Abby Wampler scored a game-high 28 points to lead the Chippewa Falls McDonell girls basketball team to a 76-56 win over Stanley-Boyd in Western Cloverbelt Conference action on Friday.
Maggie Craker added 16 points in the win for the Macks.
Lily Hoel poured in 15 points, but it wasn’t enough to lift the Orioles.
Altoona 56, Thorp 34: Keelyn Marlaire scored a game-high 16 points for Altoona, while Kayla Wiggins added 14.
Cassidy Stroinski’s 10 points led Thorp.
North 61, River Falls 54: Jenna Haselwander scored 18 points and Laura Swenson 14 as the Huskies were able to withstand a 27-point performance from River Falls’ Kylie Strop.
Menomonie 47, Memorial 33: The Mustangs had three scorers in double digits, led by Lexi Hastings with 16, as they moved to 3-1.
Regis 48, Cadott 40: Teryn Karlstad scored 19, while Morgan Rohrscheib had 12.
Fall Creek 53, Osseo-Fairchild 44: Katelyn Hong led the Crickets with 13 points and two 3-pointers.
Eleva-Strum 67, Lincoln 33: The Cardinals, backed by 20 points from Brianna Nelson, handed Lincoln its first loss of the season.
Ladysmith 42, Barron 37, 2OT: Emily Egle had 11 points as the Lumberjills pulled off the win in extra time.
Lake Holcombe 40, Immanuel 38: Morgan Lechleitner scored 16 as the Chieftains pulled off the tight victory. Morgan Bobek led the Lancers with 10 points.
Independence 49, Blair-Taylor 34: The Indees won a battle of previously undefeated teams thanks to 14 points from Nicole Filla and 13 from Brianna Truog, who hit three shots from long range.
Alma/Pepin 57, Gilmanton 50: Alma/Pepin earned its first win of the season as Maci Luff scored 21.
Colfax 78, Ellsworth 60: The Vikings got a strong showing from 3-point range, hitting 13 as a team. George Scharlau was the hottest from long range, nailing five 3-pointers.
Ben Thompson led the team with 27 points, while Scharlau had 19.
Durand 71, Baldwin-Woodville 57: Durand moved to 2-0 thanks to 17 points a piece from Fletcher Weiss and Riley Radle.
Barron 53, Amery 52: Warren Williams hit three 3-pointers and scored 19 points for the Golden Bears.
Merrill/Wausau East 7, RAM 4: Nolan Hellegers had two goals and an assist in the losing effort.
Waunakee 4, Menomonie 1: Ryan Sisko scored for the Mustangs, but they couldn’t overcome Waunakee’s three power-play goals.
Chippewa Falls/Menomonie 4, Northland Pines 1: Kendall Rudiger scored twice for Chippewa Falls/Menomonie, while Haley Frank made 30 saves in net.