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Craig, Milton lose in Fort boys tournament

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Gazette Staff
November 26, 2011
— Stevens Point took control in the second quarter and defeated Janesville Craig, 68-46, as part of the Fort Atkinson tournament Friday.

The Cougars (0-2) led, 15-12, going into the second quarter. SPASH then outscored Craig, 28-11, to take control.


“With about three minutes to go it was a two-point game,” Craig coach Mike Miller said. “They got some threes, and we didn’t do a very good job defending that. And we didn’t knock down our shots.”


Miller said he hopes the Cougars commit more to getting the ball inside offensively.


Cameron Wright led the Cougars with 11 points. Brett Pickarts added nine.


Craig plays Catholic Memorial at 4:30 p.m. today in the final day of the tournament.


“They’re a little bigger and more athletic (than SPASH),” Miller said of Catholic Memorial. “We’ll have our hands full.”


STEVENS POINT 68, CRAIG 46


Craig (46)—Sarow, 3-1-7; Olson, 2-0-4; Cooney, 2-0-5; Pickarts, 4-0-9; Malmanger, 1-1-3; Foster, 1-4-7; Wright, 5-1-11. Totals: 18-7-46.


Stevens Point (68)—Finn, 2-1-5; Zelhofer, 6-0-15; Wolast, 2-0-4; Woyak, 3-4-10; Gallon, 3-0-8; Sullivan, 3-3-9; Van Helden, 2-0-4; Wuest, 1-2-4; Graboski, 4-1-9. Totals: 26-11-68.


Craig 15 11 12 18—46


Stevens Point 12 28 13 15—68


Three-point goals—Craig 3 (Foster, Pickarts, Cooney), SP 5 (Gallon 2, Zelhofer 3). Free throw missed—C 6, SP 4. Total fouls—C 15, SP 14.


n Lake Mills 69, Milton 64 (OT)—Dylan Cayo made six of seven free throws in overtime to help Lake Mills down Milton.


Cayo finished with 12 made free throws and 18 points.


The Red Hawks play Randolph in the second day of the Fort Atkinson tournament at 6:15 p.m. today.


LAKE MILLS 69, MILTON 64 (ot)


Lake Mills (69)—Khwala, 1-3-5; Moen, 4-6-15; McFarland, 2-1-7; Murphy, 3-0-6; Hogeboom, 5-2-16; Converse, 1-0-2; Cayo, 3-12-18. Totals: 18-24-69


Milton (64)—Westrick, 6-4-19; Ledger, 0-1-1; Biermeier, 0-5-5; Kovars, 4-0-10; T. Johnson, 3-0-6; N. Johnson, 1-0-2; Ganz, 3-4-10; Bolden, 3-4-11; Totals: 20-18-64.


Lake Mills 13 12 12 15 17—69


Milton 9 12 19 21 12—64


Three-point goals—Lake Mills 7 (Hogeboom 4, McFarland 2, Moen), Milton 6 (Westrick 3, Kovars 2, Bolden). Free throws missed—Lake Mills 10, Milton 9. Total fouls—Lake Mills 13, Milton 18. Fouled out—Bolden.


n Randolph 61, Jefferson 45—Clayton Morrison scored 13 points, but Jefferson couldn’t stay with Randolph in the Fort Atkinson tournament.


The Eagles play Lake Mills at 1 p.m. today in the event.


RANDOLPH 61, JEFFERSON 45


Jefferson (45)—McGowan, 1-0-2; Morrison, 5-1-13; Peachey, 2-0-5; Tabor, 2-0-6; Renz, 1-3-5; Miller, 1-7-9; Ashburn, 0-2-2; Green, 1-0-3. Totals: 13-13-45.


Randolph (61)—Taylor, 0-1-1; D. Vander Galien, 1-4-6; Peters, 5-3-14; C. Vander Galien, 5-2-14; Retzlaff, 5-1-11; Verhulst, 3-5-11; Reuter, 2-0-4. Totals: 21-16-61.


Jefferson 5 10 6 24—45


Randolph 11 14 18 18—61


Three-point goals—J 6 (Morrison 2, Tabor 2, Peachey, Green), Randolph 3 (C. VanderGalien 2, Peters), Free throws missed—J 3, R 14. Total fouls—J 22, Randolph 13. Fouled out—Reuter.


n Fort Atkinson 54, Catholic Memorial 52—Tanner Boos hit two free throws with 4.9 seconds left in the game to give Fort Atkinson its win over Catholic Memorial in the Fort tournament.


The Blackhawks had a double-digit lead in the third quarter, but the Crusaders battled back behind Ryan Taugher’s 23 points.


Fort Atkinson plays Wauwatosa West at 8 p.m. today.


FORT ATKINSON 54, CATHOLIC MEMORIAL 52


Catholic Memorial (52)—Nenning, 1-0-2; Sabin, 1-0-3; Starling, 2-0-4; Taugher, 8-4-23; Bodden, 2-1-5; Gesshorn, 5-0-13; Browning, 1-0-2. Totals: 20-5-52.


Fort Atkinson (54)—Boos, 2-6-10; Bakken, 4-6-13; Hartman, 5-3-16; Rosing, 1-0-3; Strausburg, 1-02; Hanson, 4-2-10. Totals: 17-13-54.


Catholic Memorial 10 8 15 19—52


Fort Atkinson 12 14 17 11—54


Three-point goals—CM 7 (Gesshorn 3, Taugher 3, Sabin), FA 7 (Rosing, Hartman 3, Bakken 3). Free throws missed—CM 9, FA 4. Total fouls—CM 18, FA 15.



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