Mia Morel scored 18 points Thursday night to lead the unbeaten Marshall girls basketball team, ranked fourth in Division 3 by The Associated Press, to a 61-52 victory over host Wisconsin Heights in Capitol South Conference play.

Samira Arvin added 13 points and Reonna Huettner 11 for the Cardinals (18-0, 8-0 South), who trailed by three at halftime but turned the game around with a 33-22 run in the second half.

Karlee Adler scored 14 points and Anna King notched 13 for the Vanguards (7-12, 2-6).

Waterloo 51, New Glarus 41

Brittany Limoseth scored 22 points to help the host Pirates (7-12, 1-7 Capitol South) snap a 17-game conference losing streak with a win over the Glarner Knights (9-11, 3-5).

Ashley Caraballo had eight points and 11 rebounds for Waterloo. Willow Lee totaled 17 points to lead New Glarus.

Cambridge 54, Belleville 36

Elyssa Stein scored 17 points and Olivia Williams made eight of 10 free throws on her way to a 16-point night, as the visiting Blue Jays (16-3, 6-2) beat the Wildcats (12-8, 4-4).

Jade Halvensleben notched 15 points and Rachael Heittola added 11 for Belleville.

Joriann Clary and Gracie Korth scored 8 points apiece for Cambridge.

Lakeside Lutheran 58, Poynette 42

Junior Kaitlyn Shadoski scored 13 points and sophomore Lauren Thiele added 12 as the host Warriors (13-6, 8-0 Capitol North) topped the Pumas (8-10, 3-6).

Sophomore Ashlynn Klosky and freshman Jalynn Morter each had 13 points for Poynette.

Lodi 49, Columbus 43

Freshman Jaden Kolinski scored 15 points and junior Alana Gilles added 14 to propel the host Blue Devils (12-5, 6-2 Capitol North) past the Cardinals (4-14, 2-6).

Lodi closed the final 10 minutes, 45 seconds of the first half on a 12-0 run to take a 21-13 lead. The Blue Devils’ lead shrunk to 23-20, but Lodi responded with a 9-0 run for a 34-20 lead with 11:20 left.

Senior Erica Patrick scored 13 points and senior Ashley Henry 10 for the Cardinals.

Watertown Luther Prep 43, Lake Mills 40

Gabi Tomlin scored 16 points as the visiting Phoenix (9-7, 4-4) closed on a 9-3 run to rally past the L-Cats (4-12, 1-7).

Julianna Wagner had 13 points for Lake Mills.

Mineral Point 70, Southwestern 32

Peyton Ross had 12 points and 10 steals as the host Pointers (14-5, 9-2 SWAL) closed on a 38-11 run to pull away from the Wildcats (3-15, 1-10).

Morgan James and Kyla Lindsey each scored 11 points for Point.

Black Hawk 55, Barneveld 20

Hannah Butler scored 14 points as the host Warriors (19-0, 10-0 Six Rivers East), ranked first in Division 5, clinched at least a share of the Six Rivers East title with a win over the Eagles (9-9, 6-3).

Deerfield 44, Orfordville Parkview 39

Sophia Cabral tallied 12 points and Calli Schindler scored 11 as the visiting Demons (5-13, 4-5 Trailways South) took down the Vikings (8-11, 7-2).

Taylor Burrell and Amber Hudson scored 12 points apiece for Orfordville Parkview.

Maren Jensen and Jayme Fischer each added eight points for Deerfield.

Williams Bay 48, Madison Abundant Life 37

Leslie Olson scored 15 points and Bella DeNotto added 13 as the visiting Bulldogs (11-7, 7-3 Trailways South) defeated the Challengers (5-13, 4-6).

Maeya Bakke scored 17 points for Abundant Life.

Heidi VanderMeer contributed 10 points for Williams Bay.

Pardeeville 61, Montello 45

Junior Rylie Mussehl scored 25 points and junior Olivia Nedza added 18 to lift the host Bulldogs (8-10, 4-7 Trailways West) past the Hilltoppers (3-14, 1-10).


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.