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East Troy stays perfect, other scores

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Gazette Staff
January 14, 2011

East Troy High School’s girls basketball team struck early and late against host Jefferson to keep its perfect record intact.


After the Trojans jumped to an 11-3 lead in the first eight minutes, they used a 21-10 fourth quarter to seal a 57-39 victory Thursday night in the Rock Valley North.


The win boosted East Troy to 10-0 for the season and kept the Trojans in a first-place tie with Edgerton at 6-0.


East Troy got six of its 11 points in the first quarter on three-point goals, but Jefferson (3-7, 3-3) rallied to within 26-20 by halftime. It still was a six-point game late in the fourth quarter.


Andrea Olsen’s three-point goal gave East Troy an 11-point lead with 2:30 remaining, and the Trojans dominated the final two minutes.


Breanna Gaspervich led East Troy with 19 points, including eight in the fourth quarter. JoAnne Reuhl led Jefferson with 13.


EAST TROY 57, JEFFERSON 39

East Troy (57)—Olsen, 2-0-5; Oleson, 4-2-10; Balcerowski, 1-0-2; Verrick, 0-2-2; Gaspervich, 5-7-19; Atchison, 2-0-5; Lambrechts, 2-1-6; Dolan, 1-3-5; Bakko, 0-1-1; Riemer, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-16-57.


Jefferson (39)—Wellnitz, 1-0-2; Wagner, 2-0-5; Reuhl, 2-9-13; Janney, 3-3-9; Grabasik, 3-0-6; Hutchinson, 1-2-4. Totals: 12-14-39.


East Troy 11 15 9 21—57


Jefferson 3 17 9 10—39


Three-point goals—East Troy 5 (Olsen, Gaspervich, Atchison, Lambrechts), Jeffeson 1(Wagner). Free throws missed—East Troy 15, Jefferson 12. Total fouls—East Troy 23, Jefferson 28. Fouled out—Wagner.


-- Edgerton 73, Evansville 42—Brooke Ferrell scored 18 points on six three-pointers to lead Edgerton past Evansville in the Rock Valley North.


Ferrell scored nine points in the first quarter, helping Edgerton (10-1, 6-0) jump out to a commanding 23-7 lead as the Crimson Tide remained in a first-place tie with East Troy.


Ferrell’s six three-pointers were one off the school record of seven, set by Rose Fox in the 1990s.


Megan Johnson added 14 points for Edgerton.


Kim Beggs scored 16 points to lead Evansville.


EDGERTON 73, EVANSVILLE 42

Edgerton (73)—Ferrell, 6-0-18; Kruckenberg, 2-0-4; Snell, 2-0-4; Schmidt, 3-3-9; Plautz, 0-2-2; Fritz, 2-0-6; Gander, 3-2-9; Gimmer, 0-3-3; Montgomery, 2-0-4; Johnson, 6-2-14. Totals: 24-12-73.


Evansville (42)—Kinney, 1-1-4; Eager, 3-0-6; Klitzman, 2-0-4; Beggs, 6-3-16; Phalin, 2-2-7; Abey, 2-0-4; Reynolds, 0-1-1. Totals: 16-7-42.


Evansville 7 11 8 16—42


Edgerton 23 19 19 12—73


Three-point goals—Edgerton 9 (Ferrell 6, Fritz 2, Gander), Evansville 3 (Kinney, Beggs, Phalin). Free throws missed—Edgerton 5, Evansville 10. Total fouls—Edgerton 14, Evansville 16.


-- McFarland 55, Whitewater 47—Kaitlynn Eversoll scored 25 points, including 15 free throws, as the host Spartans (6-6, 4-2) held off the Whippets (4-5, 3-3) in the Rock Valley North.


Brooke Trewyn led Whitewater with 15 points.


McFarland (55)—Eversoll, 4-15-25; M. Hettinger, 3-1-7; C. hettinger, 2-2-6; Ujke, 3-1-7; Culver, 3-2-10. Totals: 15-21-55.


Whitewater (47)—Masterson, 1-2-5; Harty, 2-0-5; Trewyn, 5-3-15; Gabbey, 1-0-2; Runez, 1-0-3; Shelbourn, 4-2-10; Samuels, 3-1-7. Totals: 17-8-47.


