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McFarland upsets East Troy, helps Edgerton clinch title tie

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February 19, 2011

Rock Valley


girls basketball



League Season


W L W L


NORTH


Edgerton 13 0 17 1


East Troy 11 3 16 3


McFarland 10 4 12 8


Whitewater 8 5 10 7


Jefferson 7 7 7 13


Evansville 2 12 2 18


SOUTH


Brodhead 11 3 13 7


Parkview 7 7 8 12


Turner 5 8 9 9


Clinton 5 9 9 11


Big Foot 3 10 4 15


Palmyra-Eagle 0 14 0 20


RESULTS FRIDAY


North


Edgerton 57, Whitewater 55


McFarland 63, East Troy 60


Jeferson 61, Evansville 50


South


Turner 65, Parkview 46


Clinton 60, Big Foot 52. 2 OT


Brodhead 60, Palmyra-Eagle 19


GAMES MONDAY


Turner at Edgerton


Big Foot at Palmyra-Eagle


GAMES THURSDAY


North


Jefferson at East Troy


Edgerton at Evansville


McFarland at Whitewater


South


Brodhead at Clinton


Parkview at Palmyra-Eagle


Big Foot at Turner


McFarland High’s girls basketball team gave a helping hand to Edgerton on Friday night.


Kaitlynn Eversoll scored 28 points and led the host Spartans to a 63-60 victory over East Troy in a Rock Valley North game.


The loss dropped the Trojans (16-3, 11-3) three games behind first-place Edgerton in the conference loss column, enabling the Crimson Tide to clinch a tie for the championship.


The Spartans (12-8, 10-4) built a 32-20 halftime lead. Maddie Hettinger led McFarland with 13 points overall.


Rachel Atchinson led the Trojans with 18 points. Breanna Gaspervich added 16. and Caitlin Dolan had 13.


MCFARLAND 63, EAST TROY 60


East Troy (60)—Olsen, 9; Verick, 2; Gaspervich, 16; Atchinson, 18; Lambrechts, 2; Dolan 13. Totals: 23-10-60.


McFarland (63)—Eversoll, 28; M. Hettinger, 13; Frazier, 2; C. Hettinger, 4; Brunker, 6; Ujke, 7; culver, 3. Totals: 22-14-63.


East Troy 7 13 20 20—60


McFarland 11 21 10 21—63


Three-point goals—East Troy 4 (Olsen 2, Gaspervich, Atchinson), McFarland 5 (Eversoll 4, Culver). Free throws missed—East Troy 10, McFarland 6. Total fouls—East Troy 18, McFarland 14.


n Jefferson 61, Evansville 50—The Eagles enjoyed a 24-8 advantage from the foul line en route to the Rock Valley North victory.


Abby Wellnitz scored 14 points and Joanne Reuhl added 12 for Jefferson (8-13, 8-7). Lydia Eager scored 11 points for Evansville (2-19, 2-13).


JEFFERSON 61, EVANSVILLE 50


Evansville (50)—Kinney, 3-1-8; Eager, 4-3-11; Klitzman, 3-1-7; White, 0-1-1; Phalin, 4-0-9; Abey, 4-0-8; Reynolds, 2-2-6. Total;s 20-8-50


Jefferson (61)—Wellnitz, 5-2-14; Wagner, 1-6-8; Wegner, 1-2-4; Reuhl, 4-4-12; Janny, 3-1-7; Gnabasik, 1-0-2; Hutchinson, 0-6-6; Rodriguez, 2-3-8. Tota 17-24-61.


Evansville 12 12 16 10—50


Jefferson 12 20 14 15—61


Three-point goals—Evansville 2 (Kinney, Phalin), Jefferson 3 (Wellnitz 2, Rodriguez). Free throws missed—Evansville 11. Jefferson 9. Total fouls—Evansville 23, Jefferson 21.


South


n Clinton 60, Big Foot 50 (2 OTs)—Freshman Megan Lantz sank a three-pointer on Clinton’s first possession of the second overtime, and the Cougars never trailed host Big Foot again in notching a Rock Valley South win.


Lantz finished with 14 points, including five in the second overtime, when Clinton (9-11, 5-9) outscored the Chiefs 12-2.


