Logan Mulhern caught fire and nearly outscored the competition, lighting up the scoreboard for 42 points as the Osseo-Fairchild boys basketball team defeated Stanley-Boyd 88-57 on Thursday night.
Ryan Myhers and Caden Boettcher added 13 points apiece for Osseo-Fairchild. Clayton Carlson led the Orioles with 14.
Altoona 86, Cadott 56: Jake Meyer provided 24 points to lead Altoona.
Gage Turner (13), Nate McMahon (11) and Gage Eisold (10) had strong nights for Altoona.
Fall Creek 51, Thorp 43: A 25-point night from Joey Kinderman helped lift the Crickets to victory.
Marcus Cline added 11 for Fall Creek.
Elk Mound 45, Glenwood City 33: Rian Flynn, Nate Lew and Brett Lew all scored 10 points for the Mounders.
Durand 66, Boyceville 25: The Panthers got 13 points from Christian O’Keefe, who hit three times from deep.
Spring Valley 59, Elmwood/Plum City 23: Aaron Borgerding scored 18 for the Cardinals.
Augusta 67, Immanuel Lutheran 45: Ashlyn Korger led the way for the Beavers with 23 points.
Eleva-Strum 68, Gilmanton 42: Brianna Nelson led the Cardinals with 18 points.
Bloomer 64, Cumberland 7: All 12 Blackhawks players scored, led by Isabella Jenneman with 10.
Eau Claire North 6, River Falls 3: Zach Urdahl and Sam Stange scored two goals apiece for the Huskies, who also got goals from Jack Echternach and Joey Koller.
Eau Claire Memorial 7, Menomonie 1: The Old Abes won big in conference action.
Hudson 4, Chippewa Falls 0: Two first-period goals helped lift Hudson.
Baldwin-Woodville 5, RAM 4: Peyton Meyer, Nolan Hellegers, Bennett Seelen and Nick Madsen all scored for RAM.
Eau Claire Area 2, St. Croix Valley 0: Paige Ruppert and Ava Kison scored, while Naomi Stow made 20 saves in a shutout.
Eau Claire North 43, Rice Lake 30: Bryce Hurd, Ethan Johnson and Carter Duerkop all won for the Huskies.