Big Changes Happening on August 7, 2019.


High School Highlights


Shawano 3

Kewaunee 2

The Hawks locked up their first win of the season in a nonconference matchup with the Storm on Monday. Shawano is now 1-4-1 overall.

Michael Klement scored two goals for Shawano, one in the 21st minute and the other in the 25th minute. Parker Pues netted the Hawks other goal in the 35th minute.

Carson Cummings and Mitchell Jung each recorded an assist while goalie Will Bergner made four saves.

Pulaski 10

Shawano 0

The Red Raiders blanked the Hawks in a nonconference match on Friday.

Will Bergner stopped 10 shots while defending the net for Shawano. Collin Buerman made three saves during his time as goalie.


Shawano 5

Green Bay East 2

The Hawks won their second straight Bay Conference match, downing the Red Devils on Monday.

Shawano earned wins in three of the four levels of singles play while the Hawks No. 2 doubles team of Chloe Krueger and Haley Williams earned a tough victory. The duo of Jillian Black and Karelyn Malliet eased to a win at No. 3 doubles for Shawano.

Singles: No. 1: Isabella Buettner S def. Taylor Gillis, 6-4, 6-4; No. 2: Libby Neumeyer GBE def. Anna Cuenca, 6-4, 6-1; No. 3: Peyton Buerman S def. Melissa Bunker, 6-2, 6-2; No. 4: Rylie Anderson S def. Lesly Munguia Rivera, 6-0, 6-1.

Doubles: No. 1: Abigail Swisher-Celeste Putala GBE def. Alana Krolow-Annalyse Wilber, 6-7 (2), 6-4, 6-4; No. 2: Chloe Krueger-Haley Williams S def. Matiasse Kambandu-Schilz-Anna Snudden, 7-6 (1), 6-4; No. 3: Jillian Black-Karelyn Malliet S def. Amaia Lawrence-Marcella M., 6-0, 6-0.

Hawks have winning record at invite

Shawano’s singles and doubles players posted an 11-8 record at the Kaukauna Invite on Saturday, facing off against teams from Kaukauna, Green Bay West, Ashwaubenon, New London, Kiel and Menasha.

No. 4 singles player Rylie Anderson and the No. 2 doubles team of Alana Krolow and Annalyse Wilber each placed second.

No. 3 singles player Anna Cuenca and the doubles teams of Grace Licausi and Lydia Dobberstein (No. 1) and Chloe Krueger and Haley Williams (No. 3) each took third. Bella Buettner was the consolation champion at No. 1 singles.


LaBerge leads Bonduel at invitational

Bonduel’s Jessie LaBerge led a short-handed Bonduel girls golf team at the Oconto Falls Invitational on Monday, recording an 18-hole round of 102. The score was good enough for an eighth place finish as an individual.

Ava Pleshek shot a 132 while Kylie Huffman scored a 169 for Bonduel, which did not qualify for a team score.

Taylor Johnson shot a 106 to tie for 11th as an individual and lead a balanced Shawano team to fourth place. Kiley Rusch recorded a 108 while Macie Herm fired a 110. Katelyn Laatsch (113) and Georgia Eggert (115) rounded out the team score.

Team standings: 1. Marinette 401; 2. Luxemburg-Casco 412; 3. Seymour 421; 4. Shawano 437; 5. Denmark 447; 6. Oconto Falls 467; 7. Pulaski 487.


Bonduel 35

Weyauwega-Fremont 7

Parker Bohm passed for 233 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Bears past Weyauwega-Fremont in a Central Wisconsin Conference-Large Division clash on Friday. Bonduel improved to 3-1 overall and 2-0 in conference play.

Bonduel also rushed for 250 yards as a team, with Isaac Boldt tallying 91 yards on 12 carries. Cole Letter added 63 yards while Isaac Garside had 60 yards. Jacob Giese rushed for a score.

Garside caught nine passes for 169 yards and a touchdown while Isaac Banker caught Bohm’s other touchdown pass.

Iola-Scandinavia 49

Witt-Birn 6

The Chargers fell to 0-2 in CWC-Large play after the Thunderbirds scored 49 unanswered points on Friday.

Michael Gibson gave Wittenberg-Birnamwood an early lead with a 35-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Gibson finished the game with 79 rushing yards on 14 attempts while Jack Stewart added 31 yards on 13 carries.

Josh Flak completed four passes for 35 yards while Shane Herb caught two passes for 24 yards. Jacob Groshek and Simon Stewart led the defense with five tackles each while Stewart and Carter Brown each had a tackle for loss.

Wrightstown 34

Clintonville 0

The Tigers scored at least once in each quarter on Friday to pull away from the Truckers in a North Eastern Conference tilt. Clintonville fell to 0-4 overall and in the NEC.

Sean Finger passed for 73 yards while the Truckers rushed for 47 yards as a team.

Rosholt 41

Marion/Tigerton 0

The Thundercatz could not slow down the Hornets in their first CWC-Small Division battle of the season on Friday. Marion/Tigerton is now 0-4 overall.

Marion/Tigerton turned the ball over five times and mustered just six first downs in the contest. Austin Hoffmann passed for 75 yards, with Anthony Tischauser and Dhonivan Haas recording 40 and 30 receiving yards, respectively.

Clayton 50

Menominee Indian 12

The Eagles fell short in a battle with the Bears on Friday. Menominee Indian is also now 0-4 overall.

Darius Wayka led Menominee Indian with 121 rushing yards on 17 attempts while Alex Waukau and Tiger Dixon each rushed for a score. Dixon passed for 134 yards, with Adrian Waupoose totaling 87 of those receiving yards.

Waupoose led the defense with 12 total tackles while Wayka had 10.


Chargers struggle at tough Merrill Invite

The Witt-Birn volleyball team battled in four matches but was not able to pull out a win while playing in the Merrill Invite on Saturday. Wittenberg-Birnamwood dropped matches to Stanley-Boyd (25-18, 25-18), Athens (25-18, 25-19), Merrill (25-17, 25-6) and Cochrane-Fountain City (25-15, 25-22) and are now 3-15 overall.

In the setbacks to Stanley-Boyd and Athens, Marissa Groshek led the Chargers with 13 combined attack kills while McKenna Metropulos totaled 25 assists. Elizabeth Muscha recorded 25 total digs.

Against a tough Merrill squad, Muscha and Metropulos each had five digs while Metropulos also had four assists. Lindsey McQueen posted two attack kills and Emma Herb had two block kills. Muscha tallied three attack kills while Herb had three block kills in the matchup with Cochrane-Fountain City. Groshek had seven digs and Metropulos was credited with eight assists.

Oconto Falls 3

Clintonville 0

The Truckers were swept in a NEC clash against the Panthers on Thursday. Oconto Falls won by scores of 25-22, 25-21, 25-7.

Elena Mendez led Clintonville with nine attack kills while Allysin Booth had five. Chelsey Birling tallied 14 assists and nine digs while Abby King had seven digs. Lindsy Carpenter and Lizzy Weatherwax each recorded six digs.