Here are Friday's high school sports results for the Appleton area

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

HORTONVILLE 62, KAUKAUNA 51

KAUKAUNA - The Polar Bears outscored the Ghosts by 15 points in the second half to pull away for the victory.

Kamy Peppler scored 19 points to lead Hortonville. MiKayla Werner added 11 points and Rainey Welson scored 10.

Kaukauna was led by Alexa Kinas with 18 points. Taryn Christopher and Aspen Novy both added 11 points.

Hortonville 24 38 - 62

Kaukauna 28 23 - 51

Hortonville: Welson 10, Maggie Werner 8, MiKayla Werner 11, Johnson 4, Mocadlo 7, Kallie Peppler 3, Kamy Peppler 19. 3-pt: Welson 2, Mocadlo, Kallie Peppler, Kamy Peppler. FT: 13-17. Fouls: 16.

Kaukauna: Christopher 11, Robinson 2, Kinas 18, Baumgart 5, Lamers 1, Novy 11, Zarneke 3. 3-pt: Novy 3, Christopher, Baumgart. FT: 6-10. Fouls: 17.

APPLETON EAST 84, FOND DU LAC 38

FOND DU LAC - The Patriots scored 50 points in the first half and cruised to the Fox Valley Association win over the Cardinals.

Emily La Chapell scored 17 points to lead the Patriots. Lindsey Gerard had 16 points, Lily Hansford scored 15 and Sammi Beyer had 11.

Fond du Lac was led by Brooklyn Wood with 14 points.

Appleton East 50 34 - 84

Fond du Lac 23 15 - 38

Appleton East: Hansford 15, Beyer 11, Rettler 6, La Chapell 17, Gronert 2, Gerard 16, T. Neubauer 3, Krizizke 3, J. Neubauer 6, Lowry 5. 3-pt: Hansford 3, Rettler 2, La Chapell 2, Gerard 2, Beyer, T. Neubauer, Krizizke, Lowry. FT: 5-8. Fouls: 17.

Fond du Lac: Langille 4, Wallendal 3, Wood 14, Zimmerman 6, Zangl 7, Butler 4. 3-pt: Wood 2, Zimmerman, Zangl. FT: 12-23. Fouls: 9.

NEENAH 64, OSHKOSH WEST 41

NEENAH - Allie Ziebell scored 33 points to lead the Rockets past the Wildcats.

Paige Werner added 14 points and Ava Kok scored 10 for Neenah.

Oshkosh West was led by Paige Seckar with 20 points.

Oshkosh West 14 27 - 41

Neenah 30 34 - 64

Oshkosh West: Gehri 7, Seckar 20, Best 5, Jodarski 4, Pickert 3, Posanski 2. 3-pt: Seckar, Best, Pickert. FT: 5-9. Fouls: 15.

Neenah: Ziebell 33, Roth 1, A. Kok 10, Werner 14, Soderberg 2, Jones 4. 3-pt: Ziebell 3, Werner 3, A. Kok. FT: 13-19. Fouls: 12.

ST. MARY CATHOLIC 79, RANDOM LAKE 49

FOX CROSSING - Lily Griffith scored all of her team-leading 16 points in the first half of the Zephyrs’ win over the Rams.

Sienna Anderson and Chloe Vogel added 13 and 10 points, respectively, for St. Mary Catholic.

Courtney Rathke and Abby Borchardt scored 13 and 12 points, respectively, to lead Random Lake.

Random Lake 19 30 - 49

St. Mary Catholic 49 30 - 79

Random Lake: Yanke 4, Borchardt 12, Harter 1, Noll 3, Rathke 13, Theis 7, Van Horn 9. 3-pt: Borchardt, Rathke, Theis. FT: 14-22. Fouls: 11.

St. Mary Catholic: Griffith 16, C. Vogel 10, Anderson 13, E. Vogel 4, Ripley 3, A. Norville 4, G. Norville 7, Vosters 9, Voss 2, Springer 2, Brenn 2, Nackers 7. 3-pt: Griffith 4, Anderson 3, Ripley. FT: 7-17. Fouls: 14.

HILBERT 53, ELKHART LAKE-GLENBEULAH 27

ELKHART LAKE - The Wolves broke open their game with the Resorters in the second half by outscoring them by 21 points.

Laney Halbach led Hilbert with 13 points. Emmery Wiese and Meghan Propson added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Kat Miller led Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah with 11 points.

Hilbert 21 32 - 53

Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 16 11 - 27

Hilbert: Breckheimer 4, Propson 10, Halbach 13, Raymond 1, Diedrich 9, Sheets 2, Wiese 11, Woelfel 3. 3-pt: Propson, Halbach, Diedrich 2, Wiese 2. FT: 9-16. Fouls: 14.

Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah: Feldmann 6, K. Miller 11, L. Miller 4, Klapperich 2, Bunke 2, Conrad 2. 3-pt: Feldmann. FT: 4-9. Fouls: 16.

BRILLION 45, SHEBOYGAN FALLS 33

BRILLION - The Lions got off to a fast start, making good shots in the first half and playing good defense in the win over the Falcons.

Megan Schuman scored 20 points to lead Brillion.

Addison Schlieve led Sheboygan Falls with 16 points.

Sheboygan Falls 13 20 - 33

Brillion 30 15 - 45

Sheboygan Falls: Scheibl 6, Luecke 2, Schlieve 16, Houwers 3, Krist 2, Mortensen 4. 3-pt: None. FT: 7-9. Fouls: 12.

Brillion: Emmer 5, Schuman 20, Dietrich 6, Schuh 2, Williams 6, Foytik 2, Shimek 4. 3-pt: Emmer, Williams, Dietrich 2. FT: 9-13. Fouls: 9.

