Scores are listed by division then sectional, then alphabetically by winner. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Division 1 Sectional 1 Regional Second Round …
De Pere got a late boost from team manager Nate Wagner in his second career game.
It was a low-scoring affair in the first half, then both teams’ offense came alive in the second.
It began as a close game. Then the Vikings widened the lead and never looked back.
Statewide basketball scores for Thursday’s games
Members of the Wisconsin men’s basketball team are safe after their plane made an emergency landing in Pittsburgh overnight.
Thursday night has the makings of a milestone night for Green Bay Phoenix women’s head coach Kevin Borseth.
The top 4 teams in the Horizon League are undefeated at home. Friday, Valparaiso had home court advantage.
In what was a tight game, try as they might, Little Chute failed to score in the final 3:53 of the game.
First place in girls’ basketball in the Bay Conference was on the line Friday
Xavier had a commanding lead going into halftime, but the Irish made a miraculous and threatening comeback in the second half.
The pressure’s on in the Bay Conference boys’ basketball race
After a close first half, 2nd-place Valders more than doubled Roncalli’s scoring in the second.
Milwaukee won twice in Green Bay last year, but the Phoenix men dropped the hammer early — and kept on hammering.
Despite his handicap, Little Chute’s Parker Wyngaard was destined to play basketball.
Sykes needs just 7 points to vault past 2nd place on the Phoenix all-time scoring list, behind Tony Bennett.
The first-place Green Bay Phoenix women traveled to face cellar-dwelling Valparaiso Thursday
Freedom has become a force to be reckoned with, but Thursday they met the Mustangs and one-handed shooting guard Parker Wyngaard.
Algoma and Southern Door are #1 and #2 in the Packerland, but the Wolves dominated.
The Crusaders were in command in the first half, but Keifer Sykes found some openings in the second.