High School Highlights - Dec. 5

NEW Media Staff

Updated: 9:10 a.m., 12/6


Bonduel 36

Rosholt 21

Bonduel opened its season with a dual win on the road over Rosholt on Thursday.

Logan Majewski (138), Kaden Bergsbaken (170) and Isaac Banker (195) earned six points each for Bonduel after pinning their opponents.

Max Sokolski (145), Alex Garside (220) and Tyson Bogacz (120) all picked up forfeit wins for the Bears.

Menominee Indian 48

Tri-County 24

Menominee Indian doubled up Tri-County in a dual on Thursday in Plainfield.

Glen Miller (182) won by pin for Menominee Indian.

Brendan Biljan (113), Joe Perez (126), Emelio Turney (138), Calvin Waukau (160), Hunter Connahvichnah (195), Kanewin Dickenson (220) and Asenex Turney (285) all were winners by forfeit.

Shawano 49

Antigo 21

Shawano opened its season with an convincing dual win over Antigo on Thursday in Shawano.

Wyatt Brandt (126) earned a 9-1 major decision win to open the night for Shawano, but the Hawks dropped the next two weight classes. Shawano took control of the match by winning eight of the next nine weight classes.

Carter Schmidt (145), Ben Carroll (152), Gage Timm (170), Quardell Littleowl (182) and Nick Kohn (285) all won by fall. Keith Tourtillott (220) won a 7-2 decision, while Trace Yeager (195) and Brady Stomberg (106) won by forfeit.

"There were a lot of wrestlers that stepped up tonight and wrestled hard," said Shawano coach Mike Homan. "Even the wrestlers that came up in a losing effort fought really hard."


Bonduel 81

Wittenberg-Birnamwood 67

Bonduel pulled away from Wittenberg-Birnamwood to claim the Central Wisconsin Conference-East Division battle on Thursday in Bonduel.

Cole Letter knocked down 11 free throws and led Bonduel with 24 points. Garrett Engel buried three 3-pointers and finished with 19 points, while Carson Robaidek hit two 3-pointers and had 16 points. Dylan Springborn chipped in eight points.

Austin Gibson led Witt-Birn with 21 points, while Brendan Resch added 12 points. Ben Wesolowski had nine points and Jack Fraaza contributed eight points.

Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 62

Gresham 55

Gresham fell just short in a CWC-North clash with Wisconsin Valley Lutheran on Thursday in Mosinee.

Raven Bennett hit four 3-pointers and led Gresham with 22 points on the night.

Gresham’s Will Jensen and Waylon Welch each added 10 points, while Belasaire Vele chipped in seven.

Bowler 80

Tigerton 62

Bowler knocked off Tigerton in a CWC-North clash on Thursday in Tigerton.

Zach Fehrman led Bowler with 26 points. Lane Schultz totaled 21 points.

Bowler grabbed a 38-20 lead at halftime before fending off a Tigerton rally late in the second half.

Kaeden Miller scored 25 points to pace Tigerton. Allen Jobe contributed 22 points.


Clintonville 70

Waupaca 31

Clintonville rolled to a North Eastern Conference victory on Thursday in Waupaca. Clintonville had 13 different players score in the win.

Erin Viergutz led the balanced attack with 14 points, while Elly Arndt had 13. Alli Smejkal chipped in seven points.

Viergutz also grabbed seven rebounds, while Hannah Strong had five. Arndt led the team with four assists.

"I'm proud of how the girls set the tone right away in the game. It was a good team win," said Clintonville coach Nick Yaeger. "We played solid on both ends of the court and stayed out of foul trouble."

Manawa 52

Marion 17

Marion was done in by Manawa's quickness in a CWC-North matchup on Thursday in Manawa.

Tessa Brei posted seven points, four steals and 11 rebounds for Marion, while Kelsey Zillmer had six rebounds and three blocks. Grace Bradley finished with four points and six boards.

"Manawa's pressure in the half court was too much for us. Factor that in with the poor player movement and it turns into a bad outcome," said Marion coach Brad Fischer. "As the game went on, our movement and spacing got better. We were able to get some good looks off of set plays, but Manawa's quickness was just too much for us."