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Edgerton girls upset Jefferson; Whitewater, McFarland, Parkview, Brodhead, Big Foot win

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January 30, 2010

Rock Valley


girls basketball


League Season


W L W L


NORTH


Jefferson 7 2 9 3


McFarland 7 2 10 4


Edgerton 5 3 6 6


Whitewater 5 4 5 8


East Troy 5 5 6 7


Evansville 1 7 1 10


SOUTH


Parkview 8 1 12 1


Brodhead 7 2 8 6


Big Foot 6 2 7 5


Clinton 1 8 5 10


Beloit Turner 1 9 3 11


Palmyra-Eagle 0 8 0 14


RESULTS FRIDAY


North


Edgerton 52, Jefferson 43, OT


Whitewater 66, Evansville 43


McFarland 42, East Troy 37


South


Brodhead 59, Clinton 31


Parkview 71, Palmyra-Eagle 25


Big Foot 64, Turner 45


GAMES MONDAY


Jefferson at Parkview


Whitewater at Brodhead


Edgerton at Palmyra-Eagle


Evansville at Clinton


Big Foot at Westosha Central (NC)


Edgerton High continued its role as David against the Goliaths in Rock Valley girls basketball.


The Crimson Tide upset North Division leader Jefferson, 52-43 in overtime, Friday night, forcing the visiting Eagles (9-3, 7-2) to share first place with McFarland.


Edgerton (6-6, 5-3), which previously handed South Division leader Orfordville Parkview its only loss of the season, took a quick 5-0 lead over Jefferson in the overtime. The Tide made nine of 10 free throws down the stretch to seal the victory.


Edgerton’s Whitney Oren’s layup with 19 seconds in regulation closed a 33-26 gap and sent the game into overtime, tied at 38-38.


Meggie Schmidt scored 19 points to spark Edgerton. Schmidt sank a three-pointer to open the overtime and made four straight free throws.


Brooke Ferrell had three three-point goals in the first quarter and finished with 12 points for Edgerton.


Jessica Splittgerber scored 12 points for Jefferson (9-3, 7-2).


EDGERTON 52, JEFFERSON 43 (OT)


Jefferson (43)—Cottrell, 4-0-8; Wagner, 2-2-7; Wegner, 1-1-3; Splittgerber, 5-2-12; Reuhl, 1-0-2 Janny, 3-1-7; Gnabasik, 1-2-4. Totals: 16- 8-14 43.


Edgerton (52)—Oren, 2-4-8; Schmidt, 5-8-19; Ferrell, 4-1-12; Fritz, 1-2-4; Gimmer, 2-1-5; Stettler, 1-0-2; Walters, 1-0-2. Totals: 16- 16-19 52.


Jefferson 14 9 10 5 5—43


Edgerton 3 19 9 7 14—52


Three-point goals—Jefferson 1 (Wagner), Edgerton 4 (Schmidt, Ferrell). Free throws missed—Jefferson 6, Edgerton 3. Total fouls—Jefferson 17, Edgerton 17.


Junor varsity—Edgerton 49, Jefferson 25.


n Whitewater 66, Evansville 43—The Whippets pounded the Blue Devils 21-5 in the second quarter to lead 39-20 at the half en route to a Rock Valley North victory.


Kelsey Harms scored 15 points to pace Whitewater (4-9, 4-5). Sydney Westrick scored 10 points for Evansville (1-10, 1-7).


WHITEWATER 66, EVANSVILLE 43


Evansville (43)—Gragg, 2-1-5; Eager, 1-6-8; Westrick, 2-5-10; Klitzman, 4-1-9; Phalin, 2-1-9; Makenzie, 3-0-6. Totals: 12-14-43.


Whitewater (66)—Masterson, 1-2-4; Shelbourn, 4-0-8; Harty, 2-0-5; Bowey, 2-1-5; Harms, 6-2-15; Runez, 4-0-9; Griep, 4-0-8; O’Brien, 1-1-3; Hookstead, 2-0-4; Samuels, 1-3-5. Totals: 26-5-66.


Evansville 15 5 15 8—43


Whitewater 18 21 12 15—66


Three-point goals—Whitewater 4 (Westrick, Harty, Harms, Runez). Free throws missed—Evansville 18, Whitewater 7. Total fouls—Evansville 17, Whitewater 21. Fouled out—Eager.


Junior varsity—Evansville 41, Whitewater 34.


n McFarland 42, East Troy 37—McFarland (10-4, 7-2) made 27 of 35 free throws in coming from behind to defeat East Troy (6-7, 5-5) and gain a tie for the Rock Valley North lead.


After trailing by five points at the half, McFarland came back by hitting 18 of 20 free throws in the second half. Kaitlyn Eversoll made all 10 of her free throws in the second half, 14 of 15 in the game, on her way to a game-high 20 points.



