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Whitewater girls get revenge against Jefferson

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February 2, 2008

SOUTHERN LAKES


GIRLS BASKETBALL



W L


Delavan-Darien 8 0


Whitewater 6 1


Elkhorn 5 3


Jefferson 5 4


Milton 3 4


Fort Atkinson 1 8


East Troy 0 8


RESULTS FRIDAY


Whitewater 47, Jefferson 38


Delavan-Darien 52, Fort Atkinson 41


Elkhorn 53, East Troy 32


Milton 67, Madison East 44 (NC)


GAME MONDAY


Jefferson at Delavan-Darien


GAMES THURSDAY


Whitewater at Delavan-Darien


Fort Atkinson at Elkhorn


Milton at East Troy


Whitewater High School downed Jefferson, 47-38, in Southern Lakes Conference girls basketball Friday night to avenge its 44-42 loss to the Eagles (10-5, 5-4) last month.


The Whippets (13-2, 6-1) gained a 14-8 advantage in the third quarter for a 35-27 lead. Leah Harms scored five of her 10 points in the third quarter to boost the Whippets.


Jefferson’s Jessica Splittgerber scored 12 points. Whitewater held the Eagles’ leading scorer Marta Kinsman to eight points.


Whitewater’s Chelsea Heil scored 10 points.


WHITEWATER 47, JEFFERSON 38


Jefferson (38)—Kinsman, 3-2-8; Hutchinson, 1-0-2; Frank, 3-2-8; Splittgerber, 5-0-12; Chmielewski, 2-0-4; Ganser, 1-2-4. Totals: 15-6-38.


Whitewater (47)—Shelbourn, 2-0-4; Trewyn, 4-0-8; Theune, 4-0-9; Heil, 4-0-10; K. Harms, 1-0-2; L. Harms, 3-2-10; Bowey, 2-0-4. Totals: 20-2-47.


Jefferson 10 9 8 11—38


Whitewater 11 10 14 12—47


Three-point goal—Jefferson 2 (Splittgerber 2), Whitewater 5 (Theune, Heil 2, L. Harms 2). Free throws missed—Jefferson 1, Whitewater 1. Total fouls—Jefferson 13, Whitewater 10. Fouled out—Hutchison.


n Milton 67, East 44—The host Red Hawks (7-6) dominated Madison East (2-13) throughout for a nonconference victory.


Milton broke out to a 17-7 lead as Liz Eide scored eight of her 12 points in the first quarter. The Red Hawks gained a 20-12 advantage in the second quarter for a 37-19 halftime lead.


Tasha Randall scored eight of her 18 points in the second quarter. April Mielke added 14 points.


East’s Kim Stanford scored 15 points.


MILTON 67, EAST 44


East (44)—Ramsey, 2-1-7; Warner, 2-0-4; Czechowicz, 1-3-5; Heidom, 0-3-3; Johnson, 4-0-8; Brown, 1-0-2; Stanford, 6-3-15. Totals: 16-10-44.


Milton (67)—Mielke, 4-5-14; Roach, 2-3-7; Roherty, 2-0-5; Eide, 5-1-12; Martinelli, 0-1-1; Negus, 1-0-2; Randall, 6-6-18; Davis, 1-6-8. Totals: 21-22-67.


Madison East 7 12 9 16—44


Milton 17 20 17 13—67


Three-point goals—East 2 (Ramsey), Milton 3 (Mielke, Rohrety, Eide). Free throws missed—East 9, Milton 15. Total fouls—East 23. Milton 19. Fouled out—McLean.


Junor varsity—East 45, Milton 44.


Delavan-Darien 52, Fort Atkinson 41—Fort Atkinson (4-11) gave undefeated Delavan-Darien a game, but the Comets used free throws to pull away in the final minutes.


The Blackhawks trailed by just three points with less than three minutes to go in the game. Delavan-Darien scored only one field goal in the final quarter, but the Comets made 14 of 20 free throws to pull away.


Fort’s 2-3 zone held the Comets’ leading scorer, Kelly Supernaw, to 10 points. Mallory Epping led the way with 15 points, and Courtney Flood added 13.


Morgan Wendlandt led Fort with 18 points. Ralissa Nelson added 12.


DELAVAN-DARIEN 52, FORT ATKINSON 41


Delavan-Darien (52)—Supernaw, 3-4-10; Dugay, 2-0-4; Collins, 1-1-3; Logterman, 0-2-2; Flood, 5-3-13; Cesarz, 1-2-4; Epping, 3-9-15; Brown, 0-1-1. Totals: 15-22-52.


Fort Atkinson (41)—Kelleher, 3-2-9; Wendlandt, 6-4-18; Bare, 1-0-2; Nelson, 6-0-12. Totals: 15-6-41.


Delavan-Darien 12 16 8 16—52


Fort Atkinson 12 11 8 10—41


Three-point goals—Fort 3 (Kelleher, Wendlandt 2). Free throws missed—Delavan-Darien 8, Fort Atkinson 0. Total fouls—Delavan-Darien 7, Fort Atkinson 15.


Junior varsity—Delavan-Darien won.


Elkhorn 53, East Troy 32—East Troy stayed with the host Elks for one quarter, but Elkhorn outscored the Trojans, 37-18, the rest of the game.


Ashlyn Anderson led the Elks (9-5, 5-3) with 18 points, all of them coming in the first three quarter. Amber O’Connell led the Trojans with eight.


ELKHORN 53, EAST TROY 32


East Troy (32)—Fluery, 3-0-6; O’Connell, 4-0-8; Duncan, 1-4-7; Peter, 3-0-7; Fails, 1-1-3; Haines, 0-1-1. Totals: 12-6-32.


Elkhorn (53)—Entwistle, 1-0-3; McGraw, 1-0-2; Plucinski, 1-0-2; Larsen, 3-0-8; Reeves, 2-0-4; Anderson, 6-6-18; Zwiefel, 3-0-6; Weiler, 1-0-2; Kelnhofer, 1-0-2; McDonald, 3-0-6. Totals: 22-6-53.


East Troy 14 4 7 7—32


Elkhorn 16 11 18 8—53


Three-point goals—East Troy 2 (Duncan, Peter), Elkhorn 3 (Entwistle, Larsen 2). Free throws missed—East Troy 11, Elkhorn 6. Total fouls—East Troy 10, Elkhorn 16.


Junior varsity—Elkhorn 46, East Troy 33.



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