Bethany Oren scored 28 points, surpassing the 1,000-point career mark, to lead the Edgerton girls basketball team to a 62-53 victory over visiting Evansville in Rock Valley Conference action Tuesday night.
Jessica Danks scored 20 points, making four 3-pointers, for the Crimson Tide (5-13, 3-11 Rock Valley).
Abby Eftemoff scored 16 points and Riley Hazard added 12 points for Evansville (5-13, 3-11).
Jefferson 62, Clinton 56
Parker Fetherston and Callie Morrison each scored 18 points as the host Eagles (15-1, 12-1 Rock Valley) held on to beat the Cougars (8-10, 6-8).
Olivia Roehl and Payton Severson had 13 points apiece to lead Clinton.
McFarland 51, Brodhead 46
Katie Rounds scored 23 points and Gabi Runde had 15 points to help the host Spartans (11-6, 10-3 Rock Valley) top the Cardinals (8-9, 5-8).
Alexis Oliver had 21 points, making four 3-pointers, for Brodhead.
Sun Prairie 58, Middleton 38
After trailing by three points at halftime, third-ranked Sun Prairie (15-1, 12-0 Big Eight Conference) stormed back with a 36-13 run during the second half in a defeat of host Middleton (10-7, 8-5).
Senior Jayda Jansen finished with 19 points to lead Sun Prairie.
Senior Haley Dunn led Middleton with 11 points.
Lodi 53, Wautoma 35
Alana Gilles scored 15 points, and the host Blue Devils (11-5) used heavy defensive pressure to stifle the Hornets (13-4) en route to a non-conference victory.
Jaden Kolinski scored 13 points and Lauryn Milne had 10 points for Lodi.
Laconia 66, Columbus 44
Kiarra Otto had three 3-pointers among her game-high 26 points and Alissa Dins had 12 points as the visiting Spartans (18-0), ranked second in Division 3, defeated the Cardinals (4-13).
River Valley 59, Fennimore 42
Junior Emily Briehl led the Blackhawks (4-13) with 18 points as they defeated the visiting Golden Eagles (4-14).
Junior Jalyn Eastlick had nine points for River Valley.
Freshman Brynlee Nelson led Fennimore with 20 points.
Watertown Luther Prep 58, FdL Winnebago Lutheran 55
Senior Gabi Tomlin scored 13 points to lead the Phoenix (8-7) over the host Vikings (5-12).
Juniors Abbie Burke and Carly Hirsch each scored 12 points to help Watertown Luther Prep secure the victory.