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Juda tops Belmont in OT; NG slaughtered
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BELMONT - Junior C.J. Dundiddie went 4-4 at the free-throw line in overtime to help the Juda Panthers hold off the Belmont Braves, 55-53 in non-conference girls basketball Tuesday.

Juda held a 49-48 in regulation when the Panthers' Ellen Kiser committed her fifth foul with 1/10th of second remaining, putting the Braves to the free throw line for two shots. The Braves made one of two to send the game into overtime.

Senior Alycia Grenzow made a field goal and Dunwiddie added four free throws in the extra period to give the Panthers the win.

Kiser finished with 19 points before fouling out and Dunwiddie added 18 to lead Juda. Kailee Kamps of Belmont led all scorers with 25 points.

Juda (9-2, 2-1 Six Rivers East) will play another non-conference game Monday at Benton.

Lakeside Lutheran 77, New Glarus 45

NEW GLARUS - The New Glarus girls basketball team went 15 days since playing a game and their first game back was one to forget - a 77-45 loss Lakeside Lutheran Tuesday night.

"It's always tricky when you don't play a game over Christmas," New Glarus coach Megan Scheele said. "They (Lakeside Lutheran) were ready to go. I don't think we were as ready to go as they were. It was kind of a shock to us."

Lakeside Lutheran jumped out to a 19-11 lead after the first quarter and led by 16 points at halftime.

New Glarus senior Chelsea Holler scored 18 points to lead the Glarner Knights and junior Alycia Atwell had 16.

New Glarus (3-4, 0-2 Capitol South) shot just 8 of 21 from the free-throw line. The Knights travel to Wisconsin Heights on Friday.

Darlington 63, Dodgeville 42

DODGEVILLE - Junior Amy Jorgenson led four Darlington players in double figures in a 63-42 rout of the Dodgeville Dodgers Tuesday in a non-conference game.

Jorgenson scored 15 points for the Redbirds, who also got 12 points from senior Elizabeth Mathias. Sophomore Cassidy Chambers contributed 11 points and senior Carly McDonald added 10 points for the Redbirds.

Darlington (6-2, 3-0 SWAL) will get back into conference action Thursday at Riverdale.

Brodhead 55, Evansville 31

BRODHEAD - Sophomore Mariah Ahrens led a balanced attack by Brodhead with 13 points as the Cardinals rolled past the Evansville Blue Devils Tuesday, 55-31.

Freshmen Rachel Heller and Carly Mohns each scored 10 points while senior Mariah Mohns and sophomore Taylor Douglas contributed nine points each for the Cardinals. Brodhead took command with a 35-15 halftime lead and led by as many as 33 points in the second half.

Brodhead (4-5, 3-1 Rock Valley South) will return to conference action by hosting Palmyra-Eagle Friday.