After letting a two-set lead slip away Wednesday night, the Madison Memorial boys volleyball team rallied in the fifth set to pull out a 25-20, 25-17, 21-25, 23-25, 15-10 victory over visiting Madison West in a Big Eight Conference match.

Colin Kennedy delivered 13 kills and Grayson Lehman had 11 for the winners. Drew Collins added 23 assists and Roark Lundal had 20.

Duncan Beilke led West with 39 assists.

Girls golf

Big Eight quadrangular

Lauren Shorter shot a 9-over-par 80 and Courtney Shorter had an 81 to lead Verona to a team total of 350 and a 66-stroke victory over Janesville Parker in a Big Eight quadrangular at Riverside Golf Course in Janesville.

Sophia Dooman shot 87 to lead runner-up Janesville Parker. Chloe Day shot 87 for Verona, which did not field a complete team.

Middleton 328, Madison West 356

Payton Hodson led the host Cardinals over the Regents with a 4-over-par 75. Grace Peterson had an 81.

Lillian Kuetter shot an 83 for Madison West.

Waunakee 183, Beaver Dam 188

Sam Soulier shot a 7-over-par 43 to help the visiting Warriors top the Golden Beavers in a Badger North dual.

Kendra Swanson had a 37 to lead Beaver Dam.

Stoughton 185, Oregon 186

Bre Viken, Myranda Kotlowski and Caylie Kotlowski each carded 11-over-par 46s as the host Vikings defeated the Panthers.

Andi McCorkle shot a 43 and Ally Payne had a 44 for Oregon.

Madison Edgewood 181, Watertown 195

The Crusaders earned a Badger South Conference dual-meet victory at Watertown Country Club.

Rock Valley mini-meet

Jefferson won the eight-team meet with a score of 182, besting Edgerton and Lakeside Lutheran by 14 strokes. All four Eagles’ scorers finished in the top six, as Alexa Owen shot a 44, Hailey Hotter 45, Courtney Draeger 46 and Bre Deblare 47. Mali Kruckenberg led all individual scorers with a 43 for the Crimson Tide.

Girls tennis

Watertown Luther Prep 4, Beaver Dam Wayland 3

The Phoenix defeated the host Big Red behind Alethia Schmidt’s 4-6, 6-1, 7-5, victory in No. 1 singles over Ellie Tyranski.

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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.