Raiders boys best Mosinee

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MEDFORD – The Medford boys basketball team got big-time contributions from opposite ends of the spectrum on Friday night, as a seasoned senior and a freshman led the way.

Senior John Keefe had a game-high 26 points, burying four 3-pointers and freshman Taylor Dunlap added 16 points, as the Raiders downed Mosinee 53-43 in a Great Northern Conference game.

“Our defensive effort was impressive, especially in the second half,” Medford coach Ron Lien said. “John Keefe had a phenomenal game for us and Taylor Dunlap had 16 big points, which was huge.”

Mosinee 10 17 9 7 43
Medford 15 13 15 10 53

MOSINEE (43): Max Soderberg 9, Brandon Pitrowski 10, Maguire 2, Jay Ritger 9, Andy Maas 6, Zach Sippl 5, Lloyd 2.

MEDFORD (53): John Keefe 26, Connor Baumann 1, Skyler Anderson 3, Taylor Dunlap 16, Leonhard 3, Austin Salzgebar 4.

3-pointers: Mosinee 4, (Piotrowski 2, Ritger, Soderberg); Medford (Keefe 4, Anderson, Leonhard).

Records: Medford 5-1, 2-1 GNC: Mosinee 1-1 GNC.

Owen-Withee 56, Gilman 30

GILMAN – Aleyna Goerlitz scored a game-high 16 points to lead the Blackhawks to a Cloverbelt Conference East Division victory over the Pirates.

Stephanie Heggemeier chipped in 14 points for Owen-Withee.

Owen-Withee 18 18 15 5 56
Gilman 8 3 10 9 30

OWEN-WITHEE (56): Emily Gokey 7, Stephanie Heggemier 14, Bailey Karaba 5, Emily Heggemeier 4, Kristin Kitilca, Alissa Fritz 1, Aleyna Goerlitz 16, Haley Burnell 7.

GILMAN (30): Latz 13, Skabroud 6, Shlley Skabroud 7, Sheldon Schmitt 1, Morgan Dinkenholtz 2, Desirae Budzinski 1.

3-pointers: O-W 1, Gokey). Gilman 1, (S. Skabroud).

Records: Owen-Withee 5-1.

Neillsville 51, Columbus Cath. 23

Jenny Lindner scored a game-high 20 points, as Neillsville turned a five-point game at halftime into a rout after a dominant third quarter.

The Warriors outscored the Dons 24-3 in the third period, with Lindner scoring eight of her 20 in the decisive period.

Liz Manlick accounted for all but nine of the Dons’ points, finishing with 14.

Neillsville 14 5 24 8 51
Columbus Cath. 7 7 3 6 23

COLUMBUS CATHOLIC (23): Liz Manlick 14, Abby Strobel 2, Kayla Selz 3, Hannah Stratman 4.

NEILLSVILLE (51): S. Larrabee 3, K. Crothers 2, J. Lindner 20, C. Naughton 2, L. Opelt 8, M. Naughton 5.

3-pointers: CC 4, (Manlick 3, Selz); Neillsville 6, (Larrabee, Lindner 3, Opelt 2).

N. Lutheran 55, Pittsville 47

KRONENWETTER – Jenna Terek and Morgan Thums scored 16 points apiece and Brittanie Boeck chipped in 14 points and six steals as the Wildcats used a 16-3 second quarter to down the Panthers.

Sarah Schmitz and Marissa Ortner led the Panthers with 14 points each and Tasha Vogel added 13.

Pittsville 12 3 13 19 47
N. Luth. 8 16 18 13 55

PITTSVILLE (47): Tasha Vogel 13, Jenna Hughes 3, Sarah Schmitz 14, Marissa Ortner 14, Kari Beckman 3.

NORTHLAND LUTHERAN (55): Brittanie Boeck 14, Ashley Colby 3, Savannah Jepeson 2, Morgan Thums 16, Jenna Terek 16, Ellen Smith 4.

3-pointers: Pittsville (Vogel 2); NL (Colby).

Records: Pittsville 0-7, 0-4 Marawood-South; Northland 3-3, 1-3 Marawood-South.

Medford 50, Mosinee 34

MEDFORD – The Raiders overpowered the Bluejays thanks to Katie Messman’s 15 points. Shealyn Strebig also chipped in with 12 for the Raiders. Julie Kijak was the top scoreer for Mosinee with nine points in her team’s loss.

