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Eversoll leads McFarland, other scores

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Gazette Staff
February 25, 2011

Kaitlynn Eversoll scored 20 points to lead McFarland past host Whitewater, 50-44, in a Rock Valley North girls basketball action Thursday.


Eversoll had 14 of her points in the second half to help the Spartans hold onto the lead. Maddie Hettinger added 10 points as McFarland went to 12-4 in the conference and 14-8 overall.


Freshman Brooke Trewyn led the Whippets with 18 points. Julia Shelbourn had 12 and Courtney Samuels 10 for Whitewater (9-7, 11-10).


MCFARLAND 50, WHITEWATER 44

McFarland (50)—Eversoll, 6-5-20; M. Hettinger, 5-0-10; C. Hettinger, 0-1-1; Ujke, 2-2-7; Culver, 3-0-9; Kranz, 1-1-3. Totals: 17-9-50.


Whitewater (44)—Harty, 1-0-2; Hookstead, 1-0-2; Trewyn, 4-8-18; Shelbourn, 5-2-12; Samuels, 4-2-10. Totals: 15-12-44.


McFarland 11 9 14 15—50


Whitewater 7 9 13 15—44


Three-point goals—McFarland 7 (Cargill 3, Cusler 3), Whitewater 2 (Trewyn 2). Free throws missed—McFarland 10, Whitewater 7. Total fouls—McFarland 14, Whitewater 17.


-- Edgerton 62, Evansville 43—Brooke Ferrell made sure Evansville wouldn’t ruin Edgerton’s undefeated season in the Rock Valley North on Thursday night.


The sophomore guard drilled five three-point shots in the second quarter to help the Crimson Tide build a 38-23 halftime lead. Ferrell finished with 18 points as Edgerton went to 15-0 in the Rock Valley and 19-1 overall.


Meggie Schmidt added 12 points, and Jennifer Gimmer had 11.


Kim Beggs had nine points for the Blue Devils (2-13, 2-19).


EDGERTON 62, EVANSVILLE 43

Edgerton (62)—Oren, 3-3-9; Ferrell, 6-0-18; Schmidt, 4-2-12; Fritz, 2-1-6; Gander, 1-2-4; Gimmer, 3-5-11; Johnson, 1-0-2; Totals: 20-13-62.


Evansville (43)—Kinney, 2-2-8; Eager, 2-2-6; Klitzman, 1-3-5; Beggs, 4-1-9; Phalin, 2-0-4; Abey, 4-3-11. Totals: 14-11-43.


Edgerton 18 20 12 12—62


Evansville 9 14 12 8—43


Three-point goals—Edgerotn 9 (Ferrell 6, Schmidt 2, Fritz), Evansville 2 (Kinney 2). Free throws missed—Edgerton 3, Evansville 7. Total fouls—Edgerton 15, Evansville 15.


Junior varsity—Evansvillle 37, Edgerton 30.


-- East Troy 56, Jefferson 46—The Trojans, despite missing 19 free throws, pulled away for the Rock Valley North win.


Breanna Gaspervich had 12 points to lead the Trojans (17-3, 12-3), while Maria Hutchison had 11 points for the Eagles (7-14, 7-8).


EAST TROY 56, JEFFERSON 46

Jefferson (46)—Wellnitz, 0-2-2; Rodriguez, 1-0-3; K. Wagner, 1-0-2; A. Wagner, 3-2-9; Reuhl, 2-4-8; Janny, 2-3-7; Gnabasik, 1-2-4; Hutchison, 4-3-11. Totals: 14-11-46.


East Troy (56)—Olsen, 1-4-6; Verick, 2-1-5; Gaspervich, 3-6-12; Atchinson, 3-2-8; Lambrechts, 2-1-6; Dolan, 2-3-7; Romer, 3-4-10; Schaahczinski, 1-0-2. Totals: 17-21-56.


Jefferson 8 14 8 16—46


East Troy 13 20 11 12—56


Three-point goals—Jefferson 2 (Rodriguez, A. Wagner), East Troy 1 (Lambrechts). Free throws missed—Jefferson 10, East Troy 19. Total fouls—Jefferson 23, East Troy 24. Fouled out—A. Wagner.


