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East Troy clinches Rock Valley North boys title

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February 21, 2009

Rock Valley


boys basketball



League Season


W L W L


NORTH


East Troy 14 1 14 4


Evansville 12 3 14 5


Whitewater 10 5 12 7


Edgerton 9 5 13 5


McFarland 6 8 9 9


Jefferson 6 9 7 11


SOUTH


Brodhead 9 6 12 7


Beloit Turner 8 8 10 10


Big Foot 7 7 10 8


Parkview 5 10 7 12


Clinton 3 12 5 14


Palmyra-Eagle 0 15 2 17


RESULTS FRIDAY


North


East Troy 65, Edgerton 63


Evansville 50, Jefferson 42


Whitewater 47, McFarland 44


South


Brodhead 55, Turner 43


Big Foot 63, Parkview 55


Clinton 73, Palmyra-Eagle 58


GAMES MONDAY


McFarland at Edgerton


Big Foot at Parkview


GAMES NEXT FRIDAY


North


Edgerton at Evansville


Whitewater at East Troy


Jefferson at McFarland


South


Brodhead at Palmyra-Eagle


Big Foot at Clinton


Cody Condon and his East Troy High School boys basketball teammates clinched the Rock Valley North undisputed championship Friday night, thanks to a clutch performance at the foul line.


Condon scored 18 points, including eight free throws in the fourth quarter, as visiting East Troy (14-4, 14-1) held off Edgerton, 65-63.


In snapping the Crimson Tide (13-5, 9-5) for the second time in 10 days, the Trojans (14-4) pushed their conference record to 14-1 and maintained a two-game lead over second-place Evansville (12-3) with only one to go.


Edgerton (13-5, 9-5) rallied from an early 12-point lead to trail only 33-31 at halftime and take a two-point lead late in the fourth quarter. East Troy retaliated with a 7-0 run for a five point lead. After Christian Fox hit a three-point to pull the Tide within two in the closing seconds, the Trojans didn’t have to in-bound the ball as time ran out.


Danny Douglas led East Troy with 19 points, and Mitch Windle added 14. Edgerton’s Bryan Gregory led all scorers with 20 points, but his team suffered its fourth straight loss.


EAST TROY 65, EDGERTON 63


East Troy (65)—Douglas, 8-0-19; Beckwith, 2-0-5; Condon, 4-9-18; Windle, 7-0-14; Olson, 2-4-9. Totals: 23-13-65.


Edgerton (63)—Ozga, 1-4-7; A. Gregory, 3-0-8; Eastman, 2-1-5; Perry, 4-0-8; Fox, 1-0-3; Dobratz, 4-1-9; Pallet, 1-1-3; B. Gregory, 7-6-20. Totals: 23-13-63.


East Troy 22 11 18 14—65


Edgerton 10 21 13 19—63


Three-point goals—East Troy 6 (Douglas 3, Condon, Douglas, Olson), Edgerton 4 (A. Gregory 2, Ozga, Fox). Free throws missed—East Troy 5, Edgerton 7. Total fouls—East Troy 18, Edgerton 15.


n Evansville 50, Jefferson 42—Brian Lunde made four of five free throws down the stretch to give visiting Blue Devils (14-5, 12-3) a victory that clinched second place in the Rock Valley North.


Evansville led 34-29 after three quarters, but Jefferson got within three points with more than a minute remaining on Tyler Tomczak’s three-point basket. Lunde then made his four free throws to seal the Blue Devils’ victory.


Casey Moseley scored 11 points for Evansville. Bryan Poredos led Jefferson (7-11, 6-9) with 13 points, and Tomczak finished with 10.


The Eagles’ Trevor Probst, who averages 21 points, was held to five.


EVANSVILLE 50, JEFFERSON 42


Evansville (50)—Deininger, 3-0-7; Lunde, 2-4-8; Keister, 3-3-9; Nieman, 4-1-9; Erickson, 3-0-6; Moseley, 5-0-11. Totals: 20-8-10 50.


Jefferson (42)—Probst, 2-0-5; Tabor, 3-0-6; Tomczak, 4-1-10; Torres, 3-1-7; Neils, 0-1-1; Poredos, 5-1-13. Totals: 17-4-9 42.


Evansville 8 11 15 16—50


Jefferson 9 9 11 13—42


Three-point goals—Evansville 2 (Deininger, Moseley), Jefferson 4 (Probst, To,mczak. Poredos 2). Free thross missed totla fols—Evans 10, Jeff 12.


n Whitewater 47, McFarland 44—Miles Hookstead’s lay-up with 20 seconds left put the finishing touches on Whitewater’s Rock Valley South victory at McFarland.


