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PREP BASKETBALL D-4 The Post-Crescent, Appleton-Fox Cities, Wis. www.postcrescent.com Wednesday, February 17, 2010 EASTERU VALLEY CONFERENCE BOYS Micah Parlow. Adam Kaminske StSndifiS tonville, while Chad Dobbe had Nick Sawasky scored 11 led Waupaca with four three- seven rebounds and nine steals, points to lead Xavier, which was pointers and 1 8 points. 0ve'1' Wiley also had 1 2 points and nine outscored 1 8-8 at the free throw waupaca 9 14U14- so " rebounds, line. FOX VALLEY LUTHLHAN..20 15 16 10 01 Utile UlUte 1D-1 17-3 . n,rfU ,j r . , j r, uuio waupoci: Knminttks ib, snindt to, schoohs b, Fox Valley Lutheran 13-3 15-5 Brandon Danforth led Free- Andyjvlarks led Berlin with 13 SirSiT wpon Ill-5 14-6 dom with 20 points. points. fouis i7. Winneconne 10-6 14-6 fmedom 15171013- 99 xavifr 12 4 9- 11 Foi Valley Lutheran: Kossow 17, Parlow 13. rmm a a in 0 CUNTONVILLE 14 19 19 19 70 BERLIN . 9 13 T 7 36 Weeks9,liJS7,P8scrien7,teiig8.Malkr)W8Ki2. U,M O-B 1U-S Freedom: Dantorth 20, Krueger 10. Saidak 10, xavlir: Sawasky 11, Johnson 7, Pllurri 7, 3 pt: Parlow 2, Kiser, Kossow, Paschen, Weeks, Clintonville 7-9 9-10 Kiecker 7, Schlavensky 4, Leenn 2, Schommer 2, Kessemch 2, Machurtck 2, Schmtl 2. 3 pt: Pltum 2, Young. FTs: 12-19. Fouls: 5. Xavipr c if) 710 3 pt Uanfortti 2, Krimger FTs 8-12. Fouls: 22. JonnBon.ns:8-11.Foul8:21.Fouledout:Jotin80n. - . ... ,n c ' , Cllrito.ivlllo:aiil)aalwyk26.Wiloy12,Faulks11, Berlin: Marks 13, Lewallen 10, Brooks 7, Wilke 8. CllntOnVllle 70, freedom 5-11 6-14 lgnar.108, ftibbe5,Kmutie4,l1oss2,Simpson2. FTs;18-31.Fouls:13.Fouledout:Lewallen. . Roriin in A 1K 3 pi : VanDaalwyk 2, Faulks, Ignacio. FTs: 18-28. Freedom 55 watarZIIIltil 2-18 Rlpon 60, Winneconne 53 At Clintonville, the Truckers : ZZIZ Berlin 36, Xavier 31 At Ripon, the Wolves were got 26 points from Patrick Van- away for the victory. At Berlin, Xavier led 12-9 after outscored 1 6-8 in the fourth Daalwyck and outscored the Irish Eric Krause and Jesse Wiley one quarter before Berlin pulled quarter in an up-and-down 37-23 in the second half to pull both had six assists for Clin- away in the middle two quarters, game. Fox Valley Lutheran 61, Waupaca 50 At Appleton, the Foxes jumped out to a 20-9 lead in the opening quarter and then held off Waupaca for their 15th win of the season. "We played solid man-to-man defense and were able to push the ball up the floor and get Into transition," FVL coach Matt Koepsell said of his team's first quarter. A balanced scoring attack for the Foxes featured 17 points from Sam Kossow and 13 from FUA Ripon led 19-3 after one quarter, but the Wolves pulled within 32-29 at halftime and then took a 45-44 lead after three quarters. Austin Ryf scored 19 points and Cason Schroeder added 15 for Winneconne. Marcus Walters led Ripon with 14 points. WINNECONNE 3 26 16 6 53 RIPON............... .....19 13 12 16 60 Winneconne: Ryl 19. Schroeder 15, McAdow 7, Hecker 6. Koeck 6. 3 pt: Schroeder 3, Hecker 2. FTs: 12-18. Fours: 20 Fouled out: Koeck. Rlpon: Wallers 14. Dugcnske 12. Polcyn 10, Kline B, Freeman 6, Birschbach 3, Ehrenberg 3. Hron 2, Kelm 2. 