Disasterous night in MBC for Pierce County teamsBoth Prescott and Ellsworth's girls' basketball teams were dealt setbacks in the quest for the Middle Border Conference title Tuesday evening.
Both Prescott and Ellsworth's girls' basketball teams were dealt setbacks in the quest for the Middle Border Conference title Tuesday evening.
Somerset took command of first place in the MBC with a 57-30 beatdown of Prescott at Somerset.
Meanwhile, Ellsworth was upended at Baldwin-Woodville 52-39. The loss pushes EHS all the way back to a fifth place tie with Amery at 3-4.
Already leading 25-19 at the half, Baldwin-Woodville outscored the visiting Panthers 14-7 in the third quarter.
Taylor Murphy and Shannon Campbell each scored nine points for the Panthers (7-8 overall, 3-4 Middle Border Conference). Abbey Ristow added six points and 15 rebounds.
Prescott fell two games back of 6-1 Somerset after losing to the Spartans Tuesday. Durand is in second with a 4-2 record after beating New Richmond 45-26. Osceola is 3-3 and in fourth place although the Chieftains lost 43-31 to Amery.