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Beloit boys bounce Randolph

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Gazette Staff
December 31, 2010

Beloit Memorial finished off a successful 2010 by defeating Randolph, 57-48, in the championship game of the Waterford boys basketball tournament Thursday night.


The Purple Knights (9-1) outscored the Rockets (8-2), 31-16, in the middle two quarters to take command.


Beloit used pressure defense to get its running game going in the decisive two quarters, then used some accurate three-point shooting to put the Rockets behind for good.


Dennis Crosby hit a trio of threes en route to 13 points. Cameron Roegner led the Purple nights with 14 points. Mike Weston had 10.


Senior guard T.J. Huizenga led the Rockets with 21 points.


BELOIT 57, RANDOLPH 48


Beloit (57)—Weston, 4-2-10; Winston, 2-0-4; Crosby, 4-2-13; Broomfield, 3-0-7; Roegner, 6-1-14; Shamsid-Deen, 4-0-9. Totals: 23-5-57.


Randolph (48)—Taylor, 0-1-1; Thoreson, 1-0-3; Huizenga, 9-2-21; Retzlaff, 0-3-4; Kampstra, 4-4-13; Roberts, 1-0-2; Peters, 2-0-5. Totals: 17-10-48.


Beloit 13 17 14 13—57


Randloph 15 6 10 17—48


Three-point goals—Beloit 6 (Crosby 3, Roegner, Broomfield, Shamsid-Deen), Randolph 4 (Sorenson, Huizenga, Kamszar, Peters). Free throws missed—Beloit 3, Randolph 4. Total fouls—Beloit 13, Randolph 13.


-- Waukesha South 70, Delavan-Darien 52—Tim Woodford scored 23 points to lead the Blackshirts to the win in the Waukesha South Holiday Tournament.


Raheem Heidelburg scored 19 points for the Comets (0-8), while Marcus McLin added 15.


WAUKESHA SOUTH 70, DELAVAN-DARIEN 52


Waukesha South (70)—Hassinger, 3-0-6; Toleffery, 1-0-2; Tomach, 4-0-10; Koenig, 1-1-3; Woodford, 10-3-23; Barker, 3-1-7; Papez, 4-0-8; Cowger, 2-0-4; Glehart, 1-0-2; Halverson, 1-0-2; Nitka, 1-0-3. Totals: 31-5-70.


Delavan-Darien (52)—McLin, 6-2-15; Heidelburg, 8-0-19; Mansfield, 1-0-3; Huld, 2-2-6; Polzin, 4-1-9. Totals: 21-5-52.


Waukesha South 16 12 20 22—70


Delavan-Darien 7 16 9 20—52


Three-point goals—Waukesha South 2 (Tomach 2), Delavan-Darien 5 (Heidelberg 3, McLin, Mansfield). Free throws missed—Waukesa South 6, Delavan-Darien 5. Total fouls—Waukesha South 9, Delavan-Darien 16.


-- Brodhead 60, Milwaukee Science 41—J.J. Panoske, a UW-Milwaukee recruit, scored 29 points to lead the Cardinals to the win in the consolation game of the Cuba City Tournament.


Brodhead (4-4) led 17-2 after the first quarter and never looked back.


BRODHEAD 60, MILWAUKEE SCIENCE 41


Brodhead (60)—Earleywine, 4-2-10; Trueblood, 1-0-2; Wallace, 0-2-2; McKee, 2-1-5; Jordan, 1-0-2; Jacobson, 2-6-10; Panoske, 10-5-29. Totals: 20-16-60.


Milwaukee Science (41)—Harris, 1-3-5; Rogers, 1-0-2; Hickman, 6-0-16; Stewart, 2-0-4; Owens, 2-0-4; Crawford, 2-0-4; Gladney, 3-0-6. Totals: 17-3-41.


