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Second-ranked Madison Memorial nets come-from-behind victory at Beloit

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February 11, 2009

Big Eight


boys basketball


League Season


W L W L


Madison Memorial 14 1 16 1


Madison East 13 2 15 2


Verona 11 4 12 5


Beloit Memorial 10 5 12 5


Janesville Craig 7 7 8 8


Madison La Follette 6 9 7 10


Middleton 6 9 7 10


Sun Prairie 4 10 6 10


Madison West 2 13 3 14


Janesville Parker 1 14 1 16


RESULTS TUESDAY


Janesville Craig 51, Janesville Parker 40


Madison Memorial 66, Beloit Memorial 58


Madison East 58, Sun Prairie 57


Middleton 52, Madison La Follette 49


Verona 59, Madison West 48


GAMES THURSDAY


Madison East at Janesville Craig


Janesville Parker at Madison La Follette


Middleton at Madison Memorial


Beloit Memorial at Verona


Madison West at Sun Prairie


Second-ranked Madison Memorial (15-1, 13-1) roared back from a 24-9 first-quarter deficit Tuesday night to beat Beloit Memorial, 66-58, in a key Big Eight boys basketball game at Barkin Arena.


Jerronne Maymon scored 14 of his game-high 32 points in a 27-11 second quarter to pace the Spartans’ comeback. Teammates Vander Blue and Junior Lomomba scored 13 and 10 points, respectively.


All five Beloit starters scored in double figures. Jahlil Smith and Terrell Parks led the tye Purple Knights (12-5, 10-5) with 12 points. K.J. Evans, Sherod Stone and Marshall Davis each had 11.


MEMORIAL 66, BELOIT 58


Memorial (66)—Jones, 1-0-2; Creamer, 4-1-9; Blue, 5-2-13; Lomomba, 4-2-10; Maymon, 12-8-32. Totals: 26-13-66.


Beloit (58)—Stone, 5-1-11; Smith, 5-0-12; Evans, 5-1-11; Parks, 6-0-12. Totals: 27-2-58.


Madison Memorial 9 27 17 13—66


Beloit Memorial 24 11 15 8—58


Three-point goals—Memorial 1 (Blue), Beloit 2 (Smith). Free throws missed—Memorial 8, Beloit 3. Total fouls—Memorial 12, Beloit 18. Fouled out—Parks.


n East 58, Sun Prairie 57 (OT)—Marquis Mason scored 22 points, and fifth-ranked Madison East (15-2, 13-2) survived a major scare from Big Eight rival Sun Prairie (6-10, 4-10).


Nimrod Hilliard IV added 15 points in the host Purgolders’ 13th straight win.


Michael Boos led the Cardinals with 23 points, and Sam Marshall added 12.


EAST 58, SUN PRAIRIE 57 (OT)


Sun Prairie (57)—Enstad, 9; Noskowiak, 7; Handel, 5; Boos, 23; Marshall, 12; Wilberding, 1. Totals: 20-15-57.


East (58)—Park, 6; Baccallao, 5; Hull, 4; McAdams, 4; Mason, 22; Bartelt, 2; Hilliard IV, 15. Totals: 24-7-58.


Sun Prairie 13 13 9 17 5—57


Madison East 18 9 13 12 6—58


Three-point goals—Sun Prairie 2 (Boos 2), East 3 (Park 2, Hilliard IV). Free throws missed—Sun Prairie 3, East 5. Total fouls—Sun Prairie 13, Madison East 17.


n Verona 59, West 48—Jason Ziemer, the Big Eight’s leading scorer (24.9 ppg), dropped in a game-high 19 points as the Wildcats (12-5, 11-4) built a 27-17 halftime lead en route to a conference victory over Madison West Regents (3-14, 2-13).


Matt Ropel added 13 points for Verona. Nobody for West reached double figures.


VERONA 59, MADISON WEST 48


Verona (59)—Wadzinski, 8; Rieau, 4; Karis, 4; Peterson, 3; Schaaf, 2; Brandt, 2; Malofsky, 2; Nauman, 2; Ziemer, 19; Ropel, 13. Totals: 23-14-59.


West (48)—Horton, 9; Harth, 9; Jarvis, 9; Golden, 6; Green, 4; J. Bestor, 4; Reynolds, 3; C. Bestor, 2; Simon, 2. Totals: 19-12-48.


Verona 12 15 13 19—59


Madison West 9 8 16 15—48


Three-point goals—Verona 4 (Ropel 3, Riebau 1), West 5 (Horton 3, Harth, Reynolds). Free throws missed—Verona 5, West 7. Total fouls—Verona 11, West 15.


n Middleton 52, La Follette 49—Matt Everson scored 13 of his 15 points in the second half for Middleton (7-10, 6-9) as the Cardinals pulled out a Big Eight win over visiting Madison La Follette (7-10, 6-9).


Chris Redman scored 11 of his game-high 20 points in the second half for the Lancers.


MIDDLETON 52, LA FOLLETTE 49


La Follette (49)—Dybevik, 1-0-2; Klingler, 3-0-9; Henley, 5-2-12; Dubois, 2-2-6; Redman, 8-3-20. Totals: 19-7-12-49.


Middleton (62)—Adler, 3-0-6; Braga, 2-2-6; Owen, 4-1-9; Everson, 4-7-15; Nelson, 2-3-7; Joyce, 1-1-3; Yaktus, 2-1-6. Totals: 18-15-22-52.


Madison La Follette 11 12 12 14—49


Middleton 16 8 13 15—52


Three-point goals—La Follette 4 (Klingler 3, Redman). Middleton 1 (Yaktus). Free throws missed—La Follette 5, Middleton 7. Total fouls—La Follette 15, Middleton 15. Fouled out— Braga.



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