Junior Marissa Robson scored 17 of her 21 points in the second half to help host Stoughton extend its winning streak to 18 games with a 64-59 victory over Verona (18-3) in a non-conference girls basketball game Monday night.
After trailing by five points at halftime, the Vikings forced the ball into the paint in the second half and created quality scoring chances to build a lead.
"We handled their pressure a little bit better in the second half," Stoughton head coach Brad Pickett said. "We were able to work inside on offense and got some pretty good looks that went in."
Senior Hannah Hobson had 13 points and junior Payton Kahl added 12 points for Stoughton.
Junior Alex Luehring scored 17 points to lead the Wildcats, which fell for the first time since a 61-60 loss to Madison Edgewood on Dec. 21.