mrotek’s game-high 18 points powered Lux-Casco. Jason Leitzke led the Tigers with eight points.

Wrightstown 25 14 - 39

Luxemburg-Casco 34 26 - 60

Wrightstown: Eoinger 4, Leitzke 8, Mattes 3, Hermann 2, Diny 2, Riha 2, Ratkowski 2, Cavanaugh 5, Stenzel 5, Lewandowski 3, Bousley 3. 3-pt: Leitzke 2, Cavanaugh, Stenzel, Lewandowski. FT: 4-9. Fouls: 20.

Luxemburg-Casco: Koss 2, Dahlke 7, Mrotek 18, Rollin 3, Deprez 16, Parins 3, Blohowiak 11. 3-pt: Deprez 2, Parins. FT: 13-21. Fouls: 18.

BAY PORT 71, PULASKI 46

PULASKI - The Pirates shot 61 percent in the first half to build an 18-point halftime lead in their win over the Red Raiders.

Vince Vandervest led Pulaski with 13 points. Nate Foystek added 12 points and 11 rebounds while Jackson Yanda and AJ Lieuwen added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Pulaski was led by Derek Shaw’s 16 points. Gatlin Robaidek added 12 and 10 rebounds.

Bay Port 39 32 - 71

Pulaski 21 25 - 46

Bay Port: Jacques 6, Houle 5, Buchinger 8, Forystek 12, Gonnering 1, Vandervest 13, Cornette 3, Hackett 2, Lieuwen 10, Yanda 11. 3-pt: 6-12. FT: 9-15. Fouls: 11.

Pulaski: Hasser 4, Robaidek 12, Shaw 16, Olsen 2, Wotruba 9, Schlutz 3. 3-pt: Shaw 3, Wotruba, Schultz. FT: 5-9. Fouls: 14.

ST. MARY’S SPRINGS 67, LOMIRA 45

LOMIRA - Lucas Rameker made five 3-pointers and finished with 19 points to lead the Ledgers to the win over the Lions.

Josiah Moul added 16 for St. Mary’s Springs while Gavin Jahns added 11.

Jaden Billings led Lomira with 16 points.

St. Mary’s Springs 23 44 - 67

Lomira 22 23 - 45

St. Mary’s Springs: Moul 16, Baker 8, Flitter 5, Rameker 19, Koffman 6, Bauer 2, Jahns 11. 3-pt: Moul 2, Baker 2, Flitter, Rameker 5, Jahns. FT: 6-7. Fouls: 15.

Lomira: Harman 1, Billings 16, Filber 2, Luedtke 5, Wollersheim 4, Hahn 2, Goebel 4, Steers 4, Braeger 7. 3-pt: Billings 3, Luedtke. FT: 9-12. Fouls: 11.

SOUTHERN DOOR 60, GIBRALTAR 53

FISH CREEK - The Eagles outscored the Vikings 16-5 at the free throw line to get the victory.

Nic Pierre led Southern Door with 19 points. Drew Daoust and Logan Jeanquart added 13 and 11 points, respectively.

Jake Schar and Will Friedenfels both scored 12 points to lead Gibraltar.

Southern Door 30 30 - 60

Gibraltar 28 25 - 53

Southern Door: Daoust 13, Peterson 9, Pierre 19, Jeanquart 11, Schaefer 8. 3-pt: Peterson, Pierre 4, Jeanquart 3. FT: 16-19. Fouls: 10.

Gibraltar: Sitte 2, Burgess 1, Lindenberg 4, M.Jaurequi 4, Salm 7, A.Jaurequi 7, Schar 12, Ash 4, Friedenfels 12. 3-pt: Salm, A.Jaurequi, Schar 4. FT: 5-6. Fouls: 20.

NEW LUTHERAN 63, PESHTIGO 59

GREEN BAY - Tristian Lynch tallied a game-high 17 points to lead NEW Lutheran past Peshtigo.

Lutheran led by four at the half and was able to maintain that margin in the second half.

