It was the Chad Kron and Dalton Banks show for North boys basketball on Tuesday night as the pair combined for 50 points and nine 3-pointers in the Huskies’ 62-39 victory against River Falls.
Banks scored 30 points while Kron notched 20, 18 of which coming on six 3-pointers. As a team, the Huskies made 11 shots from beyond the arc and held the Wildcats to nine points in the second half to earn a comeback victory.
D.C. Everest 85, Chippewa Falls 83 (OT): Tyler Robarge poured in 29 points and pulled down 12 rebounds, but the Evergreens sunk 15 3-point baskets and prevailed in overtime.
Joe Reuter had 19 points, while Peyton Rogers-Schmidt added 18 for the Cardinals.
Bloomer 54, Ladysmith 28: Elle Kramschuster scored 16 points and hit four 3-pointers as the Blackhawks moved to 4-0.
Marshfield 52, North 36: The Huskies hit five 3-pointers but couldn’t stop Marshfield’s Jenna Jakobi and Kaydee Johnson, who combined for 31.
Durand 67, Glenwood City 29: The Panthers had balanced scoring, getting 13 from Emily Annis and 10 from Julia Hayden and Emma Hansen as they moved to 5-0.
Regis 46, Osseo-Fairchild 40: Regis earned bragging rights over the team they split the conference title with last season thanks to 17 points from Teryn Karlstad. Osseo-Fairchild’s Sophiah Filla led all scorers with 19 and hit all four of the Thunder’s 3s.
Cochrane-Fountain City 56, Immanuel Lutheran 34: Isabelle Ostrem scored 16 as the Pirates earned their first victory of the season.
Flambeau 51, New Auburn 45: Zoey Rada’s 18 for New Auburn wasn’t enough in this close contest.
Mondovi 59, Spring Valley 37: Rian Evans scored 14 and Josie Hulke nine as the Buffaloes earned their first win.
Stanley-Boyd 47, Cadott 35: Arianna Mason scored 21 as the Orioles earned their first win and pushed Cadott back to .500.
Menomonie 68, La Crosse Logan 58: Shelby Thornton led a balanced scoring effort with 13 points.
Superior 6, Chippewa Falls 2: The Cardinals got out to a 2-0 lead in the first thanks to goals from Isaac Lindstrom and Brady Fixmer but weren’t able to hold off Superior.
Onalaska 6, North 5: The Hilltoppers lost a two-goal lead in the second period only to flip the script and erase a one-tally deficit in the third period before netting the game-winner in overtime.
Johan Akervik, Joey Koller, Jack Echternach and Sam Stange scored for North. Akervik found the back of the net twice for the Huskies.
Baldwin-Woodville 10, RAM 1: Tommy Schmidt scored RAM’s lone goal, while Keaton Camero made 47 saves.
ECA Stars 1, Black River Falls 0: Lauren Carmody scored the only goal of the game, with an assist from Charlotte Akervik, six minutes into the third period.
Western Wisconsin 8, Chippewa Falls/Menomonie 1: Emme Bergh scored the lone goal for CFM.