Janesville25.4°

RVC girls hoops: Edgerton tops East Troy

Comments Comments Print Print
Gazette staff
December 14, 2013

Edgerton overcame two late turnovers to hold off visiting East Troy 45-43 in Rock Valley Conference girls basketball action Friday night.

Julia Snell scored 13 points and Allyson Long added 11 as Edgerton went to 1-1 in the conference and 2-3 overall.

The Trojans made steals on two consecutive Edgerton inbound plays, and the resulting baskets cut the Crimson Tide lead to two points. Edgerton stayed ahead by making key free throws down the stretch.

M.E. Dodge led East Troy with 11 points.

EDGERTON 45, EAST TROY 43

East Troy (43)—Dodge 11, Gaspervich 5, K. Hodges 3, J. Hodges 2, Kloth 3, Leising 4, Rosin 5, Santos 7, Speight 3. Totals: 14-10-43.

Edgerton (45)—Farrington 2, Johnson 3, Karman 3, Long 11, Reilly 3, Schmidt 8, Snell 13, Stock 2. Totals: 18-3-45.

East Troy                                                               8          14                    12                    9—43

Edgerton                                                             19          9                      11                    8—45

Three-point goals—East Troy 5 (Gaspervich, K. Hodges, Kloth, Rosin, Spaight), Edgerton 5 (Snell 3, Johnson, Reilly). Free throws missed—East Troy 8, Edgerton 3. Total fouls—East Troy 12, Edgerton 18.

 

• Parkview 45, Big Foot 37—The Vikings overcame a slow start in the first quarter to earn their first conference victory (1-2, 2-2).

Parkview scored just two points in the first quarter but got 17 in the second. It held on in the second half.

Sara Kearns paced the Vikings with 13 points. Morgan Courier had 15 for the Chiefs (1-2, 1-2).

PARKVIEW 45, BIG FOOT 37

Big Foot (37)—Ripke, 0-4-4; Courier, 6-2-15; Briggs, 4-5-13; Colby, 1-0-2; Snudden, 1-1-3. Totals: 12-12-37.

Parkview (45)—Heldt, 4-0-11; Markee, 0-3-3; Drazeing, 0-1-1; Johnson, 1-0-2; Binkley, 2-1-5; Warden, 2-1-5; M. Gestich, 2-0-4; S. Kearns, 5-3-13; H. Kearns, 0-1-1. Totals: 16-10-45.

Big Foot               6          7          9 15—37

Parkview             2        17        11 15—45

Three-point goals—Big Foot 1 (Courier); Parkview 3 (Heldt). Free-throws missed—Big Foot 7, Parkview 10. Total fouls—Big Foot 20; Parkview 19. Fouled out—M. Gestrich.

 

• Brodhead 65, Palmyra-Eagle 18—The Cardinals outscored the Panthers 49-8 after the first quarter of a conference rout.

Senior forward Carly Mohns had 16 points for Brodhead (4-0, 3-0), while Rachel Heller added a dozen.

BRODHEAD 65, PALMYRA-EAGLE 18

Palmyra-Eagle (18)—Cardenas, 1-0-3; Jrolf, 2-0-4; Maule, 2-0-5; Am. Sagert, 2-0-4; As. Sagert, 1-0-2. Totals: 8-0-18.

Brodhead (65)—Heller, 5-2-12; Kloepping, 1-2-4; Pickel, 3-4-10; Heath, 1-0-2; Halvorsen, 4-0-9; Moe, 2-0-6; Boegli, 2-2-6; Mohns, 7-2-16. Totals: 25-12-65.

Palmyra-Eagle 10          2          2 4—18

Brodhead          16        24        15 10—65

Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 2 (Cardenas, Maule); Brodhead 3 (Moe 2, Halvorsen). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 2, Brodhead 5. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 16; Brodhead 9.

 

• Clinton 65, Turner 52—The Cougars scored 28 fourth-quarter points to pull away in an RVC South home victory.

Clinton led just 37-35 after three quarters.

The Cougars (3-1, 2-1) got 17 points from sophomore center Sam Stauss and 15 from senior center Heather Buckler.

Turner (3-1, 2-1) was led by Ashley Himmelmann’s 22.

CLINTON 65, TURNER 52

Turner (52)—Himmelman, 8-6-22; Fowler, 1-0-2; Wasburn, 3-2-7; Sanwick, 1-1-3; Beyer, 3-2-8; Lauterbach, 2-1-5; Krizmanich, 1-0-2; Burns, 1-1-3. Totals: 20-13-52.

Clinton (65)—Kemp, 2-0-4; Gunnink, 2-1-5; Lantz, 3-6-13; Ciochon, 4-2-10; Loudon, 0-2-2; Niemann, 3-3-9; Buckler, 7-1-15; Stauss, 3-1-17. Totals: 24-16-65.

Turner                15        10        10 17—52

Clinton               13        10        14 28—65

Three-point goals—Turner 1 (Wasburn); Clinton 1 (Gunnink). Free throws missed—Turner 10; Clinton 23. Total fouls—Turner 23; Clinton 22. Fouled out—Oldenberg (T), Krizmanich (T), Lauterback (T).

 

• McFarland 68, Evansville 35—McFarland outscored visiting Evansville by a combined 47-10 in the first and third quarters and cruised to the win.

Mattie Hettinger had 17 points as McFarland improved to 3-0 in the Rock Valley.

Hannah Anderson had 10 points for the Blue Devils.

MCFARLAND 68, EVANSVILLE 35

Evansville (35)—Miller, 3-0-6; Krueger, 0-1-1; Greenleaf, 2-2-8; Gregg, 0-2-2; Sunness, 4-0-8; Anderson, 4-2-10. Totals: 13-7-35.

McFarland (68)—M. Hettinger, 7-3-17; Winer, 3-2-10; C. Hettinger, 1-0-2; Gilbertson, 2-3-9; Edcket, 4-0-8; Ewelt, 4-1-9; Runde, 4-4-13. Totals: 25-13-68.

Evansville                                                              5          16                    5                      9—35

McFarland                                                           22          19                    25                    2—68

Three-point goals—Evansville 2 (Greenleaf), McFarland 6 (Winer 3, Gilbertson 2, Runde). Free throws missed—. Total fouls—Evansville 15, McFarland 17. Fouled out—Ewelt.

 

• Whitewater 66, Jefferson 63—No report.



Comments Comments Print Print