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Brodhead girls stay a game ahead of Parkview; Edgerton, East Troy set up showdown

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January 22, 2011

Rock Valley


girls basketball



League Season


W L W L


NORTH


East Troy 8 0 12 0


Edgerton 8 0 12 1


McFarland 5 3 7 7


Jefferson 5 3 5 7


Whitewater 3 4 4 6


Evansville 0 8 0 13


SOUTH


Brodhead 6 2 8 6


Parkview 5 3 6 8


Turner 3 4 7 5


Clinton 2 6 5 7


Big Foot 2 6 3 10


Palmyra-Eagle 0 8 0 13


RESULTS FRIDAY


Edgerton 74, Palmyra-Eagle 12


Jefferson 50, Clinton 47


Brodhead 49, Whitewater 43


Parkview 59, Evansville 41


McFarland 70, Big Foot 55


East Troy 72, Turner 30


GAME MONDAY


Turner at Whitewater


GAMES NEXT THURSDAY


North


Edgerton at East Troy


Jefferson at McFarland


Evansville at Whitewater


South


Palmyra-Eagle at Big Foot


Parkview at Brodhead


Clinton at Turner


Brodhead High’s big fourth quarter Friday night kept the Cardinals atop the Rock Valley South girls basketball race.


With a 17-8 advantage in the final period, Brodhead spurted to a 49-43 victory over visiting Whitewater in a conference crossover game and stayed a game ahead of defending champion Orfordville Parkview in the South.


Carley Mohns scored 16 points, and Mariah Mohns added 15 to lead Brodhead, which improved to 6-2 in the conference and 8-6 overall.


Courtney Samuels paced the Whippets (5-6, 3-4) with 14 points, and teammate Brooke Trewyn had 11.


BRODHEAD 49, WHITEWATER 43


Whitewater (43)—Masterson, 0-2-2; Hookstead, 1-0-2; Trewyn, 2-7-11; Runez, 0-5-5; Shelbourn, 2-2-6; Samuels, 5-4-14. 10-20-43.


Brodhead (49)—Heller, 1-2-4; Ahrens, 0-1-1; Pickel, 1-2-4; M. Mohns, 4-5-15; Olson, 0-2-2; Douglas, 2-0-4; C. Mohns, 5-6-16; Duffield, 0-3-3. Totals: 13-21-49


Whitewater 13 12 10 8—43


Brodhead 9 16 7 17—49


Three-point goals—Whitewater 1 (Masterson). Brodhead 1 (Mariah Mohns). Free throws missed—Whitewater 7, Brodhead 20. Total fouls—Whitewater 28, Brodhead 20.


n Edgerton 74, Palmyra-Eagle 12—The visiting Crimson Tide (12-1, 8-0) held a 20-0 lead after the first quarter as it kept pace with East Troy in the Rock Valley North and set up a first-place showdown.


Whitney Oren scored 18 points, Haley Fritz added 13, and Brooke Ferrell scored 11 for Edgerton, the AP’s seventh-ranked Division 3 team, which plays at East Troy on Thursday night.;


EDGERTON 74, PALMYRA-EAGLE 12


Edgerton (74)—Oren, 7-4-18; Ferrell, 4-1-11; Kruckenberg, 0-3-3; Schmidt, 1-1-3; Hackner, 0-1-1; Fritz, 5-0-13; Gander, 3-1-7; Gimmer, 3-2-9; Montgomery, 1-0-2; Johnson, 1-0-2; Walters, 2-0-4. Totals: 27-14-74


Palmyra-Eagle (12)—Rautsaw, 1-0-3; Giese, 1-0-3; Rocizewski, 1-0-3; Baranowski, 1-0-3. Totals: 4-0-12.


Edgerton 20 19 15 11—74


Palmyra-Eagle 0 3 6 3—12


Three-point goals—Edgerton 5 (Ferrell 2, Fritz 2, Gimmer). Palmyra-Eagle 4 (Rautsaw, Giese, Rocizewski 2, Barnowski). Free throws missed—Edgerton 10, Palmyra-Eagle 0. Total fouls—Edgerton 5, Palmyra-Eagle 18.


n East Troy 72, Turner 30—East Troy, No. 6 in the Ap Division 3 ratings, opened a 38-7 halftime lead to improve to 8-0 in the Rock Valley North and 12-0 overall.


Two sophomores led the winners in scoring. Rachel Atchison set the pace with 15 points, while Breanna Gaspervich added 13. Atchinson, Gaspervich and Brooke Lambrechts each had a pair of three-pointers.


Megan Grover scored 11 points for Turner (3-4, 7-5).


EAST TROY 72, TURNER 30


East Troy (72)—Olsen, 3-0-7; Olesen, 4-1-9; Balcerowski, 1-1-3; Verick, 3-0-6; Gaspervich, 5-1-13; Atchison, 4-5-15; Lambrechts, 3-0-8; Bakko, 1-0-3; Riemer, 4-0-8. Totals: 28-8-72.


