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RVC girls hoops: Whitewater earns title share in North

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Gazette staff
Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Whitewater’s girls basketball team clinched at least a share of another Rock Valley North Conference title Tuesday night.

Myriama Smith-Traore scored 22 points to lead five players in double figures, and the Whippets—ranked No. 1 in the state in Division 3—topped host Evansville 77-39.

Whitewater has won 18 straight games since a season-opening loss and is 14-0 in league play. McFarland is 12-2 with two games to play.

Miranda Reynolds scored 16 points for the Whippets, who also got 10 apiece from Whitney Treder, Rebekah Schumacher and Ali Ketterhagen.

Paige Banks scored 11 points for Evansville.

WHITEWATER 77, EVANSVILLE 39

Whitewater (77)—Treder 3-3-10, Weaver 1-0-2, Heckert 2-2-7, Schumacher 3-4-10, Ketterhagen 4-2-10, Reynolds 7-1-16, Smith-Traore 9-4-22. Totals: 29-16-77.

Evansville (39)—Pecham 1-0-2, Sam Eftemoff 3-0-7, Rosonke 2-2-6, Wagner 4-0-9, Gober 1-0-2, Tiedt 1-0-2, Banks 2-6-11. Totals: 14-8-39.

Whitewater 40 37—77

Evansville 17 22—39

Three-point goals—W 3 (Treder, Heckert, Reynolds), E 3 (Eftemoff, Wagner, Banks). Free throws missed—W 14, E 12. Total fouls—W 19, E 23. Fouled out—Reynolds.

•  Edgerton 45, East Troy 36—Bethany Oren and Jessica Danks each scored 13 points and the visiting Crimson Tide used a big first half to win an RVC North game.

Edgerton led 29-12 at halftime.

Erin Rice scored a dozen points to lead the Trojans.

EDGERTON 45, EAST TROY 36

Edgerton (45)—A.Oren 3-1-8, B.Oren 5-3-13, Schmidt 3-3-10, Fox 0-1-1, Danks 5-1-13. Totals: 16-9-45.

East Troy (36)—Rice 4-3-12, Linpow 4-1-11, Rosin 4-0-11, O’Connell 1-0-2. Totals: 13-4-36.

Edgerton 29 16—45

East Troy 12 24—36

Three point goals—Edgerton 4 (Danks 2, Schmidt, A.Oren), East Troy 6 (Rosin 3, Linpow 2, Rice). Free throws missed—Edgerton 17, East Troy 3. Total fouls—Edgerton 9, East Troy 18.

•  McFarland 68, Jefferson 56—Annalise DeMuth scored 23 points to help the Spartans keep Whitewater from clinching an outright title for at least one more game.

MCFARLAND 68, JEFFERSON 56

Jefferson (56)—Burns 1-0-2, Fetherston 3-2-10, Ganser 1-5-7, Luengas 2-0-6, Morrison 10-2-25, Truman 3-0-6. Totals: 20-9-56.

McFarland (68)—DeMuth 7-8-23, Lonigro 3-0-7, East 3-0-7, Quelle 1-0-2, Rounds 6-2-16, Runde 2-2-7, Zahn 2-0-6. Totals: 24-12-68.

Jefferson 29 27—56

McFarland 36 32—68

Three-point goals—M 8 (Rounds 2, Zahn 2, DeMuth, East, Lonigro, Runde), J 7 (Morrison 3, Fetherston 2, Luengas 2). Free throws missed—J 9, M 5. Total fouls—J 16, M 15.

•  Brodhead 70, Turner 56—Erin Nyhus scored 23 points and the host Cardinals scored 45 in the second half to pull away for an RVC South victory.

Brooke Bescup added 17 points for the Cardinals (7-7 RVC South, 8-11 overall).

Carsen Nitz and Kenzie Krizmanich scored 17 apiece for the Trojans (5-9, 10-10).

BRODHEAD 70, TURNER 56

Turner (56)—Bosetti 2-2-6, Krizmanich 7-3-17, Leeder 1-0-2, Nitz 5-7-17, Metzger 1-0-2, Wash 1-1-3, Lauterbach 2-5-9. Totals: 19-18-56.

Brodhead (70)—Nyhus 5-10-23, Bescup 3-11-17, Rosheisen 2-0-5, Hazeltine 1-0-2, Tresemer 0-4-4, Oliver 4-1-11, Cook 3-2-8. Totals: 18-28-70.

Turner 19 37—56

Brodhead 25 45—70

Three-point goals—B 6 (Nyhus 3, Rosheisen 1, Oliver 2). Free throws missed—T 12, B 8. Total fouls—T 26, B 23.

•  Palmyra-Eagle 53, Parkview 40—The host Panthers built a 22-14 lead by halftime and extended the advantage from there.

No full box score was reported.

 



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