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Elkhorn girls dominate Badger

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Gazette Staff
December 21, 2007

Elkhorn High’s girls basketball team struck early and often Thursday night in a 55-39 nonconference victory over visiting Lake Geneva Badger.


Ashlyn Anderson and Michaela McDonald scored a team-high 11 points apiece as the Elks (4-2) raced to a 31-12 halftime advantage and led 45-15 after three quarters.


Leah Rempert led visiting Badger (0-7) with a game-high 20 points, including 11 in the fourth quarter.


ELKHORN 56, BADGER 39


Badger (39)—Reuss, 0-1-1; Ambrose, 1-0-2; Gremo, 1-1-3; Leah Rempert, 8-3-20; Hutkowski, 1-1-3; Toledo, 4-0-8; Ketchpaw, 1-0-2. Totals: 16-6-39.


Elkhorn (56)—Entwistle, 3-0-7; Plucinski, 2-2-6; Larsen, 1-0-2; Reeves, 3-0-6; Ashlyn Anderson, 5-1-11; Zwiebel, 1-1-3; Maney, 1-1-3; Rogers, 2-0-4; Johnson, 1-1-3; Michaela McDonald, 4-3-11. Totals: 23-9-56.


Lake Geneva Badger 4 8 4 23—39


Elkhorn 16 15 14 11—56


Three-point goals—Badger 1 (Rempert), Elkhorn 1 (Entwistle). Free throws missed—Badger 12, Elkhorn 9. Total fouls—Badger 21, Elkhorn 18. Fouled out—Reuss.


Junior varsity—Elkhorn 48, Badger 29.


Delavan-Darien 79, Turner 27—Kelly Supernaw led the way with 19 points as Delavan-Darien pushed its record to 8-0 by overwhelming winless Beloit Turner.


Supernaw had seven points in 19-8 first quarter, and the Comets sealed the nonconference win with a 25-4 advantage in the second period.


Alana Cesarz, a 6-2 freshman, and Ashley Dahl backed up Supernaw with 10 points apiece.


DELAVAN-DARIEN 79, TURNER 27


Turner (27)—Crouse, 0-5-5; Mel. Grover, 4-0-9; Herold, 1-1-3; Lyman, 1-0-2; Conway, 1-0-2; Meg. Grover, 0-1-1; Burdy, 1-0-2; Kopke, 1-1-3. Totals: 9-8-27.


Delavan-Darien (79)—Supernaw, 9-1-19; Zugay, 2-0-4; Dahlberg, 1-0-2; Nieuwenhuis, 2-2-6; Collins, 2-1-5; Bauer, 3-0-6; Flood, 2-0-5; Cesarz, 4-2-10; Epping, 3-0-6; Dahl, 4-2-10; Polster, 1-0-2; Brown, 1-2-4. Totals: 34-10-79.


Beloit Turner 8 4 5 10—27


Delavan-Darien 19 25 21 14—79


Three-point goals—Turner 1 (Mel. Grover), Delavan-Darien 1 (Flood). Free throws missed—Turner 7, Delavan-Darien 4. Total fouls—Turner 15, Delavan-Darien 15.


Junior varsity—Delavan-Darien 55, Turner 17.


Fort Atkinson 50, Edgerton 33—Ralissa Nelson scored seven of her 12 points in the opening quarter as the Blackhawks (3-4) pulled away from the visiting Crimson Tide (1-7) for a nonconference win.


Morgan Wendlandt scored a game-high 15 points to lead Fort Atkinson. Meggie Schmidt and Fawn Bingham had 10 points apiece for Edgerton.


FORT ATKINSON 50, EDGERTON 33


Edgerton (33)—M. McCall, 0-1-1; Schmidt, 3-3-10; Bingham, 2-6-10; Fritz, 1-0-3; Cox, 0-2-2; Stettler, 0-2-2; E. McCall, 1-1-3; Donnelly, 0-2-2. Totals: 7-17-33.


Fort Atkinson (50)—Meyerhofer, 0-1-1; Kelleher, 1-3-6; Wendlandt, 7-1-15; Brus, 1-0-2; Bare, 4-1-9; Boos, 2-0-4; Truman, 0-1-1; Nelson, 5-1-12. Totals: 20-8-50.


Edgerton 8 9 6 10—33


Fort Atkinson 16 18 10 6—50


Three-point goals—Edgerton 2 (Schmidt, Fritz), Fort Atkinson 2 (Kelleher, Nelson). Free throws missed—Edgerton 8, Fort Atkinson 10. Total fouls—Edgerton 14, Fort Atkinson 19.


Johnson Creek 61, Palmyra-Eagle 38—Joelle Bauer scored 15 of her 22 points in the second quarter as Johnson Creek surged to a nonconference win at Palmyra.


The Bluejays broke open an 8-6 game in the 24-10 second period for a 32-16 halftime advantage. Kiara Lemminger contributed nine points to that second-quarter outburst.


Lemminger finished with 17 points, and teammate Stacy Draeger added 13.


JOHNSON CREEK 61, PALMYRA-EAGLE 38


Johnson Creek (61)—Gosh, 0-2-2; Gnabasik, 1-0-2; Blake, 1-0-2; Bauer, 6-8-22; Landers, 0-1-1; C. Lemminger, 1-0-2; Draeger, 5-3-13; K. Lemminger, 4-9-17. Totals: 18-23-61.


Palmyra-Eagle (38)—McGivern, 4-0-9; Bolli, 1-0-2; Madecky, 2-0-4; Starr, 3-0-6; Steltz, 4-0-9; Hack, 1-2-5; Martin, 1-1-3. Totals: 16-7-38.


Johnson Creek 8 24 12 17—61


Palmyra-Eagle 6 10 12 10—38


Three-point goals—Johnson Creek 2 (Bauer 2), Palmyra-Eagle 3 (McGivern, Steltz, Hack). Free throws missed—Johnson Creek 5, Palmyra-Eagle 1. Total fouls—Johnson Creek 12, Palmyra-Eagle 25.


Junior varsity—Palmyra-Eagle 37, Johnson Creek 30.


Wilmot 53, East Troy 28—The visiting Panthers left East Troy behind in a 13-2 first quarter of a nonconference game.


Ashlee Mongovern led Wilmot with 13 points.


WILMOT 53, EAST TROY 28


Wilmot (53)—Mongoven, 6-1-13; John, 4-2-11; Fischer, 5-0-10; Bolton, 2-0-4; Sheahan, 2-0-4; Wilson, 2-0-4; Hammond, 1-0-2. Totals: 22-3-53.


East Troy (28)—Verick, 1-5-7; Duncan, 2-0-5; Fails, 2-0-4; Kenny, 2-0-4; Fluery, 1-0-2; Haines, 1-0-2; O’Connell, 1-0-2; Peter, 1-0-2. Totals: 11-5-28.


Wilmot 13 12 16 12—53


East Troy 2 10 8 8—28


Three-point goals—Wilmot 1 (John), East Troy 1 (Duncan). Free throws missed—Wilmot 1, East Troy 3.




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