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Prep basketball: Madison Edgewood girls use big first half to run past Sun Prairie
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Prep basketball: Madison Edgewood girls use big first half to run past Sun Prairie

A big first half carried the Madison Edgewood girls basketball team to a 69-50 victory over Sun Prairie in a non-conference game played at Lakeside Lutheran.

The Crusaders (16-5) opened a 36-14 halftime lead behind a strong inside-outside game, and then fended off a late Sun Prairie surge with a 12-0 run in the second half.

Sarah Lazar led Edgewood with 17 points, Amber Grosse had 14, Baluck Deang 13 and Ellie Iglar 11. Sun Prairie got 14 points each from Marie Outlay and Antioinique Auston.

Monona Grove 64,

Lakeside Lutheran 57

The visiting Silver Eagles (3-4) used a 34-27 run in the second half to break away from a 30-30 halftime tie against the Warriors (9-10). Peighton Nelson scored 12 of her 24 points after halftime, and the Silver Eagles made 14 of 23 second-half free throws. Mia Murray led Lakeside with 23 points.

Freedom 51, Verona 39

The host Irish (22-1), ranked fourth in Division 2, used a 33-17 run in the second half to get past the Wildcats (4-3). Callie Genk scored a game-high 15 points to lead Freedom. Reagan Briggs totaled 11 for Verona.

Mount Horeb 50, Middleton 33

Julia Magnuson scored 18 points and led the Vikings (4-2) past the Cardinals (0-5) at Barneveld. Mount Horeb pulled away from a 22-22 halftime tie. Audrey Deptula led Middleton with 10 points.

New Glarus 51, Belleville 49

Jaylynn Benson scored 14 points and helped the Glarner Knights (18-4, 8-2 Capitol South) earn a comeback victory, rallying from a 29-22 halftime deficit against the Wildcats (4-13, 2-6). Ava Foley led Belleville with 19 points.

Boys basketball

Middleton 58,

Fort Atkinson 57 (OT) After trailing 24-17 at the half, Kaden Fosdick scored nine points in the second half and added five in overtime to propel the visiting Cardinals to a victory over the Blackhawks (8-3). Gavin Hurley provided five points in overtime for Middleton. Carson Baker led Fort Atkinson with 21 points.

Sun Prairie 63, Oconomowoc 57

Ben Olson scored 23 points and carried the visiting Cardinals (2-3) to a victory over the Raccoons (9-11). Drew Houtakker had 15 points and Connor Carpenter 12 for Sun Prairie. Jake Fisher scored 16 of his 24 points in the second half for Oconomowoc.

Waunakee 100, Fall Creek 72

Andrew Keller scored 13 of his 23 points in the second half to hand the visiting Warriors (12-4) a 28-point win over the Crickets (15-5). Caden Nelson had 17 points and Casey Fischer 11 for Waunakee. Teigan Ploeckelman led Fall Creek with 14.

Madison Edgewood 75,

Portage 64

Behind 23 points from Michael Regnier, the visiting Crusaders (6-12) topped the Warriors (6-13). Ben Newton scored 16 points for Edgewood, which went 22-for-22 at the free throw line. Cooper Roberts recorded 22 points and Erik Brouette added 18 for Portage.

Milton 55, DeForest 54

Samuel Burdette scored 16 points and Jack Campion 15 to help the host Red Hawks (11-3) get past the Norskies (8-5). Burdette made four 3-pointers and Campion hit three more. DeForest got 20 points from Max Weisbrod.

West Allis Central 73, Verona 60

The host Bulldogs (10-7) used a 43-35 run in the second half to build a victory over the Wildcats (3-3). Greyson Pritzl scored 22 points and Najoshi Tolefree 21 for Central. Verona got 10 points each from Cam McCorkle and Jonah Anderson.

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