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Beloit knocks off Madison Memorial

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February 13, 2010

Big Eight


boys basketball


League Season


W L W L


Madison East 13 2 16 2


Madison Memorial 12 3 15 4


Middleton 10 5 13 6


Verona 10 5 13 6


Beloit Memorial 10 5 12 7


Sun Prairie 8 7 12 7


Madison La Follette 7 8 9 10


Madison West 3 12 4 15


Janesville Parker 2 13 5 14


Janesville Craig 0 15 0 18


RESULTS FRIDAY


Janesville Parker 53, Janesville Craig 48


Beloit Memorial 84, Madison Memorial 71


Madison East 63, Sun Prairie 57


Madison La Follette 62, Middleton 55


Verona 77, Madison West 69


GAMES NEXT FRIDAY


Madison La Follette at Janesville Parker


Janesville Craig at Madison East


Beloit Memorial at Middleton


Madison East at Madison La Follette


Verona at Sun Prairie





Beloit Memorial High School threw a roadblock into Madison Memorial’s plans to win a seventh straight Big Eight Conference boys basketball title.


The Purple Knights outscored the host Spartans 20-10 in the second quarter en route to an 84-71 victory Friday night.


Memorial (12-3, 15-4) fell a game behind Madison East in the Big Eight race.


Beloit, 10-5 in the Big Eight and 12-7 overall, hit the Spartans with a quartet of double-figure scorers. K.J. Evans scored 25 points, Leketreious Broomfield and Robert Douglas each had 18, and Ahmad Shamsid-Deen added 11.


Vander Blue led the Spartans with 21 points, Ty Creamer had 17, and Junior Lomomba added 12.


BELOIT 84, MEMORIAL 71


Beloit (84)—Stone, 2-3-9; Westin, 1-0-2; Broomfield, 4-10-18; Douglas, 8-2-18; Evans, 9-6-25; Shamsid-Deen, 4-1-11; Ross, 0-1-1. Totals: 28-23-84.


Memorial (71)—Ortiz, 3-0-9; Fredrick, 2-0-4; Chamberlain, 1-2-4; Olson, 1-0-2; Creamer, 7-0-17; Blue, 9-3-21; Lomomba, 4-4-12; Morris, 0-2-2. Totals: 27-11-71.


Beloit 20 20 19 25—84


Memorial 20 10 17 24—71


Three-point goals—Beloit 5 (Stone 2, Evans, Shamsid-Deen 2), Memorial 6 (Ortiz 3, Creamer 3). Free throws missed—Beloit 10, Memorial 10. Total fouls—Beloit 15, Memorial 25. Fouled out—Morris, Lomomba, Chamberlain.


n East 63, Sun Prairie 57—Madison East (16-2, 13-2) played tough in the fourth quarter to stop the Cardinals and gain sole possession of first place in the Big Eight after Madison Memorial (15-4, 12-3) lost to Beloit.


The Cardinals (12-7, 8-7) gained a 14-9 advantage in the third quarter for a 44-41 lead. East bounced back led by Nimrod Hilliard IV, who scored seven of his 16 points as the Purgolders rolled to a 22-13 advantage for the victory.


Drew McAdams added 16 points for the Purgolders, Marquis Mason scored 13, and Jeff Hull added 12.


EAST 63, SUN PRAIRIE 57


East (63)—Dentley, 1-2-4; Hilliard, 6-3-16; Durney, 1-0-2; McAdams. 6-0-16; Mason, 5-3-13; Hull, 5-2-12. Totals: 24-10-63.


Sun Prairie (57)—Schaffner, 6-1-14; Nokowiak, 2-2-7; Hawkins, 1-0-2; Boos, 5-1-13; Mifflin, 3-0-6; Fuller, 6-1-15. Totals: 23-5-57.


Madison East 15 17 9 22—63


Sun Prairie 15 15 14 13—57


Three-point goals—East 5 (McAdams 4, Hilliard), Sun Prairie 6 (Fuller 2, Boos 2, Noskowiak, Schaffner). Free throws missed—East 10, Sun Prairie 1. Total fouls—East 8. Sun Prairie 18. Fouled out—Hawkins.


n La Follette 62, Middleton 55—Jaren Singh scored 13 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter to carry the Madison La Follette (9-10, 7-8) past the Cardinals (13-6, 10-5), forcing Middleton to share third place in the Big Eight with Beloit and Verona.


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LA FOLLETTE 62, MIDDLETON 55


Middleton (55)—Coyne, 3-2-9; Adler, 1-5-8; Owen, 2-2-7; Everson, 6-6-18; Nelson, 1-1-3; Joyce, 2-1-5; Yaktus, 1-0-3; Opitz, 1-0-2. Totals: 17-17-55.


La Follette (62)—Dybevik, 2-0-6; Hakim, 3-2-8; Hunter, 1-0-2; Henley, 7-4-23; Flood, 1-0-2; Singh, 6-8-21. Totals: 20-14-62.


Middleton 10 12 19 14—55


LaFollette 15 15 10 22—62


Three-point goals—Middleton 4 (Coyne, Adler, Owen, Yaktus), LF 8 (Dybevik 2, Henley 5, Singh). Free throws missed—Middleton 7, La Follette 8. Total fouls—Middleton 20, La Follette 18. Fouled out—Flood.


n Verona 77, West 69—The Wildcats survived Madison West’s 13 three-point goals to earn a Big Eight victory.


John Harth scored 29 points, including five three-point goals, for West (4-15, 3-12). Klayton Brandt led Verona (13-6, 10-5) with 19 points.


VERONA 77, WEST 69


West (69)—Bellar 3, Harth 29, Carey 14, Armstrong 12, Golden 11. Totals: 24-8-69.


Verona (77)—Burns 8, Ray 7, Wadzinski 4, Brandt 19, Christensen 16 Peterson 12, Ropel 11. Totals: 26-22-77.


Madison West 8 17 12 32—69


Verona 19 14 21 23—77


Three-point goals—West 13 (Harth 5, Armstrong 4, Carey 3, Golden), Verona 3 (Ray, Ropel, Christensen). Free throws missed—West 5, Verona 2. Total fouls—West 19, Verona 12.



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