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Elkhorn, Milton, Jefferson girls win

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Gazette Staff
December 5, 2007

SOUTHERN LAKES


GIRLS BASKETBALL



W L


Elkhorn 1 0


Delavan-Darien 0 0


East Troy 0 0


Jefferson 0 0


Milton 0 0


Whitewater 0 0


Fort Atkinson 0 1


RESULTS TUESDAY


Elkhorn 56, Fort Atkinson 35


Milton 79, Milwaukee Washington 42 (NC)


Jefferson 46, Lake Mills 41, OT (NC)


GAMES FRIDAY


Jefferson at Elkhorn


Milton at Whitewater


Fort Atkinson at East Troy


Westosha Central at Delavan-Darien (NC)


Elkhorn 56


Fort Atkinson 35


Elkhorn High got the jump on everybody in the Southern Lakes girls basketball race.


The Elks scored the final six points for a 26-18 halftime lead and went on to a 56-35 victory at Fort Atkinson in the only conference opener Tuesday night.


Elkhorn (2-1) kept rolling in a 19-9 third quarter for 45-27 advantage. Fort Atkinson was held to single digits in each quarter.


The Elks’ Micaela McDonald scored 14 points, and teammate Brianna Entwistle added 13 points. Fort’s Ralissa Nelson took game honors with 19 points.


ELKHORN 56, FORT ATKINSON 35


Elkhorn (56)—Entwistle, 5-0-13; Plucinski, 1-0-2; Larsen, 1-0-2; Reeves, 2-2-6; Anderson, 3-2-8; Weiler, 1-0-2; Maney, 2-0-4; Klenhofer, 0-1-1; Rogers, 0-2-2; Johnson, 1-0-2; McDonald, 6-2-14. Totals 23-9-56.


Fort Atkinson (35)—Kelleher, 1-0-3; Wendlandt 1-2-4; Brus, 1-0-3; Truman, 0-3-3; Lentz, 1-0-2; Hyer, 0-1-1; Nelson, 5-8-19. Totals 9-14-35.


Elkhorn 10 16 19 11—56


Fort Atkinson 9 9 9 8—35


Three-point goals—Elkhorn 1 (Entwhistle). Fort Atkinson 3 (Kelleher, Brus, Nelson). Free throws missed—Elkhorn 3, Fort Atkinson 8. Total fouls—Elkhorn 15, Fort Atkinson 13.


Milton 79, Washington 42—The Red Hawks (1-1) raced to a 27-16 halftime lead, then scored 42 more points in the second half to bury visiting Milwaukee Washington in a nonconference game.


Tasha Randall led Milton’s scoring blitz with 23 points. Liz Eide had 15, while April Mielke and Kelsey Shadel scored 11 points apiece. Randall scored seven points in both the second and third quarters.


Janay Winston led Washington (1-2) with 14 points. LaShawnda Thomas had 13.


MILTON 79, WASHINGTON 42


Washington (42)—Winston, 6-1-14; Berquin, 0-2-2; Martin, 3-3-9; Gilbert, 1-0-2; Williams, 1-0-2; Thomas, 4-4-13. Totals: 15-10-42.


Milton (79)—Severson, 2-2-6; Mielke, 5-0-11; Roach, 2-0-4; Groeschel, 1-0-2; Ludeking, 1-3-5; Shadel, 4-1-11; Eide, 5-4-15; Martinelli, 1-0-2; Randall, 8-7-23. Totals: 29-17-79.


Milw. Washington 8 8 10 16—42


Milton 18 19 20 22—79


Three-point goals—Washington 2 (Winston, Thomas), Milton 4 (Mielke, Shadel 2, Eide). Free throws missed—Washington 16, Milton 7. Total fouls—Washington 19, Milton 23. Fouled out—Berquin.


Junior varsity—Milton 59, Washington 16.


Jefferson 46, Lake Mills 41—Jefferson’s defending Southern Lakes champions used a 9-4 overtime advantage in a nonconference game against the visiting L-Cats to go 3-1 for the season.


Jessica Splittgerber led the Eagles with 19 points, including four three-point goals. Marta Kinsman had 11 for Jefferson, and Carol Cayo led Lake Mills with 16.


JEFFERSON 46, LAKE MILLS 41


Lake Mills (41)—Cayo, 8-0-16; Schohen, 5-0-10; Halverson, 3-0-6; Trieloff, 2-1-5; Dunkleberger, 1-0-2; Hering, 1-0-2. Totals: 20-1-41.


Jefferson (46)—Splittgerber, 6-3-19; Kinsman, 4-2-11; Ganser, 3-0-7; Frank, 2-0-4; Chmielewski, 0-3-3; Bisbach, 1-0-2. Totals: 16-8-46.


Lake Mills 8 8 9 12 4—41


Jefferson 4 15 10 8 9—46


Three-point goals—Jefferson 6 (Splittgerber 4, Kinsman, Ganser). Free throws missed—Lake Mills 4, Jefferson 13. Total fouls—Lake Mills 22, Jefferson 12.



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