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Erin Howard scored 30 points and Justice Filip had 20 points as the host Madison East girls basketball team raced to a 74-59 win over Janesville Craig in a Big Eight Conference game Thursday.

East (9-4 overall, 8-2 Big Eight) was whistled for only seven fouls, and Parker did not shoot a free throw until late in the second half.

Cassie Goswick scored 22 points, making six 3-pointers, and Emily Pierson had 14 for Craig (7-8, 4-7).

Janesville Craig 24 35 — 59

Madison East 35 39 — 74

JANESVILLE CRAIG — Pierson 5 0-0 14, Parkhurst 2 0-0 4, Elgas 3 0-0 6, Goswick 8 0-0 22, Dunlavy 5 0-0 10, Fieiras 1 1-2 3. Totals 24 1-2 59.

MADISON EAST — Howard 14 1-2 30, Filip 6 5-6 20, Conners 2 5-5 9, Moseberry 2 2-2 8, A. Conners 2, Bentley 1 3-4 5. Totals 26 16-20 74.

3-point goals — JC 10 (Goswick 6, Pierson 4), ME 6 (Filip 3, Moseberry 2, Howard 1). Total fouls — ME 7, JC 15.

Madison La Follette 45, Janesville Parker 42

Meryl Steele hit the go-ahead jumper with 41.1 seconds left and Nyenhial Riak scored 17 points as the Lancers (8-6, 5-6 Big Eight) beat the host Vikings (6-8, 4-7).

Julia Hartwig scored 27 points, but missed a last-second 3-point try that could have tied the score.

Madison La Follette 18 27 — 45

Janesville Parker 14 28 — 42

MADISON LA FOLLETTE — Eder 2 1-2 6, Ingersoll 1 0-1 2, Walker 0 1-2 1, Riale 7 3-8 17, Steele 3 1-2 7, Olson 4 2-2 12. Totals 14 8-17 45.

JANESVILLE PARKER — Benway 0 1-3 1, Graesslin 1 0-0 3, Hartwig 10 7-10 27, Shelton 1 1-2 3, Forrestal 2 3-3 8. Totals 12 12-18 42.

3-point goals — ML 3 (Olson 2, Eder 1), JP 2 (Graesslin 1, Forrestal 1). Total fouls — ML 16, JP 17.

Capitol North

Lodi 47, Poynette 32

Alana Gilles scored 16 points and Jaden Kolinski had 15 as the Blue Devils (8-4, 4-1 Capitol North) beat the host Pumas (6-8, 1-4).

Lodi held Poynette to just 12 second-half points. Mandy Wierzba had 13 points for the Pumas, and Lauryn Milne added 12 points for the Blue Devils.



Lakeside Lutheran 46, Lake Mills 31

Senior Kalies Birkholz scored 12 points and the host Warriors (9-6, 5-0 Capitol North Conference) beat the L-Cats (4-10, 1-4).

Freshman Taylor Roughen led Lake Mills with nine points.

Watertown Luther Prep 48, Columbus 41

Camella Kohl scored 15 points and Ally Goba had 11 as the host Phoenix (6-5, 3-2 Capitol North) defeated the Cardinals (3-11, 1-4).

Ashley Henry had 15 points for Columbus.

Capitol South

Marshall 67, New Glarus 51

Laura Nickel scored 22 points, including 16 in the second half, to lead the unbeaten Cardinals (15-0, 5-0 Capitol South) over the host Glarner Knights (7-9, 2-3).

Willow Lee tallied 18 points and Julia Barnaby had 14 for New Glarus.

Mia Morel added 17 points and Samira Arvin 10 for Marshall.

Belleville 62, Wisconsin Heights 50

The host Wildcats (11-5, 3-1) opened a 49-30 halftime lead and coasted past the Vanguards (6-10, 1-4).

Senior Kalin O’Rourke led four Belleville double-digit scorers with 14 points, and sophomore Jenna Shrader added 13. Karlee Adler scored 10 points for Heights.

Cambridge 59, Waterloo 40

Joriann Clary scored 24 points and Elyssa Stein had 19 points as the Blue Jays (12-3, 3-2 Capitol South) beat the host Pirates (5-10, 0-5).

Brittney Limoseth scored 12 points for Waterloo.

SWAL

Darlington 69, Mineral Point 51

Junior Kaylee Meyers scored 18 points to lead the Redbirds (10-4, 7-1 SWAL) over the host Pointers (11-4, 6-2).

Junior Kathleen Mathias added 16 points for Darlington.

Junior McKenna Reichling scored 15 points for Mineral Point.

Trailways South

Williams Bay 53, Johnson Creek 27

Leslie Olson tallied 16 points and Bella DeNotto had 11, as the Bulldogs (9-6, 5-2 Trailways South Conference) defeated the host Bluejays (1-13, 1-6).

Williams Bay outscored Johnson Creek by 20 points in the second half. Rylie Thomas scored 15 points for the Bluejays.

Orfordville Parkview 45, Madison Abundant Life/St. Ambrose 35

Amber Hudson scored 12 points as the host Vikings (7-8, 6-1 Trailways South) bested the Challengers (3-11, 2-5).

Kachi Iwuagwu and Addy Schmiesing each scored in double figures for Madison Abundant Life/St. Ambrose.

Palmyra-Eagle 37, Deerfield 34

Senior Lauren Stefanczyk scored nine points to help the host Panthers (11-5, 7-0 Trailways South) top the Demons (4-10, 3-4).

Senior Calli Schindler scored 18 points to lead Deerfield.

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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.