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Monona Grove upsets Milton boys

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February 18, 2009

Badger


boys basketball



SOUTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Monroe 9 2 12 6


Madison Edgewood 8 2 13 4


Stoughton 7 4 9 8


Milton 6 4 7 10


Oregon 5 6 6 11


Monona Grove 3 8 4 14


Fort Atkinson 0 11 1 16


NORTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Waunakee 10 1 15 3


Baraboo 9 2 16 2


Portage 7 4 13 5


Sauk Prairie 5 7 10 8


Reedsburg 4 7 7 11


DeForest 3 7 6 11


Mount Horeb 0 10 3 14


RESULTS TUESDAY


South


Monona Grove 66, Milton 55


Monroe 78, Fort Atkinson 37


Stoughton 50, Oregon 48


North


Waunakee 71, Baraboo 33


Portage 54, Sauk Prairie 44


DeForest 63, Reedsburg 43


Nonconference


Edgewood 60, Mount Horeb 44


GAMES FRIDAY


South


Oregon at Milton


Monona Grove at Monroe


North


DeForest at Baraboo


Mount Horeb at Portage


Waunakee at Reedsburg


Nonconference


Sauk Prairie at Fort Atkinson


Just when Milton High’s boys basketball team was on roll, Monona Grove popped up and surprised the Red Hawks.


Zak Manthe scored a game-high 26 points as the host Silver Eagles built an 11-point halftime lead Tuesday night and made it stand up for a 66-55 victory that snapped Milton’s two-game win streak that included a major win over Monroe.


The loss dropped Milton (7-10) a half-game behind third-place with Stoughton (7-4) at 6-4 in the Badger South, while Monona Grove improved to 4-14 and 3-8.


The Silver Eagles (3-9) also got 14 points from Aaron Kondrasuk. Mason Walters led Milton with 21, and teammate Brandon Knudtson added 11.


MONONA GROVE 66, MILTON 55


Milton (55)—Farnsworth, 6; Ziegler, 4; Richards, 4; Trewyn, 4; Hammon, 3; Walters, 21; McCarthy, 2; Knudtson, 11. Totals: 17-18-55.


Monona Grove (66)—Briggs, 7; Retzlaff, 7; Kinney, 4; Fredenberg, 3; Manthe, 26; Zweifel, 2; Alexander 2; Kondrasuk, 14; Gaudet, 1. Totals: 24-14-66.


Milton 10 12 16 17—55


Monona Grove 14 19 14 19—66


Three-point goals—Milton 3 (Walters 2, Knudtson), Monona Grove 4 (Kondrasuk 2, Retzlaff, Fredenburg). Free throws missed—Milton 8, Monona Grove 10. Total fouls—Milton 17, Monona Grove 17. Fouled out—Knudtson.


n Monroe 78, Fort Atkinson 37—Mitch Tordoff made all five of his three-point goals in the first half as the Cheesemakers (12-6, 9-2) breezed past the host Blackhawks (1-16, 0-12) and grabbed a half-game lead over Madison Edgewood in the Badger South.


Monroe led 20-2 after the first quarter, and Tordoff finished with 23 points.


MONROE 78, FORT ATKINSON 37


Monroe (78)—Rast, 2-0-4; Sampson, 2-0-5; M. Tordoff, 9-0-23; McCardle, 3-0-7; Capesins, 2-0-4; Barrett, 2-0-5; Buol, 1-3-5; Geiger, 1-0-2; Grinnell, 3-2-10; Frint, 4-3-11; Touek, 1-0-2. Totals: 30-9-78.


Fort Atkinson (37)—Bohn, 2-0-4; Dresdow, 4-0-9; Golstan, 1-0-3; Enslin, 4-0-8; Sexton, 1-0-3; Kempna, 1-0-2; Falk, 3-2-8. Totals: 16-2-37.


Monroe 20 21 13 24—78


Fort Atkinson 2 10 15 10—37


Three-point goals—Monroe 10 (Sampson, M. Tordoff 5, McCardle, Barrett, Grinnell 2), Fort 3 (Dresdow, Golstan, Sexton). Free throws missed—Monroe 0, Fort Atkinson 1. Total fouls—Monroe 11, Fort Atkinson 10.


n Stoughton 50, Oregon 48—Stoughton (9-8, 7-4) used an 18-8 advantage ion free throws to pull put a Badger South win at Oregon.


Skip Gerber led the victorious Vikings with 15 points, while Jason had three thre-point goals and 11 points to pace Oregon (6-11, 5-6).


STOUGHTON 50, OREGON 48


Stoughton (50)—Se. Gerber, 7; Thiermann , 6; Brooks, 6; Speth, 5; Palmer, 4; Adams, 3; Wenzel, 3; Sk. Gerber, 15; Slaby, 1.Totals: 15-18-50.


Oregon (48)—Ironmonger, 8; Subach, 5; Schwartz, 5; Amend, 3; McCauley, 3; Keuler, 2; Hinz, 11; Gorman, 10; Listol, 1. Totals: 18-8-48.


Stoughton 9 15 13 13—50


Oregon 9 14 13 12—48


Three-point goals—Stoughton 2 (Adams, Sk. Gerber), Oregon 3 (Hinz 3). Free throws missed—Stoughton 11, Oregon 7. Total fouls—Stoughton 17, Oregon 23.



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