High School Highlights (Feb. 13)

NEW Media Staff

Updated: Feb. 14, 8:15 p.m.


Shawano 41

Antigo 33

Top-seeded Shawano won its first regional title in 22 years after knocking off second-seeded Antigo on Feb. 13 in Shawano.

Avery Dreier scored all 11 of her points in the first half to help Shawano take a 19-10 halftime lead. Lydia Beyer and Rachel Reed combined to score 16 of their 18 points in the second half to help the Hawks thwart an Antigo rally.

Shawano and every other sectional qualifier will learn their sectional semifinal opponent on Feb. 14. All sectional semifinals will be played on Feb. 18.

Freedom, Notre Dame and Xavier are the other three sectional qualifiers that Shawano will be in a pod with.

Bonduel 55

Oconto Falls 39

Top-seeded Bonduel won a Division 3 regional title after downing third-seeded Oconto Falls on Feb. 13 in Bonduel. The Bears led 23-19 at halftime.

Kara Troxel scored 19 points to pace Bonduel on offense. Brenna Hertzfeldt chipped in 10 points. Allaina Robaidek posted five assists and three steals, while Kylie Hoffman and Breanna Schnell each grabbed nine rebounds.

It marks the third straight year that Bonduel won a regional title.

Bonduel is now 22-0 on the season. Amherst, Westfield and Wrightstown will make up the rest of the sectional pod.

Gresham 73

Northland Lutheran 70 (OT)

Top-seeded Gresham toppled second-seeded Northland Lutheran in overtime of a Division 5 regional title game thriller on Feb. 13 in Gresham.

Valarie Cerveny led a balanced Gresham offensive attack with 18 points. Makayla Belongia added 16 points, while Hannah Cerveny had 14 points.

Kaylee Bohm finished with 11 points for Gresham. Maddie Haffner chipped in eight points.

Athens, Three Lakes and Suring are the other sectional qualifiers that Gresham will be in a pod with.

Amherst 62

Witt-Birn 52

Second-seeded Wittenberg-Birnamwood fell short in a Division 3 regional title game against top-seeded Amherst on Feb. 13 in Amherst.

Emma Herb led Witt-Birn with 17 points and seven rebounds, while Abi Fraaza posted 13 points, 10 rebounds and six assists.

Amara Schoepke contributed 10 points and seven rebounds for Witt-Birn. Reese Rogowski finished with eight points and four assists.

The Chargers made just 10 of their 23 free-throw attempts on the night.