Here are Tuesday's high school sports results for the Wausau and Stevens Point area

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BOYS BASKETBALL

APPLETON EAST 69, MARSHFIELD 55

APPLETON - Zach Steigenberger scored all 12 of his points in the first half to help the Patriots grab a 12-point lead at halftime in their win over the Tigers.

Caleb Glaser led Appleton East with 18 points. Joey La Chapell added 15.

Marshfield was led by Chase Hinson with 17 points. Brooks Hinson and Gavin Fravert added 14 and 11 points, respectively.

Marshfield 23 32 - 55

Appleton East 35 34 - 69

Marshfield: C. Hinson 17, Fravert 11, Kuernan 3, LaMoine 5, B. Hinson 14, Fries 5. 3-pt: C. Hinson 3, Fravert 2, Kuernan 1, B. Hinson 2, Fries. FT: 10-13. Fouls: 13.

Appleton East: Borowski 5, La Chapell 15, Parker 5, Glaser 18, Keil 6, Steigenberger 12, Feldhausen 8. 3-pt: Borowski, La Chapell 5, Parker, Keil, Steigenberger 2. FT: 7-12. Fouls: 16.

MARATHON 70, AUBURNDALE 62

AUBURNDALE - The Red Raiders outpaced the Eagles 42-34 in the second half to secure a Marawood Conference win.

Five players scored in double figures to lead Marathon. Jaden Koeller led the way for the Red Raiders with 18 points, Grant Warren scored 15, Ben Robbins scored 13, Noah Gage had 12 and Nathan Hanke added 11.

Alex Willfahrt and Terrance Cottrell-Roberson paced Auburndale with 18 and 14 points, respectively.

Marathon 28 42 - 70

Auburndale 28 34 - 62

Marathon: Koeller 18, Treankler 1, Robbins 13, Gage 12, Hanke 11, Warren 15. 3-pt: Roeller 2, Gage 3. FT: 17-25. Fouls: 17.

Auburndale: Willfahrt 18, Cottrell-Roberson 14, Yeske 9, M. White Eagle 8, Weber 8, Scholl 3, G. White Eagle 2. 3-pt: Willfahrt, Cottrell-Roberson 2, Yeske 2, Scholl. FT: 6-14. Fouls: 17.

ALMOND-BANCROFT 89, BOWLER 53

ALMOND - The Eagles built a 53-32 halftime lead and never looked back, beating their Central Wisconsin Conference foe by 36 points.

Elijah Applebee led Almond-Bancroft with 24 points, Brody Dernbach scored 16 points, TJ Lamb and Ayden Phillips scored 11 points each, and Ty Huntington added 10 points.

Emmitt Kietlinski paced Bowler with 16 points and Wylee Dodge added 12 points.

Bowler 32 21 - 53

Almond-Bancroft 53 36 - 89

Bowler: Kaquatosh 4, Mohawk 8, Koster 2, Kietlinski 16, Brunner 7, Thiex 4, Dodge 12. 3-pt: Mohawk 2, Dodge 4. FT: 5-11. Fouls: 17.

Almond-Bancroft: Dernbach 16, Lamb 11, Applebee 24, Phillips 11, Zinda 2, Huntington 10, Krueger 2, Omernick 4, Miner 9. 3-pt: Dernbach 4, Lamb, Applebee. FT: 11-24. Fouls: 13.

CHEQUAMEGON 57, ABBOTSFORD 40

CHEQUAMEGON - The Falcons led by one point at halftime but were outscored 31-13 in the second half.

Brandon Diedrich and Adam Diedrich led Abbotsford with 14 and 13 points, respectively.

Abbotsford 27 13 - 40

Chequamegon 26 31 - 57

Abbotsford: Bunkelman 3, B. Diedrich 14, Gomez 9, Bargender 1, A. Diedrich 13. 3-pt: Bunkelman, B. Diedrich 2. FT: 9-19. Fouls: 12.

NEILLSVILLE 64, OWEN-WITHEE 53

OWEN - The Warriors’ Alex Roman scored 19 of his 21 points in the second half in the victory over the Blackhawks.

Andrew Brown and Santana Subke added 14 and 12 points, respectively, for Neillsville.

Carter Klabon led Owen-Withee with 16 points. Logan Amacher added 13.

Neillsville 26 38 - 64

Owen-Withee 24 29 - 53

Neillsville: Boyer 3, Erickson 2, Brown 14, Lowry 2, Roman 21, Byrne 3, Roenz 7, Subke 12. 3-pt: Boyer, Roman 4, Byrne. FT: 12-22. Fouls: 15.

