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Elkhorn girls jolt Monroe in overtime

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Gazette Staff
November 21, 2007

Elkhorn High, the preseason favorite in Southern Lakes girls basketball, opened its season with a major nonconference victory.


The Elks overcame an early deficit Tuesday night, withstood Monroe’s late spurt and emerged with a 41-39 triumph in overtime on the Cheesemakers’ court.


Brianna Entwistle scored seven of her game-high 13 points in the fourth quarter to help Elkhorn overcome a two-point deficit and grab a three-point lead in the last minute of regulation. Monroe’s Jamie Armstrong hit a three-point shot with four seconds left to force the overtime.


Elkhorn went 4-for-4 on free throws in the extra period to gain a 6-4 edge and the victory.


Armstrong led Monroe with 11 points, and teammate Gwen Sutter had 10.


ELKHORN 41, MONROE 39, OT


Elkhorn (41)—Entwistle 5-2-13, Larsen 2-4-8, Reeves 2-0-4, Anderson 4-1-9, McDonald 2-3-7. Totals: 15-10-41.


Monroe (39)—Sutter 2-5-10, Rufenacht 1-3-5, Kennison 1-0-3, Bidlingmaier 1-0-2, Hermanson 3-2-8, Armstrong 2-6-11. Totals: 10-16-39.


Elkhorn 11 6 6 12 6—41


Monroe 13 4 8 10 4—39


Three-point goals—Elkhorn 1 (Entwistle), Monroe 3 (Sutter, Kennison, Armstrong). Free throws missed—Elkhorn 7, Monroe 6. Fouled out—Rufenacht. Total fouls—Elkhorn 15, Monroe 16.


n Whitewater 46, Edgerton 43—Whitewater missed 13 free throws in the second half but had enough to outlast visiting Edgerton in a nonconference opener.


The Whippets made four of their five three-point shots in a 20-point second quarter to lead 28-20 at halftime.


Whitewater made only three of its 13 second-half free throws, but the Crimson Tide couldn’t take the lead. Meanwhile, the Whippets wound up 5-for-21 overall on free throws.


Whitewater’s Megan Theune scored 14 points. Edgerton’s Elle McCall and Meggie Schmidt scored 13 points apiece, while teammate Fawn Bingham added 10.


WHITEWATER 46, EDGERTON 43


Edgerton (43)—M. McCall, 0-2-2; Mollisen, 1-0-2; Lippert, 0-1-1; Schmidt, 5-1-13; Bingham, 3-4-10; Cox, 1-0-2; E. McCall, 4-3-13. Totals: 14-11-22-43.


Whitewater (46)—Trewyn, 0-1-1; Livine, 2-0-4; Theune, 5-2-14; Heil, 2-0-6; K. Harms, 3-1-7; L. Harms, 3-1-8; Bowey, 3-0-6. Totals: 18-5-21-46.


Edgerton 9 11 12 11—43


Whitewater 8 20 7 11—46


Three-point goals—Edgerton 4 (Schmidt 2, E. McCall 2), Whitewater 5 (Theune 2, Heil 2, L. Harms). Free throws missed—Edgerton 11, Whitewater 16. Total fouls—Edgerton 20, Whitewater 19.


n Delavan-Darien 60, Evansville 32—Delavan-Darien hit Evansville’s defending Rock Valley champions with a 22-2 blitz in the second quarter of a nonconference opener.


The visiting Blue Devils had 16 turnovers in the first half, and junior forward Ashley Dahl scored all nine of her points in the second quarter to lead Delavan-Darien’s decisive charge to a 36-10 halftime lead.


Kelly Supernaw was the Comets’ game leader with 16 points. Hailey McIntyre had 13 for Evansville.


DELAVAN-DARIEN 60, EVANSVILLE 32


Evansville (32)—Petterson, 1-0-2; McIntyre, 5-3-13; Kopp, 4-1-11; Klitzman, 1-0-2; Disch, 1-2-4. Totals: 12-6-32.


Delavan-Darien (60)—Supernaw, 7-2-16; Zugay, 1-2-4; Nieuwenhuis, 4-0-8; Collins, 1-0-2; Logterman, 1-0-2; Bauer, 0-3-3; Flood, 1-0-3; Dahlberg, 4-0-8; Epping, 1-0-2; Dahl, 4-1-9; Brown, 1-1-3. Totals: 25-8-60.


Evansville 8 2 13 9—32


Delavan-Darien 14 22 11 13—60


Three-point goals—Evansville 2 (Kopp 2), Delavan-Darien 1 (Flood). Free throws missed—Evansville 3, Delavan-Darien 5. Total fouls—Evansville 17, Delavan-Darien 17.


Junior varsity—Delavan-Darien 39, Evansville 34 (OT).


n Parkview 78, Waterloo 25—Orfordville Parkview rolled to a 35-16 halftime lead at Waterloo en route to winning a nonconference opener.


Maggie Danielson scored 20 for the Vikings, including 12 in a 22-6 fourth quarter. Tiffany Draeving had 13 points for Parkview, and Sabrina Suiter added 10.


