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Elkhorn girls end Jefferson's Southern Lakes winning streak

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Gazette staff
December 8, 2007

Ashlyn Anderson put an end to any thoughts Jefferson had of repeating its success of last year in Southern Lakes Conference girls basketball.


Anderson scored 23 points to lead Elkhorn to a 52-42 victory over the visiting Eagles on Friday night. The 6-foot junior post player had 11 field goals for the Elks (3-1, 2-0).


Jefferson lost its conference opener after running through the SLC schedule undefeated last year. The Eagles saw their 17-game SLC winning streak come to an end.


Marta Kinsman led the Eagles (0-1, 3-2) with 18 points.


ELKHORN 52, JEFFERSON 42


Jefferson (42)—Kinsman, 6-5-18; Hutchinson, 1-0-2; Bisbach, 1-0-2; Frank, 2-1-5; Splittgerber, 2-0-4; Chmielewski, 1-2-4; Ganser, 3-0-7. Totals: 16-8-42.


Elkhorn (52)—Entwistle, 1-2-4; Larsen, 1-4-7; Reeves, 2-1-5; Anderson, 11-1-23; Weiler, 1-0-2; Johnson, 3-3-9; McDonald, 1-0-2. Totals: 20-11-52.


Jefferson 10 8 14 10—42


Elkhorn 10 13 13 16—52


Three-point goals—Jefferson 2 (Kinsman, Ganser), Elkhorn 1 (Larsen). Free throws missed—Jefferson 6, Elkhorn 8. Total fouls—Jefferson 20, Elkhorn 10.


Junior varsity—Elkhorn won.


n Whitewater 57, Milton 37—Whitewater’s Megan Theune scored a career-best 26 points, including three three-point goals in the first quarter. Chelsea Heil added 13 points and Leah Harms chipped in 12 for the Whippets (4-0, 1-0).


Milton’s Liz Eide scored a team-high 18 points.


WHITEWATER 57, MILTON 37


Milton (37)—Mielke, 2-2-6; Arnold, 1-0-2; Roach, 10-2; Goeschl,. 0-1-1; Shadel, 1-0-2; Eide, 8-2-18; Randall, 0-6-6. Totals 13-11-37.


Whitewater (57)—Levine, 1-0-2; Theune, 7-9-26; Heil, 4-3-13; K. Harms, 1-2-4; L. Harms, 3-4-12. Totals: 16-18-57.


Milton 9 7 9 12—37


Whitewater 22 2 17 16—57


Three-point goals—Whitewater 7 (Theune, 3, L. Harms 2, Heil 2). Free throws missed—Milton 17, Whitewater 9. Total fouls—Milton 23, Whitewater 18. Fouled out—Mielke, Randall, Theune.


n Fort Atkinson 46, East Troy 31—The visiting Blackhawks held the Trojans scoreless in the fourth quarter en route to the Southern Lakes Conference victory.


Morgan Wendlandt paced Fort Atkinson with 20 points.


FORT ATKINSON 46, EAST TROY 31


Fort Atkinson (46)—Wendlandt, 5-8-20; Nelson, 2-5-9; Lenz, 1-2-5; Bare, 1-2-4; Kelleher, 1-2-4; Belstner, 1-0-2; Heyer, 1-0-2. Totals: 12-19-46.


East Troy (31)—Duncan, 3-2-9; Fleury, 2-1-7; O’Connell, 2-2-6; Haines, 2-0-4; Peter, 1-0-2; Verick, 0-2-2; Valentine, 0-1-1. Totals: 10-8-31.


Fort Atkinson 14 16 8 8—46


East Troy 10 12 9 0—31


Three-point goals—Fort Atkinson 3 (Wendlandt 2, Lenz), East Troy 3 (Fleury 2, Duncan). Free throw missed—Fort Atkinson 8, East Troy 4.


n Delavan-Darien 50, Westosha Central 26—Kelly Supernaw scored nine of her 16 points in the first quarter, and the Comets (5-0) continued to pound the Falcons en route to a 37-19 halftime lead.


Delavan-Darien held Westosha to a pair of free throws in the fourth quarter.


DELAVAN-DARIEN 50,


WESTOSHA CENTRAL 26


Westosha Central (26)—Hrncar, 1-0-2; Brinkman, 6-3-15; Prokop, 2-0-4; Szwedo, 2-0-5. Totals: 11-3-26.


Delavan-Darien (50)—Supernaw, 7-1-16; Nieuwenhuis, 3-0-6; Collins, 3-0-6; Flood, 1-0-2; Cesarz, 4-3-11; Epping, 1-1-3; Dahl, 1-0-2; Brown, 2-0-4. Totals: 22-5-50.


Westosha Cent. 7 12 5 2—26


Delavan-Darien 18 15 8 9—50


Three-point goals—Westosha 1 (Szwado) Delavan-Darien 1 (Supernaw). Free throws missed—Westosha 4, Delavan-Darien 10, Total fouls—Westosha 14, Delavan-Darien 10.



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