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Sexton's three lift Fort Atkinson, other scores

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January 12, 2011

Fort Atkinson High School’s boys basketball team saved the best for last Tuesday night at Edgerton.


Brady Sexton, a 5-foot-11 senior, hit a three-point shot with 30.4 seconds left to give the Blackhawks their first lead since the second quarter and a 49-48 nonconference victory over the Crimson Tide.


Edgerton (6-6) broke away from a 21-21 halftime tie to lead by five points twice in the fourth quarter, 35-30 and 44-39, but couldn’t hold on for its win over former Badger Conference rival Fort Atkinson since 1973.


Tanner Boos scored 12 of his 17 points, including a 6-for-6 effort on free throws, for the Blackhawks in a 21-18 fourth quarter that lifted the Blackhawks (5-8) to victory. The


6-foot sophomore drove the lane on Fort’s final possession and kicked the ball out to Sexton for the winning three.


Sexton finished with 11 points, while Zach Nelson led Edgerton with 19.


Tyler Dobratz had 13 points for the Crimson Tide.


FORT ATKINSON 49, EDGERTON 48

Fort Atkinson (49)—Marks, 1-0-2; Schwandt, 2-0-5; Boos, 5-6-17; Kempema, 1-2-4; Bakken, 2-0-5; Hartman, 1-0-2; Sexton, 3-2-11; Hanson, 1-1-3. Totals: 16-11-49.


Edgerton (48)—Samuelsen, 0-2-2; Oren, 2-2-7; Nelson, 5-9-19; Gregory, 1-0-3; Dobratz, 3-7-13; Thompson, 2-0-4. Totals: 13-20-48.


Fort Atkinson 10 11 7 21—49


Edgerton 11 10 9 18—48


Three-point goals—Fort Atkinson 6 (Schwandt, Boos, Bakken, Sexton 3). Edgerton 2 (Oren, Gregory). Free throws missed—Fort Atkinson 3, Edgerton 6. Total fouls—Fort Atkinson 25, Edgerton 14.


Junior varsity—Fort Atkinson 49, Edgerton 32.


-- Monroe 61, Clinton 49—Bryan Tordoff scored a game-high 32 points, including eight three-pointers, to


lift the Cheesemakers, ranked No. 2 in Division 2, to 10-0 for the season.


Clinton led 34-29 in the third, but Monroe went on a 19-5 run to take control.


Ross Oldenburg scored 12 points and Chandler Stevenson added 10 for Clinton (8-2).


MONROE 61, CLINTON 49

Clinton (49)—Stevenson 10, Eliszewski 6, Langley 4, Mulligan 2, Oldenburg 12, Risseeuw 7, McMartin 2, Chesmore 2, Mabie 2, Bergman 2. Totals: 21-2-49


Monroe (61)—Barkenkau 6, Tordoff 32, Penniston 3, Barrett 12, Armstrong 6, Turek 2. Totals: 24-5-61.


Clinton 17 13 9 10—49


Monroe 12 17 16 16—61


Three-point goals—Clinton 5 (Stevenson 3, Oldenburg 2), Monroe 8 (Tordoff). Free throws missed—Clinton 2, Monroe 5. Total fouls—Clinton 10, Monroe 11.


-- McFarland 50, Stoughton 45—Brett Kaether had four three-pointers in the second half asMcFarland held off Stoughton in a nonconference game.


Kaether finished with 14 points as the Spartans improved to 7-3. Tyler Wedel led McFarland with 17 points.


Ryan Nyhagen and Max Fuller each had 11 points for the Vikings (2-10).


McFARLAND 50, STOUGHTON 45

Stoughton (45)—Kowalkowski, 3-0-7; Cleveland, 2-0-4; Brusegar, 3-4-10; Nyhagen, 5-0-11; Fuller, 4-2-11; Geise, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-6-45.


McFarland (50)—Wedel, 6-4-17; Kaether, 5-0-14; Runde, 3-2-8; Thomas, 1-2-4; Peterson, 0-1-1; Ewelt, 2-2-6. Totals: 17-11-50.


Stoughton 13 10 8 14—45


McFarland 6 16 13 15—50


Three-point goals—Stoughton 3 (Kowalkowski, Nyhagen, Fuller), McFarland 5 (Wedel, Kaether 4). Free throws missed—Stoughton 14, McFarland 14. Total fouls—Stoughton 18, McFarland 17.


Junior varsity—McFarland won.


-- Sun Prairie 67, Waukesha South 58—Sun Prairie


(8-3) pulled away down the stretch for a nonconference win over the visiting Blackshirts.


Waukesha South (8-4) scored the first 11 points of the third quarter to overcome a 32-28 halftime deficit, but Chris Hawkins’ nine-point period enabled Sun Prairie to take a 48-45 lead into the final period. Nick Fuller had a nine-point fourth quarter to help the Cardinals seal the victory.


Hawkins finished with 20 points, and teammate Jaron Schaffner had 18.


SUN PRAIRIE 67, WAUKESHA SOUTH 58

Waukesha South (58)—Hussinger, 2-0-4; Domagh, 8-0-20; Woodford, 6-0-12; Barker, 6-1-13; Kowser, 2-1-6; Cappozzo, 1-1-3. Totals: 25-3-58.


Sun Prairie (67)—Schaffner, 7-3-18; Noskowiak, 5-2-14; Fuller, 6-1-13; Hawkins, 8-4-20; Yentz, 1-0-2. Totals: 27-10-67


Waukesha South 13 15 17 13—58


Sun Prairie 15 17 16 19—67


Three-point goals—Waukesha South (Domagh 4, Kowser), SP 3 (Noskowiak 2, Schaffner). Free throws missed—Waukesha South 7 Sun Prairie 4. Total fouls—Waukesha South 10, Sun Prairie 9.


-- Lakeside 77, Wisconsin Heights 57—Lakeside Lutheran (9-1) withstood Daren Helmenstine’s 28 points, including four long three-pointers, to dominate Wisconsin Heights (3-5) in a Capitol nonconference crossover game.


Sam Kuel scored 13 of his 15 points in the first quarter for Lakeside.


LAKESIDE 77, WISCONSIN HEIGHTS 57

Lakeside (77)—Jarnigo, 6-0-13; Vredeveld, 2-0-5; Kuehl, 7-0-15; Schmitt, 2-0-4; Demcak, 2-2-7; Gartner, 3-0-6; Wilke, 3-2-9; Koester, 2-0-4; Schneider, 1-0-2; Lanham, 3-0-6; Nehls, 3-0-6. Totals: 34-4-77.


Wisconsin Heights (57)—Nelson, 0-1-1; Breitzke, 1-0-2; Gemthe, 1-0-2; Maier, 3-0-6; Hamel, 2-2-4; Johnson, 4-0-8; Donaldson, 2-0-4; Helmenstine, 11-2-28. Totals: 24-5-57.


Lakeside Lutheran 21 23 20 13—77


Wisconsin Heights 8 14 21 14—57


Three-point goals—Lakeside 5 (Jarnigo, Vredeveld, Kuehl, Demcak, Wilke), Wisconsin Heights 4 (Helmenstine 4). Free throws missed—Lakeside 3, Wisconsin Heights 7. Total fouls—Lakeside 13, Wisconsin Heights 13.



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