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Here are Saturday's high school sports results for the Appleton and Green Bay area

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Wisconsin Lutheran 70, De Pere 68

DE PERE - Zach Kinziger and Roan Demovsky combined for 27 second-half points but it still left the Redbirds two points short in their nonconference loss to the Vikings.

Kinziger finished with a team-high 19 points for De Pere. Will Hornseth scored 15 points while Demovsky and Connor Hutjens finished with 14 and 13 points, respectively.

Kon Knueppel led Wisconsin Lutheran with 38 points. Logan Rindfleisch added 12.

Wisconsin Lutheran  26  44  -  70

De Pere  20  48  -  68

Wisconsin Lutheran: Greene 8, Mellock 5, Rindfleisch 12, Raabe 5, Zens 2, Knueppel 38. 3-pt: Mellock, Rindfleisch 2, Knueppel 6. FT: 13-17. Fouls: 17.

De Pere: Demovsky 14, Kinziger 19, Hutjens 13, Hornseth 15, Gregoire 7. 3-pt: Demovsky, Kinziger 2, Hutjens 3, Gregoire. FT: 5-9. Fouls: 14.

Neenah 62, Brookfield East 57

NEENAH - Brady Corso became the fifth Neenah boys basketball player to pass 1,000 career points in the Rockets’ win over Brookfield East.

Little Chute 59, Sheboygan Falls 48

WRIGHTSTOWN - Grant Hermus and Nolan Jakubek scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, in the second half to help the Mustangs pull away from the Falcons for the nonconference win.

Hermus finished with 15 points. Jakubek score 14.

Carter Korff led Sheboygan Falls with 15 points. Dax Mortenson chipped in with 10 points.

Sheboygan Falls 26 22 - 48

Little Chute 28 31 - 59

Sheboygan Falls: Schneider 3, Ca. Korff 15, Jaap 6, Mortenson 10, Scheibl 5, Ch. Korff 9. 3-pt: Schneider, Ca. Korff 2, Jaap 2, Scheibl, Ch. Korff. FT: 7-9 Fouls: 11.

Little Chute: VandenBurgt 8, Manns 6, Hermus 15, Fischer 4, Roseman 2, Effa 8, Magnussen 2, Jakubek 14. 3-pt: Hermus. FT: 8-13. Fouls: 9.

Roncalli 70, Wrightstown 66

WRIGHTSTOWN - The Jets trailed by nine points with less than eight minutes remaining but used clutch free throw shooting to rally for the win over the Tigers.

Maddix Gulseth led Roncalli with 19 points. Landon Chalupny, Dominik Frozena and Donovan Cowley added 16, 15 and 14 points, respectively.

Ethan Cyra and Grant Lamers led Wrightstown with 14 points. Aiden Van Zeeland added 13 points.

Roncalli 39 31 - 70

Wrightstown 35 31 - 66

Roncalli: Kilbride 6, Frozena 15, Gulseth 19, Cowley 14, Chalupny 16. 3-pt: Kilbride 2, Gulseth 5, Cowley, Chalupny 4. FT: 14-19. Fouls: 20.

Wrightstown: Kittoe 7, Van Zeeland 13, Lamers 14, Humphreys 4, Bosma 6, Colwell 4, Cyra 14, Podgorski 2, Theunis 2. 3-pt: Kittoe, Van Zeeland, Lamers 4, Colwell, Cyra. FT: 12-23. Fouls: 21.

Waupaca 62, Luxemburg-Casco 49

LUXEMBURG - The Comets played solid defense and used a spread-the-wealth offense to take a 10-point halftime lead in their win over the Spartans.

Henry Mouw led Waupaca with 23 points. Riley Bechard and Aaron Wolff added 13 and 12 points, respectively, for Waupaca.

Lance Cherovsky and Mason Burmeister both scored 13 points to lead Luxemburg-Casco.

Waupaca 28 34 - 62

Luxemburg-Casco 18 31 - 49

Waupaca: Lauritzen 5, Mouw 23, Wolff 12, Harms 9, Bechard 13. 3-pt: Wolff 2, Harms 2. FT: 14-20. Fouls: 11.

Luxemburg-Casco: Schley 3, Radart 1, Derenne 1, Coisman 8, Trimberger 3, Cherovsky 13, Parins 7, Burmeister 13. 3-pt: Coisman 2, Cherovsky 3, Burmeister. FT: 11-15. Fouls: 19.

Shiocton 59, Crivitz 52

SHIOCTON - Bennett Schmidt scored 23 points to lead the Chiefs to the nonconference win over the Wolverines.

Kyle Bergsbaken added 10 points for Shiocton.

Crivitz was led by Tegan Werner with 18 points. Jackson Flowers and Kaden Klaver added 13 and 11 points, respectively.

Crivitz 22 30 - 52

Shiocton 26 33 - 59

Crivitz: Orlando 1, Vandermause 2, Werner 18, Tarmann 5, Klaver 11, Flowers 13, Polomis 2. 3-pt: Werner, Klaver 2, Flowers. FT: 7-11. Fouls: 12.