Mosinee 9 8 8 9 34
Medford 17 10 13 10 50

Mosinee(34): Krueger 1, Beste 3, Dulak 5, Liz Zuelke 6, Hill 2, Kijak 9, Freundl 6.

Medford(50): Wibben 2, Strebig 12, Messman 15, Bergman 8, Stolp 1, Christenson 8, J. Stolt 4.

3 Pointers: Mosinee(1): Beste. Medford(4): Messman 2, Bergman 2.

Marathon 33, Auburndale 32

AUBURNDALE – The Raiders squeaked out a Marawood Conference South Division win in a defensive battle.

Brooke Seubert and Natasha Hanke each score eight points to lead Marathon.

Nicole Nikolay scored 13 to lead Auburndale.

Marathon 11 11 4 7 33
Auburndale 7 11 3 11 32

MARATHON (33): Andrea Wirkus 2, Morgan Wirkus 5, Brooke Seubert 8, Brianna Wirkus 5, Natasha Hanke 8, Emily Kind 3, Tori Blume 2.

AUBURNDALE (32): Kendra Kundinger 6, Stefani Karl 4, Mikayla Jankowski 1, Becky Willfahrt 2, Nicole Nikolay 13, Shannon Yonnke 5, Kayla Gotz 1.

3-pointers: Marathon none; Auburndale 2 (Kundinger 2).

Augusta 43, Spencer 41 (OT)

AUGUSTA – Dani Nelson scored 20 points for the Beavers to help them win by two in overtime. Tara Matter was the leading scorer for the Rockets with 21 points.

Spencer 5 6 7 16 7 41
Augusta 3 7 12 12 9 43

Spencer (41): Jordan Wichlacz 3, Karly Bump 4, Marisa Johnson 3, Macie Weber 6, Tara Matter 21, Abby Varsho 4, Alicia Endreas 3.

Augusta(43): Catherine Schaffer 7, Dani Nelson 20, Courtney Schaffer 4, Amber Herrick 9, Desyre Klindworth 3.

3-Pointers: Augusta none. Spencer(3): Bump, Andreas, Matter.

Assumption 52, Stratford 33

WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Five players scored at least eight points as the Royals spread out their offense to beat the Tigers.

Hannah Skibba led the way for Assumption with 11. Macie Zurfluh had nine while Jenny Wanta, Gena Grundhoffer and Brittney Birkhauser each scored eight.

Brooke Schultze led Stratford with 15 points.

Stratford 3 13 7 10 33
Assumption 11 17 13 11 52

STRATFORD (33): Brooke Schultze 15, Emily Hanke 3, Carrie Stroetz 8, Casey Kohlbeck 5, Tianna Hughes 2.

ASSUMPTION (52): Jenny Wanta 8, Mary Sigler 6, Macie Zurfluh 9, Gena Grundhoffer 8, Brittney Birkhauser 8, Hannah Skibba 11, Olivia Skibba 2.

3-pointers: Stratford 2 (Schultze 2); Assumption 3 (Wanta 2, Zurfluh).

Colby 47, Greenwood 39

GREENWOOD – Taylor Lynn scored 12 points to lead a balanced attack for Colby.

Sarah Gamillo added nine while Micaela Haas and Lisa Horacek each had eight for the Hornets.

Claire Lindner led Greenwood with 12 and Rylie Johnson added 10.

Colby 12 14 8 13 47
Greenwood 10 16 8 5 39

COLBY (47): Lyddia Calmes 6, Jessica Empey 4, Taylor Lynn 12, Sarah Gamillo 9, Micaela Haas 8, Lisa Horacek 8.

GREENWOOD (39): Paige Lawler 2, Rylie Johnson 10, Claire Lindner 12, Taylor Opelt 8, Taylor Suda 1, Teagan Mayenschein 2, Kassandra Humke 4.

3-pointers: Colby none; Greenwood 1 (Lindner).

Almond-Bancroft 35, Men. Indian 33

MENOMINEE – Marissa Warzynski hit a last second 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Almond-Bancroft girls basketball team a thrilling 35-33 victory on Friday. Warzynksi finished with 13 points and McKenzie Miner had nine. Casey Frechette and S. Peters paced Menominee with 11 points each. Almond-Bancroft’s record is now 3-1 on the season.

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