High School Highlights (Feb. 2)

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NEW Media Staff

WRESTLING

Shawano 64

Xavier 13

Shawano topped Xavier in a Bay Conference dual on Feb. 2 in Appleton to claim the conference title for a fifth straight year.

Wahkeenyah Waukau (220), Brady Jones (285), Kody Popelka (132), Drake Herm (138) and Caden Young (170) all won by pin for Shawano. Alex Montour (126) picked up a 16-8 major decision win.

Dane Hodkiewicz (106), Dylan Gartner (113), Onna Hermann (120), Carsen Herm (152) and Drew Chelberg (160) all won by forfeit for Shawano.

"The whole team has made great strides this season and gets better every week," said Shawano coach Mike Homan. "The coaching staff is very proud of their hard work. We have more improvements to make as we prepare for regionals next weekend."

BOYS HOCKEY

Antigo 13

Chequamegon 0

Antigo eased to a nonconference win over Chequamegon on Feb. 2 in Antigo.

Wittenberg-Birnamwood's Owen Dickman scored three goals and also had two assists for Antigo.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Menominee Indian 61

Amherst 57

Menominee Indian held off Amherst in a Central Wisconsin Conference-East Division clash on Feb. 2 in Amherst.

Mariah Fish hit four 3-pointers and scored 26 points to lead Menominee Indian offensively. Kaysha Wilber added 19 points, while Emma Komanekin chipped in eight points.

Ashlee Corn grabbed a team-leading six rebounds for the Eagles. Ayanna Smith dished out four assists, while Wilber had three.

Bonduel 53

Shiocton 47

Bonduel kept control of the CWC-East lead with a tight win over Shiocton on Feb. 2 in Shiocton.

Ella Hischke scored 15 points to pace Bonduel, while Hailee Thompson and Hailey Zernicke chipped in nine points each.

Zernicke also grabbed six rebounds for the Bears. Audrey Weier tallied five steals and three assists.

Witt-Birn 68

Manawa 38

Witt-Birn had four players score in double figures during a lopsided CWC-East win over Manawa on Feb. 2 in Manawa.

Reese Rogowski totaled 21 points, seven steals and three assists to lead Witt-Birn. Rory Salvesen added 20 points, 10 boards and three steals.

Faith Resch recorded 13 points and three steals for the Chargers, while Melaina Granquist had 12 points and 13 rebounds. Allison Linke grabbed eight rebounds.

Gresham 60

Bowler 37

Gresham eased to a CWC-North win over Bowler on Feb. 2 in Gresham.

Maddie Haffner knocked down three 3-pointers and scored 19 points for Gresham. Josie Cerveny added 14 points, making nine free throws.

Lexi Baddmoccosin-Barnes chipped in eight points for the Wildcats, while Jessa Jensen had seven points.

Isabella Stevens tallied 13 points to lead Bowler. Paige Treptow chipped in eight points, while Natalie Rickert had six.

Niagara 59

Gillett 29

Gillett dropped a Marinette & Oconto Conference game to Niagara on Feb. 2 in Niagara.

Lily Hansen hit four 3-pointers and scored 12 points for Gillett. Cilena Guns chipped in 10 points.

Northland Lutheran 66

Tigerton 17

Tigerton fell to Northland Lutheran in a CWC-North clash on Feb. 2 in Tigerton.

Angel Welch and Lillian Welch led Tigerton, scoring 10 and nine points, respectively.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Gillett 57

Lena 39

Gillett knocked off Lena in an M&O matchup on Feb. 2 in Gillett.

Jesse DeBauch scored 18 points to lead Gillett offensively. Austin VandeCorput added 15 points.

Ben Matzcak scored seven points for the Tigers, while Brandon DeBauch had six.

Reed Hosking led Lena with 15 points. Anthony Seefeldt tallied 11 points, while Mason Spice had seven.

Shawano 84

Green Bay West 54

Shawano rolled to a Bay Conference win over Green Bay West on Feb. 2 in Shawano.

Jacob Landon led a quartet of Shawano players in double figures with 22 points.

Michael Metcalf-Grassman tallied 16 points for the Hawks, while Brandon Reed had 15. Logan Sipple chipped in 12 points.

Waupaca 75

Oconto Falls 67

Oconto Falls wasn't able to finish off a comeback attempt in a North Eastern Conference game against Waupaca on Feb. 2 in Oconto Falls.

Caden Birr hit four 3-pointers and led Oconto Falls with 19 points. Alex Haines tallied 14 points.

Carter Hill chipped in 13 points for the Panthers, while Braden Vandermoss had 11. Jameson Beaman recorded six points.