It was a night to remember for Delavan-Darien senior Jaida Speth, but the night wasn’t as memorable for her team as the Comets dropped a Southern Lakes Conference girls basketball game against Elkhorn 63-55.

Speth racked up 14 points in the first half before finishing with a career-high 32 for the Comets (0-10 in the conference and 2-13 overall). She went 12 of 16 from the line, ending with more than half of her team’s points.

Elkhorn took a narrow three-point lead into halftime before pulling away for good, thanks in part to a big game from Payton Christensen.

Christensen finished with 23 points for the Elks. Teammate Haley Remington chipped in 14 points as Elkhorn improved to 3-8 and 8-10.


Elkhorn (63)—Rand, 1-3-5; Remington, 3-7-14; Christensen, 7-9-23; Kirkpatrick, 1-0-3; Trombley, 2-0-4; Ivey, 2-1-5; Hunter, 2-2-7; Koss, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-22-63.

Delavan-Darien (55)—Jas. Speth, 2-0-5; Timmerman, 3-2-8; Jai. Speth, 8-12-32; Anderson, 3-0-8; Torres-Roby 1-0-2. Totals: 17-14-55.

Elkhorn 24 39—63

Delavan-Darien 21 34—55

3-point goals—Elkhorn 3 (Remington, Kirkpatrick, Hunter), Delavan-Darien 7 (Jai. Speth 4, Jas. Speth, Anderson 2). Free throws missed—Elkhorn 9, Delavan-Darien 6. Fouls—Elkhorn 17, Delavan-Darien 18.

Badger 74, Westosha Central 32—The host Badgers roared out to a 43-20 halftime lead and never looked back.

Courtney Oomens led all scorers with 24 points.

Stephanie Dopuch led the Falcons with seven.


Westosha (32)—Witt 2-0-5; Mulloy 0-1-1; Reid 1-0-2; Dopuch 2-2-7; Backus 1-0-2; Tyree 1-0-3; Sieberth 3-0-6; Degner 2-0-4; Griffiths 1-0-2. Totals: 13-3-32.

Badger (74)—Welch 2-0-4; Sproul 1-0-2; Clifford 1-0-3; Deering 1-0-2; Kleeman 1-0-2; M. Todd 2-3-7; Amann 1-0-3; Wieseman 2-1-5; A. Todd 4-2-10; Smid 2-1-5; Oomens 11-2-24; Moss 3-1-7. Totals: 31-10-74.

Westosha 20 12—32

Lake Geneva Badger 43 31—74

3-point goals—Westosha 3 (Witt, Tyree, Dopuch), Badger 2 (Clifford, Amann). Free throws missed—Westosha 3, Badger 15. Fouls—Westosha 15, Badger 14.

Badger South

Edgewood 67, Milton 51—The visiting Crusaders took control in the final minutes of the first half to defeat Milton in a Badger South Conference girls basketball game.

The Red Hawks were within three points in the final minutes of the half when Edgewood took over to build a 40-29 lead at halftime.

Senior Caitlin Link led Edgewood with 20 points, and the Crusaders improved to 8-4 in the conference and 14-6 overall.

Emma Martin led the Red Hawks with 18 points, including four 3-pointers. Chloe Buescher and Kailey Harbort each added 10.

Milton is 5-7 in the conference and 8-11 overall.


Edgewood (67)—Moore, 5-0-1; Cruz, 1-0-2; Iglar, 4-0-8; Olson, 3-2-8; Deang, 4-2-10; Link, 7-4-20; Schauer, 2-0-4; Lazar, 2-0-4. Totals: 28-8-67.

Milton (51)—Mack-Honold, 1-2-4; Martin, 4-6-18; Buescher, 5-0-10; Randall, 2-0-4; Harbort, 3-3-10; A. Campion, 1-0-2; Falk, 1-1-3. Totals: 17-12-51.

Madison Edgewood 40 27—67

Milton 29 22—51

3-point goals—Edgewood 3 (Moore 2, Link), Milton 5 (Martin 4, Harbort). Free throws missed—Edgewood 4, Milton 10. Total fouls—Edgewood 16, Milton 11. does not condone or review every comment. Read more in our Commenter Policy Agreement

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