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McFarland's fourth quarter jolts Edgerton; Edgewood gets title clincher against Milton

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February 24, 2009

Rock Valley


boys basketball



League Season


W L W L


NORTH


East Troy 14 1 14 5


Evansville 12 3 14 5


Whitewater 10 5 12 7


Edgerton 9 6 13 6


McFarland 7 8 10 9


Jefferson 6 9 7 12


SOUTH


Brodhead 9 6 12 7


Big Foot 8 7 11 8


Beloit Turner 8 8 10 10


Parkview 5 11 7 13


Clinton 3 12 5 14


Palmyra-Eagle 0 15 2 17


RESULTS MONDAY


McFarland 32, Edgerton 31


Big Foot 74, Parkview 63


Lake Geneva Badger 74, East Troy 43 (NC)


Elkhorn 65, Jefferson 35 (NC)


GAMES FRIDAY


North


Edgerton at Evansville


Whitewater at East Troy


Jefferson at McFarland


South


Brodhead at Palmyra-Eagle


Big Foot at Clinton


Badger


boys basketball



SOUTH DIVISION


(League Final)


League Season


W L W L


Monroe 10 2 13 6


Edgewood 10 2 15 4


Stoughton 7 5 9 10


Milton 6 6 8 11


Oregon 6 6 7 12


Monona Grove 3 9 4 15


Fort Atkinson 0 12 1 18


NORTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Waunakee 11 1 16 3


Baraboo 9 3 16 3


Portage 8 4 14 5


Sauk Prairie 5 7 11 8


DeForest 5 7 8 11


Reedsburg 4 8 7 18


Mount Horeb 0 12 3 16


RESULTS MONDAY


South


Edgewood 66, Milton 52


North


DeForest 61, Mount Horeb 41


Nonconference


Watertown 58, Oregon 49


Edgerton High saw McFarland coming in the fourth quarter but couldn’t avoid a 32-31 loss in a Rock Valley North boys basketball makeup game Monday.


The visiting Cardinals ripped the Crimson Tide 15-6 in the final period for the victory, leaving Edgerton with its fifth straight loss. Aaron Dixon sank a three-point basket with less than a minute left to give McFarland the lead for good.


Lucas Schmitz scored 13 points for McFarland (10-9, 7-8), while Dixon added 11 as the Spartans pulled off a virtual repeat of their 30-28 win over Edgerton earlier this month.


Edgerton’s Bryan Gregory was held to eight points, 15 below his league-leading average. The Crimson Tide (13-6, 9-6) had no scorers in double figures.


McFARLAND 32, EDGERTON 31


McFarland (32)—Kaether, 2-0-6; Dixon, 4-0-11; Deer, 1-0-2; Schmitz, 5-3-13. Totals: 12-3-32.


Edgerton (31)—Ozga, 3-0-8; Perry, 1-0-2; Fox, 1-0-3; Dobratz, 0-2-2; Palet, 1-2-4; King, 2-0-4; B. Gregory, 2-4-8. Totals: 10-8-31.


McFarland 7 5 5 15—32


Edgerton 5 15 5 6—31


Three-point goals—McFarland 5 (Dixon 3, Kaether 2), Edgerton 3 (Ozga 2, Fox). Free throws missed—McFarland 3, Edgerton 4. Total fouls—McFarland 10, Edgerton 13.


n Big Foot 74, Parkview 63—The Chiefs rallied in the fourth quarter to pocket a come-from-behind victory, grab second place in the Rock Valley South and end preseason favorite Orfordville Parkview’s conference season at 5-11.


Parkview lead 53-51 after three quarters and pushed the margin to six in the final period, but Steve Dowden, Nate Nagel and Alec McGreevy combined for 19 points to give Big Foot (11-8, 8-7) a 23-10 advantage for the victory.


Nick Melton scored a game-high 27 points for Parkview, including 14 in the third quarter. Sean Woodworth had 13 points for the Vikings.


Nagel finished with 17 points, Dowden had 16, Mike Spadoni added 14 points, and McGreevy scored for Big Foot.


BIG FOOT 74, PARKVIEW 63


Big Foot (74)—Schaid, 1-0-2; Dowden, 4-5-16; Walker, 1-2-5; Keeler, 2-0-4; Kunes, 2-0-4; Nagel, 8-1-17; Spandoni, 3-7-14; McGreevy, 5-1-12. Totals: 26-16-74.


Parkview (63)—K. Woodworth, 2-5-9; Hanson, 2-0-5; Melton, 9-7-27; Isenberger, 1-0-3; Wichser, 0-1-1; Naatz, 1-0-3; Cox, 1-0-2; S. Woodworth, 6-1-13. Totals: 22-14-63.


