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Edgerton falls just of an upset at East Troy; Evansville, Brodhead, Clinton, McFarland win

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February 20, 2010

Rock Valley


boys basketball


League Season


W L W L


NORTH


East Troy 13 1 17 3


McFarland 9 5 12 8


Evansville 8 6 10 10


Edgerton 6 8 8 12


Whitewater 6 9 8 13


Jefferson 2 13 3 17


SOUTH


Parkview 10 5 14 7


Big Foot 9 5 10 10


Brodhead 9 6 12 8


Clinton 8 7 11 9


Turner 7 8 12 8


Palmyra-Eagle 0 14 1 19


RESULTS FRIDAY


North


East Troy 72, Edgerton 70


Evansville 55, Jefferson 52


McFarland 49, Whitewater 27


South


Brodhead 76, Turner 71


Big Foot 77, Parkview 71


Clinton 78, Palmyra-Eagle 57


GAME MONDAY


South


Palmyra-Eagle at Big Foot


GAMES TUESDAY


North


East Troy at Evansville


Edgerton at McFarland


East Troy High already has wrapped up the Rock Valley North boys basketball title, but the Trojans nearly were upset as they prepare for the WIAA tournament.


Edgerton overcame a 19-12 first-quarter deficit, but the Crimson Tide fell just short in a 72-70 loss at East Troy on Friday night.


Senior guard Danny Ozga made three three-pointers in the fourth quarter to help the Tide stay close.


Scott Beckwith scored 22 points, while Tanner Plomb added 16 for the Trojans (17-3, 13-1), who ninth in the AP Division 2 state ratings.


Zach Nelson scored 12 points for the Tide (8-12, 6-8), while Ozga finished with 11.


EAST TROY 72, EDGERTON 70


Edgerton (70)—Samuelson, 4-1-9; Ozga, 4-0-11; Oren, 2-4-8; Gregory, 3-0-6; Nelson, 4-8-12; Johnson, 5-0-10; Dobratz, 5-0-10. Totals: 27-13-70.


East Troy (72)—Olsen, 3-2-9; Beckwith, 7-5-22; Bouwman, 1-3-5; Schmidt, 3-2-8; Penniston, 2-0-6; Plomb, 7-2-16; Dodge, 1-0-3; Prahl, 1-1-3. Totals: 25-15-72


Edgerton 12 16 18 24—70


East Troy 19 14 17 22—72


Three-point goals—Edgerton 3 (Ozga 3), East Troy 7 (Olsen, Beckwith 3, Penniston 2, Dodge). Free throws missed—Edgerton 4, East Troy 6. Total fouls—Edgerton 18, East Troy 19.


n Evansville 55, Jefferson 52—Evansville’s spurt late in the first half gave the Blue Devils (10-10, 8-6) the upper hand for the rest of the night in a Rock Valley North win over visiting Jefferson.


Jefferson (3-17, 2-13) led 16-14 after the first quarter, but an 8-0 run the second period gave Evansville a 29-24 halftime lead. The Blue Devils took a 38-35 edge into the fourth quarter, and Casey Moseley scored nine of 16 points for Evansville in the last eight minutes to secure the victory.


Brian Lunde led Evansville with 17 points, and Tyler Tomczak paced the Eagles with 11.


EVANSVILLE 55, JEFFERSON 52


Jefferson (52)—Beilke, 10-0-2; Nevins, 1-0-3; McGowan, 4-0-10; Linse, 2-3-7; Tomczak, 3-4-11; Moehling, 2-0-4; Neils, 5-0-10; Vogel, 2-1-5. Totals: 27-8-52.


Evansville (55)—Lunde, 6-5-17; McDonough, 1-0-3; Crider, 1-0-2; Wallczak, 1-0-2; Moseley, 5-6-16; May, 3-2-8. Totals: 20-13-55.


Jefferson 16 8 11 17—52


Evansville 14 15 9 17—55


Three-point goals—Jefferson 4 (McGowan 2, Nevins, Tomczak), Evansville 2 (McDnough, Erickson). Free throws missed—Jefferson 20, Evansville 16. Fouled out—Moehling.


n McFarland 49, Whitewater 27—The Spartans had a 19-3 lead after the first quarter and coasted to a Rock Valley North win at Whitewater.