3 pt: Ehrenberg, Kline, Polcyn, FTa: 21-31. Fouls: 15. TUESDAY'S PREP BASKETBALL SCORES GIRLS Appleton West 50, Appleton North 44 At West, the Terrors mounted a furious rally to tie the game in the second half after falling behind 26-1 3 at the half. Appleton West (8-11, 6-9 FVA) did it with defense and some patience on offense, according to head coach Tiffany Huck. The Terrors also went to the free throw line 25 times, compared to just five for North. "We talked about that at half-time, our intensity on defense," Huck said. "We picked it up and I thought the girls did a better job of working together. We finished around the basket" Kiki Hallberg scored 17 points and Maggie Butzen added 13 for the Terrors, but it was a key three-point basket by Liz Garrow in the second overtime that led the charge for West "That gave us a quick lead, not a big one, but it did allow us to put pressure on defense," Huck said. Alex Dennee had nine points to lead Appleton North (12-7, 8-7). APPLETON NORTH 11 19 4 8 2 4 44 APPLETON WEST Jl 51411 2 10 90 Appleton North: Dennee 9, Riedl 8, Aiders 6. Dudley 5, Schultz S, Stage 5, Baker 4, Drezdzon 2. 3 pt: Riedl 2, Dennee 1, Schultz 1. FTs: 4-5. fouls: 19. Appleton West Hallberg 17, Butzen 13, Garrow 8, Sankey 7, Hurley 4, Godfrey 1. 3 pt: Garrow 1. FTs: 17-25. Fouls: 13. By Post-Crescent staff BOYS Nonconference Kewaunee 58, Shiocton 38 At Shiocton, two rough quarters led to a loss for the Chiefs. Shiocton was five points better than Kewaunee over the first and third quarters, but was outscored 36-12 in the second and fourth to fall behind and eventually drop the nonconference matchup. Sean Klemp led Shiocton with 13 points. KEWAUNEE .9 14 15 23 58 SHIOCTON ... 11 3 16 9 38 Kewaunee: Lux 17, Wotachek 10, Charles 7, Delebreau 7, Ledvina 7, Dolski 6, Pnbek 2, Schneider 2. 3 pt: Delebreau 2, Dolski 2, Ledvina. FTs: 13-23. Fouls: 13. Shiocton: Klemp 13, Jahnke 9, Pahlow 7, Shep-ard 4, van Geften 3, Fenske 2. 3 pt: Jahnke, Klemp, Van Gotten. FTs: 5-1 5. Fouls: 16. Algoma 57, Manawa 35 At Manawa, balanced scoring led Algoma as it coasted to the win over the Wolves. Algoma outscored Manawa 20-5 over the first eight minutes of the game and never looked back. Craig Kirchman had 14 points to lead Algoma, while Ben Ferg scored 13 to pace Manawa.. ALGOMA.. -.20 9 10 19 6 16 8 MANAWA JS Algoma: Kirchman 1 4, Koss 1 1 , Kroll 9, Pieschek 5, Swoboda 5, Vantienack 5, Johnson 4, Jossie 3, Savoie 1. 3 pt: Jossie, Kirchman, Koss, Swoboda. FTs: 9-16, Fouls: 9. Manawa: Feng 13, Hass 9, Sullivan 4, Roen; 3, Draska 2, Martz 2, Rieckmann 2. 3 pt: Ferg, Hass, Roenz. FTs: 4-6. Fouls: 15. By Post-Crescent staff CENTRAL LnilESIlORE BGYS Kohler 60, Stockbridge 59 At Kohler, Frank Marzano scored 21 points to lead Kohler to the overtime victory. Mike Klein led five Stock-bridge players in double figures with 16 points. STOCkBRIDGt 10 17 10 459 KOHLER J 16 14 16 160 Stockbridge: Klein 16, Jacobs 12, Schroeder 11, Alex Ecker 10. Adam Ecker 10. 3 pt: Schroeder, FTs: 10-14 Fouls: 8. Kohler: Marzano 21. Tesmer 12, Bauer 11, Oilman! 