Boys' basketball: Appleton West, Kaukauna, Seymour, Weyauwega-Fremont, Shiocton win

Boys' basketball: Appleton West, Kaukauna, Seymour, Weyauwega-Fremont, Shiocton win

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Boys' basketball: Appleton West, Kaukauna, Seymour, Weyauwega-Fremont, Shiocton win

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Appleton West 80, Menasha 47

At Appleton, the Terrors outscored the Bluejays 48-25 in the second half to pull away.

Jayzon Owens led West (3-2, 3-1) with 21 points and Dominick Thompson added 17.

Emanuel Jenkins, Tyler Johnson and Quintin Montonati each scored 10 for Menasha.

Menasha 9 13 12 13 47
Appleton West 17 15 25 23 80

Menasha: Farragh 3, Gilgen 4, Jenkins 10, D. Johnson 4, T. Johnson 10, Montonati 10, Reimer 6. Totals 13-20 47.

Appleton West: Bell 3, Berlick 10, Harmison 3, Leadley 1, Nelson 2, Otto 10, Owens 21, Reader 13, Thompson 17. Totals 13-23 80.

3-Point Goals: Menasha 2 (Montonati 2), Appleton West 7 (Owens 4, Thompson 3). Total Fouls: Menasha 18, Appleton West 20.

Kaukauna 48, Oshkosh West 42

At Oshkosh, Trent Nytes and Carter Belling combined to score all 13 of Kaukauna’s points in the fourth quarter.

Nytes finished with 22 and Belling had 15 for the Ghosts.

Kaukauna 13 12 10 13 48
Oshkosh West 9 16 6 11 42

Kaukauna: Nytes 22, Belling 15, Schalow 6, Hansen 3, Patterson 2. Totals 2-5 48.

Oshkosh West: Guenther 10, O’Keefe 10, Stanek 9, Kroll 4, Rosenbaum 2, Lemon 4, Christpherson 3. Totals 0-1 42.

3-Point Goals: Kaukauna 4 (Belling 3, Hansen 1), Oshkosh West 6 (O’Keefe 2, Guenther 2, Stanek, Christopherson). Total
Fo
uls: K 14, OW 14.

Fond du Lac 65, Appleton North 50

At Fond du Lac, Ian Gerrity and Mike Lukashewich each had nine points for the Lightning in the loss.

Appleton North 9 8 15 18 50
Fond du Lac 12 13 15 15 65

Appleton North: Dudley 7, Lukashewich 9, Johansen 8, Goeden 8, Gerrity 9, Mahoney 4, Nelson 5. Totals 15-21 50.

Fond du Lac: Sosalla 10, Schorse 16, Cleveland 6, Luteyn 14, Windsor 11, Armon 8. Totals 17-30 65.

3-Point Goals: Appleton North 6, Fond du Lac 2.

Bay Conference

Seymour 73, Hortonville 37

At Seymour, Dakota Oskey scored 21 of his 27 points in the first half as the Thunder built a big halftime lead and never looked back.

Sandy Cohen added 18 points and Casey Jefson added 10 for Seymour.

Hortonville was led by Alex Lasinski’s 11 points.

Hortonville 10 14 4 9 37
Seymour 14 26 19 14 73

Hortonville: Frederick 2, Killoren 6, Knupple 6, Lasinski 11, Lillge 2, Pahl 2, Sommers 3, Thompson 2, Witthuhn 3. Totals 10-15 37.

Seymour: Alicia 8, Cohen 18, Jefson 10, Krahn 2, Oskey 27, Powless 3, Wilinski 5. Totals 18-22 73.

3-Point Goals: Hortonville 1 (Lasinski 1), Seymour 9 (Alicia 2, Cohen 1, Jefson 1, Krahn 1, Oskey 3, Powless 1), Total Fouls: Hortonville 19, Seymour 16.

Shawano 50, New London 38

At Shawano, Sajen Knueppel scored 11 points to lead the Hawks (4-1, 2-0).

New London 7 9 6 16 38
Shawano 7 13 14 16 50

New London: Zaddock 4, Krueger 2, Porath 9, Wolf 5, Pinch 12, Thomas 2, Barrington 3, Thiemer. Totals 10-14 38.

Shawano: Geenan 2, Knueppel 11, Raddant 3, Dallas 8, Wilber 2, Sousek 2, Schlise 2, Cox 3, Lacy 2, Quinn 2, Gueths 1. Totals 6-14 50.

3-Point Goals: New London 4 (Zaddock 1, Wolf 1, Pinch 2), Shawano 4 (Knueppel 1, Raddant 1, Dallas 2). Total Fouls: New London 15, Shawano 16.

Central Wisconsin-8

Weyauwega-Fremont 69, Manawa 28

At Weyauwega, Lincoln Van Cuick scored 11 of his 18 points in the first half and Dan Prillwitz added 15 points for the Indians (3-1, 1-1).

Shane Manthey and Mathew Radloff each scored seven points for Manawa.

Manawa 10 9 3 6 28
Wey-Fremont 19 15 22 13 69

Manawa: Blum 3, Langman 4, Manthey 7, Osterling 3, Radloff 7, Wilz 4. Totals 3-4 28.

Weyauwega-Fremont: Akey 4, Goetsch 1, Hudziak 11, Krause 8, Pankow 2, Prillwitz 15, Schroeder 8, Van Cuick 18, Wild 2. Totals 10-19 69.

3-Point Goals: Manawa 3 (Blum 1, Osterling 1, Radloff 1), Weyauwega-Fremont 1 (Hudziak 1), Total Fouls: Manawa 18, Weyauwega-Fremont 12.

Shiocton 63, Pacelli 58

At Shiocton, the Chiefs led by 16 in the fourth quarter and held off a furious rally by Pacelli, which got within four late in the game.

Nathan Schmidt made four free throws in the fourth quarter and finished with 17 points for Shiocton (3-1, 2-0).

“It was one of those battles,” Shiocton coach Chad Schmidt said. “It was a very physical game. I’m proud of our kids. They played with a lot of toughness and a lot of poise for most of the game.”

Patrick Brouillard added 16 points and Gage Kamp had 14.

Pacelli 7 17 12 22 58
Shiocton 13 14 21 15 63

Pacelli: Elliott 18, Feltz 4, Glodowski 5, Groos 9, Jamison 8, O’Sullivan 14. Totals 15-20 58.

Shiocton: Braun 2, Brouillard 16, Heinemeyer 6, Kamp 14, Schmidt 17, Van Asten 8. Totals 10-18 63.

3-Point Goals: Pacelli 5 (Elliott 1, Glodowski 1, Groos 1, Jamison 2), Shiocton 7 (Kamp 3, Schmidt 3, Van Asten 1). Total Fouls: Pacelli 13, Shiocton 17.

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