High school: Saturday’s sports results

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BOYS BASKETBALL

BAY PORT 80, SAINT JOHN’S NORTHWEST MILITARY ACADEMY 68

BROOKFIELD – Nate Forystek scored 21 points to lead the Pirates to the victory at the NY2LA Sports Classic.

Logan Geissler added 16 points and nine rebounds, Gunnar DeCleene had 13 points, and Andrew Thomas had 12 points and eight assists for Bay Port.

Saint John’s NW Military  29  39  –  68

Bay Port  33  47  –  80

Saint John’s NW Military: Timm 11, Bensch 10, Fritsche 2, Gittens 7, Podziemski 31, Jensen 7. 3-pt: Podziemski 6, Timm. FT: 19-35. F: 14.

Bay Port: DeCleene 13, Begotka 6, Forystek 21, Freeman 3, Thomas 12, Klein 2, Geissler 16, Plumb 5, Vannes 2. 3-pt: DeCleene 3, Freeman, Geissler 2, Plumb. FT: 11-13. F: 23.

KAUKAUNA 88, GREEN BAY SOUTHWEST 65

KAUKAUNA – The Ghosts trailed 48-45 with 13 minutes left but went on an 11-0 run to take control in the win over the Trojans.

Jacob Newhouse led five Kaukauna players in double figures with 24 points, with 14 coming in the second half.

Also hitting double figures for Kaukauna was Keaton Ferris with 14 points and Logan Jedwabny, Chris Morgan and Tyson Stelow-Waldrop each with 12 points.

Ty Melchert led Green Bay Southwest with 22 points.

Green Bay Southwest  30  35  –  65

Kaukauna  30  58  –  88

Green Bay Southwest: Melchert 22, Danforth 4, Baade 11, Foster 2, Pytleski 10, Bruley 5, Burg 9, Rush 2. 3-pt: Melchert 3, Baade 3, Bruley FT: 2-5. F: 15.

Kaukauna: Moreau 6, Jedwabny 12, Strohl 4, Morgan 12, Ferris 14, Stelow-Waldrop 12, Hammen 4, Newhouse 24. 3-pt: Moreau, Jedwabny 2, Morgan 2, Ferris, Newhouse 2. FT: 8-11. F: 9.

WRIGHTSTOWN 75, MINERAL POINT 70

KAUKAUNA – Tyler Kroes and Sam Haese scored all 11 of the Tigers’ points in overtime to lead them to the win over the Pointers.

Haese finished with 27 points, while Kroes had 17 points.

Mineral Point was led by Joah Fildaro, who poured in 35 points.

Wrightstown  40  24  11  –  75

Mineral Point  29  35  6  –  70

Wrightstown: Van Zeeland 3, Kroes 17, Peer 9, Lamers 7, Hansen 2, Nemecek 10, Haese 27. 3-pt: Van Zeeland, Kroes, Peer, Nemecek, Haese 5. FT: 18-25. F: 17

Mineral Point: Watters 16, Wiegman 4, Buehler 6, Fildaro 35, Sumpf 2, Sporle 4, Bossert 3. 3-pt: Watters 3, Fildaro 7, Bossert. FT: 9-12. F: 21.

CRIVITZ 78, WABENO/LAONA 51

MILWAUKEE – Chandler Kalenberg and Jaden Werner both scored 14 points to lead the Wolverines to the win over the Rebels at Fiserv Forum.

The duo scored 20 of their 28 points in the first half when Crivitz jumped out to a 41-26 halftime lead.

Wabeno/Laona was led by Michael Stamper with 14 points. Reed Christianson added 10 points.

Wabeno/Laona  26  25  –  51

Crivitz  41  37  –  78

Wabeno/Laona: Taylor 7, Lempel 1, M. Seeber 3, Carter Janesch 5, Christianson 10, Stamper 14, Pakulski 6, Kalata 4, Immel 1. 3-pt: Taylor, M. Seeber, Stamper FT: 8-15. F: 20.

Crivitz: Kaldenberg 14, Werner 14, Franzen 5, Sellen 5, Andrist 5, Baumann 8, Wagner 4, Holmes 2, Grandaw 9, Gehm 4, Spalding 2, Bieber 1, Biernasz 3, Christenson 2. 3-pt: Kaldenberg 3, Werner, Franzen, Grandaw 3. FT: 16-34. F: 18.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

GILLETT 41, SURING 40

SURING – The Tigers outscored the Eagles 26-13 in the second half to rally for the victory.

