High School Highlights


Bonduel 41

Menominee Indian 38

A tiebreaker to determine fourth place in the Central Wisconsin Conference-East came down to the wire between the Bears and Eagles on Thursday. After holding the lead for most of the matchup, Bonduel trailed by one point, 33-32, with just under four minutes remaining. The Eagles hit a cold streak and Brynn Reinke drained back-to-back 3-pointers to give the Bears a six point lead.

Bonduel had five double bonus opportunities at the line and went 0 for 10, while the Eagles battled back to a one-point deficit with 10.3 seconds to play. Ashlyn Schnell went 2 for 2 at the line to give the Bears a three point advantage and Menominee Indian’s Mimi Beaulieu missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer from the top of the key to seal Bonduel’s victory.

Brynn Reinke led the Bears with 12 points and Makenzie Moore contributed seven first-half points off the bench. Grace Petcka grabbed 11 rebounds for the Bears, and Reinke added five rebounds and four steals.

Senihseah Wayka scored a team-high 14 points for the Eagles.

“We knew it was going to be a very tough game, we knew we’d have our hands full,” Bonduel head coach Jerry Reinke said. “We knew there would be a lot of emotions being the seniors’ last game. Ashlyn (Schnell) came up big at the end when we needed it and it’s nice to have a couple wins entering the tournament. It gives us a little bit of momentum, but as I told the girls, anything can happen come tournament season.”

Bonduel (7-15, 5-7 CWC) secured No. 4 in the CWC-East while Menominee Indian (11-11, 4-8 CWC) finishes at No. 5.

Shawano 54

Green Bay East 30

Shawano (14-8, 8-6 Bay) clinched third place in the Bay Conference Thursday after defeating Green Bay East. Tori DePerry led the Hawks with 14 points, Rachel Reed added 13 and Brandi Gueths nine. Seymour takes the Bay title with a 14-0 record (21-1 overall) and West De Pere is No. 2.

Shiocton 38

Witt-Birn 33

Wittenberg-Birnamwood (17-4, 8-4 CWC) finishes third in the CWC-East after a loss to No. 2 Shiocton (17-4, 10-2 CWC) Thursday. Abi Fraaza scored nine points for the Chargers. Amherst takes the CWC-East title with an undefeated conference record.


Marinette 71

Clintonville 41

Sam Wittman scored a team-high eight points for Clintonville in its loss Thursday. Aiden Polzin and Matthew Morse each added seven.