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ELMWOOD - The Elmwood/Plum City girls basketball team lost a non-conference game to Turtle Lake Monday evening by a 55-34 score. EPC did not have a player score in double...
Boys basketball No. 1 Prescott 45, Elk Mound 12 Girls basketball Turtle Lake 55, Elmwood/Plum City 34 Boys state basketball scores Adams-Friendship 49, New Lisbon 21 Arcadia 57, Osseo-Fairchild 47 Bay Port 63, Green Bay East 56 Black River Falls 62, Durand 43 Brookfield Academy 60, Jefferson 32 Brookfield Central 55, Milwaukee Vincent 42 Cambria-Friesland 60, Oshkosh Valley Christian 49 Cary-Grove, Ill.
PRESCOTT - At one time it was a 14-11 ballgame. But Elk Mound's hopes of using deliberate tactics on offense to try and knock down No. 1 ranked Prescott High School boys' basketball team failed miserably Monday evening. Instead, Prescott's defense held EM without a field goal for three quarters and just two points at the free-throw line in the second half for a 45-13 non- conference win. The Mounders did more passing than shooting on offense, but it didn't throw Prescott off its game.
ELMWOOD - In less than 24 hours the Elmwood/Plum City boys' basketball team won its second straight game, downing Clayton 47-45 Saturday afternoon. EPC had defeated St. Croix Central 60-44 Friday evening to snap a three-game losing streak. The Wolves' overall record is now 4-6. EPC had three players in double figures and eight players score altogether compared to the Bears' five. Leading Elmwood/PC in scoring was Nick Bechel with14 points. Teammates Levi Wolf and Nash Gilles each put in 10 points. EPC will take on Spring Valley this Thursday in Spring Valley.
PLUM CITY - The annual Plum City High School Alumni Band Night took place Friday at Plum City High School. The PCHS Alumni Band made up of present and past band members played before and during halftime of the Elmwood/Plum City vs. St. Croix Central boys' basketball game.
Boys Basketball Mondovi 48, Spring Valley 42 Girls basketball Osceola 59, Ellsworth 49 Cadott 57, Spring Valley 52 BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Adams-Friendship 51, Columbus 47 Albany 74, Argyle 71, OT Almond-Bancroft 45, Wild Rose 40, OT Altoona 55, Fall Creek 50 Amherst 50, Iola-Scandinavia 44 Appleton East 45, Fond du Lac 31 Aquinas 37, Tomah 30 Arcadia 50, Westby 40 Hartland Arrowhead 65, Waukesha South 54 Wisconsin Rapids Assumptio
PLUM CITY - Alumni Band Night at Plum City High School was perfect timing for the Elmwood/Plum City prep boys' basketball co-op team to break a three-game losing streak. The Wolves outscored St. Croix Central 20-7 in the fourth quarter to win 60-44 at Plum City High School Friday. Levi Wolf led EPC in scoring with 15 points and teammate Nash Gilles finished with 14 points. But Wolves also got important scoring contributions from their reserves like Peter Fenter's seven points, Chris Longsdorf's six and Wyatt Schultz's four points.
PRESCOTT - The No. 1 ranked Prescott High School boys' basketball team started slow but finished fast in a 71-31 win over Highway 10 rival Ellsworth Friday. The Panthers led PHS 15-13 after the first quarter but the Cardinals outscored EHS 58-16 for the rest of the ballgame, including a 40-11 stretch in the second and third quarters. Noah Whalen and Evan Klawitter both scored seven points to lead Ellsworth in scoring. Prescott hosts Elk Mound on Monday while EHS is off until Thursday when they host Somerset.
Girls basketball Colfax 45, Elmwood/Plum City 27 Wisconsin boys' high school basketball Augusta 59, Independence 31 Bangor 73, Brookwood 38 Barron 55, Ladysmith 38 Blair-Taylor 72, Loyal 48 Brillion 60, Reedsville 25 Cameron 59, Clayton 21 Chilton 71, Hilbert 35 Columbus 43, Lodi 41 Cornell 60, Winter 40 Crandon 69, White Lake 43 Eleva-Strum 65, Alma Center Lincoln 49 Florence 56, Elcho 44 Gresham 68, Bowler 39 Hermantown Minnesota 78, Ashland 63
Ellsworth High School's boys basketball team may well be in the wrong place and the wrong time this evening through no fault of their own. The Panthers not only take on the state's No. 1 ranked Division 3 team, which also happens to be their Highway 10 west rival Prescot this evening in Prescott, but they face a mad No. 1 ranked team on top of it. The Cardinals cost themselves a win at No. 3 Eau Claire Regis by blowing a seven-point lead in the fourth quarter. The loss also may cost them the No.