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Blumer scores 32 in Milton victory, other scores

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Gazette Staff
December 3, 2011

Morgan Blumer led a Milton High charge in the fourth quarter as the Red Hawks’ pulled away for a 56-45 Badger South Conference girls basketball victory over visiting Monroe on Friday night.


Blumer scored 10 of her 32 points in the final quarter when Milton took off from a 42-42 tie. Blumer had four field goals and made two of three free throws as the Red Hawks won their season opener.


Milton led, 29-24, at halftime.


Taylor Barrett and Brooke McBain each scored eight points in the third as the Cheesemakers (0-1, 0-3 overall) tied the score at 42 going into the final quarter. McBain finished with 20 points, while Barrett had 17.


MILTON 56, MONROE 45

Monroe (45)—Schilt, 1-0-2; Haffele, 1-0-2; Segner, 1-0-3; Barrett, 6-5-17; Foulker, 0-1-1; McBain, 7-4-20. Totals: 16-6-45.


Milton(56)—Myulin, 1-0-2; Blumer, 14-4-32; St. Stair, 1-2-4; Gransee, 0-2-2; Westrick, 2-0-5; Ezdon, 0-2-2; Harris, 3-2-9. Totals: 21-12-56. Monroe 14 10 18 3—45 Milton 18 11 13 14—56


Three-point goals—Monroe 3 (Segner, McBain 2), Milton 2 (Westrick, Harris). Free throws missed—Monroe 7, Milton 5. Total fouls—Monroe 16, Milton 16.


Nonconference

Edgerton 64, Marshall 39—Megan Johnson is showing she will be a force this season for the Edgerton High girls basketball team.


Johnson, a 5-11 junior, scored 26 points to lead the Crimson Tide over visiting Marshall in a nonconference girls basketball game Friday night. She had 20 points in Edgerton’s opening win over Pecatonica.


Brooke Ferrell added 12 points for Edgerton (2-0).


The Cardinals are 1-1.


EDGERTON 64, MARSHALL 39

Marshall (39)—Grady, 1-3-5; McFarland, 1-0-5; Wahlquist, 1-0-3; Frey, 2-0-4, Acosta, 2-0-4; Domask, 3-1-7; Bliske, 1-1-3; Abitz, 4-3-11. Totals: 15-8-39.


Edgerton (64)—Oren, 3-0-8; Ferrell, 4-0-12; Hackner, 1-0-2; Snell, 1-0-3; Gander, 0-2-2; Montgomery, 2-0-4; Long, 0-1-1; Johnson, 11-4-26; Walters, 3-0-6. Totals: 25-7-64. Marshall 6 15 10 8—39 Edgerton 21 10 16 17—64


Three-poiint goals—Marshall 1 (Wahlquist), Edgerton 7 (Oren 2, Farrell 4, Snell). Free throws missed—Marshall 7, Edgerton 6. Total fouls—Marshall 14, Edgerton 14.


Junior varsity—Edgerton 36, Marshall 34.


Fort Atkinson 41, Sauk Prairie 27—Lauren Pfeifer scored 10 points to lead host Fort Atkinson to a nonconference girls basketball victory.


Fort (2-0) took a 25-12 halftime lead, then held Sauk (0-1) to just five third-quarter points.


Jean Wedwich scored 10 points to lead Sauk.


FORT ATKINSON 41, SAUK PRAIRIE 27

Sauk Prairie (27)—Gust, 3-0-6; Breunig, 1-2-4; Sauer, 1-0-2; Wedwich, 3-4-10; Henderson, 1-0-2; Bannan, 1-0-2. Totals: 10-7-27.


FortAtkinson(41)—E. Bare, 1-0-2; Hollman, 1-1-3; Weigand, 0-2-2; M. Bare, 2-0-4; Foerster, 1-2-4; Bienfang, 3-2-8; Fitzgerald, 3-2-8; Pfeifer, 5-0-10. Totals: 16-9-41. Sauk Prairie 6 6 5 10—27 Fort Atkinson 9 16 8 8—41 Free throws missed—Sauk Prairie 6, Fort Atkinson 5. Total fouls—Sauk Prairie 14, Fort Atkinson 16. Junior varsity—Sauk Prairie 49, Fort Atkinson 46.


Whitnall 49, Delavan-Darien 39—Kylie Collins scored 12 points and Emily Paul added 10 but it was not enough as the Comets fell in a nonconference game.


Delavan-Darien (0-2) led by a point after three quarters but was outscored 20-9 in the fourth.


WHITNALL 49, DELAVAN-DARIEN 39

Delavan-Darien (39)—Nieuwenhuis, 0-1-1; Collins, 6-0-12; Paul, 4-2-10; Gridanus, 0-1-1; Buhler, 2-5-9; McKearn, 0-1-1; Polster, 2-0-4. Totals: 15-9-39.


Whitnall (49)—Pincsak, 0-1-1; Shulta, 2-1-6; Basalacchi, 3-2-8; Bay, 5-1-11; Markowiak, 5-8-18; Gruszka, 0-2-2; Menden, 0-1-1. Totals: 16-16-49. Delavan-Darien 9 9 12 9—39 Whitnall 10 15 4 20—49


Three-point goals—Whitnall 1 (Shulta). Free throws missed—Delavan-Darien 3, Whitnall 8. Total fouls—Delavan-Darien 21, Whitnall 10.



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