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Brodhead boys rally to jolt Jefferson; Edgerton, Whitewater, Evansville, East Troy, McFarland win

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February 4, 2009

Rock Valley


boys basketball



League Season


W L W L


NORTH


East Troy 10 0 10 3


Edgerton 8 1 12 1


Evansville 8 3 10 5


Whitewater 6 4 8 6


McFarland 5 4 8 5


Jefferson 6 5 7 7


SOUTH


Brodhead 6 4 9 5


Big Foot 3 6 6 7


Beloit Turner 4 7 6 9


Parkview 3 7 5 9


Clinton 2 9 3 11


Palmyra-Eagle 0 11 2 13


RESULTS TUESDAY


Edgerton 44, Clinton 36


East Troy 69, Parkview 42


Evansville 70, Turner 59


Whitewater 67, Big Foot 53


Brodhead 61, Jefferson 57


McFarland 73, Palmyra-Eagle 39


GAMES FRIDAY


North


Jefferson at Edgerton


Evansville at Whitewater


McFarland at East Troy


South


Clinton at Brodhead


Big Foot at Turner


Parkview at Palmyra-Eagle


Brodhead High turned the tables on Jefferson and won a 61-57 decision in a Rock Valley Conference boys basketball crossover game Tuesday night.


The Eagles (8-6, 7-4 Rock Valley North) built a 47-32 lead in the third quarter, but the Cardinals (9-5, 6-4) narrowed the gap with a 6-0 run to trail 47-38 heading into the final period.


J.J. Panoske kept Brodhead rolling, scoring 13 of his 20 points, including a 9-for-9 performance from the free-throw line. The Cardinals made 13 straight free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the comeback victory with a 23-10 advantage, which kept first-place Brodhead two games ahead in the South Division loss column.


Trevor Probst scored seven of his 20 points, and Ramsey Tabor scored seven of his nine points to lead Jefferson’s third-quarter charge.


Jake Cole had a 13-point game for Brodhead, and Ryan Miller added 12. Tyler Tomczak had 12 for Jefferson.


BRODHEAD 61, JEFFERSON 57


Brodhead (61)—Miller, 6-0-12; Priske, 2-0-4; Cole, 4-4-13; McKee, 4-0-8; Wallace, 0-2-2; Jacobson, 1-0-2; Panoske, 5-10-20. Totals: 22-16-61.


Jefferson (57)—Probst, 7-5-20; Tabor, 4-0-9; Tomczak, 4-4-12; Torres, 2-3-7; Poredos, 4-0-9. totals: 21-12-57.


Brodhead 10 15 13 23—61


Jefferson 10 14 23 10—57


Three-point goals—Brodhead 1 (Cole), Jefferson 3 (Probst, Tabor, Poredos). Free thjrows missed—Brodhead 4, jefferosn 2. Total fouls—Brodhead 13, Jefferson 17.


n Edgerton 44, Clinton 36—The Crimson Tide (12-1, 8-1) got a game-high 25 points from Bryan Gregory and overcame a halftime deficit to knock off the visiting Cougars (3-11, 2-9) in a Rock Valley crossover game.


Gregory had 10 first-quarter points and six in the third quarter as Edgerton, No. 8 in the AP Division 2 state ratings, turned a 24-22 halftime deficit into a 37-30 lead.


Justin Gunderson led Clinton with 12 points.


EDGERTON 44, CLINTON 36


Clinton (36)—Moen, 1-1-3; DeLong, 2-4-8; Gunderson, 6-0-12; North, 1-0-2; Roth, 4-0-9; Oldenberg, 0-2-2. Totals: 14-7-36.


Edgerton (44)—Eastman, 2-1-5; Perry, 2-2-6; Dobratz, 1-0-2; Palet, 2-0-4; King, 1-0-2; Gregory, 10-5-25. Totals: 18-8-44.


Clinton 9 15 6 6—36


Edgerton 14 8 15 7—44


Three-point goals—Clinton 1 (Roth). Free throws missed—Clinton 2, Edgerton 11. Total fouls—Clinton 19, Edgerton 9.


Junior varsity—Edgerton 42, Clinton 42.


n Whitewater 67, Big Foot 53—Miles Hookstead scored a game-high 18 points and led four Whippets in double figures as Whitewater (8-6, 6-4) rolled over visiting Walworth Big Foot (6-7, 3-6) in a Rock Valley crossover game.


The Whippets, who hit 13 of 21 fourth-quarter free throws to hold off the Chiefs, got 11 points from Axel Vohs, 10 from David Shears and 16 from Tony Bilderback.


Alec McGreevy led Big Foot with 10 points.


WHITEWATER 67, BIG FOOT 53


Big Foot (53)—Schaid, 3-0-7; Dowden, 3-0-7; Schauf, 3-0-7; Walker, 4-0-8; Kunes, 1-1-3; Nagel, 2-0-4; Spadoni, 3-1-7; McGreevy, 4-2-10. Totals: 23-4-53.