Landon Lemke led Peshtigo with 16 points including a pair of 3-pointers.

Peshtigo 23 36 - 59

NEW Lutheran 27 36 - 63

Peshtigo: Doberstein 8, Boyle 9, Salem 5, McMahon 7, Fort 8, Lemke 16, Engman 6. 3-pt: Doberstein 2, Boyle 2, McMahon, Lemke 2. FT: 8-17. Fouls: 16.

NEW Lutheran: Henschel 2, Dhein 12, Sabel 2, Huguet 9, Meestein 13, Lynch 17, Gosse 8. 3-pt: Dhein 3, Huguet, Meerstein 2, Lynch 3 FT: 4-11. Fouls: 10.

STURGEON BAY 64, ALGOMA 46

ALGOMA - Isaac Aune and Preston Newton combined for 22 second-half points to held the Clippers pull away from the Wolves.

Aune finished with 18 points for Sturgeon Bay. Gannon Evers and Netwon added 16 and 11 points, respectively.

Carter Zimmerman led Algoma with 28 points. Carter Zimmer added 12.

Sturgeon Bay 20 44 - 64

Algoma 21 25 - 46

Sturgeon Bay: Ulberg 5, Aune 18, D.Lodl 8, C.Lodl 3, Hubbard 3, Newton 11, Evers 16. 3-pt: Ulberg, Aune 3, D.Lodl 2, C.Lodl, Newton. FT: 4-11. Fouls: 12.

Algoma: Zimmerman 28, Lischka 2, Vardon 4, Zimmer 12. 3-pt: Zimmerman 4. FT: 4-6. Fouls: 16.

LITTLE CHUTE 54, WAUPACA 29

WAUPACA - Little Chute rolled past Waupaca on Friday behind a game-high 16 points from Hunter Thiel.

Little Chute 32 22 - 54

Waupaca 16 13 - 29

Little Chute: Engle 8, Kerrigan 2, Weigman 4, Dercks 2, Joten 4, VanAsten 11, Maronek 5, Bergin 2, Thiel 16. 3-pt: Engle, Weigman, VanAsten, Maronek. FT: 6-9. Fouls: 14.

Waupaca: FT: 1-3. Fouls: 13.

BOYS HOCKEY

WAUPACA 5, NORTHLAND PINES 1

WAUPACA - The Comets broke a 1-1 tie after the first period with a pair of second period goals and cruised to the win over the Eagles.

Braeden Ryan, Max Gusmer, Sawyer Mielke, Ryan Mace and Evan Saunders each found the back of the net for Waupaca.

Blake Schoenecker had 2 assists for Waupaca while Colin Everts, Jayce Koshollek and Mace had 1 assist.

Hagen Rasmussen had 19 saves for Waupaca. Eli Kerner had 22 saves for Northland Pines.

WAUKESHA 7, DE PERE 5

DE PERE - The Wings built a 5-2 lead through 2 periods and then held off the Voyageurs for the victory.

De Pere’s goals were scored by Lucas Bartelt, Allen Butrymowicz, Evan Ott, Martin Blaha and Sam Thompson.

Ott had 2 assists for De Pere while Jack Welsing, John Merkatoris, Tanner Newton, Bartlte and Tommy Vandelist each had 1 assist.

Keegan Handrick and Anton Widas split time in goal. Handrick had 4 saves. Widas had 5.

Dante Desidero had 34 saves for Waukesha.

BOYS SWIMMING

RHINELANDER 486, APPLETON NORTH/EAST 390, OREGON 385, ASHWAUBENON 277, GREEN BAY UNITED 252, OSHKOSH NORTH/LOURDES 165, OSHKOSH WEST 94, APPLETON WEST/KIMBERLY 89

