Camryn Ballweg

Camryn Ballweg and Sauk Prairie split a pair of games against Waunakee and Beloit Memorial last week.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Waunakee 60,

Sauk Prairie 46

Sauk Prairie opened the Badger North Conference season with a 60-46 loss at Waunakee on Nov. 21.

The Eagles (1-2, 0-1 Badger North) started slow in their home opener, trailing 31-22 at halftime as the Warriors (2-0, 1-0) took control behind 12 points from Cici Rindy.

Rindy and Melanie Watson each scored 14 points for Waunakee, while Maddie Farnsworth added 13 points.

Sauk Prairie’s Naomi Breunig scored a game-high 15 points, while Ella Schad chipped in eight points and Camryn Ballweg finished with seven points. The Eagles made seven 3-pointers on the night, including two each from Breunig and Schad.

WAUNAKEE 60, SAUK PRAIRIE 46

Sauk Prairie 22 24 — 46

Waunakee 31 29 — 60

SAUK PRAIRIE — Schneider 1 0-0 3, C. Ballweg 3 1-3 7, N. Breunig 5 3-4 15, Breininger 1 1-2 4, R. Breunig 1 2-4 4, O. Breunig 2 0-2 5, Schad 3 0-0 8. Totals 16 7-15 46.

WAUNAKEE — Harrison 1 0-0 2, Rindy 4 6-10 14, Statz 1 0-0 3, Farnsworth 4 5-6 13, Kesilewski 2 3-4 7, Murray 1 2-2 4, Watson 6 2-3 14, Meeker 1 0-0 3. Totals 20 18-25 60.

3-point goals — SP 7 (Schneider 1, N. Breunig 2, Breininger 1, O. Breunig 1, Schad 2), W 2 (Statz 1Meeker 1). Total fouls — W 16, SP 18. Fouled out — Statz.

Sauk Prairie 70,

Beloit Memorial 33

The Eagles ended a two-game losing streak and improved to .500 on the season with Saturday’s convincing nonconference win at Beloit Memorial.

Sauk Prairie (2-2) came out of the gates fast, opening up a 48-21 halftime lead before cruising through the second half.

Nine Eagles combined to make 14 3-pointers, while Beloit Memorial (1-3) was held scoreless from behind the arc.

Schad made four 3-pointers on the way to pacing Sauk Prairie with 14 points. Naomi Breunig added 10 points for the Eagles, while Ballweg and Riley Breunig each scored nine points.

Beloit Memorial’s Jazmyne Carter scored a game-high 12 points, while Meghan Drucker chipped in seven points for the Purple Knights.

The Eagles host Lake Mills on Tuesday before returning to Badger North Conference play when they host Reedsburg on Friday.

SAUK PRAIRIE 70, BELOIT MEMORIAL 33

Sauk Prairie 48 22 — 70

Beloit Memorial 21 12 — 33

SAUK PRAIRIE — Schneider 2 1-5 6, Mack 1 0-0 3, Breunig 1 0-0 3, C. Ballweg 3 2-4 9, N. Breunig 3 3-6 10, Breininger 2 0-0 4, R. Breunig 3 0-0 9, O. Breunig 2 2-6 7, Schad 5 0-1 14, Pertzborn 2 0-0 5. Totals 24 8-22 70.

BELOIT MEMORIAL — Williams 1 1-3 3, Conner 1 2-3 4, Carter 5 2-4 12, Vance 1 1-5 3, Smith 1 0-1 2, Drucker 1 5-6 7, Logan 0 2-4 2. Totals 10 13-27 33.

3-point goals — SP 14 (Schneider 1, Mack 1, Breunig 1, C. Ballweg 1, N. Breunig 1, R. Breunig 3, O. Breunig 1, Schad 4, Pertzborn 1), BM 0. Total fouls — SP 27, BM 19. Fouled out — Smith.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Madison Metro Lynx 11, Badger Lightning 3

The Badger Lightning gave up six first-period goals on the way to suffering an 11-3 loss at the Madison Metro Lynx on Nov. 21 at Madison Ice Arena.

The Lightning dug themselves a 6-0 hole before Kaylee Engel scored to get them on the board just 56 seconds into the second period.

The Metro Lynx added a pair of goals to open up an 8-1 lead until Emily Patton assisted Bergen Brandt for a power-play goal 13:23 into the second period. Lizzie Patton opened the third period with a goal to bring the Lightning within 8-3 at the 3:48 mark of the third period.

The Metro Lynx closed the game with three unanswered goals to claim an 11-3 win and drop the Lightning to 0-2 on the season.

Sierra Berg and Haley Meskin each recorded a hat trick for the Metro Lynx.

Badger Lightning goalie Natalie Buss made a game-high 25 saves. Gwen Parker had 11 saves for the Metro Lynx.

The Lightning will host the Rock County Fury on Thursday at Poppy Waterman Ice Arena.

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