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Williams Bay, Lakeside stay on top

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Gazette Staff
January 16, 2008

Williams Bay High School narrowly escaped its first loss in Trailways South boys basketball with a 54-52 win Tuesday night over visiting Fall River.


Jack Slovick sank a three-point basket with two seconds remaining for the victory, which lifted the Bulldogs to 8-0 in the conference and 12-1 overall.


Williams Bay, No. 10 in the AP Division 4 state ratings, trailed 45-43 after three quarters.


Slovick took scoring honors with 25 points, including 15 in the second half.


Fall River’s Chris Fauser scored 15 points. Levi Laitinen and Josh Corlett each added 12, but the Pirates slipped to 5-4 in the conference.


WILLIAMS BAY 54, FALL RIVER 52


Fall River (52)—Oelke, 2-0-4; Fauser, 6-1-15; Dauman, 1-0-2; Corlett, 5-1-12; Laitinen, 5-3-13; Patrick, 3-0-6. Totals: 22-5-52.


Williams Bay (54)—Hanley, 3-0-7; Slovick, 9-3-25; Brellenthin, 2-1-5; Miller, 2-0-4; Gregornik, 2-1-5; Martin, 4-0-8. Totals: 22-5-54.


Fall River 18 17 10 7—52


Williams Bay 10 22 11 11—54


Three-point goals—Fall River 3 (Fauser 2, Corlett) Williams Bay 5 (Hanley, Slovick 4), Free throws missed—Fall River 5, Williams Bay 8. Total fouls—Fall River 8, Williams Bay 13. Fouled out—Martin.


Capitol North


Lakeside 74, Lodi 51—Lakeside Lutheran continued its dominance of the Capitol North with a convincing win over Lodi (1-4).


The visiting Warriors (9-2, 5-0) set the tone early, posting a 22-10 first-quarter lead. Lakeside plowed ahead 42-28 at halftime.


Lakeside’s Jared Matthies scored 12 of his 23 points in the first half, while teammate Nate Bauer scored 11 of his 18.


Lodi’s Conor McGinnity had 19 points, and Brad Bauman added 13.


LAKESIDE 74, LODI 51


Lakeside (74)—Schwartz, 1-0-2; Jaeger, 0-2-2; Snyder, 2-1-5; Meise, 1-0-2 Bauer, 8-0-18; Gartner, 1-0-2; Wilke, 3-0-6; Eternick, 3-0-6; Matthies, 8-4-23; Schmidt, 3-0-6; Strohbusch, 0-2-2. Totals: 30-9-11-74.


Lodi (51)—Rian, 0-1-1; Moses, 2-0-4; McBride, 3-0-6; McGinnity, 7-3-19; Paque, 3-0-6; Bauman, 5-3-13; Kutz, 1-0-2. Totals: 21-7-15-51.


Lakeside Lutheran 22 20 19 13—74


Lodi 10 18 15 8—51


Three-point goals—Lakeside 5 (Bauer 2, Matthies 3), Lodi 2 (McGinnity). Free throws missed—Lakeside 2, Lodi 8. Total fouls—Lakside 15, Lodi 13. Fouled out—Paque.


Nonconference


Waukesha West 56, Fort Atkinson 32—The Blackhawks (5-6) trailed 29-16 at halftime and never recovered in a nonconference loss at Waukesha .


Fort’s Josh Meyerhofer scored 18 points, including four three-point goals. West’s Bill Meidenbauer scored 14 points as his team improved to 3-9.


WEST 56, FORT ATKINSON 32


Fort Atkinson (32)—Meyerhofer, 6-2-18; Enslin, 2-0-4; Kotz, 2-0-4; Burow, 1-0-3; Bohn, 1-0-2; Schrantz, 0-1-1. Totals: 12-3-32.


West (56)—Meidenbauer, 6-0-14; Solberg, 4-0-8; Sowinski, 3-2-8; Shields, 2-0-5; Losiniecki, 2-0-4; Stasiewski, 1-2-4; Riebe, 1-0-3; Clamares, 1-0-2; LaChance, 1-0-2; Leister, 0-2-2; Mayberry, 1-0-2; Trevino, 1-0-2. Totals: 23-6-56.


Fort Atkinson 11 5 9 7—32


Waukesha West 13 16 6 21—56


Three-point goals—Fort Atkinson 5 (Meyerhofer 4, Burow), West 4 (Meidenbauer 2, Shields, Riebe). Free throws missed—Fort Atkinson 3, Waukesha West 2. Totals fouls—Fort Atkinson 11, West 16.


Stoughon 49, East 46—Stoughton (6-6) gained its fourth straight win by holding off Madison East (5-7) in a nonconference game on the Purgolders’ court.


The Vikings prevailed with a 6-1 advantage in three-point goals. Malcolm Calbert and Kyle Lazotte led Stoughton’s balanced attack with 11 and 10 points, respectively.


Augustine Avelleyra had 16 points and Marquis Mason added 11 for East, which suffered its third straight loss since beating Janesville Craig.


STOUGHTON 49, EAST 46


Stoughton (49)—Nelson, 8; E. Gerber, 6; S. Gerber, 5; Wenzel, 5; Coon, 4; Calbert, 11; Lazotte, 10. Totals: 15-13-49.


East (46)—Mayne, 7; Baccalao, 4; Smith, 2; Park, 2; Bartlett, 2; Hull, 2; Avelleyra, 16; Mason, 11. Totals: 21-3-46.


Stoughton 5 14 14 16—49


Madison East 10 13 10 13—46


Three-point goals—Stoughton 6 (Calbert 3, Nelson 2, E. Gerber), East 1 (Mayne). Free throws missed—Stoughton 9, East 6. Total fouls—Stoughton 13, East 16.


Middleton 59, Edgewood 57—Middleton (7-5) came from behind in the second half to defeat the visiting Crusaders in a nonconference game.


After trailing 28-23 at halftime, the Cardinals hit three three-point goals to take a 41-39 lead into the final period.


Danny Lockner made two free throws with 30 seconds left to give Middleton a three-point lead. After the Crusaders cut it to one, Lockner made one of two free throws, and Edgewood failed to get off a last-second shot.


Jon Stubbe led Middleton with 17 points. Derek Braucht had a game-high 22 for Edgewood (4-9), which suffered its sixth straight loss.


MIDDLETON 59, EDGEWOOD 57


Edgewood (57)—Fox 3-0-7, J. Lindholm 5-0-12, Melloy 4-1-9, M. Lindholm 2-0-4, Lagman 1-0-2, Braucht 8-4-22, Minnaert 0-1-1, Totals: 23-6-57


Middleton (59)—Braga 3-3-9, Mertes-Mistretta 2-0-6, McCauley 1-0-2, Dean 5-0-11, Lockner 1-4-6, Nunnery 2-0-4, Stubbe 6-0-17, Hudson 2-0-4. Totals: 22-7-59.


Edgewood 12 16 11 18—57


Middleton 15 8 18 18—59


Three-point goals—Edgewood 5 (Braucht 2, J. Lindholm 2, Fox 1), Middleton 8 (Stubbe 5, Mertes-Mistretta 2, Dean 1). Free throws missed—Edgewood 3, Middleton 3. Total fouls—Edgewood 15, Middleton 14. Fouled out—Malloy.


Junior varsity—Middleton 41, Edgewood 39



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