200 Medley R: 1, Rhinelander (Carter Gaber, Jack Antonuk, Daniel Gillingham, Mathias Fugle) 1:43.54; 2, Green Bay United (Nathan Gehm, Mikhail Neverman, Kyler Simonet, Coleman LaBlanc) 1:47.92; 3, Ashwaubenon (Alexander Smits, Anthony Hendrickson, Andrew Hodek, Ryan Jadin) 1:51.00; 4, Rhinelander (Dolan O’Malley, Shawn Denis, Zaca King, Marcus O’Malley) 1:51.70. 200 Free: 1, Ian Ridlehoover ANE 1:48.72; 2 Jackson Hodek ASH 1:49.70; 3, Jack Antonuk RH 1:55.16; 4, Josh Weber ORE 1:55.81. 200 IM: 1, Sam Bork ANE 1:54.71; 2, Alexander Smits ASH 2:08.93; 3, Samson Shinners RH 2:10.54; 4, David Stevenson ORE 2:12.59. 50 Free: 1, Spencer Stluka ORE :22.11; 2, Cooper Herr ASH :22.59; 3, Daniel Gillingham RH :23.01; 4, Mason Konopacki ORE :23.23. 100 Fly: 1, Mikhail Neverman GBU :54.45; 2, Daniel Gillingham RH :56.02; 3, Kyler Simonet GBU :56.43; 4, Brock Arrowood RH :56.95. 100 Free: 1, Cooper Herr ASH :49.25; 2, Josh Weber ORE :51.66; 3, Samson Shinners RH :52.40; 4, Ryan Jadin ASH :53.08. 500 Free: 1, Ian Ridlehoover ANE 4:53.39; 2, Jackson Hodek ASH 5:00.49; 3, Andrew Hodek ASH 5:11.60; 4, Dolan O’Malley RH 5:29.23. 200 Free R: 1, Appleton North/East (Sam Bork, EvanHansel, Mehul Rangbulla, Ian Ridlehoover) 1:31.17; 2, Oregon (Mason Konopacki, David Stevenson, Josh Weber, Spencer Stluka) 1:31.36; 3, Rhinelander (Daniel Gillingham, Jac Antonuk, Brock Arrowood, Samson Shinners) 1:34.88; 4, Ashwaubenon (Cooper Herr, Ryan Jadin, Anthony Hendrickson, Jackson Hodek) 1:36.41. 100 Back: 1, Mikhail Neverman GBU :56.28; 2, Carter Gaber RH :57.47; 3, Zacha King RH :59.73; 4, Mason Konopacki ORE 1:00.52. 100 Breast: 1, Sam Bork ANE :58.50; 2, Jack Antonuk RH 1:04.73; 3, David Stevenson ORE 1:05.79; 4, Mathias Fugle RH 1:08.99. 400 Free R: 1, Appleton North/East (Sam Bork, Evan Hansen, Mehul Rangbulla, Ian Ridlehoover) 3:22.45; 2, Oregon (Spencer Stluka, Josh Weber, Mason Konopacki, David Stevenson) 3:26.24; 3, Ashwaubenon (Cooper Herr, Andrew Hodek, Alexander Smits, Jackson Hodek) 3:31.14; 4, Rhinelander (Brock Arrowood, Carter Gaber, Mathias Fugle, Samson Shinnes) 3:33.11.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

NEENAH 92, APPLETON EAST 74

NEENAH - The Rockets picked up their biggest win of the season to date with the 18-point victory over the Patriots.

Allie Ziebell poured in 37 points and also had 10 rebounds, six assists and three steals. Ava Kok added 20 points and Paige Werner chipped in 11.

Emily La Chapell scored 29 points to lead Appleton East with Sammi Beyer adding 27.

Neenah (9-3) had lost to Appleton East (13-3) earlier this season 63-42.

"(Ziebell) had a great game but Ava Kok and Paige Werner stepped up and made big shots to complement Allie," Neenah coach Andy Braunel said. "And Shelby Roth battled Emily La Chapell and made her earn her points. Solid team win."

Appleton East 41 33 - 74

Neenah 45 47 - 92

Appleton East: Hansford 3, Beyer 27, Rettler 2, La Chapell 29, Neubauer 4, Lowery 9. 3-pt: Hansford, Beyer 7, La Chapell 2, Lowry 3. FT: 9-12. Fouls: 14.

