High school sports highlights: Jan. 13-19

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Times Herald Staff

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Oconto Falls 81, New Holstein 43

The Panthers blew past the Huskies in nonconference action on Saturday, Jan. 19.

Kari Albrecht recorded 16 points, five rebounds and four steals for Oconto Falls. Alexis Euclide contributed 14 points while Sammy Shallow posted 10 points and nine assists.

Emma Huberty scored eight points while Morgan Helmle and McKayla Goebel each had seven points. Breanna Sadowski pulled down a team-high six rebounds.

Denmark 50, Oconto Falls 36

The Panthers were outscored 32-19 in the second half of a North Eastern Conference loss to the Vikings on Friday, Jan. 18.

Sammy Shallow scored seven points and pulled down six rebounds to lead Oconto Falls.

Katelyn Albrecht stole three passes while Kari Albrecht had five rebounds and two steals for the Panthers.

Gillett 63, STAA 33

The Tigers trounced the Cavaliers in Marinette & Oconto Conference play on Thursday, Jan. 17. Gillett held St. Thomas Aquinas Academy under 20 points in each half.

Aubrey DeBauch led the way for Gillett, compiling 25 points and 16 rebounds. Karissa Schaal contributed 11 points, six rebounds and four steals while Sydney Young had 10 points, three assists and three steals.

Grace Wickman pulled down nine rebounds while Macy Franti had seven.

Crivitz 76, Lena 31

The Wildcats fell to the Wolverines in M&O action on Thursday, Jan. 17. Lena trailed 45-17 at halftime.

Madysen Herald led Lena with 11 points and five steals while Meckenna Portier had 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Jordyn Dolata chipped in seven points for the Wildcats, while Alayna Peterson had five rebounds, three assists and two steals.

Niagara 60, Suring 49 (OT)

The Eagles were outscored 13-2 in overtime of a M&O loss to the Badgers on Thursday, Jan. 17.

Kylee Stelzer led Suring by scoring 16 points. Wylee Van Bellinger added 15 points while Paige Krueger scored seven.

Oconto Falls 50, Waupaca 29

The Panthers eased past the Comets in NEC action on Jan. 15.

Morgan Helmle hit five 3-pointers and led Oconto Falls with 19 points. Kaelyn Allen chipped in six points.

Hailey Peitersen led the Panthers with six rebounds while Sammy Shallow had six assists.

Wabeno/Laona 48, Suring 32

The Eagles could not break through against a tough Wabeno/Laona co-op defense in nonconference action on Jan. 14.

Kylee Stelzer paced Suring with 15 points. Linzy Runge chipped in with seven points.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Crivitz 59, Suring 39

The Eagles could not solve the M&O Conference-leading Wolverines defense on Friday, Jan. 18.

Suring was held to just 15 first half points.

Mitchell Stegeman led Suring with 13 points and five rebounds. Dequez Sepulveda and Caleb Lally each contributed eight points.

Gillett 74, Niagara 39

The Tigers rolled past the Badgers in a M&O Conference matchup on Thursday, Jan. 17.

Cole Long had another big game to lead Gillett, tallying 27 points and 13 rebounds to go along with three assists and three steals.

Elijah Framnes recorded 16 points, eight boards and three steals while Logan Krause tallied 11 points and eight assists for the Tigers. Ben Frank also pulled down eight rebounds while Anthony Carroll had three steals.

Florence 76, Lena 42

The Wildcats dropped a nonconference battle to the Bobcats on Thursday, Jan. 17.

Max Beyer was the only Lena player in double figures, scoring 10 points. Simon Gard chipped in eight points.

Lena did have nine players tally points in the contest.

Suring 64, Oneida Nation 41

Behind Mitchell Stegeman, the Eagles soared past the Thunderhawks in M&O action on Jan. 15.

Stegeman recorded 34 points on the night, hitting six 3-pointers along the way. He also recorded seven rebounds and four steals.

Caleb Lally added 17 points and pulled down seven rebounds while Dequez Sepulveda had 10 rebounds and eight points.

Luxemburg-Casco 79, Oconto Falls 65

The Panthers could not slow the Spartans in a NEC clash on Jan. 15.

Dakota Carriveau led Oconto Falls by scoring 17 points, while Mitchell Manns tallied 13 points. Brody Schindel chipped in nine points.

Kade Brabant stole three passes while Carriveau and Joey Walters each had four rebounds.

Lena 62, STAA 36

The Wildcats blew past the Cavaliers in a M&O Conference matchup on Jan. 15.

Lena outscored Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy 28-13 in the first half to grab a commanding lead.

Colby Borchert scored 24 points to pace Lena in the win. Simon Gard contributed 12 points in the convincing win.

WRESTLING

Lena/STAA goes 2-1 at multi-dual

The Lena/Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy co-op finished with a 2-1 record at a M&O Conference multi-dual on Friday, Jan. 18, at Crivitz High School.

The co-op took down Gillett/Suring (30-18) and Crivitz (36-24) before falling to Coleman (78-0). Franky Umentum (126), Alex Decoursin (132) and Noah Chang (145/152) all finished 2-1 on the day. Richard Feick (285) went 2-0.

With just four wrestlers competing, Gillett/Suring finished the day losing to Coleman (75-0) and Crivitz (27-9). Brody Zahn (220) led the for the co-op with a 2-1 record.

Wrightstown 42, Oconto Falls 19

The Panthers came out on the short end of a dual against the Cougars on Friday, Jan. 18. Oconto Falls handed Wrightstown 18 free points on forfeits.

Jaden Ganter (106), Tyler Budz (126) and Clayton Whiting (152) all earned tight decision win for Oconto Falls while Aidan Stary (170) and Elijah Zielinski (220) won their decisions by six and five points, respectively.

Jager Eisch (113) had the Panthers other win on the night, claiming it by a 19-3 technical fall.