Glennon powers Amherst boys past Bonduel

Glennon powers Amherst boys past Bonduel

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Glennon powers Amherst boys past Bonduel

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BONDUEL – Caleb Glennon scored 21 points and pulled down nine rebounds as the Amherst boys basketball team downed the Bears in a Central Wisconsin Conference-8 matchup 59-45 on Thursday.

Joel Biadasz added 16 points for the Falcons and Marcus Jensen chipped in 12.

“We had a bit of a slow start, but we did a much better job in the second and third quarters and built on our lead,” Amherst coach Gregg Jensen said.

Amherst 12 16 16 15 59
Bonduel 6 13 9 17 45

AMHERST (59): Caleb Glennon 21, Hayden Blackford 1, Connor Zblewski 6, Joel Biadisz 16, Jeremy Oney 1, Marcus Jensen 12, Tyler Biadasz 2.

BONDUEL (45): Jacob DeBauch 21, Tyler Kurowski 2, Connor Rosin 6, Hunter VanderLinden 2, Abel Shoup 5, Zach Zernicke 3, Logan Artis 6.

3-pointers: Amherst 3, (Zblewski, Jensen 2); Bonduel 3, (DeBusch, Rosen 2).

Records: Amherst 10-3, 7-1 CWC-8; Bonduel 5-7, 3-5 CWC-8.

Tri-County 59, Tigerton 44

The Penguins got 20 points from Dayton Jones and 10 from Darin Reid in a win over the Tigers on Thursday.

Tyler Marquardt was the leading scorer for the Tigers with 17 points. Brandon Sivertson added 15.

“It was back and forth until about end of the third, beginning of the fourth quarter when we pulled away. We finally got over the hump,” said Tri-County coach Ron Nelson.

“Our guys played a hard 32 minutes. A lot of guys stepped up in tough situations. A lot of guys stepped up defensively, (and) our whole team did it together.”

Tigerton 11 14 12 7 44
Tri-County 10 15 12 22 59

Tri-County(59): Dylan Nye 2, Dayton Jones 20, Darin Reid 10, Mitch Marinack 8, Aaron Thompson 5, Tristan LaPorte 6, Aaron Klabunde 6, Cordell Sharp 2.

Tigerton(44): Terry Block 3, Josh Zienert 4, Josh Berg 2, Tyler Marquardt 17, Brandon Sivertson 15, Jacob Minniecheske 2, Woodrow Nelson 1.

3-Pointers: Tri-County(1): D. Jones; Tigerton(5) Terry Block, Marquardt 3, B. Sievertson 1

Shiocton 60,
Pacelli 58

Pacelli led by six at halftime but lost. Brett O’Sullivan scored 12 points for Pacelli.

“We made some critical mistakes down the stretch, and Shiocton made the plays necessary to win the game,” Pacelli coach Brad Rutta said.

Pacelli 12 15 19 12 58
Shiocton 12 9 22 17 60

Pacelli (58): Tyus Groos 2, James Gollon 17, Isaac Elliott 11, Adam Kluck 2, Brett O’Sullivan 12, Colin Jamison 3, Jake Feltz 11.

Schiocton (60): Levi Singler 10, Shane Kanaman 12, Talon Heinemeyer 13, Patrick Brouillard 10, Riley Van Asten 7, Jacob Van Aston 8.

3-pointers: Pacelli 7 (Gollon 2, Elliott 2, O’Sullivan, Jamison, Feltz). Shiocton 4 (Kanaman 2, J. Van Aston 2, Heinemeyer, R. Van Asten).

Wis. Valley Luth. 66, Bowler 58 (OT)

BOWLER – Branson Witucki and Dex DePasse each scored 20 points as the Wolves overcame an 11-point deficit entering the fourth quarter and dropping the Panthers in overtime.

Bowler’s Xavier Montez canned eight 3-pointers and finished with 32 points.

Wisc. Valley Luth. 8 13 8 22 15 66
Bowler 7 18 15 11 7 58

WISCONSIN VALLEY LUTHERAN (66): Branson Witucki 20, Nicholas Lilienthal 6, Caleb Danner 3, Justin Witucki 8, Danny Yu 3, David Marshall 6, Dex DePasse 20.

BOWLER (58): Xavier Montez 32, Sawn Bucholtz 2, Cody Montez 10, Thomas Kazik 9, Chase Nueske 3, Walker Miller 2.

3-pointers: WVL (B. Witucki 3, Danner, J. Witucki 2); Bowler (X. Montez 8, C. Montez 2, Kasik).

Records: WVL 11-2; Bowler 3-11.

Pacelli 53,
Shiocton 37

Marisa Rice scored 21 and hit two 3-pointers, Anna Lensmire scored 14 and pulled down nine rebounds and Andrea Davis added 13 to help the Cardinals get the victory over Shiocton on Thursday.

The leading scorer for Shiocton was Carmen McCarthy who had nine points.

“The biggest thing is we played some good defense. We played a well-rounded game,” said Pacelli coach Todd Rice.

“We played well and did what we needed to do to win the game. We had 31 rebounds to their 18, which was a big key, what helped (us) was we limited them to one shot, that was probably the key to the game.”

Pacelli 10 10 15 18 53
Shiocton 10 6 10 11 37

Pacelli(53): Marisa Rice 21, Andrea Davis 13, Kasia Wojciehoski 2, Sami Kay Shafranski 3, Anna Lensmire 14.

Shotcton(37): Hannah Guyette 8, Carmen McCarthy 9, Samantha Schmidt 7, Corrie McCarthy 4, Brittany Schmidt 2, Jonalee Elliot 7.

3-Pointers: Pacelli(2): Rice, 2; Shiocton(2): McCarthy 2.

SPASH 120,
Wis. Rapids 47

WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Willey Rosenthal and Kevin Slezak each won three events as the Panthers dominated the Wisconsin Valley Conference dual.

Rosenthal won the 100 and 200 free and led off the 200 free relay for SPASH. Slezak anchored that team and the 200 medley relay squad while also winning the 50 free.

The Raiders only win came in the 400 free relay.

200 medley relay: 1. SPASH (Ryan Neigbauer, Joel Harris, Ben Harris, Kevin Slezak) 2:05.27; 200 free: 1. Willey Rosenthal (SP) 2:14.95; 200 IM: 1. J. Harris (SP) 2:25.19; 50 free: 1. Slezak (SP) 28.18; 100 fly: 1. Tom Negaard (SP) 1:09.77; 100 free: Rosenthal (SP) 1:00.55; 400 free: 1. J. Harris 4:36.51; 200 free relay: 1. SPASH (Rosenthal, B. Harris, Corey Sturm, Slezak) 1:54.05; 100 back: 1. Neigbauer (SP) 1:07.05; 100 breast: 1. Tyler Tanko (SP) 1:18.10; 400 free relay: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Sam Rietveld, Jeremy Robaldek, Buck Jones, Brett Burriss) 4:33.44.

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