Owen-Withee: Ackerman 3, Stinson 2, Amacher 13, Klabon 16, Weaver 9, Geldernick 8, Wendler 2. 3-pt: Ackerman, Klabon 4, Weaver. FT: 5-12. Fouls: 20.

ATHENS 63, PRENTICE 43

ATHENS - The Bluejays made 24-of-36 free throws to defeat the Buccaneers.

Cooper Diedrich led Athens with 21 points. Aiden Janke had a double-double with 15 points and 16 rebounds. Connor Sheahan and Kody Lepak added 14 and 12 points, respectively.

Prentice 21 22 - 43

Athens 24 39 - 63

Athens: Sheahan 14, Diedrich 21, Wolf 2, Lepak 12, Janke 15. 3-pt: Sheahan, Lepak. FT: 24-36. Fouls: 19.

IOLA-SCANDINAVIA 59, PITTSVILLE 25

PITTSVILLE - Parker Prahl scored 20 points to lead the Thunderbirds over the Panthers.

Jordan Denniston led Pittsville with nine points.

Iola-Scandinavia 38 21 - 59

Pittsville 9 16 - 25

GIRLS BASKETBALL

MARSHFIELD 41, MEDFORD 27

MEDFORD - Danielle Minsaas scored 14 points to lead the Tigers to the victory.

Marshfield: Voss 3, Kohlbeck 4, Minsaas 14, Ongna 6, Grancorvitz 2, Jakobi 8, Bousum 2.

ALMOND-BANCROFT 65, MAUSTON 41

MAUSTON - The Eagles outscored Mauston by 12 points in each half in the victory.

Lexie Dernbach led Almond-Bancroft with 13 points. Mikala Seymour and Raegen Omernik both added 11 points and Jillian Newby scored 10.

Almond-Bancroft 28 37 - 65

Mauston 16 25 - 41

Almond-Bancroft: Meddaugh 6, Omernik 11, Newby 10, Lamb 7, Seymour 11, Stiles 7, Dernbach 13. 3-pt: Dernbach 2, Newby 2, Lamb, Omernik. FT: 5-13. Fouls: 11.

Mauston: Horn 4, Nava 6, Heller 10, Gunther 13, Pouillie 5, Onsager 3. 3-pt: Nava 3, Gunther 3. FT: 4-8. Fouls: 14.

WITTENBERG-BIRNAMWOOD 47, GILLETT 27

WITTENBERG - The Chargers got 16 points from Reese Rogowski and 14 from Kaylee Schramm in the win over the Tigers.

Gillett 12 15 - 27

Wittenberg-Birnamwood 20 27 - 47

Wittenberg-Birnamwood: Deruchowski 2, Rogowski 16, Wendler 7, Davids 2, Resch 6, Schram 14. 3-pt: Wendler. FT: 4-8. Fouls: 4.

NEILLSVILLE 55, STRATFORD 21

NEILLSVILLE - The Warriors never let the Tigers get going offensively, crafting a 14-point halftime lead and extending it in the second half.

Emma Mosely led Neillsville with 13 points. Paige Voigt added 10.

Lauren Kraus led Stratford with nine points.

Stratford 12 9 - 21

Neillsville 26 29 - 55

Stratford: Heidmann 2, Krause 9, Linzmeier 3, Berg 1, Schueller 3, Christopherson 3. 3-pt: Christopherson, Linzmeier. FT: 7-19. Fouls: 14.

Neillsville: Rochester 5, Mortenson 3, Moseley 13, Trunkel 2, Boyer 6, Opelt 7, Schneider 1, Koepp 7, Voigt 10, Hart 1. 3-pt: Rochester, Moseley, Opelt. FT: 12-17. Fouls: 18.

MOSINEE 54, LAKELAND 42

MINOCQUA - Kate Fitzgerald poured in 17 points and Alexis Freiboth added 11 in Mosinee’s win over the Thunderbirds.

Julianna Ouimette and Kristina Ouimette both scored 11 points to lead Lakeland.

Mosinee 28 26 - 54

Lakeland 27 15 - 42

Mosinee: Freiboth 11, Placek 6, Lehman 5, Martin 6, Selenske 3, Fitzgerald 17, Shnowske 6. 3-pt: Lehman, Fitzgerald 2, H. Shnowske 2. FT: 10-18. Fouls: 13.

