High School Highlights (Jan. 27)

NEW Media Staff

UPDATED: Jan. 30, 9 a.m.


Witt-Birn 55

Iola-Scandinavia 38

Wittenberg-Birnamwood avenged a loss from earlier this winter by taking down Iola-Scandinavia in a Central Wisconsin Conference-East Division contest on Jan. 27 in Wittenberg.

Rory Salvesen tallied 18 points and three steals for Witt-Birn, while Faith Resch had 14 points. Melaina Granquist had eight points and 12 rebounds.

Reese Rogowski added 12 points and three assists for the Chargers. Rogowski also became Witt-Birn's all-time leading scorer, passing Cassie Bauch's previous mark of 1,154 points.

Bonduel 70

Amherst 33

Bonduel dominated the second half to cruise to a CWC-East win over Amherst on Jan. 27 in Amherst. Bonduel outscored the hosts 38-13 in the second half.

Ella Hischke and Hailey Zernicke each scored 23 points for Bonduel. Zernicke also grabbed eight boards and blocked five shots.

Hailey Thompson contributed five assists and three steals for the Bears. Audrey Weier blocked five shots.

Gresham 50

Marion 24

Gresham eased to a CWC-North win over Marion on Jan. 27 in Marion. Gresham led 24-4 by halftime.

Maddie Haffner led Gresham offensively with 14 points. Janay Pecore-Kirkland added nine points, while Rylie Kakwitch and Lexi Baddmoccosin-Barnes had eight each and Josie Cerveny tallied six.

Grace Bradley scored 10 points to lead Marion.

Goodman/Pembine 31

Tigerton 25

Tigerton came up short in a nonconference game against Goodman/Pembine on Jan. 27 in Goodman.

Abby Swartz totaled nine points and 12 rebounds for Tigerton. Isabell Zychowicz chipped in six points.

Manawa 57

Menominee Indian 53

Menominee Indian dropped a tight CWC-East clash to Manawa on Jan. 27 in Keshena.

Kaysha Wilber tallied 24 points to pace Menominee Indian. Mariah Fish added 12 points.

Emma Komanekin chipped in seven points for the Eagles, while Ayanna Smith had six.


Gillett 73


Gillett picked up a Marinette & Oconto Conference win over St. Thomas Aquinas Academy on Jan. 27 in Marinette.

Austin VandeCorput led Gillett in scoring with 22 points after making 10 field goals. Jesse DeBauch hit nine shots and scored 20 points.

Tyler Frank converted eight shots and a free throw to contribute 17 points.

Witt-Birn 60

Iola-Scandinavia 40

Witt-Birn outscored Iola-Scandinavia 35-17 in the second half to claim a CWC-East matchup on Jan. 27 in Iola.

Michael Miller knocked down three 3-pointers and scored 17 points for Witt-Birn. Mason Meverden tallied 16 points.

Oliver Fraaza chipped in 11 points for the Chargers.

Oconto Falls 65

Marinette 57

Oconto Falls defeated Marinette in a North Eastern Conference clash on Jan. 27 in Oconto Falls.

Caden Birr scored 23 points to lead Oconto Falls offensively and help the team to its third conference win.

Tigerton 69

White Lake 32

Tigerton rolled to a CWC-North win over White Lake on Jan. 27 in White Lake.

Ryder Graham tallied 28 points, six rebounds and three steals for Tigerton, while Asher Michaelis had 14 points, eight boards, seven assists and four steals.

Maverick Maas contributed 11 points for the Tigers. Loghan Wanta totaled seven points and six rebounds, while Colby Wanta had five assists and four steals.

Amherst 66

Bonduel 62

Bonduel couldn't hold a three-point halftime lead in a CWC-East setback to Amherst on Jan. 27 in Bonduel.

Noah Weier scored 24 points for Bonduel, making seven field goals and eight free throws. Cade Johnson added 11 points.

Colin Margelofsky made three 3-pointers to tally nine points. Ryan Westrich also scored nine points, while Charlie Tauchen had seven.

West De Pere 65

Shawano 59

Shawano couldn't hold on to a second-half lead in a Bay Conference battle with West De Pere on Jan. 27 in De Pere.

Michael Metcalf-Grassman made three 3-pointers, 10 total field goals and seven free throws to record a 30-point game.

Brandon Reed also hit three 3-pointers and scored 13 points for the Hawks. Logan Sipple had eight points.


Waupun 5

Antigo 1

Antigo dropped a nonconference matchup to Waupun on Jan. 27 in Waupun.

Witt-Birn's Owen Dickman scored Antigo's lone goal in the contest.