Boys' basketball: Neenah, Kaukauna, Xavier, Freedom, Clintonville cruise to wins

Boys' basketball: Neenah, Kaukauna, Xavier, Freedom, Clintonville cruise to wins

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Boys' basketball: Neenah, Kaukauna, Xavier, Freedom, Clintonville cruise to wins

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Neenah 59, Kimberly 35

At Kimberly, the Rockets outscored the Papermakers 19-5 in the fourth quarter to pull away. Matt Heldt scored 13 of his game-high 19 points in the second half for Neenah. Alec Becker added 13 points.

Tucker Paschen led Kimberly with nine points.

Neenah 17 15 8 19 59
Kimberly 9 12 9 5 35

Neenah: Becker 13, Entwisle 10, Hegg 3, Heldt 19, McCray 7, Pohlman 7. Totals 15-20 59.

Kimberly: Boots 8, Gibbs 3, Jansen 2, Paschen 9, Tessner 4, Vander Hyden 4, Weyenberg 5. Totals 9-15 35.

3-Point Goals – Neenah 6 (Becker 2, Entwisle 2, Hegg 1, Pohlman 1), Kimberly 6 (Gibbs 1, Tessner 1, Weyenberg 1, Paschen 1, Boots 2). Total Fouls – Neenah 18, Kimberly 20.

Kaukauna 49, Fond du Lac 43

At Fond du Lac, Kaukauna took advantage of numerous Cardinals turnovers to build a 25-14 halftime lead and the Ghosts held off a strong second-half charge.

Kyle Schalow paced Kaukauna with 18 points, while Trent Nytes added 15.

Brian Luteyn led Fond du Lac with 18 points, including 11 in the third quarter as the Cardinals battled back.

Kaukauna 8 17 7 17 49
Fond du Lac 7 7 14 15 43

Kaukauna: Patterson 2, Nytes 15, Schalow 18, Smasal 2, Hake 3, Belling 6, Hansen 3. Totals 17 9-15 49. Three-pointers: Schalow 4, Hansen, Hake.

Fond du Lac: Sosalla 13, Schorse 4, Cleveland 3, Ruch 2, Luteyn 18, Windsor 3. Totals 14 13-18 43. Three-pointers: Sosalla, Cleveland.

Oshkosh North 39, Appleton East 37

At Appleton, the Patriots gave the highly regarded Spartans all they could handle.

“We had the ball down two with 10 seconds left and we weren’t able to get off a shot,” East coach John Mielke said. “The kids played with a lot of heart tonight. That’s an awful good team we played tonight. I’m very proud of their effort.”

Pierce Moriarty led East with 13 points, including hitting four three-pointers. Nathan Neveau paced Oshkosh North with 13 points. East trailed 12-9 after one and 21-20 at halftime. The Spartans used a 13-7 third-quarter run to take a seven-point lead entering the fourth quarter. The Patriots chipped away from there.

Oshkosh North 12 9 13 5 39
Appleton East 9 11 7 10 37

Oshkosh North: Nick Bauer 3, Blake Marquardt 9, Nathan Neveau 13, Cooper Radtke 8, Seth Taylor 6. Totals 3-5 39.

Appleton East: Nathan Froiland 7, Sam Herrmann 3, Alan Lemons 3, Austin Meyer 6, Pierce Moriarty 13, Michael Thome 5. Totals 3-4 37.

3-Point Goals – Appleton East 8 (Alan Lemons 1, Austin Meyer 2, Pierce Moriarty 4, Michael Thome 1). Total Fouls – Oshkosh North 8, Appleton East 11.

Oshkosh West 53, Menasha 49

At Oshkosh, Tyler Johnson scored 21 points, including 13 in the second half, to lead the Bluejays.

Jake Guenther was seven-for-eight from the free throw line in the fourth quarter and scored 25 points for Oshkosh West.

Menasha 8 9 18 14 49
Oshkosh West 16 14 10 13 53

Menasha: Jenkins 7, Reimer 10, Devonte Johnson 5, Gilgen 6, Tyler Johnson 21. Totals 19 3-5 49. Three-pointers: T. Johnson 3, Gilgen 2, Reimer 2, D. Johnson. Fouls: 17.

