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February 14, 2009

Badger


girls basketball



SOUTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Edgewood 11 1 16 3


Monroe 10 1 17 2


Oregon 7 4 14 5


Milton 4 7 5 13


Monona Grove 3 8 4 15


Fort Atkinson 2 9 3 15


Stoughton 2 9 2 16


NORTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Sauk Prairie 9 2 16 3


Reedsburg 8 3 16 3


DeForest 8 3 11 8


Waunakee 6 5 10 8


Baraboo 5 6 10 9


Mount Horeb 3 7 8 9


Portage 0 12 3 16


RESULTS FRIDAY


South


Monroe 55, Stoughton 37


Oregon 52, Monona Grove 31


North


Reedsburg 57, Mount Horeb 38


DeForest 58, Portage 53


Waunakee 56, Baraboo 37


Nonconference


Sauk Prairie 79, Milton 48


GAME MONDAY


Fort Atkinson at Jefferson (NC)


GAMES TUESDAY


Milton at Elkhorn (NC)


Stoughton at Delavan-Darien (NC)


GAMES THURSDAY


North


Milton at Fort Atkinson


Monroe at Monona Grove


Oregon at Stoughton


South


Reedsburg at Baraboo


Waunakee at Sauk Prairie


Mount Horeb at DeForest


Nonconference


Edgewood at Portage



Sauk Prairie’s high-flying Eagles showed Milton High why they’re one of the best teams in Badger Conference girls basketball.


Kelly Budd, a 5-9 junior guard, led the way with 31 points Friday night as the North Division leaders rolled over the visiting Red Hawks, 79-48, in a nconference game.


Sauk Prairie, which leads the North by one game over DeForest and Reedsburg, improved to 16-3 for the season. Milton fell to 5-13.


Milton trailed by nine at halftime, but was outscored 38-16 in the second half.


Sophomore center Liz Eide had 12 points to lead the Red Hawks, and Amber Davis added 10.


SAUK PRAIRIE 79, MILTON 48


Milton (48)—Roherty, 8; Roach, 7; Shadel, 4; McNall, 2; Roth, 3; Little, 2; Eide, 12; Davis, 10. Totals: 21-3-48.


Sauk Prairie (79)—Meyer, 8; Barth, 7; Osgood, 7; Puls, 6; Hahn, 6; Budd, 31; Fiene, 2; Muchow, 2; Thrune, 10. Totals: 32-11-79.


Milton 15 17 8 8—48


Sauk Prairie 18 23 21 17—79


Three-point goals—Milton 3 (Roherty 2, Roach), Sauk Prairie 4 (Budd 2, Thrune, Osgood). Free throws missed—Milton 1, Sauk Prairie 3. Total fouls—Milton 15, Sauk Prairie 9.


n Monroe 55, Stoughton 37—The host Cheesemakers pulled away early against visiting Stoughton as they moved within one game of sharing the Badger South championship.


The Cheesemakers (17-2, 10-1) still are a game behind Madison Edgewood (11-1), which has clinched a tie for the title, but they can make it a co-championship by beating Monona Grove next Thursday.


Ashley Hermanson had 16 points to lead the defending WIAA Division 2 champion Cheesemakers, while Kyleigh Sellnow added 11.


Brianna Bower led the Vikings (2-16, 2-9) with 11.


MONROE 55, STOUGHTON 37


Stoughton (37)—Dellenbach, 1-4-7; C. Olson, 0-2-2; M. Bower, 3-1-8; B. Bower, 4-1-11; Krause, 1-0-2; B. Olson, 1-1-3; Miskowski, 2-0-4. Totals: 12-9-37.


Monroe (55)—Brice, 1-0-2; Sutter, 3-0-8; Rufenacht, 3-3-10; Sellnow, 4-0-11; Mertolot, 0-2-2; Hermanson, 8-0-16; Ritschard, 3-0-6. Totals: 22-5-55.


Stoughton 5 7 10 15—37


Monroe 16 16 16 7—55


Three-point goals—Stoughton 4 (B. Bauer 2, M. Bauer, Dellanbach), Monroe 6 (Sellnow 3, Sutter 2, Rufenacht). Free throws missed—Stoughton 5, Monroe 7. Total fouls—Stoughton 8, Monroe 7.


Junior varsity—Monroe 48, Stoughton 22.


n Oregon 52, Monona Grove 31—The host Panthers coasted to a Badger South win.


Kayla Crowley and April Cook scored 14 points each to lead Oregon (14-5, 7-4).


OREGON 52, MONONA GROVE 31


Monona Grove (31)—C. Blazer, 7; J. Schmitz, 6; M. Blazer, 5; Veserat, 5; Boushea, 3. E. Schmitz, 3; Ruid, 2. Totals: 9-12-31.


Oregon (52)—Gundlach, 7; Atkinson, 4; Ka. Hanson, 5; Wilhelm, 3; Ke. Hanson, 3; Kleitsch, 2; Cook, 14; Crowley, 14. Totals: 18-14-52.


Monona Grove 7 13 6 5—31


Oregon 15 9 10 18—52


Three-point goals—Monona Grove 1 (J. Schmitz), Oregon 2 (Crowley, Gundlach). Free throws missed—Monona Grove 8, Oregon 11. Total fouls—Monona Grove 18, Oregon 18. Fouled out—C. Blazer.



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