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Elkhorn boys clinch title tie; Delavan-Darien rallies to beat Badger

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February 13, 2009

Southern Lakes


boys basketball


League Season


W L W L


Elkhorn 10 0 16 1


Waterford 7 2 11 5


Delavan-Darien 4 5 8 9


LG Badger 4 6 7 9


Union Grove 3 6 6 9


Westosha Central 2 7 2 15


Wilmot 2 6 2 14


RESULTS THURSDAY


Elkhorn 58, Westosha 31


Delavan-Darien 69, Badger 61


GAME TONIGHT


Wilmot at Union Grove


GAMES SATURDAY


Randolph at Badger (NC)


Fort Atkinson at Waterford (NC)


GAMES TUESDAY


Elkhorn at Waterford


Delavan-Darien at Union Grove


Wilmot at Westosha Central


Elkhorn High’s state-rated boys basketball team will do no worse than share the Southern Lakes Conference championship.


The Elks, No. 8 in the AP Division 1 poll, went to 16-1 for the season and clinched a title tie with a 10-0 conference record by walloping Westosha Central, 58-31, Thursday night.


The Elks lead Waterford (7-2) by two games in the loss column with only two to go. They can clinch the undisputed title by beating the second-place Wolverines on Tuesday night at Waterford.


Elkhorn put away visiting Westosha (2-15, 2-7) with a 23-0 run that finished the third quarter and started the fourth. The Elks led 31-25 when the decisive run started.


ELKHORN 58, WESTOSHA 31


Westosha (31)—Lehner, 1-0-2; Wilson, 2-3-7; McCoy, 1-4-6; Koeshall, 3-1-7; Ramstad, 1-1-3; Zietsma, 1-0-2; Feivor, 2-0-4. Totals: 11-9-31.


Elkhorn (58)—Brellenthin, 1-0-2; Gahart, 2-0-4; Olson, 2-0-5; O’Laughlin, 4-2-10; Findreng, 2-2-8; Lockhart, 5-0-12; Bryson, 3-2-9; Blackbourn, 2-1-6; Suchy, 1-0-2. Totals: 22-7-58.


Westosha Central 7 9 9 6—31


Elkhorn 14 12 11 21—58


Three-point goals—Elkhorn 7 (Findreng 2, Lockhart 2, Olson, Bryson, Blackbourn). Free thrws missed--Westosha 5, Elkhorn 8. Total fouls—Westosha 15, Elkhorn 15.


Junior varsity—Elkhorn 51, Westosha 47.


n Delavan-Darien 69, Badger 61—Delavan-Darien (8-9, 4-5) withstood visiting Lake Geneva Badger’s 12 three-point goals and overcame a 15-point deficit to gain a Southern Lakes victory.


Preston Dailey led Badger (7-9, 4-6) with six three-pointers overall, and his team raced to 24-12 lead by the end of the first quarter. The Badgers extended it 27-12 before Tyler Butler, Aaron Logterman, Jarrett Fowles and Riley Scott brought the Comets back.


Butke and Logterman each had seven points in a 21-11 second quarer that pulled Delavan-Darien within 35-33. Scott had a 10-point third period that helped lift the Comets into a 50-50 tie, and Delvan-Darien made 12 of 14 free throws in the fourth quarter to secure the victory.


Butke and Logterman each finished with 16 points, whiles Fowlkes added 14 and Scott scored 12. Dailey had 12 points, and Badger teammate Braden Tice had 14, including four three-point goals.


DELAVAN-DARIEN 69, BADGER 61


Badger (61)—Dailey, 7-1-21; Tice, 5-0-14; Bower, 2-0-4; Gaugert, 2-0-6; Lois, 2-0-4; Wieseman. 3-2-8; Lorenzi, 2-0-4. Totals: 23-3-61.


Delavan-Dafrien (69)—Armato, 1-0-3; Scott, 4-2-12; Cesarz, 1-0-2; Fowlkes, 4-4-14; Brickner, 3-0-6; Butke, 6-4-16; Logterman, 6-4-16. Totals: 25-14-69.


Lake Geneva Badger 24 11 15 11—61


Delavan-Darien 12 21 17 19—69


Three-point goals—Badger 12 (Dailey 6, Tice 4, Gaugert 2), Delavan-Darien 5 (Scott 2, Fowlkes, 2, Armato). Free throws missed—Badger 4, Delavan-Darien 5. Total fouls—Badger 22, Delavan-Darien 9.


Junior varsity—Badger 66, Delavan-Darien 53.



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