Girls Basketball: Badger North-Portage at Baraboo at 7:30 PM, this is a make-up game from a December 20th postponement with Baraboo 5-0 in the conference and 12-0 overall after a huge 58-55 win over Waunakee Saturday as Baraboo saw an 18-point lead trimmed to two late before hanging on. Emily Brinker, Sam Terry and Anna Schmelzer all reached double figures in scoring as Baraboo sweeps the regular season series from Waunakee. Portage is still winless in Badger North at 0-4 and the Warriors are 3-11 overall and they’ve lost four in a row including a ten-point decision against Fort Atkinson Saturday. Join Scott Pionke and Kristi Feld for pre-game coverage around 7:20 PM with game time around 7:30 PM on 99.7 FM and AM 740-WRPQ Radio!
Non-Conference-River Valley at Mauston, River Valley looks to snap a seven-game losing streak tonight as the Lady Blackhawks bring in a record of 3-10 overall. Mauston resides in the lower half of the SCC picture and the Golden Eagles are 3-8 for the season.
Scenic Bluffs Conference-New Lisbon at Hillsboro, New Lisbon leads the conference at 5-1 with only a loss to Royall and the Rockets are 11-2 overall. Hillsboro is part of a three-way tie for second place in the league standings at 5-2 and the Tigers are 10-3 overall with six straight wins after edging Cashton 42-40 Saturday behind the efforts of Junior post player Sam Levy. New Lisbon won in OT against Hillsboro in the first meeting.
Cashton at Royall-Cashton is 2-5 in conference with Royall at 5-2
Brookwood at Wonewoc-Center
Necedah at Bangor-Necedah has lost over 60 league games in a row
Monday-Lodi 48 Wisconsin Dells 35-Dells falls to 7-8 overall and their three-game win streak ends as well. Lodi took control with a 16-4 third period advantage. Jaden Ward scores 11 and Hunter Hickey ten for the Dells girls in defeat with Lodi now 11-2 overall.
Highland 47 Weston 33-Katie Kast 13 points for Weston
Royall 48 Ithaca 45
Wonewoc-Center 43 La Farge 32
Boys Basketball: Badger North-Baraboo at Waunakee 7:30 PM, Baraboo fell to 1-12 overall with an 11th straight loss Friday 48-30 vs Oregon as turnovers again plagued the Thunderbirds which cancelled out some of the positives in the game including rebounding. Baraboo is 0-6 in league play and they tallied just 21 points in a loss to Waunakee back on December 4th. Baraboo has gone above 40 points only three times this year. Waunakee has started a perfect 6-0 in the conference but they’ve had to go overtime twice against Mount Horeb and also against Portage last week. Will Decorah and Ryan Kruser of Waunakee are arguably the top two players in the conference.
De Forest at Reedsburg 7:30 PM-Reedsburg won 58-53 in the first meeting with some strong free throw shooting down the stretch with Reedsburg coming in tonight at 4-3 in the conference and 8-5 overall. The Norskies lost some close games early but they are now 3-4 in the league and won handily over a good Mount Horeb team in their last league game.
Mount Horeb at Sauk-Prairie 7:30 PM-Mount Horeb looks to rebound from an 18-point loss against De Forest a few days back but the Vikings are still second in the league standings at 4-2. Sauk-Prairie has had some success outside the league with a 6-2 non-conference record but the Eagles are only 2-4 in Badger North after losing by one at home Friday vs Reedsburg. Mount Horeb won the first meeting 60-46. Sauk area fans can see this game live on the Sauk-Prairie Eagle Sports Network at about 7:30 PM.
South-Central Conference-Adams-Friendship at Wisconsin Dells, Dells is still unbeaten after surving a tough test against a school from St. Paul, Minnesota on Saturday in a seven-point win, their closest game this season. Dells improves to 16-0 overall and they are 7-0 in the SCC and they won 67-43 over Adams early this season. Adams is 3-4 in the league after going 0-10 last year.
Mauston at Wautoma
Nekoosa at Westfield
Ridge and Valley-La Farge at Weston, Weston is still winless on the season
Non-Conference-Portage at Madison Edgewood, Both teams are 6-7 overall with Portage coming off a tough OT loss to Badger North leader Waunakee 81-71 last week.
Monday-Badger North-Waunakee 75 Sauk-Prairie 58, Sauk led by nine after one period but it was all Waunakee after that as they scored 70 points over the final three periods with Jacob Block scoring a career high 31 points for 6-0 Waunakee. Sauk falls to 2-5 in the conference with Simon Breunig scoring 18 and Tanner Leister 14 for the Eagles.
Boys Hockey: Badger North-Reedsburg-Wisconsin Dells at Baraboo-Portage at the Pierce Park Pavillion at 7:30 PM. RWD has yet to win a league game at 0-3 in the conference but they are 9-6-1 overall officially and looking to snap a two-game losing skid. RWD has gotten off to slow starts in most of their games this year and that’s an area of focus going forward. Baraboo-Portage leads the conference at 3-1 after a very impressive 6-1 over the Sauk-Prairie Coop last week with six different goal scorers. Baraboo-Portage also has the best overall record of the area teams at 9-4-2. Baraboo’s Coop edged RWD 2-0 in the first meeting with goalie Sean Mc Cutchin recording one of his four shutouts.
Waunakee at Sauk-Prairie Coop 7:00 PM at Sauk-Sauk’s coop group fell to 2-2 in the conference with a 6-1 loss to Baraboo’s Coop last week but the Sauk group is still 9-7-1 overall and they posted one of their hi-lite wins of the season in a 7-6 decision over Waunakee back on December 22nd. Sauk is a bit short-handed now though due to injuries, illness and other factors. Waunakee is 2-1 in Badger North and they recently got back the services of Senior forward Blake Anderson, a big time scoring talent that will help the Warriors down the stretch.
Wrestling: Badger North-Waunakee at Portage, Both teams are winless in the conference with Waunakee 0-4 and Portage 0-5 so someone will notch their first conferene win. Spencer Shier is a top 15 ranked wrestler in his weight class for Portage with Josh Kowalk and Hunter Hayes also enjoying big seasons. It’s the final conference dual for Portage.
SWC-Richland Center at River Valley-River Valley’s Seth Liegel has won over 70 matches in a row for the Blackhawks as he looks for a second straight state title.
Scenic Bluffs: Hillsboro at Brookwood
Boys Swimming: Mc Farland at Baraboo at 6 PM at Jack Young Middle School-Baraboo has won two of three conference duals with Brian Cormican, Matthew Garcia and Tanner Craker all winning two individual events vs Waunakee last week.