Walworth Big Foot 16 16 19 23—74


Orfordville Parkview 19 13 21 10—63


Three-point goals—Big Foot 6 (Dowden 3, Walker, Spadoni, McGreevy), Parkview (Hanson Melton 2, Isenberger, Naatz). Free throws missed—Big Foot 7, Parkview 7. Fouled out—Jess.


Badger South


n Edgewood 66, Milton 52—The Crusaders (15-4, 10-2) came on strong in the fourth quarter to fight off visiting Milton and earn a tie with Monroe for the Badger South championship.


Derek Braucht scored 16 of his 25 points to pace Edgewood to a 27-22 halftime lead. The Crusaders gained a 22-13 advantage in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.


Mason Walters had a game-high 27 points for Milton (8-11, 6-6) and won Badger South scoring title with a 283 points and a 23.5 average.


EDGEWOOD 66, MILTON 52


Milton (52)—Knudtson, 2-2-6; Richards, 2-0-4; Farnsworth, 2-0-4; Walters, 8-9-27; McCarthy, 3-2-7; Hammon, 1-2-4. Totals: 18-14-52.


Edgewood (66)—Lagman, 3-2-8; Hird, 2-6-11; Brown, 0-2-2; Minnaert, 1-2-4; Braucht, 9-7-25; Docter, 1-0-2; Eshun, 1-0-3; Brink, 2-2-7; Wabers, 1-0-2. Totals: 21-21-66.


Milton 8 14 15 13—52


Edgewood 15 12 17 22—66


Three-point goals—Milton 2 (Walters), Edgewood 3 (Hird, Eshun, Brink). Free throws missed—Milton 3, Edgewood 12. Total fouls—Milton 21, Edgewood 18. Fouled out—Hammon.


Nonconference


n Elkhorn 65, Jefferson 35—Southern Lakes champion Elkhorn (17-2) had a 37-17 halftime lead en route to a nonconference win at Jefferson.


Max Findreng scored nine of his game-high 20 points in the second quarter to spark Elkhorn, the state’s ninth-ranked Division 1 team. Eric Bryson finished with 19 points for the Elks.


Trevor Probst scored 11 points for Jefferson (7-12).


ELKHORN 65, JEFFERSON 35


Elkhorn (65)—Gahart, 3-0-6; Olson, 1-0-2; O’Laughlin, 2-0-4; Findreng, 7-4-20; Lockhart, 1-0-3; Bryson, 6-5-19; Blackbourn, 1-1-3; Castro, 1-1-3; Cooper, 1-0-2; Schmidt, 1-0-2; Suchy, 0-1-1. Totals: 24-12-14 65.


Jefferson (35)—Probst, 3-4-11; Baumgard, 1-0-2; Tabor, 2-2-6; Linsey, 2-0-4; Tomczak, 2-0-4; Torres, 1-0-2; Neils, 2-0-4; Poredos, 1-0-2; toatls: 14-6-7 35.


Elkhorn 18 19 20 8—65


Jefferson 11 6 14 4—35


Three-point goals—Elkhorn 5 (Findreng 2, Bryson 2, Lockhart), Jefferson 1 (Probst), Free throws missed—Elkhorn 2, Jefferson 1. Total fouls—Elkhorn 15, Jefferson 15.


Nonconference


? n Badger 74, East Troy 43—The Badgers (10-9) clobbered the Rock Valley North champion Trojans (14-5) with 13 three-point baskets in a nonconference game at Lake Geneva.


Preston Dailey scored a game-high 19 points for Badger, including four three-point baskets. Austin Gaugert scored 18 points, including a team-leading five three-point goals. Braden Tice finished with 14 points, including four three-pointers for the Badgers.


Mitch Windle scored 17 points for East Troy.


BADGER 74, EAST TROY 43


East Troy (43)—Bouwman, 1-4-6; Penniston, 1-0-3; Condon, 2-3-7; Windle, 8-1-17; Olsen, 4-2-10. Totals: 16-10-43.


Badger (74)—Chironis, 2-1-5; Dailey, 7-1-19; Tice, 5-0-14; Bouris, 1-2-4; Gaugert, 6-2-18; Wieseman, 4-0-8; Meinen, 1-0-2; Lorenzi, 2-0-4. Totals: 28-5-74.


East Troy 9 12 14 8—43


Lake Geneva Badger 22 23 18 11—74


Three-point goals—East Troy 1 (Penniston), Badger 13 (Gaugert 5, Dailey 4, Tice 4, Gaugert 5, Chironis 2). Free throws missed—East Troy 5, Badger 5. Total fouls—East Troy 9, Badger 17.



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