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High school hoops: Big fourth sends Big Foot past Turner

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Gazette staff
February 8, 2014

Walworth Big Foot’s boys basketball team scored nearly as many points in the fourth quarter as it did in the first three in pulling away for a Rock Valley South Conference win Saturday afternoon.

The Chiefs scored 27 points in the fourth in rallying past Beloit Turner, 58-48.

Austin Hoey and Nathan Freytag combined for 29 points for Big Foot, while Gus Wedig had a double-double with 11 points and 13 rebounds.

Alec Fruin had a game-high 17 points for Turner, which led 32-31 after three quarters.

BIG FOOT 58, TURNER 48

Turner (48)—Payton, 2-1-6; Bingham, 1-0-3; Smith, 0-1-1; Fruin, 6-3-17; Hansen, 2-1-5; Bartz, 6-2-14; Korbol, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-8-48.

Big Foot (58)—Freytag, 6-2-14; Hehr, 0-2-2; Landers, 0-1-1; Halma, 3-0-7; Morris, 2-0-4; Hoey, 4-4-15; Wedig, 3-5-11; Tovar, 1-2-4. Totals: 19-16-58.

Beloit Turner                  4       14                                 14 16—48

Walworth Big Foot      8       11                                 12 27—58

Three-point goals—Turner 4 (Fruin 2, Payton, Bingham), Big Foot 4 (Hoey 3, Halma). Free throws missed—Turner 12, Big Foot 10. Total fouls—Turner 23, Big Foot 15. Fouled out—Bartz, Payton.

 Brodhead 59, Argyle 53—Griffin Day had 20 points to lead three players in double figures as the Cardinals worked overtime for a nonconference win Saturday.

Ned Slocum added 17 points for Brodhead and Tjaden Sanders chipped in 16.

BRODHEAD 59, ARGYLE 53 (OT)

Argyle (53)—Ploessl, 4-2-10; Ostby, 4-7-16; Truethardt, 5-0-10; Emberson, 5-2-15; Severson, 1-0-2. Totals: 19-11-53.

Brodhead (59)—Josh Pickel, 0-2-2; Jake Pickel, 1-2-4; Day, 9-1-20; Sanders, 5-6-16; Slocum, 5-6-17. Totals: 20-17-59.

Argyle                            11       14                                 15         7                            6—53

Brodhead                     17         5                                 11       14                          12—59

Three-point goals—Argyle 4 (Emberson 3, Ostby); Brodhead 2 (Day, Slocum). Free throws missed—Argyle 8; Brodhead 18. Total fouls—Argyle 26; Brodhead 21. Fouled out—Severson, Ploessl, Harnack (B).

 McFarland 37, Elkhorn 34—The visiting Spartans opened up a 13-point lead in the second quarter and hung on for the nonconference win.

Arik Anderson of Elkhorn (7-11) led all scorers with 17 points.

McFARLAND 37, ELKHORN 34

McFarland (37)—Eversoll, 1-0-2; Herbst, 2-2-7; Chislom, 5-2-12; Rounds, 3-1-7; Madenblik, 1-0-3; Moore, 1-0-2; Kopp, 1-2-4. Totals: 14-7-37.

Elkhorn (34)—Anderson, 6-2-17; Knopski, 4-2-10; Anzalone, 1-0-2; Johnson, 2-1-5. Totals: 13-5-34.

McFarland                      8       10                                 13         6

Elkhorn                           2         7                                 10       15

Three-point goals—2 (Herbst, Madenblik), Elkhorn 3 (Anderson 3). Free throws missed—McFarland 5, Elkhorn 3. Total fouls—McFarland 12, Elkhorn 16.

Girls basketball

A quick start lifted Waterford to a Southern Lakes Conference girls basketball win Saturday afternoon.

Tiffany Stiewe scored 19 points and the Wolverines jumped out to a 14-7 lead after one quarter in pulling away for a 52-35 win over Elkhorn.

Erin Schahczinski had 10 points to lead Elkhorn, which missed 11 free throws.

WATERFORD 52, ELKHORN 35

Waterford (52)—Malchine, 4-0-10; Bouffou, 5-0-13; Blair, 4-0-9; Stiewe, 7-2-19; Barry, 0-1-1. Totals: 20-3-52.

Elkhorn (35)—Windler, 0-2-2; Entwistle, 1-2-4; Blackbourn, 0-2-2; Krueger, 1-0-2; Lockhart, 2-0-5; Kolacke, 2-0-4; Schahczinski, 3-2-10; Trombley, 1-2-4; Brussard, 1-0-2. Totals: 11-10-35.

Waterford                    14       13                                 12 13—52

Elkhorn                           7         8                                 12 8—35

Three-point goals—Waterford 9 (Malchine 2, Bouffou 3, Blair, Stiewe 3); Elkhorn 3 (Schaczinski 2, Lockhart). Free throws missed—Waterford 1; Elkhorn 11. Total fouls—Waterford 15; Elkhorn 10.

 Milton 59, Monroe 47—Sydney Harms and Breezy Bucholtz combined for 39 points to lead the Red Hawks to the Badger South Conference win.

Milton jumped out to a 13-point halftime lead and pushed the margin to 18 after three quarters.

MILTON 59, MONROE 47

Monroe (47)—Adams, 3-5-12; Hesgarel, 1-0-3; Barnett, 2-7-12; Updike, 2-0-5; Disch, 2-1-5; Keegan, 1-0-2; Vetterli, 2-3-8. Totals: 13-16-47.

Milton ((59)—Mylin, 0-1-1; Boe, 1-1-3; Butterfield, 1-5-7; Bucholtz, 6-4-17; Kraus, 1-0-3; Gunderson, 2-2-6; Harms, 6-9-22. Totals: 17-22-59.

Monroe                         14         9                                   6 18—47

Milton                            18       18                                 11 12—59

Three-point goals—Monroe 5 (Adams, Hesgarel, Barnett, Updike, Vetterli), Milton 3 (Kraus, Bucholtz, Harms). Free throws missed—Monroe 13, Milton 5. Total fouls—Monroe 21, Milton 21.



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