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GIRLS BASKETBALL

NOTRE DAME 82, KIMBERLY 54

KIMBERLY - Trista Fayta scored 19 points and Gracie Grzesk added 17 to lead the Tritons to the big win over the Papermakers.

Notre Dame improves to 15-1 overall and is ranked second in Division 2 in the latest Associated Press girls basketball poll.

Kimberly led 16-14 in the first half but the Tritons exploded on a 20-9 run to end the half and carried that moment into the second.

Notre Dame coach Sara Rohde said the Papermakers came out in a zone defense and that confused her team early.

“Typically (Kimberly) plays man-to-man and I haven’t seen them play zone all year,” she said. “That kind of threw us for a loop and the girls needed to adjust a little bit.

“Defensively, I though we forced them into some turnovers with the press and kind of wore them down.”

Sarah Hardwick and Hope Barington scored 14 points apiece with Sydney Whitehouse adding 10. The Tritons connected on nine 3-pointers.

“I think we’re playing well,” Rohde said. “We had a big break at Christmas time ... and now I do feel like we’re picking it up a little bit. And everybody is getting into their role and playing together and I’m happy with how we’re playing.”

Emma Kilpatrick led Kimberly (11-6) with 19 points. MaKenzie Drout added 15.

Notre Dame 36 46 - 82

Kimberly 23 31 - 54

Notre Dame: Barington 14, Hardwick 14, Feyta 19, Whitehouse 10, Musial 8, Grzesk 17. 3-pt: Barington, Fayta 2, Whitehouse 2, Musial 2, Grzesk 2. FT: 5-7. Fouls: 10.

Kimberly: A. Kilpatrick 2, McGinnis 4, Drout 15, Sprangers 8, E. Kilpatrick 19, Krueger 6. 3-pt: Drout 2, Sprangers 2, E. Kilpatrick 2. FT: 12-14. Fouls: 8.

WEST DE PERE 61, MENASHA 57

DE PERE - The Phantoms led by eight points at halftime and held on for the Bay Conference win.

West De Pere was led by Katie Waukau with 19 points and Imani Ninham with 18.

Mara Rieder scored 23 points to lead Menasha. Abbie Bates made five 3-pointers and added 19 points.

The Phantoms improve to 12-6 overall and 7-2 in the Bay. Menasha is 11-8 overall and 5-4 in the Bay.

Menasha 25 32 - 57

West De Pere 33 28 - 61

Menasha: Morrow 2, Yost 2, Olszewski 5, Robinson 2, Rieder 23, Johnson 4, Bates 19. 3-pt: Bates 5. FT: 16-24. Fouls: 16.

West De Pere: Walder 8, Waukau 19, Runke 2, Berggren 6, Kohlbeck 2, Francois 4, Karchinski 2, Ninham 18. 3-pt: Waukau 3, Ninham 4, Berggren 2. FT: 14-21. Fouls: 15.

FREEDOM 76, WRIGHTSTOWN 38

FREEDOM - The Irish outscored the Tigers 39-10 in the second half for the North Eastern Conference win.

Freedom improves to 13-0 in the North Eastern Conference and 18-0 overall.

Sydney Bartels led Freedom with 30 points. Gracie Martzahl and Megan Alexander had 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Wrightstown was led by Kylie Colwell with eight points.

Wrightstown 28 10 - 38

Freedom 37 39 - 76

Wrightstown: Leick 1, Radtke 7, K. Colwell 8, Theunis 5, M. Colwell 2, Kiel 6, Bruecker 4, Durocher 3, Uitenbroek 2. 3-pt: Radtke 2, Kiel. FT: 15-19. Fouls: 14.

Freedom: Jarmolowicz 9, Martzahl 11, Bartels 30, Kriewaldt 4, Cropsey 2, Bork 4, Murphy 6, Alexander 10. 3-pt: Jarmolowicz, Martzahl, Bartels 2, Murphy 2. FT: 13-19. Fouls: 17.

