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Whippet boys win in overtime

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Gazette Staff
December 5, 2007

Whitewater High’s boys basketball team saved its best for last Tuesday night.


The Whippets (1-1) came from behind in a 13-6 fourth quarter and outlasted Williams Bay (2-1) in overtime, 57-47, in a nonconference game at Whitewater.


Andrew Martin scored 12 of his team-high 16 points to help Williams Bay hold a 29-23 halftime lead.


Michael Hanley hit the Bulldogs’ only three-point basket to force a 43-43 tie and the overtime.


Miles Hookstead and Kyle Lencho paced Whitewater in the overtime. Hookstead hit a three-point goal to put the Whippets ahead for good, 46-45. Lencho kept the Bulldogs at bay by scoring seven of his game-high 18 points in the extra period.


Whitewater went 9-for-9 from the free-throw line in the overtime.


Hookstead finished with 16 points.. Hanley scored to lead Williams Bay.



WHITEWATER 57, WILLIAMS BAY 47 (OT)


Williams Bay (47)—Hanley 5-0-11, Slovick 0-3-3, Brellenthin 3-0-6, Miller 0-1-1, Gregornik 1-4-6, Miekzarek 1-2-4, Martin 6-4-16, Totals: 16-14-47.


Whitewater (57)—Shears 1-4-6, Zweifel 2-0-5, Lencho 6-5-18, Hookstead 7-1-16, Bilderbeck 0-4-4, Kolo 2-0-6, Miller 1-0-2. Totals: 19-14-57.


Williams Bay 12 17 8 6 4—47


Whitewater 11 12 7 13 14—57


Three-point goals—Williams Bay 1 (Hanley), Whitewater 5 (Zweifel 1, Lencho 1, Hookstead 1, Kolo 2). Free throws missed—Williams Bay 5, Whitewater 5. Total fouls—Williams Bay 19, Whitewater 16. Fouled out—Gregornik.


n Badger 46, Delavan-Darien 30—Jimmy Merrit scored a game-high 17 poins to lead the Badgers past the Comets in a nonconference game at Lake Geneva.


The Badgers took control by allowing Delavan-Darien just 19 points in the final three quarters.


Braden Tice added 10 points for Badger (3-0). Aaron Logterman led Delavan-Darien (3-2) with nine.


BADGER 46, DELAVAN-DARIEN 30


Delavan-Darien (30)—Kiemen, 1-0-2; Kolanda, 1-0-2; Niewenhuis, 1-0-2; Osswald, 1-0-2; Fowlkes, 1-0-3; Brickner, 3-0-6; Butke, 2-0-4; Logterman, 4-1-9. Totals: 14-1-30.


Badger (46)—Chironis, 2-2-6; Tice, 3-4-10; Merrit, 5-5-17; Lois, 1-0-2; Wieters, 2-2-6; 0-5-5. Totals: 13-18-46.


Delavan-Darien 11 4 6 9—30


Lake Geneva Badger 11 12 7 16—46


Three-point goals—Delavan-Darien 1 (Fowlkes), Badger 2 (Merrit). Free throws missed—Delavan-Darien 2, Badger 2. Total fouls—Delavan-Darien 24, Badger 9.


n Belleville 42, Parkview 37—After posting a major victory over defending Rock Valley champion Evansville, the Vikings came out flat and did not recover at Belleville en route to a nonconference loss.


Parkview trailed 9-2 after the first quarter but rallied to make it 15-15 at the half. The Vikings took a 31-30 lead into the fourth quarter, but Belleville gained a 12-6 advantage to win the game.


Parkview’s Nick Melton scored 11 points, and teammate Sean Woodworth added 10. Belleville’s Billy Stuessy scored 18, followed by Colton Crye with 11.


BELLEVILLE 42, PARKVIEW 37


Parkview (37)—Wellnitz, 1-1-3; Melton, 5-1-11; Johnson, 1-1-3; Brookens, 0-1-1; Woodworth, 4-2-10; Mumm, 4-1-9. Totals: 15-7-37.


Belleville (42)—Mabis, 1-0-2; McDermott, 1-0-2; Davis, 2-0-4; Stuessy, 7-4-18; Carlson, 2-1-5; Crye, 3-5-11. Totals: 16-10-42.


Orfordville Parkview 2 13 16 6—37


Belleville 9 6 15 12—42


Free throws missed—Parkview 5, Belleville 6. Total fouls—Parkview 21, Belleville 11. Fouled out—Wellnitz.


n Clinton 47, Cambridge 36—Cary Keifer scored 17 points to lead the Cougars to a nonconference win over the visiting Bluejays.


Clinton (1-2) led 21-19 at halftime, then outscored Cambridge 16-9 in the third quarter to go up by nine.


Shane Leadholm paced Cambridge with 17 points.


