Witt-Birn 62

Tomahawk 39

The Chargers dominated from start to finish in a nonconference victory over Tomahawk on Tuesday.

Kody Szews led Wittenberg-Birnamwood with 19 points while Brandan Resch added 14 and Austin Gibson 10.

Michael Gibson pulled down a team-leading 12 rebounds while Resch and Trevor Linke each grabbed five. Michael Gibson also assisted on three field goals while Resch stole three passes.

Menominee Indian 98

Tigerton 53

The Eagles cruised past the Tigers in a Central Wisconsin Conference crossover clash on Monday.

Menom Powless led Menominee Indian with 26 points.

Kaeden Miller scored 17 points for Tigerton.

Shawano 48

Pulaski 47

The Hawks rallied from a five-point deficit with 35 seconds to play, stunning the Red Raiders on a Nick Grignon 3-pointer with just 2.1 seconds remaining on Friday. The 3-pointer was Grignon’s lone field goal of the game.

Carter Weisnicht tallied 16 points to pace Shawano. Weisnicht hit the 3-pointer to bring the Hawks withing two points before Grignon’s clutch triple.

Karsten Anderson and Nick Sherman added 12 and 11 points, respectively.

Menominee Indian 95

Marion 64

The Eagles improved to 3-0 after easing past the Mustangs on Friday night. Menominee Indian led 53-26 at halftime.

Menom Powless posted 20 points to lead Menominee Indian.

Cody Klegg led Marion with 16 points.

Port Edwards 63

Gresham 37

The Wildcats could not keep pace with the Blackhawks in the second half of a CWC crossover clash on Friday. Gresham trailed by just six at halftime.

Waylon Welch led Gresham with nine points while Lukas Pecore had eight. Nathaniel Juga and Jake Hoffman each added six points.


Shawano second at invitational

The Shawano wrestling team amassed 278 points to place second at the Oconto Invitational on Friday.

Wyatt Brandt (113), Ben Carroll (145) and Keith Tourtillott (220) all took first in their respective weight classes to lead the Hawks. Carter Schmidt (138) and Nick Kohn (285) each placed second.

The rest of Shawano’s wrestlers — Andrew Christian (120), Colten Herm (126), Noah Jones (132), Gage Timm (160) and Crede Timm (170) — all came in third.

Bonduel opens year 4-1

Bonduel opened its season strong, posting a 4-1 dual record on Saturday at the Seymour Duals.

The Bears topped Mishicot (36-33), Peshtigo (58-3), Wausau East (48-21) and Waupun (54-6). The team’s lone loss was a 39-33 setback to Seymour.

Gavin Bougie (113), Isaac Banker (195/220) and Jacob Giese (220/285) each went 5-0 on the day for the Bears. Jayson Toellner (126/132), Logan Majewski (126/132), Max Sokolski (138) and Moises Lagunes (152/160) all finished with just one loss.

Menominee Indian takes eighth

Menominee Indian earned 126 team points to finish eighth at the John Roberts Scramble in Antigo on Saturday.

Darius Wayka (195) and Hunter Connahvichnah (285) led the Eagles with second-place finishes. Morgun Fish (152) placed fourth while Leone Peters (182) and Saswaen Shawanokasic (285) took fifth.

Chargers post 2-3 mark at invite

Wittenberg-Birnamwood opened its season by posting a 2-3 dual record at the Wausau West Invitational on Saturday.

Witt-Birn earned wins over Holmen (58-24) and Rhinelander (48-33) while falling to Tomah (42-28), Sauk Prairie (44-25) and Stanley-Boyd (38-31).

Chad Moegenburg, Jeremy Landowski and Allen Uttecht won all five of their matches at West. Pierson Potrykus, Bryce Zoromski and Zach Johnson all finished 4-1.


Lakeland 83

Shawano 77

The Shawano boys swim team came up just short in a Great Northern Conference dual against Lakeland last Thursday.

Shawano’s 200-yard freestyle relay team of Wylee Springborn, Camden Kroll, Karson Rades and Collin Buerman turned in a first-place finish with a time of 1 minute, 45.8 seconds.

Springborn, Peter Fuller, Buerman and Josh Bergmann came in second in the 400 freestyle relay with a time of 4:01.79. Bergmann, Rades, Fuller and Buerman also came in second in the 200 medley relay with a mark of 2:01.15.

Fuller placed second individually in the 200 IM (2:25.95) and 400 freestyle (5:44.84) while Bergmann took second in the 100 backstroke (1:06.8) and 100 butterfly (1:05.89).

Rades came in second in the 100 breaststroke (1:22.46), Springborn was second in the 100 freestyle (1:00.46) and Buerman finished second in the 50 freestyle (25.46).