Oshkosh West: O’Keefe 6, Stanek 7, Guenther 25, Rosebaum 7, Kroll 8. Totals 19 11-21 53. Three-pointers: Kroll 2, O’Keefe, Guenther. Fouls: 10.

Eastern Valley Conference

Xavier 95, Waupaca 85

At Waupaca, Matt Kinderman scored eight of his 25 points in the overtime periods for the Hawks.

Matt Ferris added 21 points and Jack Orzepowski had 16 for the Hawks. Sam Burkart made a driving layup with five seconds remaining in regulation for Xavier to send the game into overtime.

Brando Vasquez scored 26 points to lead Waupaca. Zander Neuville added 22 points.

Xavier 19 20 10 22 8 16 95
Waupaca 10 19 22 20 8 6 85

Xavier: Kinderman 25, Ferris 21, Van Hammond 1, Ellis 4, Friemuth 1, Orzepowski 16, Burkart 13, Johnson 14. Totals 28 33-48 95. Three-pointers: Kinderman 2, Ferris 2, Ellis, Orzepowski. Fouls: 29.

Waupaca: Nelson 3, Vasquez 26, Neidert 11, Jenson 15, Waldschmidt 2, Camann 2, Neuville 22, Turrubiates 4. Totals 27 24-36 85. Three-pointers: Vasquez 2, Nelson, Neidert 3, Jenson. Fouls: 33.

Freedom 76, Fox Valley Lutheran 51

At Freedom, the Irish had four players score in double figures as they pulled away in a decisive third quarter. Mike Waters, Collin Hofacker and Logan Maulick all scored 15 points, while Jake Green added 12 as Freedom turned a 41-35 halftime lead to a 62-44 advantage after three.

Derek Ashman paced Fox Valley Lutheran with 20 points.

FVL 12 23 9 7 51
Freedom 20 21 21 14 76

Fox Valley Lutheran: Ashman 20, Buchholz 4, Frailing 4, Gerhardt 4, Green , Hungerford 8, Kramer 5, Malkowski 2, Van Calster 4. Totals 15-25 51.

Freedom: Connely 7, Felzer 2, Gonnering 3, G. Green 3, J. Green 12, Hofacker 15, Maulick 15, Meyer 2, Schommer 2, Waters 15. Totals 11-21 76.

3-Point Goals – FVL 8 (Ashman 4, Buchholz 1, Hungerford 2, Kramer 1), Freedom 7 (Connely 1, J. Green 1, Hofacker 1, Maulick 3, Waters 1), Total Fouls – FVL 17, Freedom 24.

Little Chute 61, Ripon 51

At Ripon, Parker Gloudemans and DJ DeValk opened overtime with three-pointers to spark the Mustangs to the win.

Ripon freshman Ben VanderPlas made a three with four seconds left in regulation to send the game into overtime.

DeValk and Luke Verbruggen each had 14 points for Little Chute (3-2, 2-0), which shot 55 percent from the field in the second half and OT.

Little Chute 8 15 11 16 11 61
Ripon 13 17 9 11 1 51

Little Chute: DeValk 14, Parker Gloudemans 11, Verbruggen 14, Zdanovec 4, Mueller 1, Austin Gloudemans 10, Peerenboom 7. Totals 22 13-19 61. Three-pointers: DeValk 2, P. Gloudemans, A. Gloudemans. Fouls: 15.

Ripon: Ben VanderPlas 16, VanderGallien 2, Sam VanderPlas 11, Haas 5, Loewe 15, Moldenhauer 2. Totals 17 10-20 51. Three-pointers: B. VanderPlas 4, S. VanderPlas 3. Fouls: 14.

Clintonville 46, Berlin 21

At Clintonville, Andy Schmidt scored 13 points and Turner Doornink added 11 as the Truckers held Berlin to 21 percent shooting from the floor.

Berlin 5 5 4 7 21
Clintonville 14 9 11 12 46

Berlin: Bartman 2, Dretske 3, Eastman 1, Gravunder 7, Mueller 2, Wenig 6. Totals 6-12 21.

