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Belmont's third-quarter scoring burst sinks Juda
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JUDA- The non-conference game Tuesday between the Juda and Belmont girls basketball teams shaped up to be a showcase of two of the top players in Southern Wisconsin - Juda's Ellen Kiser and Belmont's Kailee Kamps. The score was tied 20-20 at halftime, But Belmont seized control by outscoring the Panthers 21-5 in the third quarter and held Kiser to 10 points below her average in a 44-37 win.Trailing 41-25 to start the fourth quarter, Juda (8-2) attempted a comeback by limiting the Braves to just three points but couldn't catch up. "We dug ourselves into too deep of a hole in the third quarter," said Juda coach Curt Brown.