High School Highlights - Dec. 3

NEW Media Staff

Updated: 1:45 p.m. 12/4


Bonduel 72

Menominee Indian 36

Bonduel’s full-court pressure was too much for Menominee Indian to handle in a Central Wisconsin Conference-East Division battle on Tuesday in Bonduel.

Kara Troxel led Bonduel with 16 points, while Allaina Robaidek had 12 and Josie Hoffman 11. Madison Kurey and Brenna Hertzfeldt each contributed eight points.

Breanna Schnell pulled down nine rebounds for the Bears, while Robaidek had seven. Hertzfeldt also tallied four assists and four steals, while Troxel had three steals.

Bonduel ended the first half on a 42-6 run to take control.

Mimi Beaulieu-Morgan led Menominee Indian with 13 points. Alyssa Corn added six points.

Clintonville 73

Shawano 53

Clintonville controlled the first half and went on to take down Shawano in nonconference action on Tuesday in Clintonville.

Erin Viergutz led Clintonville by scoring 28 points and pulling down 22 rebounds. Selina Torrez hit three 3-pointers in the first half and finished with 17 points, while Elly Arndt scored 13 points. Jordan Lehman tallied eight points.

"I thought our three seniors (Abby King, Viergutz, Arndt) really stepped up tonight. I thought they made a huge difference. Abby only had two points but she really stepped up her defense. I've never seen Erin play the type of game that she played tonight," said Clintonville coach Nick Yaeger. "It also helped that Selina Torrez started the game shooting the ball really well. That really separated us from the start."

Rachel Reed finished with 15 points to pace Shawano. Brianna Wright chipped in 10 points, while Avery Dreier had eight.

Wittenberg-Birnamwood 52

Shiocton 27

Wittenberg-Birnamwood dominated the first half before coasting to a CWC-East win on Tuesday in Shiocton.

Abi Fraaza totaled 15 points, 11 rebounds, five assists and three blocks to lead the Chargers in the win. Emma Herb added 14 points while grabbing eight rebounds.

Reese Rogowski chipped in eight points and three assists, while Amara Schoepke had seven points and four steals.

"We have been talking about family this season and the girls are buying into it. We are playing together and helping each other out when needed," said Witt-Birn coach Nick Mechelke. "We came out to 31-7 halftime lead tonight. We hit the open person and finished around the basket. Awesome team effort against a good Shiocton team. Amara Schoepke was a great spark defensively tonight; she played exceptional tonight."

Bowler 54

Marion 20

Bowler powered past Marion in a CWC-North matchup on Tuesday in Bowler.

Kayla Pecore led Bowler with 19 points.

Grace Bradley finished with 10 points and eight rebounds for Marion, while Tessa Brei grabbed 10 rebounds. Mollie Schoen finished with six rebounds and four steals.

"Bowler took us out of the game right away with their continued ball pressure. We just were not able to handle it," said Marion coach Brad Fischer. "We kept close, but the continuous pressure made us unable to function. We need to keep working on our ball security and using our dribble as a last resort to attack with."

Northland Lutheran 69

Gresham 47

Gresham couldn’t keep pace with Northland Lutheran in a CWC-North clash on Tuesday in Gresham.

Valarie Cerveny scored 17 points to lead Gresham on the court. Destiny Reindl and Hannah Cerveny chipped in with 11 points each.

“We couldn’t get a rebound all night long,” said Gresham coach Newell Haffner. “They outmuscled us.”


Wittenberg-Birnamwood 64

Tomahawk 52

Wittenberg-Birnamwood opened its season with a nonconference win on Tuesday in Tomahawk.

Austin Gibson led Witt-Birn with 25 points, while Brendan Resch added 13 points. Logan Balliett and Ben Wesolowski each scored nine points, while Cole Schairer had eight.

Witt-Birn outscored Tomahawk by six points in each half.

"We did a nice job of going strong to the basket on the offensive end of the floor," said Witt-Birn coach Garrett Rogowski. "Taking 29 free throw shots is a testament to that. Anytime you make more free throws (18 for 29) than your opponent shoots (14) you're going to put yourself in a good position to win."

Pittsville 76

Gresham 52

Gresham was outscored by 20 points in the first half and couldn’t recover in a CWC crossover matchup on Tuesday in Pittsville.

Lukas Pecore paced Gresham with 14 points, knocking down four 3-pointers.

Will Jensen added 12 points, while Waylon Welch had 11.

Green Bay West 82

Bonduel 72

Bonduel came up short in a nonconference matchup on Tuesday in Green Bay.

Bonduel's Cole Letter hit five 3-pointers and 10 free throws on his way to a 31-point performance.

Garrett Engel knocked down four triples and tallied 16 points for the Bears, while Dylan Springborn added seven points.