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McFarland controls Big Foot, other scores

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Gazette Staff
December 21, 2011

Walworth Big Foot High School was held to single digits in the second and third quarters Tuesday en route to a 67-43 loss to visiting McFarland in Rock Valley boys basketball.


The Cardinals gained a 41-14 advantage on the Chiefs in the middle two quarters to put the game away. The game was tied at 16 in the second quarter when McFarland took off on a 26-5 run through the third quarter.


Brandon Doll scored eight of his 12 points in the second quarter for McFarland. Antwon Washington added eight of his 12 points in the third quarter.


Carter Hehr scored 10 points for Big Foot (1-7).


MCFARLAND 67, BIG FOOT 43

McFarland (67)—Jordan, 10—2; Doll, 6-0-12; Wedel, 3-0-7; Schlute, 3-2-8; Washington, 3-6-12; Engelhart, 1-0-2; Hutson, 2-2-6; Ewelt, 4-0-11; Frank, 1-4-7. Totals: 24-14-67


Big Foot (43)—Goulet-Daigneault, 2-0-4; Walker, 2-1-5; Smith, 1-2-4; Carthey, 1-0-2; Hehr, 2-6-10; Wedig, 3-1-9; Colby, 2-0-4; Santeler, 1-2-4. Totals: 14-8-43


McFarland 12 18 23 14—67


Big Foot 13 6 8 16—43


Three-point goals—McFarland 5 (Ewalt 3, Frank, Wedel), Big Foot 3 (Wedig 2, Carthey). Free throws missed—McFarland 2, Big Foot 4. Total fouls—McFarland 17, Big Foot 13.


Badger South

Oregon High pulled away from host Fort Atkinson in the fourth quarter for a 56-53 victory Tuesday in Badger South boys basketball.


Dan Schwartz scored nine of his 11 points in the final frame to help pull the Panthers to a six-point lead. Fort Atkinson’s Tanner Boos scored 12 of his game-high 30 points in the fourth quarter, including a three-point basket at the buzzer for the final margin.


Nate Benson scored 14 points to lead Oregon and Brad Maerz chipped in 11 points. Jimmy Hanson added 10 points for Fort Atkinson.


OREGON 56, FORT ATKINSON 53

Oregon (56)—Benson, 4-4-14; Doering, 1-1-3; Sterling, 4-1-9; Schwartz, 3-3-11; Solberg, 3-0-7; Maerz, 5-0-10; Rosga, 1-0-2. Totals: 21-9-56


Fort Atkinson (53)—Boos, 11-5-30; Hartman, 3-0-8 Gilkey, 1-0-3; Strausburg, 1-0-2; Hanson, 5-0-10. Totals: 21-5-53.


Oregon 11 10 15 20—56


Fort Atkinson 7 14 13 19—53


Three-point goals—Oregon 5 (Benson 2 Schwartz 2. Solberg), Fort Atkinson 5 (Boos 3, Hartman 2, ), Free thriows missed—Oregon 7, Fort Atkinson 2. Total fouls—Oregon 12, Fort Atkinson 13. Fouled out—Hartman.


-- Monona Grove 52, Monroe 46 (OT)—The Silver Eagles made 11 of 12 free throws in the overtime for a Badger South victory over the Cheesemakers.


Brett Percy scored seven of his 14 points in the OT for Monona Grove. Ben Crawford and Markus Goff scored 12 and 10 points respectively for Monona Grove. Alex Barenklau scored 12 points for Monroe.


MONONA GROVE 52, MONROE 46 (OT)

Monroe (46)—Barenklau, 5-2-12; Hirsbrunner, 2-2-8; Murray, 0-4-4; Schneider, 1-0-2; Messerli, 3-1-9; Barta, 1-0-2; Dahlk, 1-1-3; Burandt, 1-3-5; Latimer, 1-0-2. Totals: 15-13-46


Monona Grove (52)—Percy, 4-5-14; Nelson, 3-0-7; Goff, 3-4-10; Crawford, 3-6-12; Robinson, 2-0-4; Kirkpatrick, 2-0-5. Totals: 17-15-52


Monroe 9 6 9 14 8—46


Monona Grove 9 10 15 4 14—52


Three-point goals—Monroe 4 (Hirsbrunner, Messerli), Monona Grove 3 (Percy, Nelson, Kirkpatrick), Free throws missed—Monroe 9, Monona Grove 3. Total fouls—Monroe 18, MG 22. Fouled out—Barta.


