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Monday's prep report

Monday's prep report



WILTON 76, COLUMBUS COMMUNITY 30: The Beavers led 20-4 after one quarter and cruised to earn the win Monday night in Wilton.

Four Beavers (13-7) scored in double figures and nine players scored at least one point. Javin Drake and Matt Paustian each scored 15 points to pace Wilton, while Zach Randolph added 14 points and Jon Henessee 11.

"We came out focused and were able to get into a nice rhythm on both ends of the floor and really sustained a nice effort from start to finish," Wilton boys basketball coach Mark Patterson said. "It was good to get production up and down the lineup tonight."



COLUMBUS COMMUNITY 66, WILTON 56: The Beavers built a 10-point first-quarter lead only to see the Wildcats answer with a 21-8 advantage in the second stanza to take a three-point halftime advantage they held on to win Monday night in Wilton.

Shania Boyd scored 20 points and Bailey Stroud added 17 to lead Columbus (8-14), which also got eight points apiece from Sarah Todd and Maki Mendenhall. Wilton (4-17) was led by Aubrey Putman's 16 points, with Emily Lange adding 14 points and Kortney Drake 11.


DURANT 3RD, L-M 4TH AT QUAD: The Wildcats rolled 2,675 pins to finish third at the Falcon's quad Monday the Rose Bowl, with L-M finishing fourth with 2,349 pins.

Camanche won with 2,742 pins and Washington was second wtih 2,730.

The Wildcats were led by Noah Cawiezel's 437 two-game series, while Colin Weih added a 381 series and Drake Jehle a 372. L-M was led by Brock Hahn's 451 (215-236) series, while Marcus Draves rolled 439 pins and Brandon Olson 411.


L-M 2ND AT HOME QUAD: The Falcons rolled 2,699 pins to finish runner-up to Camanche, who won with 2,870 pins at the Rose Bowl on Monday.

Hayley Anderson rolled a 397 series to lead the Falcons, while Madisyn Martin added a 389 series and Minnie Heredia a 373.

Durant's Baker series wasn't recorded, so a team score was unavailable for the Wildcats girls, who were led by Jada Rock's 262 series and Chloe Hagan's 252.

—Staff reports


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