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Area girls basketball roundup

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January 9, 2008

Milton High School suffered a 65-47 loss to powerful Mukwonago in nonconference girls baskeball Tuesday night.


The visiting Red Hawks (4-4) trailed 22-10 after the first quarter and never led against the once-beaten Indians (8-1), who notched their seventh straight win since losing to Hartland Arrowhead.


Sarah Will scored 19 points, including making five of Mukwonago’s eight three-point goals. Milton’s Nicole Negus scored 12 points, and teammate Tasha Randall added 10.


MUKWONAGO 65, MILTON 47


Milton (47)—Negus, 4-3-12; Randall, 4-2-10; Mielke, 3-3-9; Martinelli, 1-2-5; Eide, 2-0-4; Arnold, 1-0-3; Groeschl, 1-0-2; Severson, 1-0-2. Totals: 17-10-47.


Mukwonago (65)—Will, 7-0-19; Lee, 3-2-9; Lamberg, 4-0-8; Fehly, 2-0-6; Radowicz, 3-0-6; Romdenne, 3-0-6; O’Leary, 2-0-4; Wilinski, 1-1-3; Aringer, 1-0-2; Zimmerman, 1-0-2. Totals: 27-3-65.


Milton 10 13 14 10—47


Mukwonago 22 13 17 13—65


Three-point goals—Milton 3 (Negus, Martinelli, Arnold), Mukwonago 8 (Will 5, Lee, Fehly 2). Free throws missed—Milton 10, Mukwonago 0. Total fouls—Milton 11, Mukwonago 18.


Whitewater 63, Palmyra-Eagle 32—The Whippets rolled to a 22-5 first-quarter lead en route a nonconference victory over the visiting Panthers.


Leah Harms scored 15 points and Megan Theune added 11 for Whitewater.


WHITEWATER 63, PALMYRA-EAGLE 32


Palmyra-Eagle (32)—McGivern, 0-1-1; Hawes, 1-0-2; Bolli, 4-0-8; Madecky, 1-1-3; Starr, 3-0-6; Steltz, 1-0-2; Wisnewski, 1-0-2; Szymkowski, 2-0-4; Hack, 1-0-2; Martin, 1-0-2. Totals: 15-2-32.


Whitewater (63)—Shelbourn, 1-0-2; Trewyn, 4-0-8; Levine, 1-0-2; Peterson, 0-1-1; Theune, 3-4-11; Heil, 3-1-8; K. Harms, 4-1-9; Bacbcock, 0-1-1; Pierce, 1-0-2; Hernza 1-1-3. L. Harms, 5-4-15; Bowey, 0-1-1. Totals: 23-14-63.


Palmyra-Eagle 5 4 16 7—63


Whitewater 22 15 6 20—63


Three-point goals—Whitewater 3 (Thuene, Heil, L. Harms). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagel 6. Whitewater 11. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 19, Whitewater 10.


Junior varsity—Whitewater 51, Palmyra-Eagle 23.


Union Grove 65, East Troy 31—Union Grove, the Lakeshore leader, hammered East Troy 24-5 in the first quarter en route to a nonconference victory.


Alyssa Thomas led all scorers with 17 points, while Jacqie Servi added 15 points for the Broncos (8-2). Kara Haines led East Troy (1-8) with 14.



UNION GROVE 65, EAST TROY 31


Union Grove (65)—Schwartz, 3-1-7; Thomas, 6-4-17; Jasperson, 1-0-2; Wilks, 4-3-11; Fink, 1-0-2; Woodford, 0-1-1; Servi, 6-1-15; Grindle, 4-0-8; Kujellis, 1-0-2. Totals: 26-10-65.


East Troy (31)—Valentine, 0-1-1; Fleury, 1-0-2; O’Connell, 0-1-1; Duncan, 4-0-9; Peter, 0-2-2; Haines, 5-1-14; Verick, 0-2-2. Totals: 10-7-31.


Union Grove 24 18 12 11—65


East Troy 5 3 7 16—31


Three-point goals—Union Grove 3 (Thomas 1, Servi 2), East Troy 4 (Duncan 1, Haines 3). Free throws missed—Union Grove 9, East Troy 12. Total fouls—Union Grove 14, East Troy 14.


Lake Mills 59, Fort Atkinson 39—Ralissa Nelson had 19 points, including three three-point goals, but it wasn’t to save Fort Atkinson in a nonconference game at Lake Mills.


The L-Cats (7-1), led by Carol Cayo’s 21 points, jumped ahead for good in a 13-7 first quarter and were up 31-22 at halftime.


LAKE MILLS 59, FORT ATKINSON 39


Fort Atkinson (39)—Lentz, 7; Wendlandt, 5; Brus, 2; N. Boos, 2; A. Boos, 2; Kelleher, 2; Nelson, 19. Totals: 19-9-39.


