Luke Umnus scored 17 points, including a 6-for-6 performance from the line late in the game, to lead Elkhorn past Wilmot, 67-52, in a WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal game Friday night at Elkhorn Area High.

The Elks (16-7) play Union Grove on the Broncos’ court tonight for a sectional berth.

The teams split their two Southern Lakes Conference meetings. Elkhorn won at home 56-42 on Jan. 9, but the Elks lost at Union Grove 59-43 on Feb. 13.

Elkhorn pulled away from Wilmot with a 42-31 second half. Umnus finished with 13 points in the decisive half. Alex Hergott had eight of his 14 points in the second half.


Wilmot (52)—M. Sandman, 1-0-2; Lamberson, 2-1-5; Bremer, 5-0-12; Banker, 2-0-4; Gendron, 2-0-4; Bruton, 1-1-4; Lat. Glass, 7-2-12. Totals: 20-4-52.

Elkhorn (67)—Larson, 1-2-4; L. Umnus, 5-6-17; Davey, 2-2-7; McDonald, 3-3-9; V. Umnus, 3-1-7; Hergott, 7-0-14; Brown, 3-2-9.; Totals: 24-16-67.

Wilmot 21 31—52

Elkhorn 25 42—67

Three-point goals—Wilmot 8 (Lat. Glass 5, Bremer 2, Bruton), Elkhorn 3 (L. Umnus, Davey, Brown). Free throws missed—Wilmot 7, Elkhorn 4. Total fouls—Wilmot 19, Elkhorn 15.

Union Grove 88, Fort Atkinson 71—Jack Pettit led four Fort Atkinson double-figure scorers with 29 points to lead the Broncos to the regional final game against visiting Elkhorn tonight.

Jacob Ross contributed 19 points, Riley Hale had 18 and Sam Rampulla had 13 for the Broncos (19-4).

Jess Kutz had 25 for Fort Atkinson.


Fort Atkinson (71)—Schultz, 5-0-11; Bilau, 4-0-11; Kutz, 11-1-25; O’Brien, 6-3-17; Wixom, 0-1-1; Hall, 2-0-6. Totals: 28-5-71.

Union Grove (88)—Pettit, 9-9-29; Hale, 7-1-18; Clark, 0-1-1; Painter, 5-6-19; Hilardes, 1-0-2; Hansel, 2-0-4; Cramer, 1-0-2; Rampulla, 5-2-13. Totals: 30-19-88.

Fort Atkinson 21 50—71

Union Grove 37 51—88

Three-point goals—Fort Atkinson 10 (Bilau 3, Kutz 2, O’Brien 2, Hall 2, Schultz), Union Grove 9 (Hale 3, Painer 3, Pettit 2, Rampulla). Free throws missed—Fort Atkinson 6, Union Grove 7. Total fouls—Fort Atkinson 23, Union Grove 14.

Division 3

East Troy 41, Turner 34—Beloit Turner’s season came to an end in a regional semifinal game at East Troy.

Turner finished 16-8.

East Troy, the No. 3 seed, plays at No. 2-seeded Racine St. Catherine’s in a regional final today.

No boxscore was available.

Martin Luther 70, Whitewater 49—Bryce Parrish scored 16 points, but the Whippets’ season came to an end in a regional semifinal game at Martin Luther.

Ben Kloskey, Roberto Navejas and Daniel Fuller each added nine points for Whitewater, which finished 11-13.

Martin Luther, which will play Lakeside Lutheran in the regional final tonight, took command by scoring the final eight points of the first half to take a 33-21 lead.

Trequan Carrington had 16 points to lead Martin Luther.


Whitewater (49)—Parrish 6-4-16, Kloskey 3-2-9, Navejas 2-5-9, Fuller 1-6-9, Kohl 0-1-1, Pease 1-0-3, Martin 1-0-2. Totals: 14-18-49.

Martin Luther (70)—Carrington 7-0-16, Evans 3-2-9, Immekus 2-0-5, Lewison 2-0-4, Jones 7-1-15, Mack-Roundtree 1-0-3, Cortes 1-0-3, King 3-0-7, Harrison 1-0-2, Campbell 2-2-6. Totals: 29-5-70.

Whitewater 21 28—49

Martin Luther 33 37—70

Three-point goals—Whitewater 3 (Kloskey, Fuller, Dedrick), Martin Luther 7 (Carrington 2, Evans, Immekus, Mack-Roundtree, Cortes, King). Free throws missed—Whitewater 6, Martin Luther 0. Total fouls—Whitewater 10, Martin Luther 14.

Division 4

Saint Mary Springs 72, Parkview 58—No. 5-seeded Parkview led by eight points at halftime, but fourth-seeded St. Mary Springs rallied with a big second half.

The Vikings finished 14-10.

“I am really proud of these kids,” Parkview coach Mike Striegl said. “We came a long way this year and many will be back next year. We are headed in the right direction.”

Eli Hoscheit led the Vikings with 19 points. Ayden Campbell had 18, and Adrian Meza added 11.


Parkview (58)—Meza, 4-2-11; Campbell, 6-5-18; Carroll, 2-0-5; Hoscheit, 5-6-19; Balch, 1-2-5. Totals: 18-15-58.

St. Mary’s Springs (72)—Waechter, 6-0-12; Schueffner, 4-1-9; Christensen, 7-2-18; A. Ottery, 1-0-3; Rameker, 1-0-2; Freund, 3-2-8; Austin, 6-1-14; Tucker, 2-0-4; Hoepfner, 1-0-2. Totals: 31-6-72.

Parkview 33 25—58

St. Mary’s Springs 25 47—72

Three-point goals—Parkview 7 (Meza, Campbell, Carroll, Hoscheit 3, Balch), St. Mary’s Springs 4 (Christensen 2, A. Ottery, Austin). Free throws missed—Parkview 2, St. Mary’s Springs 6. Total fouls—Parkview 11, St. Mary’s Springs 13. Fouled out—Carroll. does not condone or review every comment. Read more in our Commenter Policy Agreement

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