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Blue, Memorial beats top Michigan team, and other scores

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Gazette Staff
December 30, 2009

Vander Blue scored 11 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter to power Madison Memorial past Detroit Southeastern, 50-43, in the Motor City Classic tournament at Beverly Hill, Mich., Tuesday.


Detroit Southeastern is the No. 1-ranked team in Michigan Division 1A boys basketball.


Tre Creamer scored a game-high 22 points for Memorial (5-2).


MEMORIAL 50, DETROIT SOUTHEASTERN 43

Memorial (50)—Fredrick, 1-0-2; Chamberlain 0-1-1; Creamer, 9-2-22; Blue, 5-8-19; Morris, 2-0-4; Kluender, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-11-50.


Southeastern (43)—Carter, 2-2-7; Kearney, 3-2-8; Burgam, 1-0-2; Roseborough, 8-0-19; Gibsonm, 1-0-2; Gray, 1-1-3; Washington, 1-0-2. Totals: 17-5-43.


Madison Memorial 11 12 12 15—50


Det. Southeastern 9 10 9 15—43


Three-point goals—Memorial 3 (Creamer 2, Blue), Southeastern 4 (Carter, Roseborough 3). Free throws missed—Memorial 1, Southeastern 4. Total fouls—Memorial 8, Southwestern 13.


-- Sun Prairie 75, DeForest 50—The Cardinals raced out to a 19-point halftime lead and coasted to the win in the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association tournament at the Field House in Madison.


Chris Hawkins had 20 points to lead Sun Prairie (7-1). Michael Boos added 15.


SUN PRAIRIE 75, DeFOREST 50

DeForest (50)—Hintz, 0-2-2; Stewart, 4-0-10; Johnson, 1-0-2; Wippfurth, 1-0-3; Coorough, 3-0-8; Kalberg, 1-1-3; Renz, 1-4-6; Staffer, 4-0-8; Hidberg, 1-1-3; Winkler, 2-1-5. Totals: 18-5-50.


Sun Prairie (75)—Thiel, 3-0-8; Kajewski, 1-0-2; Noskowiak, 3-1-8; Hawkins, 10-0-20; Boos, 6-0-15; Misslin, 2-0-4; Fuller, 5-0-12; Oakley, 2-0-6. Totals: 32-1-75.


DeForest 6 13 16 15—50


Sun Prairie 14 24 20 17—75


Three-point goals—DeForest 5 (Stewart 2, Coorough 2, Wipperfuth), Sun Prairie 10 (Boos 3, Oakley 2, Fuller 2, Thiel 2, Nowkowiak). Total fouls—DeForest 8, Sun Prairie 11.


Palmyra-Eagle tournament


-- Palmyra-Eagle 56, Johnson Creek 22—Ben Preuss scored 23 points, including five three-point baskets, to lead the Panthers to the semifinal win.


Palmyra-Eagle will play Montello in tonight’s championship game.


PALMYRA-EAGLE 56, JOHNSON CREEK 22

Johnson Creek (22)—Eilenfeldt, 1-0-2; Klug, 0-2-2; Williams, 1-1-3; Albers, 3-0-6; Trapp, 1-0-2; Manogue, 2-0-4; Brooks, 2-1-5. Totals: 9-4-22.


Palmyra-Eagle (56)—McGivern, 4-7-15; Reardon, 1-0-2; Merriner, 0-2-2; Preuss, 8-2-23; Kelly, 0-1-1; Feil, 1-1-3; Meyer, 2-0-4; Houk, 2-0-6. Totals: 18-13-56.


Johnson Creek 6 4 3 9—22


Palmyra-Eagle 19 18 4 15—56


Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 7 (Preuss 5, Houk 2). Free throws missed—Johnson Creek 10, Palmyra-Eagle 3. Total fouls—Johnson Creek 12, Palmyra-Eagle 17.


Portage tournament


-- Evansville 65, Rio 53—The Blue Devils erupted for 24 points in the third quarter en route to the win in the consolation game of the Portage Tournament.


Brian Lunde had 22 points to lead Evansville (5-3), including 10 in the decisive third quarter. Casey Moseley added 15 for the Blue Devils.