FOX VALLEY LUTHERAN 72, LUXEMBURG-CASCO 30

APPLETON - Emily Jaenke hit five 3-pointers and finished with 23 points in the Foxes’ win over the Spartans.

Alayna Feidt added 13 points for Fox Valley Lutheran, while Lauren Riesop had 10.

Taylor Thiry led Luxemburg-Casco with 14 points.

Luxemburg-Casco 17 13 - 30

Fox Valley Lutheran 38 34 - 72

Luxemburg-Casco: Adams 7, Paye 2, Treml 1, Thiry 14, Wech 2, Hanmann 3, Giese 1. 3-pt: Hanmann. FT: 8-16. Fouls: 9.

Fox Valley Lutheran: Immel 4, Riesop 10, Movrich 3, Pink 4, Charron 2, L. Feidt 8, A. Feidt 13, Loberger 3, Jaenke 23, Ziegler 2. 3-pt: Riesop 2, Movrich, Loberger, Jaenke 5. FT: 11-12. Fouls: 16.

SEYMOUR 58, GREEN BAY EAST 9

GREEN BAY - Andrianna Volz scored 15 points to lead the Thunder to the victory.

Green Bay East: Douangmala 4, Mariner 5.

Seymour: Palubicki 8, Volz 15, Nieland 3, VandeHei 5, Boyd 7, Krause 5, Miller 6, Vera-Cantu 4, Danforth 5.

ONEIDA NATION 58, CRIVITZ 54

ONEIDA - G’oni Thayer scored 25 points to lead Oneida Nation to the victory.

Jaylyn Caldwell added 16 points for Oneida.

Crivitz was led by Cilena Guns with 18 points.

Crivitz 31 23 - 54

Oneida Nation 32 26 - 58

Crivitz: Watson 2, Chilcote 5, Richlen 9, Werner 8, Franzmeir 4, C. Guns 18, N. Guns 4, Sellen 4. 3-pt: None. FT: 6-7. Fouls: 24.

Oneida Nation: King 2, Flores 6, R. Danforth 2, Caldwell 16, Thayer 25, House 7. 3-pt: Thayer 6, Caldwell. FT: 23-33. Fouls: 13.

LENA 43, GILLETT 41

LENA - Eva Brooks scored 18 points and Natalie McNurlen scored 14 to lead Lena to the win.

Gillett was led by Carleigh Kaczmarek with 15 points and Macy Franti with 11.

Gillett 17 24 - 41

Lena 21 22 - 43

Gillett: Herzog 4, Fisher 3, Kaczmarek 15, DeBauch 3, Franti 11, Krueger 5. 3-pt: Kaczmarek 3, DeBauch, Franti, Krueger. FT: 3-4. Fouls: 10.

Lena: McNurlen 14, E. Brooks 18, C. Brooks 4, Potter 4, Rabas 3. 3-pt: McNurlen, Rabas. FT: 5-7. Fouls: 10.

COLEMAN 54, WAUSAUKEE 12

COLEMAN - The Cougars shut down the Rangers, holding them to single-digit scoring in both halves to pick up the win.

Aubry Bintz led Coleman with 11 points. Desiree Nowak added 10.

Rachel Schlies led Wausaukee with seven points.

Wausaukee 5 7 - 12

Coleman 23 31 - 54

Wausaukee: Schlies 7, Truesdell 2, Luccarini 3. FT: 2-6. Fouls: 14.

Coleman: Hanrahan 1, Hoida 6, Nowak 10, Bintz 11, Zeitler 9, Hinther 8, Jensen 9. 3-pt: Hoida 2, Bintz, Hinther, Jensen. FT: 5-11. Fouls: 10.

BOYS BASKETBALL

GIBRALTAR 67, TWO RIVERS 50

TWO RIVERS - The Vikings led by 14 points at halftime in the nonconference victory.

Sam Lindenberg led Gibraltar with 24 points. Jake Schar added 13 points and Trevor Ash scored 12.

Two Rivers was led by Orian Gauger with 18 points and Brady Richards with 13.