Lakeland: Ch. Cleveland 2, J. Ouimette 11, Erickson 2, Fortien 2, Koehler 4, S. Timmerman 10, K. Ouimette 11. FT: 4-14. Fouls: 14.

EDGAR 55, NORTHLAND LUTHERAN 24

KRONENWETTER - Reagan Borchardt scored 18 points to lead Edgar past Northland Lutheran.

Northland Lutheran was led by Bree Kaehn with eight points.

Edgar 28 27 - 55

Northland Lutheran 16 8 - 24

Edgar: R. Borchardt 18, Davis 9, Baumann 6, Schnelle 6, M. Borchardt 4, Wirkus 4, Lemmer 2, Skrzypcak 2, Lipinski 2, Hoesly 2. 3-pt: Davis. FT: 10-23.

Northland Lutheran: Kaehn 8, Obsuszt 7, Kreklau 3, Fairbanks 2, Manke 2. 3-pt: Kreklau. FT: 2-3.

GRESHAM 84, PORT EDWARDS 38

PORT EDWARDS - The Wildcats built a 20-point halftime lead and rolled to a dominant win over the Blackhawks.

Valarie Cerveny led Gresham with 37 points and six 3-pointers, Hannah Cerveny scored 18 points and Janay Pecore-Kirkland added 10 points.

Taylor Martin paced Port Edwards with 11 points, while Aubree Shroda, Nakita Borths and Melanie Sillars added eight points apiece.

Gresham 45 39 - 84

Port Edwards 24 14 - 38

Gresham: V. Cerveny 37, H. Cerveny 18, Pecore-Kirkland 10, Bohl 7, Haffner 7, Jensen 3, J. Cerveny 2. 3-pt: V. Cerveny 6, Jensen. FT: 15-22.

Port Edwards: Martin 11, Shroda 8, Borths 8, Sillars 8, Ellingson 3. 3-pt: Martin 2, Shroda 2, Sillars, Borths, Ellingson. FT: 9-14.

AUBURNDALE 70, ROSHOLT 30 (MONDAY)

AUBURNDALE - Annamarie Aue scored 17 points for Auburndale, which led 43-16 at halftime.

Ashlyn Grimm added 14 points and Josie Ertl had 12 for Auburndale.

Rosholt was led by Bridget Lemanczyk with 11 points.

Rosholt 16 14 - 30

Auburndale 43 27 - 70

Rosholt: Bablitch 3, B. Lemanczyk 11, A. Lemanczyk 8, Lorbiecki 2, Skortz 6. 3-pt: None. FT: 2-6. Fouls: 11.

Auburndale: Hamus 9, Krings 6, Becker 6, Grimm 14, Ertl 12, Stanton 2, Aue 17, Hasenohrl 4. 3-pt: Aue 2, Grimm. FT: 15-17. Fouls: 6.

ABBOTSFORD 52, GREENWOOD 46 (MONDAY)

GREENWOOD - Sydney Falteisek scored 15 points to lead Abbotsford to the victory.

Greenwood was led by Kia Abel with 12 points.

Abbotsford: Falteisek 15, Escalera 9, Brodhagen 8, Pogodzinski 7, Graff 6, Fuentes 5, Diaz Miranda 2.

Greenwood: Wuethrich 9, Davidson 1, Abel 12, Rasmussen 10, Kind 9, Schlough 5.

ATHENS 44, SPENCER 38 (MONDAY)

SPENCER - Addison Lavicka scored 15 points to lead Athens to the victory.

Spencer was led by Heavyn Kind with 18 points.

Athens 19 25 - 44

Spencer 17 21 - 38

Athens: Lavicka 15, Ellenbecker 8, Hartwig 2, Sophia Coker 6, Van Rixel 9, Schug 4. 3-pt: Ellenbecker. FT: 13-31. Fouls: 11.

Spencer: Knecht 6, Meyer 2, Kind 18, Mlsna 10, Becker 2. 3-pt: Kind 4, Knecht 2. FT: 4-12. Fouls: 22.

BOYS HOCKEY

STEVENS POINT 5, MOSINEE 2

STEVENS POINT - The Panthers scored twice in the first period and added three goals in the third period before Mosinee was able to get on the board.

Kade Smigaj had a hat trick for Stevens Point as well as an assist. Coy Brish and Jackson Schroeder scored Stevens Point’s other goals. Schroeder had three assists while Brish had two. Maksim Salienko also had an assist for Stevens Point.

Mosinee’s goals were scored by Ethan Oatman, with Ondrej Napravnik assisting on both of them.

