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Monticello wins share of Six Rivers East title
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MONTICELLO - The Ponies clinched a share of the Six Rivers East title with Barneveld by beating Pecatonica 51-44 Friday.

Tyler Ritschard led the way for Monticello with 16 points. Michael Elzen had 12 and Lukas Kolasch and Tyler Meier each added eight.

Jason Meudt led the Vikings with 17 points and Jeremy Meudt had 11.

Monticello led 12-8 after the first quarter and 27-22 at the half. Pecatonica made it a two-point ball game headed into the fourth before Monticello pulled away.

Juda 45, Black Hawk 39

JUDA - The Panthers ended their regular season with a positive win. Joey Jordan scored 21 points and Dylan Bauman hit three big first-half 3-pointers to lead Juda.

T.J. Adams scored 19 points to keep Black Hawk in the game, but the damage was done early.

Juda made a 9-7 first quarter lead into a 21-14 advantage at halftime. The Panthers hit 14 of 21 free throws in the game, sealing the win.

Barneveld 71, Albany 46

BARNEVELD - Bryce Hulbert scored 22 points for the Comets, but the Eagles had conference title aspirations on their minds.

Albany trailed by just a point after the first quarter, 15-14, but a 21-11 second quarter run put Barneveld up for good.

Eleven players scored for the Eagles, three of which were in double-figures.

Brodhead 66, Palmyra-Eagle 47

PALMYRA - The Cardinals got out to a quick start and cruised.

Brodhead grabbed a 17-8 lead after the first quarter and led 33-23 at halftime.

J.J. Panoske scored 36 points and Nick Jacobson added 10 to lead the Cardinals.

New Glarus 72, Lake Mills 60

LAKE MILLS - Ryan Bright scored 26 points and hit four 3-pointers and Nick Stuessy added 17 points as the Knights picked up a big road win before the start of playoffs.

New Glarus led 20-14 after the first quarter and 33-28 at halftime. A 21-7 outburst in the third put the Knights up for good.

Cameron Jeglum scored 10 and Tyler Kreklow had nine as nine different Knights scored in the game.