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Black Hawk upends Argyle
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SOUTH WAYNE - Sophomore Conner Meyer scored 16 points to lead four players in double figures as the Black Hawk boys basketball team topped Argyle 65-23.

Junior Michael Flanagan added 12 points, junior C.J. Leuzinger chipped in 11 and senior Josh Meier had 10 for the Warriors (17-4, 8-3 Six Rivers East).

Meyer scored 12 points in the first half to help Black Hawk build a 36-12 advantage.

"It was our best overall defensive game of the year," Black Hawk coach Charlie Anderson said. "I'm happy we are playing like that while we are getting ready for playoffs."

Junior Brent Ritschard paced Argyle with nine points.

Juda 58,

Monticello 40

MONTICELLO - Junior Keagen Haffele score 23 points to power the Panthers to a win over the Ponies.

Senior Matt Schmitt added 15 points, and senior Joe Rackow scored all 11 of his points in the first half to help the Panthers build a 26-13 lead.

Monticello got 16 points from freshman Reece Rufer, nine points from senior Zach Price and seven points from junior Braden Gafner.

New Glarus 82, Marshall 67

MARSHALL - New Glarus stayed unbeaten in the Capitol South Conference running to a big win over Marshall.

New Glarus sophomore Zach Feller scored a team-high 27 points and knocked down seven 3-pointers. Sophomore Jaden Kreklow added 13 points and junior Cullen Brooks had 19 points.

New Glarus improves to 17-3, 10-0 Capitol South.

Barneveld 72, Pecatonica 48

BLANCHARDVILLE - Barneveld senior Matthew Myers scored a game-high 29 points and the Golden Eagles clinched an outright Six Rivers East Conference title with a win over rival Pecatonica.

It marked Barneveld's seventh straight win. Barneveld, ranked third in the Associated Press Division 5 state poll, moves to 19-2, 11-0 Six Rivers East.

Myers hit six 3-pointers to lead the Eagles. Barneveld's Mike Zouski added 19 points.

Senior A.J. Hendrickson scored a team-high 27 points for Pecatonica (16-5, 9-2). Jake Dearth pitched in 10 points and hit three 3-pointers.