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December 11, 2010

Rock Valley


girls basketball



League Season


W L W L


NORTH


East Troy 2 0 3 0


Edgerton 2 0 3 0


Whitewater 1 1 2 1


McFarland 1 1 2 3


Jefferson 0 2 0 3


Evansville 0 2 0 4


SOUTH


Brodhead 2 0 2 2


Turner 1 1 4 2


Clinton 1 1 2 2


Big Foot 1 1 1 2


Parkview 1 1 1 2


Palmyra-Eagle 0 2 0 3


RESULTS FRIDAY


North


Edgerton 66, McFarland 54


Whitewater 70, Jefferson 47


East Troy 56, Evansville 24


South


Parkview 66, Clinton 60


Turner 48, Palmyra-Eagle 14


Brodhead 62, Big Foot 21


GAMES THURSDAY


Big Foot at Edgerton


Parkview at Jefferson


Clinton at Whitewater


Palmyra-Eagle at East Troy


Brodhead at McFarland


Turner at Evansville


In a gymnasium full of pink, Parkview High School girls basketball team also made it a dazzling royal blue night at Orfordville.


Melissa Harnack led the way a career-high 24 points Friday as the host Vikings celebrated the breast cancer fundraising night with an impressive 66-60 victory over Clinton in a key Rock Valley South game.


The defending division champions (1-2) notched their first win of the season to leave both teams at 1-1 in the conference.


Stephanie Aasen scored eight of her 19 points in the first quarter to help Parkview build a 21-10 lead. Clinton was within 31-26 by halftime, but the Vikings answered with a 21-16 advantage in the third quarter to regain a firm grip.


Aasen, a 5-8 senior forward, made three of five free throws down the stretch to help seal the victory. Harnack, a 5-5 senior guard, turned in a steady performance throughout the game and finished with four of Parkview’s five three-point goals.


Olivia Nickel, a 6-foot junior center, led Cklinton with 14 points before fouling out. Freshman guard Megan Lantz had 13 for the Cougars, who fell to 2-2 for the season.


PARKVIEW 66, CLINTON 60


Clinton (60)—J. Ciochon, 1-1-3; Jacobson, 1-0-2; Lantz, 2-7-13; T. Ciochon, 1-0-2; Nickel, 5-4-14; Popanz, 4-1-9; Niemann, 4-1-9; Kemp, 4-0-8. Totals: 22-14-60.


Parkview (66)—Danielson, 2-3-7; Harnack, 10-4-24; Strzok, 1-0-2; Gestrich, 2-1-5; Aasen, 7-15-19; Wellnitz, 4-0-9. Totals: 26-9-60.


Clinton 10 16 16 18—60


Orfordville Parkview 21 10 21 14—66


Three-point goals—Clinton 2 (Lantz 2), Parkview (Harnack 4, Wellnitz). Free throws missed—Clinton 14, Parkview 19. Total fouls—Clinton 25, Parkview 23. Fouled out—Nickel, Kemp.


Junior varsity—Parkview 54, Clinton 43.


n Brodhead 62, Big Foot 21—Taylor Douglas and her Brodhead rolled over Walworth Big Foot to grab the undisputed Rock Valley South lead.


The host Cardinals cruised to a a 34-12 halftime lead.


Douglas had 15 points, and Amanda Pickel added 10 as the Cardinals improved to 2-0 in the conference and 2-2 overall.


Big Foot (1-2, 1-1) was held to six points in the second and third quarter combined.


BRODHEAD 62, BIG FOOT 21


Big Foot (21)—Petkoff, 4; Kovarik, 6; Spangler, 8; Lueck, 2; Miller, 1. Totals: 7-6-21.


Brodhead (62)—Heller, 5; Ahrens, 9; Pickel, 10; McGurie, 2; M. Mohns, 7; Douglas, 15; C. Mohns, 11; Duffield, 3. Totals: 23-11-62.


