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Milton girls win Badger South opener

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Gazette Staff
December 5, 2009

Milton High had a 1-2 punch that wasted no time getting the Red Hawks on a roll in their Badger South girls baskerball opener Friday night.


Ashley Roherty and Liz Eide combined to score 17 points in the first half, enabling Milton to build a 27-16 advantage en route to a 48-41 victory at Stoughton.


Roherty finished with 14 points, and Eide scored 11 as the Red Hawks improved to 2-0 for the season. Brianna Bower led Stoughton with 11.


MILTON 48, STOUGHTON 41


Milton (48)—Roherty, 6-2-14; Eide, 4-3-11; Holapa, 3-1-8; Blumer, 3-1-7; Davis, 2-2-6; Stair, 01-1; McNall, 0-1-1. Totals: 18-11-48.


Stoughton (41)—B. Bower, 5-1-11; M. Bower, 0-5-5; Rowley, 2-5-10; Daellenbach, 3-1-9; Christofferson, 1-2-4; Krause, 1-0-2. Totals: 12-14-41.


Milton 13 14 10 11—48


Stoughton 7 9 10 15—41


Three-point goals—Milton 1 (Holapa), Stoughton 3 (Dallenbach 2, Rowley). Free throws missed—Milton 13, Stoughton 6. Total fouls—Milton 15, Stoughton 22. Fouled out—M. Bower.


n Monroe 57, Edgewood 35—It was all Monroe in a Badger South opener that matched the defending co-champions.


Kylee Ritschard scored seven of her 11 points in the first quarter to help Monroe (3-0) build a 20-13 lead. The Cheesemakers went on to 28-22 halftime advantage and put the game out of reach with 29-13 command of the final two periods as they handed Edgewood (3-1) its first loss.


Jamie Armstrong led Monroe with 14 points.


MONROE 57, EDGEWOOD 35


Edgewood (35)—Elfman, 2-0-5; Conn, 1-0-2; Reese, 5-0-12; Kelm, 1-1-3; Barney, 0-3-3; Tancill, 1-1-4; Cross, 2-0-4; Guerin, 1-0-2. Totals: 13-5-35.


Monroe (57)—Brice, 6-0-12; Sutter, 0-2-2; McArdle, 2-0-5; Jacobson, 1-1-3; Ritschard, 3-3-11; Sellnow, 0-1-1; Hermanson, 2-3-7; Armstrong, 6-2-14; Ditter, 1-0-2. Totals: 21-12-57.


Madison Edgewood 13 9 7 6—35


Monroe 20 8 15 24—57


Three-point goals—Edgewood 4 (Reese 2, Elfman, Tancill), Monroe 3 (Ritschard 2, McArdle). Free throws missed—Edgewood 4, Monroe 6. Total fouls—Edgewood 14, Monroe 9.


Junior varsity—Monroe 49, Edgewood 15.


n Oregon 48, Fort Atkinson 39—The Blackhawks went on a 14-2 run in the fourth quarter, but it wasn’t enough in a Badger South opener.


The Panthers led 27-21 at halftime, then held Fort to four points in the third quarter to go up 39-25. Oregon made seven free throws down the stretch to hold off the Blackhawks.


Byrn Anderson scored 11 of her 17 points in the first half to pace Oregon. Lexie Weigand had 15 points for Fort.


OREGON 48, FORT ATKINSON 39


Oregon (48)—Rietzler, 2-4-10; Anderson, 6-5-17; Lien, 2-0-5; Macauley, 0-1-1; Wilhelm, 2-0-5; Kleitsch, 3-2-8; Hanson, 0-2-2. Totals: 15-14-48.


Fort Atkinson (39)—A. Boos, 1-0-2; Weigand, 5-2-14; Bare, 1-4-6; N. Boos, 2-1-5; Pfeifer, 3-0-6; Kotz, 2-1-6. Total: 14-8-39.


Oregon 13 14 12 9—48


Fort Atkinson 7 14 4 14—39


Three-point goals—Oregon 4 (Rietzler 2, Lien, Wilhelm), Fort Atkinson 3 (Wiegand 2, Kotz). Free throws missed—Oregon 17, Fort Atkinson 6. Total fouls—Oregon 15, Fort Atkinson 24. Fouled out—Fitzgerald.


Nonconference


n Delavan-Darien 47, Bradford 41—The Comets came alive in the fourth quarter en route to winning their nonconference opener.


Alana Cesarz scored 22 points to lead Delavan-Darien, which outscored Bradford 14-8 in the fourth quarter.


DELAVAN-DARIEN 47, BRADFORD 41


Bradford (41)—Davidson, 5-0-11; Barsuli, 6-2-14; Young, 1-0-2; Roberts, 0-1-1; Diex, 1-0-2; Wenberg, 4-3-11. Totals: 17-6-41.


Delavan-Darien (47)—Miller, 0-1-1; Wenzel, 1-6-8 O’Neill, 1-0-2; Flood, 3-1-10; Cesarz, 8-5-22; Norris, 1-1-4. Totals: 14-14-47.


Kenosha Bradford 5 11 17 8—41


Delavan-Darien 6 12 15 14—47


Three-point goals—Bradford 1 (Davidson), Delavan-Darien 5 (Flood 3, Cesarz, Norris). Free throws missed—Bradford 6, Delavan-Darien 10. Total fouls—Bradford 19, Delavan-Darien 13.



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