MONROE - Monroe senior guard Gwen Sutter didn't forget what a home court advantage feels like.Sutter and the Cheesemakers used a balanced offensive attack to cruise to a 60-32 win over Stoughton Tuesday night. It was Monroe's first home game since Dec. 4, a span, which included six road games."Home gyms are always fun to play in," Sutter said. "It feels good to play at home. We didn't have to go on the snowy roads on the bus."Monroe (9-0, 4-0 Badger South), ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press Division 2 state poll, scored seven consecutive points to start the first quarter.