EVANSVILLE 65, RIO 53

Rio (53)—O’Brien, 3-0-6; Fugel, 1-4-6; Lansfirk, 1-0-2; Selgie, 4-2-11; B, Carney, 6-0-16; T. Carney, 0-1-1; Francis, 5-1-11. Totals: 20-8-53.


Evansville (65)—Lema-Hernandez, 0-2-2; Lunde, 8-3-22; McDonough, 3-2-9; Crider, 1-2-4; Erickson, 3-0-6; Hertly, 2-0-4; Moseley, 6-3-15; May, 1-1-3. Totals: 24- 13-65.


Rio 9 16 8 20—53


Evansville 18 8 24 15—65


Three-point goals—Rio 5 (B. Carney 4, Selgie), Evansville 4 (Lunde 3, McDonough). Free throws missed—Rio 7, Evansville 3. Total fouls—Rio 15, Evansville 16.


Fort Atkinson tournament


-- Lakeside 62, Fort Atkinson 54—Jake Jarnigo scored 14 points to lead Lakeside Lutheran over Fort Atkinson in the title game of the Fort Atkinson tournament.


Michael Knutson scored 12 points, and Brady Sexton added 11 for Fort (1-7).


LAKESIDE 62, FORT ATKINSON 54

Lakeside Lutheran (62)—Jarnigo, 5-3-14; Gartner, 1-5-7; Kuehl, 3-0-6; Lauth, 3-2-11; Stelse, 2-0-4; Wilke, 3-3-11; Peterson, 0-1-1; Ellwein, 1-2-4. Totals: 20-16-62.


Fort Atkinson (54)—Demeo, 1-0-2; Schwandt, 1-0-2; Ward, 1-0-2; Kempema, 3-2-8; Knutson, 3-6-12; Sexton, 4-0-11; Stark, 2-3-7; Cook, 1-0-2; Beaudo, 3-2-8. Totals: 19-13-54.


Lakeside 20 9 16 18—62


Fort Atkinson 19 8 11 14—54


Three-point goals—Lakeside 6 (Jarnigo, Lauth 3, Wilke 2), Fort Atkinson 3 (Sexton). Free throws missed—Lakeside 15, Fort Atkinson 9. Total fouls—Lakeside 16, Fort Atkinson 20. Fouled out—Ellwein.


-- Whitewater 56, Mayville 35—David Shears scored 17 points and teammate Tony Bilderback added 15 as the Whippets won the Fort Atkinson Holiday Tournament consolation title.


WHITEWATER 56, MAYVILLE 35

Mayville (35)—Hug 5; Moyle 4; Turk 4; Deino 4; Geiger 3; Moehr 2; Frank 2; Waas 10; Stellmacher 1. Totals: 13-8-35.


Whitewater (56)—Mitchell 8; Gabbey 8; Miett 3; Zinzow 2; Miller 2; Shears 17; Bilderback 15; VanNorman 1. Totals: 19-18-56.


Mayville 9 7 6 13—35


Whitewater 8 17 15 16—56


Three-point goals—Mayville 1 (Hug). Free thross missed—Mayville 10, Whitewater 6. Total fouls—Mayviolle 17, Whitewater 15.


Cambridge tournament


-- Edgerton 52, Central Wisconsin 23—Zach Nelson scored 15 points to put the Crimson Tide into today’s Cambridge Holiday Tournament championship game at 4 p.m.


EDGERTON 52, CENTRAL WISCONSIN 23

Edgerton (52)—Samuelson, 0-2-2; Olstad, 1-1-3; Ozga, 2-1-6; Fox, 3-1-7; Oren, 3-1-7; Gregory, 3-1-7; Nelson, 7-1-15; Johnson, 1-0-2; Thompson, 1-1-3. Totals: 21-14-52.


Central Christian (23)—Thomson, 1-1-4; De Young, 1-0-3; Miller, 2-0-5; De Vries, 1-1-3; Ganz, 3-0-6; Vandenberg, 1-0-2. Totals: 9-2-23.


Edgerton 16 10 10 16—52


Cent. WI Christian 4 8 6 5—23


Three-point goals—Edgerton 2 (Fox, Ozga), Central Wis Christ 3 (Miller, De Young, Thomson). Free throws missed—Edgerton 6, Central Wisconsin 3. Total fouls—Edgerton 9, Central Wisconsin 13.



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