PARKVIEW 78, WATERLOO 25


Parkview (78)—M. Danielson, 8-0-20; Neal, 1-0-2; Drake, 1-0-2; Suiter, 4-0-10; Larsen, 2-2-6; K. Danielsen, 4-0-8; Aasen, 2-0-4; Draeving, 6-1-13; Koch, 2-2-7; Oldenburg, 2-0-4; Wellnitz, 1-0-2. Totals: 33-5-78.


Waterloo (25)—Stout, 1-0-2; Hubacker, 1-0-2; Mielke, 2-0-4; Hensler, 1-7-9; Loewen, 2-1-5; Morales, 0-1-1; Haines, 1-0-2. Totals: 8-9-25.


Orfordville Parkview 17 18 21 22—78


Waterloo 4 12 3 6—25


Three-point goals—Parkview 7 (M. Danielson 4, Suiter 2, Koch). Free throws missed—Parkview 4, Waterloo 5. Total fouls—Parkview 13, Waterloo 9.


Junior varsity—Parkview 88, Waterloo 22.


n Black Hawk 60, Clinton 40—Paige Butler had too much swing for visiting Clinton in a nonconference opener at South Wayne.


Butler, Black Hawk’s 5-11 swing player, scored from inside and out en route to a 29-point performance that included three three-point goals. She also kept up a steady pace, scoring no less than five points in each quarter.


After trailing by 12, Clinton got within four points in the second quarter. However, the Warriors led 30-21 at halftime and pulled away in a 21-8 third period.


Emily Buchanan led Clinton with 10 points.


BLACK HAWK 60, CLINTON 40


Clinton (40)—Campbell, 1-0-2; Tracy, 1-0-2; Althoff, 1-6-8; Blue, 1-3-6; Huisheere, 0-1-1; Schultz, 3-3-9; Risseeuw, 0-1-1; Buchanan, 4-2-10; Daughterman, 0-1-1. Totals: 11-17-40.


Black Hawk (60)—E. Wellnitz, 3-2-8; Walker, 1-0-2; Meier, 0-2-2; Meives, 1-0-3; Lehner, 2-1-6; Butler, 10-6-29; Place, 2-0-4; K. Wellnitz, 3-0-6. Totals: 22-11-60.


Clinton 11 9 8 12—40


South Wayne Black Hawk 17 12 21 10—60


Three-point goals—Clinton 1 (Blue), Black Hawk 5 (Butler 3, Meives, Lehner). Free throws missed—Clinton 15, Black Hawk 5. Total fouls—Clinton 19, Black Hawk 24. Fouled out—Schultz.


n Big Foot 58, East Troy 39—Sophomore Haley Schwartz scored eight straight points in the second quarter to lift the host Chiefs to a 33-9 halftime lead in a nonconference opener at Walworth.


Big Foot’s Kasey Keeler scored 13 points, while teammate Jordyn Courier added 12. Schwartz finished with 10.


East Troy’s Kara Haines scored 14 points before fouling out.


BIG FOOT 58, EAST TROY 39


East Troy (39)—Fluery, 1-0-3; O’Connell, 2-1-6; Duncan, 4-1-9; Peter, 2-0-4; Haines, 6-0-14; Verick, 1-1-3; Totals: 16-3-39.


Big Foot (58)—Young, 1-2-4; Schwartz. 5-0-10; Dowden, 3-0-6; Pietkauskis, 1-2-4; Courier, 3-6-12; Keeler, 6-1-13; Kolnik, 3-0-6; Nagel, 1-1-3. Totals: 23-12-58.


East Troy 5 4 16 14—39


Walworth Big Foot 13 20 12 13—58


Three-point goals—East Troy 4 (Haines 2, O’Connell, Fluery). Free throws missed—East Troy 9, Big Foot 12. Total fouls—East Troy 19, Big Foot 11. Fouled out—Haines.


n Jefferson 58, Lakeside 51—Marta Kinsman scored 10 of Jefferson’s 12 points in overtime to carry the defending Southern Lakes champions past Lakeside Lutheran in a nonconference opener at Lake Mills.


Kinsman, a senior guard, was the game leader with 23 points. Junior forward Beth Ganser added 13 for the Eagles.


Junior forward Jennifer Draeger and sophomore forward Jenna Luiser pace Lakeside with 11 points apiece.


JEFFERSON 58, LAKESIDE 51


Jefferson (58)—Kinsman, 23; Bisbach, 2; Frank, 7; Splittgerber, 8; Chmielewski, 5; Ganser, 13. Totals: 19-16-58.


Lakeside (51)—Allister, 10; Ridgeman, 1; Denzer, 9; Draeger, 11; Lorenz, 3; Luisier, 11; Anthon, 6. Totals: 18 12-51.


Jefferson 12 13 11 10 12—58


Lakeside Lutheran 16 11 9 10 5—51


Three-point goals—Jefferson 4 (Kinsman 3, Ganser), Lakeside 3 (Allister 3). Free throws missed—Jefferson 10, Lakeside 16. Total fouls—Jefferson 22, Lakeside 21. Fouled out—Frank, Splittgerber, Lorenz.


Junior varsity—Lakeside 74, Jefferson 28.



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