Aubrey DeBauch scored 15 points and had 12 rebounds for Gillett. Karissa Schaal had 14 points and 12 rebounds.

Suring was led by Kylee Stelzer with 19 points.

Gillett   15   26   –  41

Suring    27   13   –  40

Gillett: Young 4, DeBauch 15, Schaal 14, Long 4, Wickman 2, Franti 2. 3-pt: None. FT: 5-14. F: 13.

Suring: Bubolz 2, Mahoney 9, Stelzer 19, Krueger 4, Huth 2, Smith 4. 3-pt: Mahoney 3, Stelzer. FT: 2-3.

BOYS HOCKEY

NOTRE DAME 8, WAUKESHA 1

ASHWAUBENON – The Tritons scored five goals in the first period and rolled to the win over the Wings.

Notre Dame, which outshot Waukesha 55-7, got two first-period goals from both Callan Budinger and Sawyer School, with Brendan Poshak accounting for the fifth goal of the period.

Quinn Koszarek and Josh DeLange had second-period goals for Notre Dame, with Jacob Conrad getting the final goal in the third period.

Sam Petermann had three assists for Notre Dame, with Poshak and Brendan Gruber getting two. Isaac Rentmeester, DeLange, Corbin Skinner, Budinger, Scott Russell and Riley Onell each had one assist.

Xavier Roberts had six saves for Notre Dame.

NEENAH/HORTONVILLE/MENASHA 3, BAY PORT 1

ASHWAUBENON – The Rockets scored twice in the first period and made the lead stand up in their win over the Pirates.

Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha broke on top on a goal by Thomas Burns with Ethan Long getting the assist. The Rockets made it 2-0 later in the first period on Drew Sutton’s goal with Long again assisting.

Bay Port made it 2-1 in the second period on a goal by Alex Voss, with Sean Samels and Bryce Strand assisting.

Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha clinched the game with an empty-net goal by Sutton with 52 seconds left.

Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha had a huge advantage in shots, outshooting Bay Port 29-12.

Jake Mork had 11 saves for the Rockets. Pirates goalie Marcus Niemi had 26 saves.

FOND DU LAC 8, DE PERE 1

FOND DU LAC – Caden Carlson and Max Erstad each scored two goals to lead the Cardinals to the win.

Cole Carlson, Josh Stephany, Keenan Schwartz and Nolan Grier also scored.

Corbin Guy had 19 saves in goal for Fond du Lac.

WRESTLING

BAY PORT BATTLE ON THE BAY

MUKWONAGO 592.5, WRIGHTSTOWN 475.5, DE PERE 406, LUXEMBURG-CASCO 382, ASHWAUBENON 361.5, DENMARK 341, BAY PORT 331.5, WEST BEND EAST 297.5, OCONTO FALLS 294, FRANKLIN 248.5, WEST DE PERE 230.5, OCONOMOWOC 222, PEWAUKEE 218, BROOKFIELD EAST 215.5, ELKHORN 214, ESCANABA 212.5 OSHKOSH WEST 211, GREEN BAY PREBLE 196.5, MUSKEGO 190.5, RHINELANDER 189, APPLETON NORTH 168, MISHICOT 148.5, SPARTA 140.5, EAST TROY 104, SOUTHERN DOOR 91, GREEN BAY WEST/EAST/SOUTHWEST 64, ST. JOHN’S NORTHWESTERN MILITARY ACADEMY 56

