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Elkhorn girls stay in title contender; Delavan-Darien ties for lead

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February 14, 2009

Southern Lakes


girls basketball


League Season


W L W L


Union Grove 8 3 10 5


Delavan-Darien 8 3 15 3


Waterford 7 4 11 6


Elkhorn 7 4 10 8


LG Badger 6 5 13 6


Westosha Central 1 9 4 14


Wilmot 1 10 1 14


RESULTS FRIDAY


Elkhorn 54, Badger 45


Delavan-Darien 60, Westosha 41


Waterford 51, Wilmot 49


GAMES TUESDAY


Milton at Elkhorn (NC)


Stoughton at Delavan-Darien (NC)


Waterford at Milwaukee Washington (NC)


GAMES THURSDAY


Delavan-Darien at Badger


Elkhorn at Union Grove


Wilmot at Westosha


Gazette Staff


Elkhorn High’s girls basketball team remained in the Southern Lakes Conference title chase Friday night.


Ashlyn Anderson and Brianna Entwistle combined for 33 points as the host Elks pulled away for a 54-45 win over Lake Geneva Badger.


Elkhorn (10-8, 7-4) is one-game behind front-running Union Grove and Delavan-Darien (both 8-3) with one game remaining. The Eks finish Thursday at Union Grove and also would a Badger win over Delavan-Darien to gain a share of the championship.


Anderson scored 17 points to lead the Elks, while Entwistle added 16, including three three-point baskets in the first half.


Gina Ambrose led Badger (13-6, 6-5) with 12 points, and Leah Rempert added 11.


ELKHORN 54, BADGER 45


Badger (45)—Stewart, 3-0-8; Reuss, 2-1-6; Ambrose, 4-3-12; Rempert, 4-3-11; Toledo, 4-0-8. Totals: 17-7-45.


Elkhorn (54)—Entwistle, 6-1-16; Larsen, 2-3-7; Reeves, 3-0-6; Anderson, 8-1-17; Wollert, 1-0-2; May, 2-2-6. Totals: 22-7-54.


Badger 14 9 10 12—45


Elkhorn 12 14 11 17—54


Three-point goals—Badger 4 (Stewart 2, Reuss, Ambrose), Elkhorn 3 (Entwistle 3). Free throws missed—Badger 5, Elkhorn 7. Total fouls—Badger 13, Elkhorn 14.


Junior varsity—Badger 39, Elkhorn 35.


n Delavan-Darien 60, Westosha 41—The Comets moved into a tie for first place in the Southern Lakes with Union Grove by crushing the host Falcons.


Delavan-Darien (15-3, 8-3) led 31-21 at half and was never threatened after that.


Emily Norris made six three-point baskets and scored 18 points to lead the Comets, while sophomore center Alana Cesarz added 16.



DELAVAN-DARIEN 60, WESTOSHA 41


Delavan-Darien (60)—Norris,6-0-18; Cesarz, 4-8-16; Epping, 3-4-10; Brown, 3-1-7; Flood, 2-0-5; Collins, 2-0-4. Totals: 20-13-60.


Westosha (41)—Brinkman, 5-8-18; Lois, 3-2-10; Rederer, 3-1-8; Krueger, 1-0-3; Sylvester, 1-0-2. Totals: 13-11-41.


Delavan-Darien 18 13 12 17—60


Westosha Central 8 13 5 15—41


Three-point goals—Delavan-Darien 7 (Norris 6, Flood), Westosha 4 (Lois 2, Rederer, Krueger). Free throws missed—Delavan-Darien 3, Westosha 4. Total fouls—Delavan-Darien 13, Westosha 16.


n Waterford 61, Wilmot 39—Waterford jumped out to a 11-point lead after the first quarter en route to an easy victory at Wilmot, which kept the Wolverines a game behind the Southern Lakes co-leaders./


Ten of the 12 players scored for Waterford (11-6, 7-4), led by Sam Hribar’s 15.


Wilmot’s Brianna John led all scorers with 21 points.


WATERFORD 61, WILMOT 39


Waterford (61)—Kasengren 1-0-2, Carrivian 3-0-6, Santaga 3-2-8, Bohlman 3-0-7, Rank 2-3-7, Hribar 7-1-15, Baker 2-2-7, nannemann 1-0-2, Ramczyk 2-0-4, Estada 1-1-3. Totals: 25-9-61.


Wilmot (39)—Cates 0-1-1, Galek 3-0-6, Wilson 1-0-2, Horn 1-0-2, John 9-3-21, Fischer 0-2-2, Edmonds 1-1-3, Murdock 1-0-2. Totals: 16-7-39.


Waterford 17 11 19 14—61


Wilmot 6 15 9 9—39


Three-point goals—Waterford 2 (Bohlman, Baker). Free throws missed—Waterford 6, Wilmot 9. Total fouls—Waterford 14, Wilmot 15.



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