1 1 , Seine 2. Zittel 2. Dark 1. 3 pi: Ollmann 3, Marzano 2, Tesmer 2, Bauer FTs 6-8 Fouls: t5. By Gannett Wisconsin Media BOYS Adams-Frlendshlp 46. Pioneer Westfield 31 Almond-Bancroft 53, Bowler 33 Altoona 66, Osseo-Fairctnld 53 Ashwaubenon 53. Green Bay Preble 52 Autkimdale63,Pittsville26 Augusta 53. Loyal 39 Baraboo 64, Portage 39 Barron 67, Bloomer 52 Bay Port 49, Sheboygan North 47 Beloit Turner 69, Paimyra-Eagle 43 EHair-Taylor 83. Neitlsville 45 Brodhead 60, Walworth Big Foot 45 Brown Deer 82. Shorewood 62 Bruce 78. Weyerhaeuser 59 Cedar Grove-Belgium 70, Sheboygan Lutheran 52 Chequamegon 53, Abbotslord 47 Clayton 67, Clear Lake 39 Colfax 67, Elmwood 59 Cuba City 75, Riveras le 37 Cumberland 47, Hayward 40 Partington 59, Fennimore 36 De Pere 67, Green Bay Southwest 52 Delavan-Danen 63, Lake Geneva Badger 64 Destiny 52, Lake Country Lutheran 47 Orummond 45, Baylield 28 Duluth Oenfeld. Minn. 65, Ashland 61 East Troy 79, Jefferson 59 Eau Claire North 62, River Falls 49 Eau Claire Regis 70. Stanley-Boyd 43 Edgar 67. Northland Lutheran 35 Edgerton 46, Whitewater 42 Elkhom 39, Westosha Central 30 Flambeau 69. Cornell 43 Germantown 61 , Nicolet 59 Gilman 58, Cadotl 39 GJenwood City 62, Plum City 40 Green Bay East 52, Green Bay Notre Dame 48 Green Bay NEW Lutheran 52, Suring 50 Green Lake 55. Wayland Academy 41 Hartland Arrowhead 67, Milwaukee Marquette 53 Hill-Murray. Minn. 77. Hudson 51 Hurley 89, Butternut 36 Independence 55, Alma Center Lincoln 41 Kenosha Bradford 75, Racine Case 72 Kenosha Reuther 68. Milwaukee Northwest 60 Kenosha Tremper 41 , Oak Creek 36 Kettle Moraine Lutheran 46, Mayville 31 Kiel 67. Kewaskum 36 , La Crosse Logan 56, Chippewa Falls 47 Laconia 53, Lomira 45 Lake Holcombe 60, Winter 47 Luck47,Grantsburg39 Madison Edgewood 54, Fort Atkinson 36 Manitowoc Roncalli 69, Chilton 24 Maple Northwestern 57, Ladysmrth 35 Marathon 53, Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 34 Marinette 69, Coleman 56 Markesan 67, Oshkosh Valley Christian 49 Marshfield 30, Schotield DC. Everest 25 Mauston 57, Nekoosa 51 McFarland 56, Evansville 54 Menomonee Falls 85, Hartford 51 Milton 37, Monona Grove 36 Milwaukee Custer 64, Milwaukee Madison 42 Milwaukee Lutheran 78, Grafton 32 Milwaukee Riverside 63, Milwaukee Marshall 69 Mineral Point 61 , Boscobel 51 Minong Northwood 67, Cameron 60 Mondovi 53. Elk Mound 48 Monroe 43, DeForest 30 Muskego 57, Racine Hortlck 48 New Auburn 62, Birchwood 59 New Berlin Eisenhower 50, Wauwatosa West 47 New Berlin West 60, St. Francis 32 New Hotstein 64, Sheboygan Falls 52 . (fcorwrnowoc 52, Waukesha South 51-- Oconto 85, Cnvrtz 54 , , Oostburg 66, Milwaukee Messmer 46 Orfordville Parkview 81 , Clinton 66 Owen Wilhee 62, Greenwood 58 Ozaukee 74, Elkhart Lake 59 Peshtigo 45. Niagara 40 Pewaukee 58, Cudahy 27 Plattewlle 57, River Ridge 51 Plymouth 53, Two Rivers 40 Port Edwards 68, Plainfield Trl -County 45 Port Washington 56, Cedarburg 49 Poynette46,Lodi42 Prairie du Chien 69, West Salem 39 Prentice 63, Athens 56 Pulaski 46, Manitowoc 40 Racine Park 75, Franklin 63 Rib Lake 