Gibraltar 38 29 - 67

Two Rivers 24 26 - 50

Gibraltar: Lindenberg 24, Salm 2, A. Jauregui 8, Schar 13, Ash 12, Friedenfels 8. 3-pt: Lindenberg 3, A. Jauregui, Schar. FT: 8-14. Fouls: 13.

Two Rivers: Gauger 18, Hibbard 3, Richards 13, Popp 5, Mott 5, Gallagher 6. 3-pt: Gauger 4, Gallagher 2, Mott, Popp, Richards, Hibbard. FT: 6-8. Fouls: 15.

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ALGOMA 64, NEWCHAA 48

ALGOMA - The Wolves outscored NEWCHAA by 13 points in the second half to pull away for the win.

Carter Zimmerman made five 3-pointers and scored 29 points for Algoma.

NEWCHAA was led by Jacob McDonald and Benny Erickson with 11 points each.

NEWCHAA 24 24 - 48

Algoma 27 37 - 64

NEWCHAA: Guinter 6, Brautigam 1, Jackson 4, McDonald 11, Stevens 9, Erickson 11, Penzenstadler 6. 3-pt: Guinter 2, Erickson. FT: 3-4. Fouls: 11.

Algoma: Zimmerman 29, Robertson 8, Lischka 4, Vardon 6, Vandervest 6, Zimmer 2, Romdenne 9. 3-pt: Zimmerman 5, Robertson 2, Romdenne. FT: 2-7. Fouls: 13.

WRESTLING

DE PERE 51, MANITOWOC 24

170: Kade Neumann M won by forfeit. 182: Michael Alexander DP won by forfeit. 195: Brennan Kincade DP won by forfeit. 220: Deven Tenor DP pinned Noah Ayotte 1:16. 285: Gryffin Jonas M pinned Ross Rowland 1:30. 106: Brooke Corrigan DP dec. Aythan Thrasher 10-3. 113: Mycah Beckett DP pinned Jackson Bongle :26. 120: Keaden Niemojuski M pinned Malachi Oslund 2:49. 126: Shane Corrigan DP pinned Edison Huck :48. 132: A.B. Campbell DP dec. Oscar Estrada 5-1. 138: Charlie Jossart DP pinned Isaac Moede 4-2. 145: Collin Hansen DP won by forfeit. 152: Easton Becker M pinned Diesel Dekeyser 2:54. 160: Aiden Yedica DP won by forfeit.

MENASHA 51, SEYMOUR 20

170: Cadyn Street M won by forfeit. 182: Lucas Leisgang S pinned Christian Zavala 3:16. 195: Richard Waldburger M won by forfeit. 220: Kaeden Grawvunder M dec. Ian Jones 3-0. 285: Cason Quick M won by forfeit. 106: Nick Jenkins M pinned Taren Schadrie 3:56. 113: Connor Steffens S dec. Jacob Natzke 8-1. 120: CJ Quick M won by forfeit. 126: Patrick Gugala-Reinders M dec. Nicholas Peters 5-4. 132: Mason Bunnell S pinned JJ Zielinski 1:30. 138: Doug Laux M dec. Wyatt Bunnell 5-4. 145: Ryan Tomazevic S won by tech. fall 18-1. 152: James Strauch M pinned Corbin Krueger 1:02. 160: Zander Coenen M pinned Zachary Kemp :48.

BAY PORT 48, ASHWAUBENON 33

120: Peyton Garcia BP pinned Landon Matuszak 1:36. 126: Owen Noel BP pinned Eric Bishop 1:27. 132: Trevor Finger BP pinned Owen Bowers 1:39. 138: Jonah Leisgang A pinned Ethan Farley 3:53. 145: Will Nast BP pinned Carter Bona 3:32. 152: Carter Kallies BP pinned Jerrell Piotrowski 1:31. 160: Ayden Bruckner BP pinned Jackson Schuyler 2:43. 170: Jacob McVane A dec. Chris Vannieuwenhoven 5-4. 182: Easton Hockers A pinned Colton Zipp 4:32. 195: Miles Lasee A pinned Tucker Zenk 1:00. 220: Jack Nielsen A pinned Austin Holston 3:31. 285: Troy Dietzler A pinned Vaughn Campbell :49. 106: Owen Wathkie BP pinned Noah Egandrury 1:15. 113: Landen Heim BP won by forfeit.

