High School Highlights


Bonduel 54

Shiocton 46

The Bears rallied over Shiocton in Central Wisconsin Conference-East Division play on Friday.

Kylie Guenther led the charge for Bonduel, scoring a career-high 24 points and pulling down 10 rebounds. Guenther converted 15 free throw attempts on the night.

Allaina Robaidek and Kylie Hoffman each provided eight points and three steals off the bench for the Bears. Jessie LaBerge dished out four assists.

Seymour 50

Shawano 40

The Hawks came up short in a Bay Conference battle with the Thunder on Friday.

Tori DePerry led Shawano by scoring 23 points and pulling down eight rebounds. Kayla Ward tallied nine points and five rebounds.

The loss snapped the Hawks’ three-game winning streak.

Bowler 66

Gresham 59

The Panthers were able to fend off the Wildcats in CWC-North play behind the duo of Kayla Pecore and Jodi Wolf.

Pecore scored 22 points to lead Bowler. Wolf chipped in 16 points.

Valarie Cerveny scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Gresham in the loss. Hannah Cerveny also tallied 12 points, while Makayla Belongia had 11.

Manawa 44

Witt-Birn 37

The Chargers came up on the short end of a CWC crossover game against the Wolves on Friday. Manawa pulled away from a 19-19 tie at halftime to get the win.

Abi Fraaza led Wittenberg-Birnamwood with 12 points and 10 rebounds. She also recorded three steals.

Olivia Curley added eight points, five rebounds and two steals for the Chargers, while Emma Herb tallied five rebounds and three steals.

Amherst 73

Menominee Indian 41

The Eagles could not keep pace with the state-ranked Falcons in a CWC-East matchup on Friday.

Channing O’Kimosh scored 19 points for Menominee Indian in the loss. Kay-Li Corn chipped in eight points.

The Eagles trailed 44-18 at halftime.

Northland Lutheran 49

Tigerton 37

The Tigers could not overcome a big halftime deficit against the Wildcats in CWC-North action on Friday.

Monika Minniecheske provided 14 points for Tigerton. Raven Dewhurst added 12 points.

Tigerton outscored Northland Lutheran 21-17 in the second half.

WVL 49

Marion 24

The Mustangs dropped a CWC-North clash against Wisconsin Valley Lutheran on Friday.

Kyla Zillmer led Marion with 11 points, while Bridget Bazile tallied nine.

Zillmer also led the team by grabbing 13 rebounds. Bazile had eight boards and four steals while Elizabeth Radtke blocked two shots.


Edgar 75

Gresham 51

Edgar won the nonconference battle of the Wildcats over Gresham on Saturday.

Lukas Pecore hit three 3-pointers and led Gresham with 15 points. Waylon Welch and Nathanial Juga each scored nine points.

Gresham hit nine 3-pointers, while Edgar hit 10.

Luxemburg-Casco 61

Clintonville 54

The Truckers came up just a few points short of snagging a North Eastern Conference win over the Spartans on Saturday.

Aiden Polzin paced Clintonville with 17 points on the night. Samuel Wittman added 11 points.

Sean Finger tallied nine points for the Truckers, while Presley Rosenow provided eight points.

Menasha 76

Shawano 64

The Hawks could not hold a slim halftime lead in a Bay Conference battle with the Bluejays on Friday. Shawano was outscored 47-33 in the second half.

Elliott Lowney led Shawano with 16 points, while Carter Weisnicht added 15 points.

Nick Sherman contributed 11 points for the Hawks. Karsten Anderson and Ethan Schwitzer each chipped in seven points.

WVL 51

Marion 46

The Mustangs nearly rallied from a 14-point deficit in a CWC-North setback to Wisconsin Valley Lutheran on Friday.

Dhonivan Haas compiled 15 points, six rebounds and four assists to lead Marion. Jared Krueger tallied 10 points and six boards, while Cody Clegg scored eight points.

Marion outscored WVL 36-27 in the second half.

Northland Lutheran 68

Tigerton 48

Steven Parrott recorded 15 points and 13 rebounds for Tigerton. Austin Hoffmann contributed eight points, nine rebounds and five assists.

Tigerton was outscored 41-27 in the second half after trailing by just six points at halftime.

Denmark 50

Clintonville 33

The Truckers could not break through against the Vikings’ defense in a NEC matchup on Friday.

Clintonville trailed 30-19 at halftime before putting up just 14 points in the final 18 minutes of action.