55, Phillips 51 Rice Lake 76. Baldwin-Woodville 71 Rosholt57, Marion 41 Sauk Prairie 44, Mount Horeb 37 Shawano 63, Denmark 55 Sheboygan South 76, Green Bay West 30 Shell Lake 51, Prairie Farm 37 South Milwaukee 50, Greendale 34 South Shore 70, Mellon 49 Southwestern 70. Iowa-Grant 64 Spencer 49, Colby 43 Spooner49,Chetek42 Spring Valley 53, Boycevllle 46 St. Croix Central 50, Osceola 43 St. Croix Falls 47, Unity 40 Stevens Point 51 , Wisconsin Rapids 39 Stoughton 37. Oregon 34 Thorp 49, Chippewa Falls McDonetl 37 Union Grove 65, Wilmot 53 Va!ders78.Reedsville51 Washburn 84, Mercer 44 Waterford 64, Budington 5 Waukesha Catholic Memorial 84, Brookfield Academy 57 Waunakee 80, Reedsburg 49 Waupun 57, Carnpbellsport 30 Waupun Central Wis. Christian 61 , Oakfiek) 55 Wausau Newman 77, Stratford 67 Wausau West 50, Rhinelander 42 Webster 59, Amery 57, OT Wrightstown 75, St. Mary Central 41 At Wrightstown, Nick Whalen scored 11 of his game-high 18 points in the opening quarter as the Tigers jumped on St. Mary Central from the opening tip. Whalen had three of his four three-pointers in the first quarter as Wrightstown opened up a 10-point lead through one quarter. Ta Woods added 12 points for the Tigers in the win. Alex Waite scored 13 points to lead the Zephyrs. ST. MARY CENTRAL 13 3 1114 41 WRIGHTSTOWN 33 19 23 10 75 New London 56, Waupaca 37 At Waupaca, Bridget Pethke hit three of her six three-pointers in the second quarter as New London built a 10-point lead by halftime before running away from the Comets in the second half. Pethke finished with 24 points to lead the Bulldogs. L .... "-' , i- u- ' - , -,- 0 s - II , i : . w . (. - - ' J i I ?; a ' i ' V ;.'"-v --. S. A . -4 -J i ' uy- - ' ' I'y i ,, L yj ;;. ' - SEYMOUR'S PHIL ROMBACK (left) during a Bay Conference won 72-64. See story on D-l. Westby 53. Melrose-Mindoro 44 Weston 40, La Faroe 36 Whrtefish Bay 54. Mequon Homestead 53 Whitnall 70, Greenfield 48 Wild Rose 74, Gresham 31 Winnebago Lutheran 55, North Fond du Lac 43 Wisconsin Dells 47, Wautoma 41 GIRLS Algoma 35, Green Bay Preble 27 Almond-Bancroft 61 , Bowler 32 Amery55,Durand48,OT Antigo 46, wausau East 36 Arcadia 39, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 34 Ashland 59, Proctor, Minn. 18 Athens 51 , Northland Lutheran 46 Aubumdale 39, Greenwood 22 Belleville 43, Cambndge 26 Belmont 58. Cassville 48 Black Hawk 58, Pecatonica 33 Brookfield Central 58, New Bedin Eisenhower 36 Brookfield East 44, Waukesha West 39 Cedar Grove-Belgium 41 , Elkhart Lake 28 Coleman 44, Lena 37 Columbus 39, Lake Mills 22 Deerfie!d64,Rlo40 Denmark 43, Southern Door 38 Dodgetand 63, Madison Abundant Lite 25 Dodgeville 53, Monona Grove 52 East Troy 43, Budington 40, OT Eau Claire North 49, Merrill 30 Eau Claire Regis 57, Gilman 32 Eleva-Stnjm 57, Blair-Taylor 33 Elk Mound 48, Elmwood 19 Ellsworth 67, Somerset 39 Evansville 61 , Palmyra-Eagle 34 Fall River 42, Johnson Creek 40 Flambeau 86, Cornell 26 Gillett33,Wausaukee28 Goodman 70, Phelps 40 OLYMPIAN CONFERENCE BOYS St Mary Central: Watte 13, Daniels 6, Jossart 6, Kroll 6, Wedge 5, Abrahamson 3, Janssen 2. FTs: 7-10. Foots: 18. Wrightstown: Whalen 18, T. Woods 12. Jansen 11, Ware 11, Johnson 4, Lukes 4, Nennig 3, Lukes 2, Mckenzie 2, Mitchell 2, NockBrts 2, Roundy 2, Woods 2. 