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Here are Friday's high school sports results for the Green Bay area

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Bay Port 75, Green Bay Southwest 67

GREEN BAY - The Pirates led by three at halftime and hung on to defeat the Trojans.

AJ Lieuwen led Bay Port with 19 points, followed by Blake Buchinger with 16 and Jayden Hackett with 14 for the Pirates, which included 4-of-8 shooting beyond the 3-point arc.

Connor Pytleski scored a game-high 30 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the double-double to lead Southwest and Curtis Danforth added 10 points for the Trojans.

Bay Port 32 43 - 75

Green Bay Southwest 29 38 - 67

Bay Port: Buchinger 16, Durkee 2, Vandervest 9, Saldana 2, Mas. Cornette 5, Hackett 14, Lieuwen 19, Yanda 7, Mad. Cornette 1. 3-pt: Buchinger 3, Vandervest, Hackett 4, Lieuwen. FT: 10-16. Fouls: 14.

Green Bay Southwest: VanBoxtel 2, Johnson 6, Danforth 10, Russell 4, Pytleski 30, Yang 2, Seals 9, Rauschenbach 4. 3-pt: Johnson 2, Danforth 2, Pytleski 6, Seals, Rauschenbach. FT: 7-12. Fouls: 16.

Pulaski 63, Green Bay Preble 56

GREEN BAY - Derek Shaw scored 24 points and the Red Raiders rallied from a halftime deficit to upend the Hornets.

Preble led by one at intermission before Pulaski went on a 41-33 run in the final 18 minutes to post the Fox River Classic Conference win.

Colin Schultz and Brady Wotruba added 15 points each for the Red Raiders.

Preble was led in scoring by Ty Gerard with 16 points, Sheldon Jean Baptiste with 12 and Thomas Michaels with 11.

Pulaski 22 41 - 63

Green Bay Preble 23 33 - 56

Pulaski: Shaw 24, Schultz 15, Wotruba 15, Schmidt 5, Robaidek 4. 3-pt: Shaw 3, Schultz 2, Wotruba 2, Schmidt. FT: 17-20.

Green Bay Preble: Gerard 16, Baptiste 12, Michaels 11, Goebel 6, Buenrostro 6, Racine 3, Thorpe 2. 3-pt: Gerard 3, Goebel 2, Racine. FT: 22-31.

Little Chute 58, West De Pere 46

LITTLE CHUTE - Hunter Thiel scored 17 points and Carter Engle added 11 as the Mustangs took a six-point halftime lead and extended it from there for the nonconference win.

Andrew Baumgart had the hot hand for West De Pere with 15 points, while Langdon Nordgaard added 14.

West De Pere 18 28 - 46

Little Chute 24 34 - 58

West De Pere: Walder 6, Kraft 6, Nordgaard 14, S. Deschane 5, Baumgart 15. 3-pt: Walder, Baumgart. FT: 6-8. Fouls: 12.

Little Chute: Engle 11, Kerrigan 4, Fischer 2, Joten 7, Maronek 9, Bergin 4, Thiel 17, Vandenburgt 4. 3-pt: Engle, Joten, Maronek. FT: 11-14. Fouls: 11.

Southern Door 91, Sevastopol 36

BRUSSELS - Drew Daoust scored 22 of the Eagles’ points in the first half in their win over the Pioneers.

Daoust finished with 36 points, while teammate Jared Hawkey scored 20 and Jack Peterson added 11.

Danny Castillo’s 11 points led Sevastopol.

Sevastopol 28 8 - 36

Southern Door 58 33 - 91

Sevastopol: Peterson 6, Valdivia 3, Mathews 6, Castillo 11, DeYoung 4, Haberli 6. 3-pt: Valdivia, Mathews 2, Castillo, Haberli 2. FT: 0-4. Fouls: 9.

Southern Door: Daoust 36, Peterson 11, Berg 2, Schaefer 3, Hawkey 20, Pierre 2, Malvitz 4, Schinktgen 2, LaGrave 8, Kallin 3. 3-pt: Daoust 4, Peterson 2, Kallin. FT: 6-12. Fouls: 11.

Green Bay NEW Lutheran 68, Gibraltar 61

FISH CREEK - Elijah Meerstein scored 20 points, including 16 in the second half, as the Blazers erased a seven-point halftime deficit en route to the Packerland Conference win.

NEW Lutheran shut down the Vikings in the second half, allowing just 18 points after having allowed 43 in the first 18 minutes.

Tristian Lynch added 19 points and Griffin Steffel had 13 for the Blazers.

Jake Schar powered Gibraltar with 26 points, including 17 in the first half. Braden Sitte added 12 points.

