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McFarland's Eversoll scores 45; Whitewater's Shelbourn has big night

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February 5, 2011

Rock Valley


girls basketball



League Season


W L W L


NORTH


Edgerton 10 0 14 1


East Troy 9 1 13 1


McFarland 7 3 9 7


Whitewater 6 4 7 6


Jefferson 6 4 6 9


Evansville 1 9 1 14


SOUTH


Brodhead 7 3 9 7


Parkview 5 5 6 10


Clinton 3 7 7 8


Turner 3 7 7 8


Big Foot 3 7 4 12


Palmyra-Eagle 0 10 0 15


RESULTS FRIDAY


Edgerton 52, Brodhead 47


Whitewater 62, Parkview 48


McFarland 68, Clinton 53


East Troy 87, Big Foot 45


Evansville 45, Palmyra-Eagle 30


Jefferson 57, Turner 47


GAMES MONDAY


Parkview at East Troy


Palmyra-Eagle at McFarland


GAMES THURSDAY


North


Jefferson at Edgerton


Evansville at McFarland


Whitewater at East Troy


South


Big Foot at Parkview


Turner at Brodhead


Clinton at Palmyra-Eagle


Kaitlynn Eversoll is ready for any three-point shooting contest.


The 5-foot-6 McFarland senior drilled nine three-pointers and finished with 45 points to lead the Spartans to a 68-53 victory over Clinton in Rock Valley Conference girls basketball game Friday night.


Eversoll warmed up by hitting five three-pointers in the first quarter to help McFarland grab a 21-14 lead. She added 13 points in the second quarter for a 28-point first half. She then had seven points in the third and 10 more in the fourth as McFarland improved to 7-3 in the Rock Valley North and 9-7 overall.


Olivia Nickel led the Cougars (7-8, 3-7) with 19 points, Laura Popanz added 14, and Mallory Niemann had 12.


McFARLAND 68, CLINTON 53


McFarland (68)—Eversoll, 16-4-45; Hettinger, 2-0-4; Winer, 0-1-1; Ujke, 1-0-2; Culver, 1-0-2; Krantz, 1-5-7; Frazier, 3-1-7. Totals: 24-11-68.


Clinton (53)—Jacobson, 1-0-2; Lantz, 1-0-2; T. Ciochon, 1-0-2; Nickel, 7-5-19; Popanz, 6-1-14; Niemann, 5-2-12; Kemp, 1-0-2. Totals: 22-8-53.


McFarland 21 21 11 15—68


Clinton 14 17 13 9—53


Three-point goals—McFarland 9 (Eversoll 9), Clinton 1 (Popanz). Free throws missed—McFarland 8, Clinton 6. Total fouls—McFarland 17, Clinton 18.


n Whitewater 62, Parkview 48—Julia Shelbourn was too much for Parkview in a Rock Valley crossover game.


The 6-foot-3 junior scored 32 points to lead the Whippets past the host Vikings. Shelbourn had 15 field goals, and scored 13 of Whitewater’s 21 points in the second quarter.


Freshman Brooke Trewyn added 12 points as the Whippets improved to 6-4 in the Rock Valley North and 7-6 overall.


Stephanie Aasen led the Vikings (6-10, 5-5) with 19 points. Melissa Harnack added 11, including three three-pointers.


WHITEWATER 62, PARKVIEW 48


Whitewater (62)—Masterson, 2-0-4; Hookstead, 1-0-3; Trewyn, 4-2-12; Runez, 0-3-3; Shelbourn, 15-2-32; Samuels, 3-2-8. Totals: 25-9-62.


Parkview (48)—Danielson, 1-0-2; Harnack, 4-0-11; Strzok, 1-4-6; Gestrich, 0-1-1; Aasen, 6-5-19; Wellnitz, 2-0-5; Breneman, 0-1-1; Hartman, 1-1-3. Totals: 15-12-48.


Whitewater 12 21 15 14—62


Orfordville Parkview 6 14 20 8—48


Three-point goals—Whitewater 3 (Trewyn 2, Hookstead), Parkview 6 (Harnack 3, Aasen 2, Wellnitz). Free throws missed—Whitewater 11, Parkview 6. Total fouls—Whitewater 13, Parkview 17. Fouled out—Harnack.


