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Parkview girls remain unbeaten in Rock Valley

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Gazette staff
December 8, 2007
— Orfordville Parkview took advantage of Walworth Big Foot’s shooting woes to score a key 58-42 early season victory in Rock Valley girls basketball Friday night.

The Vikings, trailing 32-25, used a 13-0 run bridging the second and third quarters to take a 38-32 lead and never looked back.


Big Foot hit just four of its last 41 shots from the field and scored just 20 points in the final three quarters. The Chiefs (3-1 overall, 1-1 Rock Valley) made just two of their last nine free throws. Tara Nagel scored 12 points to lead the Chiefs.


Jenna Larsen and Tiffany Draeving scored 13 points apiece to lead the Vikings (4-1, 2-0).


The smaller Vikings posted a 50-30 rebounding edge.


PARKVIEW 58, BIG FOOT 42


Parkview (58)—M. Danielson, 3-0-6; Suiter, 1-2-4; Larsen, 6-1-13; T. Danielson, 3-3-9; Aasen, 2-0-5; Draeving, 5-3-13; Koch, 2-2-6; Oldenburg, 1-0-2. Totals: 23-11-58.


Big Foot (42)—Young, 1-0-2; Schwartz, 1-0-2; Dowden, 1-1-3; Pietkauskis, 2-1-6; Courier, 2-1-5; Keeler, 3-0-6; Kolnik, 2-2-6; Tara Nagel, 6-0-12. Totals: 18-5-42.


Parkview 18 16 13 11—58


Big Foot 22 10 6 4—42


Three-point goals—Parkview 1 (Aasen), Big Foot 1 (Pietkauskis). Free throws missed—Parkview 7, Big Foot 8. Total fouls—Parkview 16, Big Foot 18.


Junior varsity—Parkview 53, Big Foot 43.


n Evansville 40, Edgerton 31—Callie Reese and Alica Kopp each scored 12 points as Evansville (2-2, 1-1) defeated the visiting Crimson Tide.


Freshman Meggie Schmidt led Edgerton with 11 points.


EVANSVILLE 40, EDGERTON 31


Edgerton (31)—Molly McCall, 1-3-6; Schmidt, 4-2-11; Bingham, 1-4-6; Fritz, 1-0-3; Gimmer, 0-1-1; Cox, 0-1-1; E. McCall, 0-3-3. Totals: 7-14-31.


Evansville (40)—Porter, 0-2-2; Petterson, 2-3-7; McIntyre, 1-0-2; Reese, 5-2-12; Kopp, 5-2-12; Klitzman, 1-0-2; Bisch, 1-1-3. Totals: 15-10-40.


Edgerton 8 3 5 15—31


Evansville 6 12 6 16—40


Three-point goals—Edgerton 3 (M. McCall, Schmidt, Fritz). Free throws missed—edgerton 10, Evansville 6. Total fouls—Edgerton 14, Evansville 17. Fouled out—Schmidt.


Junior varsity—Evansville 42, Edgerton 32.


n Palmyra-Eagle 44, Beloit Turner 42—Turner’s Melissa Grover got the Trojans off to a quick start as she scored eight of her game-high 17 points in the first quarter.


But Palmyra-Eagle stayed close and mounted a late comeback. Jessica Steltz led the visitors with 15 points in the win.


PALMYRA-EAGLE 44, BELOIT TURNER 42


Palmyra-Eagle (44)—McGivern 3-0-7, Bolli 4-0-8, Madecky 3-1-7, Starr 0-3-3, Steltz 6-1-15, Szymkowski 1-2-4. Totals: 17-7-44.


Beloit Turner (42)—Crouse 1-2-4, Mel. Grover 7-2-17, Harold 1-0-2, Harrison 1-0-2, Conway 0-2-2, Meg. Grover 3-1-7, Peach 1-1-3. Totals 17-7-42.


Palmyra-Eagle 8 11 9 16—44


Beloit Turner 15 6 9 12—42


Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 3 (McGivern 1, Steltz 2), Beloit Turner 1 (Mel. Grover). Free throws missed—Palmyra Eagle 10, Beloit Turner 7. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 18, Beloit Turner 16.


n Brodhead 46, Clinton 31—Alyssa Harding and Dana Lewis each scored 13 points to lead Brodhead past Clinton.


Liz Althoff had 14 points for Clinton, including nine in the final quarter.


BRODHEAD 46, CLINTON 31


Brodhead (46)—Wymer, 1-0-2; Ruchti, 2-1-5; Heller, 1-0-3; Mielke, 1-0-2; Harding, 6-1-13; Hoeper, 3-0-7; Lewis, 4-5-13. Totals: 18-7-46.


Clinton (31)—Campbell, 1-0-2; Tracy, 1-1-3; Althoff, 5-4-14; Blue, 1-0-2; Huisheere, 1-0-2; Jeffers, 1-2-4; Schultz, 0-1-1; Risseeuw, 0-2-2; Dautermann, 1-0-2. Totals: 11-10-31.


Brodhead 14 14 7 11—46


Clinton 8 2 3 17—31


Three-point goals—Brodhead 2 (Heller, Hoeper). Free throws missed—Clinton 12. Total fouls—Brodhead 19, Clinton 14. Fouled out—Ruchti.


Junior varsity—Brodhead 38, Clinton 35.



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