Junior Jaden Kreklow broke the 1,000-point career mark Tuesday night as unbeaten New Glarus, tied for first with Milwaukee Destiny in Division 4 in The Associated Press state rankings, took a 91-83 victory over Wisconsin Heights in Capitol South Conference play.

Cullen Brooks scored 28 points, Zach Feller had 19 points and Kreklow had 14 points for the visiting Glarner Knights (16-0, 6-0).

For Heights (11-4, 3-2), Grady Geishirt scored 28 points, making 9 of 10 free throws, and Austin Wolfe added 15.

Wisconsin Heights received votes in Division 4 in this week's AP poll. 

Marshall 89, Waterloo 75

Senior Reece Leistikow scored 30 points, making eight 3-pointers, and junior Gabe Stewart had 28 points as the host Cardinals (3-12, 2-3) defeated the Pirates (3-12, 1-4) to earn their third straight victory.

Peter Miller scored 25 points and Easton Ellis had 20 for Waterloo.

Cambridge 64, Belleville 58

Senior Jacob Horton scored 26 points as the visiting Blue Jays (6-9, 3-2) held off a late rally to top the Wildcats (6-10, 1-4).

Junior Ryan Jansen added 17 points for Cambridge.

Brock Kelly tallied 20 points and Austin Fahey had 18, making six 3-pointers, to lead Belleville.

Watertown Luther Prep 70, Columbus 54

Senior Jack Heichelbech scored 14 points in each half to lead the host Phoenix (9-4, 4-2) past the Cardinals (7-9, 0-5).

Senior Jacob Biesterfeld added 13 points for Luther Prep.

Ben Emler had 14 points for Columbus.

Lake Mills 89, Poynette 57

The host L-Cats (10-6, 3-3 Capitol North) poured in a school-record 18 3-pointers and had four players hit double figures, led by Ben Dunkleberger with 20 points, as they beat the Pumas (6-8, 0-5).

Senior Gavin Klosky led Poynette with 20 points.

Sun Prairie 111, Janesville Parker 65

Senior Marlon Ruffin scored 31 points, including 18 in the second half, as the Division 1 second-ranked Cardinals (15-1, 12-1 Big Eight) beat the visiting Vikings (2-15, 1-12).

Sun Prairie began each half on a 17-0 run. Sophomore Colin Schaefer added 21 points for the Cardinals. Senior Chris Galvan scored 21 points and sophomore Tremar Curry and junior Brody Dahlke each had 12 for Parker.

Sun Prairie’s Alec Schaefer and Jalen Johnson also scored in double figures.

Kellen Kenney scored 23 points, making 11 of 12 free throws and Reid Larson added 18 points for Fennimore.

Pardeeville 52, Randolph 41

Senior Nicholas Henke scored 15 points, and the fifth-ranked Bulldogs (15-1, 9-0 Trailways West) opened the second half on a 13-3 run to pull away from the visiting Rockets (11-6, 6-3).

Duncan Fleiner added 12 points for Pardeeville.

La Crosse Central 58, Stoughton 53

Johnny Davis and Terrance Thompson each scored 19 points as the Division 2 fifth-ranked Red Raiders (14-2) defeated the host Vikings (11-5).

Seniors Brady Schipper had 16 points and Aidan McGee added 11 for Stoughton.

Mount Horeb 70, Janesville Craig 54

Jason Larson scored 16 points and Gunnar Nortman had 13 points as the host Vikings (11-3) defeated the Cougars (7-9).

Jacob Ngobi scored 14 points and Aaron Leverson 13 for Craig.

Verona 64, Sauk Prairie 57

Senior Bui Clements scored 20 points to lead the Wildcats (9-7) over the visiting Eagles (10-6).

Junior Reagan Klawiter and senior Grant Kelliher also reached double figures for Verona, as the hosts jumped out to a 27-19 halftime advantage.

Sauk Prairie senior Dawson Evert had 16 points and Elijah Jorgenson tallied 14, making four 3-pointers.

Dodgeville 61, Evansville 59

Bryce Prochaska hit the winning shot with 2 seconds left as the host Dodgers (7-9) rallied from a double-digit deficit in the second half to defeat the Blue Devils (7-9).

Prochaska finished with 20 points and Adam Phillips added 18 points, making four 3-pointers, for Dodgeville.

Mineral Point 93, Fennimore 81

Garrett Wendhausen scored 22 points, making four 3-pointers, and Brayden Dailey had 19 points as the visiting Pointers (12-4, 8-1 SWAL) overcame a 15-point first-half deficit to beat the Golden Eagles (14-2, 7-2).

Zach Mielke scored 32 points and Sulley Geske had 17 points for Evansville.

Monroe 59, Whitewater 52 (OT)

Junior Kade King scored 19 points, including four in overtime, to help lift the visiting Cheesemakers (11-6) past the Whippets (7-9).

Whitewater’s Roberto Navejas made a tying 3-pointer to send the game to OT. He finished with 19 points.

Max Lange added 15 points for Monroe.

Edgerton 63, Oregon 62

Freshman Clayton Jenny scored 16 points, including 11 in the second half, as the visiting Crimson Tide (11-4) erased a six-point halftime deficit to beat the Panthers (7-10).

Freshman Erik Victorson had 19 points, making five 3-pointers, for Oregon.

Seniors Donovan Cone and Jacob Fox each tallied 14 points to help Edgerton erase a six-point halftime deficit.

Senior De’Andre Burrell chipped in 15 points and junior Nolan Look added 14 for the Panthers.

Wisconsin Dells 72, Reedsburg 67 (2OT)

Senior Jackson Sveum notched a team-high 26 points to help the host Chiefs (16-1 overall) hold off the Beavers (8-9) in double overtime.

Reedsburg wiped out a 38-27 halftime deficit and forced overtime on a corner 3-point basket by senior Ben Fuhrmann. Tyson Tully scored 18 points to lead Reedsburg.

In the opening intermission, the teams traded the lead before tying at 63. In the final 20 seconds, Sveum and Reedsburg sophomore Carter Daniels traded layups to send the game to a second overtime as Chiefs senior Alex Weiss’ last second heave hit off the iron and missed.

In the second overtime, Wisconsin Dells never trailed, leading by as many as four, and salted the game away at the line.

Senior Tyson Tully scored a team-high 18 points to lead Reedsburg while Daniels added 15. Weiss and senior Tanner Brandt each chipped in 16 for Wisconsin Dells.

Williams Bay 71, Madison Country Day 64

Senior Eric Norton finished with 19 points to lead the Bulldogs (9-6, 6-2 Trailways South) over the host Prairie Hawks (3-12, 1-5).

Senior Sahej Singh added 14 points for Williams Bay.

Junior Carl Ashworth led Country Day with 21 points and junior Declan Young added 14 points.


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.