Here are Friday’s high school athletic scores

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Kaukauna 103, DC Everest 26

SCHOFIELD — The Ghosts showed strong offense in the season opener, scoring 56 points in the first half of their win over the Evergreens.

Alana Zarneke led Kaukauna by 25 points. Alexa Kinas scored 20 points while Avarie Boucher and Savanna Robinson added 16 and 15, respectively.

Braelyn Beiler led DC Everest with 14 points.

Kaukauna 56 47 – 103

DC Everest 9 17 – 26

Kaukauna: Farrell 2, Kinas 20, Djupstrom 10, Baumgart 8, Boucher 16, Robinson 15, Borchardt 3, Ebben 4, Zarneke 25. 3-pt: Kinas 2, Djupstrom 2, Baumgart, Boucher 2, Robinson, Borchardt, Zarneke 2. FT : 8-13. Fouls: 10.

DC Everest: Schulz 4, Hall 2, Beiler 14, Schmidt 1, Koch 3, Zemke 2. 3-point: Beiler 4. VZ: 4-8. Fouls: 13.

Oshkosh West 43, De Pere 27

OSHKOSH — Braelee Jodarski scored 14 points and Maddie Rasmussen added 11 as the Wildcats used a big second half to hold their own for the out-of-conference win.

De Pere led 10-9 at halftime, but West capitalized on a 34-17 run in the second half to claim the win.

Addie Chapman led the Redbirds by eight points.

De Pere 10 17 – 27

Oshkosh West 9 34 – 43

Pere: Tassoul 2, Anderson 1, Ciesielczyk 3, Wettstein 3, Washington 4, Chapman 8, Bierowski 2, Hafeman 1, Dugenske 3. 3-pt: Ciesielczyk. Vz: 8-18. Fouls: 16.

Oshkosh West: Gehri 5, Lenz 4, Hammen 2, Jodarski 14, Schimmel 1, Seckar 6, Rasmussen 11. 3-pt: Gehri, Seckar, Rasmussen 3. FT: 8-13. Fouls: 17.

Neenah 87, Stevens Point 54

STEVENS POINT — Allie Ziebell scored 23 points and led the Rockets to a season-opening non-conference win.

Sammie Buss added 17 points while Sophia Kok scored 13 and Ava Kok had 10 for Neenah.

Emma Jossie led Stevens Point with 17 points. Lauren Strasman added 10 points.

Neenah 49 38 – 87

Stevens point 25 29 – 54

Stevens point: Nest 3, Beadles 7, Strong 1, Itzen 3, Moe 4, Hamlet 9, Jossie 17, Strasman 10. 3-pt: Beadles, Hamlet 2, Jossie.

Oshkosh North 59, West Bend East 58

WEST BEND — Mallory Ott scored 32 points and the Spartans shot 22-27 at the free-throw line to earn the season-opening win.

Oshkosh North 26 33 – 59

West Bend East 25 33 – 58

Oshkosh North: Valdez 2, Geer 3, Hanson 4, Niemczyk 14, Lammey 2, Ott 32, Flanigan 2. 3-pt: Ott 2, Geer.

West Bend East: Xiong 8, Dricken 13, Doedens 18, Zier 2, Habersetzer 9, Schensema 6, Williams 2. 3-pt: Doedens 4.

Ashwaubenon 56, New London 51

ASHWAUBENON — Addy Phipps had 14 points and Gianna Guarascio 11 as the Jaguars built a three-point lead at halftime and stayed on course the rest of the way.

Lizzie Steingraber was in full swing with the Bulldogs with 17 points, while Shelby Glodowski and Jensen Mix each had 10 points.

New London 26 25 – 51

Ashwaubenon 29 27 – 56

New London: K Mix 9, Glodowski 10, Steingraber 17, J Mix 10, Dalhoe 5. 3-pt: K Mix, Glodowski, Steingraber 3, J Mix 2. FT: 4-8. Fouls: 17.

Ashwaubenon: Raye 6, Guarascio 11, Zabel 7, Hutto 5, Senger 2, Phipps 14, Amenson 4, Daul 5, Kirst 2. 3-pt: Raye, Zabel, Hutto, Daul. Vz: 10-14. Fouls: 13.

Liberty 70, Kewaunee 11

KEWAUNEE — The Irish overpowered the storm and built a 34-point lead at halftime to claim the win.

Sadie Jarmolowicz led Freedom with 18 points. Kierstin Kriewaldt added 11.

Freedom 42 28 – 70

Kewaunee 8 3 – 11

Freedom: Jarmolowicz 18, Martzahl 3, Bartels 6, Kriewaldt 11, Bork 3, Murphy 7, Reed 9, Dickrell 4, Verhasselt 3, Brown 3, Ponschock 2, Cropsey 1. 3-pt: Jarmolowicz 2, Martzahl, Verhasselt, Murphy, Reed , Brown. Vz: 5-7. Fouls: 15.

Kewaunee: Walechka 3, Stangel 2, Chevalier 1, Riha 2, Demmin 2, Todd 1. Vz: 7-11. Fouls: 8.

Waupun 53, Menomonie 50

BEAVER DAM — Kayl Petersen scored 30 points as the Warriors held off Menomonie in overtime in the Beaver Dam Classic game.

Waupun: Aalsma 4, Vande Streek 6, Pearce 2, Harder 4, Gopalan 7, Petersen 30. 3-pt: Petersen 4, Aalsma. Gopalan. Vz: 3-8. Fouls: 14.

Lake Mills 61, Mosinee 42

MOSINEE — Lake Mills jumped to a big lead at halftime and continued to pull away in the second half.

