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RVC girls hoops: McFarland shares North, Brodhead goes unbeaten

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Gazette staff
February 27, 2014

McFarland wrapped up its share of the Rock Valley North Conference championship with a road victory at Jefferson on Thursday night.

The teams were tied with just over one minute to play, but the Spartans took charge from there and won 66-62.

McFarland and Whitewater each finished 14-2 in league play. They split their regular-season series and each lost a crossover game to Brodhead.

Brittney Fritz led the Eagles with 24 points.

Individual statistics for McFarland were not available.

McFARLAND 66, JEFFERSON 62

McFarland        13        14        20      19—66

Jefferson             6        18        20      18—62

 

•  Edgerton 52, Evansville 45—Kellan Schmidt scored 20 points and the Crimson Tide closed out their regular season with a home victory.

Edgerton’s 16-10 first quarter proved to be the difference. The Tide, who finished 5-11 in the RVC North, travel to Beloit Turner on Tuesday to open Division 3 tournament play.

Evansville (6-10) got 21 points from Brielle Greenleaf and hosts Big Foot to open the tournament.

EDGERTON 52, EVANSVILLE 45

Evansville (45)—Meehan, 0-2-2; Miller, 3-0-6; Hurtly, 2-0-5; Greenleaf, 8-3-21; Rosonke, 1-0-3; Sunness, 1-1-3; Anderson, 2-1-5. Totals: 17-7-45.

Edgerton (52)—Karman, 1-0-2; Long, 4-3-12; Schmidt, 8-4-20; Snell, 3-2-8; Reilley, 2-2-7; Farrington, 1-1-3. Totals: 17-12-52.

Evansville          10        11        10      14—45

Edgerton           16          9          9      17—52

Three-point—Evansville 4 (Hurtly, Geenleaf 2, Rosonke); Edgerton 2 (Long, Reilley). Free throws missed—Evansville 3; Edgerton 9. Total fouls—Evansville 20; Edgerton 15. Fouled out—Miller.

 

•  Clinton 59, Parkview 52—Mallory Niemann scored a game-high 21 points and the Cougars finished second in the RVC South.

Clinton jumped out to a 16-9 lead on the visiting Vikings, and the teams were relatively even the rest of the way.

The Cougars, who host Palmyra-Eagle on Tuesday to open tournament play, also got 20 points from Megan Lantz.

Ciara Heldt had 16 for Parkview, which opens Division 4 play on Tuesday at Wisconsin Heights.

CLINTON 59, PARKVIEW 52

Parkview (52)—Heldt, 5-2-16; Markee, 3-0-6; Hoscheit, 1-5-8; Draeving, 1-0-2; Warden, 1-1-3; S. Kearns, 5-2-12; Thole, 1-1-3; H. Kearns, 1-0-2. Totals: 18-11-52.

Clinton (59)—H. Kalk, 0-2-2; Gunnink, 2-0-4; Lantz, 5-7-20; Loudon, 1-0-2; Niemann, 5-1-21; Buckler, 4-2-10. Totals: 17-22-59.

Parkview             9        18        12      13—52

Clinton               16        16        11      16—59

Three-point goals—Parkview 5 (Heldt 4, Hoscheit); Clinton 3 (Lantz 3). Free throws missed—Parkview 9; Clinton 8. Total fouls—Parkview 18; Clinton 16.

 

•  Brodhead 74, Big Foot 20—The Cardinals capped off an undefeated regular season with a blowout home victory.

Senior Carly Mohns had 21 points, while Meg Duffield and Kylie Moe each added 14 for Brodhead, a top seed in next week’s Division 3 bracket.

The Chiefs finished with a 3-13 league record.

BRODHEAD 74, BIG FOOT 20

Big Foot (20)—Courier, 1-0-2; Briggs, 3-2-8; Berryman, 2-0-4; Colby, 0-3-3; Kovarik, 1-0-2; Snudden, 0-1-1. Totals: 7-6-20.

Brodhead (74)—Heller, 4-2-10; Kloepping, 1-2-4; Duffield, 6-0-14; Pickel, 1-0-2; Heath, 1-0-2; Halvorsen, 2-0-4; Moe, 5-1-14; Boegli, 1-1-3; Mohns, 9-3-21. Totals: 30-9-74.

Big Foot               7          2          4      7—20

Brodhead          26        24        18      6—74

Three-point goals—Brodhead 5 (Moe 3, Duffield 2). Free throws missed—Big Foot 6; Brodhead 8. Total fouls—Big Foot 15; Brodhead 12.

 

•  Turner 57, Palmyra-Eagle 41—Kayla Washburn poured in 23 points to help the Trojans finish with a 7-9 conference record, good for third place in the South.

Ashley Himmelmann added 13 points for Turner, which pulled away with a 21-8 third quarter.

TURNER 57, PALMYRA-EAGLE 41

Palmyra-Eagle (41)—Seiden, 3-2-9; Balk, 1-2-4; Cardenas, 2-1-7; Jrolf, 2-0-5; Mohr, 4-2-11; Nagy, 1-0-2; Am. Sagert, 1-1-3. Totals: 14-8-41.

Turner (57)—Himmelmann, 5-3-13; Fowler, 0-2-2; Wasburn, 6-6-23; Beyer, 2-2-6; Lauterbach, 4-1-9; Krizmonich, 1-0-2; Burns, 1-0-2. Totals: 19-14-57.

Palmyra-Eagle   6        10          8      17—41

Turner                12        10        21      14—57

Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 5 (Seideh, Cardenas 2, Jrolf, Mohr); Turner 5 (Wasburn 5). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 7; Turner 4. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 14; Turner 16.



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