Whitewater (67)—Vohs, 3-4-11; Shears, 1-8-10; Taylor, 0-2-2; Hookstead, 8-2-18; Bilderback, 5-5-16; Haskins, 2-0-4; Gabbey, 3-0-6. Totals: 22-21-67.


Walworth Big Foot 13 11 13 16—53


Whitewater 16 17 15 19—67


Three-point goals—Big Foot 3 (Schaid, Dowden, Schauf), Whitewater 2 (Vohs, Bilderback). Free throws missed—Big Foot 2, Whitewater 10. Total fouls—Big Foot 25, Whitewater 12. Fouled out—Dowden, Nagel.


n Evansville 70, Turner 59—Evansville (10-5, 8-3) made 17 of 23 free throws in the fourth quarter to outlast visiting Beloit Turner (6-9, 4-7) in a Rock Valley crossover game.


Dan Schliesmann, who finished with 12 points, hit three three-pointers in the fourth quarter in an attempt to rally Turner, but the Blue Devils’ free-throw shooting kept them ahead.


Four Blue Devils scored in double figures, led by Eric Nieman’s 18 points. Brian Lundy added 16, Andrew Keister had 12, and Jesse Deininger scored 10.


Aaron Jones led Turner with 23 points.


EVANSVILLE 70, TURNER 59


Turner (59)—Hill, 2-0-5; Bernstein, 1-0-3; Schliesmann, 4-0-12; Jacobson, 2-3-8; Pinckney, 1-0-2; Conway, 3-0-6; Jones, 8-6-23. Totals: 21-9-59.


Evansville (70)—Deininger, 2-5-10; Lundy, 2-11-16; McDonnah, 0-1-1; Keister, 4-4-12; Nieman, 8-2-18; Erickson, 1-2-5; Moseley, 4-0-8. Totals: 21-25-70.


Beloit Turner 14 11 8 26—59


Evansville 16 15 14 25—70


Three-point goals—Turner 8 (Hill, Bernstein, Schliesmann 4, Jacobs, Jones), Evansville 3 (Deininger, Erickson, Lundy). Free throws missed—Turner 7, Evansville 15. Total fouls—Turner 25, Evansville 17. Fouled out—Hill, Conway, Keister.


Junior varsity—Turner 48, Evansville 34.


n East Troy 69, Parkview 42—North Division leader East Troy (10-3, 10-3) stayed undefeated in the Rock Valley by outscoring the Vikings (5-9, 3-7) in every quarter.


Dan Douglas led the Trojans’ scoring barrage with 16 points. He had four three-point goals. Teammates Scott Beckwith (13), Cody Condon (11), and Brett Bauman (10) also reached double figures for East Troy.


Sean Woodworth led Parkview with 14 points.


EAST TROY 69, PARKVIEW 42


Parkview (42)—K. Woodworth, 1-2-4; Hanson, 3-1-8; Melton, 2-1-5; Isenberger, 2-0-5; Wichser, 2-0-4; Nantz, 0-2-2; S. Woodworth, 7-0-14. Totals: 17-6-42.


East Troy (69)—Douglas, 6-0-16; Beckwith, 6-0-13; Bauman, 3-3-10; Schmidt, 1-0-3; Condon, 5-1-11; Windle, 4-1-9; Lager, 2-0-4, Olsen, 1-0-3. Totals: 28-5-69.


Orfordville Parkview 9 10 12 11—42


East Troy 13 17 23 16—69


Three-point goals—Parkview 2 (Hansen, Isenberger), East Troy 7 (Douglas 4, Beckwith 1, Bauman 1, Schmidt 1 Olsen 1). Free throws missed—Parkview 7, East Troy 6. Total fouls—Parkview 14, East Troy 12.


n McFarland 73, Palmyra-Eagle 39—Lucas Schmitz scored 21 points to lead McFarland (8-5l 5-4) past visiting Palmyra-Eagle (2-13, 0-11) in Rock Valley crossover action.


Brett Kaether and Derek Patton each added 11 points for McFarland. Chris McMillan led the Panthers with 10.


McFARLAND 73, PALMYRA-EAGLE 39


Palmyra-Eagle (39)—McGivern, 2-1-5; McMillan, 4-0-10; Watts, 1-0-2; Guthrie, 3-0-8; Tesch, 0-1-1; Meyer, 1-2-4; Peardon, 4-0-9. Totals: 15-4-39.


McFarland (73)—Eversoll, 3-0-7; T. Wedel, 1-0-2; Kaether, 3-4-11; P. Wedel, 1-0-2; Engelhart, 2-0-6; Dwyer, 2-1-5; Deer, 2-0-4; Johnson, 1-0-2; Wink, 1-0-2; Schmitz, 9-3-21; Patten, 5-1-11. Totals: 30-9-73


Palmyra-Eagle 9 11 9 10—39


McFarland 12 20 21 20—73


Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 5 (McMillan 2, Guthrie 2, Peardon), McFarland 4 (Eversoll, Kaether, Engelhart 2). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 7, McFarland 7. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 16, McFarland 14.



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