High School Highlights

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bonduel 65

Crivitz 62 (4 OT)

The Bears outlasted the Wolverines in quadruple overtime on Tuesday to up their win streak to 13 games.

Kylie Guenther scored 23 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and had four steals for Bonduel. Kara Troxel recorded 13 points, 10 rebounds and five steals, while Breanna Schnell posted a career-high 15 points.

“We certainly were happy to get the win but it is unfortunate a team had to lose,” Bonduel coach Jerry Reinke said. “Both teams battled incredibly hard. Breanna and Kylie gave us some great post play and Jessie LaBerge won’t show up in the stats but did a nice job defending Crivitz leading scorer Chloe Gruszynski.”

Shawano 71

Menasha 51

The Hawks pulled away from the Bluejays to claim a Bay Conference victory on Tuesday.

Tori DePerry poured in 25 points to pace Shawano. Rachel Reed and Avery Dreier each chipped in nine points, while Kayla Ward had eight.

Shawano scored 42 second half points after leading by eight at halftime.

Amherst 40

Witt-Birn 38

The Chargers fell just short of a upset win on Tuesday over the Falcons, the Central Wisconsin Conference-East Division leaders.

Amherst scored a basket in the waning second to move to 16-1 overall and 10-0 in conference.

Emma Herb scored 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for Wittenberg-Birnamwood. Abi Fraaza grabbed seven rebounds and dished out six assists, while Erica Wendler had four assists.

Marion 47

NEWCH 40

The Mustangs topped Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschool in nonconference action on Tuesday.

Eden Brennan scored 13 points for Marion, while Tessa Brei and Mar Gurri provided 12 and 11 points, respectively. Bridget Bazile chipped in nine points.

Kyla Zillmer grabbed 10 rebounds for the Mustangs while Brei and Bazile had eight and six boards, respectively. Zillmer also dished out five assists. Bazile had four assists, while Brennan finished with four steals.

Luxemburg-Casco 69

Clintonville 43

The Truckers dropped a North Eastern Conference clash on Tuesday, as the Spartan duo of Cassie Schiltz and Jenna Jorgenson combined for 50 points.

Erin Viergutz led Clintonville with eight points and also grabbed six rebounds.

Selina Torrez had seven points for the Truckers, while Abby King and Hannah Strong each scored six points.

Tigerton 50

WVL 49

The Tigers edged Wisconsin Valley Lutheran in CWC-North play on Tuesday.

Tigerton has won six of its last nine games.

Manawa 78

Gresham 27

The Wildcats could not slow the Wolves in CWC-North action on Tuesday.

Gresham was held to just 10 second half points after trailing 45-17 at halftime.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Bonduel 81

Rosholt 75

The Bears bounced back from a tough loss to Shiocton on Friday with an impressive road, CWC crossover win over the Hornets on Tuesday.

Bonduel scored 45 second half points to overcome a one-point halftime deficit.

Parker Bohm paced the Bears with 25 points, while Isaac Garside scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Cole Letter chipped in 14 points while Jared Wondra and Canaan Szoszorek each provided 10 points.

Seymour 58

Shawano 56

Despite a career-high from Carter Weisnicht, the Hawks came up just short of taking down the Thunder in Bay Conference action on Tuesday.

Weisnicht scored 28 points and nearly helped Shawano rally from a five-point halftime deficit. Nick Sherman contributed 11 points for the Hawks, while Cody Nahwahquaw added seven.

Weisnicht also grabbed a team-leading nine rebounds while Ethan Schwitzer grabbed six. Sherman dished out nine assists, while Weisnicht had five.

WVL 54

Tigerton 46

The Tigers came up a little short in a CWC-North clash with Wisconsin Valley Lutheran on Tuesday.

Kaeden Miller scored 17 points to lead Tigerton in the loss. Steven Parrott recorded 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Tigerton is now 0-9 in conference.

Manawa 79

Gresham 45

The Wildcats could not keep pace with the high-flying Wolves in a CWC-North matchup on Tuesday.

Jake Hoffman paced Gresham with 13 points, while Justice Paiser tallied 10.

Raven Bennett and Lukas Pecore each scored seven points for the Wildcats.

Menominee Indian 67

Wey-Fre 59

The Eagles earned a CWC-East road win over Weyauwega-Fremont on Tuesday.

The win bumped Menominee Indian’s conference record to 3-5.

Amherst 63

Witt-Birn 59

The Chargers came up just short in a CWC-East loss to the Falcons on Tuesday.

The loss marked the seventh in the last eight games for Wittenberg-Birnamwood.