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

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BOYS BASKETBALL

BAY PORT 79, DE PERE 77

DE PERE - Nate Forystek scored 23 points, pulled down 11 rebounds and had four steals to lead the Pirates to the overtime victory over the Redbirds.

Bay Port, which shot 64% from the floor, got 18 points from Vince Vandervest and 14 from AJ Lieuwen.

De Pere, which maded 29-of-49 field goal attempts, was led by John Kinziger with 32 points. Will Hornseth added 22. Jack Jorgensen and Zach Kinziger added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Bay Port 40 30 9 - 79

De Pere 37 33 7 - 77

Bay Port: Buchinger 9, Forystek 23, Vandervest 18, Cornette 2, Hackett 7, Liuewen 14, Yanda 6. 3-pt: Buchinger 2, Vandervest, Hackett, Lieuwen, Yanda. FT: 11-13. Fouls: 16.

De Pere: J. Kinziger 32, Herman 2, Z. Kinziger 10, Hornseth 22, Jorgensen 11. 3-pt: J. Kinziger 4, Z. Kinziger 2, Jorgensen 2. FT: 11-16. Fouls: 15.

NOTRE DAME 77, PULASKI 49

GREEN BAY - Chris Mitchell scored 11 points in the first half and Keegan King scored 11 in the second half of the Tritons’ win over the Red Raiders.

Mitchell and King both finished with 15 points. Emmett Lawton finished with 10 points.

Pulaski was led by Brady Wotruba’s 14 points.

Pulaski 21 28 - 49

Notre Dame 40 37 - 77

Pulaski: Robaidek 9, Shaw 9, Olson 6, Wotruba 14, Dorn 2, Schultz 9. 3-pt: Olson 2, Wotruba, Schultz. FT: 9-11. Fouls: 12.

Notre Dame: Lawton 10, Weber 4, Mitchell 15, Hornacek 7, Gard 1, Augustine 2, Curtin 2, Wall-Atim 7, King 15, Nolle 2, Warden 6, Musial 6. 3-pt: Mitchell 3, Musial 2. FT: 10-15. Fouls: 12.

MANITOWOC 55, ASHWAUBENON 54

MANITOWOC - The Ships grabbed an eight-point halftime lead and hung on to upset the first-place Jaguars.

Brayden Kennedy led Manitowoc with 18 points. Matus Dopirak added 14.

Marcus Tomashek scored 23 points before fouling out to lead Ashwaubenon. Jayden Schoen and Matt Imig added 13 and 11 points, respectively.

Ashwaubenon 23 31 - 54

Manitowoc 31 24 - 55

Ashwaubenon: Imig 11, M. Tomashek 23, D. Tomashek 3, Schoen 13, Walton 2, Kirst 2. 3-pt: Imig, M. Tomashek 3, D. Tomashek, Schoen 3. FT: 6-9. Fouls: 18.

Manitowoc: Erdmann 7, Stewart 4, Cornell 2, Wollersheim 2, Kennedy 18, Dopirak 14, Wigand 8. 3-pt: Erdman, Kennedy 3. FT: 11-14. Fouls: 14.

COLEMAN 59, GILLETT 41

GILLETT - The Cougars grabbed a 10-point halftime lead and stretched it out in the second half in their win over the Tigers.

Noah Nosgovitz led Coleman with 13 points. Logan Kurth added 12.

Jesse DeBauch led Gillett with 16 points. Ben Matczak added 13.

Coleman 28 31 - 59

Gillett 18 23 - 41

Coleman: VandeWalle 5, Olsen 8, Nosgovitz 13, Rennie 4, Kurth 12, Mongin 4, Zablocki 9, Zeitler 4. 3-pt: VandeWalle, Olsen 2, Kurth 3. FT: 13-21. Fouls: 5.

Gillett: Matczak 13, Franti 6, Bauer 6, J. DeBauch 16. 3-pt: Matczak 3, J. DeBauch 2. FT: 4-5. Fouls: 11.

GIBRALTAR 78, GOODMAN-PEMBINE 47

GOODMAN - Sam Lindenberg scored 38 points to lead the Vikings to the win over the Patriots.

Will Friedenfels added 13 points for Gibraltar.

Boone Larison and Landen Klakofen led Goodman-Pembine with 12 and 10 points, respectively.

Gibraltar 37 41 - 78

Goodman-Pembine 24 23 - 47

Gibraltar: Sitte 2, Burgess 3, Lindenberg 38, M. Jauregui 2, A. Jauregui 5, V. Jauregui 5, Schar 7, Ash 3, Friedenfels 13. 3-pt: Lindenberg 5, V. Jauregui, Schar. FT: 13-23. Fouls: 9.

Goodman-Pembine: Ehlert 8, Erickson 5, Larison 12, E. Kalkofen 3, Kessel 9, L. Kalkofen 10. 3-pt: Ehlert 2, Erickson, E. Kalkofen, Kessel. FT: 0-2. Fouls: 16.

CRIVITZ 59, NIAGARA 24

NIAGARA - Sean Christiansen and Tegan Werner combined for 21 points in the first half of the Wolverines’ win over the Badgers.

