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Rock Valley boys hoops: East Troy wins at Whitewater

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Gazette staff
January 9, 2014

Whitewater picked the wrong players to foul in the fourth quarter.

Jacob Growel made 7 of 8 free throws and Justin Growel added 3 of 4 to lead East Troy to a 78-72 Rock Valley North Conference win at Whitewater on Thursday night.

Jacob Growel finished with 28 points, including 14 free throws, while Justin Growel had 10. Will Iloncaie added 17 points, including five in the fourth quarter, to help the Trojans (6-3, 4-2) move into a three-way tie  for second in the league standings.

Scott Gorsuch led the Whippets (3-6, 3-3) with 22 points, with 20 of them coming in the first half.

Anthony Juoni added 12 points and Joe Michaels had 11.

EAST TROY 78, WHITEWATER 72

East Troy (78)—Kaminski, 2-2-7; Brehm, 2-0-5; Iloncaie, 6-0-17; Mitchell, 4-0-8; Ciriacks, 1-0-3; Ju. Growel, 3-4-10; Kent, 7-14-28. Totals: 25-20-78.

Whitewater (72)—Nost, 2-0-4; Fuller, 3-0-9; Dean, 1-0-3; Gorsuch, 7-7-22; Harms, 2-0-5; Juoni, 6-0-12; Hill, 2-2-6; Michaels, 4-3-11. Totals: 27-12-72.

East Troy          11        27                                19 21—78

Whitewater      20        16                                15 21—72

Three-point goals—East Troy 8 (Kaminski, Brehm, Iloncaie 5, Ciriacks), Whitewater 6 (Fuller 3, Dean, Gorsuch, Harms). Free throws missed—East Troy 7, Whitewater 14. Total fouls—East Troy 26, Whitewater 25. Fouled out—Michaels.

 

McFarland 50, Jefferson 40—Sean Chislom scored 17 points and Benjamin Rounds added 15 to lead the host Spartans to victory.

Both teams are 4-2 in the conference.

Vinny Cincotta scored 18 points to lead the Eagles.

MCFARLAND 50 JEFFERSON 43

Jefferson (43)—D. Ott, 1-0-2; C. Ott, 3-0-6; Stelse, 2-0-4; Cincotta, 6-6-18; M. Ott, 1-1-3; Welper, 2-0-6; Fox, 1-0-2; Janny, 1-0-2. Totals: 17-7-43.

McFarland (50)—Herbst, 2-3-7; Witt, 0-2-2; Chislom, 7-3-17; Rounds, 5-4-15; Medenblik, 2-0-6; Moore, 0-1; Kopp, 0-2-2. Totals: 16-15-50.

Jefferson           13        15                                  9  6—43

McFarland        14        14                                11 11—50

Three-point goals—Jefferson 2 (Welber 2), McFarland 3 (Medenblik 2, Rounds 1). Free throws missed—Jefferson 4, McFarland 10. Total fouls—Jefferson 22, McFarland 13.

 

Edgerton 64, Evansville 34—The Crimson Tide remained perfect, moving to 10-0 overall and 6-0 atop the Rock North, by jumping ahead by double digits in the first quarter and never looking back.

James Fox led Edgerton with 14 points, while Adam Converse added 13.

Freshman guard Brennen Banks scored a dozen for the Blue Devils (4-7, 2-4).

EDGERTON 64, EVANSVILLE 34

Evansville (34)—Banks, 4-0-12; Moc, 1-2-4; Cheoweth, 1-1-3; Sperry, 2-3-7; Rutkowski, 4-0-8. Totals: 12-6-34.

Edgerton (64)—Horn, 2-1-5; Ethan Fox, 1-0-2; Johnson, 2-4-9; Fox, 5-2-14; Williams, 3-0-8; Converse, 6-1-13; Deegan, 4-0-8; Zeimet, 2-1-5. Totals: 25-9-64.

Evansville            7          8                                10  9—34

Edgerton           18        13                                21 12—64

Three-point goals—Evansville 4 (Banks4); Edgerton 5 (J. Fox 2, Williams 2, Johnson). Free throws missed—Evansville 4; Edgerton 6. Total fouls—Evansville 12; Edgerton 13.

 

ROCK VALLEY SOUTH

Big Foot 58, Brodhead 44—A dominant second quarter was the story for the Chiefs (2-7, 2-4), as they outscored the Cardinals 23-5 over that eight minutes on their way to a road victory.

