It was a busy night for the referees at the Edgerton and East Troy high school girls basketball game Tuesday.

The teams combined for 49 fouls, and four girls fouled out of the Rock Valley Conference game.

Despite shooting just 17-of-43 from the line, Edgerton escaped with a 65-62 home win.

The Crimson Tide improved to 2-2 overall and 1-2 in league play. East Troy is 0-3.

Bethany Oren scored a game high 28 points and shot 24 free throws in the effort for the Crimson Tide. Jessica Danks added 23.

Edgerton hosts Whitewater on Friday.

EDGERTON 65, EAST TROY 62

East Troy (62)—Rice 5-5-18; Verbeten 0-3-3; Lindow 3-6-14; Lomen 4-4-15; Moker 2-0-6; Leising 1-0-2; Winkler 1-0-2; Betley 1-0-2. Totals: 17-18-62.

Edgerton (65)—Oren 8-12-28; Stamm 2-0-4; Shaw 1-1-3; Schuman 1-0-2; Danks 10-1-23; Cleveland 1-1-3; Radtke 0-2-2. Totals: 23-17-65.

East Troy 45 17—62

Edgerton 28 37—65

Three point goals—East Troy 10 (Rice/Lomen 3, Lindow/Moker 2), Edgerton 2 (Danks 2). Free throws missed—East Troy 9, Edgerton 26. Fouls—East Troy 29, Edgerton 20. Fouled out— Rice, Verbeten, Danks, Stamm.

Beloit Turner 37, Evansville 35—Four players had at least six points for Beloit Turner in a close road win over Evansville.

Carson Nitz led the way with 11 points for Turner.

TURNER 37, EVANSVILLE 35

Turner (37)—Fowler 3-1-9; Nitz 5-1-11; Fobes 1-0-2; Metzger 2-0-6; Tinder 2-3-7; Young 1-0-2. Totals: 14-5-37.

Evansville (35)—Rinehart 1-0-2, Ettemoff 4-6-15, Wagner 2-0-4, Tiedt 1-0-2, Banks 3-6-12. Totals: 11-12-35.

Turner 21 16—37

Evansville 16 19—35

Three point goals—Turner 4 (Metzger/Fowler 2), Evansville 1 (Ettemoff). Free throws missed—Turner 7, Evansville 18. Fouls—Turner 22, Evansville 19.

Whitewater 74, McFarland 72—The host Whippets picked up a critical conference victory by coming from behind to beat the Spartans.

Brianna Zimdars made a go-ahead free throw late in the game, and Abby Grosinske made another freebie to pad the advantage and grabbed the final rebound to hang on.

Whitewater trailed 39-35 at halftime.

Kacie Carollo scored a game-high 21 points, while Grosinske had 18 and Allison Heckert 15.

“We did exactly what we were capable of tonight with our outside game, moving the ball around, and making solid decisions on our shooting selections,” Whitewater coach Judy Harms said. “The girls took turns hitting key buckets, which made it tough for McFarland to shut us down.”

WHITEWATER 74, McFARLAND 72

McFarland (72)—DeMuth 6-3-16, East 3-0-9, Runde 6-4-17, Rounds 5-4-14, Feldner 1-0-3, Hildebrandt 4-2-13. Totals: 25-13-72.

Whitewater (74)—Heckert 6-0-15, Grosinske 5-5-18, Carollo 6-6-21, Henneman 0-2-2, Laue 2-0-4, Zimdars 0-1-1, DuClos 2-1-5, Reynolds 3-2-8. Totals: 24-17-74.

McFarland 39 33—72

Whitewater 35 39—74

Three-point goals—M 9 (East 3, Hildebrandt 3, DeMuth, Runde, Feldner), W 9 (Heckert 3, Grosinske 3, Carollo 3). Free throws missed—M 6, W 9. Total fouls—M 20, W 16. Fouled out—Henneman, Reynolds.

Jefferson 61, Brodhead 44—The Eagles built a 12-point lead by halftime and rolled from there against the host Cardinals.

Callie Morrison scored 16 points to lead Jefferson, which held Brodhead to just 15 first-half points.

The Cardinals’ Erin Nyhus led all scorers with 17 points.

