Here are Tuesday's high school sports results for the Appleton area

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

LACONIA 71, XAVIER 50

ROSENDALE - The Spartans outscored the Hawks 33-18 in the second half to pull away for the nonconference win.

Molly Johannes scored 25 points to lead Laconia. Tierney Madigan added 17 and Molly Duel scored 11.

Xavier was led by Sammie Buss with 14 points.

Xavier 32 18 - 50

Laconia 38 33 - 71

Xavier: Fields 2, B. Feldkamp 9, VandeHey 5, D. Feldkamp 3, Martine 7, Buss 14, Wanty 8, Neumann 2. 3-pt: Martine 2, Buss 3, Wanty 2. FT: 15-21. Fouls: 13.

Laconia: Duel 11, Johannes 25, Vande Berg 2, Leonard 7, Morgan 9, Madigan 17. 3-pt: Morgan 3, Johannes 2, Leonard. FT: 7-14. Fouls: 14.

NEENAH 60, APPLETON NORTH 53

APPLETON - The Rockets outscored the Lightning by five points in the second half to pull away for the Fox Valley Association win.

Allie Ziebell led Neenah with 27 points. Ava Kok added 11 points.

The Lightning was led by Karissa Smith with 14 points and Kalea Weyenberg with 13.

Neenah 24 36 - 60

Appleton North 22 31 - 53

Neenah: Ziebell 27, Roth 3, A. Kok 11, S. Kok 3, Dietrich 3, Werner 9, Jones 4. 3-pt: A. Kok, S. Kok, Dietrich, Werner 2. FT: 17-25. Fouls: 16.

Appleton North: Williamson 5, Weyenberg 13, Cochrane 2, Salm 9, Vandenberg 6, Carey 4, Smith 14. 3-pt: Williamson, Weyenberg. FT: 13-16. Fouls: 24.

WEST DE PERE 66, APPLETON WEST 52

APPLETON - The Phantoms had a 15-3 scoring advantage in free throws made and 9-5 advantage in made 3-pointers in the win over the Terrors.

Katie Waukau and Madisyn Berggren led West De Pere with 14 points each. Ella Francois and Imani Ninham had 13 and 11 points, respectively.

Appleton West’s top scorers were Olivia Peterson and City Figlinski with 21 and 14 points, respectively.

West De Pere 32 34 - 66

Appleton West 33 19 - 52

West De Pere: Walder 8, Waukau 14, Runke 2, Berggren 14, Francois 13, Karchinski 4, Ninham 11. 3-pt: Walder, Waukau 2, Berggren 4, Francois, Ninham. FT: 15-18. Fouls: 8.

Appleton West: Schlag 4, Rusch 8, Hiltgen 2, Figlinski 14, Peterson 21, Hammerton 3. 3-pt: Rusch, Peterson 3, Hammerton. FT: 3-5. Fouls: 17.

ST. MARY CATHOLIC 79, CEDAR GROVE-BELGIUM 24

FOX CROSSING - The Zephyrs scored 47 points in the first half and rolled to the victory.

Jaydin Vosters scored 18 points and Chloe Vogel had 17 for SMC. Audrey Norville added 12 points and Greta Norville scored 11 for the Zephyrs.

Cedar Grove-Belgium was led by Olivia Bahr and Alexis Bahr with six points each.

Cedar Grove-Belgium 11 13 - 24

St. Mary Catholic 47 32 - 79

Cedar Grove-Belgium: Marti 5, O. Bahr 6, A. Bahr 6, Schmitz 1, Morris 4, Hopeman 2. 3-pt: None. FT: 8-16. Fouls: 9.

St. Mary Catholic: Griffith 6, C. Vogel 17, S. Anderson 3, E. Vogel 4, Ripley 2, A. Norville 12, G. Norville 11, Vosters 18, N. Anderson 2, Callan 2, Saringer 2. 3-pt: Griffith 2, C. Vogel, A. Norville. FT: 11-14. Fouls: 14.

WAUPUN 71, WINNECONNE 26

WINNECONNE - The Warriors outscored the Wolves 52-11 in the second half to pull away for the East Central Conference win.

Abbie Aalsma made six 3-pointers and scored 26 points to lead Waupun. Gracie Gopalan and Kayl Petersen added 13 points each.

Winneconne was led by Joey Perry and Jamie Wicinsky with five points each.