3 pt: Whalen 4, Jansen, Nennig, T. Woods. FTs: 8-15. Fouls: 14. Manitowoc Lutheran 49, Hilbert 44 At Manitowoc, the Lancers raced out to a 28-17 halftime lead and then hit their free throws when it counted to hold off a Hilbert rally. Nate Duchow scored 11 points to lead Hilbert (2-16, 1-14). ...a i iii- MANT. LUTHERAN 15 13 15 48 Hilbert Duchow 11, Krueger 9, B. Hemauer 6, IIOIICOIIFEREIICE GIRLS Kristen Fuss and Ashlie Hoffman each scored nine points to lead Waupaca. NEW LONDON 10 20 14 12 56 WAUPACA 7 13 10 7 37 New London: Pethke 24, Knapstem 10. Fitzgerald 6. Schlieve 6, Steinert 4, Beyer 2, Siewart 2, Stein-graber 2. 3 pt: Pethke 6, Fitzgerald 2, Knapstem. FTs: 5-5. Fouls: 15. Waupaca: Fuss 9, Hoffman 9, Brooks 6, Billmgton 5, Nawn 4, Lazers 2, Marringa 2. FTs: 9-13. Fouls: 10. Winnebago Lutheran 57, Weyauwega-Fremont 48 drives to the basket against boys' basketball game in New Green Lake 46, Oshkosh Valley Christian 36 Hartford 49. Wisconsin Lutheran 38 Hillsboro51,Necedah 12 Howards Grove 67. Sheboygan Lutheran 41 iowa-Grarrt 54, Benton 25 Janesvilte Parker 47, Madison Memorial 29 Juda 39. Argyle 16 Kenosha St. Joseph 51 , Milwaukee Messmer 33 Kettle Moraine Lutheran 49, Homestead 31 Kewaskum 45, Kiel 29 La Qosse Aquinas 49, Winona Cotter, Minn. 45 La Crosse Logan 65, Onalaska 20 Lake Holcombe 61 . Winter 58 Lakeside Lutheran 64, Watertown Luther Prep 43 Laona 36, Phelps 32 Lodl 58, Poynette 44 Luck41,Grantsburg37 Luxemburg-Casco 63, Kewaunee 40 Madison East 59. Madison La Fdlette 50 Madison West 59, Janesville Craig 55 Marathon 60, Colby 58 Manon 57, Rosholt 47 Markesan 35, Cambna-Friesland 24 Marshal! 58, Waterloo 33 Marshfield 46, Schotield D.C. Everest 29 McFarland 55, Mount Horeb 27 Melrose-Mindoro 51 , Whitehall 48 Middleton 77. Beloit Memorial 49 Milton 67, Wilmot 38 Milwaukee Custer 90, Milwaukee North 1 8 Milwaukee King 72, Milwaukee Bay View 9 Milwaukee Languages 58, Milwaukee South 46 Milwaukee Lutheran 55, Wauwatosa East 41 Milwaukee Madison 49, Milwaukee Hamilton 34 Milwaukee Marshall 66, Milwaukee Pulaski 19 Milwaukee Riverside 43, Mikwukee Bradtey Tech 37 Milwaukee Vincent 76. Milwaukee Washington 25 Minong Northwood 58. Pine Crty, Minn. 48 Monticello 41, Albany 32 Neillsville 47, Amherst 28 Schwalenberg 5, T.J. Hemauer 4, kersten 4, Hoyer 3, Krepline 2. 3 pt: Duchow 2, Krueger 2. FTs: 16-28. Fouls: 22. fouled out: Duchow, B. Hemauer. Manitowoc Lutheran: Prochnow 12, Klein 11, Schwafbe 7, DeCleene 6, Moldenhauer 6, Liermann 5, Peranto 2. FTs: 1 5-29. Fouls: 21 . Brillion 52, Mishicot 29 At Mishicot, Adam Schmitt scored 14 points and teammate Eric Kittel added 13 as the Lions breezed past Mishicot. After giving up just five points in the opening quarter, Brillion held the Indians scoreless in the second. BRILLION 10 13 17 12 52 MISHICOT Ji 0 11 13 29 Brillion: Schmitt 14, E. Kittel 13, Krueger 8, Klessrg 7, Reinke 4. Knzenesky 2, Van Thiel 2, Zeamer 2. 