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Edgerton wins in OT, other scores

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Gazette staff
February 9, 2011

Edgerton High School’s boys basketball team had to work overtime for a victory Tuesday night.


Collin Gregory scored 12 points, including the go-ahead basket to start overtime, to lead the Crimson Tide to a 54-50 Rock Valley North win over visiting Jefferson.


Jefferson (7-10, 6-6) forced overtime with a basket in the closing seconds, but Gregory nearly won the game at the buzzer on a desperation heave from midcourt. Gregory made the shot, but the officials ruled the buzzer sounded before the ball left his hands.


Gregory, who shared scoring honors with teammate Tyler Dobratz, hit the first shot of overtime to give Edgerton


(8-9, 5-6) the lead for good. The Crimson Tide made six of nine free throws in the overtime.


Sam Nevins and Matt Vogel had 12 points each to lead the Eagles.


EDGERTON 54, JEFFERSON 50 (OT)

Jefferson (50)—McGowan, 2-4-9; Nevins, 5-1-12; Taber, 0-4-4; Peachey, 1-0-3; Ramirez, 3-2-8; Moeling, 1-0-2; Vogel, 5-1-12. Totals: 17-12-50.


Edgerton (54)—Samuelson, 3-2-8; Olstad, 1-3-5; Deegan, 0-1-1; Oren, 2-5-10; Nelson, 2-2-6; Gregory, 4-1-12; Dobratz, 4-4-12. Totals: 16-18-54.


Jefferson 16 15 5 10 4—50


Edgerton 11 9 19 7 8—54


Three-point goals—Jefferson 4 (McGowan, Nevins, Peachey, Vogel), Edgerton 4 (Gregory 3, Oren). Free throws missed—Jefferson 6, Edgerton 13. Total fouls—Jefferson 26, Edgerton 18. Fouled out—Vogel, Moeling, Samuelson.


-- East Troy 69, Whitewater 40—The Trojans, No. 5 in the AP Division 3 state ratings, remained unbeaten in the Rock Valley North by rolling past the host Whippets.


East Troy (16-1, 11-0) outscored Whitewater (5-11,


3-8) 23-6 in the second quarter to take a 21-point halftime lead.


Tanner Plomb led the Trojans with 18 points, and Brett Prahl added 17.


Austin Wartbed’s nine points paced the Whippets, who had a three-game winning streak broken.


EAST TROY 69, WHITEWATER 40

East Troy (69)—Olsen, 0-4-4; Dodge, 3-6-12; Sweet, 2-1-5; Penniston, 0-1-1; Plomb, 7-4-18; Jones, 1-1-3; B. Prahl, 6-5-17; A. Prahl, 3-3-9. Totals: 22-25-69


Whitewater (40)—Owens, 1-0-2; Miller, 1-3-5; Zinzow, 1-0-3; Voss, 3-1-8; Wartbed, 4-0-9; Van Norman, 2-2-6; Walters, 2-0-5; Stritzel, 1-0-2.


Totals: 15-6-40.


East Troy 11 23 23 12—69


Whitewater 7 6 14 13—40


Three-point goals—Whitewater 4 (Zinzow, Voss, Wartbed, Walters). Free throws missed—East Troy 6, Whitewater 1. Total fouls—East Troy 16, Whitewater 19.


-- McFarland 74, Evansville 41—The Spartans stayed on the heels of front-running East Troy in the Rock Valley North by rolling past the Blue Devils.


McFarland (14-4, 11-1) had a 25-10 lead after one quarter and led by 29 at halftime. James Runde and Tyler Wedel led the Spartans with 19 and 16 points, respectively.


Casey Moseley had 14 points to lead Evansville (9-8, 6-6).


McFARLAND 74, EVANSVILLE 41

Evansville (41)—Harper, 1-0-2; Walczak, 1-2-4; Stamm, 5-0-12; Hartley, 2-0-4; Moseley, 5-4-14; Schoenenberger, 1-1-3; Johnson, 0-2-2. Totals: 15-9-41.


McFarland (74)—Jordan, 2-1-6; Wedel, 7-1-16; Kaether, 1-0-3; Runde, 9-0-19; Schlueter, 2-0-4; Thomas, 1-0-2; Peterson, 3-2-9; Hudson, 2-0-4; Ewalt, 1-0-2; Peters, 2-0-4; Patton, 0-5-5. Totals: 30-9-74.


