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East Troy finishes undefeated in Rock Valley North

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Gazette staff
February 26, 2011

East Troy High School’s boys basketball team put the finishing touches on an unbeaten Rock Valley North season Friday night with a 59-39 victory over visiting Edgerton.


Nate Dodge scored a game-high 21 points to lead East Troy, which rolled to a 35-24 halftime lead and then took control in the third, outscoring Edgerton 17-9.


Edgerton (10-12, 7-9), led by Tyler Dobratz’s 16 points, scored just 15 points in the second half.


East Troy (21-1, 16-0), No. 2 in the AP Diviwion 3 state ratings, completed its third straight unbeaten home season in conference play. The Trojans improved to 46-2 overall for their three years as a Rock Valley member.


EAST TROY 59, EDGERTON 39


Edgerton (39)—L. Gregory, 0-2-2; Samuelsen, 3-1-7; Oren, 2-0-4; C. Gregory, 2-0-6; Dobratz, 6-4-16; Thompson, 1-0-2. Totals: 15-7-39.


East Troy (59)—Olsen, 2-1-6; Dodge, 8-4-21; Penniston, 2-0-6; Plomb, 4-0-8; Jones, 2-0-6; B. Prahl, 3-0-6; A. Prahl, 3-0-6. Totals: 24-5-59.


Edgerton 15 9 9 6—39


East Troy 20 15 17 7—59


Three-point goals—Edgerton 2 (C. Gregory 2), East Troy 6 (Olsen, Dodge, Penniston 2, Jones 2). Free throws missed—Edgerton 6, East Troy 4. Total fouls—Edgerton 9, East Troy 11.


? Evansville 57, Whitewater 48—Casey Moseley scored nine of his 18 points in the fourth quarter to seal the victory for the Blue Devils in their regular-season finale.


Evansville concluded the Rock Valley North season in sole possession of third place at with an 8-8 mark and is 12-10 overall. Whitewater finishes 5-11 in the Rock South and is 8-14 overall.


Dawson Miller, Braidon Voss and Austin Morkved scored 11 points apiece for Whitewater (8-14, 5-11). Dylan Erickson added 14 points for Evansville.


EVANSVILLE 57, WHITEWATER 48


Whitewater (48)—Miller, 5-1-11; Zinzow 1-0-3; Voss, 2-5-11; Morkved, 5-0-11; Hollingshead, 3-0-6; Van Norman, 0-3-3; Walters, 0-3-3. Totals: 16-12-48.


Evansville (57)—Harper, 1-0-2; Erickson, 6-0-14; Walczak, 2-2-6; Stamm, 3-0-6; Hurtley, 3-1-7; Moseley, 5-8-18; Kjelland, 1-0-2; Johnson, 0-2-2. Totals: 21-13-57


Whitewater 9 13 6 20—48


Evansville 12 13 10 22—57


Three-point goals—Whitewater 4 (Voss 2, Zinzow, Morkved), Evansville 2 (Erickson). Free throws missed—Whitewater 7, Evansville 8. Total fouls—Whitewater 19, Evansville 18. Fouled out—Moseley.


? McFarland 57, Jefferson 28—McFarland used a big third quarter to break open a close game and cruise to a Rock Valley North victory over visiting Jefferson.


McFarland (17-5, 14-2) led 18-16 at halftime, then outscored Jefferson 22-5 in the third.


Tyler Wedel scored all nine of his points in the second half for McFarland, while Steven Jordan, James Runde and Jake Thomas each added eight for the Spartans.


Jefferson (9-13, 7-9)was led by Matt Vogel, who scored nine points.


McFARLAND 57, JEFFERSON 28


Jefferson (28)—McGowan, 2-1-5; Morrison, 0-1-1; Peachey, 1-0-2; Ramirez, 3-0-6; G. Moehling, 2-1-5; Vogel, 3-3-9. Totals: 11-6-28.


McFarland (57)—Jordan, 4-0-8; Wedel, 3-2-9; Kaether, 1-0-3; Runde, 2-4-8; Thomas, 4-0-8; Peterson, 1-0-2; Hutson, 2-1-5; Ewelt, 3-0-7; Patten, 3-1-7. Totals: 23-8-57.


