Green Bay Southwest 2, Pulaski 1
Paige Pierce scored the game-winning goal in double overtime off a pass from Kayla Niccum as host Green Bay Southwest slipped past Pulaski 2-1 in Fox River Classic Conference play.
Niccum also scored the game-tying goal with 2 minutes left in regulation for Green Bay Southwest (7-10-4, 3-5-2).
Green Bay Preble 3, Green Bay East 2
Sarah Boyd scored the game-winning goal 4 minutes into the overtime period to give visiting Green Bay Preble the victory.
Maria Schumacher tied the game with 3 minutes left in regulation for the Hornets (9-6-4, 5-3-2).
Hailey Heath also scored and Lexie Gauger got the win in goal.
Alyson Reum had two goals and Alysha Kallas made 19 saves for Green Bay East (9-10-2, 4-6).
De Pere 7, Manitowoc 0
DE PERE – Jenna Holewinski had a goal and two assists as De Pere improved to 9-1 in FRCC play.
Jessica Splittgerber, Danyell Steger, Greta Arshem, Carmen Villarruel, Alek Kleis and Abby Savolt each scored for the Redbirds (13-4-2, 9-1)
Green Bay Notre Dame 2, Ashwaubenon 0
ASHWAUBENON – Katie Fife scored a pair of goals and Elle Woleske made 14 saves to lead Green Bay Notre Dame.
Miranda Adamczak had nine saves for the Jaguars.
Sheboygan North 6, Green Bay West 0
SHEBOYGAN — Stacie Stone and Mimi Pulido scored two goals each for the Redwings (11-2, 9-1).
Bay Port 2, Sheboygan North 1
SUAMICO — The Pirates rallied to win at home. Alysa Lutzke scored for North.
West De Pere 1, Shawano 0
DE PERE – Kiana Jones scored in the 60th minute to sneak West De Pere (12-5, 8-1) past Shawano in a Bay Conference matchup.
Christine Plamann had seven saves to earn the shutout.
Sturgeon Bay 3, Kewaunee 1
STURGEON BAY – Caimyn Lutze scored and added an assist and Katrina Boucher and Gilly Davison scored as well to lead the Clippers (12-1).
Dana Schneider scored for Kewaunee.
Denmark 4, Luxemburg-Casco 0
DENMARK – Jennifer Nehls made three saves and scored one of Denmark’s three goals in the second half.
Seymour 4, Marinette 0
SEYMOUR – Tiffany Fameree, Kelsey Kominowski, Jenna Golliher and McKenzie Sprangers all scored as Seymour moved to 9-0 in the Bay.