Here are Friday’s high school sports scores for the Appleton area




Invitation Gil Frank

KIMBERLY – Kimberly and West De Pere easily outpaced the competition in the boys’ encounter, with the Papermakers taking first place with 174.25 points and the Phantoms second with 149.

Freedom, Kaukauna, Green Bay Preble, Little Chute, Fox Valley Lutheran, Manitowoc, Xavier and Waupaca finished third through 10th respectively.

In girls, West De Pere took first place with 148.5 points. Kaukauna, Freedom and Kimberly finished second, third and fourth with 127.5, 121 and 115 points respectively. Manitowoc, Green Bay Preble, Little Chute, Fox Valley Lutheran, Xavier and Waupaca finished fifth through 10th respectively.

On the boys’ side, Cam Wnek of Kimberly swept the hurdles, winning the 110 meter event with a time of: 15.72 and the 300 meter hurdles with a time of: 40.10.

West De Pere’s Noah Jahnke won the 1600 (4:31.26) and the 3200 (9:35.22).

On the girls’ side, West De Pere’s Ellie Drews won the 100m hurdles (:16.16) and the 300m hurdles (:46.73). Her teammate Eliza Aitken won the pole vault at a height of 12-3 and the 200 (:25.00).

Kaukauna’s Alexa Kinas won the triple jump (35-0) and the 400 (:57.94).

Brillion Sting Cancer Invitational

BRILLION – Manitowoc Lutheran edged Kiel for the women’s title 147-146.83, while Kiel amassed 177 points to claim the men’s title.

St. Mary Catholic, Brillion, Wrightstown, Roncalli, Chilton and Mishicot finished third through eighth, respectively, in the girls’ meet.

Brillion, Wrightstown, St. Mary Catholic, Manitowoc Lutheran, Roncalli, Mishicot and Chilton finished second through eighth respectively in boys.

On the girls’ side, Manitowoc Lutheran’s Emily Marohn swept the hurdles (:50.60, 300 meters; :17.45, 100 meters) and also won the triple jump (34-1.75). His teammate Brooklyn Luebke won the 1600m with a time of 5:32.74, the 800m with a time of 2:29.03 and the 3200m with a time of 12:21.43. Monraye Ermis won the shot put with a throw of 35-11 and the discus throw with a throw of 107-11.

Megan Schuman of Brillion won the 200 (:28.12) and the high jump (16-9.50).

In the boys’ meet, Logan Peters of Wrightstown won the discus with a throw of 147-1 and the shot put with a throw of 41-9.

Roncalli’s Brayden Riemer won the 100 (:11.41) and 200 (:23.68), as well as the 400 (:53.21).

Brillion’s Alex Metko won the 1600m and 3200m with times of 4:40.18 and 10:18.82, respectively.

Neenah Invitation

NEENAH – Stevens Point had 222 points to win the boys’ encounter, while Appleton North had 192.2 to win the girls’ encounter. Bay Port and Neenah finished second and third, respectively, in the two encounters.

On the boys’ side, Stevens Point’s Sunhoney Xiong won the long jump and triple jump with jumps of 21-6.25 and 43-1, respectively.

The other double winner of the competition was Devin Williams of Oshkosh North, who won the 100m and 400m with times of :11.56 in the 100 and :50.18 in the 400.

On the girls’ side, Ryan Guest of Appleton North won the long jump and triple jump with jumps of 16-7 and 34-4, respectively. Appleton North’s other double winner in the individual events was Kalea Weyenberg. She finished first in the 100m with a time of: 12.99 and first in the 200m with a time of: 25.44.

Mazie Olkowski of Neenah took first place in the 800m with a time of 2:34.08 and first in the 1600m with a time of 5:31.63.


Appleton North 9, Appleton East 8

APPLETON — The Lightning scored six runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to rally for the win.

The Patriots led 4-0 in three innings and led 6-1 before the start of the fifth.

Raegen Schwarz had three hits, including a double, and drove in two runs for North. Tatum Beggs and Callie Weber both had two hits and an RBI.

Serena Timmer had three hits, including a home run and a double, and drove in three runs for the Patriots. Clare Rettler had two hits, including a triple, and two RBIs. Macie Rodriguez had two hits and an RBI.

The teams combined for 22 hits.

Liberty 1-5, Luxembourg-Casco 0-0

FREEDOM — Naleyah Bork threw a no-hitter, striking out 10 as the Irish won the first game of the twinbill, scoring once in the sixth. Rachel Koss was 2 for 3 to beat Freedom offensively.

In the final drink, Bork followed up his gem by throwing a three-hitter, walking three and striking out eight.

Freedom scored twice in the third and three times in the seventh. Seven different Irish players had hits with Lauren Scheibe leading with two RBIs, while Koss homered.


Freedom 12, Waupaca 2

FREEDOM – Jace Midbon threw four innings on four hits and also had two RBIs in the Irishman’s win over the Comets.

Nate Senso pitched the final two innings, allowing one hit.

Carter Kriewaldt had two hits for Freedom, while Matt Wyngaard and Grant Meulemans both had two RBIs. Jamison Rudie scored twice for Freedom, which benefited from 10 walks from Waupaca pitchers.

Henry Williams had two hits for Waupaca. Vin Nikola scored twice.

Wrightstown 10, Fox Valley Lutheran 3

APPLETON – The Tigers started fast as they scored once in the first and four times in the second and third.

Jack Severson was 4 for 4 with a double and three RBIs, while Trevor Vande Hey was 3 for 4 with a double and four RBIs. Preston Winkler also had two hits for Wrightstown.

Ethan Melso doubled to lead the Foxes offense.

Chilton 6, Valders 3

CHILTON — Austin Grube had two hits and Ryan Pierquet stole three bases to lead the Tigers.

