Here are the results of Friday’s high school sports in the Green Bay area

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FOOTBALL

Part 1

Bay Port 49, Milwaukee Riverside 0

SUAMICO – The third-seeded Pirates defeated sixth-seeded Riverside, racing to a 23-0 lead after one and 36-0 at halftime en route to the first victory.

Bay Port outgained Riverside 378-57 in total yards as Anthony LeFebre rushed for 146 yards and three touchdowns. Tevyn Montgomery, Anthony Lor and Brady Moon all added TDs.

Mikey Jones led the attack there, completing 7 of 11 passes for 64 yards and a score.

Milwaukee Riverside 0 0 0 0 – 0

Bay Port 23 13 6 7 – 49

SCORING GAMES

Part One

BP – Blake Buchinger 25 pass from Mikey Jones (Owen Bellisle kick), 10:26

BP – Tevyn Montgomery 6 run (Bellisle kick), 8:06

BP – Defense, 7:25

BP – Anthony LeFebre 11 run (Bellisle kick), 4:57

Part Two

BP – LeFebre 32 run (PAT failed), 7:39

BP – LeFebre 8 run (Bellisle kick), 3:21

Part Three

BP – Brady Moon 15 run (PAT failed), 6:23

The fourth part

BP – Anthony Lor 3 run (Bellisle kick), 2:02

LEADERS TOGETHER

Rushing: MR – Jahmyron Jackson 14-51; BP – LeFebre 20-146, Aiden Elinsky 6-65, Jones 5-56.

Passing: MR – Zaevion Yang 3-20-0-32; BP – Jones 7-11-0-64.

Receiving: MR – Jackson 2-20; BP – Buchinger 1-25.

Part 2

House 27, Pulaski 13

MEQUON — Bentley Hickman rushed for 162 yards and Tommy O’Hagan passed for 110 yards to lead the Highlanders to a win over the Red Raiders.

Homestead went up 8-0 on a pass from O’Hagan to Jonah Wenzler that covered 21 yards for a touchdown.

Pulaski stayed close with a 28-yard touchdown run by Trevor Schuessler in the first quarter and a 19-yard run by Schuessler in the third quarter but couldn’t get the score.

Schuessler led Pulaski with 59 yards rushing and 72 yards passing. Logan Shultz added 56 yards rushing.

Pulaski 7 0 6 0 – 13

House 8 7 6 6 – 27

SCORING GAMES

Part One

H – Jonah Wenzler 21 pass from Tommy O’Hagan (Dominic Bruno run)

P – Trevor Schuessler 28 run (Miles Wippel kick)

Part Two

H – Sean West 5 to O’Hagan (West kick)

Part Three

H – West 28 field goal

P – Schuessler 19 run (extra point failed)

H – West 29 field goal

The fourth part

H – Bentley Hickman 23 run (extra point missed)

LEADERS TOGETHER

Rushing: P – Schuessler 5-59, Ethan Schmidt 3-8, Logan Shultz 10-56, Spencer Hakes 7-19. H – O’Hagan 3-41, Hickman 29-162, Bruno 4-23.

Passing: P – Schmidt 9-15-0-72, Shultz 2-3-0-21. H – O’Hagan 8-12-0-110.

Receiving: P – Schuessler 7-32, Brayden Kamps 2-16, Hakes 1-11, Samuel Norman 1-34. H – Will Van Laanen 2-32, Wenzler 4-60, Bruno 1-13, West 1-5.

Part 3

Mount Horeb/Barneveld 41, Seymour 20

MOUNT HOREB – Kasey Helgeson completed 11 passes for 223 yards and four touchdowns to lead Mount Horeb/Barneveld to a win over the Thunder.

Seymour scored on a 5-yard run by Xavier Salzman in the first quarter, a 3-yard run by Salzman in the fourth quarter and a 41-yard pass from Cayden Staffeldt to Riley Young.

Seymour 6 0 0 14 – 20

Mount Horeb/Barneveld 18 16 7 0 – 41

SCORING GAMES

Part One

S – Xavier Salzman 5 runs (run failed)

MHB – Kasey Helgeson 12 run (T. Owens run)

MHB – Protection

MHB – Owen Preimesberger 9 pass from Helgeson (Landon Ellestad from Helgeson)

Part Two

MHB – Owen Aeschlimann 61 pass from Helgeson (Jack Wilson run)

MHB – Ellestad 11 pass from Helgeson (Wilson pass from Helgeson)

Part Three

MHB – Preimesberger 1 pass from Helgeson (Zach Maguire kick)

The fourth part

S – Salzman 3 run (run failed)

S – Riley Young 41 pass from Cayden Staffeldt (Keanu Chinana pass from Cayden Staffeldt)

Section 7

Randolph 34, Crivitz 33

RANDOLPH – The second-seeded Rockets overcame an 11-point third-quarter deficit to pull past the seventh-seeded Wolverines.

Crivitz led 33-22 entering the fourth quarter, but Nick Katsma had 19- and 7-yard scoring runs to power Randolph.

The Rockets led 22-14, but the Wolverines seemed to pull away with three consecutive goals.

Kaden Klaver found Kade Thoma for a 31-yard touchdown to close out the first half, trailing 22-20.

Crivitz then had a third quarter when Tegan Werner returned a second-half punt 71 yards for a score, and TJ Mueller scored on a field goal to give the Wolverines a double-digit lead.

Crivitz finished with 218 yards rushing, led by Mueller with 82 yards and two TDs, and Werner with 76 yards.

Klaver finished 6 of 10 for 80 yards.

Pictures 7 13 13 0 – 33

Results 8 14 0 12 – 34

SCORING GAMES

Part One

R – Ben Paul 10 run (Jacob Kile run)

C – TJ Mueller 1 run (Stephan Allard kick)

Part Two

R – Paul 5 run (Levi Wiersma run)

C – Kaden Klaver 3 run (Klaver kick)

R – Paul 1 run (pass failed)

C – Kade Thoma 31 pass from Klaver (run failed)

Part Three

C – Tegan Werner 71 kickoff return (run failed)

C – Mueller 1 run (Allard kick)

The fourth part

R – Nick Katsma 19 run (pass failed)

R – Katsma 7 run (pass failed)

LEADERS TOGETHER

Rushing: C – Mueller 19-82, Werner 10-76; R – Katsma 17-109, Paul 18-83, Carter Meredith 16-80.

Passing: C – Klaver 6-10-1-80; R – Meredith 3-3-0-52.

Receiving: C – Thomas 3-58, Werner 2-20; R – Katsma 1-16, Meredith 1-12.

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Kaukauna 3, Green Bay Notre Dame 0

KAUKAUNA – The fourth-seeded Ghosts got off to a fast start and cruised to a 25-15, 25-15, 25-23 win over the fifth-seeded Tritons in the WIAA sectional.

Kaukauna’s power players were Jack Van Epern with 13 kills and 6 aces, Andrew Vande Hey with 10 kills and 14 digs, Brady Schultz with five kills and three blocks, Jack McCartney with 16 assists, Nolan Laflen with 11 assists, Jade Breckheimer with 26 digs . and Brady Mayer with two blocks.

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