High School Highlights

GIRLS TENNIS

Fox Valley Lutheran 6

Shawano 1

Shawano battled with Bay Conference for Fox Valley Lutheran on Thursday, but was only able to snag one win on the night.

The tandem of Grace Licausi and Aubree Zastrow picked up a hard-fought win at No. 3 doubles.

Singles: No. 1: Addy Segelstrom FVL def. Isabella Buettner, 6-1, 6-3; No. 2: Maggie Schauman FVL def. Anna Cuenca, 6-3, 6-2; No. 3: Tessa Wilson FVL def. Rylie Anderson, 6-2, 6-1; No. 4: Macey Schaetz FVL def. Peyton Buerman, 6-3, 6-2.

Doubles: No. 1: Erin Henze-Adeline Mielke FVL def. Alana Krolow-Annalyse Wilber, 6-1, 6-1; No. 2: Madison Toyne-Kylie Toyne FVL def. Chloe Krueger-Lydia Dobberstein, 6-2, 6-3; No. 3: Grace Licausi-Aubree Zastrow S def. Paige Culbertson-Isabella Hanamann, 6-3, 7-6 (4).

BOYS SOCCER

Columbus Catholic 7

Gresham/Bowler 3

Despite a two-goal night from Zack Fehrman, the Gresham/Bowler co-op fell to Columbus Catholic in a Central Wisconsin Conference clash in Gresham on Thursday.

Fehrman also assisted on Raven Bennett’s goal. Bennett assisted on one of Fehrman’s goals. Gresham/Bowler is now 0-2 in conference play and 1-4 overall.

VOLLEYBALL

Tigerton 3

Tri-County 1

The Tigers toppled Tri-County in a Central Wisconsin Conference crossover on Thursday, winning by scores of 25-7, 23-25, 25-11, 25-22. Tigerton improved to 4-2 overall.

“The girls played as a team tonight and communicated on the court very well,” Tigerton coach Holly Meverden said. “Their passing was excellent and net play was top notch, too.”

Monike Minniecheske totaled 15 attack kills, seven block kills, nine digs and six aces to lead Tigerton while Savannah Swartz had 19 digs, eight kills, and 16 service points. Jaidan Miller posted a team-leading 16 assists while adding seven digs and Kelsi Schumaker finished with 24 service points, eight aces, nine digs and six kills. Adrienne Brady had 12 assists while Ladia Block recorded six digs and five kills.

Marathon 3

Witt-Birn 0

The Chargers battled with the Raiders but suffered a 25-20, 26-24, 25-22 loss at home on Thursday.

McKenna Metropulos totaled 20 assists and 11 digs while Marissa Groshek had 12 attack kills and three block kills. Emma Herb posted four block kills while Elizabeth Muscha tallied 17 digs.

“We played well tonight. Yes, I would have liked to win but the effort, hustle, intensity was all there,” Wittenberg-Birnamwood coach Becky Rew said. “We just fell short each set and I’m going to blame that on our lack of experience. We are a young team. For most of the girls this was their first varsity match at home. All I want from the girls is to keep it up and improve a little more with each match.”

Little Chute 3

Clintonville 0

The Truckers could not slow down the Mustangs in a North Eastern Conference match on Thursday. Little Chute won by scores of 25-9, 25-8, 25-15.

Lindsy Carpenter tallied four attack kills while Allysin Booth had three. Elizabeth Weatherwax totaled 13 digs while Chelsea Birling had six assists.

FOOTBALL

Bonduel 20

Manawa 14 (OT)

The Bears rallied from a couple of deficits before earning an overtime win over the Wolves in a CWC showdown in Bonduel on Thursday.

After Manawa scored the game’s first points, Bonduel tied the game on a Cole Letter 10-yard touchdown run. Manawa scored again early in the second quarter and held a 14-7 lead until the fourth when Parker Bohm hit Colin Hanus for a 24-yard touchdown pass to tie the game. In overtime, Bohm found Hanus for a 15-yard passing score to give the Bears the victory.

Bohm threw for 100 yards while Isaac Boldt led the team with 63 rushing yards. Hanus caught three passes for 47 yards while Issac Banker hauled in two passes for 32 yards.

Gibraltar 60

Menominee Indian 0

The Eagles were blanked by Gibraltar in an eight-man contest on Thursday.

Menominee Indian was able to move the ball on offense but could not cash in when it reached Gibraltar territory. Darius Wayka rushed for 161 yards on 26 carries to lead the team. The Eagles threw two interceptions and completed just one pass.

Menominee Indian’s defense forced three turnovers as the team fell to 0-3 overall.