Austin Hoey scored a game-high 16 points for Big Foot, and Alex Landers added 14.

Josiah DeLorme led three Brodhead players in double figures with 13.

BIG FOOT 58, BRODHEAD 44

Big Foot (58)—Pearce, 0-3-3; Freytag, 4-1-10; Landers, 4-3-14; Halma, 1-0-2; Morris, 1-0-2; Hoey, 6-1-16; Wedig, 3-1-7; Tovar, 1-0-2; Greco, 1-0-2. Totals: 21-9-58.

Brodhead (44)—Josh Pickel, 1-2-4; DeLorme, 4-4-13; Day, 1-2-4; Sanders, 0-1-1; Slocum, 1-10-12; Harnack, 3-3-10. Totals: 10-22-44.

Big Foot             11        23                                14 10—58

Brodhead          14          5                                  8 17—44

Three-point goals—Big Foot 7 (Landers 3, Hoey 3, Freytag); Brodhead 2 (DeLorme, Harnack). Free throws missed—Big Foot 8; Brodhead 14. Total fouls—Big Foot 24; Brodhead 15.

 

Turner 41, Palmyra-Eagle 35—The Trojans held the Panthers to just 10 first-half points and gained sole possession of the lead in the Rock Valley South at 4-2 (5-4 overall).

Anthony Payton, Alec Fruin and Justin Hansen each scored nine points for Turner.

TURNER 41, PALMYRA-EAGLE 35

Turner (41)—Payton, 4-1-9; Bingham, 0-6-6; I. Olson, 2-0-4; Fruin, 4-0-9; Hansen, 3-3-9; Bartz, 1-0-2; Korbol, 1-0-2. Totals: 15-10-41.

Palmyra-Eagle (35)—B. Olson, 1-0-2; Poulson, 1-0-2; Carpenter, 2-0-5; Behr, 3-4-12; Dahms, 3-0-8; Mara, 2-2-6. Totals: 12-6-35.

Turner                  6        13                                10 12—41

Palmyra-Eagle   4          6                                  9 16—35

Three-point goals—Turner 1 (Fruin); Palmyra-Eagle 5 (Behr 2, Dahms 2, Carpenter). Free throws missed—Turner 11; Palmyra-Eagle 7. Total fouls—Turner 12; Palmyra-Eagle 19. Fouled out—Mara.

Whitewater picked the wrong players to foul in the fourth quarter.

Jacob Growel made 7 of 8 free throws and Justin Growel added 3 of 4 to lead East Troy to a 78-72 Rock Valley North Conference win at Whitewater on Thursday night.

Jacob Growel finished with 28 points, including 14 free throws, while Justin Growel had 10. Will Iloncaie added 17 points, including five in the fourth quarter, to help the Trojans (6-3, 4-2) move into a three-way tie  for second in the league standings.

Scott Gorsuch led the Whippets (3-6, 3-3) with 22 points, with 20 of them coming in the first half.

Anthony Juoni added 12 points and Joe Michaels had 11.

EAST TROY 78, WHITEWATER 72

East Troy (78)—Kaminski, 2-2-7; Brehm, 2-0-5; Iloncaie, 6-0-17; Mitchell, 4-0-8; Ciriacks, 1-0-3; Ju. Growel, 3-4-10; Kent, 7-14-28. Totals: 25-20-78.

Whitewater (72)—Nost, 2-0-4; Fuller, 3-0-9; Dean, 1-0-3; Gorsuch, 7-7-22; Harms, 2-0-5; Juoni, 6-0-12; Hill, 2-2-6; Michaels, 4-3-11. Totals: 27-12-72.

East Troy          11        27                                1921—78

Whitewater      20        16                                1521—72

Three-point goals—East Troy 8 (Kaminski, Brehm, Iloncaie 5, Ciriacks), Whitewater 6 (Fuller 3, Dean, Gorsuch, Harms). Free throws missed—East Troy 7, Whitewater 14. Total fouls—East Troy 26, Whitewater 25. Fouled out—Michaels.

n McFarland 50, Jefferson 40—Sean Chislom scored 17 points and Benjamin Rounds added 15 to lead the host Spartans to victory.

Both teams are 4-2 in the conference.

Vinny Cincotta scored 18 points to lead the Eagles.

MCFARLAND 50 JEFFERSON 43

Jefferson (43)—D. Ott, 1-0-2; C. Ott, 3-0-6; Stelse, 2-0-4; Cincotta, 6-6-18; M. Ott, 1-1-3; Welper, 2-0-6; Fox, 1-0-2; Janny, 1-0-2. Totals: 17-7-43.