106 – First: Shane Corrigan DP won by technical fall over Joey Showalter ELK 22-5; Third: Easton Worachek LC dec. Sabri Sino FRA 2-0. 113 – First: Nick Alexander WR dec. Tim Fox RHI 6-4; Third: Fahad Aziz FR dec. Collin Hansen DP 9-6. 120 – First: Alec Hunter OW dec. Cody Goebel MUK 6-1; Third: Michael Smith AN dec. Kaden Rosas FRA 4-1. 126 – First: Jacob Wisinski MUK dec. Dan Ciriacks WBE 8-4; Third: Alec Ukkola WDP won by technical fall over Luke Trepanier OF 18-2. 132 – First: Cayden Henschel WBE dec. Cody Minor ASH 5-2; Third: Kaiden Koltz WRI dec. Jake Hendricks WDP 7-0. 138 – First: Lucas Joniaux LC dec. Jacob Ward BP 8-5; Third: Tyler Goebel MUK won by forfeit over Collin Derenne GBP. 145 – First: Aidan Medora SJNWMA dec. Connor Thorpe BE 16-4; Third: Ethan Schwartz DEN won by forfeit over Hunter Larson ESC. 152 – First: Ben Durocher WRI dec. Noah Leisgang ASH 5-1; Third: Nate Stokhaug MUK dec. Michael Alexander DP 11-3. 160 – First: Clayton Whiting OF dec. Dawson Dembroski ASH 3-1; Third: Cole Hansen MUK dec. Reece Piontek DEN 5-2. 170 – First: Connor Ramage ASH pinned Lucas Benn MUK 5-3; Third: Colman Karl ELK won by forfeit over Lincoln Willett OCO. 182 – First: Reece Worachek LC dec. Jordan Vandehei ASH 11-2; Third: Luke Stromberg MUK pinned Aaron Taylor ELK :41. 195 – First: Quincy Klister WRI dec. Gabe Wertel DEN 2-1; Third: Drake Anderson BP pinned Maximus Berrios MUK 3:11. 220 – First: Frank Koeppel MIS pinned Nathan Moynihan ASH 1:33; Third: Trevor Knapp RHI dec. Bryce Graef WDP 19-16. 285 – First: Max Meeuwsen BP dec. Tyler Pitcel MUK 9-3; Third: John Champe BE dec. John Pekar FRA 6-3.

BRILLION INVITATIONAL

BRILLION 366, SHAWANO 276, WINNECONNE 273, SHIOCTON 215.5, OMRO 178.5, MARATHON 71, STURGEON BAY 52, PESHTIGO 43

106 – First: Bryce Crowley OM pinned Mason Sternard WIN 3:21; Third: Trenton Nicklaus BR dec. Garett Deiter BR 7-0; 113 – First: Grant Geiger BR pinned Caden Kleinschmidt WIN 5:42. 120 – First: Jericho Helser SHI pinned Cole Peter BR 1:22; Third: Sam Flannery SHI won by injury default over Connor Majewski SHA. 126 – First: Caleb Meunier WIN pinned Kaden Besaw OM 4:45; Third: Wyatt Brandt SHA dec. Cashton Miller BR 6-0. 132 – First: Bradley Demerath SHI pinned Mavric Nohr BR 5:37; Third: Gavin Coshenet WIN pinned Ben Denamur SB 1:26. 138 – First: Noah Jones SHA dec. Jared Jahnke SHI 8-7; Third: David Geiger BR won by forfeit over Joey Klemm WIN. 145 – First: Garnett Stebane BR won by technical fall over Jared Sweno MAR 16-0; Third: Carter Schmidt SHA pinned Davin Piechocki SHI 5:30. 152 – First: Ben Carroll SHA pinned Karter Trace BR 4:45; Third: Reef Anthony SHA pinned Candon Yonke OM 2:58. 160 – First: Carter Stebane BR pinned Gage Timm SHA 4:00; Third: Hector Pintor MAR dec. Dion Helser SHI 10-8. 170 – First: Evan Miller WIN pinned Garrett Kilgas BR 5:11; Third: Andrew Popp SHA pinned Ben Stone OM :32. 182 – First: Matt Crowley WIN pinned Colin Schuman BR 4:00; Third: Quardell Littleowl SHA pinned Jon Courtois PES 2:46. 195 – First: Sam Galoff BR won by technical fall over Jaden Dorn SHI 17-2; Third: Dylan Krings WIN pinned Trace Yeager SHA 3:34. 220 – First: Keith Tourtillott SHA pinned Levi Galoff BR :50; Third: Kyle Dietzen OM pinned Jackson Smits SHA :56. 285 – First: Nick Kohn SHA pinned Ethan Welsh WIN 4:45; Third: Mitchell Braun WIN pinned Brady Thompson OM 1:11.