CLINTON 47, CAMBRIDGE 36


Cambridge (36)—Leadholm, 6-2-17; Wilborn, 2-1-5; Milsap, 0-4-4; Fahley, 0-4-4; Dedie, 1-0-2; Oates, 0-2-2; Wagner, 0-2-2. Totals: 9-15-37.


Clinton (47)—Keifer, 7-3-17; Oldenburg, 4-1-9; Eliszewski, 3-0-8; DeLong, 3-1-7; Krebs, 1-1-3; Crivello, 1-0-2; Morton, 0-1-1. Totals: 19-7-47.


Cambridge 14 5 9 8—36


Clinton 10 11 16 10—47


Three-point goals—Cambridge 3 (Leadholm 3), Clinton 2 (Eliszewski 2). Free throws missed—Cambridge 9, Clinton 15. Total fouls—Cambridge 15, Clinton 15.


n New Glarus 60, Turner 58—Beloit Turner raced to a 24-13 lead, but New Glarus gradually chipped away for a nonconference victory.


The host Glarner Knights pulled ahead for the first time with 5:50 to go and took the lead for good on Cassidy Flannery’s three-point basket with 51 seconds left.


Flannery scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Glarner Knights (2-1). The junior guard scored 10 in the final quarter. Jeremy Langfoss added 10 points.


Jaron Bertelson led four players in double figures for the Trojans (0-2) with 12 points. Aaron Jones had 11 points. Mike Jacobs and Jordan Conway had 10 points apiece.


Turner’s Jacobs had a 30-footer at the buzzer hit the rim.


NEW GLARUS 60, TURNER 58


Turner (58)—Traeger, 1-0-2; Bertelsen, 3-4-12; Jacobs, 4-2-10; Hallmark, 2-0-4; Treptow, 3-1-7; Conway, 4-2-10; Pollentier, 1-0-2; Jones, 5-0-11. Totals: 23-9-10-58.


New Glarus (60)—Langfoss, 2-6-10; Gabriel, 2-2-6; Keegan, 2-1-5; Bast, 2-1-6; Finck, 1-1-3; Siegenthaler, 3-0-6; Flannery, 9-1-21; Bright, 1-1-3. Totals: 22-13-23-60.


Beloit Turner 24 6 10 18—58


New Glarus 13 12 13 22—60


Three-point goals—Turner 3 (Bertelsen 2, Jones), New Glarus 3 (Bast, Flannery 2). Free throws missed—Turner 1, New Glarus 10. Total fouls—Turner 20, New Glarus 15.


Junior varsity—New Glarus 59, Turner 48.


n Lake Mills 60, Palmyra-Eagle 35—Three double-figure scorers sparked the L-Cats’ rout of visiting Palmyra-Eagle (0-3) in a nonconference game.


Joe Klocek set the pace with 16 points. Nick Dunkleberger and Beau Hering had 14 apiece for Lake Mills (2-1).


LAKE MILLS 60, PALMYRA-EAGLE 35


Palmyra-Eagle (35)—Loefer, 1-2-4; Watts, 1-0-2; Fritz, 3-1-7; McMillan, 3-1-7; Tesch, 0-1-1; Beaumont, 2-0-4; Domres, 2-1-5; Bergland, 2-1-5. Totals: 14-7-35.


Lake Mills (60)—Dunkleberger, 5-2-14; Meyers, 1-0-2; Hering, 7-0-14; Siegel, 1-0-2; Klocek, 5-6-16; Hastings, 1-0-2; Wypiszynski, 2-0-5; Heinz, 2-1-5. Totals: 24-9-60.


Palmyra-Eagle 10 7 13 5—35


Lake Mills 20 8 12 20—60


Three-point goals—Lake Mills 3 (Dunkleberger 2, Wypiszynski). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 14, Lake Mills 6. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 17, Lake Mills 21.


n Monroe 42, Stoughton 36—Monroe’s top-ranked defending WIAA Division 2 state champions jumped to a 13-3 lead over visiting Stoughton (1-2, 1-1) in the first quarter and pushed their record to 2-0 in the Badger South and 3-0 overall


Mitch Tordoff led Monroe with 16 points and had four of the Cheesemakers’ seven three-point goals.


MONROE 42, STOUGHTON 36


Stoughton (36)—S. Gerber, 2; E. Gerber, 4; Calbert, 3; Thiermann, 6; Adams, 10; Brooks, 2; LaZorre, 2; Cook, 5. Totals: 12-6-36.


Monroe (42)—B. Tordoff, 8; M. Tordoff, 16; Gross, 5; Grinnell, 9; Cates, 4. Totals: 13-9-42.


Stoughton 3 13 8 12—36


Monroe 13 7 8 14—42


Three-point goals—Stoughton 6, Monroe 7 (Grinnell 3, M. Tordoff 4). Free throws missed—Stoughton 1, Monroe 3.



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