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Elkhorn rolls to victory

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Gazette staff
February 7, 2009

Elkhorn High’s state-rated boys basketball team went to work early Friday night and never let up.


The Elks, No. 9 in the AP Division 1 poll, jumped off to an 18-6 lead in the first quarter at Union Grove and pushed their Southern Lakes Conference record to 8-0 with a 55-43 victory.


The Elks led 28-20 at halftime, then sealed the deal with a 15-9 advantage in the third quarter.


Skyler O’Laughlin scored 15 points to lead Elkhorn, which is 14-1 overall. Eric Bryson added 14 for the Elks, and teammate Max Findreng scored 11


Nathan Radke led Union Grove with 12.


ELKHORN 55, UNION GROVE 43


Elkhorn (45)—Gahart, 2-0-5; Olson, 0-1-1; O’Laughlin, 5-5-15; Findreng, 3-2-11; Bryson, 4-5-14; Schmidt, 4-1-9. Totals: 17-14-55.


Union Grove (43)—Schauf, 1-0-3; Geise, 1-0-3; Radke, 4-3-12; Herzfeld, 1-2-5; DeBrabander, 1-1-3; Johnson, 3-2-9; Hapner, 3-0-6; Beachem, 1-0-2. Totals: 15-8-43.


Elkhorn 18 10 15 12—55


Union Grove 6 14 9 14—43


Three-point goals—Elkhorn 5 (Gahart, Findreng 3, Byrson). Union Grove 5 (Schauf, Geise, Herzfeld, Radke, Johnson). Free throws missed—Elkhorn 10, Union Grove 3. Total fouls—Elkhorn 12, Union Grove 22. Fouled out—DeBrabander.


Lake Geneva Badger 65, Wilmot 45—Lake Geneva hit 9 three-point goals on its way to a Southern Lakes victory Friday night.


Braden Tice scored 11 of his game-high 19 points for Lake Geneva (4-4) in the first quarter. Paul Dailey added 11 for Badger. Justin Dewing scored 12 points for Wilmot (2-4)


LAKE GENEVA BADGER 65, WILMOT 45


Wilmot (45)—Jaeger 1-0-2, Ott 1-0-2, Dewing 4-3-12, Hettermann 1-0-2, C. Cates 1-0-2, Smith 1-0-2, Schilz 3-0-7, Tenhagen 1-2-5, christian 1-0-2, Marks 2-1-5, D. Cates 0-1-1, Dorn 1-1-3. Totals: 17-8-45.


Lake Geneva (65)—Chironis 2-0-5, Dailey 5-0-11, Tice 6-2-19, Bowers 3-1-7, Gaugert 2-1-6, Lois 1-0-3, Wiesman 0-4-4, Melman 0-2-2, Lorenzi 4-0-8. Totals: 23-10-65.


Wilmot 6 9 15 15—45


Lake Geneva 24 7 19 15—65


Thre-point goals—Wilmot 3 (Dewing, Schilz, Tennagen), Lake Geneva 9 (Tice 5, Chironis 1, Dailey 1, Gaugert 1, Lois 1). Free throws missed—Wilmot 5, Lake Geneva 4. Total fouls—Wilmot 10, Lake Geneva 13.


n Waterford 58, Westosha 42—The visiting Wolverines (6-2 in the Lakes) pulled away in the fourth quarter for the Southern Lakes win.


WATERFORD 58, WESTOSHA 42


Waterford (58)—Vaccaro 1-0-2, Koerman 3-0-7, Sundberg 2-1-5, chart 2-0-4, Steffens 1-3-5, Sturino 8-1-18, Hanson 1-0-2, Ciano 0-2-2, Plautz 4-5-13. Totals: 22-12-58.


Westosha (42)—Lehner 0-2-2, Milz 1-0-2, Michelau 2-0-5, Clark 0-1-1, McCoy 3-3-10, Koeshall 2-2-6, Richter 2-0-4, Zietsma 1-0-2, Feiver 5-0-10. Totals: 16-8-42.


Waterford 19 10 7 22—58


Westosha Central 8 12 11 11—42


Three-point goals—Waterford 2 (Korman Sturino), Westosha 2 (McCoy, Michelau). Free-throws missed—Waterford 9, Westosha 7. Total fouls—Waterford 16, Westosha 15.


Nonconference


Monroe 61, DeForest 37—The Cheesemakers (10-4) rolled to the nonconference win behind 13 points from Mitch Tordoff.


MONROE 61, DEFOREST 37


DeForest (37)—Grinnell, 7; Rast, 5; McArdle, 3; Turek, 2; Sampson, 2; Barrett, 18. Totals: 13-5-37.


Monroe (61)—M. Tordoff, 13; B. Tordoff, 10; Carlon, 8; Chesboro, 5; Stewart, 5; Henriken, 2; Haney, 2; Kalber, 2; Blaska, 12; Wipperfurth, 1. Totals: 26-2-61.


DeForest 14 11 9 3—37


Monroe 18 14 17 12—61


Three-point goals—DeForest 6 (Grinnell 2, Barrett 2, Rast, McArdle), Monroe 7 (Blaska 4, M. Tordoff 3). Free throws missed—DeForest 6, Monroe 0. Total fouls—DeForest 10, Monroe 15.



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