High school sports highlights: Feb. 10-16

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Times Herald Staff


Niagara 43, Gillett 39

The Tigers were outscored by five in the second half of a Marinette & Oconto Conference loss to the Badgers on Feb. 16.

Aubrey DeBauch recorded 15 points, 12 rebounds and three steals for Gillett. Macy Franti pulled down six rebounds, while Brianna DeBauch had three assists.

Sydney Young scored nine points for the Tigers, while Karissa Schaal had eight points and four steals.

Luxemburg-Casco 72, Oconto Falls 57

The Panthers dropped a North Eastern Conference clash to the Spartans on Feb. 15 after a slow start. Oconto Falls trailed 42-24 at halftime.

Kari Albrecht scored 13 points to lead Oconto Falls, while Emma Huberty tallied 10.

Kaelyn Allen tallied nine points, while Natalie Brauer scored eight for the Panthers.

Oneida Nation 70, Suring 41

The Eagles came up short as the Thunderhawks won the M&O title with the win on Feb. 15.

Kylee Stelzer scored nine points for Suring. Paige Krueger and Ryann Wagner each chipped in eight points.

STAA 50, Lena 44

The Wildcats came up short in M&O action against St. Thomas Aquinas Academy on Feb. 15.

Madysen Herald scored 14 points, grabbed nine rebounds and had four steals for Lena. Alayna Peterson had 10 points, seven steals and six assists.

Meckenna Portier grabbed 18 rebounds, scored 10 points while also tallying three steals and three blocks for the Wildcats.

Gillett 65, Crivitz 56

The Tigers came away with a strong M&O win over the Wolverines on Feb. 14.

Karissa Schaal totaled 19 points, eight rebounds and five steals for Gillett in the win. Sydney Young provided 12 points and three assists.

Macy Franti scored 11 points, while Camryn Long scored 10 points and blocked five shots. Aubrey DeBauch had nine points, 14 rebounds, five assists and three blocks.

Oconto Falls 54, Clintonville 48

The Panthers held off the Truckers for a NEC victory on Feb. 13.

Kari Albrecht scored 16 points to lead Oconto Falls. Natalie Brauer provided nine points, while Sammy Shallow and Morgan Helmle each tallied six points.

Suring 59, Lena 42

The Eagles pulled away for a M&O win over the Wildcats on Feb. 13.

Kylee Stelzer scored 19 points for Suring, which led 27-16 at halftime. Ryann Wagner tallied 12 points, while Linzy Runge and Kelsey Smith each chipped in seven points.

Meckenna Portier recorded 18 points and 13 rebounds in the loss for Lena. Madysen Herald had nine points and three steals, while Alayna Peterson had three assists and four steals.

Freedom 66, Oconto Falls 36

The Panthers were stifled by the Irish in a NEC matchup on Feb. 11.

Kari Albrecht tallied 14 points for Oconto Falls, but no other Panther scored over four points.

Oconto Falls trailed by 11 at halftime before being outscored 35-16 in the second half.

Wausaukee 61, Lena 18

The Wildcats were stifled by the Rangers’ defense in a M&O clash on Feb. 11.

Meckenna Portier recorded 12 points, 13 rebounds, three steals and three blocks for Lena.


Waupaca 67, Oconto Falls 61

The Panthers showed plenty of fight, but could not overcome a 10-point halftime deficit in NEC action against the Comets on Feb. 16.

Jo Schoen hit five 3-pointers and led Oconto Falls with 26 points. Connor Peetz added 10 points, while Dakota Carriveau and Mitchell Manns contributed eight and seven points, respectively.

Peetz and Kade Brabant led the team with six rebounds each. Carriveau and Manns each dished out four assists.

Coleman 58, Lena 31

The Wildcats dropped a M&O matchup to the Cougars on Feb. 16.

Max Beyer scored 10 points to lead Lena on the court.

Suring 66, Niagara 28

The Eagles eased past the Badgers in a M&O tilt on Feb. 15.

Caleb Lally scored 24 points to lead Suring. Mitchell Stegeman added 16 points.

Dequez Sepulveda contributed 13 points in the win, while Jayden Geniesse had 11.

Wrightstown 64, Oconto Falls 54

The Panthers came up short in a NEC matchup against the Tigers on Feb. 14.

Dakota Carriveau scored 11 points for Oconto Falls in the loss. Connor Peetz added 10 points.

Dylan Nelson and Mitchell Manns each tallied nine points for the Panthers.

Crivitz 77, Gillett 43

The Tigers could not slow the Wolverines in a M&O clash on Feb. 14.

Bo Krueger scored 13 points to lead Gillett, while Logan Block tallied 11 points and six rebounds.

Anthony Carroll recorded eight points and 10 rebounds in the loss, while Cole Long grabbed 10 boards. Logan Krause had eight points.

Wausaukee 54, Lena 30

The Wildcats were outscored by 19 in the first half of a M&O setback to the Rangers on Feb. 14.

Colby Borchert tallied 16 points for Lena in the loss.

Clintonville 59, Oconto Falls 53

The Panthers dropped a NEC matchup to the Truckers on Feb. 13.

Mitchell Manns scored 14 points to pace Oconto Falls, which was outscored by three in each half. Zach Parsons contributed 13 points, while Jo Schoen had eight.

Parsons also pulled down a team-leading eight rebounds.

Suring 50, Tigerton 30

The Eagles defense stifled the Tigers in a nonconference win on Feb. 14.

Caleb Lally scored 15 points to lead Suring, while Mitchell Stegeman chipped in 12.

Suring 87, Bowler 64

The Eagles eased past the Panthers in another nonconference matchup on Feb. 14.

Caleb Lally scored 26 points to lead Suring, while Jayden Geniesse had 18.

Ethan Hischke and Mitchell Stegeman each scored 13 points for the Eagles.

Marion 61, Gillett 57 (OT)

The Tigers dropped a nonconference overtime battle with the Mustangs on Feb. 13.

Cole Long scored 17 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and had four steals for Gillett. Logan Block tallied 16 points and six boards.

Logan Krause recorded 12 points and three steals for the Tigers, while Anthony Carroll had nine points and six boards.

Denmark 46, Oconto Falls 44

The Panthers second half comeback came up just a couple points short in a NEC tilt with the Vikings on Feb. 11.

Dylan Nelson and Mitchell Manns each scored 10 points for Oconto Falls, while Jo Schoen tallied nine.

Zach Parson grabbed six boards for the Panthers, while Manns had three steals.

Wausaukee 57, Gillett 49

The Tigers were outscored by seven in the second half of a M&O loss to the Rangers on Feb. 11.

Cole Long totaled 19 points, seven rebounds and six steals for Gillett in the loss. Logan Block recorded 17 points and seven rebounds.

Stockbridge 78, Lena 65

The Wildcats could not stop Stockbridge in nonconference action on Feb. 11.

Max Beyer led Lena with 15 points, while Simon Gard scored 11.

Colby Borchert, John Jagiello and Colt Carroll each chipped in 10 points for Lena.