McFarland (12-8, 9-5) held Whitewater (8-13, 6-9) to single digits in three quarters.


Tyler Wedel led McFarland with 13 points, while no Whippet reached double figures in scoring.


McFARLAND 49, WHITEWATER 27


McFarland (47)—T. Wedel, 4-4-13; Kaether, 3-0-9; P. Wedel, 1-6-8; Runde, 4-0-8; Engelhart, 1-0-2; Thomas, 1-2-4; Wink, 1-1-3; Peterson, 0-1-1; Patton, 0-1-1. Totals: 15-15-49.


Whitewater (27)—Shears, 0-1-1; Bilderback, 3-0-7; Gabbey, 3-1-7; Anyett, 1-3-5; Miller, 0-1-1; Mitchell, 2-2-6. Totals: 9-8-27.


McFarland 19 13 8 9—49


Whitewater 3 11 6 7—27


Three-point goals—McFarland 4 (Kaether 3, T. Wedel), Whitewater 1 (Bilderback). Free throws missed—McFarland 9, Whitewater 9. Total fouls—McFarland 14, Whitewater 18.


South


n Brodhead 76, Turner 71—J.J. Panoske scored 37 points, including five three-pointers, to lead Brodhead (12-8, 9-6) past Turner (12-8, 7-8) in the Rock Valley South.


The 6-foot-9 Panoske scored 17 points in the Cardinals’ 25-point third quarter. He made all 10 of his free throws.


Jake Cole made all eight of his free throws and finished with 15 points. Nick Jacobson added 11..


Aaron Jones scored 25 points, and Jordan Conway added 22 for the Trojans (7-8, 12-8).


BRODHEAD 76, TURNER 71


Turner (71)—Hill, 2-0-4; Strueben, 3-0-6; Somers, 1-0-3; Bernstein, 2-2-6; Conway, 10-2-22; McLain, 2-1-5; Jones, 8-5-25. Totals: 28-10-71.


Brodhead (76)—Scheidegger, 2-2-6; Cole, 3-8-15; Peterson, 2-3-7; Jacobson, 4-3-11; Panoske, 11-10-37. Totals: 22-26-76.


Turner 9 15 22 25—71


Brodhead 24 10 25 17—76


Three-point goals—Turner 5 (Somers, Jones 4), Brodhead 6 (Cole, Panoske 5). Free throws missed—Turner 4, Brodhead 9. Total fouls—Turner 25, Brodhead 16. Fouled out—Conway, Pinckney.


Junior varsity—Turner 52, Brodhead 44.


? n Clinton 78, Palmyra-Eagle 57—Clinton (11-9, 8-7) came from behind to defeat host Palmyra-Eagle (1-19, 0-14) in the Rock Valley South.


Palmyra-Eagle hit five three-point goals in the first quarter to take the lead, but Clinton’s Cody Risseuw scored 10 of his game-high 27 points in the second quarter as the Cougars took command.


Chandler Stevenson scored 11 points for Clinton.


Kevin McGivern led Palmyra-Eagle with 18 points. Ben Preuss scored 14, and Alex Kelly added 13 for the Panthers.


CLINTON 78, PALMYRA-EAGLE 57


Clinton (78)—Stevenson, 4-2-11; Cernek, 1-0-2; Laugley, 1-1-3; Morth, 3-0-7; Wisowaty, 2-1-5; Moen, 2-2-7; McGee, 1-0-2; Risseuw, 11-4-27; Roth, 2-0-5; Oldenburg, 3-0-6. Totals: 30-10-78.


Palmyra-Eagle (57)—McGivern, 4-8-18; Preuss, 3-6-14; Kelly, 4-2-13; Meyer, 1-1-3; Houk, 3-0-9. Totals: 15-17-57.


Clinton 15 21 19 23—78


Palmyra-Eagle 20 12 7 28—57


three-point goals—clinton 5 (Stevenson, North, Moen, Risseuw, Roth), Palmyra-Eagle 10 (Houk 3, Kelly 3, Preuss 2, McGivern 2). Free throws missed—Clinton 6, Palmyra-Eagle 7. Total fouls—Clinton 20, Palmyra-Ealge 18.



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