Nonconference

Free throws proved to be the difference Tuesday night for Whitewater High’s boys basketball team.


The Whippets made 21 free throws, including 13 in the fourth quarter, en route to a 51-37 nonconference win.


Whitewater, which got a game-high 14 points from Dakota Walters, outscored Delavan-Darien (0-8) 23-13 in the fourth.


WHITEWATER 51, DELAVAN-DARIEN 37

Whitewater (51)—Bullis, 1-1-4; Hollingshead, 2-2-6; Haye, 2-5-9; Pelayo, 1-5-7; Nevajas, 0-3-3; Morkved, 3-0-8; Walters, 4-5-14. Totals: 13-21-51.


Delavan-Darien (37)—Samuelson, 2-0-4; Heller, 2-1-5; J. Rodriguez, 2-1-6; S. Rodriguez, 3-1-8; Lonergan, 1-0-3; Hembrook, 3-2-8; Supernaw, 1-0-3. Totals: 14-5-37.


Whitewater 17 5 6 23—51


Delavan-Darien 6 12 6 13—37


Three-point goals—Whitewater 4 (Morkved 2, Bullis, Walters), Delavan-Darien 4 (J. Rodriguez, Lonergan, Supernaw, S. Rodriguez). Free throws missed—Whitewater 18, Delavan-Darien 3. Total fouls—Whitewater 15, Delavan-Darien 27. Fouled out—Supernaw, Heller, S. Rodriguez, Pelayo.


-- Deerfield 69, Parkview 48—Vince Musa scored 13 of his 26 points in the third quarter to lead the Demons.


Jamison Lavery had 10 points to lead Parkview (1-5), which was outscored 27-9 in the third quarter.


DEERFIELD 69, PARKVIEW 48

Deerfield (69)—Farnsworth, 1-0-2; S. Erickson, 0-2-2; Jensen, 4-2-10; Erke, 4-2-11; Musa, 11-3-26; VanWedden, 4-0-8; Bordrude, 2-0-4; Transu, 2-0-4; Kaprel, 0-2-2. Totals: 28-11-69.


Parkview (48)—Isenberger, 3-0-8; Lavery, 4-2-10; Hoard, 3-1-9; Aasen, 1-0-2; Ryan, 1-0-2; Keiser, 3-0-7; Thole, 2-0-5; Hopson, 1-0-2; Rinehart, 1-1-3. Totals: 19-4-48.


Deerfield 13 21 27 8—69


Parkview 10 15 9 14—48


Three-point goals—Deerfield 2 (Erke, Musa), Parkview 6 (Isenberger 2, Hoard 2, Keiser, Thole). Free throws missed—Deerfield 4, Parkview 1. Total fouls—Deerfield 18, Parkview 13.


-- Clinton 77, South Beloit (Ill.) 45—Justin Langley led four players in double figures with 19 points as the Cougars rolled to the nonconference win.


Chandler Stevenson added 16 points for Clinton (6-1), while Aaron Roth chipped in 11 and Jalen McMartin finished with 10.


CLINTON 77, SOUTH BELOIT 45

Clinton (77)—Stevenson, 6-3-16; Langley, 8-2-19; Griffey, 1-1-3; Roth, 5-0-11; Risseeuw, 3-1-7; McMartin, 5-0-10; DeWitt, 2-1-5; Bergman, 3-0-6. Totals: 33-8-77.


South Beloit (45)—Wolmer, 4-0-11; Farrey, 7-0-16; Cleveland, 1-0-2; Garrett, 0-1-1; Pilz, 3-0-8; Counts, 2-4-8. Totals: 17-10-45.


Clinton 17 23 27 10—77


South Beloit 13 7 7 18—45


Three-point goals—Clinton 3 (Stevenson, Langley, Roth), South Beloit 6 (Wolmer 3, Pilz 2, Farrey). Free throws missed—Clinton 14, South Beloit 5. Total fouls—Clinton 14, South Beloit 19.



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