High School Scoreboard


Sept. 15

Lena/STAA 35, Bowler/Gresham 8

BG: Landan Kroening 10 carries for 22 yards, 3 of 11 passing for 34 yards, 1 interception; Lane Schultz, 11 carries for 65 yards; Logan Thiex, 6 carries for 22 yards; Noah Bestul, 10 carries for 36 yards; Ezra Spencer, 2 carries for 9 yards; Nathan Montez, 2 catches for 27 yards.

North Eastern Conference

Team NEC Overall

Wrightstown 4-0 5-0

Fox Valley Lutheran 4-1 4-1

Freedom 3-1 4-1

Luxemburg-Casco 3-1 3-2

Little Chute 3-2 3-2

Denmark 2-3 2-3

Marinette 1-3 1-4

Oconto Falls 0-4 0-5

Clintonville 0-5 0-5


Bonduel falls to Amherst in CWC showdown

Leader Photo by Jacy Zollar Bonduel High School senior Jordan Boldt celebrates a touchdown during Friday’s 47-20 loss to Amherst.

Leader Photo by Jacy Zollar Bonduel High School senior Elijah Mastey runs the ball during Friday’s 47-20 loss to Amherst.

Amherst secured the lead in the Central Wisconsin Conference-Large with a 47-20 road win over Bonduel on Friday.

The Bears’ defense couldn’t contain Amherst quarterback Marcus Glodowski, who ran for five touchdowns and 203 yards for the two-time defending state champions.

“Marcus (Glodowski) was special tonight,” Amherst head coach Mark Lusic said. “He bailed us out when we needed it. He was crucial in rushing and getting those touchdowns.”

Bonduel (4-1, 2-1 CWC) dominated defensively in the first half, forcing three turnovers — one of which led to an Elijah Mastey touchdown run.

Amherst’s offense was able to make up for the mistakes.

Amherst (4-1, 3-0 CWC) ran for 221 yards; Bonduel had 151. The Falcons also topped the Bears in passing yards, 195-165.


High School Highlights


Wausaukee 48

Menominee Indian 12

Four fumbles proved costly as Menominee Indian fell, 48-12, to Wausaukee at home Friday.

Menominee Indian fumbled inside the Wausaukee 20-yard line twice in the first half, and all four fumbles happened on the Rangers’ side of the field.

“We were able to move the ball very well on the ground,” Eagles coach Chris Clache said, “but we could not come back from the turnovers.”

Menominee Indian rushed for 335 yards. Meshaen Waukau gained 182 yards on 26 carries. Norman Kakwitch had 79 yards on 11 carries. Waukau and Kakwitch each scored TDs.

Darius Wayka led the Eagles in receptions with two for 27 yards.


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Little Chute 40, Clintonville 6

C: Kyle Finger, 15 of 30 passes for 159 yards and one TD; Bailey Tate, 5 receptions for 71 yards; Jason Bilek 3 receptions for 45 yards and one TD. Clintonville rushed for 2 yards on seven carries.


Seymour defeats Shawano 27-9

Photo by Jody Ward Shawano Community High School junior Crede Timm gets a reception during the Hawks’ 27-9 loss to Seymour on Friday.

Photo by Jody Ward Shawano Community High School junior Roman Purull runs the ball during Shawano’s 27-9 loss to Seymour on Friday.

Seymour rallied from a halftime deficit to defeat Shawano 27-9 in Bay Conference play Friday at Shawano.

Shawano scored all of its points in the first quarter and led 9-0 at halftime.

“We played a really good first half and then Seymour stepped up and gained momentum,” Shawano head coach Alan Tomow said. “Seymour made some adjustments after half and we just weren’t able to stop them.”

The Hawks (2-4, 2-4 Bay) rushed for 160 yards in the first half but only 45 in the second.

Shawano quarterback Jarrett Laatsch rushed for 113 yards on 19 carries and was 3 of 6 passing for 19 yards.

“It seemed like we were playing a step slower and let our guard down,” Tomow said. “We made some mistakes to give them the lead and then didn’t bounce back.”

Tomow said the mistakes included being outplayed by the offensive line of Seymour (3-2, 3-1 Bay).


New London tops Shawano, 6-1

Leader Photo by Jacy Zollar Shawano Community High School No. 1 doubles player Sydney Steinbach hits a volley against New London on Thursday. Steinbach and her partner, Lydia Williams, won 6-3, 6-2, for Shawano’s only win of the day.

Leader Photo by Jacy Zollar Shawano Community High School No. 1 singles player Kaleigh Zoll serves against New London on Thursday. Zoll lost, 1-6, 0-6, to Kate Christian.

New London topped Shawano 6-1 in a Bay Conference match Thursday in Shawano.