Waupun 19 52 - 71

Winneconne 15 11 - 26

Waupun: L. Aalsma 7, N. Aalsma 3, A. Aalsma 26, Matamoros 7, Harder 2, Gopalan 13, Petersen 13. 3-pt: A. Aalsma 6, Gopalan 3, N. Aalsma, L. Aalsma. FT: 4-5. Fouls: 13.

Winneconne: Verich 4, Perry 5, Rogers 2, Collins 4, Wicinsky 5, Schaffer 2, Krohn 4. 3-pt: None. FT: 4-9. Fouls: 5.

LOMIRA 54, CHILTON 52

CHILTON - Addie Zahn scored 16 points and Calli Neuman had 15 to lead the Lions to the win.

Chilton was led by Olivia Hoerl, who scored 24 points and went over 1,000 points in her career.

Lomira 25 29 - 54

Chilton 28 24 - 52

Lomira: Litterick 4, Zahn 16, Meisenheimer 9, Neuman 15, Zingsheim 9, Geiger 1. 3-pt: Zahn 3, Neuman. FT: 12-25. Fouls: 13.

Chilton: Propson 8, Koehler 2, A. Hoerl 12, O. Hoerl 24, Mueller 3, Zahn 3. 3-pt: O. Hoerl 3, Propson 2, A. Hoerl, Mueller, Zahn. FT: 10-13. Fouls: 17.

OOSTBURG 51, HILBERT 36

HILBERT - Brynn Wisse scored 12 of her team-leading 17 points in the first half to help the Flying Dutchmen to an 8-point halftime lead in their win over the Wolves.

Caris Jaeger and Ashley Ternes added 13 and 12 points, respectively, for Oostburg.

Laney Halbach scored 18 points to lead Hilbert. Emmery Wiese added 10 points.

Oostburg 22 29 - 51

Hilbert 14 22 - 36

Oostburg: Wisse 17, Jaeger 13, P. Ternes 3, Voskuil 2, A. Ternes 12, Westerbeke 4. 3-pt: Wisse 3, Jaeger, P. Ternes. FT: 4-7. Fouls: 11.

Hilbert: Halbach 18, Raymond 6, Wiese 10, Woelfel 2. 3-pt: Halbach. FT: 5-6. Fouls: 9.

BOYS BASKETBALL

KAUKAUNA 87, FOND DU LAC 79

KAUKAUNA - The Ghosts led by 12 points at halftime and held on for the Fox Valley Association win, overcoming a big offensive game by the Cardinals’ Jay Dalton.

Kaukauna was led by Jon O’Neill with 35 points, including 20 in the first half. Amari Allen added 22 points.

Dalton scored 50 points for Fond du Lac, including 32 in the second half. He made seven 3-pointers in the game and was 11-for-16 at the free throw line.

Fond du Lac 30 49 - 79

Kaukauna 42 45 - 87

Fond du Lac: Schreiter 9, Zimmerman 5, Dalton 50, Johnson 11, Braatz 4. 3-pt: Dalton 7, Schreiter 3, Johnson. FT: 16-23. Fouls: 19.

Kaukauna: Mudler 3, Allen 22, Morgan 10, O’Neill 35, Waldrop 6, Hall 8, Van Dinter 3. 3-pt: Morgan 2, Mudler, Van Dinter. FT: 21-25. Fouls: 17.

FREEDOM 65, WAUPACA 45

FREEDOM - Blake Kortz and Landon VanCalster both scored 19 points to lead the Irish to the win over the Comets.

Evan Bogard led Waupaca with 11 points.

Waupaca 25 20 - 45

Freedom 38 27 - 65

Waupaca: Schwenn 8, Smidt 4, Wolff 8, Boldt 5, Christian 7, Bogard 11, Hotvedt 2. 3-pt: Schwenn 2, Smidt, Wolff 2, Boldt, Bogard. FT: 6-14. Fouls: 11.

Freedom: Kortz 19, Jochimsen 6, Midbon 9, Greiner 6, VanCalster 19, Moser 2, Peterson 4. 3-pt: Kortz 2, Midbon, Greiner 2, VanCalster 5. FT: 5-8. Fouls: 14.

LITTLE CHUTE 58, DENMARK 55

DENMARK - The Mustangs rallied from a three-point halftime deficit to beat the Vikings.