Bella Pitta scored 16 points, including 10 from 12 from the free throw line to power the L-Cats. Emily Wollin added 13 points.

Mosinee was pushed ahead by Taelyn Jirschele with 16 points.

Seemühlen 34 27 – 61

Mosinee 24 18 – 42

sea ​​mills: E Wollin 13, Nielsen 7, Hosey 5, Burling 3, Guerrero 5, T Wollin 5, Pitta 16, Lepak 1, Kulow 6. 3-pt: E Wollin, Hosey, Guerrero. FT: 18-30. Fouls: 17.

Mosinee: Selle 3, H. Kramer 6, Wayerski 3, Fitzgerald 3, Carattini 4, Jirschele 16, Spink 5, Munoz 2. 3-pt: Jirschele 2. Vz: 8-12. foul play: 22.

Neillsville 55, Loyal 24

NEILLSVILLEThe Warriors limited the Greyhounds to eight points in the first half and drove to the win.

Paris Opelt led Neillsville by 18 points. Amelia Trunkel added 15.

Loyal was led by Alyssia Zvolena with eight points.

Loyal 8 16 – 24

Neillsville 30 25 – 55

Faithful: Al. Zvolena 8, Lindner 4, Wolf 3, Aut. Zvolena 2, Tellock 3, Rakovec 4. 3 point: Al. Zvolena 2, Wolf, Tellock. Vz: 4-7. Fouls: 19.

Neillsville: Rochester 9, Opelt 3, Subke 6, Trunkel 15, P. Opelt 18, Kuhn 4. 3-pt: Trunkel 3. FT: 12-17. Fouls: 13.

Colby 57, Greenwood 38

COLBY — Alexis Vanderhoof, Hillary Feiten and Kylie Orth each scored 11 points to lead the Hornets to victory over Greenwood.

Greenwood was led by Tatym Travis with nine points

Greenwood 17 21 – 38

Colby 29 28 – 57

greenwood: Wuthrich 4, Thomas 2, Davidson 5, Trampush 2, Lindner 8, Walde 4, Travis 9, Reiff 4. 3-pt: Wuthrich. FT: 9-22. Fouls: 19.

Kolby: A. Vanderhoof 11, Hernandez 7, Feiten 11, Willner 6, Hoeper 2, T. Vanderhoof 2, Orth 11, Trush 2, Thomsen 5. 3-pt: A. Vanderhoof, Hernandez, Feiten 2, Orth. Vz: 8-25. Fouls: 23.

Oostburg 75, Slinger 48

OOSTBURG — Ady Ketterhagen poured in 17 points and Caris Jaeger added 15 as the Flying Dutchmen built a huge first-half lead and drove to an outside-conference victory.

Jenna Soerens added 12 points for Oostburg.

Slinger was led by Mallory Hoitink with 14 points.

Slingshot 21 27 – 48

Ostburg 44 31 – 75

slinger: Longdin 5, Wolf 3, Cleary 2, Rhodes 2, Wagner 6, Zagel 6, Farenholz 7, Hoitink 14, Groeschel 3. 3-pt: Longdin, Farenholz, Hoitink. FT: 11-16. foul play: 22.

Ostburg: Wisse 8, Soerens 12, R. Ketterhagen 9, A. Ketterhagen 17, Jaeger 15, Ternes 8, Van Ess 1, Westerbeke 5. 3-pt: R. Ketterhagen, Jaeger 2, Ternes. FT: 19-31. Fouls: 16.

Random Lake 61, Sheboygan Falls 49

SHEBOYGAN FALLS — Halle Van Horn scored 22 points to lead the Rams to victory over the Falcons.

Abby Borchardt added 17 points for Random Lake, who led by eight points at halftime.

Julia Beeck and Addison Schliewe both scored 16 points to lead Sheboygan Falls.

Random Lake 31 30 – 61

Sheboygan Falls 23 26 – 49

Random lake: Abler 7, Borchardt 17, Arendt 2, Noll 4, Rathke 7, Theis 2, Van Horn 22.

Sheboygan cases: Beeck 16, A. Nickolai 2, Schliewe 16, Potokar 1, Schroeder 8, N. Nickolai 6.

Hilbert 46, Gibraltar 42

FISH CREEK – The Wolves beat the Vikings 15-5 at the free throw line and clinched the win.

Hilbert was led by Megan Woelfel with 18 points. Riley Polifka and Aubrie Diedrich added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Mikala Gorham led Gibraltar with 17 points and Colleen Carlisle added 13 points.

Hilbert 23 23 – 46

Gibraltar 21 21 – 42

Hilbert: Propson 5, Polifka 11, Diedrich 10, Woelfel 18, O’Leary 2. 3-pt: Diedrich. FT: 15-24. Fouls: 17.

Gibraltar: Carlisle 13, Prescott 3, Gorham 17, Reisen 4, Chomeau 5. 3 point: Prescott. Vz: 5-16. Fouls: 24.

Wittenberg Birnamwood 74, Rosholt 35

ROSHOLT — Reese Rogowski scored 25 points and had eight assists to lead the Chargers over the Hornets.

Rory Salvesen and Melaina Granquist added 16 and 15 points for the Chargers, respectively.

Wittenberg-Birnamwood 52 22 – 74

Rosholt 16 19 – 35

Wittenberg Birnamwood: Rogowski 25, Linke 3, Salvesen 16, Wendler 6, Stewart 5, Granquist 15, Milanowski 4. 3 point: Rogowski 4, Linke, Salvesen 2, Wendler. Vz: 16-20. Fouls: 10.

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