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Delavan-Darien, Elkhorn victims of Southern Lakes upsets; Badger jolts Union Grove

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February 11, 2009

Southern Lakes


girls basketball


League Season


W L W L


Union Grove 8 3 10 5


Delavan-Darien 7 3 14 3


LG Badger 6 4 13 5


Waterford 6 4 10 6


Elkhorn 6 4 9 8


Wilmot 1 9 1 13


Westosha Central 1 8 4 13


RESULTS TUESDAY


Waterford 56, Delavan-Darien 52


Badger 49, Union Grove 46


Westosha 58, Elkhorn 50


GAMES FRIDAY


Badger at Elkhorn


Delavan-Darien at Westosha


Waterford at Wilmot


Alana Cesarz scored a game-high 27 points, but it wasn’t enough for Delavan-Darien High’s girls basketball team on a night of Southern Lakes girls upsets.


Waterford broke a four-game conference losing streak by topping the defending champion Comets, 56-52, Tuesday night and keeping them from grabbing first place.


Delavan-Darien (14-3, 7-3), No. 9 in this week’s AP Division state ratings, remained half-game behind Union Grove (8-3), which lost to Lake Geneva Badger.


Waterford (10-6, 6-4) broke away from a 24-24 halftime tie in a 16-9 third quarter to avenge last month’s 47-43 loss to the visiting Comets.


Stephanie Rank led the Wolverines with 12 points.


WATERFORD 56, DELAVAN-DARIEN 52


Delavan-Darien (52)—Cesarz, 11-5-27; Flood, 3-1-8; Moehling, 1-3-5; Epping, 2-0-4; Norris, 2-0-4; Brown, 1-0-2; Logterman, 0-2-2. Totals: 20-11-52.


Waterford (56)—Rank, 2-8-12; Baker, 4-0-11; Carriveau, 5-1-11; Bohlman, 5-1-11; Santaga, 2-3-7; Hribar, 1-0-2; Ramczyk, 1-0-2. Totals: 20-13-56.


Delavan-Darien 14 10 9 19—52


Waterford 19 5 16 16—56


Three-point goals—Delavan-Darien 1 (Flood), Waterford 3 (Baker 3). Free throws missed—Delavan-Darien 5, Waterford 5.


n Westosha 58, Elkhorn 50—Christina Brinkman hit eight of 11 fourth-quarter free throws en route to a game-high 21 points as Westosha Central (4-13, 1-8) shocked the visiting Elks (9-8, 6-4) for its first Southern Lakes victory.


Central also got 13 points apiece from Faith Lois, who hit two three-pointers with about three minutes to go to give the Falcons a six-point lead.


Ashlyn Anderson led Elkhorn with 16 points. Kasey Reeves and Brianna Entwistle scored 15 and 13, respectively.


WESTOSHA 58, ELKHORN 50


Westosha (58)—Hrncar, 0-2-2; Sylvester, 2-0-4; Lois, 5-0-13; Krueger, 1-3-5; Brinkman, 5-11-21; Rederer, 4-4-13. Totals: 7-20-29-58.


Elkhorn (50)—Entwistle, 3-5-13; Larsen, 0-1-1; Reeves, 6-3-15; Anderson, 6-4-16; May, 2-1-5. Totals: 17-14-23-50.


Westosha Central 11 7 13 27—58


Elkhorn 11 14 8 17—50


Three-point goals—Westosha 4 (Lois 3, Rederer), Elkhorn 2 (Entwistle). Free throws missed—Westosha 9, Elkhorn 9. Total fouls—Westosha 18, Elkhorn 20. Fouled out—Reeves.


Junior varsity—Central 43, Elkhorn 46


n Badger 49, Union Grove 46—Gina Ambrose scored nine of her 19 points in the second quarter as Lake Geneva Badger (13-5, 6-4) grabbed a 26-23 lead and survived a Southern Lakes shootout with the first-place Broncos (10-5, 8-3) that featured 16 three-point baskets.


Union Grove’s Bekah Jasperson hit on three of her five three-pointers in the third quarter en route to a game-high 21 points. Union Grove (8-3) scored only nine fourth-quarter points.


Leah Rempert backed up Ambrose with 10 points for Badger.


BADGER 49, UNION GROVE 46


Union Grove (46)—Jasperson, 7-2-21; Schwartz, 2-0-6; Wilks, 1-0-2; Lee, 2-0-4;, Servi, 3-2-9; Grindle, 1-1-4. Totals: 16-5-46.


Badger (49)—Matherne, 2-0-5; Reuss, 3-2-9; Ambrose, 6-3-19; Rempert, 3-3-10; Toledo, 3-0-6. Totals: 17-8-49.


Union Grove 9 14 14 9—46


Lake Geneva Badger 10 16 13 10—49


Three-point goals—Union Grove 9 (Jasperson 5, Schwartz 2, Servi 1, Grindle 1), Badger 7 (Amborse 4, Stewart 1, Reuss 1, Rempert 1). Free throws missed—Union Grove 11, Badger 6. Total fouls—Union Grove 17, Badger 19.



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