Senior Trevor Tietz made the go-ahead basket with 2.2 seconds remaining Friday to give the Watertown boys basketball team a 42-40 victory over Janesville Parker in the championship game of the Cudahy Southside Shootout.

Tietz finished with 20 points and Kory Stas had 13 for Watertown (3-5).

Chris Galvan scored 16 points for Parker (2-9).

Madison Memorial 48, Gaffney (S.C.) 43

The Spartans (9-2) went on an 18-6 run to close the game, erasing a seven-point deficit in a consolation semifinal of the Farm Bureau Insurance Classic in Roebuck, South Carolina.

Nick Caropreso finished with 14 points and Tyshawn Caldwell had six rebounds for Memorial, which totaled 11 steals and nine blocked shots. The Memorial bench outscored Gaffney’s 12-0.

Gaffney got 18 points from Nick Agapion and 11 points and 13 rebounds from LaDarrius Foster.

Beaver Dam 60, Luxemburg-Casco 48

Senior Sam Wilke scored 19 points to lead the Golden Beavers (5-3) over the Spartans (2-6) in the Shawano Sun Drop Shootout.

Connor Cullen and Max Klawitter each added 12 points, as Beaver Dam jumped out to a 15-point advantage at halftime.

Nathan Coisman had 11 points for Luxemburg-Casco.

Menomonee Falls 89, Beloit Memorial 76

Nate Schuster scored 24 points to help lift the Indians (7-2) past the Purple Knights (3-7) in the championship game of the Beloit Memorial Tournament.

Menomonee Falls led by 26 points before Beloit Memorial cut the lead to six points late in the second half. Terell Ringer scored 27 points and Reese Collins had 16 for Beloit.

Berlin 75, Marshall 66

Justin Bartol had 29 points as the Indians (5-3) beat the visiting Cardinals (0-7).

Tyler Chadwick scored 24 points, making seven 3-pointers, and Reece Leistikow added 20 for Marshall.

Milwaukee Marshall 54, Deerfield 49

Isaiah McCloud scored 14 points and Kerryon Taylor added 12 points as the visiting Eagles (4-3) defeated the Demons (5-3) despite getting 21 points from Noah Gjermo.

Amoi Clark tallied 11 points for Milwaukee Marshall. Nate Siewert notched 10 points for Deerfield.


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.