McFARLAND 42, EAST TROY 37


East Troy (37)—Oleson, 4-0-8; Venck, 3-3-9; Leising, 1-1-3; Atchison, 2-0-5; lambrechts, 0-2-2; Bakko, 1-0-2; Schahczinski, 1-2-4; Riemer, 2-0-4. Totals: 14-8-37.


McFarland (42)—Eversoll, 3-14-20; Jermaier, 2-0-5; Blaser, 0-4-4; Vjke, 1-4-6; Culver, 1-5-7. Totals: 7-27-42.


East Troy 10 10 7 10—37


McFarland 11 4 9 18—42


Three-point goals—East Troy 1 (Atchison), McFarland 1 (Jermaier). Free throws missed—East Troy 12, McFarland 8. total fouls—East Troy 25, McFarland 16. Fouled out—Dolan.


South


n Parkview 71, Palmyra-Eagle 25—Jenna Larsen and Stephanie Aasen each scored 11 points as visiting Parkview cruised past Palmyra-Eagle to stay atop the Rock Valley South.


Parkview (12-1, 8-1) scored 32 points in the first quarter, led by Aasen’s nine. Becca Neal had six points in the quarter, and Melissa Harnack and Larsen each had five.


The Panthers fell to 0-14 and 0-8.


PARKVIEW 71, PALMYRA-EAGLE 25


Parkview (71)—Danielson, 2-1-5; harnack, 4-0-9; Neal, 4-0-8; Cook, 2-0-4; Larsen, 5-0-11; Nyman, 2-3-7; Aasen, 4-3-11; Ryan, 2-2-6; Koch, 1-2-4; Carpenter, 1-0-3; Breneman, 0-1-1; Wellnitz, 2-0-4. Totals: 29-12-71.


Palmyra-Eagle (25)—Watts, 2-0-5; Giese, 1-0-3; Mueller, 1-0-2; harbeck, 2-0-5; Rosc izewski, 2-2-6; Devine, 1-1-4. Totals: 9-3-25.


Parkview 32 12 17 10—71


Palmyra-Eagle 5 8 9 3—25


Three-point goals—Parkview 3 (Harnack, Larsen, Carpenter), Palmyra-Eagle 4 (Watts, Giese, Harbeck, Devine). Free throws missed—Parkview 10, Palmyra-Eagle 5. Total fouls—Parkview 9, Palmyra-Eagle 19. Fouled out—Devine.


n Brodhead 59, Clinton 31—Dana Lewis scored 16 points as Brodhead romped past visiting Clinton to stay a game behind Orfordville Parkview in the Rock Valley South.


Taylor Douglas scored 12 points, and Amanda Johnson added 11 as the Cardinals improved to 7-2 in the conference and 8-6 overall.


Maggie Schultz had nine points for the Cougars (5-10, 1-8.


BRODHEAD 59, CLINTON 31


Clinton (31)—Nickel, 3-1-7; Harsevoort, 1-0-3; McConnell, 0-2-2; Schultz, 2-5-9; Popanz, 2-0-6; Kemp, 0-4-4. Totals: 8-12-31.


Brodhead (59)—Heller, 3-2-9; Ahrens, 1-0-2; Johnson, 5-1-11; Pickel, 2-3-7; Mohns, 1-0-2; Douglas, 6-0-12; Lewis, 7-2-16. Totals: 25-8-59.


Clinton 7 9 10 5—31


Brodhead 22 15 11 11—59


Three-point goals—Clinton 3 (Popanz 2, Harsevoort), Brodhead 1 (Heller). Free throws missed—Clinton 7, Brodhead 10. Total fouls—Clinton 16, Brodhead 20.


n Big Foot 64, Turner 45—Haley Schwartz and Jordyn Courier each scored 14 points, and Betsy Utesch added 11 as Big Foot rolled over host Beloit Turner and improved to 6-2 in the Rock Valley South and 7-5 overall.


Megan Grover had 15 points, and Kiki Smith added 12 for Turner (1-9, 3-11).


BIG FOOT 64, TURNER 45


Big Foot (64)—Petkoff, 1-2-4; Young, 0-2-2; Schwartz, 3-8-14; Isham, 4-0-8; Courier, 4-4-14; Spangler, 3-1-8; Loth, 1-1-3; Utesch, 5-1-11. Totals: 21-19-64.


Turner (45)—Herold, 0-3-3; Hale, 2-2-7; Wright, 0-3-3; Grover, 4-7-15; Green, 1-0-2; Smith, 5-1-12; Snippen, 0-3-3. Totals: 12-19-45.


Big Foot 14 17 13 20—64


Turner 12 6 13 14—45


Three-point goals—Big Foot 3 (Courier 2, Spangler), Turner 2 (Hale, Smith). Free throws missed—Big Foot 9, Turner 15. Total fouls—Big Foot 22, Turner 22, Fouled out—Herold.



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