Hookstead’s basket gave the Whippets their final three-point margin. McFarland couldn’t connect on two three-point attempts in the closing seconds.


Whitewater (12-7, 10-5) jumped off to 18-11 lead in the first quarter, but McFarland (9-9, 6-8) was within 28-24 by halftime, and it remained close the rest of the way.


Hookstead finished with 13 points. Tony Bilderback also had 13 for the Whippets, and teammate Axel Vohs added 10.


McFarland’s Lucas Schmitz took game honors with 21 points.


WHITEWATER 47, McFARLAND 44


Whitewater (47)—Vohs, 5-0-10; Shears, 2-0-5; Taylor, 1-0-2; Hookstead, 6-1-13; Bilderback, 5-1-13; Gabbey, 2-0-4. Totals: 21-2-47.


McFarland (44)—Eversoll, 0-1-1; Wedel, 1-1-3; Kaether, 2-1-7; Dixon, 3-2-8; Deer, 1-0-2; Schmitz, 10-1-21; Patten, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-6-44.


Whitewater 18 8 12 9—47


McFarland 11 13 10 10—44


Three-point goals—Whitwagter 3 (Vohs, Bilderback 2), McFarland 2 (Kaether 2). Free throws missed—Whitewater 3, McFarland 7. Total fouls—Whitewater 13, McFarland 9.


South


n Clinton 73, Palmyra-Eagle 58—Justin Gunderson scored of seven of his 16 in a 17-10 first quarter to ignite Clinton (5-14, 3-12) in a Rock South win at Palmyra.


Zach Wisowaty scored 15 points for the Cougars, and Austin DeLong added 14.


Chris McMillan led Palmyra-Eagle (2-17, 0-15) and all scorers with 20 points. Dan Meyer had 17 for the Panthers, and Ken McGivern added 10.


CLINTON 73, PALMYRA-EAGLE 58


Clinton (73)—Moen 3-0-7, DeLong 6-2-14, Gunderson 7-0-16, North 1-2-5, Wisowaty 5-4-15, Cernek 2-0-4, Falk 0-1-1, Nickel 2-1-5, Oldenburg 1-0-2, Eliszewski 2-0-4. Totals: 29-10-73.


Palmyra-Eagle (58)—McGivern 3-4-10, McMillan 7-3-20, Tesch 0-2-2, Watts 0-2-2, Hein 2-2-6, Meyer 5-7-17, Troiola 0-1-1. Totals: 17-21-58.


Clinton 17 17 21 18—73


Palmyra-Eagle 10 13 20 15—58


Three-point goals—Clinton 5 (Gunderson 2, Moen 1, North 1, Wisowaty 1), Palmyra-Eagle 3 (McMillan 3). Free throws missed—Clinton 7, Palmyra-Eagle 8. Total fouls—Clinton 19, Palmyra-Eagle 16.


n Big Foot 63, Parkview 55—Big Foot (10-8, 7-7) pulled away from a 23-23 halftime tie for Rock Valley South win over Parkview (7-12, 5-10) at Walworth.


The Chiefs took a 41-36 lead into the fourth quarter, then put the game of reach with Nathan Nagel scoring seven points and Alec McGreevy adding five in the last eight minutes.


athan Nagel scored 18 points as Big Foot (10-8, 8-7) knocked off Parkview (7-12, 5-10).


Nick Melton had 24 points for Parkview, and Sean Woodworth added 19 for the Vikings, but Big Foot’s balance paid off. Nagel led the Chiefs with 18 points, while McGreevy and Michael Spadoni added 125 apiece.


BIG FOOT 63, PARKVIEW 55


Parkview (55)—K. Woodworth, 2-0-4; Hanson, 2-0-5; Melton, 9-5-24; Jess, 0-2-2; Cox, 0-1-1; S. Woodworth, 7-4-19. Totals: 20-12-55.


Big Foot (63)—Schaid, 1-0-2; Walker, 4-0-9; Keeler, 2-0-4; Nagel, 7-3-18; Spadoni, 5-5-15; McGreevy, 4-7-15. Totals: 23-15-63.


Orfordville Parkview 8 15 13 19—55


Walworth Big Foot 11 12 18 22—63


Three-point goals—Parkview 3 (Hanson, Melton, S. Woodworth), Big Foot 2 (Walker, Nagel). Free throws missed—Parkview 6, Big Foot 16. Total fouls—Parkview 23, Big Foot 17. Fouled out—Keeler.



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