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Game of the Week: Janesville Parker comes back to beat Middleton 52-50 in Girls Basketball

Published On: Dec 06 2012 09:40:11 PM CST
Updated On: Dec 07 2012 08:08:08 AM CST
Middleton, Wis. -

Our game of the week series returned for the winter season as the 6th ranked Janesville Parker girls basketball team traveled to Middleton Thursday night.

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In the 4th quarter Middleton's Darcy Dean makes a three to give the cardinals a 45-44 lead.

The Vikings Morgan McCollach banks in the game tying three with under a minute to go.

Then Pagie Smith scores a lay up late to seal the win. Parker wins 52-50.

Ashley Hartwig led Parker with 21 points.

Middleton led by as many as 9 points early but the Vikings battled back to win.

WISC-TV Sports director Jay Wilson called the game. and the entire Game of the week schedule is here.

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