CHILTON 47, TWO RIVERS 38

TWO RIVERS - Olivia Hoerl scored 20 points and passed Michelle Piepenburg as the program’s all-time leading scorer to lead the Tigers to the victory.

Adahlyn Hoerl added 12 points for Chilton.

Two Rivers was led by Allyson Kakes with 15 points and Mackenzie Graff with 14 points.

Two Rivers 16 22 - 38

Chilton 20 27 - 47

Two Rivers: Kakes 15, Cortte 2, Dellemann 7, Graff 14. 3-pt: Graff, Delleman. FT: 12-18. Fouls: 16.

Chilton: Propson 3, A. Hoerl 12, O. Hoerl 20, Mueller 1, Zahn 6, Davis 5. 3-pt: A. Hoerl, O. Hoerl, Zahn 2. FT: 8-19. Fouls: 16.

BOYS BASKETBALL

XAVIER 64, WEST DE PERE 60

APPLETON - Carson Hehli scored 20 points and Alex Sherwood added 15 to lead the Hawks to the victory.

West De Pere was led by Danny Campbell with 16 points. Ethan Heck and Andrew Baumgart scored 13 points each.

West De Pere 21 39 - 60

Xavier 27 37 - 64

West De Pere: Hannula 3, Campbell 16, Walder 4, Heck 13, Heikkila 9, Deschane 2, Baumgart 13. 3-pt: Heck 3, Campbell, Heikkila, Baumgart. FT: 6-13.

Xavier: Hehli 20, Pfefferle 5, Twombly 2, Brightman 4, Sherwood 15, Miller 9, Peters 9. 3-pt: Hehli 2, Miller 2, Peters, Pfefferle. FT: 20-27.

MENASHA 75, NEW LONDON 46

MENASHA - The Bluejays, with Jalen Womack and Jaxson Dillon combining for 57 points, moved above the .500 mark on the season at 9-8 with the big win.

Womack led Menasha with 32 points. Dillon added 25.

New London was led by Kyle Wisniewski and Keagan Reybrock with 17 and 11 points, respectively.

New London 22 24 - 46

Menasha 34 41 - 75

New London: Reybrock 11, Wisniewski 17, Krause 3, Oberstadt 2, Fields 5, Fehrman 5, Schleuter 3. 3-pt: Reybrock 3, Fields, Fehrman, Schleuter. FT: 4-7. Fouls: 14.

Menasha: Dillon 25, Yonker 3, Womack 32, Jones 2, Sexton 2, Zielinski 2, Bauer Shimek 7, Buckner 2. 3-pt: Dillon 5, Yonker, Womack 2, Bauer Shimek. FT:14-16. Fouls: 13.

FOX VALLEY LUTHERAN 57, FREEDOM 51

FREEDOM - Josiah Butler scored 31 points, including 23 in the second half, to lead the Foxes to the win over the Irish.

Jackson Papendorf added 13 points for Fox Valley Lutheran. All his points came in the first half.

Freedom was led by Ashton Peterson with 14 points. Blake Kortz added 13.

Fox Valley Lutheran 21 36 - 57

Freedom 26 25 - 51

Fox Valley Lutheran: Mears 3, Kroll 6, Butler 31, Papendorf 13, Loberger 4. 3-pt: Mears, Kroll 2, Butler 3, Papendorf 3. FT: 12-15. Fouls: 18.

Freedom: Kortz 13, Midbon 9, VanCalster 8, Moser 7, Peterson 14. 3-pt: Kortz, Midbon, VanCalster, Peterson 4. FT: 6-13. Fouls: 16.

WRIGHTSTOWN 53, MARINETTE 38

WRIGHTSTOWN - The Tigers ended the game with a 33-10 scoring run to pull away for the victory.

Wrightstown was led by Jake Van Zeeland with 15 points. Keegan Spees added 14 points and Jack Hermann scored 12.

Marinette was led by Carson Erdman with 10 points.

Marinette 11 27 - 38

Wrightstown 16 37 - 53

Marinette: S. Sommerfeldt 3, J. Sommerfeldt 9, Polomis 8, Cegelski 3, Smerchek 2, Erdman 10, Ducane 3. 3-pt: J. Sommerfeldt 2, Erdman 2, Ducane, S. Sommerfeldt. FT: 2-11. Fouls: 23.

Wrightstown: Edinger 6, Hermann 12, Riha 1, Cavanaugh 3, Van Zeeland 15, Spees 14, Lewandowski 2. 3-pt: Spees 2. FT: 17-25. Fouls: 15.

LITTLE CHUTE 70, OCONTO FALLS 50

OCONTO FALLS - The Mustangs outscored the Panthers by 10 points in each half in the victory.

Hunter Thiel led Little Chute with 18 points. Kade VanAsten added 12, Jacob Weigman scored 11 and Drew Joten had 10.

Oconto Falls was led by Caden Birr with 15 points.

Little Chute 35 35 - 70

Oconto Falls 25 25 - 50

Little Chute: Engle 5, Kerrigan 4, Weigman 11, Dercks 2, Joten 10, VanAsten 12, Maronek 4, Thiel 18, VandenBurgt 2, Buchholz 2. 3-pt: VanAsten 2, Weigman 2, Engle. FT: 15-19. Fouls: 19.

Oconto Falls: Sager 8, Seymour 2, Vandermoss 5, Hirst 2, Raddatz 7, Vorpahl 2, Birr 15, Hill 9. 3-pt: Birr 3, Vandermoss, Raddatz, Hill. FT: 12-14. Fouls: 17.

Varsity high school coaches or their statisticians should email results to sports@gannettwisconsin.com.

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