3 pt: E. Kittel, Krueger. FTs: 6-14. Fouls: 10 Mishicot Honzik 8, Peterson 6, Novack 5, Comits 2, Leroy 2, Leroy 2, Schmidt 2, Thompson 2. 3 pt: At Weyauwega, Katelyn Kuehl scored 25 points for the Vikings, including eight in the fourth quarter when she hit six-of-eight free throws, to lead Winnebago Lutheran to the win over the Indians. Molly Sippel helped close out the game for WLA by hitting three of four free throws down the stretch. Post-Crescent pnoto by Dan Powers New London's Korey Jagiello London on Tuesday. Seymour New Auburn 59. Birchwood 36 New Lisbon 51 , BVookwood 44 New Richmond 43, Baldwin-Woodville 14 Oakfiekt 58, Pnnceton 39 Oostburg 62, Random Lake 25 Osceola 52, Prescott 50 Oshkosh Lourdes 56, Montello 16 Peshtigo 72, Niagara 36 Pioneer Westfield 55, Sparta 53 Plaintield Tn-County 46, Port Edwards 42 Racine Hortick 45, South Milwaukee 44 Racine St. Catherines 43. Racine Prairie 35 Randolph 41 , Pardeeville 28 Reedsburg 43, River Valley 35 River Falls 53, Altoona 44 Sheboygan Christian 41 , Kohler 37 Sheboygan Falls 61 , Port Washington 37 Sheboygan North 63, Green Bay East 32 Shullsburg 37, Highland 33 Slinger 65. West Bend West 61 Spencer 55, Abbotslord 24 Spring Valley 55, Glenwood City 35 St. Croix Falls 46, Unity 33 St. Thomas Aquinas 49, Crlvltz 38 Stevens Point 57, Wisconsin Rapids 46 Tigerton 58, Menominee Indian 44 Two Rivers 57, Plymouth 51 Verona 51, Sun Prairie 35 Watertord 48, Kenosha Tremper 46 Waupun 71, Wautoma 35 Wausau West 68, Rhinelander 32 West Allrs Hale 41 , Waukesha North 36 West Salem 54, Vlroqua 47 Weston 62. De Soto 36 While Lake 42, Crandon 37 Whrletish Bay 37. Brown Deer 24 Whitefish Bay Dominican 34, Catholic Central 26 Wild Rose 48, Gresham 37 Wrtlenbcrg-Blmamwood 81 , Green Bay West 27 Thompson 2, Honzik. FTs: 3-6. Fouls: 1 5. Roncalli 69, Chilton 24 At Manitowoc, the Jets raced out to an early lead and were never threatened at home. Roncalli held a 22-2 lead after the first quarter, and limited Chilton to just seven points over the final two quarters. Danny Mallmann scored seven points to lead Chilton. CHILTON 2 15 2 5 24 RONCALLI 22 22 15 10 69 Chilton: Mallmann 7, Degeneffe 4, Moehn 4, Bar-tel 3, Birschbach 2, Hemauer 2, Propson 2. FTs: 4-10. Roncalli: Stelzer 22, Kilzerow 16, Gresl 6, Klingeisen 6, Szalewski 6, Brennan 3, Geren 3, Miller 3, Binversie 2. Ruether 2. 3 pt: Stelzer 5, Gresl 2, Kitzerow. Miller FTs: 4-9. By Gannett Wisconsin Media Danielle Johnson and Kacie Cullen combined for 25 points for the Indians, with Johnson getting 15. WINN. LUTHERAN 13 13 14 17 57 WEYAUWEGA-FREMONT ..Jl 15 9 15 48 Winnebago Lutheran: Kuehl 25, Kramer 1 2, Her-rewig 6, McArthur 5, Sippel 5. Wochos 4. FTs: 13-20. Fouls: 12. Weyauwega-Fremont Johnson 15, Cullen 10, Schoemck 9, Mumbrue 5, Schroeder 4, Hulbert 3, Kolz 2. 