Freedom, Xavier, St. Mary Central, Hilbert, Wrightstown, New London, Weyauwega-Fremont, Shiocton girls win

Freedom, Xavier, St. Mary Central, Hilbert, Wrightstown, New London, Weyauwega-Fremont, Shiocton girls win

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Freedom, Xavier, St. Mary Central, Hilbert, Wrightstown, New London, Weyauwega-Fremont, Shiocton girls win

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Eastern Valley Conference

Freedom 46, Little Chute 36

At Freedom, the Irish outscored the Mustangs 31-21 in the second half to pick up the victory.

Jessica Runge and Kim Runge led Freedom with 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Abbie Botz scored 16 points to lead Little Chute.

Little Chute 6 9 10 11 36
Freedom 7 8 18 13 46

Little Chute: Botz 16, Dercks 4, Joosten 6, Lenoble 4, Van Lankveldt 6. Totals 11 13-18 36. Fouls 17.

Freedom: Hofacker 2, Johnson 2, Murphy 2, J. Runge 11, K. Runge 10, Smith 7, VanDenEng 5, Vircks 7. Totals 16 9-12 46. Fouls 15.

3-Point Goals: Little Chute 1 (Botz), Freedom 5 (J. Runge 1, Smith 2, Vircks 2).

Xavier 54, Berlin 35

At Berlin, the Hawks used a balanced offensive attack and solid defense to defeat the Indians.

Peyton Ufi and Ashley Bovee led Xavier with 13 and 10 points, respectively.

Xavier 15 18 10 11 54
Berlin 9 7 7 12 35

Xavier: Bovee 10, Conley 4, Garvey 2, Karisny 3, Loken 4, Machurick 9, Powers 7, Sobal 2, Ufi 13. Totals 21 10-11 54. Fouls 15.

Berlin: Chier 2, Koster 5, Silloway 8, Trochinski 2, Walker 18. Totals 12 8-1 35. Fouls 15.

3-Point Goals: Xavier 2 (Karisny 1, Powers 1), Berlin 3 (Koster 1, Silloway 1, Walker 1).

Olympian Conference

St. Mary Central 45, Brillion 38

At Brillion, the Zephyrs tightened up their defense in the second half and outscored the Lions 29-16 for the victory.

“I thought our energy level was very good and matched their energy in a very physical game,” Brillion coach Jeff Capelle said. “We competed hard the entire game.”

Jenna Thelen (11) and Haley Thelen (18) combined to score 29 points for St. Mary Central.

Alaina Beimborn and Tori Lemke scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, for Brillion.

SMC 6 10 17 12 45
Brillion 9 13 8 8 38

St. Mary Central: Heid 2, Miller 4, Minton 8, Stinksi 2, H. Thelen 11, J. Thelen 18. Totals 14 16-19 45. Fouls 9.

Brillion: Beimborn 11, Brault 2, Fischer 4, Geiger 5, Krueger 6, Lemke 10. Totals 14 7-8 38. Fouls 13.

3-Point Goals: St. Mary Central 1 (H. Thelen 1), Brillion 3 (Geiger 1, Krueger 2).

Reedsville 45, Chilton 15

At Chilton, the Panthers clinched the Olympian Conference title with the win over the Tigers.

Reedsville used a smothering defense to keep Chilton’s offense in check.

Reedsville 13 6 14 12 45
Chilton 3 3 3 6 15

Reedsville: Dietrich 9, Ebben 1, Grimm 4, Holschbach 3, Kiekhaefer 8, Mangin 8, Otto 4, Roffers 3, Sheahan 5. Totals 17 5-9 45. Fouls 15.

Chilton: Beil 2, Buelow 1, Hephner 1, Karls 2, Koehler 3, Moehn 2, Stiefvater 4. Totals 5 4-17 15. Fouls 12.

3-Point Goals: Reedsville 6 (Dietrich 3, Mangin 2, Sheahan 1), Chilton 1 (Koehler 1).

Hilbert 50, Mishicot 38

At Mishicot, Erica Gehl led the Wolves with 19 points while Katie Gehl added 11.

Hilbert took a 16-6 lead in the first quarter.

Hilbert 16 4 9 21 50
Mishicot 6 2 15 15 38

Hilbert: E. Gehl 19, K. Gehl 11, Hemauer 6, Jones 2, Leffler 9, Schoen 3. Totals 16 15-17 50. Fouls 16.

Mishicot: Castro 2, Endries 2, Finnel 1, Hutterer 1, Luckow 11, Meissner 11, E. Melichar 1, M. Melichar 9. Totals 10 12-16 38. Fouls 16.

3-Point Goals: Hilbert 3 (E. Gehl 1, K. Gehl 1, Leffler 1), Mishicot 6 (Luckow 1, Meissner 3, M. Melichar 2).

Wrightstown 53, Valders 36

At Wrightstown, Kayla Chosa scored 13 points in the first half and Wrenn Tanck added 12 in the second half in the Tigers’ win.

Chosa finished with a game-high 20 points, while Tanck had 14. Megan Hansen added 11 points.

Valders 6 9 12 9 36
Wrightstown 10 14 18 11 53

Valders: Buck 8, Emme 2, Evenson 1, Glaeser 11, Grall 11, Handle 2, Schwoerer 1. Totals 13 8-12 36. Fouls 11.

