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Comets soar past Milton girls

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Gazette Staff
December 19, 2007

SOUTHERN LAKES


GIRLS BASKETBALL


W L


Delavan-Darien 2 0


Whitewater 2 0


Elkhorn 2 1


Jefferson 2 1


Milton 1 2


Fort Atkinson 1 3


East Troy 0 3


RESULTS TUESDAY


Delavan-Darien 63, Milton 49


Whitewater 46, Fort Atkinson 45


Jefferson 69, East Troy 43


GAMES FRIDAY, JAN. 4


Whitewater at Jefferson


Fort Atkinson at Delavan-Darien


Elkhorn at East Troy


Milton at Evansville (NC)


Delavan-Darien High School’s unbeaten girls basketball team passed its first big test in the Southern Lakes Conference.


Kelly Supernaw, Courtney Flood and Alana Cesarz scored 13 points apiece to lead four players in double figures as the visiting Comets soared past Milton, 63-49, Tuesday night.


Delavan-Darien (7-0, 2-0) led 26-19 at halftime and pushed it to 41-24 by the end of the third quarter.


The Comets made 24 free throws overall, including 14 of 17 in the fourth quarter.


Mallory Epping added 11 points for Delavan-Darien, which remained tied with Whitewater for the Southern Lakes lead.


Milton’s April Mielke led all scorers with 22 points, while teammate Tasha Randall added 17, but the Red Hawks fell to 1-2 in the conference.


DELAVAN-DARIEN 63, MILTON 49


Delavan-Darien (63)—Supernaw, 4-4-13; Zugay, 1-0-2; Neuenhuis, 1-2-4; Collins, 1-0-2; Logterman, 0-2-2; Flood, 4-3-13; Cesarz, 3-7-13; Epping, 3-5-11; Brown, 1-1-3. Totals: 18-24-63.


Milton (49)—Severson, 1-0-2; Mielke, 7-6-22; Roach, 0-1-1; Greschel, 1-0-2; Eide, 1-0-2; Negus, 1-0-3; Randall, 4-9-17. Totals: 15-16-49.


Delavan-Darien 13 13 15 22—63


Milton 8 11 5 25—49


Three-point goals—Delavan-Darien 3 (Supernaw, Flood 2), Milton 3 (Negus, Mielke 2). Free throws mised—Delavan-Darien 9, Milton 7. Total fouls—Delavan-Darien 20, Milton 23. Fouled out—Greschel, Randall.


Junior varsity—Milton 69, Delavan-Darien 36.


Whitewater 46, Fort Atkinson 45—Whitewater held off Fort Atkinson’s late comeback to remain tied with Delavan-Darien for the Southern Lakes lead at 2-0.


Fort Atkinson (2-4, 1-3) rallied from a 10-point deficit in the final minute, but Whitewater tipped away Ralissa Nelson’s three-point shot for the Blackhawks with 2.8 seconds left, and time ran out on the rebound.


Whitewater had 24-16 halftime lead, then withstood Fort’s first comeback when Megan Theune scored all six of the Whippets’ points in a 9-6 third quarter.


Theune finished with 14 points, and Leah Harms added 10 for the Whippets. Nelson took game honors with 17, and teammate Morgan Wendlandt got 12.


WHITEWATER 46, FORT 45


Whitewater (46)—Trewyn, 1-3-5; Levine, 1-0-2; Theune, 4-6-14; Heil, 4-0-10; L. Harms, 1-8-10; Bowey, 2-1-5. Totals: 13 18-46


Fort Atkinson (45)—Kelleher, 1-0-2; Wendlandt, 4-4-12; Brus, 1-0-2; Bare, 2-4-9; Boos, 1-1-3; Nelson, 7-1-17. Totals 16-10-45.


Whitewater 11 13 6 16—46


Fort Atkinson 9 7 9 20—45


Three-point goals—Whitewater 2 (Heil 2), Fort 3 (Bare, Nelson 2). Free throws missed—Whitewater 16, Fort Atkinson 10. Total fouls—Whitewater 15, Fort Atkinson 19.


Jefferson 69, East Troy 43—Defending champion Jefferson wasted little time in rolling to a Southern Lakes win at East Troy.


Beth Ganser hit two three-point goals and scored all eight of her points in the first quarter to give the Eagles a 24-9 lead.


Marta Kinsman led all scorers with 24 points for Jefferson, which boosted its conference record to 2-1. Lindsay Frank for the Eagles.


Lindsay Fluery and Alyssa Duncan scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, for East Troy.


JEFFERSON 69, EAST TROY 43


Jefferson (69)—Kinsman 9-3-24, Hutchison 0-2-2, Bisbach 3-0-6, Frank 4-6-14, Splittgerber 3-0-7, Chmielewski 2-0-4, Ganser 3-0-8, Lukas 2-0-4. Totals: 26-11-69.


East Troy (43)—Valentine 1-0-2, Fluery 4-1-11, O’Connell 1-0-3, Duncan 3-4-10, Kenny 1-0-3, Petek 2-2-6, Fails 1-1-3, Haines 2-0-5. Totals: 15-8-43.


Jefferson 24 17 17 11—69


East Troy 9 12 7 15—43


Three-point goals—Jefferson 6 (Kinsman 3, Splittgerber 1, Ganser 2), East Troy 5 (Fluery 2, O’Connell 1, Kenny 1, Haines 1). Free throws missed—Jefferson 6, East Troy 9. Total fouls—Jefferson 14, East Troy 15.



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