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Badger nets first win under new coach

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Gazette Staff
December 23, 2009

It was celebration time Tuesday night for Lake Geneva Badger boys basketball.


Badger High rolled over visiting Wilmot, 62-48, in a Southern Lakes Conference game for its first victory under first-year coach Tom Dummer.


Laramie Wieseman and Preston Dailey led the way with 18 and 17 points, respectively, and had five their team’s nine three-point goals as the Badgers improved to 1-3 in the conference and 1-6 overall.


Wieseman, a 6-4 senior forward, had 11 points in a 22-13 fourth quarter that put Badger out of reach. Dailey’s eight-point second quarter helped give the Badgers an 29-27 halftime edge.


Landon Tenhagen led Wilmot (2-7, 0-3) with 14 points.


BADGER 62, WILMOT 48

Wilmot (48)—G. Dull, 2-0-5; Ketterhagen, 0-2-2; Ahler, 1-0-3; Rawlins, 0-2-2; Singleton, 3-2-8; Tenhyagen, 6-0-14; Christian, 3-0-6; Nelson, 3-2-8. Totals: 18-8-48.


Badger (62)—Dailey, 7-0-17; Andresen, 3-0-8; Bowers, 4-1-10; Wieseman, 8-0-18; Meinen, 2-2-7. Totals: 25-3-62.


Wilmot 14 13 8 13—48


Lake Geneva Badger 10 19 11 22—62


Three-point goals—Wilmot 4 (G. Dull, Ahler, Tenhagen), Badger 9 (Dailey 3, Andresen 2, Bowers, Wieseman 2, Meinen). Free throws missed—Wilmot 0, Badger 2. Total fouls—Wilmot 10, Badger 13.


Junior varsity—Wilmot 76, Badge 56.


-- Burlington 66, Delavan-Darien 47—Burlington’s pressure defense forced 24 Delavan-Darien turnovers, and the Comets lost a Southern Lakes home game.


The Comets (3-3, 1-2) made only six of 20 shots around the basket. The Demons built a


35-22 lead by halftime.


Tyler Butke led Delavan-Darien with 19 points.


Travis Crayton led Burlington (5-3, 3-1) with 20, including four three-pointers.


BURLINGTON 66, DELAVAN-DARIEN 47

Burlington (66)—Taylor, 2-0-4; Robers, 2-0-5; Miller, 2-0-4; Vogt, 1-0-2; Brandt, 4-1-10; Jensen, 1-0-2; Schuerman, 2-0-4; Dillon, 1-0-2; Bonezkowski, 3-0-6; Crayton, 8-0-20; Krien, 1-0-2; Chavarria, 2-1-5. Totals: 29-2-66.


Delavan-Darien (47)—Kieffer, 0-2-2; Armato, 1-0-3; Scott, 2-0-5; Fowlkes, 2-0-5; Brickner, 2-2-6; Griffin, 0-1-1; Heidelburg, 1-1-4; Hatall, 0-2-2; Butke, 8-3-19. Totals: 16-11-47.


Burlington 15 20 16 15—66


Delavan-Darien 9 13 13 12—47


Three-point goals—Burlington 6 (Crayton 4, Robers, Brandt), Delavan-Darien 4 (Armato, Scott, Fowlkes, Heidelburg). Free throws missed—Burlington 2, Delavan-Darien 6. Total fouls—Burlington 18, Delavan-Darien 11.


Junior varsity—Burlington 55, Delavan-Darien 40.


-- Waterford 54, Westosha 40—Waterford (5-1, 3-0) held Westosha Central to single-digit scoring in each of the first three quarters and cruised to a Southern Lakes win that lifted the Wolverines into a first-place tie with idle Elkhorn.


The Wolverines limited Central (1-6, 1-3) to three points in the second quarter, giving


Waterford a 30-9 halftime lead.


Beau Steffens led Waterford with 20 points, and teammate Brent Plantz added 14.


WATERFORD 54, WESTOSHA 40

Waterford (54)—Vaccaro, 2-0-5; B. Steffens, 8-2-20; Sturino, 5-1-11; Plantz, 7-0-14; Chart, 2-0-4. Totals:


Westosha (40)—Damaschke, 2-4-8; Milz, 3-2-8; Michelau, 3-0-7; Wilson, 0-2-2; Stoxen, 1-0-3; Sjong, 1-0-2; McCoy, 2-1-6; Richter, 1-2-4. Totals: 13-11-40.


Waterford 16 14 9 19—54


Westosha Central 9 3 7 21—40


Three-point goals—Waterford 3 (B. Steffens 2, Vacarro 1), Westosha 3 Michelau 1, Stoxen 1, McCoy 1). Free throws missed—Waterford 2, Westosha 5. Total fouls—Waterford 18, Westosha 10. Fouled out—Milz.



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