Neenah, New London, Hortonville, Fox Valley Lutheran, Wrightstown, Hilbert win regional finals

Neenah, New London, Hortonville, Fox Valley Lutheran, Wrightstown, Hilbert win regional finals

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Neenah, New London, Hortonville, Fox Valley Lutheran, Wrightstown, Hilbert win regional finals

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Division 1

Neenah 50, Appleton North 47

At Appleton, Rylee Engelland scored 25 points as Neenah overcame a big deficit in the fourth quarter to pull out the regional final win.

Appleton North led 43-28 after three quarters, but the Lightning couldn’t convert on key free throws down the stretch, finishing 18-for-38 from the line.

Mackenzie Greisch and Jenny Woycheck both fouled out for North.

“They hit some nice open shots in the fourth quarter,” North coach Joe Russom said. “Give them a lot of credit. Coach (Andy) Braunel had them excited to play.”

Greisch led the Lightning with 15 points, while Matayla Springstroh had 10.

Neenah 4 11 13 22 50
Appleton North 11 15 17 4 47

Neenah: Engelland 25, Hiltunen 5, Meyer 1, Perras 2, Resch 9, Sedo 3, Zehren 5. Totals 16 13-26 50. Fouls 25.

Appleton North: Garvey 3, Greisch 15, Oberbrunner 3, Riebau 9, Springstroh 10, Van Handel 4, Woycheck 3. Totals 13 18-38 47. Fouls 20.

3-Point Goals: Neenah 5 (Engelland 2, Resch 2, Zehren 1), Appleton North 3 (Greisch 1, Springstroh 2).

Division 2

New London 57, Mosinee 23

At New London, the Bulldogs made it tough for Mosinee to find a good look at the basket, limiting the Indians to six field goals.

The Bulldogs struggled a bit offensively in the first half but got untracked in the third quarter, when they outscored the Indians 17-2.

Mickey Roland, who finished with 12 points, sparked New London in the third period with eight points.

Brenna Heise led the Bulldogs with 13 points.

Carly Krueger led Mosinee with six points.

Mosinee 4 7 2 10 23
New London 14 10 17 16 57

Mosinee: Dulak 5, Hayes 1, Kijak 2, Krueger 6, Michlig 5, E. Zuelke 2, L. Zuelke 2. Totals 6 10-16 23. Fouls 17.

New London: Fitzgerald 6, Halvorson 2, Heise 13, A. Pethke 4, A. Roland 4, M. Roland 12, Schlieve 10, Schmidt 2, Steingraber 4. Totals 24 7-11 57. Fouls 15.

3-Point Goals: Mosinee 1 (Krueger 1), New London 2 (Schlieve 2).

Hortonville 55, Medford 45

At Medford, the Polar Bears overcame first-half trouble and used momentum-building spurts to pull away from the Raiders.

One of those spurts was at the end of the third quarter. Holding the ball for a final shot, Madi Dunathan beat a Medford girl off the dribble for a layup with 2.9 seconds left. Then Heidi Huebner stole Medford’s inbounds pass and hit a jump shot at the buzzer to put the Polar Bears up by 10.

Margo Diedrich, who led Hortonville with 16 points, scored 10 points in the second quarter. Emily Inglese finished with 11 points.

Katie Messman, the Raiders leading scorer, led Medford with nine points but none came in the fourth quarter.

Hortonville 14 17 13 11 55
Medford 11 16 7 11 45

Hortonville: Diedrich 16, Dougherty 3, Dunathan 3, Hoerning 8, Huebner 5, Inglese 11, Lambie 5, Lippert 2, Winterfeldt 2. Totals 18 15-30 49. Fouls 21.

Medford: Christianson 8, Kuhn 6, Messmen 9, J. Stolp 6, S. Stolp 6, Strebig 6, Wibben 3. Totals 10 20-32 45. Fouls 22.

3-Point Goals: Hortonville 4 (Diedrich 1, Huebner 1, Inglese 2), Medford 3 (Messmen 2, S. Stolp 1).

Notre Dame 70, Seymour 43

At Green Bay, the Tritons with their high-powered offense built a 10-point lead in the first quarter and never looked back in their win over the Thunder.

Allison vonBrevern led Seymour with 20 points, including three three-pointers.

Allison LeClaire and Brianna Byrne combined for 35 points for Notre Dame.

Seymour 7 12 12 12 43
Notre Dame 17 17 22 14 70

Seymour: Danforth 3, Marcks 3, Messner 4, Peters 3, Plinska 4, Wenninger 6, von Brevern 20. Totals 16 6-9 43. Fouls 19.

Notre Dame: Borseth 1, Byrne 17, E. Campbell 10, O. Campbell 2, Everson 1, Giovanetti 4, Johnson 13, LeClaire 18, Nixon 2, Pettijean 1. Totals 27 12-20 70. Fouls 10.

