Chippewa Falls' Caelan Givens drives to the hoop during the girls basketball game at Chippewa Falls on November 27, 2018. View more photos at LeaderTelegramPhotos.com

Caelan Givens surpassed the 1,000 career point milestone by scoring 15 as the Chippewa Falls girls basketball team defeated Superior 65-44 on Tuesday.

The junior hit the milestone with a free throw in the second half. Her career total sits at 1,002 after the win.

Aaliyah McMillan scored a game-high 23 points to lead the Cardinals in the victory.

North 69, La Crosse Logan 33: Three players scored in double figures for the Huskies, who made seven 3-pointers as a squad.

Laura Swenson’s 14 points led North, while Jenna Haselwander added 12 and Abby Dreger scored 10. Sydnie Steinmetz made three triples for the Huskies.

McDonell 69, Stanley-Boyd 56: Abby Wampler caught fire for the Macks, scoring 29 points to lead them to a Western Cloverbelt victory.

Hannah Sykora added 14 for McDonell, while Lily Hoel led the Orioles with 15 points.

Altoona 56, Thorp 39: Kayla Wiggins and Averie Varsho put on a show for the Railroaders, scoring 20 and 18 points, respectively.

Varsho knocked down three 3-pointers. Hailey Zurakowski led Thorp with eight points.

Osseo-Fairchild 51, Fall Creek 38: Madison Hugdahl and Makayla Steinke teamed up to score 31 of the Thunder’s points.

Hugdahl had a game-high 18, and Steinke finished with 13. Gianna Vollrath led Fall Creek with 10 points.

Elk Mound 57, Mondovi 24: Morgan Radkte’s big day lifted the Mounders. She scored 16 points, and Elk Mound got a boost from Brooke Plaszcz’s 10 points.

Bloomer 49, St. Croix Central 18: Vanessa Jenneman nearly outscored the opposition, posting 16 points for the Blackhawks. Isabella Jenneman, Emma Seibel and Sierra Raine scored seven apiece for Bloomer.

Boys basketball

North 70, Rice Lake 47: Dalton Banks proved to be too much for the Warriors to handle, and a 3-point parade helped the Huskies cruise.

Banks scored a game-high 29 points and North knocked down 12 triples. Five came from Banks, while Ashton Kallstrom connected on four 3s of his own and finished with 16 points.

Peyton Buckley led Rice Lake with 13 points.

Hudson 73, Menomonie 68 (OT): Jace Kressin scored 16 points, but the Mustangs came up just short in overtime.

Jake Ebert scored 10 for Menomonie. Hudson’s Keyser Helterbrand led all scorers with 20 points.

Bloomer 64, Barron 24: A well-rounded effort saw the Blackhawks soar to victory.

Zach Ruf had a game-high 13 points for Bloomer. Bradley Sarauer added 10, while Caleb Ruf (9), John Bleskacek (8) and Loren Stolt (8) all chipped in.

Eleva-Strum 47, Independence 37: Nick Higley led the Cardinals with 11 points to help them notch their third victory of the season.

Sam Killian’s game-high 13 points weren’t quite enough to lift the Indees.

Augusta 71, Gilmanton 53: Andrew Perkovich led all scorers with 19 points to power the Beavers.

Tanner Alix and Ryan Grunewald added 16 and 13 points for Augusta, respectively.

New Richmond 50, Baldwin-Woodville 49: The Blackhawks, led by Hunter Clausen’s 13 points, came up just short in Middle Border action.

Boys hockey

Amery 6, RAM 3: Nolan Hellegers, Nick Madson and Brooks Wahl all scored for RAM. Keaton Comero made 51 saves in net.