With just four conference games left in the season
three M-V-C teams are separated by half a game.
Holmen and Central begin the night tied for 1-st.
Aquinas ...half a game behind them.
Both Holmen and Central in action ...
Vikings 7-th in the A-P poll .
at 4-and-11 Onalaska .
but this is why they play the games ...
Tight one in the fourth quarter...
Ona's Tyler Hughes drives to the baseline...
He pulls up for the jumper, collecting two of his
team high 23 ...
Hilltoppers within one 48-47.
Back down the floor comes Holmen.
Vikings' Griffin Johnson can't connect...
But Greg Rooney there for the putback...
Holmen leads 50-47.
Ona would hit six straight free throws...
Including four of Jalen Zubich's 20 points
To give the Hilltoppers a 53-50 lead.
Upset alert .
Holmen trying to rally ...
From under the hoop...
Holmen's Joe Hudson lays it in ...
Vikings trail by one.
And Ona pulls away from there...
Connor Gavin can't find anyone to pass to...
So he hits the long two...
A huge upset .
Onalaska beats Holmen 72-65!
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Meanwhile tonight .
Central pulls away in the 2-nd half at Tomah to win
So the Red Raiders move into 1-st in the M-V-C.
Central hosts Sparta .
Holmen hosts Logan and Aquinas heads to Tomah.
Central girls receiving votes in today's A-P poll
Red Raiders hosting Tomah.
Low scoring game .
just 21-11 at the half .
3-rd quarter .
check out Brittany Baldwin with the patience underneath
Brooke Baldwin to Katlyn Roesch for three!
Tomah still not out of it.
Mikayla Richards sends it to Danielle Ducklow .
a hole in one for her!
But Central gives up just seven in the 2-nd half and
Logan looking to move above five hundred overall as
they take on Menomonie.
No defender on Logan's Rachel Rank...
So she drains the three from up top.
Rangers up two.
And Logan goes on to win 43-36.
A Logan athlete will compete on the division one stage.
Bailey Oettel will run cross country at South Dakota.
The Rangers senior
Signs her national letter of intent today.
The Coyotes are one of the top cross country programs
in the Summit League.
She chose South Dakota over Drake and Wartburg.
Their program is really good.
I really like the coach and the team.
They were really welcoming and just knowing I'd be
able to go and run my freshman year was definitely
a big reason.