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Sophomore Will Fuhrmann scored 27 points and senior Tyson Tully added 26 on Tuesday night to send the Reedsburg boys basketball team to an 80-75 victory over host Portage in a WIAA Division 2 regional quarterfinal as part of the Oregon sectional.

Portage (8-15) made its first 10 shots to take a 25-10 lead with 9 minutes, 40 seconds left in the half, but Reedsburg (12-11) closed the half on a 20-10 run to cut the deficit to 35-30.

The Beavers then made three straight 3-pointers to take a 39-37 lead with 16:10 left. Eventually, Reedsburg built a 75-65 lead with two minutes to play.

Senior Craig Steele scored 23 points and senior Erik Isakson added 19 for the Warriors.

Sauk Prairie 72, Baraboo 45

Senior Carson Radl scored 19 points to lead the host Eagles (13-10) over the Thunderbirds (4-19).

Junior Spencer Breunig added 14 points for Sauk Prairie. Senior Mason Peterson led Baraboo with 18.

Monroe 64, Oregon 49

Senior Brayden Zettle made seven 3-pointers and finished with 25 points to lead the host Cheesemakers (14-9) over the Panthers (9-14).

Junior Kade King added 22 points for Monroe. Freshman Eric Victorson scored 19 points for Oregon.

Fort Atkinson 57, Waterford 53

Senior Jesse Kutz finished with 16 points to help the Blackhawks (5-18) complete a comeback victory over the host Wolverines (8-14).

Senior Connor O’Brien added 12 points for Fort. Senior Richie LePine led Waterford with 19 points.

Burlington 60, Milton 50

Sean Safar scored 16 points to lead the host Demons (11-12) past the Red Hawks (0-23). Jared Brown scored 14 points for Milton.

Jefferson 55, Delavan-Darien 46

James Monogue scored 17 points and Ryan Brost had 12 points as the host Eagles (10-13) defeated the Comets (2-21). Reese Crull scored 21 points for Delavan-Darien.

Division 1

Kenosha Indian Trail 66, Janesville Parker 58

Freshman Ezra Stargell finished with 22 points as the host Hawks (8-14) defeated the Vikings (2-21).

Senior Chris Galvan led Parker with 22 points.

Madison West 78, Lake Geneva Badger 60

Sophomore Ezra Thompson scored 26 points and Dayne Armwald added 19 as the host Regents (4-19) took a 14-point halftime lead and cruised past the Badgers (3-20).

Kale Rodgers scored 20 points to lead Badger.

Division 3

Madison Edgewood 74, Marshall 58

Senior Mandela Deang, back after missing several weeks due to an injury, scored 23 points and seniors Josh Duffek and Connor Cruz each added 12 to lead the host Crusaders (9-14) past the Cardinals (8-15).

Senior Reece Leistikow scored 28 points for Marshall.

Richland Center 76, Evansville 71

Senior Devon Schmitz poured in 37 points, including 19 free throws, as the host Hornets (11-12) outlasted the Blue Devils (10-13) in overtime.

Senior Reighly Schultz added 10 points for Richland Center.

Senior Zach Mielke led Evansville with 16 points.

River Valley 47, Poynette 38

Brett Nachreiner scored 12 points to lead the host Blackhawks (11-12) past the Pumas (6-17). Gavin Klosky scored 12 for Poynette.

Dodgeville 66, Brodhead 48

Senior Bryce Prochaska scored 17 of his 24 points in the second half as the host Dodgers (11-12) pulled away from the Cardinals (7-16).

Brekan Day had 20 points for Brodhead.

Lake Mills 89, Walworth Big Foot 54

Hayden Iverson scored 20 points, making six 3-pointers, and Mike Herrington added 14 points as the host L-Cats (16-7) defeated the Chiefs (3-20).

Logan Eischeid scored 19 points, making three 3-pointers, and Heath Dillenbeck added 14 points for Big Foot.

Lakeside Lutheran 96, Kenosha Reuther 35

Jacob Ulrich scored 26 points as the host Warriors (18-5) took a 30-point halftime lead and rolled past the Bulldogs (8-12).

John O’Donnell added 11 points for Lakeside.

Columbus 61, Berlin 45

In the Whitefish Bay sectional, Ben Emler had 20 points and Trent Casper 16 as the host Cardinals (11-12) took an early lead and topped the Indians (8-15). Justin Bartol scored 14 for Berlin.

Division 4

Belleville 59, Dodgeland 53

Seniors Brock Kelly and Drew Shrader each scored 25 points to lead the visiting Wildcats (9-14) over the Trojans (11-12) as part of the Baraboo sectional.

Orfordville Parkview 72, Johnson Creek 61

Junior Justin Balch scored 21 points as the host Vikings (14-9) used a 13-2 run early in the second half to take the lead and beat the Bluejays. Cole Ducklow scored 16 points and Bryce Henningsen had 15 for Creek.

Horicon 78, Waterloo 53

Senior Hunter Nehls scored 23 points to lead the host Marshmen (13-10) over the Pirates (3-19).

Junior C.J. Brooks added 17 points for Horicon. Senior Louis Hensler and junior Spencer Noel each had 11 points for Waterloo.

Westfield 68, Cambridge 61

Senior Nick Brakebush scored on a driving layup late in the game to help the Pioneers (10-13) upset the host Blue Jays (9-14).

Brakebush finished with 23 points and senior Doug Thompson added 14 points for Westfield. Senior Jacob Horton led Cambridge with 20 points.

Division 5

Deerfield 88, Madison Abundant Life 27

Nate Siewert scored 20 points, giving him 1,000 for his career, to lead the host Demons (19-4) past the Challengers (0-23) in the Watertown sectional.

Seth Byington scored 14 points, making three 3-pointers, for Abundant Life.

Barneveld 80, Madison Country Day 39

Senior Jacob Slaney scored 15 points as the host Eagles (15-8) topped the Prairie Hawks (4-19).

Five players scored in double figures for Barneveld. Seniors Malcolm Reed and Jonas Ignatius and junior Kauy Fargo each had 11.

Junior Colin Green led Country Day with 16 points.

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Wisconsin State Journal prep sports editor Art Kabelowsky has traversed the state to cover sports while working for daily papers in Fort Atkinson, Racine, La Crosse, Milwaukee and Baraboo.