Spring Valley, Plum City back to second in D-SCFor some reason Elk Mound High School's boys' basketball team has Elmwood's number and the Mounders' 53-49 win over the Raiders Tuesday ended a six-game winning streak and put EHS' Pierce County rivals into a second place tie in the Dunn-St. Croix Conference standings.
For some reason Elk Mound High School's boys' basketball team has Elmwood's number and the Mounders' 55-49 win over the Raiders Tuesday ended a six-game winning streak and put EHS' Pierce County rivals into a second place tie over them in the Dunn-St. Croix Conference standings.
EM outscored Elmwood 14-8 in the final quarter after the Raiders rallied from a 25-19 halftime deficit to tie the score 41-41 at the end of the third.
Plum City edged Boyceville 52-48 and Spring Valley, after a week's layoff, beat Glenwood City 64-56. Both squads are 7-3 in the D-SC standings, a game in back of Colfax, which had a bye in league play (and beat Barron in a non-conference game 44-34).
Dylan Webster had a season-high 29 points in the Cardinals' win over their rivals, the Hilltoppers, at home. Chase Luebker scored all 11 of his points in the fourth quarter to help the Blue Devils pull away for a home win. The score was tied at 33 going into the final eight minutes.
Elmwood meanwhile drops back to a fourth-place tie with Elk Mound at 7-4. The Raiders can climb back up the standings with a win against Plum City at home Friday or the Devils can tie for first with Spring Valley as they take on Colfax at home Friday.