Junior varsity—Parkview 66, Whitewater 55.


n East Troy 87, Big Foot 45—East Troy improved to 10-1 in the Rock Valley North and 15-1 overall with a Rock Valley crossover victory at Walworth.


Four Trojans—all sophomores—scored in double figures led by Breanna Gaspervich’s 20 points, Ten of those came in the first quarter when East Troy built a 26-6 lead. They led at halftime, 48-17.


Rachel Atchison added 19 points, Andrea Olsen had 17 and Alicia Oleson added 10.


Courtney Spangler led the Chiefs (3-8, 4-13) with 12 points.


EAST TROY 87, BIG FOOT 45


East Troy (87)—Olsen, 7-1-17; Oleson, 4-2-10; Verick, 3-0-7; Gaspervich, 7-6-20; Atchison, 8-0-19; Bolan, 3-2-8; Bakko, 2-0-4; Riemer, 1-0-2. Totals: 35-11-87.


Big Foot (45)—Petkoff, 3-2-9; Arntz, 1-2-4; Isham, 1-2-5; Kovarik, 3-0-6; Spangler, 4-2-12; K. Wedig, 0-2-2; Miller, 1-0-2; Lueck, 2-1-5. Totals: 15-11-45.


East Troy 26 22 25 14—87


Walworth Big Foot 6 11 15 13—45


Three-point goals—East Troy 6 (Atchison 3, Olsen 2, Verick), Big Foot 4 (Spangler 2, Isham, Petkoff). Free throws missed—East Troy 1, Big Foot 6. Total fouls—East Troy 16, Big Foot 12.


Junior varsity—Big Foot 39, East Troy 33.


n Jefferson 57, Turner 47—The Eagles (6-9, 6-4) ripped the Trojans 23-12 in the third quarter for a 41-34 lead en route to a Rock Valley crossover victory.


Joanne Reuhl scored 10 of her 23 points, while teammates Abby Wellnitz, Kristin Wagner and Alexa Wagner each sank a three-point goal. Reuhl was deadly from the foul line, making a 13 of 14 free throws.


Megan Grober scored 22 points for Turner (7-8, 3-7).


JEFFERSON 57, TURNER 47


Jefferson (57)—Wellnitz, 2-1-6; Rodrigue, 0-4-4; K. Wagner, 3-0-9; A. Wagner, 2-0-6; Reuhl, 5-13-23; Janny. 3-0-6; Gnabasik, 1-0-2; Hutchinson, 0-1-1. Totals: 16-18-57


Turner (47)—Herold, 0-6-6; Grober, 9-4-22; Green, 4-0-8; n. Smith, 2-0-4; Snippen, 3-1-7. Totals: 18-11-22 47.


Jefferson 7 11 23 16—57


Beloit Turner 8 14 12 13—47


Three-point goals—Jefferson 6 (Wellnitz, K. Wagner 3, A. Wagner 2). Free throws missed—Jefferson 7, Turner 11. Total fouls—Jefferson 19, Turner 20. Fouled out—Janny.


? Evansville 45, Palmyra-Eagle 30—Kim Beggs scored 15 points and Lydia Eager added 10 to lead visiting Evansville to a Rock Valley crossover victory.


It was the Blue Devils’ first victory of the season, lifting them to 1-9 in the Rock Valley North and 1-14 overall.


Lauren Rocizewski scored 10 points for Palmyra-Eagle (0-15, 0-10).


EVANSVILLE 45, PALMYRA-EAGLE 30


Evansville (45)—Kinney, 2-3-9; Eager, 2-6-10; Klitzman, 0-1-1; White, 1-0-2; Beggs, 7-1-15; Phalin, 1-2-4; Abey, 2-0-4. Totals: 15-13-45.


Palmyra-Eagle (30)—Watts, 2-1-6; Giese, 0-3-3; Rocizewski, 4-1-10; Mueller, 1-0-3; Morateck, 3-1-8. Totals: 10-6-30.


Evansville 12 8 8 17—45


Palmyra-Eagle 5 5 9 11—30


Three-point goals—Evansville 2 (Kinney 2), Palmyra-Eagle 5 (Morateck 2, Wats, Rocizewski, Mueller). Free throws missed—Evansville 9, Palmyra-Eagle 2. Total fouls—Evansville 14, Palmyra-Eagle 21.



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