Neenah: Ziebell 37, Roth 8, A.Kok 20, S.Kok 8, Werner 11, Kirklewski 4, Jones 4. 3-pt: Ziebell 4, A.Kok 3, S.Kok 2, Werner 3. FT: 12-13. Fouls: 14.

ST. MARY CATHOLIC 80, MISHICOT 65

MISHICOT - The Zephyrs (13-1 overall) upset Mishicot as five players scored in double figures.

Chloe Vogel’s 21 points led the way for SMC, which is now tied atop the Big East North with Mishicot with 6-1 records. Sienna Anderson added 15 points with Lilly Griffith (14), Audrey Norville (11) and Jaydin Vosters (10) also reaching double figures for SMC.

Katelyn Callahan powered Mishicot with a team-high 18.

St. Mary Catholic 46 34 - 80

Mishicot 41 24 - 65

Mishicot: Tulachka 5, McArdle 9, Callahan 18, Koeppel 14, Stodola 2, Willems 15, Moyle 2. 3-pt: Callahan 2, Willems 3. FT: 14-21. Fouls: 17.

St. Mary Catholic: Griffith 14, C. Vogel 21, E. Vogel 9, Anderson 15, Norville 11, Vosters 10. 3-pt: Griffith 3, C. Vogel, Anderson 5. FT: 15-19. Fouls: 15.

WAUPUN 79, XAVIER 49

APPLETON - The Warriors shot well from the floor and the free throw line in defeating the Hawks.

Waupun was led by Abbie Aalsma with 18 points. Kayl Peterson had 15 points, Lydia Aalsma 14 points and Grace Gopalan 13 points.

Xavier was led by Delaney Feldkamp’s 16 points. Sammie Buss added 11.

Waupun 43 36 - 79

Xavier 27 22 - 49

Waupun: L.Aalsma 14, N.Aalsma 5, A.Aalsma 18, Vande Stree 2, Theune 4, Matamoros 8, Gopalan 13, Peterson 15. 3-pt: L.Aaslma 2, N.Aalsma, A.Aalsma 2, Golpalan 2. FT: 20-22. Fouls: 17.

Xavier: B.Feldkamp 6, D.Feldkamp 16, Simon 2, Martine 5, Buss 11, Neumann 7. 3-pt: D.Feldkamp, Buss 3, Neumann. FT: 12-20. Fouls: 18.

NOTRE DAME 83, MANITOWOC 36

GREEN BAY - The Tritons raced out to a 28-point halftime lead in the win over the Ships.

Hannah Greisen led Notre Dame (11-1) with 21 points. Sarah Hardwick and Trista Fayta added 17 and 13 points, respectively.

Manitowoc was led by Laurin Hamann with 13 points.

Manitowoc 16 20 - 36

Notre Dame 44 39 - 83

Manitowoc: Kennedy 3, Minikel 7, Fruzen 4, Dietrich 1, Moyle 2, Hamann 13, Lehman 2, Swoboda 4.

Notre Dame: Hardwick 17, Greszk 2, Fayta 13, Whitehouse 6, Barington 5, Brabant 10, Musial 9, Greisen 21.

DE PERE 59, ASHWAUBENON 53

DE PERE - The Redbirds made 11 3-pointers to power their way to the win over the Jaguars.

Jordan Meulemans led De Pere with 17 points. Claire Bjorge and Avery Bierowski both added 15 points.

Ashwaubenon was led by Nyia Marohl with 21 points. Hannah Hutto added 13.

Ashwaubenon 30 23 - 53

De Pere 40 29 - 69

Ashwaubenon: Justman 1, Lambrecht 2, Holford 3, Marohl 21, Phipps 2, Guarascio 8, Senger 3, Hutto 13. 3-pt: Holford, Senger. FT: 17-25. Fouls: 14.

