Bay Port went on a 15-2 run — with all their points coming from behind the 3-point arc — that helped them take down Green Bay Southwest 55-45 on Friday.
De Pere had won five straight, while Bay Port had lost two consecutive, but, the Pirates pulled away in the second half for a 53-41 victory.
In front of a large crowd at Bay Port High School, the Pirates posted a 39-22 victory over Pulaski on Thursday night.
Top-ranked De Pere outdistanced itself by scoring 42 second-half points and pulled away for a 75-53 victory at home over Bay Port on Tuesday.
Despite having four players score 15 or more points, the Bay Port boys’ basketball team lost to visiting Sheboygan North 77-71 on Jan. 17.
Fueled by a trio of players scoring in double digits, the Bay Port boys’ basketball team scored a 76-62 win over Green Bay Preble on Jan. 10.
Behind 29 points from Kyla Hendricks, the Bay Port girls’ basketball team knocked Green Bay Southwest from the ranks of the Fox River Classic Conference (FRCC) unbeatens.
Down 1-0 to rival Bay Port, the Tritons scored the tying goal with 8.3 seconds remaining in overtime and then netted the game-winner 2:35 into the extra session to escape with a 2-1 victory in a Fox River Classic Conference showdown on Friday at the Cornerstone Community Center.
With bragging rights on the line, the Ashwaubenon and Bay Port hockey teams came into Friday night’s Fox River Classic Conference (FRCC) game with a combined 11-1-0 record.