NEW Lutheran 36 32 - 68

Gibraltar 43 18 - 61

NEW Lutheran: Henschel 6, Servais 6, Wendland 2, Misovec 2, Meerstein 20, Steffel 13, Lynch 19. 3-pt: Henschel 2, Steffel 4, Lynch. FT: 9-14. Fouls: 6.

Gibraltar: Sitte 12, Lecy 2, Burgess 4, Maltby 1, Jauregui 6, Schar 26, Duffy 4, Friedenfels 6. 3-pt: Schar 4. FT: 3-4. Fouls: 15.

Stockbridge 57, Wausaukee 56

STOCKBRIDGE - Conner Funk scored 26 points and Stockbridge outscored the Rangers 13-7 at the free throw line to squeeze out the win.

Gavin Cullen added 15 points for Stockbridge.

Layne Rowley scored 24 points to lead Wausaukee. Danny Suennen added 15 points on five 3-point baskets.

Wausaukee 29 27 - 56

Stockbridge 32 25 - 57

Wausaukee: Brunette 4, Suennen 15, Vinick 4, Schroeder 3, Rowley 24, Ketchum 6. 3-pt: Suennen 5. FT: 7-13. Fouls: 23.

Stockbridge: Cullen 15, Hostettler 9, Fredrickson 5, Van Neupart 2, Funk 26. 3-pt: Hostettler, Funk 7. FT: 13-25. Fouls: 13.

Shiocton 78, Bonduel 62

BONDUEL - The Chiefs made 12 3-pointers en route to the victory over the Bears.

Dawson Schmidt led Shiocton with 30 points. Bennett Wilcox added 22 points, while Cody Young scored 13 points.

Noah Weier led Bonduel with 20 points.

Shiocton 45 33 - 78

Bonduel 32 30 - 62

Shiocton: Wilcox 22, Young 13, Marcks 4, Schmidt 30, Bergsbaken 2, Mutchie 4, Klitzke 3. 3-pt: Wilcox 3, Young 3, Schmidt 5, Klitzke. FT: 4-8. Fouls: 6.

Bonduel: Johnson 9, Margelofsky 8, Hartmann 5, Westrich 7, Tauchen 8, Weier 20, Anvelink 3, Springborn 2. 3-pt: Johnson, Margelofsky 2, Hartmann, Tauchen 2, Weier 2, Anvelink. FT: 7-9. Fouls: 11.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ashwaubenon 46, Sheboygan South 29

SHEBOYGAN - The Jaguars outscored the Redwings 25-8 in the second half to pull away for the victory.

Addy Phipps scored 14 points and Gianna Guarascio had 11 points for Ashwaubenon.

Sheboygan South was led by Alayna Lloyd with 15 points.

Ashwaubenon 21 25 - 46

Sheboygan South 21 8 - 29

Ashwaubenon: Guarascio 11, Hutto 7, Phipps 14, Amenson 6, Daul 8. 3-pt: Guarascio 3, Amenson 2, Daul 2. FT: 7-13. Fouls: 14.

Sheboygan South: Ertman 2, Daharsh 2, Kiesow 2, Zajicowski 3, Lloyd 15, Judkins 5. 3-pt: Lloyd 2, Zajicowski. FT: 3-14. Fouls: 16.

Green Bay Preble 50, Pulaski 32

PULASKI - Andrea Butterbrodt poured in 17 points and Jada Raeder added 12 as the Hornets took charge early to register the Fox River Classic Conference win.

Preble led 23-15 at the break and outscored the Red Raiders 27-17 in the final 18 minutes.

Pulaski was led in scoring by Madeline Christenson with 10 points.

Green Bay Preble 23 27 - 50

Pulaski 15 17 - 32

Green Bay Preble: Smith 2, Racine 2, Shefchik 2, Novitski 1, Al. Butterbrodt 2, An. Butterbrodt 17, Schadrie 6, Paplham 6, Raeder 12. 3-pt: An. Butterbrodt 3. FT: 5-8. Fouls: 3.

Pulaski: Sprangers 2, Christenson 10, Mangold 6, Olson 5, Hasser 5, Lardinois 2, Servais 2. 3-pt: Christenson, Olson, Hasser. FT: 7-13. Fouls: 2.

West De Pere 52, Menasha 45

DE PERE - Katie Waukau had the hot hand with 13 points and Ella Francois added 12 as the Phantoms held off the Bluejays in Bay Conference action.

Victoria Karchinski added 11 points for West De Pere.

Menasha was led by Mara Rieder with 19 points and Rayanna Jenkins with 10.

Menasha 25 20 - 45

West De Pere 28 24 - 52

Menasha: Jenkins 10, Yost 2, Robinson 3, Rieder 19, Mohr 7, Neubert 4. 3-pt: Robinson. FT: 12-16. Fouls: 10.

