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Basketball roundup: McFarland gets past Edgerton

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Gazette staff
Tuesday, November 21, 2017

McFarland improved to 3-0 on the season with a 67-43 win over visiting Edgerton in Rock Valley Conference girls basketball action Tuesday night.

The Spartans are 2-0 in the Rock Valley.

Jessica Danks scored 16 points, and Bethany Oren added 14 for the Crimson Tide. Edgerton is 1-2 overall and 0-2 in RVC play.

MCFARLAND 67, EDGERTON 43

Edgerton (43)—Oren, 6-1-14; Stamm, 1-0-3; Demrow, 1-0-2; Shaw, 0-2-2; J. Danks, 6-1-16; Cleveland 2-0-6. Totals: 16-4-43.

Edgerton 17 26—43

McFarland 35 32—67

Three-point goals—Edgerton 7 (Oren, Stamm, Danks 3, Cleveland 2). Free throws missed—Edgerton 13, McFarland 9. Total fouls—Edgerton 16, McFarland 15.

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Big Foot 69, East Troy 38—East Troy was defeated at the hands of Big Foot in a Rock Valley duel Tuesday night. Payton Courier led all scorers with 17 points on the night.

Erin Rice led East Troy with 9 points.

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Whitewater 51, Turner 43—Allison Heckert scored 21 points and the Whippets won at Turner.

Carson Nitz scored 16 points to lead the Trojans. Ally Bosetti and Elise Metzger each added 10.

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Clinton 58, Brodhead 48—Addy Ciochon scored 17 points and Payton Seeverson and Molly Kemp each added 10 to lead Clinton past Brodhead.

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Milton 46, Fort Atkinson 13—Chloe Buescher scored 14 points and Kailey Harbort added 11 to lead Milton past visiting Fort Atkinson. The Red Hawks are 2-0 overall.

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Evansville knocked off Barneveld 60-58 in a conference game Tuesday night.

Sulley Geske led the Blue Devils with 18 points. Zach Mielke had a good night for Evansville as well, shooting 3-for-4 from the line to help him to 13 points. Eight of those points came in a pivotal second half.

Kauy Fargo had a game high 23 points for the visiting Golden Eagles, including nine in the first half that led to Barneveld leading 29-25 at halftime before Evansville mounted the comeback to win the game.

The Blue Devils host Oregon on Friday.



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