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Parkview rolls to South lead, other scores

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February 16, 2010

Orfordville Parkview High School used a strong third quarter to defeat visiting Clinton, 51-35, in Rock Valley South girls basketball Monday.


The victory lifted the Vikings (15-2, 11-2) into undisputed first place, a half-game ahead of Brodhead (11-6, 10-2).


The Vikings pounded the Cougars 22-5 in the third quarter to take the lead for good,


43-26. Parkview had seven of 12 players score in the third quarter.


Jenna Larsen scored 12 points and Stephanie Aasen added 11 for the Vikings. Clinton (8-11, 4-9) did not have a player in double figures.


PARKVIEW 51, CLINTON 35

Clinton (35)—Nickel, 3-2-8; Harsevoort, 3-0-8; McConnell, 0-2-2; Schultz, 1-0-2; Popanz, 4-1-9; Kemp, 3-0-6. Totals: 14-5-35.


Parkview (51)—Danielson, 1-1-3; Neal, 3-2-8; Larsen, 5-0-12; Aasen, 3-5-11; Ryan, 3-0-6; Koch. 2-0-5; Wellnitz, 3-0-6. Totals: 20-8-51.


Clinton 14 7 5 9—35


Orfordville Parkview 11 10 22 8—51


Three-point goals—Clinton 2 (Harsevoort), Parkview 3 (Larsen 2, Koch). Free throws missed—Clinton 8, Parkview 5. Total fouls—Clinton 9, Parkview 11. Fouled out—Schultz.


-- McFarland 62, Big Foot 57—Jordyn Courier scored 25 points and went over the 1,000-point mark with 1,020 for her career, but it wasn’t enough for the Chiefs.


Kaitlynn Eversoll scored 15 of her game-high 31 points in the fourth quarter, including 12 of 14 from the free-throw line to lift the Spartans. McFarland went 23 for 27 from the foul line, while Big Foot (9-7, 7-4) made just six for eight free throws for the game.


The victory boosted McFarland (12-5, 9-3) into a tie for first place with Edgerton (10-7, 9-3) in the Rock Valley North.


McFarland and Big Foot played to a 29-29 halftime tie. McFarland pounded Big Foot, 15-8, in the third quarter to take the lead for good, 34-27.


Haley Schwartz added 13 points for Big Foot.


McFARLAND 62, BIG FOOT 57

McFarland (62)—Eversoll, 7-14-31; Blaser, 2-1-5; Alsmo, 4-5-13; Ujke, 2-0-4; Culver, 0-2-2; Walker, 3-1-7. Totals: 18- 23-27 62.


Big Foot (57)—Young, 3-0-6; Schwartz. 6-0-13; Isham, 2-0-4; Courier, 9-3-25; Spangler, 2-2-6; Utesch, 1-1-3. Totals: 23-6-8 57.


McFarland 11 18 15 18—62


Walworth Big Foot 12 17 8 20—57


Three-point goals—McFarland 3 (Eversoll), Bif Foot 5 (Schwartz, Courier 4). Free thriows missed—McFarland 4, Big Foot 2. Total fouls—McFarland 14, Big Foot 18. Fouled put—Young.


-- Jefferson 51, East Troy 49—Senior guard Caylee Cottrell’s last-second basket lifted Jefferson to a Rock Valley North win at East Troy.


The victory pulled the defending champion Eagles (11-6, 9-4) to with a half-game of co-leaders Edgerton and McFarland, both 9-3 in conference play.


Game details and a box score were not available.


Nonconference

-- Badger 57, Fort Atkinson 55—The Badgers withstood the Blackhawks’ fourth-quarter rally to notch a nonconference victory.


Badger took a 46-35 lead into the fourth quarter and survived the Blackhawks’ 20-11 run for the victory.


Gina Ambrose made 12 of 14 free throws, including six of seven in the fourth quarter for Badger (4-13). Ambrose finished with a game-high 33 points.


Marie Fitzgerald scored 17 points to pace Fort (5-13).


BADGER 57, FORT ATKINSON 55

Fort Atkinson (55)—Lanza, 0-2-2; Weigand, 4-6-15; Bare, 3-0-9; Boos, 1-2-4; Fitzgerald, 6-1-17; White, 1-0-2; Pfeifer, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-11-55.


Badger (57)—Kopp, 2-0-6; Ambrose, 9-12-33; Fronberry, 2-0-4; Schulting, 4-1-9; Reck, 1-0-2; Ketchpaw, 1-1-3. Totals: 19-14-57.


Fort Atkinson 15 7 13 20—55


Lake Geneva Badger 15 21 10 11—57


Three-point goals—Fort Atkinson 8 (Lanza, Weigand 3, Fitzgerald 4). Badger 5 (Kopp 2, Ambrose 3). Free throws missed—Fort Atkinson 6, Badger 6. Total fouls—Fort Atkinson 18, Badger 16.


-- Monroe 58, Waunakee 40—The Cheesemakers blasted the Warriors 35-15 in the first half en route to a nonconference victory.


Ashley Hermanson scored 10 of her 16 points in the first half for Division 2 top-ranked Monroe (18-0). Jamie Armstrong made eight straight free throws in the second quarter and finished with 12 points for Monroe.


MONROE 58, WAUNAKEE 40

Waunakee (40)—Johnson, 1-0-2; Dailey, 1-0-3; Statz, 3-0-7; Murray, 0-4-4; Jones, 0-1-1; May, 0-2-2; Simms, 2-1-5; Hagen, 1-0-2; VandenBrook. 1-0-2; Preston, 6-0-12; Totals: 15-8-40.


Monroe (58)—Broce,. 1-0-2; Sutter, 0-4-4; Ritschard, 2-4-8; Sellnow, 2-3-8; Hermanson, 7-2-16; Armstrong 2-8-12; Ditter, 4-0-8; Totals: 18-21-58.


Waunakee 4 11 12 13—40


Monroe 14 21 13 10—58


Three-point goals—Waunakee 2 (Dailey, Statz), Monroe 1 (Sellnow), Free throws missed—Waunakee 12. Monroe 6. Total fouls—Waunakee 25, Monroe 16. Fouled out—Dailey.


-- Waukesha West 65, Burlington 21—The Wolverines led 37-15 at the half en route to the nonconference victory.


WEST 65, BURLINGTON 21

Waukesha West (65)—Jelacic, 5-2-14; Syversen, 3-2-10; Belmer, 3-2-9; Wright, 3-1-7; St. Antoine, 2-0-6; Duwe, 2-2-6; Kohout, 2-0-4; Kovatch, 2-0-4; Keller, 1-0-2. Totals: 23-11-65.


Burlington (21)—Evert, 4-1-9; Tulinstra, 2-0-4; Webber, 1-0-3; Peterson, 1-2-3. Totals: 9-2-21.


Waukesha West 23 14 13 15—65


Burlington 8 7 2 4—21


Three-point goals—Waukesha West 8 (Jelacic 2, Syverson 2, Belmer, St. Antoine 2, Kohout). Burlington 1 (Webber). Free throws missed—Waukesha West 3, Burlington 7. Total fouls—Waukesha West 10, Burlington 12.



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