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Albany holds on to defeat Parkview

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Gazette Staff
December 15, 2010

Stephanie Aasen scored a game-high 26 points, including 12 of Parkview's 15 fourth-quarter points, but it wasn't enough as Albany pulled out a 43-42 nonconference victory Tuesday night in high school girls basketball.


Albany missed a free throw with three seconds left, but Parkview (1-3) was unable to get off a shot before the buzzer.


Hayli Peach scored 15 points, including three three-point baskets, to lead Albany.


ALBANY 43, PARKVIEW 42


Albany (43)—S. Bump, 0-7-7; Best, 4-0-8; C. Bump, 1-1-3; Peach, 4-4-15; Kauk, 2-0-4; Pfeuti, 1-4-6. Totals: 12-15-43.


Parkview (42)—Harnack, 2-3-8; Gestrich, 1-1-3; Aasen, 10-5-26; Wellnitz, 1-0-3; Breneman, 1-0-2. Totals: 15-9-42.


Albany 12 10 9 12—43


Parkview 6 11 10 15—42


Three-point goals—Albany 3 (Peach 3), Parkview 3 (Harnack, Aasen, Wellnitz); Free throws missed—Albany 9, Parkview 7. Total fouls—Albany 15, Parkview 19.


Junior varsity—Parkview 45, Albany 31.


-- Mineral Point 48, Brodhead 45—Hannah Lawinger hit a long three-point shot at the buzzer to send Mineral Point (2-2) past host Brodhead in nonconference girls basketball Tuesday.


Mariah Ahrens added 10 for the Cardinals (2-3 overall).


Lawinger finished with 14 for Mineral Points. Jeri Jo Cassidy led the winners with 16.


MINERAL POINT 48, BRODHEAD 45


Mineral Point (48)—Lawinger, 5-2-14; Steffes, 1-3-6; Mitchell, 2-0-5; Gevelinger, 2-0-4; Cassidy, 8-0-16; Goniene, 1-1-3. Totals: 19-6-48.


Brodhead (45)—Ahrens, 4-2-10; Pickel, 1-3-6; M. Mohns, 4-0-8; Douglas, 2-3-7; C. Mohns, 5-1-11; Duffield, 1-0-3. Totals: 17-9-45.


Mineral Point 9 10 18 11—48


Brodhead 13 11 9 12—45


Three-point goals—Mineral Point 4 (Lawinger 2, Mitchell, Steffes), Brodhead 2 (Pickel, Duffield). Free throws missed—Mineral Point 6, Brodhead 10. Total fouls—Mineral Point 15, Brodhead 15.


-- Turner 55, Williams Bay 36—Turner's Megan Grover scored 21 points as the Trojans defeated visitng Williams Bay.


Stephanie Tadje led the Bulldogs with 24 points.


TURNER 55, WILLIAMS BAY 36


Williams Bay (36)—Tadje, 11-2-24; Canda, 1-4-6; Newell, 1-0-2; Witt, 1-1-3; Perkins, 0-1-1. Totals: 14-8-36.


Turner (55)—Herold, 3-0-6; Grover, 9-3-21; Green, 2-1-5; N. Smith, 4-1-9; K. Smith, 2-0-5; Snippen, 3-3-9. Totals: 21-8-55.


Williams Bay 6 9 13 8—36


Beloit Turner 15 15 13 12—55


Three-point goals—Beloit Turner 1 (K. Smith). Free throws missed—Williams Bay 8, Beloit Turner 3. Total fouls—Williams Bay 9, Beloit Turner 15.


Big Eight


-- Middleton 56, Sun Prairie 35—Rachel Eklund scored 12 points, and Rachel Rongstad added 10 points to lead Middleton past host Sun Prairie in a Big Eight Conference game.


Middleton kept pace with Craig and East for first place, and the Cardinals play Craig on Friday night.


Middleton used a 21-9 second quarter to build a 26-14 halftime lead.


MIDDLETON 56, SUN PRAIRIE 35


Middleton (56)—McCauley, 7; Sullivan, 2; Passini, 3; Williams, 1; Gunderson, 7; Olson, 3; Dtaples, 5; Gardner, 4; Eklund, 12; Dolan, 2; Rongstad, 10. Totals: 11-13-56.


Sun Prairie (35)—Baldwin, 2; Stephan, 2; Lee, 2; Hoffmann, 5; Yentz, 13; Gipson, 11. Totals: 11-10-35.


Middleton 5 21 15 15—56


Sun Prairie 5 9 15 6—35


Three-point goals—Middleton 7 (McCauley, Passini, Gunderson, Olson, Staples, Gardner, Rongstad), Sun Prairie 1 (Yentz). Free throws missed—Middleton 9, Sun Prairie 2. Total fouls—Middleton 15, Sun Prairie 17.



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