SWIMMING

APPLETON WEST TERROR RELAYS

NEENAH 290, GREEN BAY UNITED 242, ASHWAUBENON 202, BERLIN/GREEN LAKE 202, BRILLION/VALDERS/CHILTON 178, STEVENS POINT 166, OSHKOSH WEST 158, FOND DU LAC 142, MANITOWOC 132, APPLETON WEST/KIMBERLY 120, WISCONSIN RAPIDS 62, APPLETON NORTH/EAST 24

Diving R: 1, Appleton West/Kimberly (Louis Froehlich, Grant Swanstrom, Carson Swanstrom) 215.35; 2, Neenah (Ryan Foucault, Nate Helwig, Connor Buss) 203.4; 3, Appleton North/East (Drew Schmitz, Eli Corbett) 161.9. 100 Free R: 1, Neenah (Tony Van Sambeek, Nolan Balensiefen, Jensen Rocke, Luke Makowski) :52.76; 2, Green Bay United (Dalton Bain, Nova Verboomen, Jordan Running Bear, Chase Castleberg) :57.08; 3, Wisconsin Rapids (Matthew O’Connor, Jackson Meyer, Harry Lambert, Adam Price) :58.00. 200 Medley R: 1, Green Bay United (Mikhail Neverman, Macoy Socha, Kaiser Neverman, Riley Komp) 1:54.53; 2, Neenah (Michael Conn, Jensen Rocke, Andrew Copeland, Tony Van Sambeek) 1:56.87; 3, Stevens Point (Samuel Gargulak, Kyle Franz, Parker Soik, Marco Kurzynski) 2:09.30. 500 Crescendeo Free R: 1, Ashwaubenon (Nick Messamore, Cooper Herr, Joe Steffel, Jackson Hodek) 5:10.47; 2, Appleton West/Kimberly (Sawyer Steens, Jack Weber, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Graham Moore) 5:30.57; 3, Stevens Point (Owen Bond, Keegan McKinley-Chapin, Samuel Gargulak, Konnor Pigler) 5:43.37. 300 Back R: 1, Neenah (Austin Henderson, Ethan Coons, Michael Conn) 3:07.61; 2, Berlin/Green Lake (Wyatt Aton, Erik Olmen, Broderick Roost) 3:41.05; 3, Stevens Point (Cade Casey, Kyle Franz, Eddie Sapa) 3:41.51. 400 Free R: 1, Neenah (Alec Reiter, Caleb Youngwerth, Jakob Zehner, Tony Van Sambeek) 4:06.09; 2, Stevens Point (Marco Kurzynski, Hugh Gundersen, Cade Casey, Konnor Pilger) 4:16.40; 3, Berlin/Green Lake (Hunter Neubauer, Derek Zamzow, Andrew Garczynski, Kaden Fritz) 4:21.00. 200 Breast/Fly R: 1, Neenah (Eli Klawikowski, Ethan Coons, Jensen Rocke, Alec Reiter) 2:08.65; 3, Fond du Lac (Jake Biermann, Alexander Braatz, Billy Kotansky, Sullivan Langolf) 2:17.57. 400 Medley R: 1, Green Bay United (Mikhail Neverman, Max Pribyl, Kaiser Neverman, Riley Komp) 4:24.33; 2, Neenah (Austin Henderson, Eli Klawikowski, Andrew Copeland, Maxwell Copeland) 4:25.94; 3, Stevens Point (Cade Casey, Kyle Franz, Parker Soik, Marco Kurzynski) 4:39.95. 300 IM R: 1, Ashwaubenon (Joe Steffel, Jackson Hodek, Cooper Herr) 3:24.39; 2, Neenah (Ethan Coons, Eli Klawikowski, Maxwell Copeland) 3:31.83; 3, Brillion/Valders/Chilton (Bryce Van Rooy, David Suttner, Parker Sonnabend) 3:46.25. 200 Free R: 1, Neenah (Austin Henderson, Andrew Copeland, Maxwell, Copeland, Michael Conn) 1:44.01; 2, Green Bay United (Riley Komp, Mikhail Neverman, Macoy Socha, Kaiser Neverman) 1:46.33; 3, Brillion/Valders/Chilton (Marcus Bollini, Bryce Van Rooy, David Suttner, Parker Sonnabend) 1:52.70. 100 Medley R: 1, Berlin/Green Lake (Wyatt Aton, Isaiah Taylor, Hunter Neubauer, Andrew Garczynski) 1:00.26; 2, Neenah (Nolan Balensiefen, Caleb Youngwerth, Alec Reiter, Luke Makowski) 1:00.93; 3, Appleton West/Kimberly (Ethan VanDyke, Sawyer Stevens, Graham Moore, Ryan Fitzpatrick) 1:03.30.



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