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Here Are Tuesday’s High School Sports Results For The Green Bay Area

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Here Are Tuesday’s High School Sports Results For The Green Bay Area

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High School Sports Results From Sept 3 2022 Pittsburgh Post Gazette
High School Sports Results From Sept 3 2022 Pittsburgh Post Gazette

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Dad 4, Pulaski 2 in BOYS Soccer

DE PERE — The Redbirds scored twice in the second half to secure the Fox River Classic Conference victory.

The match was 2-2 at half-time before James Dorchester equalized with a goal in the 45th minute. Madden Skurka added the insurance goal for De Pere six minutes later.

Dorchester opened the scoring three minutes in as Pulaski's Ryan Drafz tied the score in the 10th minute.

Jacob Calverts assisted Dorchester to give De Pere a 2-1 lead.

Chase Ambrosius tied the game in the first half.

Brayden Coyle made three saves for the Redbirds as De Pere defeated Pulaski 12-5, while the Red Raiders' Mason Baker made six saves in net.

Luxembourg-Cosco 4, Denmark 1

DENMARK – The Spartans' Johan Amador scored four goals to lead Luxemburg-Cosco to a win over the Vikings.

Aiden Nelsen and Quentin Massart provided assists for Luxembourg-Cosco.

Massert made six saves for Luxemburg-Cosco.

Patrik Mileski made no saves for Denmark.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL, Coleman 3, Gillette 0

Coleman – The Cougars started fast and never let up in a 25-9, 25-7, 25-14 victory.

Katie Knox had 13 assists and seven kills, while Silvia Focesato added seven assists and six digs. Alaina Gilbertson had five assists and Aliyah Bruninger five.

Crivitz 3, Oneida Nation 0

Krivitz – The Wolverines won the match 25-16, 25-8, 25-8.

Hailey Geiger led the way with 22 assists and five assists, Taryn Tracy had six assists and four kills, Senia Cain had eight and Kylie Chilcoat had seven kills.

Suring 3, Lena 1

Suring – The Eagles defeated the Wildcats 25-19, 27-25, 24-26, 25-14.

Macy Reed added 15 assists and five digs, while Christine Sleater added 14 kills and three blocks. Mackenzie Chesterfield had nine kills, Emma Kristoff eight digs and Mashya Seefeld five service aces.

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Niagara 3, Wausaukee 0

Wausaukee – The Badgers defeated the Rangers 25-16, 25-11, 25-11.

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Nellie Dunlap had five kills and seven assists, while Lydia Schall, Melody Schall and Rachel Schliss each scored seven goals for Wausaukee.

CROSS CROSS COUNTRY Winneconne Invitational

Girls

Xavier 68, Winnecon 98, Shawano 101, Kewaskum 123, New London 127, Wisconsin Rapids 129, Laconia 141, Appleton East 175, Neenah 185, Valley, 621 Valley

Top 10 Individuals: 1, Sophie Yetter 19:11.56; 2, Molly Duell LAC 19:59.60; 3, Leah Patterson VC 20:07.85; 4, Annalize Minoric X 20:16.77; 5, Jane Johnston NL 20:47.26; 6, Kate Schaeffer WR 20:58.00; 7, Lily Guenther SHA 21:13.39; 8, Grace Chelberg SHA 21:18.63; 9, Anna Betag X 21:25.32; 10, Mason Guilt WR 21:26.20.

New

Xavier 52, Winnecon 58, Neenah 74, Shawano 106, Wisconsin Rapids 145, New London 156, Iola-Scandinavia 186, Oshkosh North 240, Keokonskum 2621, R527, R527

Top 10 finishers: 1, Kenny Power X 16:47.72; 2, Noah Donnermeyer X 16:54.90; 3, Ethan Onesti SHA 17:22.54; 4, Grant Wenzelow WIN 17:33.55; 5, Ean Mares X 17:34.45; 6, Carson Tim NEE 17:52.21; 7, Colin Wellnitz WR 17:54.11; 8, Charlie Vetter IS 17:54.89; 9, Oliver Aberle WINS 18:08.90; 10, Drew Gentile NEE 18:12.72.

Plymouth invites

Girls

Plymouth 24, Howard's Grove 49, New Holstein 55

Top 10 winners: 1, Masi Selk P 23:05.17; 2, Laura Henze P 23:58.67; 3, Ava Sloma HG 24:43.11; 4, Donna Tolman P 24:56.07; 5, Mary Athorp HG 25:21.28; 6, Eden Petan NH 26:15.25; 7, Eva Salchart NH 26:22.71; 8, Brooke Schuenman P 26:31.17; 9, Alexis Baldi P 26:35.31; 10, Brylee Schuenman P 26:49.37.

New

Howard's Grove 23, Plymouth 36, New Holstein, Green Bay West Incomplete teams

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Top 10 finishers: 1, Ruben Olson GBW 19:44.02; 2, Carter Selk P 20:22.19; 3, Jonah Waleser HG 20:37.18; 4, Austin Eisentrout HG 20:56.05; 5, Cole Anhalt P 21:15.31; 7, Liam Swearingon HG 21:22.74; 7, Ephraim Rogina GBW 21:34.14; 8, Braven Wilson HG 21:52.10; 9, Trey Sixel HG 22:12.32; 10, Eli Steiner P 22:18.21.

