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By Mike Wendlandt

Zaleski Sports



Manawa 47 vs Weyauwega-Fremont 45

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Bonduel 75 vs Peshtigo 60

Bonduel was able to win comfortably in Peshtigo in non-conference play despite allowing nine three pointers and forcing only thirteen turnovers. The defending conference champions had a tough time guarding Emma Gilligan. The senior guard had 20 points in the game, shooting six of ten from beyond the arc. Jaci Tonn and Sydney Lund also scored in double figures for Peshtigo with each player putting up twelve points.


Wittenberg-Birnamwood 50 vs Three Lakes 46

Reese Rogowski had a monster night for Wittenberg-Birnamwood as the Chargers took a nail biter in Three Lakes. The junior scored a game high 27 as a halftime tie went toward the Chargers late. Kaylee Schram also had ten for Wittenberg-Birnamwood. Kara Sowinki was the leader for Three Lakes, scoring 17 points.

Westfield 61 vs Amherst 52

Four Falcons scored in double figures but it wasn’t enough as Westfield controlled the second half to leave with a victory. Hannah Wall led Amherst on the scoresheet with twelve points followed by Nikki Eiden (11), Tatum Maves (11), and Alexa Shulfer (10). However, it was the duo of Carly Drew (28) and Brandi Lentz (17) who combined for 45 that keyed Westfield to the win.

Iola-Scandinavia 49 vs Nekoosa 36

Lillian Fuhs had a double-double (15 Points, 14 Rebounds) to lead the Thunderbirds to a win over Nekoosa on the road. As a team Iola-Scandinavia shot only 29% from the field, but brought down 47 rebounds to control the paint and their stifling defense shut down the Nekoosa attack. Makayla Much also had 15 points for Iola-Scandinavia.

Menominee Indian 68 vs Gresham 61

Mariah Fish scored 20 points to lead Menominee Indian to a victory against Gresham, one of three in double figures. Kaysha Wilber (13) and Alezaha King (12) also scored in double figures for the Eagles.



Bonduel 64 vs Amherst 45

Reese Stoltenow scored a game high 24 points on his home floor to lead the Bonduel Bears to a conference victory over Amherst on Tuesday evening. Stoltenow’s performance helped Bonduel to a 12 point halftime lead that they wouldn’t relinquish. Aidan Jastromski led the Falcons with 19 points in the game. Matthew Glodowski and Wyatt Blaskowski (11 points each) joined him in double figures.

Iola-Scandinavia 44 vs Wittenberg-Birnamwood 40

Parker Prahl had 19 points and 9 rebounds to lead the Thunderbirds to a conference win over Wittenberg-Birnamwood. Forward Brock Wester complemented Prahl’s performance with a solid night, scoring 11 points and pulling down 10 rebounds in the win. Three Chargers scored in double figures, led by Ben Wesolowski’s 13. He was joined by Simon Schairer and Max Fraaza, who each had 10.

Weyauwega-Fremont 65 vs Shiocton 59

Four Warhawks scored at least fifteen points and Weyauwega-Fremont went into Shiocton to get a big conference win. Jaden Rice scored 17, Quinn Dittman and Brayden Arndt each had 16, and Ethan Marquette had 15 to lead Weyauwega-Fremont. Dawson Schmidt did all he could for Shiocton, leading all scorers with 24 points on the night with Cade Stingle putting in 12 in the loss.

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