The Madison La Follette girls basketball team made 22 free throws in the second half, rallying from a 17-point deficit over the final 10 minutes of play to beat visiting Janesville Craig 75-69 in a Big Eight Conference game Friday night.Junior Kaitlyn Eder scored 13 of her 25 points in the second half and shot 13-for-16 from the line to lead the Lancers (7-6, 4-6 Big Eight).Sophomore Nyenhial Riak added 15 points and sophomore Megan Lowrey scored all 10 of her points in the second half for...
Youth and experience worked together to keep the Marshall girls basketball team undefeated on Friday night.Freshman Mia Morel and senior Samira Arvin each scored 19 points as seventh-ranked Marshall rallied from an early 12-point deficit to earn a 60-52 win over host Cambridge in Capitol South Conference play.Morel made a pair of 3-pointers late in the second half to help the Cardinals (13-0, 4-0 Capitol South) take control.
The host McFarland boys basketball team survived two potential game-winning shot attempts by Beloit Turner to take a 50-49 victory over the Trojans in a Rock Valley Conference game Friday night.Junior Trevon Chislom scored 16 points for the Spartans (9-3, 8-1 Rock Valley), who remained in a first-place tie with East Troy in the conference race by beating the Trojans (9-4, 7-2).Brady Butler added 12 points for McFarland.
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Selecting a term
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