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Evansville’s boys basketball team overcame a scorching shooting performance from Brodhead on Thursday night.

The Blue Devils rallied from a three-point halftime deficit to win 73-67 in a Rock Valley Conference game.

Evansville improved to 11-7 overall and 8-6 in the RVC, where it is tied for fourth place. Brodhead fell to 7-11 and 4-10.

Brodhead made 15 3-pointers on the night, including six from Owen Leifker.

But the Blue Devils did not let the long-range barrage get to them. They got a game-high 21 points from Seth Maag, and Aaron Anderson added 19.

Evansville hosts third-place Edgerton on Tuesday night.

EVANSVILLE 73, BRODHEAD 67Evansville (73)—Borchardt 4-1-9, Bisch 2-2-6, Louis 2-0-4, Miller 1-7-9, Maag 8-2-21, Mielke 1-0-3, Anderson 8-2-19, Thompson 1-0-2. Totals: 27-14-73.

Brodhead (67)—Walker 4-0-10, Green 5-2-16, Malcook 4-0-10, Leifker 6-0-18, Anderson 1-0-3, Boegli 1-0-2, Malkow 3-2-8. Totals: 24-4-67.

Evansville 34 39—73

Brodhead 37 30—67

3-point goals—E 5 (Maag 3, Mielke, Anderson), B 15 (Leifker 6, Green 4, Walker 2, Malcook 2, Anderson). Free throws missed—E 9, B 2. Total fouls—E 11, B 18. Fouled out—Louis, Leifker, Malkow.

Edgerton 101, Big Foot 57—The host Crimson Tide made 14 3-pointers to hit the century mark and hold steady in third place in the RVC.

Clayton Jenny and Brian Rusch each scored 18 points for Edgerton (14-4, 11-3), which had five players in double figures.

Basil Demco led the Chiefs (4-14, 2-12) with 15 points.

EDGERTON 101, BIG FOOT 57Big Foot (57)—Demco 5-3-15, Greco 2-2-7, Peterson 3-1-8, Gillingham 4-6-13, Foster 1-3-5, Wilson 2-1-5, Schmitz 0-2-2. Totals: 17-16-57.

Edgerton (101)—Jenny 6-6-18, Hanson 4-2-12, Coombs 2-0-6, Rusch 7-1-18, Gullickson 7-0-14, P. Fox 1-0-2, N. Fox 3-0-9, Spang 6-4-16. Totals: 36-9-101.

Walworth Big Foot 25 32—57

Edgerton 54 47—101

3-point goals—BF 5 (Demco 2, Greco, Peterson, Gillingham), E 14 (Jenny 4, Rusch 3, N. Fox 3, Hanson 2, Coombs 2). Free throws missed—BF 9, E 10. Total fouls—BF 17, E 16.

Jefferson 64, Clinton 43—James Monogue scored 25 points, and the Eagles outscored the Cougars 42-25 after halftime to pull away.

Wade Mueller led Clinton with 12 points.

JEFFERSON 64, CLINTON 43Clinton (43)—Dominy 3-1-7, Espinoza 2-2-7, Howard 1-0-2, Jacobs 1-3-5, Rangel 1-2-4, DuCharme 1-0-2, Peterson 1-2-4, Mueller 5-0-12. Totals: 15-10-43.

Jefferson (64)—Miller 2-0-5, McGraw 2-0-4, Rechlin 1-1-3, Fetherston 2-2-6, Hoffman 1-2-4, C. Stelse 4-2-11, Monogue 9-5-25, Vogel 3-0-6. Totals: 24-12-64.

Clinton 18 25—43

Jefferson 22 42—64

3-point goals—C 3 (Mueller 2, Espinoza), J 4 (Monogue 2, Miller, Stelse). Free throws missed—C 8, J 8. Total fouls—C 21, J 21.

McFarland 66, Whitewater 55—Jackson Werwinski scored 17 points to help the host Spartans stay tied with Evansville for fourth place.

Jake Martin led all scorers with 21 points for the Whippets (7-12, 5-10).

McFARLAND 66, WHITEWATER 55Whitewater (55)—Martin 10-1-21, Frye 1-0-2, Grosinske 0-2-2, Pease 1-0-2, Zimdars 4-2-10, Aron 1-0-2, Brown 2-2-7, Nickels 4-0-9. Totals: 23-7-55.

McFarland (66)—E. Nichols 3-1-7, Z. Nichols 1-0-3, Pavelec 5-4-16, Werwinski 6-2-17, Kes 3-3-9, Larson 1-0-2, Hanson 4-0-9, Kussow 1-1-3. Totals: 24-11-66.

Whitewater 25 30—55

McFarland 29 37—66

3-point goals—W 2 (Brown, Nickels), M 7 (Werwinski 3, Pavelec 2, Z. Nichols, Hanson). Free throws missed—W 3, M 6. Total fouls—W 16, M 15.

Trailways

Parkview 71, Williams Bay 60—The host Vikings outscored the Bulldogs 35-26 in the second half to pull away and gain sole possession of third place in the Trailways South.

Connor Simonson scored 20 points for Parkview (11-9, 7-4), while Tyler Oswald had 18 and Zac Unseth 16.

Williams Bay fell to 9-11 and 6-5.

PARKVIEW 71, WILLIAMS BAY 60Williams Bay (60)—Randall 4-7-16, West 2-0-4, Norton 2-3-9, Viss 6-0-13, Mannelli 3-2-10, Edington 2-4-8. Totals: 19-16-60.

Parkview (71)—Unseth 6-4-16, Barlass 0-1-1, Oswald 6-4-18, Simonson 6-7-20, Kundert 4-3-11, Klitzman 2-0-4, N. Crane 0-1-1. Totals: 24-20-71.

Williams Bay 34 26—60

Orfordville Parkview 36 35—71

3-point goals—WB 4 (Norton 2, Randall, Viss), P 3 (Oswald 2, Simonson). Free throws missed—WB 11, P 5. Total fouls—WB 17, P 26. Fouled out—Viss, N. Crane.

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