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Big Foot drops Parkview girls out of undisputed lead

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February 19, 2008

Rock Valley


girls basketball


League Season


W L W L


Parkview 11 2 15 4


Brodhead-Juda 11 2 12 5


Big Foot 10 3 14 5


Clinton 7 6 10 8


Evansville 7 6 9 10


Edgerton 4 9 4 15


Beloit Turner 1 12 1 17


Palmyra-Eagle 1 12 1 18


RESULTS MONDAY


Big Foot 66, Parkview 62


Albany at Clinton (NC), ppd.


GAME TONIGHT


Brodhead at Fort Atkinson (NC)


GAMES FRIDAY


Parkview at Clinton


Brodhead at Turner


Big Foot at Evansville


Edgerton at Palmyra-Eagle


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The Rock Valley girls basketball race will go to the final night with everything up for grabs.


Walworth Big Foot saw to that Monday night stunning host Orfordville Parkview, 66-62, to drop the Vikings into a first-place tie with Brodhead.


Both teams are 11-2 in the conference, and each can clinch at least a title tie by winning Friday. Parkview (15-4) plays at Clinton (10-8, 7-6), while Brodhead (12-5) travels to Beloit Turner (1-17, 1-12).


If both co-leaders should lose, Big Foot (14-5, 10-3) can make it a three-way tie by winning at Evansville (9-10, 7-6) in Tim Collins’ first regular-season game as the Chiefs’ coach.


Parkview had a 49-44 lead over Big Foot after three quarters. The Chiefs gained a 22-13 fourth-quarter advantage for the victory.


Big Foot’s Jenny Pietkauskis made eight straight free throws in the fourth quarter to finish with 20 points. Jordyn Courier added 18 points for the Chiefs.


Big Foot took advantage of Parkview’s 26 fouls to make 17 of 24 free throws in the second half and 20 of 37 overall. The Vikings made 13 of 17 free throws overall.


Parkview’s Jenna Larson scored 17 points. Jasmine Koch added 16 for the Vikings, and Maggie Danielson had 11.


BIG FOOT 66, PARKVIEW 62


Big Foot (66)—Schwartz, 2-1-6; Dowden, 1-0-2; Pietkauskis, 5-10-20; Courier, 7-4-18; Keeler, 2-2-6; Kolnik, 2-1-6; Nagel, 3-2-8. Totals: 22-20-66.


Parkview (62)—M. Danielson, 4-0-11; Larsen, 7-2-17; K. Danielson, 1-0-2; Assen, 3-3-9; Koch, 5-5-16; Oldenburg, 1-0-2; Wellnitz, 1-3-5. Totals: 22-13-62.


Walworth Big Foot 18 14 12 22—66


Orfordville Parkview 16 20 13 13—62


Three-point goals—Big Foot 2 (Schwartz, Kolnik), Parkview 5 (M. Danielson 3, Larsen, Koch). Free throws missed— Big Foot 17, Parkview 4. Total fouls— Big Foot 19, Parkview 26. Fouled out—Larsen.


Junior varsity—Parkview 66, Big Foot 54.


Trailways South


Hustisford 40, Williams Bay 38—The Falcons (17-2, 14-1) clinched a tie for Trailways South championship by grabbing a three-point lead in a second overtime and holding on against the upset-minded Bulldogs.


Williams Bay (10-9, 7-8) had a chance to tie it in the second overtime. Courtney Hovestol made two of three free throws after being fouled on a three-point attempt, leaving Hustisford clinging to a 39-38 lead with less than five seconds remaining.


The Falcons (17-2, 14-1), No. 5 in the Division 4 state ratings, made one of two free throws in the last half-second for the final margin.


Courtney Hovestol finished with 14 points, while Megan Hovestol added 13 for the Bulldogs. Hustisford’s McKenna Donegon scored 11.


HUSTISFORD 40, WILLIAMS BAY 38 (2OT)


Hustisford (40)—Will, 1-1-4; Donegon, 4-0-11; Maas, 2-3-9; Peltier, 2-0-4; Damrow, 1-0-3; Kuehl, 3-1-7. Totals: 13-8-38.


Williams Bay (38)—M. Hovestol, 4-3-13; C. Hoverstol, 2-9-14; Sanberg, 1-1-3; B. Hobbs, 2-1-5; Szalewski, 1-0-2; L. Hobbs, 0-1-1. Totals: 10-15-38.


Hustisford 5 5 10 10 4 6—40


Williams Bay 6 4 12 8 4 4—38


Three-point goals—Hustisford 6 (Will, Donegon 3, Maas 2), Williams Bay (M. Hovestol 2, C. Hovestol). Free throws missed—Hustisford 13, Williams Bay 7. Total fouls—Hustisford 18, Williams Bay 15. Fouled out—Donegon, Maas.


Big Eight


Beloit 57, Memorial 41—Brianne Monahan led the way with 20 points as Beloit (7-11, 6-9) notched a Big Eight win over visiting Madison Memorial (6-13, 4-11).


The Purple Knights led 30-24 at halftme and outscored the Spartans in every quarter.


BELOIT 57, MEMORIAL 41


Memorial (41)—Heine, 8; Evans, 7; Becker, 5; Koykkar, 4; Gosselin, 2; Wiedholz, 2; Olson, 13. Totals: 17-7-41.


Beloit (57)—Slavish, 9; Bolton, 7; Tann, 4; Monahan, 20; Tester, 2; Cokes, 2; Bridges, 2; Truttman, 11. Totals: 18-17-57.


Madison Memorial 9 15 4 13—41


Beloit 12 18 8 19—57


Three-point goals—Beloit 4 (Slavish, Bolton, Truttman 2). Free throws missed—Memorial 18, Beloit 15.



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