De Pere: J.Ciesielczyk 5, Wall 2, M.Ciesielczyk 3, Witteck 6, Bjorge 15, Bierowski 15, Meulemans 17, Schneider 3, Hafeman 3 . 3-pt: J.Ciesielczyk, Witteck, Bjorge 3, Bierowski 3, Meulemans 2, Schneider. FT: 10-12. Fouls: 21.

KAUKAUNA 72, APPLETON NORTH 50

KAUKAUNA - Aspen Novy scored 16 points in the second half to help the Ghosts, who led by five points at halftime, pull away from the Lighting.

Novy finished with 19 points for Kaukauna. Alexa Kinas added 14 points.

Appleton North was paced by Karissa Smith and Shayna Williamson with 16 and 14 points, respectively.

Appleton North 26 24 - 50

Kaukauna 31 41 - 72

Appleton North: Williamson 14, Cochrane 6, Salm 4, Griffith 3, VandenBerg 5, Carey 2, Smith 16. 3-pt: Williamson, Cochrane 2, Griffith, Smith 4. FT: 6-12. Fouls: 18.

Kaukauna: Christopher 3, Robinson 3, Kinas 14, Jenson 5, Baumgart 9, Sippel 3, Lames 2, Tripp 3, Novy 19, Ebben 2, Zarneke 9. 3-pt: Kinas, Jenson, Baumgart 3, Sipoel, Tripp, Novy 4, Zarneke 2. FT: 13-20. Fouls: 13.

HORTONVILLE 63, KIMBERLY 44

KIMBERLY - Hortonville made short work of Kimberly on Friday, outscoring the Papermakers by 19.

Kallie Peppler notched a team-high 13 points for the victors with Lyric Johnson adding 11. Kimberly was led by Emma Kilpatrick’s game-high 19 points.

Hortonville 25 38 - 63

Kimberly 16 28 - 44

Hortonville: Welson 5, Ma. Werner 8, Mi. Werner 5, Johnson 11, Mocadlo 9, Kal. Peppler 13, Kam. Peppler 9. 3-pt: Welson, Mi. Werner, Mocadlo, Kal. Peppler 2, Kam. Peppler. Fouls: 17.

Kimberly: A. Kilpatrick 2, Dietrich 2, K. McGinnis 9, Drout 7, Sprangers 5, E. Kilpatrick 19. 3-pt: K. McGinnis, Sprangers, E. Kilpatrick. Fouls: 12.

APPLETON WEST 55, FOND DU LAC 46

FOND DU LAC - The Terrors outscored the Cardinals by 10 in the second half to overcome a one-point halftime deficit and pick up the win.

Olivia Peterson led Appleton West with 20 points. City Figlinski added 17 points.

Brooke Butler scored 24 points to lead Fond du Lac.

Appleton West 19 36 - 55

Fond du Lac 20 26 - 46

Appleton West: Rusch 4, Hiltgen 2, Dvorak 5, Figlinski 17, Peterson 20, Hinkens 2, Hammerton 5. 3-pt: Dvorak, Figlinski 3, Peterson 2, Hammerton. FT: 16-22. Fouls: 22.

Fond du Lac: Wood 2, Zimmerman 5, Koch 3, Zangl 4, Butler 24, Kejo 6. 3-pt: Zimmerman, Butler 4. FT: 3-8. Fouls: 20.

MARSHFIELD 64, SPASH 58, OT

STEVENS POINT - Avery Lilly had 21 points and Emma Jossie added 16 points and 13 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the Panthers dropped the overtime thriller to Marshfield at home.

Zoe Fink added 15 points for SPASH which was outscored 12-6 in the overtime.

MOSINEE 50, LAKELAND 46

MOSINEE - Mosinee got 16 points from Jenna Placek and 15 from Kate Fitzgerald in the win over the Thunderbirds.

Alexis Freiboth added 10 points from Mosinee.

Julianna Ouimette led Lakeland with 17 points. Ali Timmerman had 13 points and Lily Fortier added 11.

Lakeland 24 22 - 46

Mosinee 21 29 - 50

Lakeland: J.Ouimette 17, Fortier 11, Timmerman 13, K.Ouimette 5. 3-pt: J.Ouimette, Fortier 2, K.Ouimette. FT: 6-11. Fouls: 18.

