Senior Parker Fetherston scored a career-high 30 points Tuesday night, helping the Jefferson girls basketball team hold on to its one-game lead in the Rock Valley Conference with a 58-31 victory over visiting Whitewater.

The Eagles (18-1, 14-1 Rock Valley) held the Whippets (13-6, 11-4) to 2-for-25 shooting in the second half.

Seniors Allison Heckert and Ali Ketterhagen each scored eight points for Whitewater.

Marshall 84, New Glarus 53

Freshman Mia Morel scored 27 points and freshman Anna Lutz had 16 points as the host Cardinals (19-0, 9-0 Capitol South), ranked fourth in Division 3 by The Associated Press, defeated the Glarner Knights (9-12, 3-6).

Senior Willow Lee scored 24 points for New Glarus.

Senior Reonna Huettner scored 13 points and freshman Laura Nickel added 12 for Marshall.

Cambridge 55, Waterloo 24

Joriann Clary scored 16 points and Gracie Korth had 12 points to lead the host Blue Jays (7-2, 17-3 Capitol South) past the Pirates (1-8, 7-13).

Cambridge went on a 13-0 run to start the second half to extend their lead to 24 points and never looked back.

Elyssa Stein added 10 points for Cambridge.

Wisconsin Heights 65, Belleville 58

Natalie Hering scored 19 points, making three 3-pointers, and Karlee Adler had 17 points to lead the host Vanguards (3-6, 8-12 Capitol South) past the Wildcats (4-5, 12-9).

Belleville rallied from a 19-point halftime deficit, cutting the margin to three points before Heights pulled away.

Aimee Sies and Rachel Heittola each scored 15 points for Belleville.

Lakeside Lutheran 54, Columbus 45

Senior guard Kalies Birkholz scored 19 points as the host Warriors (14-6, 9-0 Capitol North) remained unbeaten in league play by defeating the Cardinals (4-15, 2-7).

Senior forward Ashley Henry had a game-high 23 points and senior Erica Patrick notched 11 for Columbus.

Lodi 49, Watertown Luther Prep 28

Lauryn Milne scored 13 points and Jaden Kolinski had 12 points to lead the visiting Blue Devils (7-2, 13-6 Capitol North) past the Phoenix (2-10, 9-11).

Carly Hirsch scored 10 points for Watertown Luther Prep.

Poynette 61, Lake Mills 48

Sophomore Ashlynn Klosky finished with 23 points as the host Pumas (9-10, 4-5 Capitol North) beat the L-Cats (4-14, 1-8).

Junior Johanna Hutchinson added 10 points for Poynette. Freshman Julianna Wagner scored 11 points for Lake Mills.

Mineral Point 71, Fennimore 38

Peyton Ross scored nine of her 15 points in the first half as the visiting Pointers (15-5, 10-2 SWAL) opened a 15-point halftime lead and cruised past the Golden Eagles (4-16, 1-11).

Malorie Johnson added 13 points for Mineral Point.

Wisconsin Dells 72, Mauston 44

Senior Jenna Mace scored a game-high 30 points — 24 in the first half — to power the host Chiefs (18-1, 8-0 South Central) past the Golden Eagles.

Wisconsin Dells opened the game on a 15-0 run and took a 38-17 halftime lead.

Junior Katelyn Meister scored 25 points for the Chiefs. Senior Skyylar Brescia notched a team-high 21 points for Mauston.

Barneveld 64, Albany 46

The visiting Eagles (10-9, 7-3 Six Rivers East) held off the Comets (8-11, 5-5).

Deerfield 56, Madison Country Day 22

Jayme Fischer scored 17 points and Sophia Cabral had 12 points as the host Demons (5-5, 6-13 Trailways South) defeated the Prairie Hawks (0-10, 1-18).

Sara Singer scored 11 points for Country Day.

Palmyra-Eagle 63, Madison Abundant Life 43

Senior Sydney Lean scored 14 points to help the Panthers (15-5, 11-0) defeat the visiting Challengers (5-14, 4-7) to capture the Trailways South title.

Senior Lauren Stefanczyk added 13 points for Palmyra-Eagle. Sophomore Maeya Bakke led Abundant Life with 15 points.

Orfordville Parkview 53, Johnson Creek 34

Taylor Burrell scored 12 points and Hunter Baars added 10 as the visiting Vikings (8-2, 9-11 Trailways South) beat the Bluejays (1-9, 1-17).

Rylie Thomas and Abby Hintz each scored eight points for Johnson Creek.


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.