JEFFERSON 61, BRODHEAD 44

Jefferson (61)—Ganser 2-3-7, Morrison 7-0-16, Powell 1-0-2, Luengas 2-0-4, Fetherston 6-0-14, Neitzel 1-0-2, Peterson 1-1-3, Truman 5-2-12, Howard 0-1-1. Totals: 25-7-61.

Brodhead (44)—Purdue 4-0-10, Nyhus 4-8-17, Bescup 4-0-8, Tresemer 0-2-2, Pryce 1-0-2, Steiner 0-1-1, Lawrence 2-0-4.

Jefferson 27 34—61

Brodhead 15 29—44

Three-point goals—J 4 (Morrison 2, Fetherston 2), B 3 (Purdue 2, Nyhus). Free throws missed—J 5, B 4. Total fouls—J 18, B 17.

Nonconference girls

Badger 58, Tremper 46—Forward Courtney Oomens scored a game-high 15 points and the Badgers built a nine-point halftime lead and held on from there.

BADGER 58, TREMPER 46

Tremper (46)—Pacetti 1-0-3; Ester 6-5-18; Wisniewski 1-1-3; Coker 3-0-6; Wendorf 2-2-6; Verheyen 4-0-10. Totals: 17-8-46.

Badger (58)-Welch 3-0-6; Clifford 0-1-1; Deering 1-2-5; Kleeman 1-9-11; Nurnberg 1-0-3; Wiesemen 1-0-2; Todd 0-2-2; Smid 2-1-3; Peterson 2-0-2; Oomens 7-0-15; Moss 2-4-8. Totals: 19-19-58.

Kenosha Tremper 17 29—46

Badger 26 32—58

Three point goals—Tremper 4 (Verheyen 2, Ester/Pacetti 1), Badger 3 (Deering/Nurnberg/Oomens 1). Free throws missed—Tremper 7, Badger 24. Fouls—Tremper 28, Badger 19.

Nonconference boys

Reedsburg 73, Milton 50—A big first half propelled Reedsburg over Milton as the Beavers led 40-23 at halftime. Beavers senior Tyson Tully led the way, scoring 20 of his 22 points before the break.

Brad Bowditch scored 13 points to lead Milton, which will look for its first win of the season against Oregon Friday.

REEDSBURG 73, MILTON 50

Reedsburg (73)—T. Tully 10-1-22; W. Fuhrmann 4-0-9; Halvensleben 3-0-6; Rapisarda 1-0-2; B. Fuhrmann 2-2-7; Daniels 3-3-10; Dregney 3-0-8; Molitor 1-0-3, M. Tully 3-0-6. Totals: 30-6-73.

Milton (50)—Terrill 1-2-5; Nelson 1-0-3; Bowditch 4-5-13; Brown 3-0-9; Gray 1-5-7; Hammer 2-2-8; Wecker 2-2-5. Totals: 14-15-50.

Reedsburg 40 33—73

Milton 24 26—50

Three point goals—Reedsburg 7 (Dregney 2, T. Tully/W. Fuhrmann/B. Fuhrmann/Daniels/Molitor 1), Milton 7 (Brown 3, Hammer 2, Terrill/Nelson 1). Free throws missed—Reedsburg 4, Milton 4. Total fouls—Reedsburg 22, Milton 14.

Belleville 64, Parkview 53—Belleville’s Drew Shrader led the Wildcats with 24 points.

Parkview’s Eli Hoscheit finished the night with a game-high 28 points.

BELLEVILLE 64, PARKVIEW 53

Parkview (53)—Jarrett Brown 2-2-4; Nathan Mohr 2-0-2; Aldon Campbell 2-0-2; Riley Carrol 3-1-8; Eli Hoscheit 9-6-28; Justin Balch 4-1-9. Totals: 22-10-53.

Belleville (64)—Jaydon Winkers 5-4-15; Austin Fahey 3-0-8; Cole Meyers 2-0-4; Brock Kelly 3-2-8; Drew Shrader 9-6-24; Sawyer Fahey 0-2-2; Royce Clark 1-1-3. Totals: 23-15-64.

Parkview 25 28—53

Belleville 31 33—64

Three point goals—Parkview 5 (Hoscheit 4, Carroll 1), Belleville 3 (A. Fahey 2, Winkers 1). Free throws missed— Parkview 1, Belleville 6. Fouls—Parkview 19, Belleville 15.

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