Kade VanAsten led Little Chute with 21 points. Hunter Thiel added 13 points.

Denmark was led by Donavan Short with 22 points and Hayden Konkol with 19.

Little Chute 30 28 - 58

Denmark 33 22 - 55

Little Chute: Engle 3, Weigman 7, Roche 3, Joten 3, VanAsten 21, Maronek 8, Thiel 13. 3-pt: Maronek 2, VanAsten, Joten, Roche, Weigman. FT: 4-9. Fouls: 14.

Denmark: Ovsak 5, Short 22, DeGrave 6, Konkol 19, Miller 3. 3-pt: Konkol 3, Miller, Short, Ovsak. FT: 11-12. Fouls: 14.

MENASHA 59, WEST DE PERE 58

MENASHA - The Bluejays built a 14-point halftime lead and withstood a furious Phantoms comeback in the second half to hand West De Pere its first conference loss of the season.

Jaxson Dillon led Menasha with 17 points. Jalen Womack, who scored his 1,000th career point early in the second half, and Riley Yonker both scored 14.

West De Pere was led by Nate Heikkila with 23 points. Ethan Heck added 16 points.

West De Pere 20 38 - 58

Menasha 34 25 - 59

West De Pere: Hannula 5, Campbell 8, Heck 16, Heikkila 23, Baumgart 6. 3-pt: Hannula, Heck 3, Heikkila 4. FT: 4-6. Fouls: 12.

Menasha: Dillon 17, Siegel 2, Yonker 14, VanDynHoven 2, Womak 14, Jones 4, Zielinski 2, Bauer Shimek 4. 3-pt: Dillon, Yonker 2. FT: 4-9. Fouls: 14.

WRIGHTSTOWN 69, OCONTO FALLS 51

OCONTO FALLS - The Tigers outscored the Panthers by 13 points in the second half to pull away for the win.

Eli Stenzel and Keegan Spees each scored 16 points for Wrightstown. Jake Van Zeeland added 14 points.

Oconto Falls was led by Isaac Raddatz with 10 points.

Wrightstown 28 41 - 69

Oconto Falls 23 28 - 51

Wrightstown: Edinger 2, Hermann 6, Ratkowski 2, Cavanaugh 7, Van Zeeland 14, Stenzel 16, Spees 16, Bousley 2, Uitenbroek 4. 3-pt: Stenzel 5, Spees 3, Van Zeeland, Cavanaugh. FT: 11-14. Fouls: 12.

Oconto Falls: Seymour 2, Vander Moss 9, Carmody 7, Hirst 5, Raddatz 10, Vorpahl 7, Birr 3, Hill 8. 3-pt: Hill 2, Birr, Hirst, Carmody. FT: 6-8. Fouls: 12.

ST. MARY CATHOLIC 82, CEDAR GROVE-BELGIUM 71

CEDAR GROVE - The Zephyrs outscored the Rockets by 15 points in the second half to rally for the win.

Charlie Nackers scored 27 points for the Zephyrs. Danny Griffith added 22 points and Cole Uhlenbrauck added 16.

Cedar Grove-Belgium was led by Sam Peiffer with 31 points. Logan Arrowood added 19.

St. Mary Catholic 33 49 - 82

Cedar Grove-Belgium 37 34 - 71

St. Mary Catholic: Griffith 22, Fairweather 11, Ortscheid 4, Nackers 27, Uhlenbrauck 16, Mackenzie 2. 3-pt: Nackers 2, Griffith 2, Fairweather. FT: 21-29. Fouls: 12.

Cedar Grove-Belgium: Peiffer 31, Aponte 6, Arrowood 19, Knight 7, Ketterhagen 8. 3-pt: Ketterhagen 2, Knight. FT: 4-9. Fouls: 21.

GIRLS HOCKEY

FOX CITIES STARS 4, WARBIRDS 0

FOX CROSSING - The Stars scored four goals in the second period in the victory over the Warbirds.

McKayla Zilisch, Peyton Hewitt, Ella Flattum and Parker Beyer scored goals for the Stars. Zilisch, Beyer, Talia Bellotti, Lily Schmear and Gwen Gillard had assists.

Ella Sciborski made 21 saves in goal for Fox Cities. Hailee Scheier had 30 saves for the Warbirds.

