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Brodhead remains alone in first, other scores

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Gazette Staff
January 28, 2011

Brodhead High had to work overtime, but the Cardinals got a huge win in Rock Valley South girls basketball Thursday night.


After the host Cardinals jumped off to a 24-11 lead in the first quarter, they needed an overtime to finally turn back defending champion Orfordville Parkview, 56-52, in a battle for first place.


The win lifted Brodhead (9-6) to 7-2 in the conference and kept the Cardinals in sole possession of first place. Parkview (6-9) slipped to a 5-4 league record and two games off the pace after being outscored 8-4 in the overtime.


Christi Mohns and Taylor Douglas led the Cardinals with 15 points apiece. Parkview’s Stephanie Aasen led all scorers with 22 points, while teammate Melissa Harnack scored 10.


BRODHEAD 56, PARKVIEW 52 (OT)

Parkview (52)—Danielson, 2-0-4; Harnack, 4-0-10; Strzok, 2-2-6; Noble, 1-2-4; Aasen, 9-4-22; Wellnitz, 2-0-6. Totals: 20-8-52.


Brodhead (56)—Heller, 4-0-8; Ahrens, 1-0-3; Boumgartner, 1-0-2; Pickel, 2-0-5; M. Mohns, 3-0-7; Douglas, 5-5-15; C. Mohns, 7-1-15; duffield, 0-1-1. Totals: 23-7-56.


Parkview 11 14 14 9 4—52


Brodhead 24 5 10 9 8—56


Three-point goals—Parkview 4 (Harnack 2, Wellnitz 2), Brodhead 3 (Ahrens, M. Mohns, Pickel). Free throws missed—Parkview 5, Brodhead 11. Total fouls—Parkview 16, Brodhead 14. Fouled out—Ahrens, M. Mohns.


-- Clinton 65, Turner 53—The visiting Cougars (7-7, 3-6) made 24 free throws en route to a Rock South win over Turner (7-7, 3-6).


Olivia Nickel had 18 points to lead Clinton, while Megan Grover paced Turner (7-7, 3-6) with a game-high 20 points.


CLINTON 65, TURNER 53

Clinton (65)—J. Ciochon, 2-0-5; Kopp, 1-0-2; Jacobson, 2-7-12; Lantz, 3-4-13; A. Ciochon, 0-3-3; Nickel, 6-6-18; Popanz, 0-2-2; Nieman, 3-1-7; Logterman, 0-1-1; T. Kemp, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-24-65.


Turner (53)—Herold, 5-3-13; Grover, 7-4-20; N. Smith, 2-0-4; K. Smith, 2-0-4; Snippen, 5-2-12. Totals: 21-9-53.


Clinton 9 17 17 22—65


Turner 13 8 14 18—53


Three-point goals—Clinton 5 (Lantz 3, Jacobson, J. Ciochon), Turner 2 (Grover 2). Free throws missed—Clinton 13, Turner 3. Total fouls—Clinton 10, Turner 23. Fouled out—Green, Herold.


-- Big Foot 32, Palmyra-Eagle 19—Big Foot (4-11, 3-6) needed a 10-3 advantage in the fourth quarter to put away the winless Panthers (0-14, 0-9) in a Rock Valley South game at Walworth.


Jen Petkoff paced the Chiefs with 11 points.


BIG FOOT 32, PALMYRA-EAGLE 19

Palmyra-Eagle (19)—Watts, 1-3-5; Rautsaw, 1-0-2; Giese, 1-0-2; Roscizewski, 3-0-7; Morateck, 1-0-3. Totals: 7-3-19.


Big Foot (32)—Petkoff, 4-3-11; Young, 0-1-1; Martin, 0-1-1; Mazur, 0-1-1; Arntz, 0-2-2; Kovarik, 2-3-7; Spangler, 2-1-5; Miller, 0-2-2; Lueck, 1-0-2; Totals: 9-14-32.


Palmyra-Eagle 2 12 2 3—19


Walworth Big Foot 12 1 9 10—32


Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 2 (Morateck, Roscizewski). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 1, Big Foot 18. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 18, Big Foot 11.


Junior varsity—Big Foot 29, Palmyra-Eagle 18.


North

-- Whitewater 69, Evansville 56—The Whippets (6-6, 5-4) erupted for 28 points in the fourth quarter in pulling away for the Rock Valley North win over visiting Evansville.


Julia Shelbourn had 22 points to lead Whitewater, while Kayla Klitzman paced the Blue Devils (0-14, 0-9) with 13.


WHITEWATER 69, EVANSVILLE 56

Evansville (56)—Kinney, 5-0-13; Eager, 1-3-5; Klitzman, 5-2-12; Beggs, 3-2-8; Phalin, 3-1-9; Abey, 3-3-9. Totals: 20-11-56.


Whitewater (69)—Masterson, 0-2-2; Hollingshead, 0-1-1; Piper, 0-3-3; Harty, 1-0-3; Hookstead, 7-1-16; Trewyn, 3-4-10; Shelbourn, 9-4-22; Samuels, 5-2-12. Totals: 25-16-69.


Evansville 21 13 6 16—56


Whitewater 13 9 19 28—69


Three-point goals—Evansville 5 (Kiney 3, Phalin 2), Whitewater 3 (Harty, Hookstead, Shelbourn). Free throws missed—Evansville 14, Whitewater 13. Total fouls—Evansville 25, Whitewater 25. Fouled out—Phalin.


-- McFarland 52, Jefferson 40—The host Spartans (8-7, 6-3) held the Eagles to nine first-half points and coasted to the Rock Valley North win.


Kaitylynn Eversoll had 16 points to lead McFarland, while Maddie Hettinger added 15.


McFARLAND 52, JEFFERSON 40

Jefferson (40)—Rodriguez, 3-0-8; K. Wagner, 1-0-3; A. Wagner, 3-0-7; Reuhl, 5-5-15; Janny, 2-0-4; Gnabsik, 1-1-3. Totals: 15-6-40.


McFarland (52)—Eversoll, 6-0-16; M. Hettinger, 6-3-15; Frazier, 4-0-8; C. Hettinger, 4-0-8; Ujke, 1-1-3; Kranz, 0-2-2. Totals: 21-6-52.


Jefferson 8 1 17 14—40


McFarland 10 14 15 13—52


Three-point goals—Jefferson 5 (Rodriguez 3, K. Wagner, A. Wagner), McFarland 4 (Eversoll 4). Free throws missed—Jefferson 4, McFarland 8. Total fouls—Jefferson 16, McFarland 13.



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