High School Basketball
Sarah Vozel and Kari Clements each scored 14 points as the host Wilmot girls basketball team defeated Fort Atkinson, 46-32, in a Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division-2 regional semifinal Friday night.
The second-seeded Panthers (21-2) will host third-seeded Stoughton (14-9) in a regional final 7 p.m. Saturday. The Vikings (14-9) defeated sixth-seeded Oregon, 54-38, in a regional semifinal.
Bakari Collins scored 16 points and Peter Del Fava added 15 as the St. Joseph boys basketball team held off Palmyra-Eagle 50-42 Friday in a WIAA Division-4 regional semifinal at Madrigrano Gymnasium.
Second-seeded St. Joseph (17-6) will host third-seeded Racine Prairie (15-8) in a regional final on Saturday.
The Wilmot girls basketball team is ready for the postseason.
The Southern Lakes Conference champion Panthers connected on 10 3-pointers and poured it on in the second half for their 20th victory — a 77-45 triumph over host Elkhorn — in the regular-season finale on Thursday night.
Dashay Fisher scored a game-high 26 points as the Reuther boys basketball team defeated visiting St. Anthony, 71-60, in a WIAA Division-4 regional quarterfinal on Tuesday.
It was the Bulldogs’ first postseason win since beating Christian Life, 62-54, in a 2010 regional quarterfinal.
The Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team couldn’t hold an early fourth-quarter lead in losing to Racine St. Catherine’s, 50-43, in Metro Classic Conference game Friday night.
The Pacers (14-7, 11-4) led 37-34 after three quarters before scoring just six points in the fourth quarter.
The Tremper boys basketball team concluded the regular season with its third straight loss in falling to visiting Racine Horlick, 58-37, in a Southeast Conference game.
The Trojans (12-10, 7-7) trailed 27-20 at halftime before posting a five-point third quarter.
The Shoreland boys basketball team saw what happened when Jacob Thren stays within himself on Thursday night.
The senior scored 36 points as the Pacers handled Milwaukee Thomas More 68-56 in a Metro Classic Conference game in Somers.
The Wilmot girls basketball team clinched its first conference title since the 1994 season with a 62-42 Southern Lakes Conference victory over host Delavan-Darien on Thursday.
Ranked No. 9 in Division-2 in both the Associated Press and WisSports.net state polls, the Panthers improved to 12-1 in the SLC (18-2 overall).
The Christian Life girls basketball team put together its “best game of the season,” according to coach Alan Krass.
The Eagles avenged a 39-37 defeat on Jan. 11 by blasting Brookfield Academy 59-37 in a Midwest Classic Conference game on Tuesday.
A share of first place in the Metro Classic Conference is at stake when the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team hosts Racine Prairie at 7:30 tonight in Somers.
Ranked No. 8 in Division-4 in the WisSports.net state coaches poll, Prairie is in first place in the Metro Classic at 12-1 (17-1 overall), while Shoreland is tied for second place with Racine St. Catherine’s at 10-2.
That must have been some halftime speech.
The Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team climbed out of a 10-point hole in the third quarter and went on to beat host Greendale Martin Luther in a Metro Classic Conference game on Thursday night.
Tony Thomas drained a 3-pointer with six seconds left in the second overtime to propel Indian Trail to a 56-55 win at Franklin in a Southeast Conference boys basketball game on Tuesday night.
The Hawks forced overtime when Justin Galusha canned one of his four 3-pointers with :02 left in regulation.
Mike Stevenson scored a game-high 16 points as the Wilmot boys basketball team improved to 5-1 with a 55-44 Southern Lakes Conference victory over visiting Waterford on Thursday night.
Mike Hensel and Bryce Kothe each added 10 points, and Andrew Lartey scored nine for the Panthers (2-0 SLC).