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Gazette staff
November 30, 2007
— Children of basketball coaches learn how to shoot at an early age.

That paid off for the Whitewater High girls basketball team Thursday night.


Leah Harms, daughter of Whippets coach Judy Harms, made all seven of her free throws in the final quarter to help Whitewater win a nonconference game at Orfordville Parkview, 50-44.


Whitewater (3-0) outscored the Vikings 22-17 in the final quarter, thanks to 13-of-15 free-throw shooting.


Megan Theune led the Whippets with 21 points, while Harms finished with 19.


Jasmine Koch led the Vikings (2-1) with nine points.


WHITEWATER 50, PARKVIEW 44


Whitewater (50)—Levine, 0-1-1; Theune, 7-5-21; Heil, 0-1-1; Shelburn, 1-0-2; L. Harms, 5-8-19; Bowry, 2-2-6. Totals: 15-17-50.


Parkview (44)—M. Danielson, 1-0-2; Neal, 1-0-2; Suiter, 1-0-3; Larsen, 4-0-8; K. Danielson, 2-0-4; Draeving, 3-0-8; Koch, 3-2-9; Oldenburg, 1-1-3; Wellnitz, 1-3-5. Totals: 17-6-44.


Whitewater 8 14 6 22—50


Parkview 14 8 5 17—44


Three-point goals—Whitewater 3 (Theune 2, L. Harms), Parkview 4 (Suiter, Draeving 2, Koch). Free throws missed—Whitewater 5, Parkview 6. Total fouls—Whitewater 12, Parkview 22.


Junior varsity—Parkview 61, Whitewater 26.


n Delavan-Darien 75, Edgerton 25—Kelly Supernaw scored 18 points as visiting Delavan-Darien (3-0) routed Edgerton in a nonconference game.


Freshman Alana Cesarz added 10 points, and nine other Comets scored. Meggie Schmidt led the Crimson Tide with 13.


DELAVAN-DARIEN 75, EDGERTON 25


Delavan-Darien (75)—Supernaw, 9-0-18; Moehling, 2-0-5; Dahlberg, 3-0-6; Nieuwenhuis, 2-0-4; Collins, 2-0-4; Bauer, 1-4-7; Flood, 4-0-9; Cesarz, 5-0-10; Epping, 0-2-2; Dahl, 1-2-4; Brown, 3-0-6. Totals: 32-8-75.


Edgerton (25)—McCall, 1-1-3; Morrison, 0-2-2; Olson, 1-0-2; Schmidt, 2-8-13; Bingham, 2-0-4; Gimmer, 0-1-1; Stettler, 1-1-3. Totals: 7-13-28.


Delavan-Darien 13 24 15 23—75


Edgerton 6 9 4 9—25


Three-point goals—Delavan-Darien 3 (Moehling, Bauer, Flood), Edgerton 1 (Schmidt). Free throws missed—Delavan-Darien 7, Edgerton 9. Total fouls—Delavan-Darien 18, Edgerton 17.


n Clinton 58, South Beloit 45—Kati Campbell scored 13 points, Kara Risseeuw and Emily Buchanan had 12 each, and Maggie Schultz added 10 points to lead Clinton past visiting South Beloit in a nonconference game.


CLINTON 58, S. BELOIT 45


South Beloit (45)—Peterson, 1-1-3; Ross, 4-2-11; Sari, 5-1-11; Seiler, 3-0-7; Toles, 6-1-13. Totals: 19-5-45.


Clinton (58)—Campbell, 4-3-13; Tracy, 1-2-4; Althoff, 3-0-7; Schultz, 4-2-10; Risseeuw, 4-4-12; Buchanon, 6-0-12. Totals: 22-11-58.


South Beloit 5 15 12 13—45


Clinton 18 9 16 15—58


Three-point goals—South Beloit 2 (Ross, Seiler), Clinton 3 (Campbell 2, Althoff). Free throws missed—South Beloit 9, Clinton 14. Total fouls—S. Beloit 16, Clinton 14. Fouled out—Toles.


n Big Foot 46, Westosha 41—Sophomore guard Haley Schwartz scored four of the last five points to give Walworth Big Foot (2-0) a nonconference win at Westosha Central.


