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Girls basketball roundup: Area season tips off

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Gazette staff
Wednesday, November 15, 2017

The offense for the Brodhead girls basketball team appeared to be in midseason form from tipoff Tuesday night.

The Cardinals scored 36 first-half points on the way to a 55-38 nonconference victory over visiting Monticello.

Brodhead led 36-8 at halftime.

The Cardinals were led by senior guard Erin Nyhus, who scored 15 points, while Brooke Bescup added nine.

Brodhead hosts Big Foot to open Rock Valley Conference play on Friday night.

BRODHEAD 55, MONTICELLO 38

Monticello (38)—Noriega 4-1-11; Errthum 2-4-8; Zanow 2-0-6; Wicker 2-0-4; BroKopp 1-2-4; Pence 1-1-3; Siegenthaler 1-0-2. Totals: 13-8-38.

Brodhead (55)—Nyhus 6-0-15; Bescup 3-3-9; Purdue 2-2-6; Kleeman 2-0-6; Lawrence 3-0-6; Oliver 1-2-5; Tresemer 1-2-4; Tresemer 1-0-2; Pryce 1-0-2. Totals: 20-9-55.

Monticello 8 30—38

Brodhead 36 19—55

Three point goals—Brodhead 6 (Nyhus 3, Kleeman/Oliver 2), Monticello 4 (Noriega/Zanow 2). Free throws missed—Brodhead 8, Monticello 6. Fouls—Brodhead 18, Monticello 17.

• Elkhorn 42, Palmyra-Eagle 29Haley Remington, Hannah Koss, and Payton Christianson scored nine points apiece to lead the host Elks past the Panthers.

The trio combined to make nine free throws and four 3-pointers for Elkhorn (1-0), which hosts Williams Bay in another nonconference game Thursday.

Guard Blair Webber led the visitors with nine points, all in the first half.

ELKHORN 42, PALMYRA-EAGLE 29

Palmyra-Eagle (29)—Hammond 2-0-4, Webber 4-1-9, Lean 2-0-4, Mason 2-0-4, Jrolf 1-3-5, Stefanczyk 1-1-3. Totals: 12-5-29.

Elkhorn (42)—Rand 1-0-3, Remington 3-2-9, Christensen 2-4-9, Ehrhardt 1-1-3, Trombley 1-3-5, Ivey 2-0-4, Koss 2-3-9. Totals: 12-13-42

Palmyra-Eagle 17 12—29

Elkhorn 25 17—42

Three-point goals—Elkhorn 5 (Koss 2, Rand 1, Remington 1, Christensen 1), PE 0. Free throws missed—Edgerton 9, PE 8. Total fouls—PE 20, E 15.

• Edgerton 65, Country Day 18—The visiting Crimson Tide scored 42 first-half points and coasted to a season-opening win.

Senior Bethany Oren scored 24 points to lead Edgerton (1-0), which led by 32 at halftime and did not allow the Prairie Hawks to shoot a free throw.

“We jumped on them pretty good early,” Edgerton head coach Mike Schmidt said. “It's a good way to get our feet wet.”

Edgerton's Jessica Danks scored 15 points and Spencer Stamm added nine, including two 3-pointers, in the rout.

EDGERTON 65, COUNTRY DAY 18

Edgerton (65)—B. Oren 10-4-24, Stamm 3-1-9, Demrow 1-0-2, Shaw 1-0-2, C. Danks 3-1-7, J. Danks 6-2-15, Cleveland 1-0-2, Radtke 2-0-4. Totals: 27-8-65

Country Day (18)—Mall 1-0-2, Singer 4-0-10, Lauten 2-0-6. Totals: 7-0-18

Edgerton 42 23—65

Madison Country Day 10 8—18

Three-point goals—MCD 4 (Singer 2, Lauten 2), Edgerton 3 (Stam 2, J. Danks 1). Free throws missed—Edgerton 8, MCD 0. Total fouls—MCD 15, Edgerton 5

• Oregon 67, Evansville 46—The host Panthers dominated the 3-point line to down the Blue Devils.

Oregon nailed six shots from 3-point range while keeping Evansville from making a single 3-pointer.

Paige Banks recorded 15 points to lead all Evansville players.

OREGON 67, EVANSVILLE 46

Evansville (46)—Rinehart 5-0-10, Sendlebach 1-0-2, Eftemoff 3-5-11, Wagner 4-0-8, Banks 4-7-15. Totals: 17-12-46.

Oregon (67)—Eisele 1-0-3, Peterson 3-0-7, Statz 1-1-3, Spilde 1-0-2, Schrimpf 3-0-6, Goltz 1-2-4, Uhl 8-0-19, Roberts 1-0-2, McCorkle 8-4-21. Totals 27-7-67.

Evansville 27 19—46

Oregon 31 36—67

Three point goals—Oregon 6 (Uhl 3, McCorkle/Eisele/Peterson 1), Evansville 0. Free throws missed—Evansville 12, Oregon 8. Total fouls—Oregon 20, Evansville 15.

• Marshall 91, Whitewater 50The visiting Whippets struggled defensively, losing a season-opener to Marshall for the second straight season.

Whitewater gave up 10 3-pointers.

“It was an extremely disappointing start,” Whippets head coach Judy Harms said in an email. “Obviously we have a lot of work to do in the next two days in preparation for our conference opener this Friday.”

Marshall's Rainn Held had a game high 19 points. Abby Grosinske led Whitewater with 15.

The Whippets host Jefferson Friday in their Rock Valley Conference opener.

MARSHALL 91, WHITEWATER 50

Whitewater (50)—Heckert 2-1-5, DuClos 2-1-5, Grosinske 6-3-15, Reynolds 3-2-8, Carollo 1-1-3, Henneman 2-2-6, Laue 3-2-8. Totals 19-12-50.

Marshall (91)—Held 7-0-19, Morel 5-1-13, Huettner 4-0-11, Nickel 3-2-9, Morel 4-0-8, Driscoll 3-0-6, Lutz 3-0-6, Zimmerman 2-0-5, Andrews 0-1-1. Totals: 37-7-91.

Whitewater 30 20—50

Marshall 58 33—91

Three point goals—Marshall 10, Whitewater 0. Free throws missed—Marshall 4, Whitewater 19. Fouls—Marshall 22, Whitewater 13.

•Albany 50, Parkview 38No report.



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