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RVC girls hoops: Trewyn sparks Whitewater

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Gazette staff
February 19, 2014

Brooke Trewyn could not be stopped Tuesday night.

The Whitewater High standout scored 36 points to lead the Whippets to an easy 70-40 victory over visiting Jefferson in a key Rock Valley North Conference girls basketball game.

Trewyn’s effort, which was one point short of the school’s single-game scoring record that she holds, included three 3-pointers and a 9-for-9 showing from the line.

Sarah Schumacher added 12 points in the victory and Kailey Reynolds contributed six assists.

The Whippets stayed a half-game ahead of McFarland atop the RVC North standings.

WHITEWATER 70, JEFFERSON 40

Jefferson (40)—Nelson, 2-0-4; Linse, 3-2-10; Fritz, 1-4-7; Rodriguez, 1-0-2; Heine, 5-3-13; Cherti, 0-1-1; Graf, 0-1-1; Kubicek, 1-0-2. Totals: 13-11-40.

Whitewater (70)—Reynolds, 2-0-5; Martinez, 0-1-1; Dolan, 1-0-2; R. Schumacher, 2-1-6; Trewyn, 12-9-36; Minton, 1-0-2; S. Schumacher, 6-0-12; Smith-Traoere, 2-0-4. Totals: 26-13-70.

Jefferson                       10         9                                   9 12—40

Whitewater                  17       17                                 18 18—70

Three-point goals—Jefferson 3 (Linse 2, Fritz), Whitewater 5 (Trewyn 3, Reynolds, R. Schumacher). Free throws missed—Jefferson 7, Whtiewater 3. Total fouls—Jefferson 15, Whitewater 15.

 

•  McFarland 74, Evansville 45—Rosie Runde led four McFarland double-figure scorers with 20 points as the Spartans rolled past host Evansville.

Runde had four of the Spartans’s nine 3-point goals. Vivan Gilbertson added 13 points, Stevie Winer had 12 and Maddie Hettinger contributed 10 in the victory.

Hannah Anderson led the Blue Devils with 15 points. Evansville is 6-8 in the conference and 6-13 overall.

MCFARLAND 74, EVANSVILLE 45

McFarland (74)—Lonigro, 1-0-2; M. Hettinger, 5-0-10; Winer, 4-2-12; C. Hettinger, 0-2-2; Gilbertson, 4-2-13; Eckel, 2-0-4; Kelm, 0-2-2; Ewelt, 4-1-9; Runde, 8-0-20. Totals: 28-9-74.

Evansville (45)—Miller, 4-0-8; Hurtley, 3-0-8; Krueger, 3-0-6; Greenleaf, 1-0-2; Rosonke, 1-0-2; Sunness, 1-2-4; Anderson, 6-2-15. Totals: 18-4-45.

McFarland                    13       21                                 26 14—74

Evansville                     12       13                                 12 8—45

Three-point goals—McFarland 9 (Winer 2, Gilbertson 3, Runde 4), Evansville 5 (Hurtley 2, Krueger 2, Anderson). Free throws missed—McFarland 6, Evansville 3. Total fouls—McFarland 11, Evansville 12.

 

•  Clinton 75, Turner 63—Heather Buckler scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead visiting Clinton past Turner.

Megan Lantz also had 18 points and had six rebounds for the Cougars. Mallory Niemann had 14 points and eight rebounds, and Sadie Gunnink had 11 points and five blocks in the victory.

Kayla Washburn led the Trojans with 30 points, including five 3-pointers.

CLINTON 75, TURNER 63

Clinton (75)—H. Kalk, 0-2-2; Gunnink, 3-5-11; Lantz, 9-0-18; Ciochon, 4-0-9; Loudon, 1-0-3; Niemann, 6-1-14; Buckler, 8-2-18. Totals: 31-10-75.

Turner (63)—Himmelmann, 4-5-13; Washburn, 12-1-30; Beyer, 1-0-2; Lauterbach, 4-3-11; Krizmanich, 2-1-5; Burns, 1-0-2. Totals: 24-10-63.

Clinton                          18       16                                 23 18—75

Turner                           14       12                                 21 16—63

Three-point goals—Clinton 3 (Ciochon, Loudon, Niemann), Turner 5 (Washburn 5). Free throws missed—Clinton 9, Turner 7. Total fouls—Clinton 12, Turner 15.

 

•  Brodhead 68, Palmyra-Eagle 11—Carly Mohns had 20 points and Rachel Heller added 16 for the Cardinals.

Brodhead clinched the Rock Valley South title outright by moving to 14-0.

BRODHEAD 67, PALMYRA-EAGLE 11

Brodhead (67)—Heller, 7-0-16; Kloepping, 1-0-2; Duffield, 1-0-2; Pickel, 4-2-14; Heath, 0-2-2; Moe, 3-2-8; Boegli, 1-2-4; Novy, 1-0-2; Mohns, 8-4-20. Totals: 26-11-67.

Palmyra-Eagle (11)—Balk, 0-2-2; Mohr, 0-2-2; Am. Sagert, 3-0-7. Totals: 3-4-11.

Brodhead          20        22                                16                                       9—67

Palmyra-Eagle   0          2                                  4                                       5—11

Three-point goals—B 4 (Heller 2, Pickel 2), PE 1 (Sagert). Free throws missed—B 7, PE 1. Total fouls—B 6, PE 16. Fouled out—As. Sagert (PE).

 

•  Edgerton 39, East Troy 38—Allison Long scored 16 points to lead the Crimson Tide to a road victory.

Edgerton trailed 21-19 at halftime but used a 10-5 third quarter to regain the lead, and it held on in the fourth.

The Tide moved to 4-10 in the RVC North and 4-15 overall.

East Troy, which got 12 points from Maddie Rosin, fell to 5-9 and 8-10.

EDGERTON 39, EAST TROY 38

Edgerton (39)—Long, 6-2-16; Schmidt, 2-0-4; Snell, 3-0-8; Riley, 2-0-5; Farrington, 2-0-4; Converse, 1-0-2. Totals: 16-2-39.

East Troy (38)—Leising, 1-0-1; Spaight, 1-0-2; Gaspervich, 1-0-2; Dodge, 2-0-4; Rosin, 4-0-12; Santos, 4-2-10; Kasper, 0-3-3; Kloth, 1-1-4. Totals: 13-7-38.

Edgerton           10          9                                10                                     10—39

East Troy            7        14                                  5                                     12—38

Three-point goals—Edgerton 5 (Long 2, Riley, Snell 2); East Troy 5 (Rosin 4, Kloth). Free throws missed—Edgerton 6; East Troy 11. Total fouls—Edgerton 17; East Troy 11. Fouled out—Farrington.

 

•  Parkview at Big Foot—No report.



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