Brillion, Wrightstown, New London, Shiocton, Weyauwega-Fremont, Waupaca, Hortonville win boys' basketball matchups

Brillion, Wrightstown, New London, Shiocton, Weyauwega-Fremont, Waupaca, Hortonville win boys' basketball matchups

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Brillion, Wrightstown, New London, Shiocton, Weyauwega-Fremont, Waupaca, Hortonville win boys' basketball matchups

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Olympian Conference

Brillion 67, Hilbert 55

At Brillion, Eric Kittel scored seven of his game-high 17 points in the first quarter as the Lions took a 19-10 lead.

Tyler Lemke added 14 points for Brillion, while Spencer Schulz led Hilbert with 13.

Schulz surpassed 1,000 points in his high school career.

Hilbert 10 18 7 20 55
Brillion 19 16 19 13 67

Hilbert: Geiser 9, Gruett 4, Jones 11, A. Schaffer 10, B. Schaffer 5, Schulz 13, Woelful 3. Totals 18 15-24 55. Fouls 10.

Brillion: Hussey 2, Jensen 7, Kittel 17, Krueger 8, Lemke 14, Lorenz 4, Olp 5, Orth 8, Stever 2. Totals 26 11-16 67. Fouls 17.

3-Point Goals – Hilbert 4 (Jones 3, Woelful 1), Brillion 4 (Kittel 1, Krueger 2, Lemke 1).

Wrightstown 71, Chilton 59

At Wrightstown, the host Tigers shot 52 percent from the floor while holding the visiting Tigers to just 32 percent shooting to give Wrightstown sole possession of third place, one game ahead of Chilton.

Cole Van Schyndel scored 16 of his 27 points in the second half for Wrightstown. He also had eight rebounds. Teammate Doug Fabry had eight points, four assists and five blocked shots.

Jerad Wagner led Chilton with 14 points, while Andrew Huss had 10 points and nine rebounds.

Chilton 17 11 7 18 53
Wrightstown 21 20 14 16 71

Chilton: Bruckner 2, Forstner 3, Greuel 8, Huss 10, Meyer 6, Moehn 2, Richman 2, Schmitz 6, Wagner 14. Totals 22 6-13 59. Fouls 16.

Wrightstown: Fabry 8, B. Kahler 4, E. Kahler 14, Klister 1, Kroes 1, Laack 3, Larson 3, Van Rossum 2, VanSchyndel 27, Zwick 8. Totals 26 11-16 71. Fouls 15.

3-Point Goals: Chilton 3 (Huss 1, Wagner 1), Wrightstown 8 (E. Kahler 4, Laack 1, Larson 1, Zwick 2).

Bay Conference

New London 50, Shawano 48

At Shawano, Christopher Steingraber scored 15 points as New London hit on 11 of 17 fourth-quarter free throws to pull out the win.

The Bulldogs hit 20 of 32 free throws for the game.

New London 12 8 13 17 50
Shawano 11 13 9 15 48

New London: Chmielewski 3, Listle 8, Pinch 9, Steingraber 15, Sullivan 4, Thebo 4, Wolf 7. Totals 13 20-32 50. Fouls 17.

Shawano: Christopherson 5, Cox 4, Greenen 8, Gueths 4, Knueppel 6, Lacy 5, Schlise 2, Sousek 14. Totals 17 9-15 48. Fouls 26.

3-Point Goals: New London 4 (Listle 2, Pinch 1, Sullivan 1), Shawano 5 (Knueppel 1, Lacy 1, Sousek 3).

Central Wisconsin-8

Shiocton 62, Manawa 33

At Manawa, Talon Heinemeyer scored 18 points and Shane Kanaman added 11 as Shiocton pulled away in the second half.

“They’re strong and physical,” Manawa coach Karl Morrin said. “They crashed the glass very well. They are one of the best teams in the area. We played a good first half against them but then just ran out of gas.”

Austin Dean led the Wolves with 13 points.

Shiocton 18 9 22 13 62
Manawa 9 9 9 6 33

Shiocton: Brouillard 8, Heinemeyer 18, Kamp 1, Kanaman 11, Nett 6, Singler 7, J. Van Asten 3, R. Van Asten 8. Totals 27 3-8 62. Fouls 12.

Manawa: Bartel 4, Dean 13, Hass 6, Krauss 4, Meyer 2, Murphy 2, Strebe 2. Totals 12 6-13 33. Fouls 10.

3-Point Goals: Shiocton 5 (Kanaman 3, R. Van Asten 2), Manawa 3 (Dean 3).

Weyauwega-Fremont 78, Iola-Scandinavia 69

At Weyauwega, Bryce Behn scored 17 of his team’s 21 third-quarter points to help the Indians beat the Thunderbirds. Behn finished with a game-high 29 points.

Trevor Fitzpatrick added 21 for Weyauwega-Fremont.

Iola-Scandinavia was led by Connor Lodewegen who finished with 25 points.

The two teams combined to make 16 three-pointers.

Iola-Scand. 12 15 18 24 69
Wey-Fremont 18 17 21 22 78

Iola-Scandinavia: Blum 3, Garbe 11, Lashua 5, Lodewegen 25, Lund 1, Prahl 7, Wavruk 2, Welch 15. Totals 25 9-11 69. Fouls 20.

Weyauwega-Fremont: Behn 29, Fitzpatrick 21, Prillwitz 4, Ross 12, Schroeder 12. Totals 30 12-23 78. Fouls 15.

3-Point Goals: Iola-Scandinavia 10 (Blum 1, Lodewegen 5, Prahl 1, Welch 3), Weyauwega-Fremont 6 (Behn 5, Prillwitz 1).

Nonconference

Waupaca 45, Wausau West 29

At Waupaca, Zander Neuville scored 14 points as the Comets started fast to begin both halves and held the Warriors at bay.

Waupaca grabbed a 13-2 lead after one quarter and outscored West 16-9 to start the second half.

No Wausau West player scored more than five points.

Wausau West 2 10 9 8 29
Waupaca 13 8 16 8 45

Wausau West: Fischer 5, Huehnerfuss 3, Nickel 2, Penn 3, Raeder 4, Schertz 5, Utegaard 3, Weber 4. Totals 9 6-11 29. Fouls 9.

Waupaca: Camann 3, Grall 2, Jenson 5, Neidert 2, Nelson 4, Neuville 14, Revai 2, Turrubiates 5, Vasquez 8. Totals 20 1-2 45. Fouls 17.

3-Point Goals: Wausau West 5 (Fischer 1, Huehnerfuss 1, Penn 1, Schertz 1, Utegaard 1), Waupaca 4 (Camann 1, Jenson 1, Neuville 1, Turrubiates 1).

Hortonville 59, Green Bay East 32

At Hortonville, the Polar Bears had little trouble with the Red Devils, jumping out to a 17-8 lead after one quarter and cruising to the win.

Jacob Bamke led Hortonville with 15 points, while Alex Lasinski and Kyle Witthuhn each added 11.

Antonio Ford led Green Bay East with 13 points.

Green Bay East 8 13 8 3 32
Hortonville 17 18 12 12 59

Green Bay East: Collins 6, Ford 13, Renard 4, Steele 3, Turner 6. Totals 14 2-5 32. Fouls 17.

Hortonville: Bamke 15, Borek 2, Frederick 2, Killoren 6, Lasinski 11, Lillge 3, Pahl 1, Thomas 8, Witthuhn 11. Totals 21 12-19 59. Fouls 13.

3-Point Goals: Green Bay East 2 (Ford 1, Steele 1), Hortonville 5 (Lasinski 2, Lillge 1, Bamke 1, Witthuhn 1).

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