PULASKI 74, GREEN BAY PREBLE 6

106: Ashton Kapla P pinned Ariana Bongel :19. 113: Ethan Eggert P won by forfeit. 120: Broc Ambrosius P won by forfeit. 126: Conner Nooyen P pinned Alex Yang. 132: Austin Rybicki P won by forfeit. 138: Cole Gorecki P won by forfeit. 145: Ryan Frewerd P tech. fall over Luke Prokash 15-0. 152: Brady Gille pinned Donavin Wynos 3:08. 160: Tristan Taylor P pinned Anthony Torres 1:42. 170: Chase Woosencraft P dec. Max Nooyen 9-1. 182: Trenton Gibbons P tech. fall over David Torres 16-0. 195: Will Friedman P pinned Alex Godoy 1:56. 220: Mason Wells P pinned Will Stock 1:15. 285: Logan Peterson GBP won by forfeit.

SHAWANO 63, GREEN BAY WEST/EAST/SOUTHWEST 16

145: Carsen Herm S won by forfeit. 152: Noah Jones S pinned Dylan Moureau 2:32. 160: West Bieber S pinned Carter Bankes :14. 170: Caden Young S pinned David Ayala :35. 182: Andrew Popp S won by forfeit. 195: Chase Nuthals W won by forfeit. 220: Jackson Smits S pinned Curtis Downey 2:41. 285: Brady Glysch S dec. Aarion Moore 13-10. 106: Brady Stomberg S won by forfeit. 113: Ashton Lubinski GBWESW won by forfeit. 120: DAndre Mixon GBWESW pinned Alex Montour 1:04. 126: Piper Novitski S won by forfeit. 132: Drake Herm S won by forfeit. 138: Noan Jerde GBWESW major dec. Marcus Koehler 19-6.

WEST DE PERE 60, XAVIER 24

132: Daniel Beaupre WDP won by forfeit. 138: Ryker Crooks WDP pinned Julian Vajda 1:54. 145: Alec Ukkola WDP pinned Quinton Lumsden 1:53. 152: Zac Wotruba WDP pinned Matt Dvoracek 1:11. 160: Thomas Mudd WDP won by forfeit. 170: WIll McDermott X won by forfeit. 182: Lucas Bertello X won by forfeit. 195: Spencer Francois WDP pinned Will Katz 5:46. 220: Connor Hoerth WDP pinned Sean Hesse 4:39. 285: Eddie Flottmeyer X pinned Jarrett Milquet :20. 106: Lucius Janquart WDP won by forfeit. 113: Ethan Agnew WDP won by forfeit. 120: Gavin Janquart WDP won by forfeit. 126: Beau Andree X pinned Ethan Shaffer WDP :52.

OCONTO 39, PESHTIGO 36

113: Charlie Jordan O pinned Ethan Suennen 1:57. 120: Brenden Conn P pinned Tyler Beekman 1:33. 126: Reese Yunke P pinned Jaymison Markham 2:35. 132: Ethan Brissette P pinned Ethan Wusterbarth 2:45. 138: Levi Nemec P pinned Kyleigh Beekman :56. 145: Miguel Vargas O dec. Jessie Haines 10-4. 152: Devon Bostwick O pinned Caleb Klimek 1:35. 160: Dominic Caylor O won by forfeit. 170: Kyle Bowman O won by forfeit. 182: Double forfeit. 195: Lexxus Ponce O won by forfeit. 220: Connor Thomas P pinned Seth Miller 2:20. 285: Conner Christensen O won by forfeit. 106: Evelyn Hurley P won by forfeit.

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

This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press-Gazette: Here are Thursday's high school sports results for the Green Bay area