Mosinee: Freiboth 10, Placek 16, Lehman 1, Selenske 5, Fitzgerald 15, Hai.Shnowske 2. 3-pt: Freiboth 2, Selenske. FT: 11-20. Fouls: 16.

BRILLION 48, KIEL 34

BRILLION - The Lions roared back after a slow first half with 33 points in the second half to topple the Raiders in Eastern Wisconsin Conference action.

Megan Schuman’s game-high 15 provided the biggest spark for Brillion.

Emma Adleman’s 11 points led Kiel.

Kiel 16 18 - 34

Brillion 15 33 - 48

Kiel: Ash 10, Aprill 3, Fromm 7, Meyer 3, Adleman 11. 3-pt: Aprill, Fromm, Meyer, Adleman. FT: 6-8. Fouls: 14.

Brillion: Emmer 9, Schuman 15, Dietrich 9, Schwahn 6, Schuh 3, Williams 6. 3-pt: Emmer, Dietrich 2, Schuh. FT: 10-15. Fouls: 8.

WITTENBERG-BIRNAMWOOD 45, WEYAUWEGA-FREMONT 37

WEYAUWEGA - Reese Rogowski scored 16 points and had five assists in the Chargers' victory over Weyauwega-Fremont.

Jadalynn Davids added 10 points for Wittenberg-Birnamwood.

SHEBOYGAN LUTHERAN 71, KOHLER 53

KOHLER - The Crusaders upped their record to 12-1 overall with the win over the Blue Bombers.

Addy Verhagen who scored 23 points in the second half finished with a career-high 28 points. Rose Hahn who scored 15 points in the first half finished with 20.

McKenna Holzrichter led Kohler with 17 points.

Sheboygan Lutheran 33 38 - 71

Kohler 21 22 - 53

Sheboygan Lutheran: Splittgerber 9, Verhagen 28, Hahn 20, Pape 7, Stricker 5, Arrians 2. 3-pt: Splittgerber 3, Verhagen 4, Hahn 3. FT: 3-10. Fouls: 15.

Kohler: Stoffregen 5, Wichman 6, Cole 4, Holzrichter 17, Udovich 5, Schumacher 6. 3-pt: Wichman. FT: 8-16. Fouls: 8.

HILBERT 70, OZAUKEE 53

HILBERT - Meghan Propson scored 26 points to lead the Wolves to the win over the Warriors.

Laney Halbach added 17 points for Hilbert. Emmery Wiese added 10.

Sophie Uhlenberg led Ozaukee with 11 points. Natalie Miller added 10.

Ozaukee 28 25 - 53

Hilbert 37 33 - 70

Ozaukee: Miller 10, Klas 8, Uhlenberg 11, Rodgers 5, Weyker 5, Ernisse 4, Shininger 7, Geis 3. 3-pt: Miller 2, Klas 2, Rodgers, Weyker, Shininger. FT: 6-8. Fouls: 22.

Hilbert: M.Propson 26, Halbach 17, Raymond 2, Sheets 9, Wiese 10, Woelfel 6. 3-pt: M.Propson 4. FT: 18-20. Fouls: 11.

ONEIDA NATION 56, NIAGARA 52

ONEIDA - The Thunderhawks let it fly against the Badgers, making 13 3-pointers in the victory.

G’ani Thayer led Oneida Nation with 20 points. RaeAnne Ackley added 15.

Josie Rock led Niagara with 24 points.

Niagara 24 28 - 52

Oneida Nation 27 29 - 56

Niagara: Lukowicz 2, Sanicki 8, Rock 24, Wells 9, Borchardt 7, Pearson 2. 3-pt: Rock. FT: 17-28. Fouls: 15.

Oneida Nation: Caldwell 7, Ackley 15 Cloud 7, Thayer 20, House 5, Wheelock 2. 3-pt: Caldwell 2, Ackley 3, Cloud 2, Thayer 6FT: 4-12. Fouls: 22.

