High School Highlights (Jan. 26)

NEW Media Staff


Tigerton 55

Tomahawk 53 (OT)

Tigerton edged Tomahawk in overtime of a nonconference clash on Jan. 26 in Tigerton.

Colby Wanta made 12 free throws and scored 20 points to lead Tigerton on the offensive end.

Ryder Graham recorded 10 points for the Tigers, while Maverick Maas had eight points and seven rebounds.

Loghan Wanta finished with seven boards for Tigerton. Asher Michaelis tallied seven points, six rebounds and three assists.

Green Bay Southwest 79

Pulaski 61

Pulaski dropped a Fox River Classic Conference matchup to Green Bay Southwest on Jan. 26 in Pulaski.

Derek Shaw hit four of Pulaski's 10 3-pointers and led the team in scoring with 19 points.

Brady Wotruba and Ethan Schmidt tallied 12 and 10 points, respectively, for the Red Raiders. Gatlin Robaidek totaled eight points, while Colin Schultz had seven points.


Suring 62

Bowler 41

Suring topped Bowler in a nonconference game on Jan. 26 in Bowler.

Christine Sleeter recorded 25 points, 11 rebounds, six blocks and four steals for Suring. Bunny Cramer added 10 points, eight boards and four assists, while Macie Reed had seven points.

Mackenzie Bailey totaled six points, 14 rebounds, six assists and four steals for the Eagles. Emma Kristof dished out three assists.


Shawano 75

Green Bay United 6

Shawano won all but one weight class during a Bay Conference win over Green Bay United on Jan. 26 in Shawano.

Dane Hodkiewicz (106), Drake Herm (138), Dylan Hodkiewicz (145), Carsen Herm (152), Drew Chelberg (160), Conner Chelberg (182), Mason Theis (195) and Brady Jones (285) all won by pin for Shawano.

Dylan Gartner (113) claimed a 7-3 decision win for the Hawks. Onna Hermann (120), Alex Montour (126), Kody Popelka (132) and Caden Young (170) all won by forfeit.


Shawano tops Medford, falls to Rhinelander

Shawano earned an 82-63 dual win over Medford while falling 124-32 against Rhinelander during a double dual on Jan. 26 in Shawano.

Shawano's 200-yard medley relay team of Braden Barkley, Ben Langlois, Daniel Bergmann and Brady Hannes opened the night with a second-place finish in 2 minutes, 4.31 seconds. Langlois, Jon Jumonville, Baelyan Putz and Tybalt Tousch teamed up for third in the 200 freestyle relay (1:50.8), while Tousch, Jumonville, Barkley and Bergmann were on the third-place finishing 400 freestyle relay (4:19.81).

Placing third individually for the Hawks was Langlois in the 200 IM (2:27.36) and 100 breaststroke (1:13.4), Bergmann in the 100 butterfly (1:08.65), and Putz in the 100 freestyle (1:05.28).

Taking fourth for Shawano was Bergmann in the 200 freestyle (2:13.04), Barkley in the 50 freestyle (25.45) and 100 breaststroke (1:08.83) and Tousch in the 100 freestyle (1:07.35).