BIG FOOT 46, CENTRAL 41


Big Foot (46)—Schwartz, 5-4-14; Dowden, 1-1-3; Pietkauskis, 1-3-5; Courier, 1-6-8; Keeler, 2-0-4; Kolnik, 3-1-8; Nagel, 2-0-4. Totals: 15-15-46.


Central (41)—Hrncar, 1-0-2; Olsen, 2-4-8; Brinkman, 7-2-16; Stroning, 3-2-9; Szwedo, 2-2-6; Richter, 0-0-0. Totals: 15-10-41.


Walworth Big Foot 11 7 14 14—41


Westosha Central 9 8 16 7—46


Three-point goals—Big Foot 1 (Kolnik), Central 1 (Stroning). Free throws missed—Big Foot 16, Central 7. Total fouls—Big Foot 20, Central 25. Fouled out—Kolnik, Olsen, Richter.


Junior varsity—Big Foot 38, Central 33 (OT).


n Marshall 61, Palmyra-Eagle 42—Marshall scored the first 11 points en route to a nonconference win over over visiting Palmyra-Eagle.


Stephanie McGivern led the Panthers with 10 points.


MARSHALL 61, PALMYRA-EAGLE 42


Palmyra-Eagle (42)—McGivern 5-0-10, Bolli 4-0-8, Madecky 1-0-2, Starr 2-1-5, Steltz 3-0-7, Szynkowski 2-1-6, Hack 2-0-4. Totals: 19-2-42.


Marshall (61)—Hansen 6-2-14, Birkrem 1-1-3, Kar. Dorshorst 4-2-13, Elliott 0-2-2, T. Weeden 2-4-8, Kal. Dorshorst 0-1-1, Peterson 4-3-1, Tweed 1-1-3, R. Weeden 3-0-6. Totals: 21-16-61.


Palmyra-Eagle 7 13 10 12—42


Marshall 18 6 21 16—61


Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 2 (Steltz, Szynkowski), Marshall 3 (Kar. Dorshorst 3). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 8, Marshall 17. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 19, Marshall 15.


Junior varsity—Marshall 41, Palmyra-Eagle 13.


n Evansville 53, Waterloo 32—Alicia Kopp scored 17 points to help Evansville (1-1) rip Waterloo for the visiting Blue Devils’ first victory under first-year coach Jim Schoenenberger.


EVANSVILLE 53, WATERLOO 32


Evansville (53)—Porter, 1-5-7; McIntyre, 3-2-8; Reese, 1-1-3; Kopp, 6-3-17; Visch, 2-3-7; Arnold, 2-1-5; Persike, 3-0-6. Totals: 18-10-53.


Waterloo (32)—Hibacher, 1-0-3; Mielke, 2-2-6; Hasher, 5-3-13; Skaletky, 1-0-2; Henderson, 0-2-2; Loewon, 1-0-2; Morales, 1-0-2; Hams, 0-2-2. Totals: 11-9-32.


Evansville 11 20 17 5—53


Waterloo 6 5 10 11—32


Three-points goals—Evansville 2 (Kopp 2), waterloo 1 (Hibacher). Free throws missed—Evansville 12, Waterloo 8. Total fouls—Evansville 15, Waterloo 13.


Junior varsity—Evansville 44, Waterloo 18.


n Union Grove 40, Elkhorn 34—Micaela McDonald scored 13 points and Ashlynn Anderson added 12 points, but Elkhorn (1-1) fell at Union Grove (2-0) in a nonconference game.


UNION GROVE 40, ELKHORN 34


Elkhorn (34)—Entwistle, 2-0-4; Plucinski, 0-1-1; Reeves, 1-2-4; Anderson, 5-2-12; McDonald, 5-3-13. Totals: 13-8-34.


Union Grove (40)—Schwartz, 4-1-9; Thomas, 5-4-16; Wilks, 2-1-5; Servi, 3-0-6; Grindle, 1-2-4. Totals: 15-8-40.


Elkhorn 5 9 6 14—34


Union Grove 7 10 11 12—40


Three-point goals—Union Grove 2 (Thomas 2). Free throws missed—Elkhorn 6, Union Grove 5. Total fouls—Elkhorn 16, Union Grove 17. Fouled out—Servi.