Walworth Big Foot 9 3 3 6—21


Brodhead 17 17 25 3—62


Three-point goals—Big Foot 1 (Spangler), Brodhead 5 (Pickel 2, M. Mohns, Douglas, Duffield). Free throws missed—big Foot 6, Brodhead 5. Total fouls—Big Foot 13, Brodhead 15.


n Turner 48, Palmyra-Eagle 14—Megan Grover scored 17 points to lead the Trojans (4-2, 1-1) to a Rock Valley South win at Palmyra.


Turner led 29-6 at halftime in dropping the Panthers to 0-3 and 0-2.


TURNER 48, PALMYRA-EAGLE 14


Turner (48)—Herold, 2-1-5; Waldez, 1-0-2; Grover, 6-4-17; Green, 2-2-6; N. Smith, 4-0-8; K. Smith, 3-0-6; Stackhouse, 1-0-2; Snippen, 2-0-4. Totals: 20-7-48.


Palmyra-Eagle (14)—Laine, 2-0-4; Watts, 0-1-1; Giese, 1-0-2; Pocizweski, 2-0-4; Mueller, 1-0-2; Baranowski, 0-1-1. Totals: 6-4-14.


Turner 15 14 12 7—48


Palmyra-Eagle 4 2 4 4—14


Three-point goals—Turner 1 (Grover). Free throws missed—Turner 9, Palmyra-Eagle 4. Total fouls—Turner 18, Palmyra-Eagle 18.


North


n Whitewater 70, Jefferson 47—Julia Shelbourn scored 16 points to lead three Whippet double-figure scorers as Whitewater evened its Rock Valley North record to 1-1.


Brooke Trewyn added 15 points, and Molly Griep scored 14 as Whitewater improved to 2-1 overall.


Joann Ruehl had 18 points for the Eagles (0-3, 0-2).


WHITEWATER 70, JEFFERSON 47


Jefferson (47)—Wellnitz, 2-2-6; Wagner, 2-0-6; Wegner, 2-2-6; Ruehl, 6-6-18; Janney, 2-1-5; Hutchinson, 1-0-2; Schreiner, 1-0-2. Totals: 14-11-47.


Whitewater (70)—Masterson, 1-2-5; Harty, 3-1-7; Trewyn, 7-1-15; Gabbey, 1-0-2; Runez, 1-5-7; Shelbourn, 7-2-16; Griep, 4-6-14; Samuels, 2-0-4-4. Totals: 17-11-47.


Jefferson 13 13 12 9—47


Whitewater 15 17 22 16—70


Three-point goals—Jefferson 2 (Wagner 2), Whitewater 1 (Masterson). Free throws missed—Jefferson 8, Whitewater 17. Total fouls—Jefferson 25, Whitewater 23. Fouled out—Janney, Hutchinson.


n East Troy 56, Evansville 24—Breana Gaspervich scored 17 points and teammate Alicia Oleson added 12 points as the unbeaten Trojans (3-0, 2-0) defeated the visitng Blue Devils (-4, 0-2) in the Rock Valley North.


Thje Trojans were out of reached after a 17-5 first quarter.


EAST TROY 56, EVANSVILLE 24


Evansville (24)—Kinney 1-0-3; Eager 0-1-1; Gregg 0-1-1; Westrick 0-5-5; Klitzman 1-0-2; White 0-1-1; Sperry 1-0-3; Phalin 1-2-4; Abbey 1-2-4. Totals: 5-12-24.


East Troy (56)—Olson 0-1-1; Oleson 4-3-12; Balcerowski 1-0-2; Verick 2-1-5; Gaspervich 4-8-17; Atchinson 1-2-4; Lambrechts 2-0-4; Dolan 0-1-1; Bakku 3-0-6; Reimer 2-0-4. Totals: 19-16-56.


Evansville 5 8 5 6—24


East Troy 17 11 13 15—56


Three-point goals—Evansville 2 (Kinney, Sperry), East Troy 2 (Oleson, Gaspervich). Free throws missed—Evansville 12, East Troy 11. total fouls—Evansville 21, East Troy 21. Fouled out—Beggs.



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