MANITOWOC LUTHERAN 49, REEDSVILLE 30

REEDSVILLE - Jenna Lischka had a strong showing for the Lancers against the Panthers in the Big East clash.

Lischka scored a game-high 21 points, including five 3-pointers, in the victory.

Kara Kiekhaefer led Reedsville with eight points.

Manitowoc Lutheran 27 22 - 49

Reedsville 16 14 - 30

Manitowoc Lutheran: Stubbe 2, E. Marohn 2, Miller 3, Mehlhorn 6, Bessler 2, Lischka 21, Luebke 5, Ermis 8. 3-pt: Miller, Mehlhorn 2, Lischka 5. FT: 5-12. Fouls: 16.

Reedsville: Grimm 6, VanDyke 3, K. Kiekhaefer 8, Mraz 4, Novy 7, Person 2. 3-pt: Grimm 2, VanDyke. FT: 7-10. Fouls: 11.

COLBY 42, COLUMBUS 27

COLBY - Hayden Willner scored 14 points and Colby survived a 5-for-19 free throw shooting night to hold in its win over Columbus.

Brett Schmitt added 11 points for Colby.

Columbus 11 16 - 27

Colby 20 22 - 42

Columbus: Callaghan 3, Wilczek 2, Casperson 5, Stratman 7, Sommer 2, Kibbel 8. 3-pt: Kibbel 2, Callaghan. FT: 4-6. Fouls: 15.

Colby: Vanderhoof 6, Schmitt 11, Viegut 2, Willner 14, Orth 3, Thomsen 6. 3-pt: Schmitt 3. FT: 5-19. Fouls: 12.

GILMAN 50, LOYAL 40

LOYAL - The Pirates held the Greyhounds to just 25 percent shooting to pick up the win.

Tatum Weir led Gilman with 20 points while Madisyn James added 14.

Loyal was led by Ana Lindner with 13 points.

Gilman 31 19 - 50

Loyal 21 19 - 40

Gilman: K.James 3, M.James 14, Syruczuk 4, Weir 20, Dietzler 4, Vick 2, Grunseth 3. 3-pt: K.James, M.James 4, Grusneth. FT: 10-13. Fouls: 15.

Loyal: Zvolena 9, Lindner 13, Peroshek 2, Kubista 6, S.Tellock 6, N.Tellock 4. 3-pt: Zvolena, Lindner 2. FT: 5-8. Fouls: 16.

MENASHA 69, CLINTONVILLE 12

CLINTONVILLE - Mara Rieder scored 26 points to lead the Bluejays to the win over the Truckers.

Abbie Bates added 14 points for Menasha. Gracie Poole had 5 points to lead Clintonville.

Menasha 31 38 - 69

Clintonville 9 3 - 12

Menasha: Quinn 5, Morrow 2, Yost 8, Olszewski 2, Ma.Robinson 3, Rieger 26, Johnson 3, Bates 14, Neubert 6. 3-pt: Quinn, Yost, Bates 3. FT: 7-12. Fouls: 11.

Clintonville: Kassom 3, Taylor 4, Poole 5. 3-pt: Kassom. FT: 3-12. Fouls: 11.

COLEMAN 52, LENA 31

COLEMAN - Cameron Zeitler scored 17 points and Aubrey Bintz added 14 to lead the Cougars to the win over the Wildcats.

Natalie McNurlen led Lena with 12 points.

Lena 12 19 - 31

Coleman 25 27 - 52

Lena: NcNurlen 12, Brooks 2, Magee 3, Koslowsky 9, Potter 5. 3-pt: Magee, Potter. FT: 7-12. Fouls: 12.

Coleman: Hanrahan 3, Nowak 2, Bintz 14, Zeitler 17, Hinterh 6, King 2, Styczynski 6, Jensen 2. 3-pt: Hanrahan, Bintz, Zeitler 2, Hinther 2, Styczynski 2. FT: 6-13. Fouls: 13.

