Stoughton clinches share of Badger South Conference championship

Stoughton clinches share of Badger South Conference championship

Stoughton boys basketball made history Tuesday night at Monona Grove High School. They defeated the Silver Eagles 42-32 and clinched a share of the Badger South Conference championship for the fourth year in a row. 

It’s the first time the Vikings have ever won at least a share of the conference championship four straight years. 

Monona Grove actually got off to a good start as Peyton Mueller’s first quarter three gave the Silver Eagles a 7-2 lead. From there, it was all Vikings. 

In the second quarter, Nick McGlynn made acrobatic shot in the paint to give the Vikings an 11-7 lead. 

In the 3rd quarter, Stoughton pulled away. Brady Brusegar hit a three to push the Vikings lead to 15 as Stoughton’s 1-3-1 zone defense held Monona Grove to just 32 points. 

McGlynn led the Vikings with 19 points. 

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