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Milton falls to Monona Grove

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January 10, 2010

Milton falls to Monona Grove; Williams Bay, Clinton win


Badger


boys basketball



SOUTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Monroe 4 1 7 1


Edgewood 4 1 6 5


Stoughton 3 1 6 5


Monona Grove 3 2 5 6


Oregon 2 3 3 5


Milton 1 5 2 9


Fort Atkinson 0 4 1 9


NORTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Waunakee 5 1 8 1


Portage 3 2 7 3


DeForest 3 2 7 4


Sauk Prairie 2 3 6 5


Reedsburg 2 3 3 5


Baraboo 2 3 4 5


Mount Horeb 1 4 5 5


RESULTS SATURDAY


South


Monona Grove 64, Milton 52


Stoughton 42, Oregon 36


Edgewood 46, Fort Atkinson 34


Nonconference


Monroe 53, Mount Horeb 32


North


Waunakee 65, DeForest 62


Reedsburg 63, Portrage 60


GAMES FRIDAY


South


Monroe at Fort Atkinson


Edgewood at Oregon


Monona Grove at Stoughton


Nonconference


Waunakee at Milton


North


Mount Horeb at Baraboo


Reedsburg at DeForest


Sauk Prairie at Portage


Monona Grove’s 1-2 punch of Zach Zweifel and Jackson Retlaff knocked out Milton High’s boys basketball team Saturday night.


Zweifel scored 26 points, and Retzlaff added 20 as the Silver Eagles coasted past the Red Hawks, 64-52, in a Badger South Conference game.


Nate Hammon paced Milton with 18 points, while Mitch Trewyn added 12.


MONONA GROVE 64, MILTON 52


Monona Grove (64)—German, 1-0-3; Payne, 1-1-3; Zweifel, 8-9-26; Retzlaff, 5-7-20; Bauer, 1-0-2; Roach,. 1-0-2; Welsch, 4-0-8. Totals: 21-17-64.


Milton (52)—Goodman, 2-0-4; Knudsen, 0-1-1; Ross, 1-0-3; Farnsworth, 0-3-3; McCann, 2-2-6; McCarthy, 1-1-3; Hammon, 7-2-18; Bolden, 1-0-2; Trewyn, 5-2-12. Totals: 19-11-52.


Monona Grove 19 12 11 22—64


Milton 8 16 10 18—52


Three-point goals—Monona Grove 5 (Retzlaff 3, Zweifel, German), Milton 3 (Hammon 2, Ross). Free throws missed—Monona Grove 2, Milton 7. Total fouls—Monona Grove 15, Milton 23. Fouled out—Ross.


Junior varsity—Monona Grove 38, Milton 37.


n Edgewood 46, Fort Atkinson 34—The host Crusaders (6-5) overcame a 12-10 deficit after the first quarter with a 15-5 advantage in the second period and went on to a victory that lifted them into a tie with Monroe for the Badger South lead at 4-1.


Austin Arians led the way with 19 points as Edgewood dropped Fort Atkinson to 0-4 in the conference and 1-9 overall.


The Blachawks host old rival Edgerton in a nonconference game Monday, which will be their first regular-season meeting with the Crimson Tide in 33 years.


EDGEWOOD 46, FORT ATKINSON 34


Fort Atkinson (34)—Knudson, 8; Beaudo, 6; Kempena, 6; Stark, 4; Ward, 4; Demeo, 2; Hanson, 2; Boos, 2. Totals: 13-8-34.


Edgewood (46)—Wabers, 7; Hird, 5; Armwald, 2; Balczewski, 2; Arians, 19; Pavlik, 11. Totals: 15-11-46.


Fort Atkinson 12 5 9 8—34


Madison Edgewood 10 15 12 9—46


Three-point goals—Edgewood 5 (Hird, Arians 2, Pavlik 2). Free throws missed—Fort Atkinson 3, Edgewood 10. Total fouls—Fort Atkinson 20, Edgewood 9.


n Stoughton 42, Oregon 36—The Vikings survived a second-half scoring draught for the Badger South victory.


