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Boys basketball summaries

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Gazette Staff
December 29, 2009

Fort Atkinson’s boys basketball team found the win column Monday night.


Michael Knudson’s three-point play with less than two minutes remaining proved to be the difference as the Blackhawks held on for a 48-45 victory over Mayville in the second game of the Fort Atkinson Holiday Tournament.


Fort Atkinson (1-6) will play Lakeside Lutheran in the tonight’s championship game.


Mayville scored with 1:20 to play to cut the lead to one, but could get any closer as the Blackhawks made a pair of free throws in the last minute.


Brady Sexton scored 12 points to lead Fort Atkinson.


FORT ATKINSON 48, MAYVILLE 47

Mayville (47)—Boyle, 4-0-8; Dejno, 0-2-2; Turk, 2-2-7; Geiger, 5-2-12; Hug, 3-0-8; Mooehr, 3 0-6; Waas, 1-0-2; Stellmacher, 1-0-2. Totals: 19-6-47.


Fort Atkinson (48)—D. Demeo, 2-0-4; Schwandt, 4-0-10; Knudson, 4-1-9; Strom, 1-1-3; Sexton, 4-0-12; Stark, 2-1-5; Beaudo, 2-1-5. Totals: 19-4-48.


Mayville 8 15 13 11—47


Fort Atkinson 11 11 12 14—48


Three-point goals—Mayville 3 (Hug 2, Turk), Fort Atkinson 6 (Sexton 4, Schwandt 2). Free throws missed—Mayville 6, Fort Atkinson 5. Total fouls—Mayville 12, Fort Atkinson 13.


-- Laconia 65, Evansville 53—The Spartans made five three-point baskets in the first half en route to the semifinal win in the first game of the Portage Holiday Tournament.


Evansville (4-3) fell behind by 11 by halftime and got no closer than seven in the second half.


Casey Moseley scored 15 points to lead Evansville.


Evansville will play Rio in tonight’s consolation game.


LACONIA 65, EVANSVILLE 53

Laconia (65)—Matheis, 4-1-10; Bressen, 1-0-2; Kinyon, 2-0-4; DeBoer, 6-4-19; Huebszhman, 4-3-11; Cousins, 4-0-8; Woldschmidt, 4-2-11. Totals: 25-10-65.


Evansville (53)—Lunde, 5-1-13; McDonough, 2-0-6; Crider, 1-0-2; Stamm, 1-2-4; Erickson, 5-0-11; Hertley, 1-0-2; Moseley, 4-7-15. Totals: 19-10-53.


Laconia 37 28—65


Evansville 26 27—53


Three-point goals—Laconia 5 (DeBoer 3, Woldschmidt, Matheis), Evansville 5 (Lunde 2, McDonough 2, Erickson). Free throws missed—Laconia 7, Evansville 6. Total fouls—Laconia 15, Evansville 17.


-- Turner 47, Green Lake 43—B.J. Hill and Aaron Jones combined for 37 points to lead Turner to the semifinal win in the Pardeeville Tournament.


Turner (6-1) will play Dodgeland in the championship game tonight.


TURNER 47, GREEN LAKE 43

Turner (47)—Hill, 4-12-21; Schliesmann, 1-0-3; Conway, 1-1-3; Pinkney, 2-0-4; Jones, 6-3-16. Totals: 14-16-47.


Green Lake (43)—Morgan, 1-0-3; Brooks, 9-3-23; VanScyoc, 2-0-4; Neubauer, 5-0-10; McElligott, 1-0-3. Totals: 18-3-43.


Beloit Turner 15 10 8 14—47


Green Lake 7 17 9 10—43


Three-point goals—Turner 3 (Hill, Schliesmann, Jones), Green Lake 4 (Brooks, McElligott, Morgan). Free thorws missed—Turner 6, Green Lake 2. Total fouls—Turner 11, Green Lake 21. Fouled out—Brooks.


-- Country Day, Mich. 61, Memorial 48—Ray McCallum Jr., scored 19 points to lead Country Day over Memorial


(4-2) in the Motor City Round Ball Classic in Southfield, Mich.


McCallum is the son of former Wisconsin assistant and current Detroit Mercy head coach Ray McCallum.


Vander Blue, a Marquette University recruit, finished with 14 points and was the only Spartan in double figures.


COUNTRY DAY 61, MEMORAL 48

Memorial (48)—Fredrick, 2-0-4; Chamberlain, 1-0-2; Burnett, 3-0-7; Cremer, 3-2-9; Blue, 6-0-14; Morris 3-0-6; Fruhling, 0-2-2; Kunder, 2-0-4. Totals: 20-4-9-48.


Country Day (61)—McCallum, 7-3-19; Fowler, 1-4-7; Bailey, 4-3-14; Williams, 5-5-15; Knight, 1-0-2; Elliott, 2-0-4. Totals: 20-15-21 61.


Madison Memorial 11 12 11 14—48


Country Day, Mich. 17 14 11 19—61


Three-point goals—Memorial 4 (Burnett, Cremer, Blue 2). Country Day (McCallum 2, Folwer 2, Bailey 3). Free throws missed—Memorial 5, Country Day 6. Total fouls—Memorial 15, Country Day 12.


-- Lakeside Lutheran 88, Whitewater 66—Jake Jarnigo scored 19 points to lead Lakeside Lutheran to a semifinal victory in the Fort Atkinson tournament.


Whitewater’s Tony Bilder-beck scored a game-high 21 points.


LAKESIDE LUTHERAN 88, WHITEWATER 66

Whitewater (66)—Vohs 2-1-5, Shears 3-0-7, Voss 2-0-6, Bilderbeck 8-2-21, Gabbey 2-2-6, Van Norman 2-2-6, Minnett 3-0-6, Miller 0-2-2, Mitchell 3-0-6, Hemphill 0-1-1. Totals 25-10-66.


Lakeside Lutheran (88)—Jarnigo 5-6-19, Gartner 3-3-10, Demcak 3-1-8, Allister 1-2-5, Kuehl 3-0-6, Lauth 3-1-9, Stelse 2-1-6, Becker 2-0-4, Wilke 2-0-6, Peterson 2-0-4, Ellwein 3-5-11. Totals 29-19-88.


Whitewater 10 11 19 26—66


Lakeside Lutheran 22 24 32 10—88


Three-point goals—Whitewater 6 (Shears, Voss 2, Bilderbeck 3); Lakeside 11 (Jarnigo 3, Gartner, Demcak, Allister, Lauth 2, Stelse, Wilke 2). Free throws missed—Whitewater 9; Lakeside 11. Total fouls—Whitewater 21, Lakeside 15. Fouled out—none.




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