BOYS HOCKEY

NEENAH/HORTONVILLE/MENASHA 7, ST. MARY’S SPRINGS 5

GRAND CHUTE - The Rockets scored three unanswered goals in the third period to rally from a 5-4 deficit for the win over the Ledgers.

Trailing 5-4 after two periods, Thomas Burns tied the game for NHM on a power play. John Kriz scored the go-ahead goal at 14:12 of the period with Luke Sutton scoring an insurance goal at 16:43.

Sutton also scored a goal in the first perid and one in the second period. Other NHM goals were scored by Beckett Davidson and Kriz.

Josh Austin scored twice for St. Mary’s Springs, while Finn Buelow, Jonathan Korb and Talan Blanck scored the Ledgers’ other goals.

Kriz and Burns had two assists for NHM.

Jaeden Hannus had 26 saves for Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha. Hayden Rising had 25 saves for St. Mary’s Springs.

APPLETON UNITED 10, SHAWANO/CLINTONVILLE/BONDUEL 1

SHAWANO - The Hawks scored the first goal of the game with the United responding by scoring four goals in the first period and six in the second period to win easily.

Appleton got goals from Brenden Lemery, Dane Heindel, Jered Marvin, Ben Tomassetti, Aman Duehring, Connor Cooke, Kenny Kapheim, Landon Larson and Max Thomas. Ryder Hill made three assists for Appleton, with Ben Engebos notching two assists.

Blake Konope scored for Shawano with Hunter Jones getting the assist.

Cody Boone had 11 saves for Appleton United. Brandon Tobak had 1. Dylan Prochaska had 53 saves for Shawano/Bonduel/Clintonville.

BOYS SWIMMING

NEENAH 134, APPLETON NORTH/EAST 47

200 Medley R: 1, Neenah (Nolan Balensiefen, Jensen Rocke, Austin Henderson, Carter Bauman) 1:42.93; 2, Neenah (Elias Strasman, David Murphy, Drew Gaerthofner, Quinn Koeper) 1:52.59. 200 Free: 1, Ian Ridlehoover AN/E 1:47.78; 2, Caleb Youngwerth N 1:51.22. 200 IM: 1, Jensen Rocke N 2:13.40; 2 Hayden Holinbeck N 2:14.90. 50 Free: 1, Carter Bauman N :22.96; 2, Nolan Balensiefen N :23.59. Diving: 1, Ryan Foucault N 228.0; 2, Drew Schmitz AN/E 212.15. 100 Fly: 1, Austin Henderson N :55.18; 2, Hayden Holinbeck N 1:00.08. 100 Free: 1, Carter Bauman N :51.04; 2, Evan Hansel AN/E :53.32. 500 Free: 1, Ian Ridlehoover AN/E 4:57.00; 2, Caleb Youngwerth N 5:08.26. 200 Free R: 1, Neenah (Carter Bauman, Hayden Holinbeck, Drew Gaerthofner, Caleb Youngwerth) 1:34.42; 2, Appleton North/East (Nik Hall, Evan Hansel, Mehul Rangbulla, Ian Ridlehoover) 1:35.90. 100 Back: 1, Austin Henderson N :55.64; 2, Nolan Balensiefen N :59.43. 100 Breast: 1, Drew Gaerthofner N 1:04.47; 2, Jensen Rocke N 1:05.69;. 400 Free R: 1, Neenah (Caleb Youngwerth, Elias Strasman, Nolan Balensiefen, Austin Henderson) 3:29.52; 2, Appleton North/East (Nik Hall, Evan Hansel, Mehul Rangbulla, Ian Ridlehoover) 3:37.57.

WRESTLING

FOX VALLEY LUTHERAN 36, NEW HOLSTEIN 27

285: Riley Smith NH pinned Sam Krause 2:31. 106: Double forfeit. 113: Double forfeit. 120: Double forfeit. 126: Jack Lisowe NH pinned Eli Stern :38. 132: Bailey Birschbach NH won by forfeit. 138: Kaleb Lisowe NH dec. Blake Maxwell 9-7. 145: Shelby Miller FVL won by forfeit. 152: Tristan Hagen FVL won by forfeit. 160: Daniel Petit FVL won by forfeit. 170: Cody Liebzeit FVL won by forfeit. 182: Aiden Hirthe FVL won by forfeit. 195: Luke Knittel FVL won by forfeit. 220: Zander Totzke NH pinned Pierce Krowas 2:00.

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

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