Indian Manomini Eagle Invitation

Girls

Bonduel 28, Oconto 75, Manawa 75, Suring 82, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 85, Menominee Indian Incomplete

Top 10 finishers: 1, Rory Salveson WB 21: 42.7; 2, Mary Wandra B 21:56.8; 3, Beautiful Man Jaeger 22:15.2; 4, Teagan Engle B 22:22.8; 5, Olivia Noack S 22:31.9; 6, Ashlyn Kurey B 23:03.2; 7, Kendra Troxel B 23:11.9; 8, Marilyn Klatt Adam 23:19.8; 9, Ciera Swift B 23:53.1; 10, Danica Thomson WB 24:14.4.

New

Wittenberg-Birnamwood 45, Oconto 53, Bonduel 58, Manawa 89, Oneida Nation 120, Menominee Indian, Gresham-Bowler, Lena/St. The Academy of Thomas Aquinas is an incomplete group

Top 10 finishers: 1, Ben O'Brien B 18: 20.1; 2, Isaiah Moss MI 20:04.09; 3, Anvelink race B 20:07.5; 4, Matthew Thomas Mann 20:22.4; 5, Lloyd Reavis MI 20:29.1; 6, Kadin Baxter OC 20:41.1; 7, Bryson Nelson GB 20:43.2; 8, Dominic Baxter Agree 20:51.0; 9, Ayden Dunst B 20:56.3; 10, Maurer Belangia L/STA 20:56.9.

Girls Swim Bay Port 101, Green Bay United 69

200 IM:1, Bay Port (Catie Nowak, Addison Aird, Ellasen Peot, Natalie Portier) 1:58.08; 2, Bay Port (Kate Jurowski, Ella Lohmeyer, Lauren Baum, Addison Hamilton) 2:04.84. 200 free: 1, Shannon Hanley BP 2:04.26; 2, Claire Sieber GBU 2:05.27. 200 IM: 1, Ivana Neverman GBU 2:12.66; 2, Natalie Portier BP 2:22.51. 50 free: 1, Ellasen Peot BP: 25.54; 2, Lily Awe GBU: 27.07. 100 breaststroke: 1, Lily Awe GBU 1:03.92; 2, Alyla Tooley BP 1:10.12. 100 free: 1, Ellasen Peot BP: 56.80; 2, GBU Claire Sieber: 57.46. 500 free: 1, Claire Schlaefer GBU 5:36.44; 2, Shannon Hanley BP 5:39.90. 200 R free: 1, Green Bay United (Ivana Neverman, Lily Awey, Claire Schleifer, Claire Sieber) 1:45.78; 2, Bay Port (Addison Aird, Catie Nowak, Shannon Hanley, Alyla Tooley) 1:46.40. 100 back: 1, Kate Zurowski BP 1:06.58; 2, Natalie Portier BP 1:087.47. 100 breast: 1, Ivana Neverman GBU 1:07.35; 2, Addison Aird BP1: 08.70. 400 R free: 1, Green Bay United (Claire Sieber, Lily Awe, Claire Schläfer, Ivana Neverman) 3: 49.48; 2, Bay Port (Natalie Portier, Ellasen Peot, Kate Zurowski, Shannon Hanley) 3:54.61.

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Golfbay Conference Girls Championship

Shawano 353, Xavier 362, Seymour 405, Winecon 408, Bonduel 428, West De Père 432, Oconto 503

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Top 10: Alisa Helminen X 78, Tegan Christoph SHA 82, Sophia Eggert SHA 84, Braylyn Babino SHA 90, Mady Doering X 93, Elizabeth Schubbe X 95, May Shimek X 96, Sarah Garside B 97, Riley Dreier, Fink.

Girls Tennispulaski 6, Green Bay Preble 1

Kylie Coyle defeated P. Brianna Rainier 6-2, 7-5; Isabella Sklecki defeated P. Isis van der Wiejde 7:5, 6:0; Treva Robaidek P defeated. Lana Wang 6-3, 7-5; Sophia Rainier GBP def. RayAnna Kissinger 2-6, 6-4, 12-10.

Madeline Diefenthaler/Ruth Krause p def. Madalyn Charles/Kiana Nguyen 6-1, 6-1; Sara Johnson/Josie Stino p def. Maisie Socha/Allison Linsmeyer 6-0, 6-3; Mikalah Doe/Carly Elliott p def. Isabella Hale/Paige De Blay 6-2, 7-6 (3).

Contact Mike Sherry at msherry@postcrescent.com. Follow him on Twitter @MikeSherry14. Middle and high school coaches or their statisticians should send results to sports@gannettwisconsin.com.

This article originally appeared in the Green Bay Press-Gazette: Here are Tuesday's high school sports scores for the Green Bay area

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