BLOOMER — The Bloomer boys basketball team rode 28 points from Bradley Sarauer and 18 more from Payton Dachel to stay unbeaten with a 64-41 over Barron on Tuesday.

The Blackhawks (9-0, 6-0) were 58.3 percent from the field in a lights-out shooting performance. That included four 3-pointers, and they were also perfect from the free throw line in four attempts.

Bloomer cruised out to a 32-19 lead in the first half, and held serve in the second to grab the win.

Aaron Price and Loren Stolt both added six points apiece for the Blackhawks. Mitchell Fornell led Barron (5-6, 3-3) with 12 points.

Bloomer travels to Hayward on Friday looking for its 10th straight win.

Thorp 69, Colby 45

At Thorp, the Cardinals were good across the board in a nonconference victory.

Thorp (7-5) ran out to a 35-20 lead in the first half to put the game out of reach early.

Ryan Jacque led the Cardinals with 14 points. Reece Drost scored 12 for Thorp, while Austin Lagasse, Ethan Reis and Isaac Soumis all added nine. Ryan Stunkel scored eight points.

Alex Schmitt and Matt Stewart both scored 13 points for Colby (0-10).

Thorp returns to action on Thursday at home against Fall Creek.

Girls Basketball

New Auburn 63, Lac Courte Oreilles 29

At New Auburn, Anna Koteras had a game-high 22 points to lead the Trojans past Lac Court Oreilles (0-7) in nonconference game.

New Auburn (5-5) held a 33-15 advantage after one half of play.

The Trojans had 33 steals in the game. Koteras and Nadia Rada each had 10, while Faith Baker added six.

Rada also finished second on the team in scoring with 15 points and had seven rebounds and five assists. Zoey Rada scored 12 points in support.

New Auburn returns to conference play on Tuesday, when they host Lake Holcombe.

Chi-Hi 72, Superior 45

At Superior, the Cardinals cruised to a nonconference win over the Spartans (6-5).

Chi-Hi (8-4) was up 32-24 after the first half of play.

Brystal Roshell had a game-high 24 points in the win. Caelean Givens scored 19 and Ashley Hanley knocked down two of the four Cardinals 3-pointers for 10 points.

Chi-Hi is back on the court on Friday at home versus Eau Claire North.

McDonell 57, Cadott 26

At Cadott, McDonell cruised to a Western Cloverbelt Conference victory.

The Macks rushed out to a 31-8 lead in the first half, burying the Hornets early.

Abby Opsal and Megan Baier led McDonell with 12 points each, and Maggie Craker added eight. Cailin Rineck led Cadott with 12 points.

McDonell (9-2, 5-2) hosts Stanley-Boyd on Friday, while Cadott (3-10, 1-6) is at Eau Claire Regis on Friday.

Stanley-Boyd 48, Fall Creek 46

At Fall Creek, Stanley-Boyd held off Fall Creek (3-8, 3-4) for a Western Cloverbelt Conference victory.

It was a 27-15 lead for Stanley-Boyd at the break.

Tahlia Walton had 15 points to lead the Orioles. Arianna Mason added seven and Kate McLoone had six.

The Orioles (8-4, 4-3) resume play at McDonell on Friday.

Boys Hockey

Hudson 2, Chi-Hi 0

At Chippewa Ice Arena, Chi-Hi was shut out by the Raiders (12-0, 6-0).

Hudson scored a goal apiece in the first and second periods.

Jaden Hoople had 25 saves in goal on the night. Chi-Hi was outshot 27-13 in the game.

The Cardinals (6-6-1, 3-3) travel to Menomonie on Thursday.

Boys Swimming

Chi-Hi 106, Menomonie 53

At Chi-Hi, the Cardinals won a Big Rivers Conference dual over the Mustangs.

Chi-Hi won all 11 varsity events in the dual. The 200-yard medley relay team of Alan Fox, Ian Olson, Cooper Porzondek and Matt Blake started things off with a win in the first event.

Zach Topritzhofer, Jack Metza, Fox, Olson, Porzondek and Blake all won individual races as well. Topritzhofer and Blake both won two individual races.

The Cardinals travel to Superior for a meet next Tuesday.


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