Christiansen finished with 21 points. Werner had 16.

Tommy Martin led Niagara with 10 points.

Crivitz 28 31 - 59

Niagara 12 12 - 24

Crivitz: Merten 2, Christiansen 21, Werner 16, Lieuwen 3, Tadisch 9, Sellen 8. 3-pt: Werner, Lieuwen. FT: 9-19. Fouls: 9

Niagara: Swanson 4, Shampo 2, Martin 10, Holmes 6, Coolbaugh 2. 3-pt: Martin. FT: 1-6. Fouls: 13.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

NOTRE DAME 68, PULASKI 29

PULASKI - The Tritons rolled out to a 38-point halftime lead and rolled to the win over the Red Raiders.

Gracie Grzesk led the Tritons (20-1 overall, 15-0 Fox River Classic Conference) with 24 points. Sarah Hardwick and Trista Fayta both added 11 points.

Maggie Lardinois led Pulaski with eight points.

Notre Dame 46 22 - 68

Pulaski 8 21 - 29

Notre Dame: Hardwick 11, Whitehouse 9, Fayta 11, Grzesk 24, Brabant 2, Musial 8, Barington 3.

Pulaski: Lardinois 8, Kubiak 7, Egnarski 7, Wiese 7.

DE PERE 59, BAY PORT 37

SUAMICO - Jordan Meulemans scored 21 points and Claire Bjorge added 16 points to lead the Redbirds to a victory over the Pirates.

Kyla Hendrick made three 3-pointers to lead Bay Port with nine points, and the Pirates added another eight points each from Ellie McDermid and Maggie Luedke.

De Pere 33 26 - 59

Bay Port 20 17 - 37

De Pere: M. Ciesielcyzk 7, Wettstein 2, Witteck 2, Bjorge 16, Meeuwsen 2, Bierowski 3, Meulemans 21, Schneider 4, Hafeman 2. 3-pt: Bjorge 2, Bierowski, Meulemans. FT: 9-10. Fouls: 11.

Bay Port: Szelagowski 5, Hendrick 9, McDermid 8, Specht 2, K. Simpkins 2, Fischer 3, Luedke 8. 3-pt: Hendrick 3, Luedke. FT: 7-10. Fouls: 11.

GREEN BAY SOUTHWEST 40, SHEBOYGAN SOUTH 30

GREEN BAY - Marji Stevens scored 19 points, including going 7-for-9 at the free throw line, and Addie Pytleski added 12 points as the Trojans jumped out to a double-digit halftime lead and held on from there.

Sierra Ertman led Sheboygan South with 11 points.

Sheboygan South 12 18 - 30

Green Bay Southwest 23 17 - 40

Sheboygan South: Ertman 11, Ognacevic 2, Kiesow 8, Paltzer 1, Lloyd 2, Judkins 6. 3-pt: Ertman 3, Kiesow 2. FT: 3-13. Fouls: 13.

Green Bay Southwest: Pytleski 12, Stevens 19, Holmes 2, Siudzinski 5, DeGroot 2. 3-pt: Siudzinski. FT: 15-17. Fouls: 15.

XAVIER 71, GREEN BAY EAST 18

GREEN BAY - The Hawks had 12 players score in their win over the Red Devils.

Halle VandeHey led Xavier with 11 points.

Judit Munoz-Lopez led Green Bay East with nine points.

Xavier 48 23 - 71

Green Bay East 13 5 - 18

Xavier: Standish 5, Hafner 8, Fields 4, B. Feldkamp 2, VandeHey 11, D. Feldkamp 9, Simon 9, Martine 7, Buss 4, Wanty 2, Stempa 5, Neumann 5. 3-pt: Standish, VandeHey, D. Feldkamp, Simon 2, Buss, Neumann. FT: 10-17. Fouls: 7.

Green Bay East: Douangmala 3, Munoz-Lopez 9, Mariner 1, Robinson 5. 3-pt: Munoz-Lopez. FT: 4-7. Fouls: 17.

WRIGHTSTOWN 72, DENMARK 38

DENMARK - Abby Radtke scored 15 points to lead four Tigers in double figures in the win.

Tara Theunis added 14 points, while Jordan Vickman and Samantha Kiel each scored 10 for Wrightstown.

Denmark was led by Haley Schott with 16 points.

Wrightstown 37 35 - 72

Denmark 24 14 - 38

Wrightstown: Radtke 15, K. Colwell 8, Vickman 10, Theunis 14, M. Colwell 2, Kiel 10, Peters 4, Durocher 5, Uitenbroek 4. 3-pt: Radtke 3, Theunis 2, Kiel, Durocher. FT: 13-20. Fouls: 18.

Denmark: Vanniehoven 1, Froberg 2, Schott 16, Quick 3, Lamack 4, Hummel 6, Hermans 2, Welsing 2, Brice 2. 3-pt: Schott 2, Quick. FT: 7-9. Fouls: 14.

FREEDOM 66, LUXEMBURG-CASCO 31

LUXEMBURG - Sadie Jarmolowicz and Megan Alexander paced the Irish with 17 points each in the victory over the Spartans.