Mallory Niemann, another freshman, led the Cougars with 21 points. Senior Tory Kemp added 12.


Courtney Spangler led Big Foot (4-15, 3-10) with 18 points, including five in the fourth quarter when the Chiefs overcame a 37-31 deficit. The Chiefs defended two Clinton inbounds plays in the final five seconds of regulation.


Sophomore Jen Petkoff scored 14 for Big Foot.


CLINTON 60, BIG FOOT 50 (2 OTs)


Clinton (60)—J. Ciochon, 1-2-4; Kopp, 2-3-7; Lantz, 5-1-14; Popanz, 1-0-2; Niemann, 7-7-21; Kemp, 6-0-12. Totals: 22-13-60.


Big Foot (50)—Petkoff, 4-6-14; Mazur, 1-0-2; Arntz, 1-0-2; Isham, 1-0-2; Kovarik, 3-2-8; Spangler, 8-1-18; Lueck, 2-0-4. Totals: 20-9-50.


Clinton 11 10 16 9 2 12—60


Big Foot 12 8 11 15 2 2—50


Three-point goals—Clinton 3 (Lantz 3), Big Foot 1 (Spangler). Free throws missed—Clinton 11, Big Foot 9. Total fouls—Clinton 14, Big Foot 17. Fouled out—Niemann.


Junior varsity—Big Foot 31, Clinton 21.


n Brodhead 60, Palmyra-Eagle 19—Brodhead (11-3, 13-7) shut down the host Panthers (0-20, 0-14) and clinched the undisputed Rock Valley South title.


Mariah Mohns led the Cardinals with 11 points, and Carly Mohns added 10 points.


Palmyra-Eagle’s Lauren Rocizewski led all scorers with 13.


BRODHEAD 60, PALMYRA-EAGLE 19


Brodhead (60)—Heller, 2-3-7; McGuire, 2-1-5; Baumgartner, 3-3-9; Pickel, 1-2-5; M. Mohns, 5-1-11; Williams, 1-0-2; Douglas, 1-1-3; C. Mohns, 4-2-10; Duffield, 2-0-6; Halvorsen, 1-0-2. Totals: 22-13-60.


Palmyra-Eagle (19)—Laine, 1-0-2; Watts, 0-1-1; Tate, 1-0-3; Rocizewski, 5-1-13. Totals: 10-3-19.


Brodhead 18 19 13 10—60


Palmyra-Eagle 2 3 8 6—19


Three-point goals—Brodhead 3 (Duffield 2, Pickel), Palmyra-Eagle 3 (Rocizewski 2, Tate). Free throws missed—Brodhead 9, Palmyra-Eagle 1. Total fouls—Brodhead 7, Palmyra-Eagle 18.


n Turner 65, Parkview 46—Megan Grover scored 12 of her 26 points in the fourth quarter to carry the Trojans over the Vikings in the Rock Valley South.


The teams played to a 39-39 tie through three quarters. Turner (9-9, 5-8) went on a 26-7 run in the fourth quarter, making 12 of 21 free throws.


Janessa Snippen scored 15 points and Alexa Herold added 10 for Turner. Stephanie Aasen scored 15 points, Melissa Harnack added 12 and Rita Breneman chipped in 10 for Parkview (8-12, 7-7).


TURNER 65, PARKVIEW 46


Turner (65)—Herold, 2-6-10; Grover, 9-7-26; Green, 3-1-7; K. Smith, 2-3-7; Snippen, 7-1-15. Tot 23-18-31 65.


Parkview (46)—Harnack, 4-1-12; Noble, 0-2-2; Gestrich, 1-0-3; Aasen, 4-5-15; Wellnitz 1-0-2; Breneman. 5-0-10; Harman, 1-0-2. Totals: 16-8-14 46.


Turner 14 11 14 26—65


Orfordville Parkview 14 12 13 7—46


Three-point goals—Turner 1 (Grover), Parkview 6 (Harnack 3, Gestrich, Aasen 2). Free throws missed—Turner 13, Parkview 6. Total fouls—Turner 14, Parkview 24. Fouled out—Harnack.



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