Parker boys dominate Fort Atkinson

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Gazette Staff
Sunday, February 7, 2010
— Kyle Schroeder has been a part of the starting introductions.

The 6-foot-5 junior also has come off the bench for Janesville Parker High School’s boys basketball team.

Schroeder again came off the bench here Saturday and might have earned another start by scoring 16 points and grabbing eight rebounds to help the Vikings beat Fort Atkinson, 66-49, in a nonconference game.

“He played awesome,” Parker coach Ryan Masterson said.

Tyler Teubert also made a major contribution as Parker improved to 4-13 and dropped the Blackhawks to 2-16. The 6-3 senior forward scored 25 points and grabbed 13 rebounds.

Teubert scored six points in each of the first two quarters, then had five in the third and eight in the fourth as Parker maintained a double-digit lead through much of the game.

Overall, the Vikings’ rebounding was encouraging to their coach.

“We made a big emphasis on that,” Masterson said. “I was pleased with the effort on the boards.”

Masterson also was pleased with the way the Vikings built on their 27-15 halftime lead.

“We weren’t able to close it out against (Madison) West a few games ago,” Masterson said. “It’s important that the kids were able to play with the lead.”

Junior guard Brady Sexton and freshman guard Tanner Boos each scored 12 points to lead Fort Atkinson.

The Vikings play Sun Prairie at home Tuesday night and are at Janesville Craig on Friday.


Fort Atkinson (49)—Schwandt, 2-4-8; Boos, 2-6-12; Strom, 0-3-3; Sexton, 4-1-12; Edquist, 0-1-1; Stark, 1-4-7; Beaudo, 0-2-2; Hanson, 3-0-6. Totals: 12-21-49.

Parker (66)—Thompson, 3-2-9; Moe, 0-1-1; Teubert, 8-9-25; Lehr, 1-0-2; Knutson, 4-2-11; Schroeder, 7-2-16; Lloyd, 0-2-2. Totals: 23-18-66.

Fort Atkinson 7 8 15 19—49

Janesville Parker 13 14 18 21—66

Three-point goals—Fort Atkinson 4 (Sexton 3, Stark), Parker 2 (Thompson, Knutson). Free throws missed—Fort Atkinson 9, Parker 11. Total fouls—Fort Atkinson 21, Parker 23. Fouled out—Beaudo.

Sophomores—Parker won.

Last updated: 12:59 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

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