WAUNAKEE — After playing a tough game against DeForest on Thursday, the Portage boys basketball team had a quick turnaround Friday night traveling to Waunakee.
Beaver Dam’s prep boys basketball team was on a roll Friday night vs. Reedsburg, with leads as big as 20 points in the opening minutes of the second half and 15 with a little more than 7 minutes to go.
The Waupun prep boys basketball team hosted Plymouth in an East Central Conference game Friday night.
A win would give the Warriors (17-1, 10-0) sole possession of the conference title. It will be Waupun's fourth conference title in five years.
CAMBRIA — It’s often said that teams that shoot a lot of 3-point shots will live and die by the 3. On Friday night, Cambria-Friesland not only lived by the 3, it thrived.
WAUNAKEE — Just one day after registering a season-high point total, the Portage prep girls basketball team’s offensive struggles resurfaced Friday night.
WAUPUN — Senior Night started out slow for the Central Wisconsin Christian girls basketball team Thursday against Dodgeland, with only 16 points in the first 16 minutes and a four-point deficit to show for it on the scoreboard.
The Portage girls basketball team’s offense has sputtered at times this season, but that was far from the case Thursday night.
WAUPUN — There was a pep in the Waupun prep girls basketball team’s step Thursday during an East Central Conference game against Campbellsport, which was also Senior Night.
Baraboo got a game-high 15 points from senior Alexis Johnson, but couldn’t hold onto a halftime lead, as DeForest picked up a 43-35 victory over the Thunderbirds in their regular season finale in DeForest on Thursday night.
Portage senior Eli Considine became the sixth player in program history to score his 1,000th career point, and the first since Kevin Hurd in 2010, when he scored on a drive to the basket in the final minute of the game against DeForest on Thursday night.
Both Necedah and Royall have made a marked improvement from last season to this one, resulting in them both spending the entire year at or near the top of the Scenic Bluffs Conference standings.
RIO — When the season began, the No. 1 goal for the Randolph prep boys basketball team was to win its first conference title since the 2012-13 season.
RIO — When the season began, the No. 1 goal for the Randolph boys basketball team was to win its first conference title since the 2012-13 season. Thanks to a strong finish, which included some big buckets down the stretch from senior Jake Roberts and sophomore Brayden Haffele, the Rockets ar…