High School Highlights - Jan. 16

NEW Media Staff

Updated: 4:30 p.m., 1/17


Wittenberg-Birnamwood 39

Bonduel 36

Wittenberg-Birnamwood took control of the Central Wisconsin Conference with a tight dual win over Bonduel on Thursday in Wittenberg. Both team held perfect conference dual records coming into the match.

Will Urquhart (160) earned a 4-0 decision win to seal up Witt-Birn’s win. Damien Wudtke (106), Pierson Potrykus (113), Austin Worzalla (126), Chad Moegenburg (132), Wyatt Esker (152) and Allen Uttecht (285) all won by forfeit.

Tyson Bogacz (120), Tristan Tomashek (170) and Kaden Bergsbaken (182) all won by pin for Bonduel. Jayson Toellner (138) and Isaac Banker (195) earned decision wins, while Max Sokolski (145) and Alex Garside (220) won by forfeit.

Shawano 55

New London 24

Shawano remained perfect in Bay Conference duals after taking down New London on Thursday in Shawano.

Andrew Popp (182), Gage Timm (170) and Colten Herm (145) all picked up wins by pin for Shawano. Keith Tourtillott (220) earned his team six points after his opponent couldn't finish the match because of an injury.

Carter Schmidt (152) won by major decision for the Hawks, while Noah Jones (138) won by decision. Nick Kohn (285), Ben Carroll (160), Wyatt Brandt (120) and Connor Majewski (126) all picked up forfeit wins.

Menominee Indian 37

Rosholt 36

Menominee Indian picked up a CWC road win over Rosholt by tiebreaker on Thursday.

Tate Zhuckkohosee (132) earned Menominee Indian's lone pin on the night.

Gregory Turney (138), Calvin Waukau (145), Kanewin Dickenson (220), Asenex Turney (285) and Chad Reiter-Wilber (120) all won by forfeit for the Eagles.

Both teams won six weight classes and both teams had the same amount of pins/defaults/forfeits/disqualifications (6), so Menominee Indian was awarded the win for having the most forfeit wins.


Bonduel 59

Menominee Indian 48

Bonduel used a balanced scoring attack to take down Menominee Indian in a Central Wisconsin Conference-East Division matchup on Thursday in Keshena.

Kara Troxel totaled 19 points, six steals and five assists to lead Bonduel, while Allaina Robaidek had 15 points. Breanna Schnell contributed 10 points and 10 rebounds.

"We continue to have a balanced attack offensively which has been contributing to our success," said Bonduel coach Jerry Reinke.

Mimi Beaulieu-Morgan led Menominee Indian with 16 points, while Alyssa Corn added 13.

Wrightstown 82

Clintonville 49

Clintonville dropped a North Eastern Conference clash to Wrightstown on Thursday in Wrightstown.

Erin Viergutz tallied 15 points, while Elly Arndt added 13 for Clintonville.

Viergutz also grabbed nine rebounds, while Arndt had seven. Abby King finished with three assists.

"Even though the score says what it is, I'm very proud of the effort the girls gave tonight," said Clintonville coach Nick Yaeger. "We got down 13-0 right away and we kept battling. Wrightstown is a very good team that will make you pay for turnovers and mistakes."


Gresham 73

Northland Lutheran 61

Gresham outscored Northland Lutheran 42-33 in the second half to pick up a CWC-North victory on Thursday in Gresham,

Lukas Pecore led the charge for Gresham on offense, hitting eight shots from the floor to tally 23 points. Will Jensen and Jake Hoffman each added 13 points, while Belasaire Vele had eight.

Pecore also had 13 rebounds and four assists, while Hoffman grabbed 11 rebounds. Vele dished out four assists

Shiocton 92

Wittenberg-Birnamwood 65

Wittenberg-Birnamwood couldn't keep pace with Shiocton in a CWC-East matchup on Thursday in Shiocton.

Brendan Resch hit six 3-pointers and finished with 20 points to lead Witt-Birn. Austin Gibson and Jack Fraaza chipped in eight points each, while Logan Balliett and Simon Schairer had seven each.

"We got the shots we wanted but our field goal percentage was very low tonight. And on the defensive end, we forced poor shots but they had way to many offensive rebounds and putbacks. They are a tough, veteran team and to beat them you’ve got to play your best," said Witt-Birn coach Garrett Rogowski.