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Collins leads Milton girls to Badger crossover win

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Gazette staff
Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Bailee Collins stood tall underneath to lead the Milton High girls basketball team to a victory at Sauk Prairie on Tuesday night.

Collins scored 31 points as the Red Hawks rolled in the second half to a 70-63 victory.

Collins had nine points in the first half, which ended with the host Eagles on top 33-25.

The second half was a different story. Collins scored 22 points, including a 12-of-13 performance from the line, to lead the Red Hawks' comeback.

Carly Albrecht added 15 points, including three 3-pointers, as Milton improved to 11-10 overall. Karley Krebs scored 11 points.

Milton plays its final regular-season home game Thursday against Portage.

MILTON 70, SAUK PRAIRIE 63

Milton (70)—Krebs, 4-3-11; Martin, 0-2-2; Carly 4-4-15; Collins, 8-15-31; A. Campion, 1-3-5; K. Campion, 3-0-6. Totals: 20-26-70.

Sauk Prairie (63)—C. Ballweg, 2-4-8; A. Breunig, 3-3-10; Lenz, 2-1-5; R. Breunig, 5-2-14; Breininger, 0-2-2; Greenheck, 5-7-18; Hupp, 0-1-1; Schneider, 2-0-5. Totals: 15-20-63.

Milton 25 45—70

Sauk Prairie 33 30—63

Three-point goals—Milton 4 (Albrecht 3. A. Campion), Sauk Prairie 5 (A. Breunig, R. Breunig 2, Greenheck, Schneider). Free throws missed—Milton 10, Sauk Prairie 8. Total fouls—Milton 17, Sauk Prairie 24. Fouled out—Greenheck.

n Whitewater 64, Wilmot 35—Myriama Smith-Traore and Ali Ketterhagen each scored 15 points to lead visiting Whitewater to a nonconference victory at Wilmot in a matchup of conference leaders.

Abby Grosinske added 11 points as the Whippets improved to 20-1, which includes a Rock Valley North record of 15-0.

Whitewater coach Judy Harms credited the Whippets' defense, which did not allow a double-digit scorer, and 10-of-12 free-throw shooting for the win.

Wilmot, which is tied with Union Grove with an 11-2 record in the Southern Lakes, fell to 14-6 overall.

The Whippets will attempt to complete their run through the Rock Valley with a home game Thursday against East Troy.

WHITEWATER 64, WILMOT 35

Whitewater (64)—Smith-Traore 6-3-15, Ketterhagen 6-2-15, Grosinske 5-1-11, Heckert 3-1-8, Schumacher 2-2-6, Reynolds 2-0-4, Zimdars 0-2-2, Treder 1-0-2, Beecroft 0-1-1. Totals: 25-10-64.

Wilmot (35)—Sjong 4-0-8, Alexander 2-0-6, Coleman 2-2-6, Hickey 2-0-5, Jenkins 1-1-3, Brown 1-0-2, Zenon 1-0-2, Stanek 1-0-2, Leber 0-1-1. Totals: 14-4-35.

Whitewater 30 34—64

Wilmot 18 17—35

Three point goals—Whitewater 4 (Schumacher 2, Ketterhagen, Heckert), Wilmot 3 (Alexander 2, Hickey). Free throws missed—Whitewater 2, Wilmot 2. Total fouls—Whitewater 10, Wilmot 7.

n Turner 62, Palmyra-Eagle 46—Carson Nitz scored 15 points and Kenzie Krizmanich had 13 to lead Turner past visiting Palmyra-Eagle in a Rock Valley South Conference contest.

Makenna Lauterbach added 10 points as the Trojans improved to 6-9 in the RVC and 10-11 overall.

Sarah Seiden scored 12 points and Syd Lean had 10 for the Panthers (2-13, 5-16).

TURNER 62, PALMYRA-EAGLE 46

Palmyra-Eagle (46)—Seiden 5-1-12, Hammond 1-0-2, Syd Lean 5-0-10, Mason 3-0-6, Jrolf 3-2-8, stefanczyk 2-1-6, Olson 1-0-2. Totals: 20-4-46.

Turner (62)—Burzinski 1-0-2, Fowler 3-0-8, Krizmanich 6-1-13, Nitz 6-2-15, Metzger 2-0-4, Wash 4-1-9. Lauterbach 4-2-10, Fobes 0-1-1. Totals: 26-7-62.

Palmyra-Eagle 20 26—46

Turner 32 30—62

Three point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 2 (Seiden, Stefanczyk), Turner 3 (Fowler 2, Nitz). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 8, Turner 4. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 14, Turner 13.


Last updated: 11:04 pm Tuesday, February 14, 2017


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