Clintonville: Doornink 11, Hogan 5, Lehman 1, Mindel 4, Morse 2, Petermann 4, Schmidt 13, Teske 4, Westphal 2. Totals 3-9 46.

3-Point Goals – Clintonville 3 (Doornink 1, Hogan 1, Schmidt 1). Total Fouls – Berlin 10, Clintonville 13.

Olympian Conference

Chilton 52, St. Mary Central 38

At Chilton, Jerad Wagner led the Tigers with 13 points, including three three-pointers, while Jered Bruckner added 12 points and Lucas Forstner scored 11, including three threes.

St. Mary Central 10 5 10 13 38
Chilton 6 19 11 16 52

St. Mary Central: Brunn 2, Griffin 10, N. Griffith 2, P. Griffith 8, Hoheisel 5, Jack 2, Schodorf 9. Totals 14 9-15 38.

Chilton: Bruckner 12, Delebreau 2, Forstner 11, Meyer 6, Moehn 2, Propson 1, Richman 5, Wagner 13. Totals 20 5-11 52

3-Point Goals – St. Mary Central 1 (Zachary Hoheisel 1), Chilton 7 (Bruckner 1, Wagner 3, Forstner 3). Total Fouls – St. Mary Central 8, Chilton 16.

Brillion 57, Hilbert 26

At Brillion, the Lions raced out to a 30-8 halftime lead and cruised to the win.

Jacob Mathiebe and Zach Jensen paced Brillion with 12 points each, while Tyler Lemke added 11.

Jordan Jones led Hilbert with 10 points.

Hilbert 2 6 9 9 26
Brillion 13 17 7 20 57

Hilbert: Hansen 4, Gruett 4, Krueger 4, Jones 10, Mader 4. Totals 10 2-4 26. Three-pointers: Hansen, Jones 2, Mader. Fouls: 10.

Brillion: Krizenesky 4, Mathiebe 12, Van Thiel 1, Davis II 2, Zenner 1, Lorenz 1, M. Rieder 2, Orth 3, Lemke 11, A. Rieder 4, Jensen 12, Reinke 4. Totals 24 4-13 57. Three-pointers: Mathiebe 4, Lemke. Fouls: 7.

Bay Conference

Seymour 74, New London 34

At New London, Sandy Cohen made four three-pointers and scored 28 points for Seymour, which jumped out to a 22-6 lead after one quarter. Alex Thiemer had eight points to lead New London (1-1).

Seymour 22 16 19 17 74
New London 6 7 9 12 34

Seymour: Alicia 9, Buchholtz 13, Cohen 28, Jefson 3, Murphy 3, Oskey 11, Powless 5, Wilinski 2. Totals 10-16 74.

New London: Konertz 2, Krueger 2, Pinch 7, Porath 3, Thiemer 8, Thomas 2, Wolf 6, Zaddack 4. 7-11 34.

3-Point Goals – Seymour 8 (Cohen 4, Jefson 1, Murphy 1, Oskey 1, Powless 1), New London (Pinch 1, Porath 1, Thiemer 2, Zaddack 1. Total Fouls – Seymour 14, New London 15.

Nonconference

Weyauwega-Fremont 64, Wautoma 53

At Wautoma, the Indians outscored the Hornets 29-9 in the fourth quarter to pull away after trailing by 12.

Aaron Schroeder led W-F with 17 points. Lincoln Van Cuick added 15 and Dan Prillwitz had 13 for the Indians (2-0).

W-F 9 11 15 29 64
Wautoma 16 12 16 9 53

W-F: Schroeder 17, Prillwitz 13, Hudziak 7, Wild 7, Van Cuick 15, Krause 5. Totals 22 17-31 64. Three-pointers: Prillwitz 2, Schroeder. Fouls: 19.

Wautoma: Brown 1, Morales 8, Wahlstrom 17, Hintz 2, Eagan 15, Lois 10. Totals 17 16-24 53. Three-pointers: Morales 2, Eagan. Fouls: 29.

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