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Juda tops Argyle; BH halts Pec
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JUDA - Senior Heather Boeke and sophomore Ellen Kiser combined for 30 points in leading the Panthers past the Orioles in Six Rivers East Conference game Tuesday, 39-16.

Boeke and Kiser each scored 15 points to help Juda even their record at 9-9 overall (3-6 Six Rivers East).

Senior Jackie Dammen topped the Orioles with eight points.

Argyle (2-14, 0-9 Six Rivers East) will host Barneveld while Monticello travels to Albany Friday.

Black Hawk 58, Pecatonica 33

SOUTH WAYNE - The Black Hawk Warriors have been making a habit out of stopping top teams and top players all season. They did it again Tuesday night. The Warriors held UW-Milwaukee recruit Kimee Chandler to two points in a win over the Pecatonica Vikings.

"She is such a great player and it was a good team effort to keep her from going crazy on us," said Black Hawk head coach Mike Flanagan. "Rachel Rygh guarded her, and, although it was a team effort and she didn't do it alone, she did a heck of a job."

Senior Kim Wellnitz paced the Warriors with 18 points while senior Katie Place scored 15 points and hauled in 17 rebounds, including eight offensive boards.

Black Hawk, ranked fifth in the latest Associated Press Division 4 Girls Poll and fourth in the Coaches Poll, remains undefeated in the Six Rivers East at 10-0 and improves to 17-1 overall.

Pecatonica was led in scoring by junior Alisha Esselstein with 16 points.

The Vikings (8-10, 4-6 Six Rivers East) will host Monticello Friday.

Black Hawk will travel to Patch Grove Monday for a non-conference game against River Ridge of the Six Rivers West.

Wis. Heights 70,

New Glarus 56

NEW GLARUS - The Glarner Knights took a 19-17 first-quarter lead, but the Vanguards grabbed a 35-30 lead at halftime and took control in the third quarter to defeat New Glarus in a Capitol South conference game Tuesday.

Senior Michelle Preston drilled four 3-pointers and finished with 16 points for the Knights (6-11, 4-4 Capitol South).

New Glarus travels to Waterloo for another Capitol South conference game Friday.