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East Troy's fourth-quarter rally tops Brodhead; Clinton, Evansville, Turner, McFarland, Jefferson win

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January 15, 2011

Rock Valley


boys basketball


League Season


W L W L


NORTH


East Troy 7 0 10 1


McFarland 6 1 8 3


Jefferson 6 1 7 5


Evansville 4 3 6 5


Edgerton 3 4 6 7


Whitewater 1 6 2 9


SOUTH


Clinton 6 1 9 2


Turner 4 3 6 6


Brodhead 3 4 5 6


Palmyra-Eagle 1 6 3 8


Big Foot 1 6 2 9


Parkview 0 7 1 9


RESULTS FRIDAY


Clinton 59, Edgerton 45


Evansville 61, Big Foot 35


East Troy 68, Brodhead 59


McFarland 73, Parkview 43


Turner 51,Whitewater 36


Jefferson 52, Palmyra-Eagle 38


GAMES NEXT THURSDAY


Parkview at Evansville


Palmyra-Eagle at Edgerton


Brodhead at Whitewater


Turner at East Troy


Big Foot at McFarland, 6:15 p.m.


Clinton at Jefferson


Tanner Plomb scored nine points and Marcus Jones added eight as East Troy shot past host Brodhead High in the final quarter for a 68-59 victory in a key Rock Valley Conference boys basketball game Friday night.


The visiting Trojans, No. 3 in the AP Division 3 state ratings, outscored the Cardinals 23-5 in the final quarter to improve to 7-0 in the Rock Valley North and 10-1 overall.


Nate Dodge added six points in the final quarter when East Troy overcame a 54-45 deficit. Plomb finished with 26 points, Dodge had 15, while Jones and Brett Prahl each added 10.


J.J. Panoske had all five Brodhead points in the final quarter. The 6-foot-10 senior finished with 29, including five three-point goals. Panoske scored 11 points in the third quarter when the Cardinals extended a 35-32 halftime lead to 54-45.


Nick Jacobson added 11 points, but the Cardinals fell to 3-4 in the South and 5-6 overall.


EAST TROY 68, BRODHEAD 59


East Troy (68)—Olsen, 0-2-2; Dodge, 5-5-15; Sweet, 1-0-3; Plomb, 9-4-26; Jones, 3-2-10; B. Prahl, 5-0-10; A. Prahl, 1-0-2. Totals: 24-13-68.


Brodhead (59)—Earleywine, 1-1-3; Scheidegger, 4-0-9; Wallace, 1-0-3; McKee, 1-0-2; Peterson, 1-0-2; Jacobson, 3-5-11; Panoske, 11-2-29. Totals: 22-8-59.


East Troy 15 17 13 23—68


Brodhead 16 19 19 5—59


Three-point goals—East Troy 7 (Sweet, Plomb 4, Jones 2), Brodhead 7 (Scheidegger, Wallace, Panoske 5). Free throws missed—East Troy 4, Brodhead 3. Total fouls—East Troy 11, Brodhead 20.


n Clinton 59, Edgerton 44—Chandler Stevenson and Justin Langley each scored six points in the final quarter when Clinton pulled away from visiting Edgerton for a Rock Valley crossover win.


The Cougars maintained their two-game lead in the South with a 6-1 conference record and went to 9-2 overeall. Edgerton fell to 3-4 in the North and 6-7 for the season.


Edgerton was within six points, 39-33, entering the final quarter, but the Cougars had a 20-11 domination the rest of the way.


Langley finished with 23 points, while Stevenson had 15.


Tyler Dobratz led the Crimson Tide (3-4, 6-7) with 12 points, while Tyler Oren added 11.


CLINTON 59, EDGERTON 44


Edgerton (44)—Samuelsen, 1-1-3; Olstad, 0-1-1; Oren, 4-1-11; Nelson, 2-3-7; Gregory, 1-0-2; Dobratz, 4-4-12. Totals: 12-10-44.


Clinton (59)—Stevenson, 4-7-15; Langley, 9-5-23; Eliszewski, 2-0-4; Oldenburg, 1-0-2; Roth, 1-0-2; Risseeuw, 3-0-6; McMartin, 0-2-2; Mabie, 2-0-5. Totals: 22-14-59.


Edgerton 6 14 13 11—44


Clinton 19 6 9 20—59


Three-point goals—Edgerton 2 (Oren 2), Clinton 1 (Mabie). Free throws missed—Edgerton 5, Clinton 3. Total fouls—Edgerton 16, Clinton 14. Fouled out—Nelson, Dobratz, Risseeuw.


n Evansville 61, Big Foot 35—Casey Moseley and Dylan Erickson combined for 44 points to lead the Blue Devils to the Rock Valley win.


Moseley finished with 25 points and Erickson added 19 for Evansville, which led 30-13 at half.


Carter Hehr and Jordan Gottman had 11 points each to lead the Chiefs.


