In front of a packed-in fieldhouse on Youth Night in Oregon, the host Panthers put on a dazzling show from beyond the arc.
Oregon rushed out to a 41-21 halftime lead and held on for a 20-point victory over Monroe to avenge their only Badger South Conference loss of the season on Saturday night.
Six different players hit three-point shots, and six different players scored at least eight points, as Oregon stayed atop the Badger South by improving to 9-1 in league play with the victory.
Liz Uhl led the Panthers with 16 points, while Kaitlyn Schrimpf scored 14, Carleigh Roberts knocked in 12, and Emily Statz added 11.
Monroe committed seven first-half turnovers and saw plenty of open looks, but couldn't get the shots to fall on Saturday night. Megan Benzschawel scored 13 of her game-high 21 points in the second half, while Grace Tostrud had 17, but it wasn't enough to pull the Cheesemakers any closer than 18 points in the second half.
Monroe heads to Edgewood on Tuesday, while Oregon will play against rival Stoughton the same night.
OREGON: Liz Uhl 16, Kaitlyn Schrimpf 14, Carleigh Roberts 12, Emily Statz 11, Izzie Peterson 8, Megan Bloyer 8, Emily Mortenson 3, Ellie Koopman 3, Jaelyn Nedelcoff 2
MONROE: Megan Benzschawel 21, Grace Tostrud 17, Grace Mathiason 6, Kayleigh Nesbitt 5, Taylor Jacobson 2, Laurel Houston 2, Chloe Bunker 2, Sydney Updike 1, Emma Towne 1