A monster of a second half carried the Sun Prairie boys basketball team to a 69-46 victory over host Brookfield Central on Saturday afternoon in the Luke Homan Memorial Classic.

Sophomore Jalen Johnson scored 25 points and secured 12 rebounds for the Cardinals (13-1), ranked fourth in Division 1 by The Associated Press.

Sun Prairie wiped out a three-point halftime deficit with a 45-point second half against the Lancers (9-4).

Cole Nau scored 17 points and David Joplin had 10 points for Brookfield Central.

Sophomore Delaware Hale added 15 points and senior Taylor Jansen had 10 for Sun Prairie.

Middleton 60, Milwaukee Marquette 54

Davis Roquet scored 13 points and Alan Roden added nine points as the Cardinals (8-7) came on strong after halftime to defeat the Hilltoppers (7-6) in the Homan Classic.

For Marquette, Niko Kerschner scored 18 points and Joey Platz had 16 points, making four 3-point baskets.

The Cardinals outscored the Lancers by 26 points in the second half.

Jefferson 52, Wilmot 50

Junior Ben Sukow made a pair of free throws with six seconds left to lead the host Eagles (5-8) over the Panthers (8-5) in a non-conference game.

After Sukow put Jefferson up by two points, the team got a steal on the ensuing possession as time expired.

Ryan Brost, Zack Peterson and Sukow each scored in double figures for the Eagles.

Deerfield 57, Cambridge 48

Noah Gjermo, Carson Knapp and Nate Siewert each scored 12 points as the host Demons (9-3) defeated the Blue Jays (4-8) in a non-conference game.

Deerfield led by 11 at halftime. Ryan Jansen had 13 points and Jacob Hommen had 11 for Cambridge.


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.