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December 29, 2009
— Lexi Weigand was unstoppable for Fort Atkinson’s girls basketball team Monday night.

The sophomore guard scored 26 points to lead the Blackhawks to a 48-42 win over Whitewater in the second game of the Fort Atkinson Holiday Tournament.


Fort Atkinson (2-4) will play Lakeside Lutheran in tonight’s title game.


Whitewater faces Oconomowoc in the consolation game.


The Whippets led 22-19 at half but were outscored 12-3 in the third quarter.


Sophomore center Julia Shelbourn scored 20 points to lead Whitewater.


FORT ATKINSON 48, WHITEWATER 42

Whitewater (42)—Mockison, 1-0-2; Je. Shelbourn, 2-2-6; Harty, 2-2-6; Harms, 1-0-2; Runez, 1-0-2; Ju. Shelbourn, 5-10-20; Griep, 1-0-2; Hookstead, 1-0-2. Totals: 14-14-42.


Fort Atkinson (48)—A. Boos, 1-1-3; Lonza, 1-0-2; Weigand, 7-9-26; Baer, 1-0-3; N. Boos, 1-0-2; Fitzgerald, 2-2-7; White, 1-1-3.; Kotz, 1-0-2. Totals: 15-13-48.


Whitewater 8 14 3 17—42


Fort Atkinson 3 16 12 17—48


Three-point goals—Fort Atkinson 5 (Weigand 3, Baer, Fitzgerald). Free throws missed—Whitewater 7, Fort Atkinson 13. Total fouls—Whitewater 21, Fort Atkinson 19. Fouled out—Fitzgerald.


-- Lakeside Lutheran 43, Oconomowoc 37—Alex Anthon scored 17 points to lead Lakeside to a semifinal victory in the Fort Atkinson tournament.


Carley Esser scored 10 points to lead Oconomowoc.


LAKESIDE LUTHERAN 43, OCONOMOWOC 37

Oconomowoc (37)—Haertle 1-2-4, Snyder 0-1-1, Trom 2-1-5, Pernick 2-2-6, Brooks 3-0-6, Esser 5-0-10, Thelen 2-0-5. Totals 15-6-37.


Lakeside Lutheran (43)—Hinstorff 1-0-2, Genz 1-0-2, Carlson 3-2-8, Anthon 8-1-17, Ridgeman 1-0-2, Lehman 0-3-3, Luisier 1-2-4, Hackbarth 0-2-2, Willems 1-1-3. Totals 16-11-43.


Oconomowoc 14 4 8 11—37


Lakeside Lutheran 7 12 11 15—43


Three-point goals—O 1 (Thelen). Free throws missed—O 6, L 14. Total fouls—O 22, L 16. Fouled out—Trom.


-- Elkhorn 51, Iola-Scandinavia 31—The Elks held the Thunderbirds to single digits in the first half en route to a


34-13 lead in the Westfield Tournament opener.


Katherine Neshek scored 11 points and Carly Larsen scored 10 for Elkhorn (2-5).


ELKHORN 51, IOLA-SCANDINAVIA 31

Elkhorn (52)—Larsen, 3-3-10; Simons, 2-0-4; Neshek, 4-2-11; Rogers, 0-2-2; White, 0-4-4; Reynolds, 1-0-2; Blackbourn, 2-0-4; Schahczinski, 3-0-6; Ames, 1-0-2; Woellert, 3-0-6. Totals: 19-11-51.


Iola-Scandinavia (31)—Oppo, 1-0-2; Melum, 2-0-4; Erickson, 2-0-4; Griffin, 2-4-8; Baldwin, 1-0-2; Cody, 5-0-11. Totals: 13-4-31.


Elkhorn 16 18 8 9—51


Iola-Scandinavia 9 4 16 2—31


Three-point goals—Iola-Scandinavia (Cody), Elkhorn 2 (Larson, Neshek), Free throws missed—Iola-Scandanavia 3, Elkhorn 0. Total fouls—Iola-Scandinavia 14, Elkhorn 11.


-- Monroe 65, Northland Pines 43—The Cheesemakers held a 30-11 lead after the first half.


Ashley Hermanson scored 16 points and teammate Jamie Armstrong added 12 points in a Century Classic opener.


MONROE 65, NORTHLAND PINES 43

Northland Pines (43)—Harfart, 7; Gwinn 7; M. Weber 5; C. Weber 4; Sparks 4; Arnold 2; Darton 2; DePue 2; Mai 10. Totals: 15-12-43.


Monroe (65)—Ditter, 8; Bryce 8; Sellnow 5; Ritschard 5; Sutter 3; McArdle 3; Erickson 3; Dahlk, 2; Hermanson 16; Armstrong 12. Ttoals; 23-16-65.


Northland Pines 5 6 13 19—43


Monroe 13 17 20 15—65


Three-point goals—Northland Pines 2 (Harfart), Monroe 3 (Sellnow, Ritschard, Sutter). Free throws missed—Northland Pines 8, Monroe 9. Total foules—Northland Pines 20, Monroe 18.


-- Parkview 52, Crittenden, Ky. 39—The Vikings held Crittenden to a basket in the fourth quarter to ensure the victory in the KSA Holiday Tournament opener at the Disney Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, Fla.


