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Milton rallies to knock off Fort

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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

SOUTHERN LAKES


BOYS BASKETBALL



W L


East Troy 10 1


Elkhorn 7 3


Delavan-Darien 7 4


Milton 6 5


Whitewater 4 6


Fort Atkinson 4 8


Jefferson 0 11


RESULTS TUESDAY


Milton 66, Fort Atkinson 55


Delavan-Darien 61, Beloit Turner 55


GAME TODAY


Elkhorn at Whitewater, 5:30 p.m.


GAMES THURSDAY


Milton at Jefferson


East Troy at Whitewater


GAMES FRIDAY


Elkhorn at Delavan-Darien


Jefferson at Evansville (NC)


McFarland at Fort Atkinson (NC)


Mason Walters found his groove in the second half, and Milton High pocketed a 77-66 victory over Fort Atkinson in Southern Lakes Conference boys basketball Tuesday night.


Walters, held scoreless in the first half, caught fire and scored 22 points, including nine in the decisive fourth quarter to rescue the Red Hawks (10-9, 6-5).


Fort (7-11, 4-8) led 62-61 with 2:50 to play before Milton rattled off 16 points, making six of seven free throws down the stretch.


Milton made 17 of 21 free throws overall, while Fort connected on 13 of 25.


Milton’s Matt Drew scored 13 points. Brandon Knudtson added 12 for the Red Hawks, and Nate Hammon and Desmond Pollard scored 10 apiece.


Fort’s Reid Hitt scored 15 points, Dan Malison and John Kotz added 12 points each, while Josh Meyerhofer got 10.


MILTON 77, FORT ATKINSON 66


Milton (77)—Knudtson, 4-3-12; Ledger, 0-2-2; Drew, 4-2-13; Nelson, 1-0-3; Richards, 0-2-2; Pollard, 3-4-10; Walters, 7-3-22; Hammon, 5-0-10; Ganz, 1-1-3. Totals: 25-17-77.


Fort Atkinson (66)—Hitt, 7-1-15; Enslin, 2-3-9; Malison, 4-4-12; Meyerhofer, 3-2-10; Burow, 1-2-3; Masterson, 2-1-5; Kotz, 5-2-12. Totals: 24-13-66.


Milton 15 15 22 25—77


Fort Atkinson 11 23 18 14—66


Three-point goals—Milton 10 (Walters 5, Drew 3, Knutson, Nelson), Fort Atkinson 4 (Nmeyerhoffer 2. enslin, Burow). Free throws missed—Milton 4, Fort Atkinson 12. Total fouls—Milton 16, Fort Atkinson 17. Fouled out—Hitt.


LAKESHORE


BOYS BASKETBALL


W L


Lake Geneva Badger 11 1


Rac. St. Catherine’s 10 2


Union Grove 7 5


Westosha Central 5 7


Waterford 3 8


Kenosha St. Joseph 2 9


Wilmot 2 10


RESULTS TUESDAY


Westosha 49, Badger 47


St. Catherine’s 53, Waterford 48


Wilmot 52, St. Joseph 45


GAME THURSDAY


Fort Atkinson at Badger (NC)


GAME FRIDAY


Waterford at St. Joseph


Westosha 49, Badger 47—The Falcons (11-8, 6-6) handed champion Lake Geneva Badger (14-5, 11-1) its only loss of the Lakeshore season by winning a conference finale.


Central led 39-37 after three quarters and maintained the edge for the victory.


Nathan Vos scored 16 points for Central, and teammate Michael Erdman added 12. Badger’s Jimmy Merritt scored 11.


CENTRAL 49, BADGER 47


Central (49)—Erdman, 4-2-12; Vos, 7-0-16; Koeshall, 4-1-9; Koller, 1-3-6; Richter, 3-0-6. Totals: 19-8-49.


Badger (47)—Chironis, 2-1-6; Tice, 2-4-8; Merritt, 5-0-11; Schiller, 3-0-6; Leis, 1-0-2; Adams, 2-0-6; Wieters, 2-0-4; Lorenzi, 2-0-4. Totals: 19-3-47.


Westosha Central 19 9 11 10—49


Lake Geneva Badger 18 7 12 10—47


Three-point goals— Central 3 (Erdman 2, Koller), Badger 6 (Chironis, Tice 2, Merrit, Adams 2). Free throws missed—Central 3, Badger 3. Total fouls—Central 12, Badger 11.


CAPITOL


BOYS BASKETBALL


NORTH


W L


Lakeside Lutheran 10 0


Lake Mills 7 3


Watertown Luther Prep 6 4


Poynette 5 5


Lodi 2 8


Columbus 0 10


SOUTH


Marshall 9 1


Waterloo 8 2


New Glarus 5 5


Wisconsin Heights 5 5


Cambridge 1 8


Belleville 1 8


RESULTS TUESDAY


Lakeside 69, Lodi 34


Lake Mills 57, Poynette 47


Luther Prep 67, Columbus 37


Marshall 55, Cambridge 47


Waterloo 52, New Glarus 46


Wisconsin Heights 52, Belleville 33


GAME THURSDAY


Belleville at Cambridge


Lakeside 69, Lodi 34—Everybody got to play, and 12 players scored as Lakeside’s Capitol North champions completed a 10-0 conference season.


