Boys Basketball: Non-Conference-Marshfield 51 Baraboo 36-Baraboo played well in the first half but were outscored 12-2 in a pivotal third period, Andrew Hendricks scored 14 points to lead Baraboo who falls to 1-5 on the season overall with a home game vs Sauk-Prairie coming up Friday.
Wisconsin Dells 76 Reedsburg 48-Dells pulled away from a tight game in the second half, outscoring the Beavers 44-23 in the second half with an impressive up-tempo running game, MJ Delmore scores 30 points, 15 in the fourth quarter, for the Dells Chiefs and Shane Wimann adds 18 for the 7-0 Chiefs and Sam Peterson scores 14 for the 3-2 Beavers, now 0-2 at home, the two teams combined to make 12 three-point goals, seven for Wisconsin Dells.
Portage 68 Mc Farland 57-Portage trailed early but scored 40 second half points in a come from behind win to go 3-3 now for the season, Daniel Beck scores 23 and Ian Taylor 19 for the victorious Warriors, Portage was also 14-17 at the foul line.
Ridge and Valley-Kickapoo 54 Weston 35
Scenic Bluffs-Royall 51 Hillsboro 27
Cashton 52 Wonewoc-Center 35
Bangor 72 Brookwood 36
Waunakee 56 Madison Edgewood 43
Girls Basketball: Non-Conference-Reedsburg 30 Wisconsin Rapids 14-Tiernee Schronk scores 11 for the Beavers who led 16-4 at halftime in a slow down game with Reedsburg now 2-1 overall.
Wisconsin Dells 55 Poynette 44-Dells outscores Poynette 12-4 in a key second period as the Lady Chiefs produce a season high 55 points, Carly Pfeifer scored 18 points and Marissa Fernandez 14 for the Dells girls who are now 4-2 overall with a three-game win streak.
Adams-Friendship 50 Portage 32-Emma Roenneburg scores 20 points for the victorious 6-1 Green Devils while Caitlyn Hibner scores 10 for 1-5 Portage who has now lost four in a row.
De Forest 60 Columbus 21
Boys Hockey: Badger North-Baraboo-Portage 2 Reedsburg-Wisconsin Dells 0-Sean Mc Cutchin made 28 saves in net for his second shut-out of the season and the Baraboo coop gets goals from Adam Stanton, his 8th, and Dawson HInz with both coming in the second period, Tyler Arneson played well in goal for RWD with 24 saves but RWD now stands at 5-2 overall and 0-1 in league play with Baraboo-Portage now at 2-0 in league play and 4-1 overall and they have Waunakee at home Saturday in more conference action.
Sauk-Prairie Coop 4 Stevens Point Pacelli 2-Luke Mc Elhenie scores two goals and Koty Ranum had 26 saves for a Sauk group that is now 3-5 overall on the season, Sauk’s group plays RWD in the Badger Conference Friday at RACA in Reedsburg.
Girls Hockey: Badger Thunder wins their first Badger Conference game 11-0 over Viroqua, Thunder scores seven first period goals and Jamie Dutton records her first career shutout with five saves in goal, Courtney Sakry and Kayla Pfeiffer-Mundt each score two goals for the Thunder who are now 2-5 overall and 1-3 in the Badger Conference.
Wrestling: Badger North-Sauk-Prairie 66 Portage 6-Sauk wins 11 of the 12 actual matches to go 2-0 in Badger North.
Mount Horeb-Barneveld 45 De Forest 30-Vikings improve to 2-0 in the conference with the win
Boys Swimming: Sauk-Prairie-Wisconsin Heights 92-78 over Baraboo in a Badger North dual, Andrew Meng won two individual events for the Sauk coop with Spencer Shuman, Bryan Frosch and James Cefalu also winning individual titles, Baraboo’s 1st’s went to Brian Cormican, Tanner Craker and Matt Garcia along with all three relays with Sean Cormican, Daniel O’Rourke, Sam Trotter and Peter Hancovsky part of those teams as well for Baraboo