High School Highlights (Feb. 21)

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NEW Media Staff

UPDATED: Feb. 22, 1:15 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Oconto Falls 47

Little Chute 27

Seventh-seeded Oconto Falls knocked off 10th-seeded Little Chute in a Division 3 regional quarterfinal playoff game on Feb. 21 in Oconto Falls.

Ashlyn Allen hit three 3-pointers and scored nine points for Oconto Falls. Kyndra Staidl tallied eight points, while Bailee Gorman had seven and Kati Raddatz and Amber Otto six each.

The Panthers advance to face No. 2 Wrightstown on Feb. 24 for a regional semifinal in Wrightstown.

Suring 54

Bowler 34

Seventh-seeded Suring topped 10th-seeded Bowler in a Division 5 regional quarterfinal postseason matchup on Feb. 21 in Suring.

The Eagles will head to No. 2 Sevastopol for a regional semifinal on Feb. 24.

Lena wins by forfeit

Third-seeded Lena earned a forfeit win over 14th-seeded St. Thomas Aquinas Academy in a Division 5 regional quarterfinal game that was scheduled for Feb. 21 in Lena.

Lena will host sixth-seeded Florence in a regional semifinal at 7 p.m. Feb. 24.

Wausaukee 46

Gillett 43

Eighth-seeded Gillett fell to ninth-seeded Wausaukee in a Division 5 regional quarterfinal on Feb. 21 in Gillett.

Carleigh Kaczmarek hit four 3-pointers to tally 12 points for Gillett. Cilena Guns also scored 12 points.

Lily Hansen hit three triples and scored 11 points for the Tigers.

Newman Catholic 69

Gresham 52

Tenth-seeded Gresham had its season come to a close after losing to seventh-seeded Newman Catholic in a Division 5 regional quarterfinal playoff contest on Feb. 21 in Wausau.

Newman Catholic will head to No. 2 Edgar for a regional semifinal on Feb. 24.

Kewaunee 59

Menominee Indian 56 (OT)

Seventh-seeded Menominee Indian lost in overtime to 10th-seeded Kewaunee during a Division 4 regional quarterfinal contest on Feb. 21 in Keshena.

Kewaunee and No. 2 Coleman will face in a regional semifinal on Feb. 24.

Ashwaubenon 53

Pulaski 43

Tenth-seeded Pulaski wasn’t able to pull off an upset against No. 7 Ashwaubenon in a Division 2 regional quarterfinal clash on Feb. 21 in Ashwaubenon.

Ashwaubenon will battle No. 2 Fox Valley Lutheran in a regional semifinal on Feb. 24.

Edgar 89

Tigerton 16

Tigerton, a No. 15 seed, lost to second-seeded Edgar in a Division 5 regional quarterfinal matchup on Feb. 21 in Edgar.

Lillian Welch scored five points and grabbed five rebounds for the Tigers. Abby Swartz chipped in four points.

Oakfield 78

Marion 13

Marion, a No. 15 seed, fell to No. 2 Oakfield in a Division 5 regional quarterfinal game on Feb. 21 in Oakfield.

Oakfield advances and will host seventh-seeded Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah in the next round on Feb. 24.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Bay Area 2

Fox Cities 1

The top-seeded Bay Area Ice Bears edged fifth-seeded Fox Cities in a sectional semifinal contest on Feb. 21 in Ashwaubenon.

Bay Area, which has several Pulaski girls on the roster, will take on the third-seeded University School co-op in a sectional final at 1 p.m. Feb. 25 in Fond du Lac.

Hayward co-op 4

Central Wisconsin 2

The second-seeded Central Wisconsin Storm were doubled up by the third-seeded Hayward co-op in a sectional semifinal game on Feb. 21 in Schofield.

Central Wisconsin, which has Wittenberg-Birnamwood’s Marli Novy on the roster, caps the season with a 20-4 overall record.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Shawano 65

Merrill 42

Shawano eased past Merrill in a nonconference clash on Feb. 21 in Merrill.

Michael Metcalf-Grassman led a balanced Shawano offensive attack with 19 points. Brandon Reed tallied 17 points.

Jacob Landon tallied 14 points for the Hawks, while Logan Sipple chipped in 10.

Niagara 63

Lena 31

Lena fell to Niagara in a Marinette & Oconto Conference matchup on Feb. 21 in Niagara.

Logan Graef scored nine points for Lena, while Wyatt Dean had eight.

Tigerton 72

Tri-County 24

Tigerton rolled to a Central Wisconsin Conference crossover win over Tri-Country on Feb. 21 in Plainfield.

Asher Michaelis led a balanced Tigerton attack with 12 points. Joey Zimdars, Colby Wanta and Maverick Maas each scored 11 points, while Loghan Wanta had 10 and Ryder Graham eight.

Michaelis also had nine rebounds and five steals. Graham contributed eight boards and five assists, while Loghan Wanta had eight rebounds and four steals.