Shiocton: C. Young 6, Dewar 7, S. Young 3, K. Bergsbaken 10, Marcks 7, Schmidt 23, C. Bergsbaken 1, Jorgensen 2. 3-pt: Dewar, S. Young, K. Bergsbaken 2, Marcks, Schmidt. FT: 7-8. Fouls: 14.

Kohler 89, Gibraltar 38

FISH CREEK - Max Breitenbach led four Blue Bombers players in double figures with 27 points in Kohler’s win over the Vikings.

Trey Keller, Carter Zimmerman and Zane Willadsen added 14, 13 and 12 points, respectively, for Kohler.

Liam Lindenberg led Gibraltar with 12 points.

Kohler 58 31 - 89

Gibraltar 19 19 - 38

Kohler: Keller 14, Heidt 2, Duchow 8, Zimmerman 13, Buzaitis 2, Corwell 8, Breitenbach 27, Pociask 3, Willadsen 12. 3-pt: Zimmerman, Breitenbach 2, Willadsen 2. FT: 18-23. Fouls: 16.

Gibraltar: Sitte 8, Jackson 9, Lindenberg 12, Jauregui 4, Brey 1, Mize 2, Lecy 2. 3-pt: Jackson, Lindenberg 3. FT: 8-15. Fouls: 19.

Gillett 81, Coleman 56

COLEMAN - Jesse DeBauch, Ben Matczak and Aydin Franti combined for 64 points in the Tigers’ win over the Cougars.

DeBauch finished with 26 points while Matczak and Franti had 20 and 18 points, respectively.

Tyler Rennie led Coleman with 19 points, including making 13-of-14 free throws. Logan Kurth and Victor Kostreva added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Gillett  50  31  -  81

Coleman  34  22  -  56

Gillett: Matczak 20, Franti 18, Carmody 6, Klein 2, Doman 2, Pensis 7, DeBauch 26.

Coleman: Ty. Kostreva 7, Rennie 19, Dufeck 7, Kurth 11, V. Kostreva 10. 3-pt: . FT: 20-33. Fouls: 17.

State scores

Abundant Life-St. Ambrose 66, Evansville 51

Aquinas 73, Arcadia 38

Arrowhead 77, Waunakee 65

Bloomer 71, Mondovi 20

Brookfield Academy 75, University School of Milwaukee 58

East Ridge, Minn. 68, Onalaska 57

Elk Mound 60, Prescott 37

Fall River 81, Wayland 45

Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 55, Fall Creek 52

Gillett 81, Coleman 56

Grafton 60, Germantown 52

Hamilton 75, Waukesha South 56

Kohler 89, Gibraltar 38

Lake Mills 69, Lakeside Lutheran 56

Little Chute 59, Sheboygan Falls 48

Neenah 62, Brookfield East 57

Nicolet 92, Homestead 83

Oregon 77, Greenfield 63

Oshkosh North 83, Appleton West 30

Owatonna, Minn. 73, Eau Claire Memorial 71

Prairie 74, Living Word Lutheran 71, OT

Racine Lutheran 74, Racine Horlick 48

Roncalli 70, Wrightstown 66

Saint Croix Central 71, Northwestern 63

Sheboygan North 76, Howards Grove 66

Shiocton 59, Crivitz 52

Slinger 76, Hartford 61

Somerset 75, Luther 74

St. Thomas More 79, Kenosha St. Joseph 58

St. Paul Central, Minn. 97, Bayfield 42

Stewartville, Minn. 77, Holmen 41

Stratford 58, Black River Falls 38

Superior 68, Proctor, Minn. 35

Waupaca 62, Luxemburg-Casco 49

Wisconsin Lutheran 70, De Pere 68

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State scores

Alma Center Lincoln 45, Black River Falls 33

Dominican 60, Brookfield Academy 39

Durand-Arkansaw 56, Luther 31

Edgewood 58, Monona Grove 48

Grafton 82, Prairie 80

Hartford 66, Nicolet 28

Hayward 40, Osceola 31

Homestead 84, Milwaukee Science 70

Living Word Lutheran 61, Catholic Central 36

Milwaukee Juneau 75, Milwaukee Madison 31

Portage 58, Monona Grove 48

Sheboygan Area Lutheran 78, Ozaukee 50

Wisconsin Lutheran 72, Lakeside Lutheran 26

BOYS HOCKEY

Eau Claire Memorial 4, Notre Dame 0

WAUSAU - The Old Abes scored two goals in the second period and two in the third period in the victory over the Tritons.

Gabe Pankratz scored in the second period and in the third period for Eau Claire Memorial. Blake Ahneman and Nolan Ottum also had goals. Mack Diggins added three assists and Pankratz had two assists.

Notre Dame goalie Lleyton Jaschke made 26 saves. Brecken Hagen had 28 saves for Eau Claire.

This article originally appeared on Appleton Post-Crescent: Here are Saturday's high school sports results for the Appleton and Green Bay area