3 pt Cullen, Hulbert, Schoenick. FTs: 5-10. Fouls: 16. By Post-Crescent staff By Gannett Wisconsin Media pun BOYS Standings Conf. Overall W-L W-l Kaukauna 14-2 17-3 Appleton East 12-4 15-5 Oshkosh North 10-6 14-6 Neenah 10-6 12-8 Appleton West 10-6 14-6 Kimberly 8-8 10-10 Fond du Lac 6-10 6-13 Oshkosh West 6-10 6-14 Appleton North 4-12 6-14 Menasha 0-16 1-18 Kaukauna 75, Fond du Lac 58 At Kaukauna, the Ghosts clinched a share of the Fox Valley Association title with the win. "It's a great night for our basketball team and our program," Kaukauna coach Mike Schalow said. "We still have the goal to win it outright and we have two games to go. We are enjoying the moment but we still have to gear up for tournament time." Kaukauna was led by Ben Hennes, who scored 20 of his game-high 26 points in the first half. Jake Schalow and Jon Hartzheim added 17 and 10 points, respectively. "We've known that Ben is a very talented player and, on any given night, he can give us that" coach Schalow said. "They (the Cardinals) were working hard to limit Jake's touches and we did a good job of finding Hennes, who knocked down some shots. "We put three guys in double figures. There is a lot of talk about Jake, but they need to recognize we are a complete team." FONODULAC 12 9 13 24 98 KAUKAUNA.. 25 21 17 75 - Fond du Lac- Moore 12, Smrt 10, Kretschmann 7, Senn 7, McArthur 6, Schroeder 5, Wendl 4, Pouchert 3, Slpiorskl 3, Harper 1. 3 pt: Smit 2, Pouchert. Slpiorskl. FTs: 12-20. Fouls: 26. Kaukauna: Hennes 26, Schalow 17, Hartzheim 10. Miller 6, tola 4, Rollo 4, Haldiman 2, Stump! 2, Haldiman 1, Huss 1, Lindberg 1, Miller 1. 3 pt: Hennes 3, Hartzheim 2, Schalow. FTs: 27-34. Fouls: 19. Appleton West 63, Appleton North 36 At Appleton West, the Terrors used a man-to-man defense to bog down the Lightning offensively and pick up the win. "Our defensive effort overall was very good," Terrors coach Brennan Hussey said. "I thought we did a good job of making their inside offensive effort difficult for them." As the lead expanded, the Terrors were able to get extensive use from their bench, with nine players scoring. Kevin Levandoski led the Terrors with 14 points, which included a three-point shot to end the third quarter from about two-thirds court Kyle Neumann added 12 points for West. Nate Van Mandel and Kyle Sperl each had nine points for North. APPLETON NORTH .9 6 10 11 36 APPLETON WEST 12 18 13 22 63 Appleton North: Sped 9, VanHandel 9, Smith 8, Sonnleitner 6, Kuester 3, Trunk 2, Werner 1. 3 pt: Smith 2, Sped. FTs: 7-13. Fouls: 19. Appleton West Levandoski 14. Neumann 12, Reker 8, Resop 8, Schultz 8, Probst 5, Hidden 4, Courtney 2, Kelder 2. 3 pt: Levandoski 2, Probst. FTs: 18-21. Fouls: 15. By Post-Crescent staff CENTRAL LnilESIlORE GIRLS Ozaukee 54, Stockbridge 16 At Stockbridge, Kaitlyn Thill had 22 points, eight assists and eight steals to lead the Warriors (14-4, 13-2) to the win over the Indians (2-17, 0-15). Ali Zahringer and Miranda DuPont both scored five points for Stockbridge. OZAUKEE 17 12 16 9 94 STOCKBRIDGE 2 7 3 4 16 Ozaukee: Thin 22. Stesco 11, Hartnett 7. Kessei-ring 5, Lapinskl 3, Beck 2, Beck 2, Johnson 2. 3 pt: Thill 3, Kesselnng, Lapinskl, Siesco. FTs: 4-6. Fouls' 7. Stockbridge: DuPont 5. Zahringer 5, Parsons 4, Mader 2. 3 pt: DuPont. Zahnnger. FTs. 2-2. Fouls. 7. By Post-Crescent staff o

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