Pulaski 2, Green Bay Southwest 0
PULASKI – Michael Knauer and Ian Duke each scored once as Pulaski blanked Green Bay Southwest to improve to 4-0.
Sean Cropper and Brandon Buhr each had an assist and Logan Vandenhouten made seven saves for the Red Raiders.
Bay Port 2, Sheboygan North 2
SHEBOYGAN – Ethan Kenny and Ryan Fuglestad both scored on passes from Dakota White for Bay Port, but Sheboygan North was able to score late in the second half to force this game into a tie.
Dillon Pallex had 15 saves for the Pirates (3-1-1, 0-0-1).
Green Bay Notre Dame 8, Ashwaubenon 1
Michael Latorre netted four goals as host Green Bay Notre Dame put the game away with six goals in the second half.
Caleb Smyth, Erik Flores, Jakob Janquart and Eric Meyer each scored and Martin Metzler and Austin Watzka combined for three saves in goal for the Tritons.
Jake Duquaine scored the only goal for the Jaguars.
De Pere 2, Manitowoc 1
MANITOWOC – Joe Fabich had a goal and an assist as De Pere won its Fox River Classic Conference opener.
Edgar Bennett added a goal, Brett Dvorak had an assist and James Diedrick made five saves for the Redbirds (3-1-1, 1-0).
Byron Anderson scored a goal for Manitowoc.
Algoma 5, Gresham 3
ALGOMA – Rodrigo Arvizu scored twice and Trey Mcafee added a goal and two assists as Algoma slipped past Gresham.
Dakota Berg and Nathaniel Berg also scored for the Wolves (1-1), and Jake Blazkovec made 15 stops in net.
Green Bay Preble 3, Green Bay East 1
Tied at halftime, Audi Jepson and John Swanson both scored in the second half to lift the host Hornets over Green Bay East in its conference opener Tuesday night.
Evan Garcia scored Green Bay Preble’s (3-0-1, 1-0) first goal, which tied the game late in the first half.
David Gomez scored the game’s first goal for Green Bay East (4-1-2, 0-1).
Seymour 1, Fox Valley Lutheran 0
APPLETON – Hunter Effa scored in the 50th minute to get Seymour past the Foxes.
Alex Bloom made 14 stops for the Thunder.
N.E.W. Lutheran 3, Menasha St. Mary 0
MENASHA – Sam Schaefer scored two goals, Sam Brock had one goal and Kristian Zimmerman made nine saves for N.E.W. Lutheran (5-0-0, 2-0-0).