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Jefferson, Whitewater girls get Rock Valley wins

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February 3, 2009

Rock Valley


girls basketball



League Season


W L W L


NORTH


McFarland 10 2 12 4


Jefferson 10 2 10 5


Whitewater 6 6 6 10


Edgerton 5 7 6 10


Evansville 2 10 3 13


East Troy 2 10 2 14


SOUTH


Parkview 11 1 14 2


Brodhead 10 1 11 3


Big Foot 7 4 8 6


Clinton 5 6 8 7


Palmyra-Eagle 2 10 3 13


Beloit Turner 0 11 0 13


RESULTS MONDAY


North


Jefferson 62, Evansville 24


Whitewater 59, East Troy 52


Nonconfefrence


Westosha Central 50, Big Foot 43


Clinton 54, Harvard, Ill. 45


GAME TONIGHT


South


Brodhead at Turner


GAMES THURSDAY


North


McFarland at Edgerton


Jefferson at Whitewater


Evansville at East Troy


South


Parkview at Brodhead


Big Foot at Palmyra-Eagle


Clinton at Turner


Jefferson High’s girls basketball team is back on top—or least tied for the top spot.


The Eagles pulled even with idle McFarland atop the Rock Valley North by rolling over visiting Evansville, 62-24, in a Monday night makeup game.


Jefferson (10-5, 10-2) left the Blue Devils (3-13, 2-10) behind in a 24-6 first quarter and led 38-12 at halftime.


Lindsay Frank had 13 points to lead four Jefferson players in double figures. Danielle Janny scored 11, while Caylee Cottrell and Beth Ganser added 10 apiece.


JEFFERSON 62, EVANSVILLE 24


Evansville (24)—Westrick, 2-2-7; Reese, 2-0-4; Marx, 1-0-2; Jenkins, 1-0-2; Beck, 1-0-2; Gregg, 1-1-3; Mills, 2-0-4. Totals: 10-3-24.


Jefferson (62)—Cottrell, 5-0-10; Endl, 1-0-2; Kubicek, 1-0-2; Ja. Splittgerber, 3-0-6; Frank, 6-1-13; Je. Splittgerber, 2-0-4; Chmielewski, 1-0-2; Ganser, 4-1-10; Ashburn, 1-0-2; Janny, 4-3-11. Totals: 28-5-62.


Evansville 6 6 4 8—24


Jefferson 24 14 12 12—62


Three-point goals—Evansville 1 (Westrick), Jefferson (Ganser). Free throws missed—Evansville 7, Jefferson 6. Total fouls—Evansville 12, Jefferson 11.


n Whitewater 59, East Troy 52—Kelsey Harms and Courtney Trewyn led a free-throw parade that carried Whitewater (6-10, 6-6) to a Rock Valley North victory at East Troy.


Harms made 13 of 18 free throws and a three-point goal in leading the Whippets with 18 points. Trewyn was 8-for-12 from the line and scored 10 points on a night when Whitewater made 26 of 40 free throws.


The Whippets, who also got 13 points from Julia Shelbourn, made 15 of 22 free throws for a 19-12 advantage in the fourth quarter that produced the victory. Jessica Shelbourn was 4-for-4 from the line during that stretch.


Lindsey Fleury led East Troy (2-14, 2-10) with 15 points, including four of the Trojans’ eight three-point goals.


WHITEWATER 59, EAST TROY 52


Whitewater (59)—Je. Shelbourn, 1-4-6; Trewyn, 1-8-10; Bowery, 2-0-4; Ju. Shelbourn, 6-1-13; Harms, 2-13-18; Babcock, 1-0-2; Runez, 1-0-2; Griep, 2-0-4. Totals: 16-26-59.


East Troy (52)—Dolan, 1-3-5; Valentine, 4-1-11; Bakko, 3-0-6; Fleury, 5-1-15; Duncan, 2-0-5; Lambrechts, 1-1-3; Peter, 3-0-7. Totals: 19-6-52.


Whitewater 13 13 14 19—59


East Troy 14 13 13 12—52


Three-point goals—Whitewater 1 (Harms), East Troy 8 (Fleury 4, Valentine 2, Duncan, Peter). Free throws missed—Whitewater 14, East Troy 14. Total fouls—Whitewater 21, East Troy 23. Fouled out—Valentine, Dolan, Bakko.


n Clinton 54, Harvard 35—The Cougars (8-7) led 30-17 at halftime and cruised to a nonconference victory over visiting Harvard, Ill.


Liz Althoff scored 10 of her game-high 18 points in the first quarter for Clinton. Maggie Schultz added 11 points for the Cougars.


Taryn Stricker and Ariel Listebarger scored 13 and 10 points, respectively, for Harvard.


CLINTON 54, HARVARD 35


Harvard (35)—Stricker, 4-3-13; Listebarger, 5-0-10; Crosby, 1-0-2; Cradie, 2-3-7; Scott, 0-3-3. Totals: 12-9-35.


Clinton (54)—Nickel, 1-1-3; Billington, 1-0-2; Clark, 1-0-3; Althoff, 4-9-18; Lantz, 0-2-2; Jeffers, 2-0-4; Buchanan, 2-0-4; Kemp, 3-1-7. totals: 19-14-54.


Harvard, Ill. 7 10 11 7—35


Clinton 17 13 8 16—54


Three-point goals—Harvard 2 (Stricker). Clinton 2 (Althoff, Clark). Free throws missed—Harvard 14, Clinton 10. Total fouls—Harvard 17, Clinton 18.


Junior varsity—Clinton 51, Harvard 38.


?n Westosha 50, Big Foot 43—The Chiefs clobbered the Falcons 21-9 in the first quarter, but Westosha held Big Foot to single digits the rest of the way in a nonconference game at Walworth.


The Falcons (3-12) trailed 35-29 after three quarters, but they took control with a 21-8 advantage in the final period.


Christina Brinkman scored 11 of her game-high 32 points in the fourth quarter for Westosha. Sarah Thune scored 12 points, and Haley Schwartz added 10 for Big Foot (8-6).


WESTOSHA 50, BIG FOOT 43


Westosha (50)—Hrncar, 0-2-2; Lois, 2-3-8; Cox, 1-0-3; Brinkman, 13-6-32; Rederer, 2-0-5. Totals: 18-9-11 50.


Big Foot (43)—Thune, 5-2-12; Schwartz, 4-0-10; Hucovski, 1-0-3; Courier, 3-2-8; Spangler, 3-0-8. Totals: 17-4-10-43.


Westosha Central 9 12 8 21—50


Walworth Big Foot 21 7 7 8—43


Three-point goals—Westosha 3 (Lois, cox, Rederer), Big Foot 5 (Schwartz 2, Spangkler 2, Hucovski). Free throws missed—Westosha 8, Big Foot 6. Total fouls—Westosha 12. Big Foot 16. Fouled out—Courier.




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