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Clinton clinches tie for Rock title, other scores

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Gazette Staff
February 18, 2011

Clinton High’s boys basketball program is back on top to stay for the first time since 1996.


The Cougars assured themselves of at least tie for their first conference title in 15 years by wrapping up a Rock Valley South co-championship Thursday night with a 77-46 victory over visiting Walworth Big Foot.


Clinton improved to 17-3 overall and 12-2 in the conference to stay two games ahead of Brodhead (12-7, 9-4) with two to play. The Cougars can clinch the undisputed championship Tuesday night by beating the second-place Cardinals at Brodhead.


Ross Oldenburg scored 11 of his game-high 19 points in the decisive first quarter when Clinton built a 23-4 lead. Cody Risseeuw had a 14-point game for the Cougars.


Carter Hehr led Big Foot (4-17, 2-13) with 14 points and Jordan Gottman added 13.


CLINTON 77, BIG FOOT 46

Big Foot (46)—Hehr, 5-3-14; Ripkey, 0-3-3; Lauzon, 2-0-4; Mike Kunes, 2-1-5; Gottman, 4-3-13; Santleler, 1-0-3; Collins, 0-1-1; Kahl, 1-1-3. Totals: 15-12-46.


Clinton (77)—Stevenson, 3-1-8; Langler, 3-2-8; Eliszewski, 1-0-2; Oldenburg, 7-3-19; Roth, 2-3-7; Risseeuw, 6-3-14; McMartin, 3-0-7; chesmore, 0-1-1; Brockwell, 2-0-5; Malie, 3-0-6. Totals: 30-11-77.


Big Foot 4 18 13 11—46


Clinton 23 20 22 12—77


Three-point goals—Big Foot 4 (Gottman 2, Santeler, Hehr), Clinton 6 (Oldenburg 2, Stevenson, Risseeuw, McMartin, Brockwell). Free throws missed—Big Foot 10, Clinton 8. Total fouls—Big Foot 16, Clinton 17.


-- Turner 60, Parkview 37—Kevin Pinckney scored 22 of his game-high 37 points in the third quarter to help the Trojans pull away from visiting Orfordville Parkview for a Rock Valley South win.


The game was tied, 22-22, at half before Turner (10-10, 8-6) outscored Parkview (1-16, 0-13) 26-2 in the third quarter.


Kyle Woodworth paced Parkview with 13 points, and Larry Kyser added 11.


TURNER 60, PARKVIEW 37

Parkview (35)—Woodworth, 5-2-13; Beggs, 2-0-4; Mavery, 1-0-2; Hoard, 1-0-2; Kyser, 5-1-11; Ryan, 0-1-1; Fold, 1-0-2; Koplin, 1-0-2. Totals: 16-4-37.


Turner (60)—Olstead, 0-1-1; Pickett, 1-0-2; Burns, 4-2-10; Bass, 2-1-5; Sorenson, 2-0-5; Pinckney, 15-6-37. Totals: 24-10-60.


Parkview 9 13 2 13—37


Turner 8 14 26 12—60


Three-point goals—Parkview 1 (Woodworth), Turner 2 (Sorenson, Pinckney). Free throws missed—Parkview 9, Turner 12. Total fouls—Parkview 23, Turner 19.


- Brodhead 47, Palmyra-Eagle 33—UW-Milwaukee recruit J.J. Panoske scored 33 points to match the Panthers’ entire output in the Cardinals’ Rock Valley South win.


Brodhead (12-7, 9-4) held Palmyra-Eagle (5-15, 2-12) scoreless in the third quarter in opening up a 16-point lead.


Kevin McGivern scored 11 points to lead the Panthers.


BRODHEAD 47, PALMYRA-EAGLE 33

Brodhead (47)—Earleywine, 0-3-3; Scheidegger, 1-0-3; Peterson, 0-1-1; Jordan, 1-0-2; Jacobson, 2-1-5; Panoske, 13-3-33. Totals: 17-8-47.


Palmyra-Eagle (33)—McGivern, 4-2-11; Peardon, 1-0-2; Houk, 2-0-5; Kelly, 2-0-5; Feil, 0-1-1; Meyer, 2-0-5; Troiola, 1-0-2; Kelly, 1-0-2. Totals: 13-3-33.


Brodhead 10 16 13 8—47


Palmyra-Eagle 11 6 0 16—33


Three-point goals—Brodhead 5 (Panoske 4, Scheidegger), Palmyra-Eagle 4 (Meyer, McGivern, Houk, Kelly). Free throws missed—Brodhead 6, Palmyra-Eagle 5. Total fouls—Brodhead 12, Palmyra-Eagle 11.


North

-- Evansville 45, Jefferson 38—The Blue Devils had a seven-point lead after the first quarter and went on to a Rock Valley North win over the visiting Eagles.


Casey Moseley had 18 points to lead Evansville (11-9, 7-7), and Dylan Erickson added 10.


Max McGowan had 11 points to lead Jefferson (8-12, 7-7), which beat the Blue Devils in their first meeting.


EVANSVILLE 45, JEFFERSON 38

Jefferson (38)—McGowan, 5-0-11; Pfeiffer, 1-0-3; Nevins, 1-0-2; Peachey, 2-0-6; Ramirez, 2-0-4; Moehling, 1-0-2; Vogel, 1-5-7; Morrison, 1-1-3. Totals: 14-6-28.


Evansville (45)—Erickson, 3-4-10; Walczak, 1-0-2; Stamm, 1-1-3; Hurtley, 2-2-6; Moseley, 5-8-18; Kjelland, 1-0-2; Schoenenberger, 1-0-2; Johnson, 0-2-2. Totals: 14-17-45.


Jefferson 4 11 7 16—38


Evansville 11 10 11 13—45


Three-point goals—Jefferson 3 (Peachey 2, Pfeiffer, McGowan). Free throws missed—Jefferson 2, Evansville 8. Total fouls—Jefferson 20, Evansville 13.


Junior varsity—Jeferson 46, Evansville 36.



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