Big second-half comeback lifts Madison Memorial girls basketball team past Janesville Craig

February 14, 2018 GMT

Junior Alyana Enemouh made a go-ahead, 3-pointer with two minutes to play Tuesday night, capping a late comeback that gave the Madison Memorial girls basketball team a 60-58 victory over host Janesville Craig in Big Eight Conference play.

The Spartans (11-9, 10-6) overcame a 13-point halftime deficit to beat the Cougars (9-11, 6-10).

Sophomore Leilani Kapinus totaled 18 points and Enemouh had 12 for Memorial.

Sophomore Cassie Goswick scored 11 points for Craig.

Janesville Parker 68, Beloit Memorial 36

Junior Julia Hartwig scored 10 of her 17 points as the host Vikings (8-12, 6-10 Big Ten) used a 14-2 run midway through the first half to take control against the Purple Knights (2-18, 0-16).


Senior Aniah Williams had 15 points for Beloit.

Belleville 76, Waterloo 70

Rachael Heittola scored 24 points and Kalin O’Rourke had 16 as the visiting Wildcats (13-9, 5-5 Capitol South) beat the Pirates (7-14, 1-9).

Katie Kuhl totaled 19 points for Waterloo.

New Glarus 56, Wisconsin Heights 50

Senior Willow Lee scored 13 points and senior Julia Barnaby had 12 points to lift the host Glarner Knights (10-12, 4-6 Capitol South) past the Vanguards (8-13, 3-7).

Heights sophomore Ashlee Adler scored 21 points.

Prairie du Chien 30, River Valley 26

Gabby Richie scored 12 points as visiting Prairie du Chien (10-10, 4-5 Southwest Wisconsin) defeated River Valley (4-17, 1-8).

Barneveld 55, Argyle 53

Senior Taryn Pickarts scored 23 points to help the Golden Eagles (11-10, 8-3 Six Rivers East) outlast the host Orioles (15-5, 9-3) to move into a tie for second place (in the loss column).

Junior Alysabeth Lantz led Argyle with 20 points.

Jefferson 63, McFarland 50

Senior Parker Fetherston had 18 points to lead the Division 2 10th-ranked Eagles (20-1, 16-1 Rock Valley) past the visiting Spartans (12-9, 11-6).

Olivia Ganser and Jackie Luengas each scored 14 points for Jefferson. Gabi Runde had 17 points for McFarland.

Edgerton 50, Clinton 47

Bethany Oren scored 22 points as the visiting Crimson Tide (7-14, 5-12 Rock Valley) defeated the Cougars (9-12, 7-10).

Brodhead 62, Evansville 56

Erin Nyhus had 27 points and became Brodhead’s all-time leading scorer with 1,434 points as the host Cardinals (9-11, 6-10 Rock Valley) defeated the Blue Devils (6-15, 4-13).

Reedsburg 81, Wisconsin Rapids 53

Senior Brooklyn Schyvinck scored 24 points and set the single-season Reedsburg scoring record with 375 points as the visiting Beavers (17-4) defeated the Red Raiders (6-15).


Junior Julia Korklewski notched 17 points and junior Ava Douglas contributed 16 for Reedsburg.

Junior Kayla Huglen tallied 15 points and junior Maddie Paitel added 14 for Rapids.

Platteville 47, Mount Horeb 23

Josie Nies and Sami Martin each scored nine points as the visiting Hillmen (17-4), ranked 10th in Division 3, pulled away in the second half to beat the Vikings (3-18).

Wisconsin Dells 60, Lake Mills 33

Jenna Mace scored 27 points, making three 3-pointers, and Katelyn Meister added 11 as the host Chiefs (20-1) defeated the L-Cats (4-16).

Julianna Wagner scored seven points for Lake Mills.

Columbus 49, Elkhorn 37

Erica Patrick and Carlie Brunell each scored 10 points to help the host Cardinals (6-15) defeat the Elks (9-12).

Haley Remington had 15 points for Elkhorn.

Plainfield Tri-County 65, Pardeeville 44

Amber Baehman scored 19 points and Brooke Hopkins added 16 as the visiting Penguins (20-1), ranked seventh in Division 5, built a 20-point halftime lead and cruised past the Bulldogs (10-11).

Rio 54, Deerfield 28

Jordyn Hutzler had 22 points and 14 rebounds to lead the host Vikings (14-7) over the Demons (7-14).