McFarland (50)—Herbst, 2-3-7; Witt, 0-2-2; Chislom, 7-3-17; Rounds, 5-4-15; Medenblik, 2-0-6; Moore, 0-1; Kopp, 0-2-2. Totals: 16-15-50.

Jefferson           13        15                                  9  6—43

McFarland        14        14                                1111—50

Three-point goals—Jefferson 2 (Welber 2), McFarland 3 (Medenblik 2, Rounds 1). Free throws missed—Jefferson 4, McFarland 10. Total fouls—Jefferson 22, McFarland 13.

n Edgerton 64, Evansville 34—The Crimson Tide remained perfect, moving to 10-0 overall and 6-0 atop the Rock North, by jumping ahead by double digits in the first quarter and never looking back.

James Fox led Edgerton with 14 points, while Adam Converse added 13.

Freshman guard Brennen Banks scored a dozen for the Blue Devils (4-7, 2-4).

EDGERTON 64, EVANSVILLE 34

Evansville (34)—Banks, 4-0-12; Moc, 1-2-4; Cheoweth, 1-1-3; Sperry, 2-3-7; Rutkowski, 4-0-8. Totals: 12-6-34.

Edgerton (64)—Horn, 2-1-5; Ethan Fox, 1-0-2; Johnson, 2-4-9; Fox, 5-2-14; Williams, 3-0-8; Converse, 6-1-13; Deegan, 4-0-8; Zeimet, 2-1-5. Totals: 25-9-64.

Evansville            7          8                                10  9—34

Edgerton           18        13                                2112—64

Three-point goals—Evansville 4 (Banks4); Edgerton 5 (J. Fox 2, Williams 2, Johnson). Free throws missed—Evansville 4; Edgerton 6. Total fouls—Evansville 12; Edgerton 13.

Rock Valley South

n Big Foot 58, Brodhead 44—A dominant second quarter was the story for the Chiefs (2-7, 2-4), as they outscored the Cardinals 23-5 over that eight minutes on their way to a road victory.

Austin Hoey scored a game-high 16 points for Big Foot, and Alex Landers added 14.

Josiah DeLorme led three Brodhead players in double figures with 13.

BIG FOOT 58, BRODHEAD 44

Big Foot (58)—Pearce, 0-3-3; Freytag, 4-1-10; Landers, 4-3-14; Halma, 1-0-2; Morris, 1-0-2; Hoey, 6-1-16; Wedig, 3-1-7; Tovar, 1-0-2; Greco, 1-0-2. Totals: 21-9-58.

Brodhead (44)—Josh Pickel, 1-2-4; DeLorme, 4-4-13; Day, 1-2-4; Sanders, 0-1-1; Slocum, 1-10-12; Harnack, 3-3-10. Totals: 10-22-44.

Big Foot             11        23                                1410—58

Brodhead          14          5                                  817—44

Three-point goals—Big Foot 7 (Landers 3, Hoey 3, Freytag); Brodhead 2 (DeLorme, Harnack). Free throws missed—Big Foot 8; Brodhead 14. Total fouls—Big Foot 24; Brodhead 15.

n Turner 41, Palmyra-Eagle 35—The Trojans held the Panthers to just 10 first-half points and gained sole possession of the lead in the Rock Valley South at 4-2 (5-4 overall).

Anthony Payton, Alec Fruin and Justin Hansen each scored nine points for Turner.

TURNER 41, PALMYRA-EAGLE 35

Turner (41)—Payton, 4-1-9; Bingham, 0-6-6; I. Olson, 2-0-4; Fruin, 4-0-9; Hansen, 3-3-9; Bartz, 1-0-2; Korbol, 1-0-2. Totals: 15-10-41.

Palmyra-Eagle (35)—B. Olson, 1-0-2; Poulson, 1-0-2; Carpenter, 2-0-5; Behr, 3-4-12; Dahms, 3-0-8; Mara, 2-2-6. Totals: 12-6-35.

Turner                  6        13                                1012—41

Palmyra-Eagle   4          6                                  916—35

Three-point goals—Turner 1 (Fruin); Palmyra-Eagle 5 (Behr 2, Dahms 2, Carpenter). Free throws missed—Turner 11; Palmyra-Eagle 7. Total fouls—Turner 12; Palmyra-Eagle 19. Fouled out—Mara.



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