High School Highlights - Dec. 6

NEW Media Staff

Updated: 8:25 p.m., 12/8


Shawano 69

Pulaski 42

Shawano pulled away in the second half behind Carter Weisnicht to claim a nonconference victory over Pulaski on Friday in Shawano. Weisnicht scored 29 points in the game, including 12 of the team’s first 13 points in the second half.

Nick Sherman added 15 points for the Hawks, while Sam Schulze scored the team’s final 10 points to seal up the win.

Shawano moved to 3-0 on the season.


Wittenberg-Birnamwood 49

Bonduel 40

Wittenberg-Birnamwood took down Bonduel in a Central Wisconsin Conference-East Division showdown on Friday in Wittenberg.

Emma Herb and Abi Fraaza powered Witt-Birn to the win. Herb scored 25 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, while Fraaza tallied 13 points, 15 rebounds, six assists, three steals and three blocks.

“This was an awesome battle tonight between two good teams,” said Witt-Birn coach Nick Mechelke. “We started out well in the first half and I told the girls at halftime that ‘it was going to be a fight to the end, and it definitely was.’ Both teams battled until the end and it was a game of one possession at a time. We were able to finish strong and play within ourselves tonight.”

Kara Troxel scored 16 points to lead Bonduel, while Allaina Robaidek added 15 points. Madison Kurey pulled down seven rebounds.

Shawano 53

Green Bay East 26

Shawano eased to a Bay Conference victory over Green Bay East on Friday in Green Bay.

Rachel Reed and Odessa Arce each scored 12 points to lead Shawano on offense. Reed also dished out five assists, while Avery Dreier grabbed eight rebounds.

The Hawks improved to 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the Bay.

Iola-Scandinavia 54

Menominee Indian 49

Menominee Indian came up just short in a CWC-East clash on Friday in Iola.

Alyssa Corn and Mimi Beaulieu-Morgan each scored 15 points for Menominee Indian. Corn also grabbed eight rebounds, while Alezaha King had 10 boards.

"The girls gave tremendous effort tonight," said Menominee Indian coach Michael Skenadore. "We had a couple of spots where our shots weren’t dropping and we could have done a better job from the free throw line and that was really the difference in the game."