High School Highlights
Nathan Krueger and Tyler Petermann each tallied 19 points to lead Clintonville in Thursday’s home loss.
The Truckers (10-10, 7-9 North Eastern Conference) shot 39 percent from the field and allowed the Spartans to make half of their shots.
Clintonville gave up 44 first-half points before slowing Luxemburg-Casco down in the second half for 30 points.
Cory Fraaza scored a game-high 20 points and Matt Kapitz chipped in 17 as Wittenberg-Birnamwood won at home on Thursday.
The Chargers (10-9, 5-6 Central Wisconsin Conference-8) used a 39-point first-half to take a commanding lead.
Fraaza added 16 rebounds, and Teagon Lehmen grabbed 11 boards in the win.
New London 55
Sophomore forward Kayla Ward posted 11 points to lead Shawano in Thursday’s road loss.
Kennedy Klemens added six points for the Hawks (9-13, 5-9 Bay Conference), which also got seven rebounds from Brandi Gueths.
Shawano will host Wausau East on Tuesday in a WIAA Division 2 regional quarterfinal. A win would send them back to New London for the regional semifinal.
Menominee Indian 45
Menominee Indian senior forward Kendra Webster recorded a game-high 20 points as the Eagles lost on the road Thursday.
Bowler (14-8, 12-6 Central Wisconsin Conference-10) was led by junior Reanne Kietlinski’s 18 points, as Erica Wolf (12) and Jodi Wolf (11) each reached double figures.
Menominee Indian (8-14, 6-12 CWC-10) scored just 11 points in the first half.
Corrissa Konkol scored 17 points and pulled down five rebounds as Wittenberg-Birnamwood won its fifth Central Wisconsin Conference-8 championship in the past six years with a road victory Thursday.
Senior Taylor Nier added 12 points for the Chargers (21-1, 13-1 CWC-8).
Amherst, which also won Thursday, shared the title with Wittenberg-Birnamwood.