Evansville 10 7 13 11—41


McFarland 25 21 15 13—74


Three-point goals—Evansville 2 (Stamm 2), McFarland 5 (Jordan, Wedel, Kaether, Runde, Peterson). Free throws missed—Evansville 7, McFarland 2. Total fouls—Evansville 11, McFarland 19.


South

-- Clinton 56, Palmyra-Eagle 38—Justin Langley and Cody Risseeuw each scored 18 points as the first-place Cougars (15-3, 10-2) defeated the visiting Panthers (4-12,


2-10) in the Rock Valley South.


Kevin Mcgivern led Palmyra-Eagle with 16 points.


CLINTON 56, PALMYRA-EAGLE 38

Palmyra-Eagle (38)—Mcgivern, 5-5-16; Houk, 2-1-7; Kelly, 2-0-6; Meger, 2-1-5; Troiola, 2-0-4. Totals: 13-7-38.


Clinton (56)—Stevenson, 2-2-6; Langley, 8-0-18; Oldenburg, 1-0-2; Roth, 1-5-7; Risseeuw, 7-3-18; Mbie, 2-1-5. Totals: 21-11-56.


Palmyra-Eagle 11 11 12 4—38


Clinton 18 17 10 11—56


Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 5 (Kelly 2, Houk 2, Mcgivern), Clinton 3 (Langley 2, Risseeuw). Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 4, Clinton 6. total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 14, Clinton 13. Fouled out—Houk, Risseeuw.


-- Brodhead 52, Turner 37—Rock Valley South scoring leader J.J. Panoske had 11 of his game-high 21 points in a decisive second quarter as the Cardinals (9-7, 7-4) pulled away from visiting Turner.


Turner (8-9, 6-6) led by one point after the first quarter but was outscored 18-7 in the second.


Travis Appleby scored 12 points to lead Turner.


BRODHEAD 52, TURNER 37

Brodhead (52)—Earleywine, 3-0-6; Scheidigger, 2-2-7; Trueblood, 0-1-1; Wallace, 2-4-9; McKee, 2-0-4; Jordan, 1-2-4; Panoske, 9-1-21. Totals: 19-10-52.


Turner (37)—Pickett, 0-1-1; Larson, 3-0-8; Burns, 1-0-2; Bass, 1-0-2; Sorenson, 1-0-2; Pinckney, 4-2-10; Appleby, 3-4-12. Totals: 13-7-37.


Brodhead 10 18 6 18—52


Turner 11 7 10 9—37


Three-point goals—Brodhead 4 (Panoske 2, Wallace, Scheidigger), Turner 4 (Appleby 2, Larson 2). Free throws missed—Brodhead 10, Turner 5. Total fouls—Brodhead 19, Turner 17. Fouled out—Pinckney.


-- Big Foot 48, Parkview 46 (OT)—Luke Kahl scored three of Big Foot’s six points in overtime to lead the Chiefs to the Rock Valley South win.


Parkview, despite a game-high 20 points from Kyle Woodworth, fell to 1-13 overall and


0-11 in the Rock Valley South.


Kenneth Walker led the Chiefs (4-13, 2-9) with 12 points.


BIG FOOT 48, PARKVIEW 46 (OT)

Parkview (46)—Woodworth, 7-5-20; Beggs, 1-5-7; Lavery, 2-0-4; Kyser, 2-1-5; Thole, 2-0-6; Copeland, 2-0-4. Totals: 16-11-46.


Big Foot (48)—Hehr, 0-1-1; Ripkey, 2-0-4; Walker, 4-4-12; Carthey, 1-3-6; Kunes, 3-3-9; Gottman, 3-3-9; Santeler, 0-2-2; Kahl, 1-3-5. Totals: 14-19-48.


Orfordville Parkview 14 9 8 11 4—46


Walworth Big Foot 7 8 9 18 6—48


Three-point goals—Parkview 3 (Thole 2, Woodworth), Big Foot 1 (Carthey). Free throws missed—Parkview 10, Big Foot 13. Fouled out—Parkview 23, Big Foot 20. Fouled out—Kyser, Melms.


Junior varsity—Parkview 46, Big Foot 37.



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