Another hot night from the free-throw line helped Big Foot stay among the Rock Valley conference’s leaders.

Reagan Courier scored 19 points and the Chiefs went 12 of 15 at the line in a 56-49 win over Clinton on Friday.

Big Foot (10-5, 9-2 RVC) improved to 4-2 in its last six games. The Chiefs have made 80 percent (79-for-99) of their free throws during that stretch. Friday’s win moved Big Foot ahead of Whitewater for second place in the conference.

Courier had 15 points—including six free throws—during the second half. The Chiefs widened a five-point halftime lead. Courtney Schoenbeck (13 points) and Payton Courier (12 points) also finished in double digits.

Payton Severson led the Cougars (7-7, 5-7 RVC) with 15 points, including three 3s. Liz Kalk added 10 points.

BIG FOOT 56, CLINTON 49

Big Foot (56)—Schoenbeck 6-0-13, R. Courier 5-8-19, Vandebogart 1-0-2, Gonzalez 2-2-6, Demco 2-0-4, P. Courier 5-2-12. Totals: 21-12-56.

Clinton (49)—Kalk 4-0-10, Welte 1-2-4, Jacobson 1-0-3, Ciochon 2-0-4, Brewer 2-0-5, Severson 5-2-15, Roehl 1-2-4, Kemp 2-0-4. Totals: 18-6-49.

Big Foot 27 29—56

Clinton 22 27—49

3-point goals—Clinton 7 (Severson 3, Kalk 2, Brewer 1, Jacobson 1), Big Foot 2 (Schoebeck, R. Courier). Free throws missed—Clinton 5, Big Foot 3. Total fouls—Big Foot 16, Clinton 15.

Edgerton 59, East Troy 42—Bethany Oren scored 16 points and Jessica Danks added 14 as the Crimson Tide snapped a three-game losing streak Friday against the Trojans.

Oren, a senior, hasn’t scored fewer than 13 points in a game this season and is 39 points short of 1,000 for her career. Edgerton (4-12, 2-10 RVC) hopped past East Troy (4-10, 1-10 RVC) for ninth place in the Rock Valley Conference.

Erin Rice had 18 points to pace East Troy.

EDGERTON 59, EAST TROY 42

Edgerton (59)—Oren 5-6-16, Stamm 4-2-11, Demrow 3-3-9, C. Danks 1-0-2, Shaw 2-0-4, Schuman 1-0-2, J. Danks 5-3-14, Radtke 0-1-1. Totals: 21-15-59.

East Troy (42)—Randeau 0-2-2, Rice 6-4-18, G. Moker 3-0-8, Lindow 1-1-3, Lomen 1-0-3, K. Moker 1-0-3, Gulig 2-1-5. Totals: 14-8-42.

Edgerton 20 39—59

East Troy 14 28—42

3-point goals—ET 6 (Rice 2, G. Moker 2, K. Moker 1, Lomen 1), Edgerton 2 (J. Danks, Stamm). Free throws missed—Edgerton 11, ET 6. Total fouls—ET 25, Edgerton 21.

Jefferson 64, Brodhead 35—The Eagles continued their undefeated season by rolling past the visiting Cardinals in Rock Valley Conference girls basketball action Friday night.

Post players Emilee Truman and Olivia Ganser led the Eagles (13-0, 11-0 RVC). Truman had 18 points and Ganser added 11.

Jefferson led 32-18 at halftime, and the visiting Cardinals never got closer than 13 points in the second half.

Erin Nyhus led the Cardinals (7-7, 4-7 RVC) with 20 points.

JEFFERSON 64, BRODHEAD 35

Brodhead (35)—Purdue, 1-1-4; Nyhus, 5-10-20; Bescup, 1-2-4; Pryce, 0-1-1; Tresemer, 1-0-2; Oliver, 1-2-4. Totals: 9-16-35.

Jefferson (64)—Ganser, 5-1-11; Morrison, 1-5-7; Powell, 1-0-2; Luengas, 3-3-9; Becker, 1-2-4; Fetherson, 3-3-10; Neitzal, 1-0-2; Truman, 9-0-18; Beck, 0-1-1. Totals: 24-16—64.

Brodhead 18 17—35

Jefferson 32 32—64

Three-point goals—Brodhead 1 (Purdue), Jefferson 1 (Fetherson). Free throws missed—Brodhead 12, Jeferson 8. Total fouls—Brodhead 19, Jefferson 21.

Beloit Turner 51, Evansville 34—The Trojans stifled the short-handed Blue Devils for a Rock Valley Conference win Friday.

Olivia Tinder scored 10 of her game-high 13 points in the first half to help Turner (8-6, 6-6 RVC) build a 16-point lead at the intermission.

The Trojans made 16 of 24 free throws, led by Tinder’s 9-for-12 night.

Abby Eftemoff had nine points to lead Evansville (5-11, 3-9 RVC). The Blue Devils have scored 54 points in two games without their leading scorer, sophomore Paige Banks, who was averaging 18.3 points per game before being sidelined by a concussion.

TURNER 51, EVANSVILLE 34

Evansville (34)—Rinehart 2-1-5, Hazard 3-0-6, Fillner 1-1-3, Baumberger 1-0-2, Eftemoff 4-1-9, Wagner 2-0-4, Acker 1-2-4, Anderson 0-1-1. Totals: 14-6-34.

Turner (51)—Bosetti 3-0-6, Fowler 1-0-3, Nitz 3-3-9, Metzger 4-0-11, Tinder 2-9-13, Young 1-4-9. Totals: 15-16-51.

Evansville 13 21—34

Turner 29 22—51

3-point goals—Turner 5 (Metzger 3, Fowler 1, Young 1), Evansville 0. Free throws missed—Turner 8, Evansville 6. Total fouls—Evansville 20, Turner 17.

McFarland 54, Whitewater 52—McFarland came away with a tight victory after a battle with Whitewater Friday. The win puts the teams in a tie for third place in the Rock Valley Conference.

The two teams fought for every point in the first half before Whitewater took a 20-18 lead into the break. The second half was just as close as the Spartans knocked off the Whippets 54-52.

Katie Rounds and Gabi Runde scored 17 apiece to lead the Spartans. Runde made four three-pointers in the effort.

Allison Heckert led the Whippets, who fall to 10-4, with 13 points.

MCFARLAND 54, WHITEWATER 52

Whitewater (52)—Heckert 2-7-13; Grosinske 4-1-9; Carollo 3-2-8; Ketterhagen 4-2-10; Henneman 0-2-2; Reynolds 4-2-10. Totals: 17-16-52.

McFarland (54)—East 1-5-7; Zahn 4-2-11; Runde 6-1-17; Rounds 5-6-17; Lonigro 0-1-1; Hildebrandt 0-1-1. Totals: 16-16-54.

Whitewater 20 34—54

McFarland 18 36—52

Three-point goals—Whitewater 2 (Heckert), McFarland 6 (Runde 4, Rounds 1, Zahn 1). Free throws missed—Whitewater 12, McFarland 10. Fouls—Whitewater 17, McFarland 22. Fouled out—Carollo (W), Runde (M), Rounds (M).

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