Kierstin Kriewaldt added 11 points for Freedom, which improved to 21-0 overall and 16-0 in the North Eastern Conference.

Luxemburg-Casco was led by Taylor Thiry with 14 points and Lauren Adams with 10.

Freedom 36 30 - 66

Luxemburg-Casco 14 17 - 31

Freedom: Jarmolowicz 17, Martzahl 8, Bartels 3, Kriewaldt 11, Bork 2, Murphy 4, Wesoloski 2, Hennes 2, Alexander 17. 3-pt: Alexander 3, Kriewaldt 2, Jarmolowicz, Bartels, Murphy. FT: 10-19. Fouls: 15.

Luxemburg-Casco: Adams 10, Thiry 14, Hanmann 5, Jandrin 2. 3-pt: None. FT: 9-14. Fouls: 12.

CLINTONVILLE 44, MARINETTE 42

CLINTONVILLE - Jordan Lehman scored 14 of her 21 points in the first half to lead the Truckers to the win over the Marines.

Emily Taylor added 12 points for Clintonville.

Hannah Chenier led Marinette with 11 points.

Marinette 21 21 - 42

Clintonville 30 14 - 44

Marinette: Kieffer 8, Kunick 5, Bodam 2, Seymour 7, Chenier 11, Wingender 5, Hansen 4. 3-pt: Kieffer 2, Seymour, Chenier, Wingender. FT: 3-4. Fouls: 16.

Clintonville: Kasson 3, Drefahl 2, Zwirschitz 6, Taylor 12, Lehman 21. 3-pt: Kasson, Taylor 2. FT: 5-11. Fouls: 10.

ALGOMA 44, SOUTHERN DOOR 41

BRUSSELS - The Wolves found their offense in the second half to overcome a five-point halftime deficit and defeat the Eagles.

Halle Panger led Algoma with 18 points. Sierra Slaby added 10.

Kendra Shimon led Southern Door with 21 points.

Algoma 13 31 - 44

Southern Door 18 23 - 41

Algoma: Zimmerman 7, Vandervest 3, Panger 18, Madden 2, Slaby 10, Robinson 2, Mattson 2. 3-pt: Zimmerman, Vandervest, Panger 5, Slaby 2. FT: 1-4. Fouls: 12.

Southern Door: Price 4, Gilbertson 8, Delfosse 8, Shimon 21. 3-pt: Price, Gilbertson 2, Shimon 4. FT: 8-11. Fouls: 11.

SHIOCTON 49, COLEMAN 28

SHIOCTON - Abigail Daniels and Kendal Stingle each scored 10 points to lead the Chiefs to the win.

Coleman was led by Desiree Nowak and Cameron Zeitler with nine points apiece.

Coleman 12 16 - 28

Shiocton 21 28 - 49

Coleman: Woulf 3, Hanrahan 3, Hoida 2, Nowak 9, Bintz 1, Zeitler 9, King 1. 3-pt: Hanrahan. FT: 9-23.

Shiocton: Young 9, Hofacker 3, Singler 6, Daniels 10, Stingle 10, Garcia 2, Dorn 7, Collar 2. 3-pt: Young, Hofacker. FT: 7-10.

WRESTLING

DE PERE 66, GREEN BAY PREBLE 18

106: Brooke Corrigan DP pinned Arianna Bongel 2:43. 113: Mycah Beckett DP pinned Alex Campos 1:26. 120: Malachi Oslund DP pinned Ben Rowell 1:43. 126: Shane Corrigan DP won by forfeit. 132: A.B. Campbell DP pinned Alex Yang 2:43. 138: Brady Deal GBP pinned Charlie Jossart 1:26. 145: Collin Hansen DP won by forfeit. 152: Diesel Dekeyser DP won by forfeit. 160: RJ Schoenholz GBP won by forfeit. 170: Max Nooyen GBP won by forfeit. 182: Michael Alexander DP won by forfeit. 195: Brennan Kincade DP pinned David Torres 5:12. 220: Deven Tenor DP pinned Logan Peterson :26. 285: Ross Rowland DP pinned Omar Avella :23.

GREEN BAY PREBLE 54, SHEBOYGAN NORTH 21

106: Alex Campos GBP won by forfeit. 113: Ariana Bongel GBP won by forfeit. 120: Ben Rowell GBP won by forfeit. 126: Double forfeit. 132: Alex Yang GBP pinned Blake Harrington 3:32. 138: Brady Deal GBP pinned Riley Sundee 1:49. 145: Anthony Hephner SN won by forfeit. 152: Dorian Gebert SN won by forfeit. 160: RJ Schoenholz GBP won by pin 3:56. 170: Max Nooyen GBP pinned Alexander Monge :41. 182: David Torres GBP won by forfeit. 195: Ethan Meissner SN pinned Griffin Owen 1:16. 220: Logan Peterson GBP won by forfeit. 285: Andrew Duarte SN dec. Will Stock 12-9.

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 Tuesday's high school sports results for the Green Bay area