Prescott, Plum City winners in girls basketballThe Prescott and Plum City prep girls basketball teams both won conference rescheduled contests Monday evening.
The Prescott and Plum City prep girls basketball teams both won conference rescheduled contests Monday evening.
Prescott was victorious 48-22 at Somerset while Plum City clobbered Spring Valley 53-26 in Spring Valley.
PHS led the Spartans 23-8 at halftime and poured in 20 more points in the third quarter for good measure. The Cardinals had very balanced scored with Georgia Bowen and Elly Boles both score eight points while Cassie Murphy and Emily Bayer each had seven points. Olivia Rohl finished with six points.
This was Prescott's final regular season contest. They conclude with a 13-9 overall record and were 8-6 in Middle Border Conference play, their third straight winning season. PHS is off until next Tuesday when they host Altoona in a first round, WIAA Division 3 regional tournament contest.
Plum City began a busy week of games with a big win over Pierce County rival Spring Valley. Unlike the previous meeting this season between the two teams in Plum City, which came down to the last seconds, the Blue Devils dominated from start to finish. They held the Cardinals to just three points in the first half while scoring 25. Spring Valley's best quarter was the fourth where they scored 14 points after being down 41-12.
PC's Marah Boyer led all scorers with 20 points while teammates Heather Von Holtum and Sarah Gilles were also in double figures with 10 points each. Elaina Danzinger finished with eight points for PC. Danzinger had a team-high seven rebounds while Von Holtum and Hoyer each had six.
Plum City won its sixth straight D-SC contest and climbed over the .500 mark in league play with an 8-7 record, 9-10 overall. The Blue Devils host Alma/Pepin Thursday and close the regular season at home vs. Elk Mound Saturday afternoon with the tip-off at 1:30 p.m. PC is looking to secure two more wins to finish no worse than .500 for the first time since 2009.
Spring Valley drops to 4-17 overall and 1-14 in the D-SC. They'll look to get another conference win in their season finale at St. Croix Central Thursday.