3-Point Goals: Seymour 5 (Marcks 1, Peters 1, von Brevern 3), Notre Dame 4 (Byrne 1, LeClaire 3).

Division 3

Fox Valley Lutheran 41, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 33

At Appleton, the Foxes led 19-1 after one quarter and then had to hold off a furious comeback by the Chargers, who pulled within one point in the second half.

“I never would have predicted 19-1,” FVL coach David Wenzel said of the fast start. “We probably had the best first quarter we played all year.”

FVL, which was outscored 28-13 in the middle two quarters, was led by Abby Radue with 13 points.

Abby Huntington had 11 rebounds for the Foxes and Ashley Blob played strong defense against W-B point guard Megan School, holding her to four points.

“If I had to give out a game ball, I’d give it to Ashley Blob for her defense on their point guard,” Wenzel said.

W-B 1 13 15 4 33
FVL 19 10 3 9 41

Wittenberg-Birnamwood: Bushman 3, Hartman 10, Nier 4, School 4, Vera 6, Verkuilen 6. Totals 12 6-15 33. Fouls 15.

Fox Valley Lutheran: Bauman 6, Blob 2, Hammer 8, Huntington 4, Johnson 2, Radue 13, Schultz 6. Totals 15 6-11 41. Fouls 13.

3-Point Goals: Wittenberg-Birnamwood 3 (Hartman 1, School 1, Verkuilen 1), Fox Valley Lutheran 5 (Bauman 2, Huntington 1, Radue 2).

Wrightstown 51, Roncalli 50

At Wrightstown, Wrenn Tanck converted a three-point play with 11 seconds left in the game to give the Tigers the win.

The designed play called for Tanck to post up and get the ball. Tanck scored, was fouled on the play and converted the free throw for the winning margin.

The Jets took a 50-48 lead with 23 seconds left when the Tigers fouled Roncalli to get the ball back. Roncalli made just one of two free throws to open the door for the Tigers.

Tank finished with 17 points, scoring seven in the first quarter and six in the fourth quarter. Kayla Chosa added 16 for Wrightstown.

Catherine Taddy led Roncalli with 15 points.

Roncalli 5 15 14 16 50
Wrightstown 16 10 11 14 51

Roncalli: Cliff 9, Moczynski 7, Pitz 13, Severin 6, Taddy 15. Totals 16 12-16 50. Fouls 18.

Wrightstown: Chosa 16, Hansen 5, Klister 7, Neinas 6, Tanck 17. Totals 12 18-24 51. Fouls 18.

3-Point Goals: Roncalli 6 (Cliff 1, Pitz 3, Severin 1, Taddy 1), Wrightstown 3 (Klister 1, Neinas 2).

Division 4

Algoma 68, Weyauwega-Fremont 44

At Algoma, the Wolves broke the game open in the second period, outscoring the Indians 25-4 for a 42-15 halftime lead.

Taylor Schmidt led Algoma with 13 points.

Mariah Hulbert was the only Weyauwega-Fremont player to score in double figures. She finished with 18.

Wey-Fremont 11 4 12 17 44
Algoma 17 25 0 12 68

Weyauwega-Fremont: L. Akey 5, Goode 3, Hellwig 9, Hulbert 18, Knecht 2, Schoenick 5, Wilson 2. Totals 11 14-23 44. Fouls 18.

Algoma: Blahnik 8, Blazkovec 5, Bluett 5, Delorit 8, Dier 10, Feuerstein 2, Koss 3, Mueller 9, Ryan 5, Schmidt 13. Totals 24 15-24 68. Fouls 20.

3-Point Goals: Weyauwega-Fremont 4 (Hulbert 4), Algoma 5 (Delorit 1, Koss 1, Mueller 1, Ryan 1, Schmidt 1).

Division 5

Hilbert 68, Gibraltar 57

At Hilbert, Erin Leffler and Erica Gehl combined for 30 points in the second half to lead the Wolves to the win.

The Vikings led by four at halftime primarily due to the efforts of Makenna Ash, who scored 13 of her 18 points in the first half.

In the third quarter, the Wolves took control, outscoring Gibraltar 26-13. Gehl score 13 points in third period, while Leffler had 10.

Gehl finished with 27 points. Leffler tallied 22.

Gibraltar 12 18 13 14 57
Hilbert 7 19 26 16 68

Gibraltar: Ash 18, Bauldry 2, Hecht 8, Jauregui 6, Kita 15, Swain 8. Totals 23 6-10 57. Fouls 21.

Hilbert: E. Gehl 27, K. Gehl 4, Hemauer 5, Kopecky 2, Leffler 22, Sticka 8. Totals 21 24-31 68. Fouls 17.

3-Point Goals: Gibraltar 5 (Kita 5), Hilbert 2 (Leffler 2).

— Gannett Wisconsin Media

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