Youth and experience worked together to keep the Marshall girls basketball team undefeated on Friday night.
Freshman Mia Morel and senior Samira Arvin each scored 19 points as seventh-ranked Marshall rallied from an early 12-point deficit to earn a 60-52 win over host Cambridge in Capitol South Conference play.
Morel made a pair of 3-pointers late in the second half to help the Cardinals (13-0, 4-0 Capitol South) take control.
Senior Elyssa Stein had 14 points and sophomore Gracie Korth added 13 for the Blue Jays (11-3, 2-2).
New Glarus 61, Wisconsin Heights 59 (OT)
Willow Lee had 20 points as the visiting Glarner Knights (7-7, 2-2 Capitol South) beat the Vanguards (5-9, 1-3).
Ashlee Adler scored 14 points and Karlee Adler had 13 points for Heights. New Glarus tied the game with 13 seconds left in regulation.
Belleville 68, Waterloo 53
The host Wildcats (10-5, 3-1 Capitol South) took control early and held off the Pirates (5-8, 0-4).
Lakeside Lutheran 59, Columbus 48
Kaitlyn Shadoski scored 12 points as the visiting Warriors (8-5, 4-0 Capitol North) beat the Cardinals (3-10, 1-3).
Lakeside Lutheran outscored Columbus, 31-21, in the first half. Ashley Henry tallied 19 points and Erica Patrick 11 for the Cardinals.
Lodi 38, Watertown Luther Prep 26
Alana Gilles scored 12 points and the host Blue Devils (7-3, 3-1 Capitol North) went 10-for-11 from the free throw line in the second half beat the Phoenix (4-5, 1-2).
Camella Kohl had 14 points to lead Luther Prep.
Watertown 58, Baraboo 26
The Goslings (7-6) got 19 points from Jenna Koepp and held the Thunderbirds (2-12) to a season-low point total to win in the seventh-place pairing of the Badger Challenge in Oregon.
Mount Horeb 37, Fort Atkinson 32
Sophomore Kenzie Coulthard scored 13 points to lead the Vikings (3-11) over the Blackhawks (1-13) in the Badger Challenge eighth-place pairing in Oregon.
Senior Sarah Pfeifer chipped in 18 points for the Blackhawks.
Wisconsin Dells 60, Westfield 26
Katelyn Meister scored 24 points as the visiting Chiefs (12-1, 5-0 South Central Conference) beat the Pioneers (2-11, 1-4).
Mineral Point 58, Cuba City 41
The Pointers (10-3, 5-1 SWAL) controlled play to hand the Cubans (10-3, 6-1) their first loss in conference play.
Barneveld 52, Juda 38
Senior Taryn Pickarts had 15 points as the host Golden Eagles (6-8, 5-2 Six Rivers West) beat the Panthers (4-8, 2-5).
Sophomore Britney Straubhaar added 11 points for Barneveld. Senior Mackenzie Byrne had 12 for Juda.
Williams Bay 33, Deerfield 30
Leslie Olson scored 12 points,11 of which came in the second half as the visiting Bulldogs (8-5, 4-2 Trailways South) defeated the Demons (4-8, 3-3).
Olivia Graffin scored 12 points for Deerfield.
Johnson Creek 56, Madison Country Day 33
The visiting Bluejays (1-11, 1-5 Trailways South) earned their first victory of the season, shutting down the Prairie Hawks (1-12, 0-6).
Fall River 38, Pardeeville 24
Samantha Leisemann scored 13 points, as the host Pirates (12-1, 6-1 Trailways West) defeated the Bulldogs (6-6, 3-4).
Fall River outscored Pardeeville in the second half, 24-15, to extend its five-point halftime lead.
Josie DeLapp added 13 points for the Bulldogs.