Girls Basketball: Badger North-Mount Horeb at Baraboo, Baraboo can clinch a share of this year’s conference title with a win tonight as they come in 9-1 in Badger North and 16-1 overall after a 62-37 win at Portage Tuesday with Sam Terry and Emily Brinker combining for 35 points with the pressing defense again causing Portage some major problems with turnovers. Baraboo has allowed more than 45 points in only two of the last twelve games and that defense will be key again tonight as a young Mount Horeb squad comes to Baraboo High School. The Vikings started five sophomores against the Thunderbirds earlier this year and they come in at 3-6 in the conference and 6-12 overall and looking to end a four-game losing skid. Baraboo toppled the quick but small Vikings squad 62-41 in their first meeting. Scott Pionkle and Kristi Feld have pre-game coverage around 7:20 PM with game time around 7:30 PM tonight on 99.7 FM and AM 740-WRPQ Radio! The Baraboo girls play on the road against a strong Schofield D.C. Everest squad Saturday.
Boys Basketball: Scenic Bluffs Conference-Hillsboro at Wonewoc-Center, Hillsboro has lost three straight league games against the top three teams in the standings to fall to 5-6 in the Bluffs but they beat 2-9 Wonewoc-Center in their first meeting.
Necedah at Royall-Royall leads the conference at 10-1 but Necedah is 10-2 and would take over the lead if they can emerge victorious. Royall won big in the first meeting.
Bangor at New Lisbon
Cashton at Brookwood
SWC-Dodgeville at River Valley, River Valley is in second plce in the SWC standings at 6-2 with a 12-7 overall mark, having lost four of the last seven games. Dodgeville is 5-3 and they lost 64-61 in the first meeting vs the Blackhawks.
Boys Hockey: Baraboo-Portage at Oshkosh North postponed to Saturday at 6:15 PM with the site moving to the Pierce Park Pavillion. Baraboo-Portage is 11-6-2 overall with Oshkosh 10-11-2 overall.
Monroe at Sauk-Prairie Coop- postponed to Friday night. Sauk looks for a win to go into the post-seas0n with a winning record as they stand 11-10-1 overall right now. Sauk was just 2-3-1 in the month of January.
RWD still has Waunakee tomorrow and Kettle Moraine Saturday on their regular season boys hockey schedule.