Parkview trailed 10-8 after the first quarter, but rallied for a 20-14 advantage in the second quarter for a 28-24 lead. The Vikings’ Brianna Ryan scored eight of her 14 points in the first half.


The Vikings pounded Crittenden 14-2 in the fourth quarter to pocket the victory.


PARKVIEW 52, CRITTENDEN 39

Crittenden (39)—Hodge, 6-7-21; Tabor, 3-0-9; Johnson, 2-1-5; Franklin, 1-0-2; Brown, 1-0-2./ Totasls: 13-8-39.


Parkview (52)—Danielson 1-0-2; Harnack 0-1-1; Neal, 4-0-8; Cook, 0-2-2; Larsen, 3-6-13; Nyman, 2-0-5; Aasen, 1-3-5; Ryan, 6-2-14; Greneman, 2-0-2. Total: 18-14-52.


Crittenden, Ky. 10 14 13 2—39


Orfordville Parkview 8 20 10 14—52


Three-point goals—Crittenden 5 (Hodge 2, Tabor 3), Parkview 2 (Larson, Nyman). Free throws missed—Crittenden 1, Parkview 3. Total fouls—Crittenden 15, Parkview 8.


-- Albany 60, Fenton 27—Courtney Pfeuti scored 13 of her 23 points in the first half to pace the Comets to the nonconference win.


Sydney Bump scored 11 of her 15 points in the second half, while teammate Hayli Peach scored all 13 of her points in the first half for Albany (6-4).


ALBANY 60, FENTON 27

Fenton (27)—Kisting, 1-0-2; Malone, 1-0-2; Leeser 1-0-2; Lyne, 2-0-4; Neis, 3-0-6; Mowery. 4-3-11. Totals: 12-3-27.


Albany (60)—S. Bump, 7-1-15; Best, 2-0-4; Peach, 3-4-13; Kauk, 2-0-4; Pfeuti, 10-3-23; Barley, 0-1-1. Totals: 24-9-60.


Fenton 5 2 12 8—27


Albany 15 17 15 13—60


Three-point goals—Albany 3 (Peach). Free throws missed—Fenton 2, Albany 9. total fouils—Fenton 13, Albany 8.


-- Delavan-Darien 52, Milwaukee Washington 40—Alana Cesarz scored 16 points and Michelle Wenzel added 12 as Delavan-Darien won a semifinal game in the Waukesha South tournament.


Delavan-Darien (5-1) took a 25-15 lead at halftime. The game was split into 16-minute halves.


LaShawda Thomas scored 16 points to lead Milwaukee Washington.


DELAVAN-DARIEN 52, MILWAUKEE WASHINGTON 40

Delavan-Darien (52)—Miller 3-0-6, Rendon 2-0-4, Wenzel 4-4-12, O’Neil 1-1-3, Flood 2-2-7, Cesarz 5-5-16, Norris 1-1-3, Hudson 0-1-1. Totals 18-14-52.


Milwaukee Washington (40)—Evans 2-0-4, Bergiun 6-0-12, Marrero 3-0-7, Lewis 0-1-1, Thomas 6-2-16. Totals 17-3-40.


Delavan-Darien 25 27—52


Milwaukee Washington 15 25—40


Three-point goals—DD 2 (Flood, Cesarz), MW 3 (Marrero, Thomas 2). Free Throws missed—DD 6, MW 5. Total fouls—DD 8, MW 17. Fouled out—Marrero.


-- Waterford 53, West Allis Central 49—Waterford hit seven three-point goals and held off visiting West Allis Central.


Jenny Carriveau scored 20 points and hit a three-pointer in every quarter, and teammate Alyssa Baker (17 points) made all three of hers in the first half to lead the Wolverines to the victory.


WATERFORD 53, WEST ALLIS CENTRAL 49

West Allis Central (49)—Schmindt, 2-2-6; Kraker, 3-1-8; Zube, 0-1-1; Hibbard, 8-2-18; Valdez, 0-2-2; Myles, 4-1-9; hankins, 1-3-5. Totals: 18-12-49.


Waterford (53)—Carriveau, 7-2-20; Santiago, 1-0-2; Rank, 4-4-12; Hribar, 1-0-2; Baker, 5-4-17. Totals: 18-10-53.


West Allis Central 12 9 13 15—49


Waterford 8 13 15 17—53


Three-point goals—West Allis Central 1 (Kraker), Waterford 7 (Carriveau 4, Baker 3). Free throws missed—West Allis Central 9, Waterford 10. Total fouls—West Allis Central 20, Waterford 16.


-- Sparta 54, Big Foot 51—Haley Schwartz scored a game-high 22 points but it wasn’t enough for Big Foot in a nonconference loss in the La Crosse Aquinas tournament.


Courtney Spangler added 13 points.


SPARTA 54, BIG FOOT 51

Sparta (54)—Kirking, 16; Trosst, 4; Anderson 16; herrman 3; Nading 3; Lindley 2; Olsen 3; Murray 7.


Big Foot (51)—Young 1; Schwartz 22; Isham 4; Courier 4; Spangler 13; Utesch 3.


Sparta 16 10 15 13—54


Big Foot 13 7 20 11—51



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