West De Pere: Walder 6, Waukau 13, Thomson 2, Berggren 8, Francois 12, Karchinski 11. 3-pt: Waukau 3, Berggren 2, Karchinski 3. FT: 6-6. Fouls: 16.

Freedom 67, Luxemburg-Casco 20

FREEDOM - The Irish handily defeated the Spartans to improve to 18-1 overall and 15-0 in the North Eastern standings.

Sadie Jarmolowicz scored a game-high 24 points to lead Freedom and Rylie Murphy added 12 points for the Irish.

Maggie Hanmann led Luxemburg-Casco with six points.

Luxemburg-Casco 11 9 - 20

Freedom 39 28 - 67

Luxemburg-Casco: Cherovsky 2, Bray 1, Mrotek 2, Paye 4, Deprez 3, Hanmann 6, Giese 2. 3-pt: Hanmann. FT: 3-11. Fouls: 15.

Freedom: Jarmolowicz 24, Martzahl 6, Bartels 8, Kriewaldt 1, Bork 1, Murphy 12, Lang 3, Dickrell 3, Verhasselt 4, Lillge 2, Cropsey 1, Ponschock 2. 3-pt: Jarmolowicz 2, Martzahl 2, Murphy 3, Lang, Dickrell. FT: 10-23. Fouls: 9.

Lena 58, Oneida Nation 52

LENA - Eva Brooks blistered the nets with 25 points and Whitney Potter added 17 as the Wildcats outlasted the Thunderhawks in Marinette & Oconto Conference action.

Also scoring in double figures for Lena was Claire Brooks with 11.

The Wildcats took a 19-9 halftime advantage before holding off Oneida Nation in a wild second half that featured 82 combined points.

Mariah Cloud paced the Thunderhawks with a game-high 29 points.

Oneida Nation 9 43 - 52

Lena 19 39 - 58

Oneida Nation: T. King 3, M. King 2, J. Danforth 3, Cloud 29, R. Danforth 2, Caldwell 8, K. House 2, A. House 3. 3-pt: J. Danforth, Cloud 4, Caldwell. FT: 12-21. Fouls: 28.

Lena: E. Brooks 25, C. Brooks 11, Fischer 1, Koslowsky 3, Potter 17, Rabas 1. 3-pt: C. Brooks. FT: 21-38. Fouls: 22.

Sevastopol 44, Algoma 26

STURGEON BAY - Bailey Rikkola had the hot hand with 17 points and Kayla Ranly added 15 to lead the Pioneers past the Wolves.

Sevastopol took an 18-14 halftime advantage before pulling away with a big second half.

Brooke Mattson and Emily Kirchman had six points each to lead Algoma.

Algoma 14 12 - 26

Sevastopol 18 26 - 44

Algoma: Zimmerman 4, Mattson 6, Panger 2, Robinson 3, Nellis 5, Kirchman 6. 3-pt: Robinson, Nellis. FT: 0-4. Fouls: 10.

Sevastopol: Ranly 15, B. Rikkola 17, Ash 3, Herrell 3, N. Rikkola 4, R. Schauske 2. 3-pt: Ranly 2, B. Rikkola 3. FT: 7-11. Fouls: 10.

BOYS HOCKEY

Bay Port 5, Arrowhead 1

ASHWAUBENON - Bay Port built a big early lead and cruised to the win.

The Pirates outshot the Warhawks 51-12 and took control with one first-period goal and two second-period goals.

Scoring goals for Bay Port were Nick Voss, Aidan Fahey, Konor Tignall, Eliott Mikesch and Brady Gilbertson. Mason Spejcher and Noah Brunke added two assists each.

Devin Rustlie made 11 saves in net for the Pirates.

West Bend 6, De Pere 2

WEST BEND - The Ice Bears scored four goals in the second period to pull away from the Voyageurs.

De Pere got its goals from Jake Weckwerth and Evan Ott, with Ott, Logan Dost, Gabe Foth and Allen Butrymowicz getting assists.

Peyton Fountain and Chase Pickett both had two goals for West Bend.

Charlie Eckert had 28 saves for West Bend. Keegan Handrick had 28 saves for De Pere.

Notre Dame 7, Brother Rice 0

TRENTON, Mich. - Sam Kappell scored three goals to help power the Tritons to the win over the Warriors in the Michigan High School Hockey Showcase.

Also scoring goals for Notre Dame were Drew Schock, Hunter Bill, Joe Gerbitz and Joseph Coghlin. Bill also had three assists.

Lleyton Jaschke had 11 saves in net for the Tritons. Brayden Ingram stopped 32 shots for Brother Rice.

This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press-Gazette: Here are Friday's high school sports results for the Green Bay area