High School Highlights

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bonduel 58

Iola-Scandinavia 30

The Bears cruised to a lopsided Central Wisconsin Conference-East Division win over the short-handed Thunderbirds on Tuesday.

Jessie LaBerge led Bonduel by scoring 16 points and also recording four steals. Kara Troxel totaled 10 points, five steals and three assists while Kylie Guenther had eight points and five rebounds.

The Bears committed just seven turnovers during the contest while winning their seventh straight game.

Witt-Birn 63

Wey-Fre 34

The Chargers had eight players score in a rout of Weyauwega-Fremont in a CWC-East clash on Tuesday.

Chloe King led the charge by scoring 17 points, hitting three 3-pointers on the night. Emma Herb scored 12 points while Megan Konkol and Abi Fraaza each scored nine points. Amara Schoepke contributed seven points.

Schoepke pulled down a team-high six rebounds while King, Herb and Jadalynn Davids each had five. Fraaza had four assists while Olivia Curley tallied three steals and three assists.

Menominee Indian 59

Shiocton 31

The duo of Mimi Beaulieu-Morgan and Channing O’Kimosh powered the Eagles to a CWC-East win over Shiocton on Tuesday.

Beaulieu-Morgan and O’Kimosh each scored 23 points to help Menominee Indian win for the fourth time in the last five games.

“We hit a variety of shots from all over the court and our passing led to a number of layups,” Eagles coach Mike Skenadore said. “I thought our zone gave them some frustration and limited their opportunities and the girls were feeding off that success.”

Tigerton 44

Marion 32

A big game from Monika Minniecheske helped the Tigers topple the Mustangs in a CWC-North clash on Tuesday.

Minniecheske scored 20 points for Tigerton, which won its second straight game.

Bridget Bazile led Marion with 10 points while Eden Brennan and Andi Elandt contributed eight and six points, respectively. Kyla Zillmer recorded six rebounds, Elizabeth Radtke tallied seven steals and five boards, while Bazile stole seven passes.

WVL 42

Bowler 36

The Panthers fell short in a CWC-North battle against Wisconsin Valley Lutheran on Tuesday.

Bowler was outscored by three points in each half. The Panthers have lost seven straight.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Iola-Scandinavia 58

Bonduel 55 (OT)

The Bears suffered a heartbreaking overtime loss to the Thunderbirds in a CWC-East showdown on Tuesday.

Parker Bohm paced Bonduel by scoring 20 points on the night. Isaac Boldt hit four 3-pointers while tallying 14 points.

Jared Wondra hit a trio of triples to tally 11 points while Canaan Szoszorek had six points.

Marion 79

Tigerton 46

The Mustangs earned a CWC-North victory over the Tigers behind a big game from Dhonivan Haas on Tuesday.

Haas scored 22 points to help Marion score its third win in the last four games.

Kaeden Miller led Tigerton with 13 points while also tallying four steals. Izaiah Hidde contributed 10 points, five assists and four steals while Steven Parrott had eight points and 12 rebounds.

Gresham 60

Stockbridge 53

A big second half surge helped the Wildcats top Stockbridge in nonconference action on Tuesday.

Gresham outscored Stockbridge 41-26 in the second half and tallying just 19 first half points.

Waylon Welch scored 19 points in the game, hitting 9-of-10 free throws. Raven Bennett added 16 points and had an 8-for-8 night at the free throw line. Justice Paiser chipped in 11 points while Jake Hoffman had eight.

Clintonville 50

Little Chute 45

The Truckers outscored the Mustangs by six in the second half to grab a North Eastern Conference win on Tuesday.

Alberto Dominguez scored 12 points to lead Clintonville in scoring. Samuel Wittman tallied 11 points.

Nathan Morse and Sean Finger each scored eight points while Presley Rosenow had seven.

Wey-Fre 61

Witt-Birn 50

The Chargers could not overcome a 21-point halftime deficit in a CWC-East loss to Weyauwega-Fremont on Tuesday.

Michael Gibson scored 16 points while also tallying 13 rebounds and five steals for Wittenberg-Birnamwood.

Ethan Wesolowski contributed 15 points and three assists while Brendan Resch had 12 points and four steals.

Shiocton 75

Menominee Indian 48

The Eagles could not keep pace with Shiocton in a CWC-East matchup on Tuesday.

Menom Powless led Menominee Indian with 13 points. Tiger Dixon and Kyle Lyons each added nine points while Norman Kakwitch scored seven.

The loss snapped the Eagles four-game winning streak.