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Division 1 sectional semifinals

Kimberly 63, Kaukauna 59

OSHKOSH – Kate McGinnis hit a 3-pointer and MaKenzie Drout made four free throws in overtime to help the Papermakers edge past the Ghosts.

The game went into overtime when Raegan Krueger scored on a layup off a pass from McGinnis as regulation ended. Alexa Kinas had put Kaukauna ahead by two when she hit a runner with 10 seconds left.

Drout led Kimberly with 21 points while McGinnis finished with 13 for the Papermakers (16-11), who trailed by six at halftime and were down by nine early in the second half.

Kaukauna (19-8) was led by Kinas with 26 points. She scored 18 points in the second half and overtime. Savanna Robinson added 16 points.

Kaukauna  30  26  3   –  59

Kimberly  24  32  7  –  63

Kaukauna: Kinas 26, Baumgart 9, Robinson 16, Ebben 8. 3-pt: Baumgart, Ebben. FT: 13-19. Fouls: 16.

Kimberly: B. Drout 5, Urban 3, Kilpatrick 8, Deitrich 3, McGinnis 13, Paveletzke 2, M. Drout 21, Krueger 8. 3-pt: B. Drout, Urban, Kilpatrick 2, M. Drout. FT: 10-15. Fouls: 16.

Hortonville 69, Wausau West 41

STEVENS POINT – Rainey Welson scored 18 points to lead the Polar Bears to the sectional semifinal win.

Jada Stuewer added 15 points and Paige Lillie scored 11 for Hortonville.

The Warriors were led by Molly Anderson with 16 points and Lexie White with nine.

Wausau West  25  16  –  41

Hortonville  39  30  –  69

Hortonville: Gebauer 1, Welson 18, Heraly 7, Werner 7, Stuewer 15, Mocadlo 7, Lillie 11, Funk 3.

Neenah 74, Eau Claire Memorial 65

SCHOFIELD – Allie Ziebell scored 37 points and was 12-for-12 at the free throw line to lead the Rockets to the win.

Rowan Klesmit added 16 points for Neenah.

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Division 2 sectional semifinals

Notre Dame 72, Fox Valley Lutheran 24

ASHWAUBENON – Trista Fayta scored 21 points and Peyton Musial added 15 to lead the Tritons past the Foxes.

Hope Barington and Kaia Waldrop added 11 points each for the Tritons. Notre Dame had a 19-0 run in the first half to pull away and lead 34-11 at the half.

Notre Dame’s leading scorer Gracie Grzesk didn’t score in the game, a testament to the Tritons’ formidable roster.

“We kind of told Gracie at halftime if you don’t score a single point, ‘Oh well,’ because we’re up 23 points at this point and at halftime,” Notre Dame coach Sara Rohde said. “The rest of the game I didn’t know if they would stay in their Triangle-and-2 action.

“Credit to all my other girls. They were aggressive and they stepped up. We kind of prepared for that because we knew that that’s what they did to us last year. They forced the other girls to shoot. And our girls are all capable so I’m really proud that they stepped up and shot the ball and were aggressive.”

Alayna Feidt had eight points and Emily Jaenke added seven to lead FVL (24-4).

Notre Dame (26-1), the two-time defending D2 champ, will play Cedarburg in a sectional final for the right to head to the Resch Center.

“We played them a little bit this summer,” Rohde said. “They’re a guard-heavy team from the little bit I’ve watched from them. They have a lot of solid guards. They seem to communicate pretty well defensively. They pack in and switch a lot of screens, so I’m sure they’ll be good because they always have a very good program. It’s always Beaver Dam or Cedarburg coming out of that sectional final.”

Fox Valley Lutheran  11  13  –  24

Notre Dame  34  38  –  72

Fox Valley Lutheran: Riesop 2, Krueger 2, Feidt 8, Loberger 3, Meier 2, Jaenke 7. 3-pt: Loberger, Jaenke. FT: 4-10. Fouls: 16.

Notre Dame: Barington 11, DeMoulin 4, Fayta 21, Whitehouse 5, Waldrop 11, Greisen 5, Musial 15. 3-pt: Fayta 3, Whitehouse, Musial 3. FT: 15-23. Fouls: 11.

Division 3 sectional semifinals

Waupun 44, Lake Mills 40

BEAVER DAM – Kayl Petersen scored 21 points to lead the Warriors to the sectional semifinal victory.

Petersen made back-to-back 3-pointers as Waupun went on a 9-1 scoring run to start the second half and take the lead. Waupun never trailed again.

Petersen had 13 points in the second half.

