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H.S. girls basketball: Milton wins in OT

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Gazette staff
December 27, 2013

Sydney Harms scored four of her game-high 17 points in overtime, and Milton held Watertown to just four points in the final four minutes to grab a 41-38 victory at the Beloit Memorial tournament on Friday.

Harms made two of just three combined baskets for the teams in the extra period. She made eight of the team’s 16 baskets overall and was 1-for-2 from the line.

Anna Gunderson made three of her four free-throw attempts in overtime to help seal the victory, as well.

Watertown led 25-20 at halftime but scored just 13 points the rest of the way.

Milton will take on Beloit Memorial in the tournament’s title game today.

MILTON 41, WATERTOWN 38 (OT)

Watertown (38)—Oiler, 1-0-2; A. Miller, 3-0-7; Lenius, 1-1-3; Hayden, 0-2-2; Peirick, 1-7-10; Liddicoat, 2-1-7; Saniter, 2-2-7. Totals: 10-13-28.

Milton (41)—Mylin, 2-2-6; Stuckey, 0-1-1; Boe, 2-0-4; Butterfield, 0-1-1; Bucholtz, 1-0-2; Kraus, 2-0-4; Gunderson, 0-4-4; Harms, 8-1-17; Jordan, 1-0-2. Totals: 16-9-41.

Watertown       12        13                                  6          3                           4—38

Milton                11          9                                  8          6                           7—41

Three-point goals—Watertown 5 (A. Miller 2, Oiler, Lenius, Saniter). Free throws missed—Watertown 12; Milton 6. Total fouls—Watertown 19; Milton 19.

 

Beloit Memorial 57, Kenosha Tremper 33—Kia Whittington scored 11 of her game-high 14 points in the first half as the Purple Knights raced out to a 32-15 lead.

Sherriah Anderson added 13 for Beloit, which will play in the championship of its host tournament.

BELOIT 57, TREMPER 33

Kenosha Tremper (33)—Roshada, 1-0-3; Hunter, 2-5-9; Riggins, 2-2-6; K. Gross, 1-0-3; A. Gross, 3-0-6; Birkholz, 1-0-2; A. Whittington, 2-0-4. Totals: 12-7-33.

Beloit (57)—K. Whittington, 2-10-14; Ellis, 4-0-8; Anderson, 6-1-13; Harris, 1-0-2; Winston, 2-0-4; Dorsey, 1-0-2; Kiger, 1-0-2; Evans, 5-2-12. Totals: 22-13-57.

Kenosha Tremper         9                                  6        12                           6—33

Beloit Memorial 20       12                                12 13—57

Three-point goals—Kenosha Tremper 2 (Rashada, K. Gross). Free throws missed—Kenosha Tremper 8; Beloit 2. Total fouls—Kenosha Tremper 13; Beloit 15.

 

Badger 65, Catholic Central 21—Maria Mieres-Rey scored 20 points—14 of them in the first half—to help the Badgers to an easy victory in their home tournament.

All 10 players on the Badger roster scored at least two points, and the team led 35-9 at halftime.

The Badgers will take on Slinger in the tournament’s title game.

BADGER 65, CATHOLIC CENTRAL 21

Catholic Central (21)—Ward, 1-0-2; Wright, 0-2-2; Kempker, 4-0-8; Baumgart, 3-0-6; Klein, 1-1-3. Totals: 9-3-21.

Badger (65)—Beyer, 1-0-3; Mieres-Rey, 7-4-20; Tueting, 4-0-8; Skipper, 2-0-5; Brown, 1-0-2; Kozlowski, 2-0-6; Flowers, 3-1-8; Tisa, 0-2-2; Quinn, 2-1-5; Davis, 2-2-6. Totals: 24-10-65.