EVANSVILLE 61, BIG FOOT 35


Evansville (61)—Erickson, 5-6-19; Walczak, 1-5-7; Stamm, 1-1-3; Hurtley, 1-1-3; Moseley, 9-7-25; Schoenenberger, 1-2-4. Totals: 18-22-61.


Big Foot (35)—Hehr, 4-3-11; Ripkey, 2-1-5; Walker, 0-1-1; Kunes, 2-0-4; Gottman, 4-0-11; Santeler, 1-1-3. Totals: 13-6-35.


Evansville 16 14 19 12—61


Walworth Big Foot 7 6 16 6—35


Three-point goals—Evansville 3 (Erickson 3), Big Foot 3 (Gottman 3). Free throws missed—Evansville 8, Big Foot 5. Total fouls—Evansville 13, Big Foot 19.


n Turner 51, Whitewater 36—Tevien Pinckney scored nine of his game-high 20 points in the third quarter to help Turner pull away for visiting Whitewater (2-9, 1-6) in a Rock Valley crossover game.


Micah Larson added 12 points for Turner, which improved to 4-3 in the South and 6-6 overall.


Turner led 23-15 at halftime before taking control with a 16-5 advantage in the third quarter.


TURNER 51, WHITEWATER 36


Whitewater (36)—Olson, 0-2-2; Miller, 5-1-11; Kowalski, 1-0-3; Zinzow, 3-0-7; Voss, 1-2-5; Morkved, 1-0-2; Walters, 3-0-6. Totals: 14-5-36.


Turner (51)—Girard, 0-2-2; Olstead, 0-1-1; M. Larson, 3-4-12; Laursen, 2-0-4; Burns, 0-2-2; Bass, 3-0-6; Sorenson, 0-2-2; Pinckney, 6-8-20; Appleby, 1-0-2. Totals: 15-19-51.


Whitewater 6 9 5 16—36


Turner 11 12 16 12—51


Three-point goals—Whitewater 3 (Kawalsky, Zinzow, Voss), Turner 2 (Larson). Free throws missed—Whitewater 2, Turner 11. Total fouls—Whitewater 21, Turner 12.


n McFarland 73, Parkview 43—Tyler Wedel scored 22 points, and McFarland used a 28-9 second-quarter advantage to put away host Parkview in a Rock Valley crossover game.


The Spartans (8-3, 6-1) powered away from a 16-14 lead after one quarter. Brett Kaether scored all nine of his points on three three-pointers in the second quarter.


Kyle Woodworth led the Vikings (1-9, 0-7) with 17 points.


McFARLAND 73, PARKVIEW 43


McFarland (73)—Wedel, 8-5-22; Kaether, 3-0-9; Johnson, 1-1-3; Runde, 3-2-8; Thomas, 2-0-4; Peterson, 2-3-7; Hudson, 2-0-4; Ewelt, 3-0-6; Miller, 0-1-1; Peeters, 3-3-9. Totals: 28-13-73.


Parkview (43)—Woodworth, 6-4-17; Beggs, 1-0-2; L. Kyser, 4-0-8; Ryan, 0-1-1; Melms, 2-1-5; Thole, 3-0-8; Copeland, 1-0-2. Totals: 17-6-43.


McFarland 16 28 10 19—73


Orfordville Parkview 14 9 11 9—43


Three-point goals—McFarland 4 (Wedel, Kaether 3), Parkview 3 (Woodworth, Thole 2). Free throws missed—McFarland 12, Parkview 5. Total fouls—McFarland 16, Parkview 20.


n Jefferson 52, Palmyra-Eagle 38—The Eagles rolled to a 19-5 second-quarter advantage for a 26-14 halftime lead as they overpowered Palmyra-Eagle in a Rock Valley crossover game.


Jefferson (7-5) remained tied with McFarland at 6-1 for second place in the Rock North. Palmyra-Eagle fells tp 1-6 and 3-8 overall.


Tyler Tabor scored eight of his 10 points in the second quarter to spark Jefferson. Sam Nevins and Matt Vogel added 10 points apiece for the Eagles.


Shane Houk scored 13 points to lead the Panthers. Kevin McGivern added 12 points.


JEFFERSON 52, PALMYRA-EAGLE 38


Jefferson (52)—Nevins, 6-0-12; Tabor, 4-0-10; Peachey, 2-0-6; Ramirez, 1-2-4; Moehling, 2-2-6; Vogel, 5-0-10; Mueller, 1-2-4. Totals: 22-6-52.


Palmyra-Eagle (38)—McGivern, 3-2-12; Houk, 4-3-13; Kelly, 1-0-2; Meyer, 2-0-5; Ordona, 0-2-2; Troiola, 1-0-2; Kelly, 1-0-2. Totals: 11-8-38.


Jefferson 7 19 4 15—52


Palmyra-Eagle 9 5 16 10—38


Three-point goals—Jefferson 4 (Tabor 2, Peachey 2), Palmyra-Eagle 6 (McGivern 3, Houk 2, Meyer). Free throws missed—Jefferson 4, Palmyra-Eagle 1. Total fouls—Jefferson 11, Palmyra-Eagle 7.



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