High School Highlights (Jan. 30)

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NEW Media Staff

BOYS BASKETBALL

Lena 71

White Lake 53

Lena picked up a nonconference win over White Lake on Jan. 30 in Lena.

Reed Hosking led Lena offensively, hitting five 3-pointers and scoring 27 points.

Logan Graef added 16 points for the Wildcats, while Mason Spice had 13. Caleb Schlosser added seven points, while Anthony Seefeldt chipped in six.

Gillett 76

Goodman/Pembine 57

Gillett earned a nonconference road win over Goodman/Pembine on Jan. 30 in Pembine.

Jesse DeBauch scored 22 points to pace Gillett offensively.

Austin VandeCorput added 17 points for the Tigers, while Ben Matczak had 15. Tyler Frank and Aydin Franti chipped in 10 and six points, respectively.

Coleman 78

Oconto Falls 53

Oconto Falls fell in a nonconference matchup with Coleman on Jan. 30 in Coleman.

Alex Haines tallied 15 points for Oconto Falls, while Caden Birr had three 3-pointers and 12 points.

Braden Vandermoss contributed 10 points for the Panthers.

Bonduel 64

Green Bay West 42

Bonduel topped Green Bay West in a nonconference clash on Jan. 30 in Bonduel.

Ryan Westrich scored 19 points and grabbed 16 rebounds for Bonduel.

Sam Roberts and Charlie Tauchen tallied eight points each for the Bears. Race Anvelink had seven points, while Noah Weier had six.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Tigerton 30

Stockbridge 29

Tigerton edged Stockbridge in a nonconference matchup on Jan. 30 in Tigerton. The win was the first for Tigerton this winter.

Tigerton was fouled on a 3-pointer as time expired, with Stockbridge also being assessed a technical foul after the play. The Tigers missed all three of the free throws for the 3-pointer, but Angel Welch hit the first technical free throw to win the game.

Abby Swartz tallied eight points and 15 rebounds for Tigerton, while Lillian Welch had seven points and 10 rebounds. Angel Welch finished with seven points.

Crandon 42

Witt-Birn 34

Wittenberg-Birnamwood lost a nonconference battle to Crandon on Jan. 30 in Wittenberg.

Melaina Granquist totaled 18 points to lead Witt-Birn offensively. Reese Rogowski added 15 points, while also tallying seven rebounds, three steals and three blocks.

Allison Linke scored Witt-Birn's only other point, and also had three assists.