Lake Mills (59)—Hering, 6; Bagneski, 5; Trieloff, 3; Cayo, 21; Dunkleberger, 2; Halvorsen, 12; Austin, 10. Totals: 25-6-59.


Fort Atkinson 7 15 7 10—39


Lake Mills 13 18 18 10—59


Three-point goals—Fort Atkinson 4 (Nelson 3, Lentz), Lake Mills 3 (Hering 2, Bagneski). Freee throws missed—Fort Atkinson 7, Lake Mills 3. Total fouls—Fort Atkinson 10, Lake Mills 14.


Dodgeville 47, Brodhead 41—The Dodgers made seven of eight free throws down the stretch to turn back the host Cardinals for a nonconference victory.


Chelci Reynolds made four straight free throws during Dodgeville’s stretch to finish with 13 points. Teammate McKenzie Forseth scored 13 of her 15 points in the first half.


Kristen Ruchti and Dana Lewis scored 11 points apiece for Brodhead. Alyssa Harding added 10.


DODGEVILLE 47, BRODHEAD 41


Dodgeville (47)—Beerkircher, 0-1-1; T. Reynolds, 1-0-2; C. Reynolds, 4-6-14;, Standorf, 3-0-8; Forseth, 5-5-15; Pittz, 1-4-6; Tank, 0-1-1. Totals: 14-17-47.


Brodhead (41)—Wymer, 2-0-5; Ruchti, 4-3-11; Mielke, 1-0-2; Harding, 4-1-10; Hegi, 0-2-2; Lewis, 5-1-11. Totals: 16-7-41.


Dodgeville 14 14 7 12—47


Brodhead 11 15 7 8—41


Three-point goals—Dodgeville 2 (Standorf 2), Brodhead 2 (Wymer 1, Harding 1). Free throws missed—Dodgeville 9, Brodhead 7. Total fouls—Dodgeville 17, Brodhead 20.


Junior varsity—Dodgeville 55, Brodhead 27.


Monroe 47, Sauk Prairie 39—The Cheesemakers overcame a rough start and held off host Sauk Prairie in the fourth quarter for a come-from-behind nonconference victory.


Kelsey Budd scored all 13 of her points in the first half to give the Eagles a 21-18 lead at the break.


The Cheesemakers gained a 17-5 advantage in the fourth quarter, making nine of 10 free throws down the stretch. Gwen Sutter made five of six free throws, while teammate Jamie Armstrong hit four straight from the line in the quarter.


Sauk Prairie’s Amber Fiene led all scorers with 17 points. Armstrong led the Cheesemakers with 15 points, and Sutter added 11.



MONROE 47, SAUK PRAIRIE 39


Monroe (47)—Sutter, 3-5-11; Rufenacht, 3-1-9; Bidlingmaier, 1-0-2; Sellnow, 1-0-2; Hermanson, 4-0-8; Armstrong, 5-5-15. Totals: 17-11-47.


Sauk Prairie (39)—Fiene, 7-2-17; Osgood, 1-0-2; Wipperfurth, 2-1-5; Muchnow, 1-0-2; Budd, 6-1-13. Totals: 17-4-39.


Monroe 9 9 12 17—47


Sauk Prairie 15 6 13 5—39


Three-point goals—Monroe 2 (Rufenacht 2), Sauk Prairie 1 (Fiene). Free throws missed—Monroe 3, Sauk Prairie 2. Total fouls—Monroe 9, Sauk 16.


Junior varsity—Monroe 43, Sauk Prairie 39.


Capitol North


Lodi 46, Lakeside 42—Lodi’s 14-8 spurt in the fourth quarter produced a Capitol North victory over visiting Lakeside Lutheran (3-7, 0-3).


Kendall Steinhoff and Mary Beth Mabis led the victorious Blue Devils (2-7, 1-1) with 16 and 13 points, respectively. Stefanie Granholz topped Lakeside with nine.


LODI 46, LAKESIDE 42


Lakeside (42)—Gronholz, 9; finger, 8; Lorenz, 6; Allister, 5; Anthon, 4; Denzer, 3; Shiels, 2; Lusier, 2; Zastrow, 2; Bartasch, 1. Totals: 15-8-42.


Lodi (46)—B. Steinhoff, 6; Furger, 4; Millman, 4; Chambers, 3; K. Steinhoff, 16; Mabis, 13. Totals: 20-5-46.


Lakeside Lutheran 17 9 8 8—42


Lodi 13 13 6 14—46


Three-point goals—Lakeside 1 (Gronholz), Lodi 1 (Mabis). Free throws missed—Lakeside 5, Lodi 6. Total fouls—Lodi 10, Lakeside 18.



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