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Evansville upsets East Troy; Edgerton falls at McFarland

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February 12, 2009

Rock Valley


boys basketball



League Season


W L W L


NORTH


East Troy 12 1 12 4


Evansville 10 3 12 5


Edgerton 9 3 13 3


Whitewater 8 5 10 7


McFarland 6 6 9 7


Jefferson 6 7 7 9


SOUTH


Brodhead 8 5 11 6


Beloit Turner 7 7 9 9


Big Foot 5 7 8 8


Parkview 4 9 6 11


Clinton 2 11 3 13


Palmyra-Eagle 0 13 2 15


RESULTS THURSDAY


North


Evansville 69, East Troy 62


McFarland 30, Edgerton28


Whitewater 67, Jefferson 45


South


Brodhead 58, Parkview 43


Turner 56, Clinton 38


Big Foot 62, Palmyra-Eagle 31


GAMES TUESDAY


North


Edgerton at Whitewater


McFarland at Evansville


Jefferson at East Troy


South


Big Foot at Brodhead


Turner at Palmyra-Eagle


Clinton at Parkview


Upsets prevailed in the Rock Valley North boys basketball Thursday night.


Evansville High rocked first-place East Troy, 69-61, to hand the Trojans their first conference loss. The Blue Devils (10-3) moved to within 1½ games of the Trojans (11-1).


Edgerton missed a chance to get to within a game of East Troy in the loss column by falling at McFarland, 30-28.


Evansville (12-5 overall) took control of the game with a 28-point third quarter, which turned a 29-28 halftime deficit into a 56-43 lead. The visiting Trojans never got closer than five points in the final quarter.


Brian Lunde scored seven of his 17 points for Evansville in the decisive third quarter, while Andrew Keister had six of his 19, and Jesse Deininger had six of his 15.


Danny Douglas and Mitch Windle each had 18 points for East Troy (12-4), and Scott Beckwith added 10.


EVANSVILLE 69, EAST TROY 61


East Troy (61)—Douglas, 7-0-18; Beckwith, 5-0-10; Bauman, 0-2-2; Condon, 4-0-8; Windle, 8-2-18; Olsen, 2-0-6. Totals: 26-4-62.


Evansville (69)—Deininger, 5-4-15; Lunde, 6-4-17; Keister, 6-2-19; Cook, 3-0-8; Nieman, 1-2-4; Moseley, 3-0-6. Totals: 26-12-69


East Troy 10 19 14 19—61


Evansville 13 15 28 13—69


Three-point goals—East Troy 6 (Douglas 4, Olsen 2), Evansville 5 (Cook 2, Deininger, Lunde, Keister). Free throws missed—East Troy 2, Evansville 7. Total fouls—East Troy 19, Evansville 12. Fouled out—Condon.


Junior varsity—East Troy 52, Evansville 34.


n McFarland 30, Edgerton 28—McFarland’s zone defense put a dent in Edgerton’s Rock Valley North title hopes.


The Wildcats limited visiting Edgerton’s leading scorer, Bryan Gregory, to 10 points to pull out the narrow win.


Lucas Schmitz hit one of two free throws for the winning margin with 20 seconds left, and the Crimson Tide couldn’t get off a decent shot in that time.


Keenen Deer led McFarland with 14 points, while Schmitz finished with 10.


Edgerton (13-3, 12-3) remains 2½ games behind division-leading East Troy.


McFARLAND 30, EDGERTON 28


Edgerton (28)—Ozga, 1-0-3; A. Gregory, 1-0-3; Eastman, 1-1-4; Dobratz, 1-2-4; Palet, 2-0-4; B. Gregory, 4-2-10. Totals: 10-5-28


McFarland (30)—Eversol, 1-0-3; T. Wedel, 0-1-1; Dixon, 1-0-2; Deer, 6-2-14; Schmitz, 3-4-10. Totals: 11-7-30.


Edgerton 5 10 6 7—28


McFarland 9 5 7 9—30


Three-point goals—Edgerton 4 (Ozga, A. Gregory, Eastman), McFarland 1 (Eversol). Free throws missed—Edgerton 6, McFarland 4. Total fouls—Edgerton 14, McFarland 15.


Junior varsity—McFarland 43, Edgerton 39.


n Whitewater 67, Jefferson 45—Axel Vohs scored 11 of his 16 points in a 22-9 second quarter to lead the visiting Whippets in a Rock Valley North win at Jefferson.


Whitewater (10-7, 8-5) pulled away to a 40-22 halftime lead in the big second quarter.


Miles Hookstead was the Whippets’ game leader with 23 points, and Tony Bilderback had 16. Senior guard Trevor Probst had 26 to lead the Eagles (7-9, 6-7).