Turner (30)—Herold, 2-0-4; Grover, 5-1-11; Green, 2-1-5; K. Smith, 3-0-6; N. Smith, 1-0-2; Snippen, 0-2-2. Totals: 13-4-30.


East Troy 17 21 18 16—72


Turner 4 3 12 11—30


Three-point goals—East Troy 8 (Olsen, Gaspervich 2, Atchison 2, Lambrechts 2, Bakko). Free throws missed—East Troy 5, Turner 5. Total fouls—East Troy 12, Turner 11.


n Parkview 59, Evansville 41—Senior forward Stephanie Aasen scored a game-high 28 points to lead host Orfordville Parkview past Evansville in a Rock Valley crossover game.


Aasen, who had two three-pointers, connected on nine of 10 free-throw attempts in the fourth quarter for Parkview (6-8, 5-3), which stayed a game behind first-place Brodhead in the South.


Rhianna Noble added 10 points for Parkview, which gained a 16-6 first-quarter advantage.


Makenzie Abey had 10 points to lead Evansville (0-13, 0-8).


PARKVIEW 59, EVANSVILLE 41


Evansville (41)—Kinney, 2-1-5; Eager, 2-3-7; Klitzman, 1-1-3; White, 0-1-1; Sperry, 1-0-3; Beggs, 2-0-5; Phalin, 1-2-4; Abey, 3-4-10; Reynolds, 1-1-3. Totals: 13-13-41.


Parkview (59)—Harnack, 1-4-6; Strzok, 2-0-4; Noble, 4-2-10; Aasen, 6-14-28; Wellnitz, 2-1-6; Breneman, 0-1-1; Hartman, 1-2-4. Totals: 16-24-59.


Evansville 6 14 10 11—41


Parkview 16 15 13 15—59


Three-point goals—Evansville 2 (Sperry, Beggs), Parkview 3 (Aasen 2, Wellnitz). Free throws missed—Evansville 8, Parkview 10. Total fouls—Evansville 24, Parkview 17.


Junior varsity—Parkview 39, Evansville 28.


n McFarland 70, Big Foot 55—McFarland (7-7, 5-3) recovered from a 21-6 deficit after the first quarter with a 28-7 outburst in the second period to gain a Rock Valley crossover victory over Big Foot (3-11, 2-6) at Walworth.


Courtney Spangler and Brittany Isham each scored eight points in the first quarter to ignite Big Foot’s surge to a 15-point lead. Maddie Hettinger then scored 12 points and Kaitlynn Eversoll hit three three-point goals in McFarland’s charge to a 34-28 halftime lead.


Eversoll, the conference scoring leader, wound up making eight of 10 free throws overall and six three-point goals in scoring 28 points. Hettinger finished with 20.


Spangler had a 23-point game that included 11 free throws. Isham finished 13 points before fouling out.


McFARLAND 70, BIG FOOT 55


McFarland (70)—Eversoll, 7-8-28; M. Hettinger, 6-8-20; Anderson, 1-0-2; Frazier, 2-2-6; C. Hettinger, 1-0-2; Brunker, 1-0-2; Ujke, 1-3-5; Culver, 0-2-2; Kranz, 1-0-2. Totals: 20-23-70.


Big Foot (55)—Petkoff, 1-1-3; Mazur, 2-0-4; Isham, 5-2-13; Kovarik, 1-2-4; Spangler, 6-11-23; Miller, 1-4-6; Lueck, 1-0-2. Totals: 17-20-55.


McFarland 6 28 20 16—70


Walworth Big Foot 21 7 13 14—55


Three-point goals—McFarland 7 (Eversoll 6, Ujke), Biog Foot 1 (Isham). Free throws missed—McFarland 13, Big Foot 4. Total fouls—McFarland 17, Big Foot 20. Fouiled out—Isham.


n Jefferson 50, Clinton 47—The Eagles (5-7, 5-3) held off the Cougars (5-7, 2-6 in a Rock Valley crossover game with the help of 13 free throws in the fourth quarter.


Taryn Ciochan had 13 points, including three three–point baskets, to lead Clinton. The Cougars outscored the Eagles 20-15 in the fourth quarter but it was not enough.


Jessica Reuhl had 12 points to lead Jefferson.


JEFFERSON 50, CLINTON 47


Jefferson (50)—Wellnitz, 2-2-8; Rodriguez, 2-1-5; Wagner, 3-1-8; Wegner, 1-8-10; Reuhl, 5-2-12; Gnabsik, 3-1-7. Totals: 16-15-50.


Clinton (47)—J. Ciochon, 1-0-2; Kopp, 2-2-6; Lantz, 2-0-4; T. Ciochon, 5-0-13; Nickel, 3-2-8; Vance, 1-0-2; Popanz, 1-0-2; Niemann, 3-4-10. Totals: 18-8-47.


Jefferson 5 17 13 15—50


Clinton 10 5 12 20—47


Three-point goals—Jefferson 3 (Wellnitz 2, Wagner), Clinton 3 (T. Ciochan 3). Free throws missed—Jefferson 10, Clinton 7. Total fouls—Jefferson 17, Clinton 24. Fouled out—Kopp.



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