Jefferson 9 7 5 7—28


McFarland 9 9 22 17—57


Three-point goals—McFarland 3 (Wedel, Kaether, Ewelt). Free throws missed—Jefferson 9, McFarland 2. Total fouls—Jefferson 10, McFarland 12.


South


? Clinton 69, Turner 47—Clinton’s championship team (19-3, 14-2) saved its best for last, outscoring host Turner 26-8 in the final period to pull away for a Rock Valley South win.


Chandler Stevenson (19 points) and Ross Oldenburg (12 points) each scored eight points in the fourth quarter for Clinton.


Justin Langley scored 14 of his 18 points in the first half, and Aaron Ross added 14 points for Clinton.


Tevien Pinckney scored 21 points to lead Turner (11-11, 9-7), and Travis Appleby added 12.


CLINTON 69, TURNER 47


Clinton (69)—Stevenson, 5-8-19; Elizewski, 1-0-2; Langley, 7-2-18; Oldenburg, 6-0-12; Ross, 6-0-14; Risseeuw, 1-0-2; McMartin, 1-0-2. Totals: 27-10-69.


Turner (47)—Girard, 1-0-2; Burns, 1-0-2; Bass, 1-1-3; Sorenson, 3-1-7; Pinckney, 10-1-21; Appleby, 4-2-12. Totals: 20-5-47.


Clinton 20 12 11 26—69


Turner 10 19 10 8—47


Three-point goals—Clinton 5 (Ross 2, Langley 2, Stevenson), Turner 2 (Appleby). Free throws missed—Clinton 3, Turner 8. Total fouls—Clinton 16, Turner 16.


Junior varsity—Clinton won.


? Brodhead 55, Parkview 44—J.J. Panoske and Brian Scheidegger combined to score 39 points to lead the Cardinals past the Vikings, giving Brodhead (13-9, 10-6) undisputed second place in the final Rock Valley South stadings.


Panoske had a game-high 22 points and Scheidegger scored 17.


The game was tied 21-21 at the half, but Brodhead gained a 17-13 advantage in the third quarter and a 17-10 edge in the fourth quarter for the victory.


Kyle Woodworth scored 18 points for Parkview and teammate Larry Kayser added 12.


BRODHEAD 55, PARKVIEW 44


Brodhead (55)—Scheidegger. 5-6-17; McKee, 1-2-4; Peterson, 3-1-7; Jordan, 0-5-5; Panoske, 8-3-22. Totals: 17-17-55.


Parkview (44)—Woodworth, 6-6-18; Beggs, 1-0-2; Lavery, 3-1-8; Kayser, 6-0-12; Melms, 0-1-; Thole. 1-0-3. Totals: 17-8-44.


Brodhead 10 11 17 17—55


Parkview 10 11 13 10—44


Three-point goals—Brodhead 4 (Scheidegger, Panoske 3). Parkview 2 (Lavery, Thole). Free throws missed—Brodhead 13, Parkview 6. Total fouls—Brodhead 14, Parkview 20.


? Big Foot 55, Palmyra-Eagle 43—Walworth Big Foot made 13 of 17 free throws in the final quarter to hold off visiting Palmyra-Eagle in the Rock Valley South.


Kenneth Walker scored 20 points to lead the Chiefs (5-17, 3-13). Michael Kunes added 11 points.


Dan Meyer led the Panthers (6-16, 3-13) with 16 points. Lucas Houk added 12, and Kevin McGivern had 10.


BIG FOOT 55, PALMYRA-EAGLE 43


Palmyra-Eagle (43)—McGivern, 3-2-10; Houk, 4-0-12; Kelly, 2-0-5; Meyer, 8-0-16. Totals: 17-2-43.


Big Foot (55)—Hehr, 2-4-9; Ripkey, 1-0-2; Walker, 6-7-20; Carthey, 1-0-2; Kunes, 4-3-11; Gottman, 2-2-7; Kahl, 2-2-7. Totals: 18-16-55.


Palmyra-Eagle 6 10 10 17—43


Big Foot 4 13 15 23—55


Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 7 (McGivern 2, Houk 4, Kelly), Big Foot 3 (Hehr, Walker, Gottman). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 1, Big Foot 8. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 19, Big Foot 10.


Junior varsity—Palmyra-Eagle 43, Big Foot 36.



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