High School Highlights - Dec. 19

NEW Media Staff

Updated: 5:30 p.m., 12/20


Clintonville 61

Luxemburg-Casco 41

Clintonville picked up a North Eastern Conference victory over Luxemburg-Casco on Thursday in Clintonville.

Erin Viergutz scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Clintonville on the court. Selina Torrez contributed 12 points, while Jordan Lehman had 10 and Elly Arndt nine.

"I thought our defense played pretty good tonight, and they had to because a lot of our shots weren't going in," said Clintonville coach Nick Yaeger. "We had to grind out a win. It was a very physical game tonight and I'm glad our girls will get a little rest before the next game."

Gresham 49

Bowler 46

Gresham edged Bowler in a Central Wisconsin Conference-North Division clash on Thursday in Bowler.

Hannah Cerveny scored 15 points, 11 of which came at the free throw line, to lead Gresham. Destiny Reindl and Makayla Belongia added 11 points each. Kaylee Bohm chipped in seven points.

Kayla Pecore tallied 13 points for Bowler, while Alyssa Strassburg and Brooke Thiex added 10 points each.


Shawano 48

Green Bay United 19

Shawano took down Green Bay United in a Bay Conference dual on Thursday in Green Bay.

Carter Schmidt (145), Ben Carroll (152) and Gage Timm (160) won by pin for Shawano. Hayden Stange (132) and Quardell Littleowl (182) earned decision wins for the Hawks, while Andrew Popp (170), Keith Tourtillott (220), Nick Kohn (285) and Brady Stomberg (106) all won by forfeit.

"We wrestled well at some weights, but we have a good amount of work to do," said Shawano coach Mike Homan. "Hayden Stange wrestled a good match at 132 and came away with 10-5 decision. He has been working on the basics this week and that paid off tonight in his match. Quardell Littleowl was down 5-0 in his match but he continued to work his way back into the match. He eventually chipped away until the third period, when he took the lead with a takedown and won it 7-6."

Bonduel 66

Tri-County 6

Bonduel dominated an undermanned Tri-County team in a CWC dual on Thursday in Plainfield.

Tyson Bogacz (120), Jayson Toellner (132), Jakob Froemming (152) and Tristan Tomashek (182) all won by pin for Bonduel.

Cooper Salerno (113), Luis Lagunes (126), Max Sokolski (145), Moises Lagunes (160), Kaden Bergsbaken (170), Isaac Banker (195) and Alex Garside (220) all won by forfeit for the Bears.

Wittenberg-Birnamwood 81

Menominee Indian 0

Wittenberg-Birnamwood earned 10 pins while blanking Menominee Indian in a CWC dual on Thursday in Wittenberg.

Pierson Potrykus (113), Dakotah Olson (120), Chad Moegenburg (126), Max Kersten (138), Wyatt Esker (152), Will Urquhart (160), Kyle Linke (182), David Gauderman (195), Mark LaBarge (220) and Allen Uttecht (285) earned the pins for Witt-Birn.

Austin Worzalla (132) won by technical fall, while Bryce Zoromski (145) won a major decision. Damien Wudtke (106) and Larken Betry (170) picked up forfeit wins.


Wittenberg-Birnamwood 54

Pacelli 53

Cole Schairer knocked down a clutch free throw to lift Wittenberg-Birnamwood to a thrilling CWC crossover win over Pacelli on Thursday in Stevens Point.

Austin Gibson paced Witt-Birn with 20 points, while Logan Balliett added 14 and Brendan Resch 10.

Witt-Birn led 34-24 at halftime before Pacelli rallied and tied the game with about four seconds to play.

Manawa 68

Gresham 63

Gresham was outscored 33-16 in the second half of a CWC-North road loss to Manawa on Thursday.

Lukas Pecore hit five 3-pointers and scored 20 points to lead Gresham. Will Jensen tallied 16 points, while Belasaire Vele had 14 and Raven Bennett nine.

Pecore also grabbed a team-leading eight rebounds, while Jensen had seven boards and three assists. Vele finished with three assists and four steals.

Shiocton 65

Bonduel 51

Bonduel was unable to hold a three-point halftime lead in a CWC-East loss to Shiocton on Thursday in Bonduel.

Carson Robaidek scored 10 points to pace Bonduel, while Justin Bahr contributed nine points. Cole Letter chipped in eight points.

Shiocton outscored Bonduel 42-25 in the second half.