Whitewater 7 12 12 16—47


McFarland 9 20 6 20—55


Three-pont goals—Whitewater 5 (Trewyn 2, Masterson, Runez, Harty), McFarland 4 (Eversoll 2, Culver 2). Free throws missed—Whitewater 8, McFarland 9. Total fouls—Whitewater 23, McFarland 13. Fouled out—Masterson, Shelbourn.


South

-- Brodhead 50, Clinton 32—Taylor Douglas scored 15 points to lead three Brodhead players in double figures as the Cardinals (7-5, 5-1) cruised past visiting Clinton (5-5, 2-4) and kept their two-game lead in the Rock Valley South.


Mariah Mohns added 13 points and Carly Mohns had 12 for Brodhead, which held Clinton to six points in the first half.


Brodhead built a 24-6 lead by halftime.


Laura Popanz led Clinton with eight points.


BRODHEAD 50, CLINTON 32

Clinton (32)—Kopp, 1-1-3; Jacobson, 1-1-3; Lantz, 2-1-6; Ciochon, 0-2-2; Nickel, 2-2-6; Popanz, 2-2-8; H. Kemp, 1-0-2; T. Kemp, 1-0-2. Totals: 10-9-32.


Brodhead (50)—Heller, 1-1-3; Ahrens, 1-1-3; M. Mohns, 4-4-13; Olson, 1-0-2; Douglas, 5-5-15; C. Mohns, 5-2-12; Duffield, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-13-50.


Clinton 2 4 9 17—32


Brodhead 14 10 6 20—50


Three-point goals—Clinton 3 (Popanz 2, Lantz), Brodhead 1 (M. Mohns). Free throws missed—Clinton 7, Brodhead 10. Total fouls—Clinton 21, Brodhead 11. Fouled out—Nickel.


-- Turner 53, Big Foot 36—Megan Grover led three players in double figures with 16 points as the visiting Trojans (7-4, 3-3) rolled past the Chiefs (2-9, 1-5) in the Rock Valley South.


Courtney Spangler had 10 points for Big Foot.


TURNER 53, BIG FOOT 36

Turner (53)—Herold, 5-1-11; Grover, 4-8-16; Green, 5-3-13; N. Smith, 1-0-2; K. Smith, 1-2-4; Sithan, 3-1-7. Totals: 19-15-53.


Big Foot (36)—Petkoff, 2-0-5; Morgan, 2-0-5; Mazur, 3-2-8; Isham, 1-2-4; Kovarik, 1-0-2; Spangler, 2-6-10; Lueck, 0-2-2. Totals: 11-12-36.


Turner 19 11 16 7—53


Big Foot 9 7 14 6—36


Three-point goals—Big Foot 2 (Petkoff, Morgan). Free throws missed—Big Foot 8, Turner 6. Total fouls—Big Foot 17, Turner 16.


Junior varsity—Big Foot 39, Turner 21.


-- Parkview 57, Palmyra-Eagle 10—Orfordville Parkview (4-8, 3-3) rolled to a 22-2 first-quarter lead en route to a Rock Valley South victory over the visiting Panthers (0-11, 0-6).


Parkview’s Stephanie Aasen scored 12 points.


PARKVIEW 57, PALMYRA-EAGLE 10

Parkview (57)—Danielson, 1-0-2; Harnack, 1-0-2; Bell, 1-0-2; Strzok, 2-2-6; Noble, 3-1-7; Larsen, 4-1-9; Gestrich, 2-0-4; Aasen, 3-6-12; Wellnitz, 2-0-5; Breneman, 2-0-4; Hartman, 1-2-4. Totals: 22-12-57.


Palmyra-Eagle (10)—Watts, 0-1-1; Bautsaw, 2-2-6; Rocizewski, 0-1-1; Baranowski, 1-0-2. Totals: 3-4-10.


Palmyra-Eagle 2 1 4 3—10


Parkview 22 12 11 12—57


Three-point goals—Parkview 1 (Wellnitz). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 2, Parkview 14, Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 19, Parkview 9. Fouled out—Noble.


Junior varsity—Parkview 30, P-E 21.



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