South

-- Brodhead 58, Clinton 34—Taylor Douglas scored 15 points, and Carly Mohns added 13 as Brodhead defeated host Clinton.


The Rock Valley South champion Cardinals outscored the Cougars in every quarter in going to 12-3 in the conference, and 14-7 overall.


Mallory Niemann led the Cougars (5-10, 9-12) with 14 points.


BRODHEAD 58, CLINTON 34

Brodhead (58)—Heller, 1-0-2; Baumgartener, 0-1-1; Pickel, 2-1-7; M. Mohns, 3-0-8; Olson, 1-0-2; Douglas, 6-3-15; C. Mohns, 6-1-13; Duffield, 3-0-8; Halvorsen, 1-0-2. Totals: 23-6-58.


Clinton (34)—J. Ciochon, 1-0-2; Kopp, 0-2-2; Lantz, 0-2-2; T. Ciochon, 1-1-3; Nickel, 3-0-6; Popanz, 0-1-1; Niemann, 6-2-14; Logterman, 1-0-2; T. Kemp, 1-0-2. Totals: 13-8-36.


Brodhead 8 16 14 20—58


Clinton 6 6 10 12—34


Three-point goals—Brodhead 6 (Pickel 2, M. Mohns 2, Duffield 2). Free throws missed—Brodhead 8, Clinton 10. Total fouls—Brodhead 16, Clinton 13.


-- Turner 60, Big Foot 47—Megan Grover scored a game-high 24 points and made all 12 of her free-throw attempts, including 10 in the fourth quarter, to lead Turner to a Rock Valley South victory.


Grover scored six points in the second quarter, when Turner outscored Big Foot 13-4.


Alexa Herold and Janessa Simpson added 10 points apiece for Turner (11-10, 6-9 league).


Courtney Spangler scored 18 points to lead Big Foot.


TURNER 60, BIG FOOT 47

Big Foot (47)—Petkoff, 2-0-6; Mazur, 2-0-4; Isham, 2-1-5; Kovarik, 1-7-9; Spangler, 7-3-18; Lueck, 2-1-5. Totals: 16-12-47.


Turner (60)—Herold, 5-0-10; Wildes, 1-1-3; Grover, 6-12-24; Green, 3-0-6; N. Smith, 2-0-4; K. Smith, 1-1-3; Snippen, 5-0-10. Totals: 23-14-60.


Big Foot 14 4 10 19—47


Turner 15 13 10 22—60


Three-point goals—Big Foot 3 (Petkoff 2, Spangler). Free throws missed—Big Foot 11, Turner 7. Total fouls—Big Foot 18, Turner 19. Fouled out—Petkoff, Isham.


-- Orfordville Parkview 70, Palmyra-Eagle 21—Brianna Noble (15), Molly Wellnitz (13), and Stephanie Aasen (11) all scored in double digits for the victorious Vikings.


Lauren Rocizewski led the Panthers with 11 points.


PARKVIEW 70, PALMYRA-EAGLE 21

Parkview (70)—Harnak, 3-0-8; Bell, 2-0-6; Noble, 7-1-15; Gestrich, 2-0-4; Aasen, 4-2-11; Wellnitz, 5-4-13; Breneman, 2-0-4; Larsen, 1-1-3; Hartman, 0-3-3. Totals: 26-9-70.


Palmyra-Eagle (21)—Watts, 2-0-4; Rautsaw, 1-0-2; Giese, 1-0-2; Rocizewski, 4-1-11; Villareal, 1-0-2. Totals: 9-1-21.


Parkview 18 15 17 20—70


Palmyra-Eagle 3 10 4 4—21


Three-point goals—Parkview 7 (Harnak 2, Bell 2, Wellnitz 2, Aasen), Palmyra-Eagle 2 (Rocizewski 2). Free throws missed—Parkview 9, Palmyra-Eagle 3. Total fouls—Parkview 8, Palmyra-Eagle 13. Fouled out—Laine.



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