Sophomore standout Jaddan Simmons scored 22 of her 35 points in the second half Friday to lead the Green Bay Southwest girls basketball team to a 92-89 victory over Sun Prairie in the championship game of the DeForest Norski Holiday Tournament.

Jayda Jansen totaled 19 points to become the Cardinals’ career scoring leader, topping McKayla Yentz’s total of 1,304 points, but Sun Prairie (9-1) suffered its first loss.

Grace Hilbert added 18 points and Carly Coulthart scored 16 for Sun Prairie.

Sun Prairie used a second-half run to get within one possession, but missed a potential game-tying 3-pointer late against the Trojans (6-4).

New Berlin Eisenhower 62, DeForest 45

Julia Hintz had 11 points to help lift the Lions (9-2) past the Norskies (3-9) in the third-place game of the Norski Tournament.

Grace Roth scored 12 points and Delaney Kramer had 10 points for DeForest.

Monroe 61, Muskego 53

Emily Benzschawel had 22 points and Sydney Mathiason added 14 points as the host Cheesemakers (12-1) defeated the Warriors (8-3) in non-conference play.

Kenni Czarnecki scored 13 points and Maddy Harrison added 12 points for Muskego.

Middleton 66, Kenosha St. Joseph 43

Evie Coleman scored 11 points and Charlotte Dunn added 10 as the Cardinals (5-5) beat the Lancers (4-5) in the fifth-place game of the Christine Rathke Memorial Tournament in Franklin.

Jaea Johnson scored 12 points and Katie Matrise 11 for St. Joseph.

Madison La Follette 49, Superior 39

Nyenhial Riak scored 13 points and Evelyn Walker had 12 as the Lancers (6-3) topped the Spartans (6-3) to go 2-0 in the Wisconsin Rapids Holiday Tournament.

Beaver Dam 61, Northfield (Minn.) 48

The Golden Beavers (9-1) got 24 points from Maty Wilke and rebounded from a halftime deficit to beat the Raiders in the St. Olaf Holiday Shootout in Northfield, Minnesota.

On Saturday, Beaver Dam will meet Hopkins (Minn.), ranked No. 17 nationally.

Oregon 60, Burlington 30

Ellen McCorkle and Kaitlyn Schrimpf each scored 15 points as the Panthers (6-4) opened on a 26-6 run and beat the host Demons (7-4).

Reedsburg 66, Lodi 48

The host Beavers (9-2) scored 37 points in the second half to pull away from the Blue Devils (5-2).

Ava Douglas sank 11 of 14 free throws on her way to 21 points. Brooklyn Schyvinck added 12, Julia Korklewski 11 and Alyssa Straka 10.

Lodi got 19 points from Alana Gilles and 10 each from Lauryn Milne and Jaden Kolinski.

Marshall 67, Menomonee Falls 34

Mia Morel had 19 points and Anna Lutz added 13 points to help lift the host Cardinals (10-0) past the Indians (3-6).

Jessica Boerner scored 15 points for Menomonee Falls.

Milw. Thomas More 60, Lakeside Lutheran 57 (OT)

Senior Brianna Flayter made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 8 seconds remaining in overtime to help lift the Cavaliers (6-3) past the Warriors (5-4) in the Fort Atkinson Holiday Classic.

Flayer finished with 26 points, making three of her six 3-pointers in overtime.

Kalies Birkholz had 12 points and Kelsey Birschbach added 11 points for Lakeside Lutheran.

Belleville 48, Fort Atkinson 42

Rachael Heittola scored 13 points and Jade Halvensleben 12 as the Wildcats (8-4) defeated the Blackhawks (1-10) in the Fort Atkinson Holiday tournament.

Junior Kat Brandl scored 13 points for Fort Atkinson.


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.