Brodhead 17 9 15 17—60


Milw. Science 2 9 11 19—41


Three-point goals—Brodhead 4 (Panoske 4), Milwaukee Science 4 (Hickman). Free throws missed—Brodhead 7, Milwaukee Science 3. Total fouls—Brodhead 7, Milwaukee Science 18.


-- Edgerton 51, Cambridge 44—Tyler Oren had 10 of his game-high 16 points in the third quarter to lead the Crimson Tide to the win in the title game of the Edgerton Holiday Tournament.


Tyler Dobratz added 13 points for Edgerton (6-4), while Zach Nelson chipped in 10.


Adam Gobel had 16 points for Cambridge.


EDGERTON 51, CAMBRIDGE 44


Cambridge (44)—Gobel, 4-6-16; Bartz, 0-1-1; Prescott, 1-4-7; Bowe, 5-0-10; P. Mickelson, 1-1-3; S. Mickelson, 1-3-7. Totals: 14-13-44.


Edgerton (51)—Samuelson, 4-0-8; Olstad, 0-4-4; Oren, 5-3-16; Nelson, 2-6-10; Dobratz, 3-7-13. Totals: 14-20-51.


Cambridge 8 5 11 20—44


Edgerton 11 4 16 20—51


Three-point goals—Cambridge 3 (Gobel 2, Prescott), Edgerton 3 (Oren 3). Free throws missed—Cambridge 6, Edgerton 5. Cambridge 21, Edgerton 18. Fouled out—S. Mickelson, Nelson.


-- Monticello 58, Central Christian 52—Tyler Ritschard and Cory McGowan had 15 points each to help the Ponies win the consolation game of the Edgerton Holiday Tournament.


-- Palmyra-Eagle 37, Belleville 23—The Panthers, behind 11 points from Kevin McGivern, pulled away in the second half to win their own tournament title.


Palmyra-Eagle led by one at half but outscored Belleville 13-5 in the third.


PALMYRA-EAGLE 35, BELLEVILLE 23


Belleville (23)—Rear, 1-0-2; Stoikes, 1-0-3; Haak, 1-0-3; Hehm, 1-2-5; Binger, 1-0-2; Woods, 1-4-7; Meier, 0-1-1. Totals: 6-7-23.


Palmyra-Eagle (35)—McGivern, 5-0-11; Houk, 1-1-4; Kelly, 2-0-4; Orona, 2-0-4; Troiola, 4-1-9; Kelly, 1-0-3. Totals: 15-2-35.


Belleville 6 5 5 7—23


Palmyra-Eagle 7 5 13 10—35


Three-point goals—Belleville 4 (Woods, Stoikes, Haak, Hehm), Palmyra-Eagle 3 (Kelly, McGivern, Houk). Free throws missed—Belleville 3, Palmyra-Eagle 2. Total fouls—Belleville 12, Palmyra-Eagle 12.


-- Johnson Creek 69, Williams Bay 49—Colton Weller erupted for 38 points to lead the Bluejays to the win in the consolation game of the Palmyra-Eagle Tournament.


Lawrence Crement had 13 points for the Bulldogs.


JOHNSON CREEK 69, WILLIAMS BAY 49


Williams Bay (49)—Lechelt, 3-0-6; Crement, 4-5-13; Klyukuin, 2-0-5; Pharris, 2-4-10; Roth, 1-1-3; Hills, 4-3-12. Totals: 16-13-49.


Johnson Creek (69)—Rodriguez, 1-0-2; Rank, 1-4-6; Weller, 13-7-38; Emreth, 1-1-3; Baker, 4-3-12; Walling, 3-0-8. Totals: 23-15-69.


Williams Bay 15 14 8 12—49


Johnson Creek 18 8 28 15—69


Three-point goals—Williams Bay 4 (Pharris 2, Klyukuin 1, Hills 1), Johnson Creek 8 (Weller 5, Walling 2, Baker 1). Free throws missed—Williams Bay 11, Johnson Creek 9. Total fouls—Williams Bay 22, Johnson Creek 18.



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