Lydia Aalsma and Gracie Gopalan both added seven points for Waupun.

Lake Mills was led by Emily Wollin with 12 points.

Lake Mills 25 15 – 40

Waupun 21 23 – 44

Waupun: Aalsma 7, Vandestreek 3, Harder 6, Gopalan 7, Petersen 21. 3-pt: Petersen 5, Gopalan, Aalsma. FT: 1-8. Fouls: 16.

Kewaskum 54, Oostburg 49

GERMANTOWN – Despite making just 11-of-25 free throws, Kewaskum defeated the Flying Dutchmen.

Morgan Adams and Julia Steger scored 16 and 14 points, respectively, to lead Kewaskum.

Oostburg finishes its season with a 24-3 record.

Division 4 sectional semifinals

St. Mary Catholic 84, Westfield 72

RIPON – The Zephyrs made 19-of-21 free throw attempts in the second half in their win over the Pioneers.

Chloe Vogel led St. Mary Catholic with 26 points. She was 13-of-13 from the free throw line and scored 15 of her points in the second half. Emily Vogel added 23 points for SMC, with Audrey Norville and Lauren Ripley contributing 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Carly Drew led Westfield with 28 points. She scored 17 in the second half. Sidney Hoffa was the only other Westfield player to score in double figures. She had 14.

Westfield 31 41 – 72

St. Mary Catholic 37 47 – 84

Westfield: Showen 9, Halversen 2, Drew 28, S. Hoffa 14, N. Hoffa 9, Lentz 7, Bitsky 3. 3-pt: Drew 3, N. Hoffa. FT: 10-16. Fouls: 21.

St. Mary Catholic: C. Vogel 26, E. Vogel 23, Ripley 10, Norville 11, N. Anderson 6, S. Anderson 8. 3-pt: C. Vogel, E. Vogel 3, Ripley, Norville, S. Anderson 2. FT: 26-30. Fouls: 18.

State scores

Division 1

Hortonville 69, Wausau West 41

Neenah 74, Eau Claire Memorial 65

Germantown 73, Divine Savior Holy Angels 32

Kimberly 63, Kaukauna 59

Arrowhead 72, Verona 57

Brookfield East 57, Oregon 27

Franklin 46, Oak Creek 38

Kettle Moraine 77, Kenosha Bradford 35

Division 2

Lakeland 77, New London 46

Menomonie 56, Tomah 31

Cedarburg 53, Grafton 30

Notre Dame 72, Fox Valley Lutheran 24

McFarland 61, Monona Grove 58

Union Grove 52, Waukesha West 51

Pewaukee 67, Martin Luther 31

Pius XI Catholic 59, Wauwatosa East 41

Division 3

Somerset 57, St. Croix Falls 47

West Salem 44, Elk Mound 35

Freedom 59, Wrightstown 39

Kewaskum 54, Oostburg 49

Prairie du Chien 46, Platteville 42

Waupun 44, Lake Mills 40

Milwaukee Academy of Science 54, Dominican 39

Racine Lutheran 54, Jefferson 48

Division 4

Colfax 67, Phillips 56

Neillsville 60, Fall Creek 35

Mishicot 42, Bonduel 40

St. Mary Catholic 84, Westfield Area 72

Aquinas 64, Bangor 39

Cuba City 56, New Glarus 50

Laconia 69, Winnebago Lutheran Academy 53

The Prairie School 88, Random Lake 67

Division 5

McDonell Central 61, Prairie Farm 57

Siren 70, South Shore 48

Edgar 38, Assumption 36

Laona/Wabeno 44, Sevastopol 29

Belmont 34, Kickapoo 24

Blair-Taylor 57, Hillsboro 55

Albany 53, Barneveld 39

Oakfield 52, Lourdes Academy 47

Saturday’s sectional finals

(Sites, times subject to change)

Division 1

Neenah vs. Hortonville at Appleton East, 2 p.m.

Germantown vs. Kimberly at Manitowoc, 1:30 p.m.

Division 2

Notre Dame vs. Cedarburg at Oshkosh West, 1 p.m.

Division 3

Freedom vs. Kewaskum at Denmark

Waupun vs. Prairie du Chien at Madison Edgewood, 1 p.m.

Division 4

Neillsville vs. Colfax at TBD, 1:30 p.m.

St. Mary Catholic vs. Mishicot at D.C. Everest

Laconia vs. The Prairie School at Slinger, 1 p.m.

Division 5

Edgar vs. Wabeno/Laona at Rhinelander, 2 p.m.

Oakfield vs. Albany at Kettle Moraine

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