Catholic Central 7          2                                  6  6—21

Badger               14        21                                18 12—65

Three-point goals—Badger 7 (Mieres-Rey 2, Kozlowski 2, Beyer, Skipper, Flowers). Free throws missed—Catholic Central 9; Badger 9. Total fouls—Catholic Central 16; Badger 15. Fouled out—Kozlowski.

 

Slinger 54, East Troy 47—The Owls outscored the Trojans 16-8 in the fourth quarter to snare the victory at the Badger Invite.

Slinger made nine 3-point baskets in the victory, including three each from Lexie Semrau and Erika Stroik.

East Troy, which fell to 2-5, was led by M.E. Dodge (15 points) and Katrina Santos (12).

SLINGER 54, EAST TROY 47

East Troy (47)—K. Hodges, 1-0-3; Leising, 1-0-2; J. Hodges, 1-2-4; Gaspervich, 0-2-2; Dodge, 6-3-15; Rosin, 0-4-4; Santos, 4-4-12; Kloth, 2-0-5. Totals: 15-15-47.

Slinger (54)—Bjorklund, 1-2-4; Brazil, 2-0-6; Nelson, 1-0-2; Breuer, 4-7-16; Stroik, 3-2-11; Semrau, 4-0-11; Sabin, 1-0-2; Roscoe, 1-0-2. Totals: 17-11-54.

East Troy          11        17                                11  8—47

Slinger               13        12                                13 16—54

Three-point goals—East Troy 2 (K. Hodges, Kloth), Slinger 9 (Brazil 2, Breuer, Stroik 3, Semrau 3). Free throws missed—East Troy 8, Slinger 9. Total fouls—East Troy 20, Slinger 20.

 

Deerfield 39, Big Foot 36—Becca Albrecht made four 3-pointers and scored 19 points as Deerfield held off the Chiefs at the Lake Mills tournament.

Big Foot outscored Deerfield 10-5 in the fourth quarter but couldn’t complete the comeback.

Morgan Courier led the Chiefs with 16 points.

DEERFIELD 39, BIG FOOT 36

Deerfield (39)—Gracie  Wilson 2, Lindsay  Meyer 1, Maggie  Herms 2, Rachel  Pulling 9, Jordan  Fischer 4, Casey  Philpot 2, Becca  Albrecht 19. Totals: 9-9-39.

Big Foot (36)—Courier 16, Briggs 6, Stalker 4, Colby 6, Kovarik 2, Snudden 2. Totals: 12-6-36.

Deerfield            11        11                                12  5—39

Big Foot             10        10                                  6 10—36

Three-point leaders—Albrecht (D) 4, Courier (BF) 2. Free throws missed—Deerfield 4, Big Foot 4. Total fouls—Deerfield 11, Big Foot 16.

 

Clinton 57, Lake Mills 46—Megan Lantz scored 18 points to lead the Cougars to a victory in Lake Mills’ holiday tournament.

Lantz had 11 in the first half as Clinton built a 29-20 lead. Mallory Niemann added 11 for the Cougars, who will face Deerfield today.

CLINTON 57, LAKE MILLS 46

Clinton (57)—H. Kalk, 2-0-4; Stueck, 1-0-2; Gunnink, 1-0-2; Lantz, 7-2-18; Ciochon, 4-0-9; Loudon, 1-0-2; Niemann, 5-0-11; Buckler, 3-1-7; Stauss, 1-0-2. Totals: 25-3-57.

Lake Mills (46)—Kreig, 7-2-21; Carncorss, 2-0-4; Will, 3-0-6; Iverson, 2-0-5; Keach, 2-0-4; Tesch, 1-0-3. Totals: 17-2-46.

Clinton               18        11                                17 11—57

Lake Mills          12          8                                10 13—46

Three-point goals—Clinton 4 (Lantz 2, Ciochon, Niemann), Lake Mills 7 (Krieg 5, Iverson, Tesch). Free throws missed—Clinton 3, Lake Mills 3. Total fouls—Clinton 6, Lake Mills 8.



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