HOLMEN — Sophomore Johnny Davis erupted for 35 points and 10 rebounds to help the Central High School boys basketball team run its winning streak to six games on Tuesday.
The Red Raiders (6-1, 1-0) played their first MVC game of the season and pulled away from the Vikings for a 78-54 victory.
Davis made 14 of 16 shots — including 2 of 3 attempts from the 3-point line — as his team shot 56.9 percent (33-for-58) and turned the ball over just seven times.
Holmen (1-4, 1-2) was within 39-30 after one half and led by Craig Newsome’s 17 points. Cameron Weber added 13.
The Red Raiders also received 18 points and 10 rebounds from sophomore Terrance Thompson and 10 points from Jordan Davis.
Onalaska 80, Aquinas 61
The Hilltoppers were led by Noah Skifton’s 22 points in a win over the Blugolds at the Reinhart Athletic Complex.
Carson Arenz added 14 points for Onalaska, which outscored Aquinas (4-2, 1-1) by 10 points in the second half. The Hilltoppers made six 3-pointers and received two each from Arenz and Landon Skemp.
The Blugolds were led by senior Conley Malone’s 19 points.
Logan 89, Sparta 45
Matthew Borsheim finished with a game-high 19 points and was one of five Rangers (3-2, 1-1) in double figures, who held a 55-15 lead at the break.
Bryce Edwards scored a team-high 11 points for Sparta (4-4, 0-3).
G-E-T 66, Westby 30
GALESVILLE — The Red Hawks cruised to their 32nd consecutive conference win behind 27 points from senior Chris Thompson.
Thompson scored 23 points in the first half as G-E-T (4-0, 4-0) built a 43-13 halftime lead. Eleven players scored for the Red Hawks.
Melrose-Mindoro 56, C-FC 45
FOUNTAIN CITY, Wis. — Drew Blaken scored 17 points, and teammates Connor Christopherson, Brett Gerdes, Andrew Scafe and Andrew Antony all added nine as the Mustangs (5-0, 5-0) remained unbeaten.
Caledonia 82, L-A 61
LEWISTON, Minn. — Sophomore Noah King scored 21 points for the Warriors (5-0, 3-0), who pulled away from a close game. Owen King added 13 points and Marten Morem 10 for Caledonia.
Brookwood 88, Coulee Christian 85 (2 OT)
WEST SALEM — Jesse Miller sent the game into overtime on a jumper at the buzzer, before Jordan Wilkins made a shot to send it into double overtime for the Eagles (4-6), but the Falcons were able to prevail with some good free-throw shooting down the stretch.
Miller finished with a team-high 33 points, but was matched by Brookwood’s Robert Cunitz who scored a game-high 39 for the Falcons (6-1).
Holmen 59, Central 49
Seniors Brooklyn Paulson, Caitlin Young, Kendra Leis combined for 49 points to help lead the Vikings on the road.
Paulson finished with a game-high 19, while Young scored 17, and Leis tallied 13. Rachel Peterson’s 13 points led Central.
Bangor 72, Royall 36
BANGOR — Emma Wittmershaus and Alea Fortier combined for 36 points to keep the Cardinals (6-2, 4-0) unbeaten in the conference.
Wittmershaus and Fortier, who tallied six 3-pointers, each scored 18 points. Teammate Jaclynn Freit (13) also finished in double figures.
Emily Olson (14) and Mckenzie Baseman (13) led the Panthers (1-5, 1-4).
Tomah 71, Mauston 26
TOMAH — The Timberwolves (8-1) had 10 different players net a basket and were led by Madison Lindauer’s game-high 21 points and Madisyn Brey’s 14.
Aquinas co-op 9, Black River Falls co-op 5
ONALASKA — The Avalanche (7-1) netted a trio of goals in each period to lead the Tigers (6-6) for the entirety of the game.
Hunter Schultz recorded a hat trick for the Avalanche with one goal in the first period and two in the second. Gavin Voves recorded a pair of goals along with two assists.
Jack Coleman recorded 18 saves for Aquinas, while Lance Muir Jr. finished with 30 for the Panthers.
Onalaska 11, La Crescent 0
LA CRESCENT — Carter Stobb tallied four goals as the Hilltoppers (7-2) shut out the Lancers (2-5).
Boris Kacer added a hat trick, and CJ Ness netted two goals and tacked on three assists for Onalaska, which recorded four goals in the second and third period.
La Crosse co-op 9, Sparta 1
Will Bryant netted four goals while Jake Ziegelbein recorded a hat trick to help the Red Rangers (3-4-1, 1-1-1) cruise past Sparta.
Jack Steinhoff tallied the lone goal for the Spartans.