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Parkview girls settle score with Evansville

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Gazette Staff
December 5, 2007

ROCK VALLEY


GIRLS BASKETBALL



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Clinton 1 0


Edgerton 1 0


Orfordville Parkview 1 0


Walworth Big Foot 1 0


Beloit Turner 0 1


Brodhead 0 1


Evansville 0 1


Palmyra-Eagle 0 1


RESULTS TUESDAY


Big Foot 51, Brodhead 47


Parkview 62, Evansville 44


Edgerton 59, Turner 27


Clinton 68, Palmyra-Eagle 52


GAMES FRIDAY


Parkview at Big Foot


Edgerton at Evansville


Brodhead at Clinton


Palmyra-Eagle at Turner


Orfordville Parkview High School sent out the first signal of change Tuesday in Rock Valley girls basketball.


The Vikings rolled to a 62-44 victory over defending champion Evansville in a conference opener to end a five-year losing streak against the Blue Devils. It was Parkview’s first win over Evansville since the Vikings shared the 2002 title with Brodhead, Clinton and Evansville.


Parkview trailed 12-11 after the first quarter, but had 10 players score in the second period for a 21-17 advantage en route to a 32-29 halftime lead. The host Vikings led the rest of the way.


Parkview’s Jenna Larsen scored 10 of 15 points in the third quarter.


The Vikings finished off the Blue Devils with a 19-9 fourth quarter. Sabrina Suiter scored 11 of her 13 points to spark Parkview.


Evansville’s Callie Reese scored 10 points.


PARKVIEW 62, EVANSVILLE 44


Evansville (44)—Porter, 1-0-3; Petterson, 2-2-6; McIntyre, 3-3-9; Reese, 3-4-10; Kopp,. 3-0-8; Klitzman, 1-0-2; Bisch, 1-0-2; Arnold, 1-2-4. Totals: 15-11-44.


Parkview (62)—M. Danielson, 2-0-5; Neal, 1-2-4; Drake, 0-11-; Suiter, 5-1-13; Larsen, 4-7-15; K. Danielsen, 2-0-4; Aasen, 1-2-4; Draeving, 1-0-2; Koch, 2-1-5. Oldenburg, 1-2-5; Wellnitz, 1-2-4. Totals: 20-18-62.


Evansville 12 17 10 5—44


Orfordville Parkview 11 21 11 19—62


Three-point goals—Evansville 3 (Porter, Kopp 2), Parkview 4 (M. Danielson, Suiter 2, Oldenburg). Free throws missed—Evansville 8, Parkview 6. Total fouls—Evansville 21, Parkview 18.


n Big Foot 57, Brodhead 47—Tara Nagel and Haley Schwartz scored 11 points apiece as the visiting Chiefs rallied from a 24-19 halftime deficit to beat the Cardinals in a Rock Valley opener.


Nagel scored nine third-quarter points as Big Foot pulled within 39-38. The Chiefs grabbed the victory with a 13-8 advantage in the final period.


Kristen Ruchti led Brodhead with 14 points.


BIG FOOT 57, BRODHEAD 47


Big Foot (57)—Young, 1-0-1; Schwartz, 5-0-11; Dowden, 3-1-8; Pietkauskis, 2-2-6; Courier, 1-2-4; Keeler, 1-0-2; Kolnik, 3-1-8; Nagel, 4-3-11. Totals: 19-10-51.


Brodhead (47)—Wymer, 0-2-2; Ruchti, 4-6-14; Mielke, 3-2-9; Harding, 2-0-4; Hoeper, 2-0-5; Hegi, 1-2-4; Lewis, 4-1-9. Totals: 16-13-47.


Walworth Big Foot 8 11 19 13—51


Brodhead 7 17 15 8—47


Three-point goals—Big Foot 3 (Schwartz, Dowden, Kolnik); Brodhead 2 (Mielke, Hoeper). Free throws missed—Big Foot 11, Brodhead 5. Total fouls—Big Foot 17, Brodhead 17. Fouled out—Courier.


n Edgerton 59, Turner 27—Edgerton rolled to a 31-2 lead en route to an easy victory over visiting Beloit Turner in a Rock Valley opener.


The Crimson Tide (1-3) got a game-high 14 points from Bri Cox. Meggie Schmidt, a freshman, added 10.


Turner (0-2) got 11 points from Megan Grover, who also had the Trojans’ only basket in an 18-2 first quarter.


EDGERTON 59, TURNER 27


Turner (27)—Crouse, 3-1-8; Mel. Grover, 2-0-4; Meg. Grover, 5-0-11; Purdy, 1-0-2; Peach, 1-0-2. Totals: 12-1-27.


Edgerton (59)—M. McCall, 1-2-4; Olson, 1-2-4; Schmidt, 4-1-10; Bingham, 2-1-5; Zeimet, 1-0-2; Fritz, 3-0-8; Gimmer, 1-2-4; Cox, 6-1-14; Stettler, 0-2-2; E. McCall, 3-0-6. Totals: 22-11-59.


Beloit Turner 2 8 8 9—27


Edgerton 18 15 11 15—59


Three-point goals—Turner 2 (Crouse, Meg. Grove), Edgerton 4 (Schmidt, Fritz 2, Cox). Free throws missed—Turner 3, Edgerton 10. Total fouls—Turner 14, Edgerton 12.


Junior varsity—Edgerton 53, Turner 26.


n Clinton 68, Palmyra-Eagle 52—Maggie Schultz scored 12 of her 19 points in the first quarter as Clinton rolled to a 23-9 lead in a Rock Valley opener.


The Cougars’ Liz Althoff scored 15 points, and teammate Emily Buchanan added 10.


Palmyra-Eagle’s Stephanie McGivern scored 10 of her 16 points in the fourth quarter.


CLINTON 68, PALMYRA-EAGLE 52


Clinton (68)—Campbell, 1-2-4; Tracy, 2-0-7; Liz Althoff, 5-2-15; Blue, 1-0-2; Jeffers, 1-0-2; Maggie Schultz, 8-3-19; Risseeuw, 2-0-4; Emily Buchanan, 4-2-10; Dautermann, 2-1-5. Totals: 26-10-68.


Palmyra-Eagle (52)—Stephanie McGivern, 5-0-16; Kelly Bolli, 3-1-10; Madecky, 3-0-6; Starr, 1-0-2; Steltz, 2-1-8; Wisneski, 1-0-3; Katie Martin, 1-0-3. Totals: 15-2-52.


Clinton 23 15 21 9—68


Palmyra-Eagle 9 15 10 18—52


Three-point goals—Clinton 2 (Tracy, Althoff), Pa 5 (McGivern 2, Bolli, stelz, Wisneski). Free throws missed—Clinton 7, Palmyra-Eagle 7 Total fouls—Clinton 15, Palmyra-Eagle 16. Fouled out—Blue.



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