Alana Cesarz and Courtney Flood were a dynamic combination Tuesday night.

Cesarz scored 21 points and Flood added 15 to lead Delavan-Darien to a 55-29 victory over Burlington in Southern Lakes Conference girls basketball Tuesday night.

The Comets pulled away from a 13-11 lead after the first quarter.

Burlington (29)—Evert 4-1-12; Dickmann, 3-0-8; McCarthy, 2-0-5; Cesarz, 1-0-2; Runjo, 1-0-2. Totals: 11-1-29.

Delavan-Darien (55)—Cesarz, 8-5-21; Flood, 5-1-15; Norris, 1-3-6; Wenzel, 3-0-6; Hudson, 1-0-2; Miller, 1-0-2; Rendon, 1-0-2; Hudson, 0-1-1. Totals: 20-10-55.

Burlington 11 6 6 6—29

Delavan-Darien 13 13 13 16—55

Three-point goals—Burlington 6 (Evert 3, Dickmann 2, McCarthy), Delavan-Darien 5 (Flood 4, Norris). Free throws missed—Burlington 4, Delavan-Darien 8. Total fouls—Burlington 16, Delavan-Darien 15.

-- Elkhorn 53, Wilmot 50—Emily Schaczinski scored 12 points to lead Elkhorn past host Wilmot.

Sammi Rogers, Allison White and Sarah Woellert each added nine points for the Elks, who outscored Wilmot, 22-18, in the final quarter.

Elkhorn (53)—Schaczinski, 5-2-12; Rogers, 3-3-9; White, 3-3-9; Woellert, 4-1-19; Neshek, 2-2-6; Larsen, 2-0-5; Blackbourn, 1-1-3. Totals: 20-12-53.

Wilmot (50)—Herman, 9-0-20; Murdock, 3-2-8; Galek, 1-4-6; Vozel, 2-2-6; Dorm, 2-1-5; Venem, 0-3-3; Hutchinson, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-12-50.

Elkhorn 8 16 7 22—53

Wilmot 12 3 17 18—50

Three-point goals—Elkhorn 1 (Larsen), Wilmot 2 (Herman 2). Free throws missed—Elkhorn 11, Wilmot 5. Total fouls—Elkhorn 13, Wilmot 18.

-- Union Grove 46, Waterford 36—Megan Lee and Alyssa Thomas each scored 11 points to lead Union Grove

(7-1, 4-0) past host Waterford (7-1, 3-1), giving the Broncos the undisputed Southern Lakes lead.

Union Grove (46)—Jasperson, 2-2-6; Wilks, 2-5-10; Fink, 1-0-2; Lee, 4-1-11; Thomas, 4-3-11; Brindle, 2-2-6. Totals: 15-13-46.

Waterford (36)—Carriveau, 2-0-5; Santaga, 2-2-6; Rank, 4-4-12; Halar, 2-2-6; Baker, 1-0-3; Kamczyk, 1-2-4.

Union Grove 9 13 8 16—46

Waterford 11 5 9 11—36

Three-point goals—Union Grove 3 (Wilks, Lee 2), Waterford 2 (Carriveau, Baker). Free throws missed—Union Grove 15, Waterford 1. Total fouls—Union Grove 15, Waterford 18.

-- Westosha 50, Badger 41—The Falcons hammered the Badgers 16-7 in the second quarter for a 26-15 halftime lead en route to a Southern Lakes Conference win.

Abbie Reeves scored 16 points to pace Westosha (6-2, 2-2). Gina Ambrose scored 14 points for Badger (1-7, 0-4).

Badger (41)—Ambrose, 4-3-14; Wieseman, 4-0-8; Schulting, 2-2-6; Kopp, 2-0-5; Fromberry, 1-2-4; Spraul, 1-2-4. Totals: 14-9-41.

Westosha (50)—Reeves, 4-6-16; Lois, 5-5-15; Rederer, 6-0-12; Prokop, 1-2-4; Cox, 1-1-3. Totals: 17-14-50.

Lake Geneva Badger 8 7 10 16—41

Westosha Central 10 16 12 12—50

Three-point goals—Badger 4 (Ambrose 3, Kopp). Westosha 2 (Reeves). Free throws missed—Badger 5, Westosha 7. Total fouls—Badger 20, Westosha 13.

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