Stevens Point’s Hunter Christjohn had 24 saves. Aiden Karst had 25 saves for Mosinee.

WAUPACA 3, MARSHFIELD 1

WAUPACA - The Comets built a 3-0 lead through two periods and held on for a win.

Ryan Mace, Levi Olson and Sawyer Mielke scored the goals for Waupaca.

Payton Smith scored the lone Marshfield goal.

Hagen Rasmussen tallied 32 saves for the Comets. Cole Halvorsen made 25 saves for the Tigers.

BOYS SWIMMING

MARSHFIELD 115, WISCONSIN RAPIDS 54

200 Medley R: 1, Marshfield (Kyle Berres, Hayden Nelson, Simon Dagit, Brayden Fischer) 1:55.28; 2, Marshfield (Adam Donahue, Michael Dick, Zander Edmundson, Carlos Koehn) 2:10.06. 200 Free: 1, Graham Lonsdale MAR 2:05.51; 2, Brayden Fischer MAR 2:22.68. 200 IM: 1, Wyatt Erdmann WR 2:31.28; 2, Henry Hilbelink MAR 2:33.71. 50 Free: 1, Kyle Berres MAR :23.75; 2, Simon Dagit MAR :24.27. Diving: 1, Alik Martin MAR 179.95; 2, Shaun Hunter MAR 150.05. 100 Fly: 1, Simon Dagit MAR 1:01.37; 2, Wyatt Erdmann WR 1:13.91. 100 Free: 1, Brayden Fischer MAR :58.16; 2, Alex Bournoville WR 1:04.62. 500 Free: 1, Carlos Koehn MAR 6:26.06; 2, Jackson Meyer WR 6:28.97. 200 Free R: 1, Marshfield (Graham Lonsdale, Hayden Nelson, Simon Dagit, Henry Hilbelink) 1:48.39; 2, Wisconsin Rapids (Wyatt Erdmann, Alex Bournoville, Aiden Huser, Jackson Meyer) 1:54.17. 100 Back: 1, Kyle Berres MAR 1:01.80; 2, Adam Donahue MAR 1:24.22. 100 Breast: 1, Michael Dick MAR 1:15.89; 2, Kevin Buth MAR 1:27.29. 400 Free R: 1, Marshfield (Graham Lonsdale, Henry Hilbelink, Brayden Fischer, Kyle Berres) 3:52.15; 2, Wisconsin Rapids (Wyatt Erdmann, Alex Bournoville, Logan Maciejewski, Jackson Meyer) 4:23.35.

STEVENS POINT 91, D.C. EVEREST 67

200 Medley R: 1, D.C. Everest (Adam Swedlund, David Mayer, Keaton Barwick, Camden Barwick) 1:51.82; 2, Stevens Point (Eddie Sapa, Hayden Ackerlund, Kegan Brown, Keegan McKinley-Chapin) 1:59.39. 200 Free: 1, Konner Pilger SP 1:54.30; 2, Sam Gargulak SP 2:08.22. 200 IM: 1, Adam Swedlund DCE 2:38.92; 2, Joey Kozicki SP 2:40.61. 50 Free: 1, Camden Barwick DCE :23.18; 2, Keegan McKinley-Chapin SP :25.03. 100 Fly: 1, David Mayer DCE :58.12; 2, Eddie Sapa SP 1:03.83. 100 Free: 1, Camden Barwick DCE :55.86; 2, Gavin Stelzer SP :59.80. 500 Free: 1, Konnor Pilger SP 5:11.48; 2, Keaton Barwick DCE 5:41.68. 200 Free R: 1, Stevens Point (Gavin Stelzer, Hayden Ackerlund, Sam Gargulak, Konnor Pilger) 1:45.03; 2, Stevens Point (Kegan Brown, Cooper Gunderson, Joey Kozicki, Landon Bicknase) 1:54.94. 100 Back: 1, Keaton Barwick DCE 1:01.85; 2, Keegan McKinley-Chapin SP 1:07.98. 100 Breast: 1, David Mayer DCE 1:06.30; 2, Adam Swedlund DCE 1:16.08. 400 Free R: 1, D.C. Everest (Camden Barwick, Keaton Barwick, Adam Swedlund, David Mayer) 3:48.46; 2, Stevens Point (Konnor Pilger, Sam Gargulak, Eddie Sapa, Keegan McKinley-Chapin) 4:00.76.

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This article originally appeared on Wausau Daily Herald: Here are Tuesday's high school sports results for the Wausau and Stevens Point area

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