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Oregon's hot shooting burns Milton

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February 21, 2009

Badger


boys basketball



SOUTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Monroe 10 2 13 6


Madison Edgewood 8 2 13 4


Stoughton 7 4 9 9


Milton 6 5 8 10


Oregon 6 6 7 11


Monona Grove 3 9 4 15


Fort Atkinson 0 12 1 18


NORTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Waunakee 11 1 16 3


Baraboo 9 3 16 3


Portage 8 4 14 5


Sauk Prairie 5 7 11 8


Reedsburg 4 8 7 18


DeForest 4 7 7 11


Mount Horeb 0 11 3 15


RESULTS FRIDAY


South


Oregon 67, Milton 51


Monroe 48, Monona Grove 34


North


DeForest 53, Baraboo 51


Portage 49, Mount Horeb 32


Waunakee 65, Reedsburg 54


Nonconference


Sauk Prairie at Fort Atkinson


GAME TODAY


South


Stoughton at Edgewood, 5:45 p.m.


GAMES MONDAY


South


Milton at Edgewood


North


DeForest at Mount Horeb


Oregon High School relied on hot shooting to burn Milton, 67-51, in Badger South boys basketball Friday night.


The Panthers made 21 of 33 field-goal attempts for 64 percent, including 7 of 12 three-point baskets, to control the Red Hawks.


Oregon made all seven of its three-point shots in the first half for a 35-23 lead. The Panthers gained a 26-17 advantage in the fourth quarter, making 16 of 18 free throws.


Mason Walters scored a game-high 21 points for Milton (7-11, 6-5). Jason Hinz scored 18 points, including five three-point baskets to pace Oregon (7-11, 6-6).


OREGON 67, MILTON 51


Oregon (67)—Amend, 5-6-17; Hinz, 6-1-18; Keuler, 2-4-8; Schwartz, 1-0-2; Ironmonger, 4-3-12; McCauley, 0-1-1; Lindsey, 0-2-2; Gorman, 0-1-1; Subach, 3-0-6. Totals: 21-18-67.


Milton (51)—Knudtson, 2-0-4; Richards, 2-0-5; Farnsworth, 1-0-2; Ganz,. 3-0-6; Walters. 7-3-21; McCarthy, 0-1-1; Ziegler, 3-0-6; Hammon, 3-0-6. Totals: 21-4-51.


Oregon 25 10 6 26—67


Milton 13 10 11 17—51


Three-point goals—Oregon 7 (Hinz 5, Amend, Ironmonger) Milton 5 (Walters 4, Richards), Free throws missed—Oregon 4, Milton 6. Total fouls—Oregon 13, Milton 18. Fouled out—Farnsworth.


n Monroe 48, Monona Grove 34—Monroe (13-6, 10-2) clinched a tie for its third straight Badger South championship.


Madison Edgewood (8-2) must beat Stoughton tonight and Milton on Monday to tie Monroe for the title.


Mitch Tordoff and Jake Grinnell scored 15 points apiece to lead Monroe past Monona Grove (4-15, 3-9), which trailed 15-2 after the first quarter.


MONROE 48, MONONA GROVE 34


Monona Grove (34)—Rast, 1; Retzlaff, 6; Briggs, 2; Fredenberg, 2; Welsch, 2; Manthe, 12; Kondrasuk, 10. Totals: 11-9-34.


Monroe (48)—McArdle, 5; Barrett, 5; Sampson, 3; Frint, 2; B. Tordoff, 2; M. Tordoff, 15; Grinnell, 15. Totals: 18-8-48.


Monona Grove 2 4 12 16—34


Monroe 15 6 13 14—48


Three-point goals—Monona Grove 3 (Retzlaff 2, Manthe), Monroe 4 (M. Tordoff 3, Grinnell). Free throws missed—Monona Grove 1, Monroe 8. Total fouls—Monona Grove 17, Monroe 11.


Nonconference


n Sauk Prairie 66, Fort Atkinson 56—A 23-10 advantage in the third quarter lifted the vistiting Eagles (11-8) to a Badger crossover nonconference win.


Jacob Enslund paced the Blackhawks (1-18) with 20 points, while Brady Sexton added 11.


SAUK PRAIRIE 66, FORT ATKINSON 56


Sauk Prairie (66)—McCoy, 1-4-6; Carden, 5-0-14; Keena, 3-0-7; Schwartz, 7-4-19; Pings, 1-2-4; Breunig, 2-1-5; Fenning, 1-0-2; Lorenz, 1-1-3; Walsh, 0-1-1; Buttig, 1-2-5. Totals: 23-14-66.


Fort Atkinson (56)—Boone, 3-2-8; Dresdow, 3-1-7; Herrington, 2-2-6; Enslund, 7-0-20; Sexton, 3-2-11; Stark, 1-0-2; Walk, 1-0-2. Totals; 20-7-56.


Sauk Prairie 16 9 23 18—66


Fort Atkinson 10 13 10 23—56


Three-point goals—Sauk Prairie 6 (Carden 4, Keena, Schwartz), Fort Atkinson 9 (Enslund 6, Sexton 3). Free throws missed—Sauk Prairie 9, Fort Atkinson 7. Total fouls—Sauk Prairie 18, Fort Atkinson 20. Fouled out—Fenning, Dresdow.



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