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

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

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Here Are Tuesday's High School Sports Results For The Appleton Area
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Women's Basketball

Liberty 48, Lutheran Valley Fox 44

APPLETON — In a battle of the best teams, the Irish survived a stunning comeback from the Foxes, remain undefeated in the Northeast Conference and are in contention for a fifth straight season.

The Freedom, which was ranked first in Division 3 in the latest Associated Press poll, led 30-18 in the second half but lost to FVL. Triplett is eighth in scoring in Division 2. -33 after Lauren Movrich's triple win.

The Irishwoman took the lead again and defeated newcomer Emily Jane. Kirsten Krewald landed the winning shot, which Freedom missed in the final seconds, while Saadi Yarmolovic made two free throws to set up the winner.

Yarmolovich had 19 points to lead the scorer, Sidney Bartels added 16 points. Yank had 16 points at Fox Valley Lutherans (18-3, 14-2).

It was the Liberty's 56th consecutive win in the Northeast Conference.

Independence 14 34 – 48

Fox Lutheran Valley 15 29 – 44

Svoboda : Yarmolovic 19, Martzal 7, Bartels 16, Krivald 6. 3 points: Yarmolovich 2, Bartels. FT: 13-23 Fouls: 10.

Fox Valley Lutherans : Reesop 3, Movrich 9, Penk 4, Kruger 2, Vidt 6, Meyer 4, Yanke 16. 3 pts: Reesop, Movrich 3, Yanke 3. FT: 5-8. Violations: 14.

Luxembourg-Casco 39, Little Shute 31

Luxembourg. Brianna Bray scored 12 points to lead the Spartans to a win over the Mustangs.

Riley Schultz led Little Chute with 17 points.

20 11 – 31

Luxembourg-Cosco 15 24 – 39

Little Jesters: Martin 5, Van Handel 4, Delke 2, Rush 3, Schultz 17. 3 points: Martin. FT: 4-7 Fouls: 15.

Luxembourg-Cosco: Cherovsky 4, Bray 12, Mrotek 8, Treml 1, Pai 2, Depres 6, Hahnemann 4, Gies 2. 3 points: Mrotek 2. FT: 15-23. Violations: 13.

road Maria Catholica 71, Kehler 42

KOHLER – Chloe Vogel scored 22 points and Emily Vogel added 12 as the Zephyrs took a 38-20 lead into halftime and never looked back en route to a big win in the Eastern Conference.

road Mary's Catholic went 20-1 on the season.

Sienna Anderson scored 10 points in double figures for the Zephyrs.

McKenna Holzrichter led the Blue Bombers with 17 points, while Katie Schumacher added 10 points.

road Mary Catholic 38 33 – 71

Color 20 22 – 42

road Mary's Catholic : K. Vogel 22, E. Vogel 12, Norville 5, N. Anderson 8, s. Anderson 10, Knackers 5, Voss 3, Brain 6. 3 points: K. Vogel 2, Norville, S. Anderson 2, Fox FT: 3-5 Fouls: 9.

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Kohler: Oldenhoff 4, Wichmann 4, Sachse 1, Torsner 1, Wimmer 1, Zimmermann 4, Holzrichter 17, Schumacher 10. 3 points: None. FT: 4-15 Fouls: 7.

62 billion, Valdes 50

Brillion – The Lions outscored the Vikings by 11 points in the second half to win.

"In the second half, we played better on power defense and made some interceptions that led to several passes," Brilliant coach Jeff Capel said. In the second half we were more effective, we attacked from outside and in, we scored goals and we were well balanced.

Megan Schumann and Alaina Schwan each scored 14 points and topped the Brillion rankings. Schumann scored all the points in the second half.

Claire Zipperer leads Walders by 30 points.

Billion 28 34 – 62

Valdes 27 23 – 50

Brillion : Emer 6, Schumann 14, Dietrich 8, Schwan 14, Schwan 7, Williams 4, Rodriguez 2, Hale 7. 3 points: Schumann, Dietrich 2, Schwan 3, Hale. FT: 13-22 Fouls: 12.

Walders : Tuschel 2, Wagner 5, Hochkammer 4, Fischer 3, Hickman 4, Neuenfeld 2, Zipperer 30. 3 points: Wagner, Fischer. FT: 10-15 Fouls: 16.

Oshkosh North 60, Kaukana 45

OSHKOSH – Mallory Ott scored 22 points to lead the Spartans to victory.

Ava Hansen added 17 points for Oshkosh North and Emma Nemchik added 11 points.

Men's Basketball

Chutesito 49, Roncalli 38

Short story: The Mustangs led by 11 points at halftime and held off the Jets in the second half.

Hunter Thiel led Little Chute with 12 points. Carter Angle added 11.

Landon Chalupani leads Roncalli by 12 points. Brett Simmer added 10.

Roncalli 15 23 – 38

Small grasshopper 26 23 – 49

Roncalli : Yanda 8, Ote 8, Prut 10, Chalupi 12. 3 points: Yanda 2, Pruitt 2, Chalupy 4. FT: 4-4. Violations: 15.

Little Shutt: Angle 11, Fisher 2, Joten 8, Maronek 7, Thiel 13, Vandenberg 8. FT: 9-13 Fouls: 13.

64 Wrightstown, 52 Sheboygan Falls

Short story: The Tigers started the second half on an 11-0 run to take control of the game against the Falcons.

Marshall Odiger and Keegan Spies finished 1-2 for Wrightstown with 19 and 17 points, respectively. They managed to come out with 24 points in the second half. Aiden Humphreys added 13 points.

