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Brodhead rolls past Milwaukee Academy of Science

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Gazette staff
December 29, 2011

Brodhead High School's girls basketball team remains on a roll.


The unbeaten Cardinals raced out to a 33-0 lead after one quarter Wednesday and coasted to a 97-15 win over Milwaukee Academy of Science in the semifinal game of the Cuba City Classic.


Brodhead (7-0), which got 22 points from Carly Mohns, plays host Cuba City in the championship game tonight.


BRODHEAD 97, MAS 15


Brodhead (97)—Heller, 3-2-8; Arnsmeier, 1-2-4; Ahrens, 4-4-12; Duffield, 4-0-10; Hicks, 7-2-16; Pickel, 4-0-8; Halvorson, 5-3-13; Douglas, 2-0-4; Mohns, 10-2-22. Totals: 40-14-97.


Milwaukee Academy of Science (15)—Richmond, 4-0-10; Jackson, 1-0-3; Thompson, 1-0-2. Totals: 6-0-15.


Brodhead 33 21 27 16—97


MAS 0 3 4 8—15


Three-point goals—Brodhead 3 (Duffield 2, Halverson), MAS 3 (Richmond 2, Jackson). Free throws mised—Brodhead 5, MAS 0. Total fouls—Brodhead 3, MAS 13.


-- Palmyra-Eagle 29, Johnson Creek 12—The host Panthers, behind 17 points from Erin Morateck, advanced to the title game of their holiday tournament game.


PALMYRA-EAGLE 29, JOHNSON CREEK 12


Johnson Creek (12)—Algiers, 1-0-2; Uselman,2-0-5; Wolf, 0-3-3; Jablonski, 1-0-2. Totals: 4-3-12.


Palmyra-Eagle (29)—Rautsaw, 1-0-2; Mehring, 1-0-2; Giese, 1-2-4; Belk, 0-2-2; Morateck, 7-3-17; Byal, 1-0-2. Totals: 11-7-29.


Johnson Creek 5 2 3 2—12


Palmyra-Eagle 2 10 10 7—29


Three-point goals—Johnson Creek 1 (Uselman). Free throws missed—Johnson Creek 7, Palmrya-Eagle 3. Total fouls—Johnson Creek 16, Palmyra-Eagle 13.


-- Juda 48, Williams Bay 19—Ellen Kiser scored 19 points to lead Juda (7-1) into the championship game of the Palmyra-Eagle Holiday Tournament.


JUDA 48, WILLIAMS BAY 19


Williams Bay (19)—Myers, 1-2-4; Canda, 3-0-6; Mielke, 0-1-1; Bauscher, 3-0-6; Brown, 0-2-2. Totals: 7-5-19.


Juda (48)—Dunwiddie, 2-5-9; Devoe, 4-1-9; Davis, 1-0-2; Moe, 2-0-4; Kiser, 6-1-13; Ramos, 3-0-6. Totals: 19-10-48.


Williams Bay 3 6 6 4—19


Juda 6 18 16 8—48


Three-point goals—none. Free throws missed—Williams Bay 6, Juda 4. Total fouls—Williams Bay 9, Juda 12.


Fort Atkinson tournament

-- Lakeside Lutheran 57, Menomonee Falls 56—Lakeside Lutheran roared back after trailing 27-13 at halftime to shock Menomonee Falls in the opening game of the Fort Atkinson tournament.


The Warriors led, 2-0, but then did not lead again until just 2.2 seconds remained. That is when 5-11 senior Kristy Bruni scored on a layup on an out-of-bounds play to give Lakeside the victory. Bruni finished with 10 points, while Sarah Hackbarth had 11 for the Warriors (4-2), who play Fort Atkinson for the tournament title at 7:20 p.m. today.


LAKESIDE 57, MENOMONEE FALLS 56


Menomonee Falls (56)—Precia, 0-2-2; Robertson, 8-1-22; Molner, 1-0-2; Otzelberger, 0-2-2; Desnet, 1-0-2; Bullock, 3-1-7; Poole, 5-0-10; Von Bank, 1-0-2; Corwnover, 3-1-7. Totals: 22-7-56.


Lakeside (57)—S. Hackbarth, 4-0-11; Volgt, 2-1-5; Bachter, 1-2-4; Shields, 4-2-11; Behl, 2-1-5; M. Hackbarth, 2-0-4; Anthon, 3-1-7; Bruni, 4-2-10. Totals: 22-9-57.


Menomonee Falls 20 7 13 16—56


Lakeside 7 6 19 25—57


Three-point goals—Menomonee Falls 5 (Robertson 5), Lakeside 4 (S. Hackbarth 3, Sheilds). Free throws missed—Menomonee Falls 8, Lakeside 3. Total fouls—Menomonee Falls 14, Lakeside 11.


-- Fort Atkinson 68, Kenosha Bradford 23—Fort Atkinson had no trouble defeating Kenosha Bradford to advance to the title game of the Fort Atkinson tournament.


Kaitlyn Hollman scored 14 points, Maddie Bare had 12 and Tayler Bienfang added 11 for the Blackhawks (6-1). Kenosha Bradford plays Menomonee Falls at 12:40 p.m.


FORT ATKINSON 68, BRADFORD 23


Bradford (23)—Geliche, 1-0-2; Macerano, 4-3-11; Miller, 1-0-2; Barker, 2-1-5; Bishop, 0-3-3. Totals: 8-7-23.


Fort Atkinson (68)—Wiesmann, 0-2-2; Weigand, 1-6-8; M. Bare, 3-5-12; Foerster, 3-2-8; Bienfang, 5-0-11; Fitzgerald, 3-1-7; Hollman, 5-4-14; Pfeifer, 3-0-6. Totals: 23-20-68.


Bradford 2 5 8 8—23


Fort Atkinson 21 12 21 14—68


Three-point goals—Fort Atkinson 2 (Bare, Bienfang). Free throws missed—Bradford 7, Fort Atkinson 11. Total fouls—Bradford 23, Fort Atkinson 18. Fouled out—Williams.



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