High School Highlights (Feb. 9)

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NEW Media Staff

BOYS BASKETBALL

Tigerton 30

WVL 25

Tigerton earned a low-scoring Central Wisconsin Conference-North Division win over Wisconsin Valley Lutheran on Feb. 9 in Tigerton.

Sam Anheuser and Ryder Graham each scored eight points for Tigerton. Graham also had nine rebounds and four assists, while Anheuser had three steals.

Asher Michaelis posted seven points, eight rebounds and three steals for the Tigers. Colby Wanta finished with five steals, while Joey Zimdars dished out three assists.

Bonduel 62

Manawa 51

Bonduel knocked off Manawa in a CWC-East clash on Feb. 9 in Manawa.

Colin Margelofsky hit five 3-pointers and led Bonduel with 18 points. Ryan Westrich added 17 points.

Noah Weier tallied 10 points for the Bears, while Cade Johnson had nine.

Oneida Nation 59

Lena 43

Lena came up short in a Marinette & Oconto Conference game against Oneida Nation on Feb. 9 in Lena.

Reed Hosking scored 16 points to pace Lena offensively.

Caleb Schlosser added 10 points, while Anthony Seefeldt and Logan Graef chipped in six points each.

Clintonville 73

Oconto Falls 32

Oconto Falls dropped a North Eastern Conference game to Clintonville on Feb. 9 in Clintonville.

Caden Birr led Oconto Falls with 12 points.

Northland Lutheran 55

Bowler 53

A late Bowler comeback was thwarted by a last-second 3-pointer from Northland Lutheran in an entertaining CWC-North battle on Feb. 9 in Bowler.

Emmitt Kietlinski scored 20 points for Bowler, while Beau Brunner made three 3-pointers and scored 19 points.

Tristan Thiex recorded 10 points for the Panthers.

BOYS HOCKEY

Pacelli 11

Antigo 7

Antigo dropped a high-scoring nonconference matchup to Pacelli on Feb. 9 in Stevens Point.

Wittenberg-Birnamwood's Owen Dickman turned in another big game for Antigo, tallying one goal and four assists.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Niagara 56

Suring 42

Suring fell to Niagara in an M&O contest on Feb. 9 in Niagara.

Christine Sleeter led Suring in scoring with 12 points. Mackenzie Bailey added 11 points, while Emma Kristof had nine.