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East Troy rolls past Parkview, other scores

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February 8, 2011

East Troy High School held Orfordville Parkview to single digits in each of the first two first two quarters en route to a 58-43 Rock Valley Conference girls basketball victory Monday.


The Trojans (15-1, 11-1), ranked No. 8 in Division 3, pulled within a half-game of Edgerton for the North Division lead.


Breanna Gaspervich scored 10 of her 24 points in the second quarter to pace the Trojans to a 26-16 first-half lead. Rachel Atchinson had a 14-point game for East Troy.


Stephanie Aasen scored 18 points for Parkview (6-11, 5-6), while teammate Mikayla Strzok added 10.


EAST TROY 58, PARKVIEW 43

Parkview (43)—Harnack, 1-1-3; Strzok, 3-4-10; Noble, 2-0-4; Aasen, 4-10-18; Wellnitz, 2-4-8. Totals: 12-19-27 43.


East Troy (58)—Olsen, 2-1-6; Oleson, 2-0-4; Berick, 1-1-3; Gaspervich, 9-1-24; Atchinson, 5-2-14; Lambrechts, 1-0-3; Dolan, 1-2-4; totals: 21-11-58.


Orfordville Parkview 7 9 13 14—43


East Troy 14 12 12 20—58


Three-point goals—East Troy 5 (Olesen, Gasperich, Atchinson 2, Lambrects),. Free throws missed—Parkview 8, East Troy 7. Total fouls—Parkview 18. East Troy 20.


-- McFarland 64, Palmyra-Eagle 14—The Spartans took a 21-0 first-quarter lead en route to a Rock Valley crossover victory over the Panthers (0-16, 0-11).


Kaitlynn Eversoll scored 24 points for McFarland (10-7,


8-3).


McFARLAND 64, PALMYRA-EAGLE 14

Palmyra-Eagle (14)—Watts, 1-0-3; Blaedow, 1-0-2; Giese, 1-0-3; Rocizewski, 1-0-2; Morateck, 2-0-4. Totals: 6-0-14.


McFarland (64)—Eversoll, 9-1-24; Hettinger, 2-1-5; Doll, 2-0-4; Anderson, 3-1-7; Frazier, 2-1-5; Hettinger, 1-0-2; Brunker, 0-2-2; Ujke, 2-0-4; Culver, 2-0-5; Kranz, 2-2-6. Totals: 25-8-64.


Palmyra-Eagle 0 6 5 3—14


McFarland 21 12 14 17—64


Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 2 (Watts, Giese). McFarland 6 (Eversoll 5, Culver). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 2, McFarland 5. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 11, McFarland 4.


-- Whitewater 53, Cambridge 38—Julia Shelbourn led the way with 20 points as the host Whippets (8-6) used a big second half to overtake Cambridge (12-4) in a nonconference game.


The Whippets overcame a 23-22 halftime deficit with an 18-5 advantage in the third quarter.


Brooke Trewyn added 13 points for Whitewater, and Courtney Samuels had 10. Trichelle Hoppman and Carley Jeffery led Cambridge with 13 and 12, respectively.


The Bluejays had five three-point goals but shot only one free throw and were outscored 12-1 from the line.


WHITEWATER 53, CAMBRIDGE 38

Cambridge (38)—Milsap, 2-0-6; Jeffery, 5-0-12; Nikolay, 1-0-2; Muth, 2-0-5; Hoppman, 6-1-13. Totals: 16-1-38.


Whitewater (53)—Harty, 1-0-3; Hookstead, 3-0-6; Trewyn, 5-3-13; Reynolds, 0-1-1; Shelbourn, 6-8-20; Samuels, 5-0-10. Totals: 20-12-53.


Cambridge 10 13 5 10—38


Whitewater 10 12 18 13—53


Three-point goals—Cambridge 5 (Milsap 2, Jeffery 2, Muth), Whitewater 1 (Harty). Free throws missed—Cambridge 0, Whitewater 3. Total fouls—Cambridge 13, Whitewater 8.


Junior varsity—Whitwater 42, Cambridge 21.


-- Black Hawk 57, Clinton 41—The host Cougars kept close to state-ranked South Wayne Black Hawk


(16-0) in the first quarter, but they couldn’t maintain their momentum and suffered a nonconference loss.


Clinton (7-9) trailed 14-13 after the first quarter, but Black Hawk rallied for a 16-10 advantage in the second quarter and a 30-23 halftime lead. The Warriors, No. 2 in the AP Division 5 ratings, romped


3-5 in the third quarter to carry a 43-28 lead into the final period.


Mallory Nieman scored 15 points to pace Clinton. Katie Quinn scored 15 points for the Warriors, while Jen Wellnitz added 12.


BLACK HAWK 57, CLINTON 41

Clinton (41)—Jacobson, 2-0-5; Lantz, 1-2-4; T. Ciochon, 2-5-9; Nickel, 0-1-1; Popanz, 3-0-7; Nieman, 5-5-15. Totals: 13-13-41.


Blackhawk (57)—Rogin, 0-2-2; Pieter, 1-0-2; Powers, 1-0-2; Wellnitz, 4-4-12; Shager, 2-1-5; Quinn, 6-3-15; Meier, 1-1-3; Holland, 0-1-1. Totals: 22-12-57


Clinton 13 10 5 13—41


Black Hawk 14 16 13 14—57


Three-point goals—Clinton 2 (Jacobson, Popanz). Blackhawk 1 (Shager). Free throws missed—Clinton 12, Black Hawk 9. Total fouls—Black Hawk 21, Clinton 19.



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