WHITEWATER 67, JEFFERSON 45


Whitewater (67)—Vohs, 6-2-16; Taylor, 3-2-8; Hookstead, 9-4-23; Bilderback, 7-2-16; Michaels, 2-0-4. Totals: 27-10-67.


Jefferson (45)—Probst, 9-6-26; Nevins, 1-0-2; Tabor, 1-0-3; Linse, 0-1-1; Bare, 1-0-3; Tomczak, 1-0-2; Torres, 0-2-2; Neils, 1-0-2; Vogel, 1-0-2; Poredos, 1-0-2. Totals: 16-9-45.


Whitewater 18 22 9 18—67


Jefferson 13 9 13 10—45


Three-point goals—Whitewater 3 (Vohs 2, Hookstead), Jefferson 4 (Probst 2, Tabor, Bare). Free throws missed—Whitewater 6, Jefferson 7. Total fouls—Whitewater 17, Jefferson 15.


South


n Brodhead 58, Parkview 43—J.J. Panoske scored 21 points, and Ryan Miller added 18 as the visiting Cardinals (11-6, 8-5) rolled over Parkview (6-11, 4-9) to protect their Rock Valley South lead.


Brodhead took control with a 28-11 advantage in the second and third quarters.


Parkview’s Nick Melton led all scorers 26 points.


BRODHEAD 58, PARKVIEW 43


Brodhead (58)—Peterson, 0-1-1; Miller, 8-2-18; Cole, 3-4-12; A. Wallace, 0-2-2; Jacobson, 0-4-4; Panoske, 8-4-21. Totals:


Parkview (43)—Hanson, 1-0-3; Melton, 10-5-26; Jess, 0-1-1; Isenberger, 3-0-7; Wixor, 1-0-2; S. Woodworth, 2-0-4.


Brodhead 10 15 13 20—58


Orfordville Parkview 11 7 4 21—43


Three-point goals—Brodhead 3 (Cole 2, Panoske), Parkview 3 (Melton, Hanson, Isenberger). Free throws missed—Brodhead 11, Parkview 3. Total fouls—Brodhead 13, Parkview 23.


Junior varsity—Brodhead won.


n Big Foot 62, Palmyra-Eagle 31—Big Foot (8-8, 5-7) scored the first 17 points and went on to trounce last-place Palmyra-Eagle (2-15, 0-13) in a Rock Valley South game.


Alec McGreevy scored 15 points, and Nathan Nagel added 12 for the Chiefs.


BIG FOOT 62, PALMYRA-EAGLE 31


Palmyra-Eagle (31)—McGivern, 1-5-7; McMillan, 2-1-6; Watts, 2-0-4; Guthrie, 2-0-6; Tesch, 1-0-3; Meyer, 1-0-2; Peardon, 1-0-3. Totals: 10-6-31.


Big Foot (62)—Schaid, 1-0-2; Dowden, 3-0-6; Greben, 3-0-6; Keeler, 4-0-8; Kunes, 3-1-7; Nagel, 5-2-12; Spadoni, 2-2-6; McGreevy, 6-2-15. Totals: 27-7-62.


Palmyra-Eagle 2 11 4 14—31


Walworth Big Foot 24 19 12 7—62


Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 5 (McMillan, Guthrie 2, Tesch, Peardon), Big Foot 1 (McGreevy). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 5, Big Foot 5. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 10, Big Foot 12.


Junior varsity—Big Foot 66, Palmyra-Eagle 39.


n Turner 56, Clinton 38—Beloit Turner (9-0, 7-7) kept the heat on Brodhead in the Rock Valley South by pulling away from a 25-19 halftime lead at Clinton.


The Trojans put the game out of reach in a 19-9 third quarter.


Jordan Conway and Aaron Jones led Turner with 17 and 15 points, respectively. Justin Gunderson had 10 for Clinton (3-13, 2-11).


TURNER 56, CLINTON 38


Turner (56)—Conway, 8-1-17; Jones, 6-2-15; Bernstein, 4-1-9; Hallmark, 1-2-4; Jacobs, 0-4-4; Pinckney, 1-1-3; Hill, 1-0-2; Porter, 1-0-2. Totals: 22-11-56.


Clinton (38)—Gunderson, 5-0-10; DeLong, 3-2-8; Moen, 2-0-6; Wisowaty, 1-2-5; Oldenburg, 1-1-3; Crivello, 0-3-3; Eliszewski, 1-0-2; Cernek, 0-1-1. Totals: 13-9-38.


Beloit Turner 15 10 17 14—56


Clinton 11 8 7 12—38


Three-point goals—Turner 1 (Jones), Clinton 2 (Moen 2), Free throws missed—Turner 7, Clinton 9. Total fouls—Turner 16, Clinton 14. Fouled out—DeLong.




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