Senior Jackson Kolinski had 16 points as the Lodi boys basketball team held on for a 69-61 home win over Lake Mills to clinch the outright Capitol North Conference title on Friday night.
Canyon Bacon and Casey Breunig each added 12 points for the Blue Devils (12-8, 8-2 Capitol North).
Sophomore Mike Herring scored 14 points to lead the L-Cats (14-7, 6-4).
Lakeside Lutheran 85, Columbus 52
Junior Cameron Paske scored 18 points as the host Warriors (17-5, 7-3) took control in the second half to beat the Cardinals (9-11, 2-7).
Will DeNoyer and Cade Olszewski had 14 points apiece for Lakeside.
Trent Casper totaled 14 points to lead Columbus.
Watertown Luther Prep 60, Poynette 55
Micah Kieselhorst tallied 19 points and Joe Hirsch scored 14 as the host Phoenix (12-6, 6-4) beat the Pumas (6-14, 0-9).
Gavin Klosky totaled 21 points and Jack Moll had 15 points for Poynette.
Capitol South Conference
New Glarus 77, Belleville 47
Junior Jaden Kreklow totaled 20 points as the visiting Glarner Knights (21-0, 10-0), ranked No. 1 in Division 4 by The Associated Press, pulled away in the second half to defeat the Wildcats (8-14, 2-8).
Junior Zach Feller had 17 points to surpass the 1,000-point mark for his career.
Wisconsin Heights 72, Marshall 57
Grady Geishirt notched 23 points and Austin Wolfe added 14 points as the host Vanguards (16-4, 7-3) defeated the Cardinals (6-14, 5-5) despite 26 points from Reece Leistikow.
Clayton Caminiti contributed 11 points and Joan Ayala totaled 10 points for Wisconsin Heights.
Cambridge 73, Waterloo 43
Jacob Horton notched 21 points and Jacob Hommen added 13 points as the visiting Blue Jays (8-12, 5-5) defeated the Pirates (3-17, 1-9).
Easton Ellis totaled 13 points for Waterloo. Will Kaashagen tallied 10 for Cambridge.
South Central Conference
Wisconsin Dells 69, Mauston 56
Tanner Brandt scored 24 points as the visiting Chiefs (20-1, 9-0) took a 14-point halftime lead and turned back a late challenge by the Golden Eagles (14-7, 7-2) to clinch the outright league title.
Jackson Sveum had 13 of his 21 points in the second half for Wisconsin Dells, ranked fourth in Division 3. Mauston trimmed the margin to four points before the Dells pulled away.
Mineral Point 81, Riverdale 32
Freshman Brayden Dailey poured in 28 points to help the host Pointers (17-4, 12-1) defeat the Chieftains (1-18, 0-13) and clinch the outright conference title.
Mineral Point opened a 52-17 halftime lead.
Six Rivers East
Barneveld 70, Juda 56
Kauy Fargo scored 25 points and Malcolm Reed totaled 15 points to lead the host Eagles (13-8, 10-1) past the Panthers (6-15, 4-7).
Juda’s Keagen Haffele scored 25 points, making 10 of 11 free throws.
Trailways West Conference
Pardeeville 69, Cambria-Friesland 29
The host Bulldogs (18-2, 12-1), ranked seventh in Division 4, opened on a 19-2 run and cruised past the Hilltoppers (5-15, 1-12) to clinch the outright conference title.
Nicholas Henke scored 14 points and Duncan Fleiner and Jonathan Kamrath each added 11 to lead Pardeeville.
Trailways South Conference
Deerfield 81, Johnson Creek 49
Nate Siewert scored 17 points and Noah Gjermo added 15 points to lead the host Demons (17-4, 10-1), ranked ninth in Division 5, past the Bluejays (5-14, 3-8).
Justin Swanson scored 14 points and Jamison Richardt added 11 points for Creek.
Madison Country Day 76, Madison Abundant Life 38
Declan Young scored 15 points and Mann Kukreja added 14 points as the host Prairie Hawks (4-16, 2-9 Trailways South) defeated the Challengers (0-21, 0-12).
Ryan Rockwell tallied 12 points and Seth Byington totaled 10 points for Madison Abundant Life/St. Ambrose.
Colin Green notched 12 points for Country Day.