STOUGHTON 42, OREGON 36


Oregon (36)—Hinz, 1-0-2; Arndt, 2-3-9; Sterling, 4-0-8; Ackers, 4-5-13; Byrne, 0-2-2; McCally, 1-0-2. Totals: 12-10-36.


Stoughton (42)—Cleveland, 2-0-5; Gerber, 4-3-11; Kowalkowski, 3-0-8; Lazzotte, 2-0-4; Palmer, 1-0-2; Speth, 3-0-8; Slaby, 1-2-4; Totals: 16-5-42.


Oregon 5 4 17 10—36


Stoughton 16 15 4 7—42


Three-point goals—Oregon 2 (Arndt), Stoughton 5 (Speth 2, Kow 2, Cleveland). Free throws missed—Oregon 6, Stoughton 2. Total fopuls—Oregon 12, S 17. Fouled gorman.


Junior varsity—Stoughton 60, Oregon 51


n Monroe 53, Mount Horeb 32—Monroe (7-1) dominated the first three quarters for a nonconference win over the visiting Vikings (5-5).


MONROE 53, MOUNT HOREB 32


Mount Horeb (32)—Fredrick, 7; Clark, 6; Fargo, 4; Payne, 3; Schultz, 2; Webber, 10. Totals: 10-9-32.


Monroe (53)—Turek, 4; Barta, 4; Penniston, 4; Armstrong, 2; Frint, 14; Tordoff, 13; Barrett, 12. Totals: 19-13-53.


Mount Horeb 7 7 11 7—32


Monroe 16 10 17 10—53


Three-point goals—Mount Horeb 2 (Fargo, Payne), Monroe 2 (Tordoff 2). Free throws missed—Mount Horeb 4, Monroe 3. Total fouls—Mount 14, Monroe 15.


n Williams Bay 63, Marshall 55—Four players scored in double figures to lift the visiting Bulldogs (4-4) past Marshall (1-7).


Jack Slovick scored 20 points to pace Williams Bay,


WILLIAMS BAY 63, MARSHALL 55


Williams Bay (63)—Crement, 4-4-12; Dreger, 8-2-19; Slovick, 6-6-20; Lemke, 0-3-3; Gerson, 1-0-2; Quiles, 3-1-7; Totals: 22-16-30 63


Marshall (55)—Meyers, 9-3-22; Leistikow, 1-0-2; Mulhern, 1-1-3; Likwarz, 2-1-5; Janke, 1-5-7; Fay, 3-3-10; Acosta, 2-0-4; Ackley, 1-0-2. Totals: 20-13-20 55


Williams Bay 8 21 14 20—63


Marshall 12 10 19 14—55


Three-point goals—Williams Bay 2 (Dreger, Slovick), Marshall 2 (Meyers, Fay). Free throws missed—Williams Bay 9, Marshall 8. Total fouls—Williams Bay 16, Marshall 25. Fouled out—Likwarz, Acosta.


n Clinton 50, Juda 42—Justin Langley scored 20 points, including 11 in the fourth quarter, as the visiting Cougars (5-5) rallied past the Panthers (3-7) for a nonconference win.


CLINTON 50, JUDA 42


Juda (42)—Br. Bauman, 1-4-6; D. Bauman, 4-4-12; Trotter, 0-2-2; Suiter, 1-0-2; Zuckart, 1-0-2; Br. Bauman, 3-2-8; Jordan, 5-0-10.; Totals: 14-12-42.


Clinton (50)—Langley, 7-4-20; North, 2-0-4; Moen, 2-3-8; Risseeuw, 5-0-10; Roth, 2-0-4; Oldenburg, 2-0-4. Totals: 20-7-50.


Juda 11 14 6 11—42


Clinton 9 6 14 21—50


Three-point goals—Juda 2 (D. Bauman 2), Clinton 3 (Langley 2, Moen). Free throws missed—Juda 5, Clinton 6. Total fouls—Juda 15, Clinton 19. Fouled out—D. Bauman.



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