Prep Scoreboard – Tuesday – 12/20/22

Tuesday, December 20th

Boys Basketball

DeForest 67 Beaver Dam 54

-BD: Kaleb Schmuhl 21, Jack Jens 11, JT Kaul 10

-D: Brody Hartig 19

Columbus 41 Laconia 37

-C: Nathan Cotter 22, AJ Uttech 16, Jaymeson Sullivan 11

-L: Jaeden Grade 21 Cash Farrell 16

Waunakee 79 Watertown 39

Girls Basketball

DeForest 46 Watertown 40

-D: Rylan Oberg 14

-W: Ellie Demet 16, Alyx Johnson 11

Waupun 55 Kewaskum 41

-W: Kayl Petersen 21, Lydia Aalsma 11

-K: M. Dogs 21

Dodgeland 44 Valley Christian 32

-D: Mallory Kohn 18 pts, 12 rebs, Madee Peplinski 10 points, Emma Carpenter 17 rebounds

Amherst 44 Markesan 32

-A: S. Spadoni 20

-M: Dani Graff 22

Oakfield 82 Chesterton Academy 15

Lomira 53 Mayville 37

-L: Emily Driekosen 16, Savanna Frea 12

-M: Kaylee Nowak 19

Boys Hockey

Cedarburg 3 Beaver Dam 2 – 2OT

-BD Goals: Alex Woods and Evan Burchardt

-BD Saves Zach Schave 42

Fond du Lac 3 Waupun 0

Girls Hockey

Icebergs 2 Beaver Dam 1

-BD Goal: Cara Sanders

-BD Assist: Ali Stanul

-BD Saves: Emily Smedema 17

“This was a good rebound from our loss over the weekend to Brookfield.  Tuesday night’s game against Stoughton was a hard fought contest that we controlled in most aspects of the game except the scoreboard.  We felt going in that this should be a pretty competitive game – one where we felt we could prevail in the end.  Stoughton’s experience level is similar to ours; and, as we are, they are particularly strong in net.  With the strength of both goalies on the ice we expected this to be a low scoring affair.  We felt we needed to get at least 20 shots on net; and not give up any more than that.  We accomplished both of those – and, in fact, got 40 shots on net.  Unfortunately, we came up just short on the scoreboard.  We gave up a goal late in the 1st period on a power play – Stoughton took advantage of the man advantage.  We came back early in the 2nd period when Cara Sanders tucked the puck in from behind the net after a gutsy effort from Ali Sanders who got the puck to Cara after getting knocked to the ice.  Going into the 3rd period tied 1-1, and having put 26 shots on net already we had reason to be optimistic.  Unfortunately, Stougton took advantage of a defensive breakdown and took the lead back early in the 3rd period.  We kept the pressure on the rest of the way; pulled our goalie with about 2:30 left – had some great scoring opportunities but couldn’t get the tying goal past the Stoughton goalie.  We will get over the hump — we are making progress.” – BD Co-head coach Paul Uttech

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