High school sports highlights: Jan. 27-Feb. 2

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Times Herald Staff


Gillett 67, Suring 49

Led by the duo of Aubrey DeBauch and Karissa Schaal, the Tigers knocked off the Eagles in Marinette & Oconto Conference action on Feb. 1.

DeBauch led Gillett with 19 points, while also tallying seven rebounds, four blocks, three steals and three assists. Schaal had 18 points, 14 rebounds, seven assists and five steals.

Sydney Young contributed 10 points for Gillett while Brianna DeBauch had nine. Camryn Long blocked two shots and grabbed six rebounds.

Wylee Van Bellinger and Kylee Stelzer each scored 13 points for Suring. Ryann Wagner added eight points, while Paige Krueger had seven.

Oneida Nation 79, Lena 40

The Wildcats could not keep pace with the Thunderhawks in a M&O clash on Feb. 1. Lena trailed 39-23 at halftime before scoring just 17 second-half points.

Meckenna Portier converted 10 free throw attempts and led Lena with 18 points. She also pulled down 11 rebounds and had three steals.

Madysen Herald chipped in six points while Alayna Peterson recorded five points and four assists.


Crivitz 61, Lena 37

The Wildcats fell short in a M&O tilt against the Wolverines on Feb. 2.

Max Beyer scored 14 points to lead Lena in the losing effort. He hit three of the team’s four 3-pointers.

Colby Borchert and Logan Shallow each scored eight points for the Wildcats.

Suring 66, St. Thomas Aquinas Academy 16

The Eagles soared past the Cavaliers in M&O action on Feb. 1. Suring led 35-7 at halftime.

Caleb Lally erupted for 27 points to lead Suring. He also had three steals. Mitchell Stegeman and Josh Reed each contributed nine points in the win.

Stegeman also assisted on five field goals and had four steals. Nick Buhrandt finished with six steals, while Ethan Hischke pulled down seven rebounds.