Wrightstown: Chosa 20, Hand 2, Hansen 11, Klister 6, Tanck 14. Totals 21 9-13 53. Fouls 15.

3-Point Goals:-Valders 2 (Buck 1, Grall 1), Wrightstown 1 (Hansen 1).

Bay Conference

New London 54, Marinette 34

At Marinette, New London raced out to a big lead early and rolled to the easy win, completing a perfect regular season.

Megan Schlieve paced the Bulldogs with 11 points, while Brenna Heise added 10.

“They came out ready to play,” New London coach Andrea Flease said. “It was the last regular-season game for them and it got everyone fired up. It all started with our defense. Girls were diving on the floor tonight. I think everyone was on the floor at some point tonight.”

New London 18 17 13 6 54
Marinette 7 7 6 14 34

New London: Fitzgerald 8, Halvorson 4, Heise 10, A. Pethke 2, C. Pethke 5, A. Roland 2, M. Roland 7, Schlieve 11, Steingraber 5. Totals 20 10-14 54. Fouls 10.

Marinette: Bohan 2, Carviou 2, Corry 6, Kitzinger 2, Lesandrini 18, Wolf 4. Totals 13 4-6 34. Fouls 14.

3-Point Goals: New London 4 (C. Pethke 1, Schlieve 3), Marinette 4 (.Lesandrini 4).

Oconto Falls 39, Seymour 35

At Oconto Falls, Carly Lemke made two free throws to break a 35-35 score and the Panthers went on to record the win.

Madaliene Plinska led Seymour with 14 points.

Seymour 6 11 13 5 35
Oconto Falls 7 9 10 13 39

Seymour: Heinke 4, Marcks 2, Peters 7, Plinska 14, von Brevern 8. Totals 14 4-9 35. Fouls 18.

Oconto Falls: Brady 2, Jones 3, Larsen 12, Lemke 11, Spang 7, Watzka 4. Totals 12 12-16 39. Fouls 11.

3-Point Goals: Seymour 3 (Peters 1, von Brevern 2), Oconto Falls 3 (Jones 1, Larsen 1, Watzka 1).

Central Wisconsin-8

Weyauwega-Fremont 81, Manawa 28

At Weyauwega, the Indians’ 16th consecutive victory clinched at least a share of the CWC-8 title.

Jenni Hellwig led W-F with a game-high 21 points, while teammates Morgan Wilson (16), Mariah Hulbert (15) and Macey Schoenick (14) also scored in double figures.

Manawa 4 9 11 4 28
Wey-Fremont 12 26 25 18 81

Manawa: Block 2, Ferge 6, Loughrin 4, Schernecker 14, Strebe 2. Totals 11 4-9 28. Fouls 18.

Weyauwega-Fremont: K. Akey 9, Goode 3, Hellwig 21, Hulbert 15, Knecht 3, Schoenick 14, Wilson 16. Totals 31 13-23 81. Fouls 14.

3-Point Goals: Manawa 2 (Schernecker 2), Weyauwega-Fremont 6 (Hulbert 3, Schoenick 1, Wilson 2).

Shiocton 53, Pacelli 34

At Shiocton, the Chiefs broke the game open in the third quarter when they outscored the Cardinals 20-10.

Jonalee Elliott, who led the Chiefs with 22 points, scored all 10 of Shiocton’s points in the first quarter.

“We played good team basketball,” Chiefs coach Michelle Sixel said. “Even though Jonalee had the hot hand, she had nice assists down to (Erin) Schroth. They made their presence known in the post.”

Pacelli 5 10 10 9 34
Shiocton 10 12 20 11 53

Pacelli: Davis 8, Hintz 2, Lensmire 8, Rice 7, Shafranski 4, Wojciehoski 3. Totals 9 12-18 34. Fouls 10.

Shiocton: Conradt 2, Elliott 22, Guyette 4, Carmen McCarthy 6, Corrie McCarthy 5, Schroth 12, Vandenboom 2. Totals 24 4-8 53. Fouls 17.

3-Point Goals: Pacelli 2 (Davis 1, Rice 1), Shiocton 1 (Corrie McCarthy 1).

Nonconference

Milwaukee Marshall/Juneau 44, Stockbridge 23

At Milwaukee, the Indians mustered only three points in the first half due to a combination of good defense by the Eagles and poor shooting by Stockbridge.

Stockbridge, which played much better in the second half, was led by Arissa Geiser’s 11 points.

Stockbridge 1 2 8 12 23
Marshall 10 9 17 8 44

Stockbridge: Bangart 2, Bornemann 5, Anna Geiser 2, Arissa Geiser 11, Nadler 3. Totals 5 12-16 23. Fouls 16.

Milwaukee Marshall/Juneau: E. Baber 2, T. Baber 4, Johnson 7, Jones 3, Lovelace 2, McLin 10, Montgomery 9, Thompson 6, Woodson 1. Totals 16 11-17 44. Fouls 15.

3-Point Goals: Stockbridge 1 (Bornemann 1), Milwaukee Marshall/Juneau 1 (Montgomery 1).

— Gannett Wisconsin Media

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