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Ethan Verhulst and Dan Nicolai led Sheboygan Falls with 14 and 12 points, respectively.

Sheboygan Falls 29 23 – 52

Wrightstown 22 42 – 64

Sheboygan Falls : Gordon 3, Carter Korff 2, Zapp 4, Nicolai 12, Ivanski 9, Verhulst 14, Scheibel 2, Chase Korff 2, Meyer 4. 3 points: Gordon, Nicolai, Ivanski 3, Verhulst 2. 11-FT Violations: 18.

Wrightstown: Van Zeeland 5, Herman 5, Humphries 13, Lewandowski 2, Cavanaugh 3, Spies 17, Edinger 19. 3-pointers: Humphries 2, Spies 3, Edinger 3. FT: 12-18 Fouls: 16.

West De Pere 88, Monsha 44

DE PERET – The Phantoms dominated the game in the first half and were 23 points away from the Bluejays in the first half.

Ethan Heck led West De Pere with 24 points. Yadiel Marrero and Langdon Nordgaard added 12 and 10 points.

Menasha was led by Trayvon Lockridge with 23 points. Riley Zonker scored 10 points.

Menasha 22 22 – 44

Pere West 45 43 – 88

Menasha: Hibler 5, Jonker 10, Weinandt 3, Lockridge 23, Ludwigson 1, Fleichmann 2. 3 points: Hibler, Jonker 2, Weinandt, Lockridge 2. FT: 9-15 Fouls: 9.

West De Pere : Borovich 5, Marrero 12, Heim 3, Walder 5, Heck 24, Craft 7, E. Deschamps 7, Nordgaard 10, S. Deschamps 7, Baumgart 4, a. Deschamps 4. 3 points: Borovic, Marrero 2, Heim, Heck 6, Kraft, Nordgaard 2, S. Deschamps. FT: 8-8 Fouls: 15.

68 Clintonville, 67 Shicton

SHIOCTON — Zach Yager scored 31 points and Jordan Weiner added 20 as the Truckers held off the Chiefs out of the conference.

Cade Rosenov added 13 points for Clintonville.

The Truckers led 36-31 at halftime and the game was tight until the end.

Dawson Schmidt led the Chiefs with 30 points, Bennett Wilcox added 16 and Jacob Klitschke 14.

Clintonville 36 32 – 68

Shiocton 31 36 – 67

CLINTONVILLE: Shershell 2, Rosenov 13, S. Wegener 2: J. Wegener 20: Jaeger 31. 3 points: Rosenov 2, J. Wegener 4, Jaeger 4. FT: 6-10 Error: 9.

Shiocton: Wilcox 16, Young 3, Marks 4, Schmid 30, Klitzke 14. 3 points: Wilcox 2, Young, Schmid 4, Klitzke 4. FT: 4-5. Violations: 13.

56 Seymour, 36 East Green Bay

GREEN BAY – Keanu Chinana and Pace Jefferson each scored nine points to lead the Thunder over the Red Devils.

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DJ Broadnax led Green Bay East with 13 points.

Seymour 25 31 – 56

Grunby-Oss 11 25 – 36

Seymour : DeBruen 4, Chinana 9, Jefferson 9, Watz 8, Cornell 5, Young 3, Krull 7, Caliaro 5, Marks 3, Dorn 3. 3 points: Watz 2, Cornell, DeBruin, Chinana, Caliro, Dorn, Young. .. FT: 4-8 Fouls: 9.

East Green Bay : Broadnax 13, Habane 3, Anderson 2, Carlson 6, Boeder 8, Devillers 2, Jordan 2. 3 points: Broadnax 3, Carlson 2, Boeder 2, Habane. FT: 2-3 Fouls: 13.

road Maria Catholica 100, Kehler 70

FOX CROSSING – The Marshmallows doubled up the Blue Bombers in the first half, scoring 61 points and trailing the rest of the way, going 18-2 overall.

Cole Uhlenbrook scored a career-high 36 points for SMC, including 25 in the first half. Danny Griffiths added 13 points, Michael Fairweather added 12 points, Fisher McKenzie added 11 points and Charlie Nackers had 10 points to lead the Zephyrs.

Trey Keller led Kohler with 24 points, followed by Max Breitenbach with 16 points for the Blue Bombers.

Kohler 30 40 – 70

road Mary Catholic 61 39 – 100

Kohler: Keller 24, R. Breitenbach 9, Albrecht 5, Cornwell 2, M. Breitenbach 16, Posisk 3, Paul 9, Gabler 2. 3 points: Keller 2, Albrecht, M. Breitenbach 2, Paul. FT: 16-28 Fouls: 16.

road Mary's Catholic : Griffith 13, Fairweather 12, Lynch 4, Ripley 2, Brain 3, Fields 6, Knackers 10, Uhlenbrook 36, McKenzie 11, Berg 3. 3pts: Griffith, Fields, Uhlenbrooks: 5:8, McKenbrook .

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Men's Hockey

Tomahawk 4, Wapaka 2

Tomahawk-Tachets took control of the game with three goals in the second half.

Zach Friske scored a goal and dished out two assists for the Tomahawks. Austin Lamar, Jonas Dickens and Bo Stromberg scored.

Ryan Massey and KL scored for Waupaki. hunting.

Tomahawk goaltender Trevor Selisker made 23 saves. Carson Jameson made 20 saves for Waupaker.

This article originally appeared in Appleton Post-Moon: High School Sports Results Tuesday for the Appleton area here.

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