Nate Bauer scored eight of 15 points in the first quarter as the Warriors (16-3) put the game out of reach with a 24-12 advantage.


Jared Matthies had 14 points for Lakeside, including six in the first quarter.


LAKESIDE 69, LODI 34


Lodi (34)—Moses, 2-0-4; Hughey, 1-0-2; Hamann, 0-1-1; McBride, 0-2-2; McGinnity, 1-0-2; Paque, 1-1-3; Robertson, 1-0-2; Baumann, 5-3-14; Ibinger, 1-0-2; Kutz, 1-0-2. Totals: 13-7-34.


Lakeside (69)—Schwartz, 0-2-2; Snyder, 1-1-3; Bauer, 7-1-15; Gartner, 0-1-1; Pelischek, 1-0-2; Wilke, 3-1-7; Eternick, 3-0-7; Krause, 1-0-2; Matthies, 4-2-14; Schmidt, 2-0-4; Strohbusch, 4-0-8; Whiting, 1-0-2; Woolever, 2-0-4. Totals: 28-8-69.


Lodi 12 10 3 9—34


Lakeside Lutheran 24 25 7 13—69


Three-point goals—Lodi 1 (Baumann), Lakeside 5 (Matthies 4, Eternick). Free throws missed—Lodi 7, Lakeside 5. Total fouls—Lodi 12, Lakeside 14.


Junior varsity—Lakeside 58, Lodi 54.


NONCONFEFENCE


Delavan-Darien 61, Turner 56—Aaron Logterman scored 16 of his game-high 32 points in the third quarter, and the Comets survived the Trojans’ fourth-quarter assault for a nonconference victory.


Behind Logterman’s third-quarter explosion, Delavan-Darien (11-8) rolled to a 23-9 advantage for a 50-34 lead.


Turner (7-11) fought back by posting a 22-11 advantage, but the Trojans couldn’t not gain the lead despite Reggie Cassimere scoring 10 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter.


Tyler Butke added 16 points for the Comets, while Turner’s John Bertelsen scored 14 points and Jordan Conway had 10.


DELAVAN-DARIEN 61, TURNER 56


Delavan-Darien (61)—Kiemen, 3-0-7; Nieuwenhuis, 0-2-2; Brickner, 2-0-4; Butke, 7-2-16; Logtermen, 15-2-32. Totals: 27-6-61.


Turner (56)—Bertelsen, 5-0-14; Jacobs, 1-0-2; Hallmark, 2-0-4; Treptow, 0-3-3; Cassimere, 9-3-23; Conway, 4-2-10. Totals: 21-8-56.


Delavan-Darien 16 11 23 11—61


Beloit Turner 18 7 9 22—56


Three-point goals—Delavan-Darien 1 (Kiemen), Turner 6 (Bertelsen 4, Cassimere 2). Free throws missed—Delavan-Darien 3, Turner 8. Total fouls—Delavan-Darien 12, Turner 11.


Williams Bay 56, Palmyra-Eagle 39—The Bulldogs, Trailways South champions, shook off a slow start to bury the Panthers (2-17) in a nonconference game.


Williams Bay (17-2), ranked ninth in the AP Division 4 state poll, trailed 6-4 after the first quarter, then slammed Palmyra-Eagle 20-7 in the second quarter for a 24-13 halftime lead. The Bulldogs led the rest of the way.


The Bulldogs’ Andrew Martin had 19 points, and Slovick added 10.


Palmyra-Eagle’s Jared Domres scored 11 points and Corey Fritz added 10 points.


WILLIAMS BAY 56, PALMYRA-EAGLE 39


Palmyra-Eagle (39)—Fritz, 5-0-10; McMillan, 3-0-8; Beaumont, 1-0-2; Conti, 0-1-1; Berglund, 3-1-7; Domres, 5-1-11. Total 17-3-39.


Williams Bay (56)—Hanley, 3-0-6; Slovick, 4-0-10; Brellenthin, 2-0-5; Miller, 4-0-8; Gregornik, 2-0-4; Mielczarek, 1-0-2; Lopez, 1-0-2; Martin, 6-7-19. Totals: 23-7-56.


Palmyra-Eagle 6 7 14 12—39


Williams Bay 4 20 14 18—56


Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 2 (McMillan), Williams Bay 3 (Slovick 2, Brellenthin). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 5, Williams Bay 4. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 16, Williams Bay 10. Fouled out—Fritz.


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