Junior varsity—Elkhorn 37, Union Grove 33.


n Shoreland 57, East Troy 39—Shoreland Lutheran buried East Troy in a 21-4 first quarter and breezed to a nonconference victory.


Katie Morman led the Pacers with 15 points, and Gina Peter had 13 for East Troy.


SHORELAND 57, EAST TROY 39


Shoreland (57)—Morman, 7-1-15; B. Bahr, 4-0-8; Sittig, 3-1-8; Grashen, 2-2-6; Luebbers, 3-0-6; Naumann, 3-0-6; T. Bahr, 2-0-4; Abbott, 1-0-2. Totals: 25-6-57.


East Troy (39)—Peter, 6-1-13; O’Connell, 3-0-6; Duncan, 2-0-5; Haines, 2-0-4; Verick, 1-2-4; Kenny, 1-0-3; Fluery, 1-0-2; Valentine, 1-0-2. Totals: 17-3-39.


Shoreland Luth. 21 8 17 11—57


East Troy 4 14 8 12—39


Three-point goals—Shoreland 1 (Sittig), East Troy 2 (Duncan, Kenny). Free throws missed—Shoreland 1, East Troy 4. Total fouls—Shoreland 9, East Troy 12.


n Belleville 41, Brodhead 39—Jessica O’Connor’s three-point goal with 11 seconds left carried Belleville past visiting Brodhead.


Kristen Ruchti led Brodhead with 13 points, and Dana Lewis added 10.


BELLEVILLE 41, BRODHEAD 39


Brodhead (39)—Ruchti, 13; Heller, 3; Mielke, 6; Harding, 4; Hegl, 3; Lewis, 10. Totals: 10-17-39.


Belleville (41)—Rear, 2; O’Connor, 19; Donahue, 4; Froehlich, 1; Ja. Walejko, 8; Moore, 6; Je. Walejko, 1. Totals: 16-6-41.


Brodhead 5 13 8 13—39


Belleville 6 6 14 15—41


Three-point goals—Brodhead 2 (Heller, Mielke), Belleville 3 (O’Connor 3). Free throws missed—Brodhead 15, Belleville 14. Total fouls—B rodhea 19, Belleville 24.


n Jefferson 57, McFarland 49—Senior guard Marta Kinsman followed up Tuesday night’s 34-point performance with 21 to help Jefferson (2-1) notch win at McFarland.


JEFFERSON 57, McFARLAND 49


Jefferson (57)—Kinsman, 21; Hutchison, 4; Frank, 4; Splittgerber, 14; Chmielewski, 6; Ganser, 8. Totals: 16-21-57.


McFarland (49)—Rust, 4; Brown, 4; Nelson, 3; Thorson, 18; Walker, 13; Stocks, 7. Totals: 19-10-49.


Jefferson 11 20 10 16—57


McFarland 15 15 8 11—49


Three-point goals—Jefferson 4 (Splittgerber 2, Ganser 2), McFarland 1 (Stocks). Free throws missed—Jefferson 10, McFarland 2. Total fouls —Jefferson 15, McFarland 24. Fouled out—Splittgerber.


n Pardeeville 41, Williams Bay 39—Kylei Warnke scored 14 points to help Pardeeville win a Trailways Conference opener.


Megan Hovestol scored 15 points, Becca Hobbs had 12 and Courtney Hovelstol 11 for the Bulldogs (0-1, 0-2 overall).


PARDEEVILLE 41, WILLIAMS BAY 39


Williams Bay (39)—M. Hovestol, 5-3-15; C. Hovestol, 3-5-11; Hobbs, 3-6-12 Becca. L. Hobbs, 0-1-1; Austin, 0-0-0. Totals: 11-15-39.


Pardeeville—Standke, 2-0-4; Warnke, 5-4-14; Nasett, 1-0-2; Beredske, 3-2-8; Hauge, 0-2-2; Mohr, 3-1-7; Becker, 1-2-4. Totals: 15-11-41.


Williams Bay 6 17 3 13—39


Pardeeville 12 15 4 10—41


Three-point goals—Williams Bay 2 (M. Hovelstol 2), Pardeeville 0. Free throws missed—Williams Bay 9, Pardeeville 8. Total fouls—Williams Bay 23, Pardeeville 23. Fouled out—L. Hobbs.



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