“They’re always tough,” Shawano coach Matt Zoll said. “They’ve got a a good program and we have a fairly inexperienced team, so despite the loss I’m proud of how hard our girls have worked this year to be able to come out and win some games on them.”

The No. 1 doubles pair, Sydney Steinbach and Lydia Williams, clinched the Hawks’ sole win, 6-3, 6-2.

“That’s the best we’ve ever played together,” Williams said. “We tried for every point there. We were ready to take them on again.”

Williams said a tough win over New London, 6-4, 6-4, earlier this season motivated the Shawano duo to be more competitive Thursday.

The seniors both played singles last year. They thought making the switch to doubles would improve their game. The move has paid off with seven victories in 10 matches.


CWC showdown: Bonduel hosts Amherst

Undefeated Bonduel faces two-time defending WIAA Division 5 state champion Amherst at home Friday.

Bonduel (4-0) and Amherst (3-1) are tied atop the Central Wisconsin Conference-Large at 2-0.

Amherst, which has not lost a CWC football game since 2013, is seeking its fourth consecutive conference title. The Falcons ranked fifth in the latest Associated Press state football poll in the medium schools division.

“We know they’re the team to beat,” Bonduel head coach James Westrich said. “They’ve dominated this conference, so we’re going to have to go in playing hard.”

The last time these two teams saw each other was Sept. 16, 2016, at Amherst. The Falcons won, 42-22.

“We’re excited about how much we’ve improved as a team, and we’re just keeping our focus each week on getting better as a unit,” Westrich said. “We expect this to be a good, tough football game.”


Shawano remains undefeated at home

Leader Photo by Jacy Zollar Shawano Community High School junior Julia Klement, sophomore Kyra Klement and senior Averi Vomastic set up on defense in Shawano’s 3-0 win against Green Bay West on Thursday.

Leader Photo by Jacy Zollar Shawano Community High School junior Bayleigh Laabs sets the ball for senior Brandi Gueths during Shawano’s 3-0 win against Green Bay West on Thursday.

Shawano defeated Green Bay West in three sets during a Bay Conference match Thursday.

The Hawks topped the Wildcats, 25-12, 25-19, 25-9.

The Hawks (11-4) remain undefeated at home, but coach Breanna Young sees room for improvement.

“Tonight wasn’t our best performance,” Young said, “but we were able to stay tough enough to finish strong in the last set. We will continue to work hard everyday in practice to prepare us for our next matchup.

“We’re looking forward to hitting the practice court hard tomorrow before we head to Clintonville for a tournament on Saturday.”

The game’s leaders were Bayleigh Laabs with 24 assists, Averi Vomastic with 10 kills and Kyra Klement with 12 digs.


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Oconto Falls 3

Clintonville 0

Coming off the first match all season in which Clintonville won two sets, coach Lindsay Davis was hoping for a fast start against Oconto Falls on Thursday.

However, the Truckers never led the entire match, falling in three sets (25-13, 25-11, 25-15) in North Eastern Conference action.

“It was tough, the girls came out really slow tonight,” Davis said. “They had a great warmup and seeing them warm up, I really thought they were ready tonight. They got there and they were slow and they had a really hard time getting out of that.”

Emma Weatherwax led the Truckers with 10 digs. Chelsey Birling had eight assists. Melany Lorge, Allysin Booth and Weatherwax had three kills apiece.

Amherst 3

Bonduel 0

Bonduel lost a Central Wisconsin Conference-East match to undefeated Amherst, 25-15, 25-18, 25-18, Thursday.


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Sept. 12

Bonduel Invitational

Wittenberg-Birnamwood girls placed fifth out of 10 teams

WB: Paige Norrbom (22:33) 19th; Emily Norrbom (22:43) 24th; Erica Wendler (23:02) 26th; Maddy Pietz (23:27) 33rd; and Molly Gretzlock (25:00) 52nd.

Wittenberg boys placed seventh out of nine teams

WB: Cole Schairer (18:27) 12th; Brendan Resch (19:30) 30th; Wyatt Dickman (20:08) 43rd; Garret Kersten (20:27) 48th; Evan Stanislawski (21:02) 58th; Ian Resch (21:02); Jorge Perez (22:14) 65th; and Chad Moegenburg (22:15) 66th.


Sept. 14

Tigerton def. Manawa, 27-25, 25-20, 25-22

T: Kelsi Shumaker, 10 assists, 4 kills; Jaidan Miller, 7 assists; Monika Minniecheske, 8 kills, 7 blocks; Chenee Block, 4 kills, 12 digs, 5 blocks; Katrina Parrott, 4 kills, 19 digs, 3 ace serves; Raven Dewhurst, 12 digs.

Menominee def. Bowler, 25-14, 25-13, 25-20


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