NEILLSVILLE 79, OWEN-WITHEE 23

NEILLSVILLE - The Warriors improved to 12-1 with the win over the Blackhawks.

Amelia Trunkel led Neillsville with 16 points. Abby Koepp and Paige Voigt added 14 and 11 points, respectively.

Owen-Withee was led by Dakota Shelton with 6 points.

Owen-Withee 9 14 - 23

Neillsville 56 23 - 79

Owen Withee: Nelson 5, Weiler 2, Shelton 6, Capetillo 4, Graski 3, Bottlemy 3. 3-pt: Nelson, Shelton 2, Graski, Bottlemy. FT: 2-2. Fouls: 9.

Neillsville: Rochester 8, Mortenson 4, Moseley 5, Trunkel 16, Boyer 4, Opelt 6, Magee 2, Subke 3, Koepp 14, Voigt 11, Hart 6. 3-pt: Trunkel 3. FT: 8-11. Fouls: 3.

TIGERTON 34, MARION 15

TIGERTON - Elizabeth Robbins scored 13 points to lead the Tigers to the win over the Mustangs.

Marion 8 7 - 15

Tigerton 21 13 - 34

Tigerton: Welch 4, Selle 6, Swartz 6, Robbins 13, Burayi 2, Jobe 3. FT: 3-13.

THURSDAY'S GAME

ATHENS 73, PRENTICE 33

PRENTICE - Addison Lavicka and Jazelle Hartwig scored 19 and 18 points, respectively, to lead the Bluejays to the win over the Buccaneers.

Sydney Coker added 11 for Athens.

Athens 48 25 - 73

Prentice 14 19 - 33

Athens: Zettler , Lavicka 19, Ellenbecker 6, Hartwig 18, So. Coker 5, Sy.Coker 11, Haines 7. 3-pt: Lavicka 2, Ellenbecker 2, Zettler. FT: 16-27. Fouls: 14

WRESTLING

GALE-ETTRICK-TREMPELEAU 46, WRIGHTSTOWN 25

160: Ben Peterson GET dec. Nick Alexander 7-4; 170: Alex wieczorek GET pinned Carter Gilson 1:45; 182: Mitch Berg GET pinned Logan Summers 2:21; 195: Justice Vaaler GET dec. Sam Keuler 15-2; 220: Daniel Van Eperen W pinned Nate Schndler :59; 285: Bradyn Lockington GET pinned Owen Garvey :14; 106: Everett Koltz W pinned Terek Fry :45; 113: Riley Verbeten W won by technical fall over AJ Willette 15-0; 120: Brooks Johnson GET pinned Kevin Biese 1:20; 126: Jackson Blaken GET pinned Owen Roebke 2:00; 132: Owen Krueger W pinned David Hiles 3:49; 138: Tanner Andersen GET dec. Jacob Durocher 7-2; 145: Carson Koss GET pinned Caleb DuFresne 1:36; 152: Isaiah Pennenberg W dec. Gunnar Johnson 4-0.

AQUINAS 56, WRIGHTSTOWN 18

170: David Malin A pinned Carter Gilson 1:06; 182: Logan Summers W pinned Nolan Hargrove 3:51; 195: Riley Klar A pinned Sam Keuler :51; 220: Will Hansen A pinned Daniel Van Eperen 1:43; 285: Preston Horihan A pinned Owen Garvey 2:54; 106: Jake Fitzpatrick A won by technical fall over Everett Koltz 18-2; 113: Riley Verbeten W pinned Jackson Massa 3:48; 120: Kevin Biese W pinned David Ortmeier 2:00; 126: Zach Malin A pinned Owen Roebke 2:50; 132: Trevor Paulson A dec. Owen Krueger 6-4; 138: Jesse Penchi A dec. Jacob Durocher 4-1; 145: Robert Flege A pinned Caleb DuFresne :45; 152: Joseph Penchi A dec. Nick Alexander 5-3; 160: Nolan Hargrove A pinned Isaiah Pennenberg 1:38.

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

This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press-Gazette: Here are Friday's high school sports results

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