Grube had a brace and an RBI. Hunter Rolbiecki made two points for Chilton.

Max Mueller pitched four innings for the victory. He allowed three runs (two earned) and struck out three. Alex Breckheimer pitched three innings, allowed no hits and struck out seven.

Kayden Kish, Otis Berge and Mason Meyers doubled for Valders.

Seymour 8, Father West 5

SEYMOUR — Braden DeBruin was 3-for-3 with two RBIs as Seymour scored five times in the second and led 8-2 after five before holding off West De Pere.

Ethan Volz, Will DeBruin, JT Minlschmidt and Lucas Leisgang were all 2-on-2 with Volz and Will DeBruin scoring twice and Leisgang adding two RBIs. Mason Pautz also doubled for the Thunder.

Carter Schmidt paced West De Pere, going 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI, while Carter Durge doubled and drove in two runs.

Hilbert 6, Algoma 1

HILBERT — Sam Bradley, Parker Kleppen and Coltin Casper all had two hits as Wolves scored once in the first, twice in the fourth, once in the fifth and twice in the sixth to seal the win.

Carson Grenzer took the win, going six innings, walking two, allowing three hits and striking out nine.

Jack Cole scored Algoma’s point in the seventh.


Neenah 6, University School of Milwaukee 1

Solomon Dunsirn N def. Max Watchmaker 3-6, 6-2, 10-8; David Murphy N def. Srikar Mudili 6-2, 6-0; Carl Hein N beats. Williams win 6-1, 6-0; Ben Kotchen N defeated. Miles Gourlay 6-3, 6-1.

Nolan Kubiak/Khaled Saleh N def. Shaan Sharma/Joe Zimmerman, 6-2, 6-2; Henry Werner/Satchel Moss N def. Jack Savage/Joey Darrow 6-4, 6-0; Marko Gajic/Jack Gilpin USM defeats. Leyton Daharsh/Jaxon King 2-6, 6-3, 10-8.

Middleton 4, Neenah 3

Solomon Dunsirn N def. Ethan Bo 6-1, 6-0; Ian Connell M def. David Murphy 6-0, 6-3; Jonathan Kim M beats. Carl Hein 6-1, 6-1; Aarush Gupta M defeated. Ben Kotchen 6-0, 6-0.

Nolan Kubiak/Khaled Saleh N def. Ilya Rice/Kieran Gopal 6-4, 6-0; Henry Werner/Satchel Moss N def. Saketh Peddireddy/Franklin Hu 6-3, 6-2; Bodi Russo/Neel Mukherjee M def. Leyton Daharsh/Jaxon King 6-2, 3-6, 10-8.

Neenah 5, New Trier 2

Solomon Dunsirn N def. E. Jamon 6-0, 6-0; David Murphy N def. Alex Kaufman 6-1, 6-0; Carl Hein N beats. Daniel Tribe 6-3, 6-1; Ben Kotchen N defeated. Roma Fradkin 6-0, 6-2.

Nolan Kubiak/Khaled Saleh N def. TJ Dale/Will Tritley 6-2, 6-2; Daniel Matten/Daniel Chaney NT def. Henry Werner/Satchel Moss 6-3, 6-2; Sergio Romero/Nahlin Kundu NT def. Leyton Daharsh/Jaxon King 6-1, 6-2.


East Appleton 175, West Appleton 184

At Winagamie, par 36

Appleton East: Jake Prestigiacomo 43, Owen Lutes 43, Kenny Kapheim 44, Aidan O’Hagan 45.

Appleton West: Collin Evers 43, Prestyn Evers 43, Lucas Burry 46, Thomas Wendt 52.

Grand Eastern Conference

At Town & Country, par 36


Kohler: Lucas Albrecht 39, Everett Schroeder 39, Donny Sobecki 40, Reece Breitenbach 42.

St. Mary’s Catholic: Spencer Lynch 37 (medal winner), Danny Griffith 46, Dane Anderson 47, Grant Hansen 49.

Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah: Carson Mersberger 41, Jake Ganga 43, Kean O’Neil 47.

Howard’s Grove: Payton Bender 43, Clayton Melis 47.

Stockholm: Emery Wiese47.

Valders Par 3 Invitational

At Seven Lakes Golf Club, par 54


billion: Dylan Welch 79, Ethan Fischer 82, Danny VanderZanden 85, Grant Rosner 95.

From Father: Trevor Theado 85, Ty Beres 88, Ty Rao 91, Jackson Blahnik 94.

Denmark: Lucas Rabas 89, Nate Lambrecht 90, Bing Harper 92, Max Larsen 98.

Kiel: Parker Dallman 65, Seth Dahmer 79, Mitchel Endries 81, Jack Ramminger 82.

Luxembourg-Casco: Matt Zellner 99, Cole Anderson 108, Caleb Derenne 108, Dom Lemens 128.

Manitowoc Lincoln: JJ Campion 81, Ben Conrad 87, Kent Steckman 96, Arden Kuik 110.

Roncali: John Oberbroeckling 64 (medal winner), Luke Pautz 70, Will Falconer 71, Owen Just 71.

New Holstein: Leo Malson 87, Alex Roers 100, Calvin Householder 104, Grier Abhold 118.

Sheboygan Falls: Jack Guentner 65, Nolan Buchaklian 68, Braeden Ziegelbauer 69, Jack Louko 70.

Value: Jackson Olson 77 years old, Thane Harrington 87 years old, Keith Vetting 88 years old, Will Sieracki 90 years old.

West Of Father: Darrien Thomas 68 years old, Josh Oliviera 79 years old, Cody Gevers 80 years old, Jozef Kralovec 89 years old.

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