Janesville75.7°

Parkview wins in double OT, other scores

Print Print
Gazette Staff
January 19, 2011

After four quarters and one overtime, the Orfordville Parkview and McFarland girls basketball teams were tied at 50-all Tuesday night.


That’s when the Vikings decided to put the clamps on the Spartan offense in a battle of defending Rock Valley division champions.


Parkview High outscored the home team 8-0 in the second overtime to pull out a 58-50 conference crossover victory.


Stephanie Aasen scored 31 points, including 14 in the overtimes, to lead Parkview. Aasen made 12 of 16 free throws.


Melissa Harnack added 17 points as the Vikings went to


4-3 in the Rock Valley South and 5-8 overall.


Kaitlynn Eversoll led McFarland with 21 points, including three three-pointers, before fouling out, but the Spartans fell three games off the pace at 4-3 in the North and dropped to 6-7 overall.


PARKVIEW 58, McFARLAND 50


Parkview (58)—Harnack, 5-5-17; Strzok, 3-0-6; Aasen, 9-12-31; Wellnitz, 1-0-3; Hartman, 0-1-1. Totals: 18-18-58.


McFarland (50)—Eversoll, 8-2-21; M. Hettinger, 3-1-7; Winer, 2-0-5; C. Hettinger, 2-0-4; Ujke, 3-1-7; Culver, 2-0-4; Kranz, 0-2-2. Totals: 20-6-50.


Parkview 9 16 8 6 10 8—58


McFarland 10 9 8 13 10 0—50


Three-point goals—Parkview 3 (Harnack 2, Aasen), McFarland 4 (Eversoll 3, Winer). Free throws missed—Parkview 7, McFarland 3. Total fouls—Parkview 11, McFarland 20. Fouled out—Eversoll.


n East Troy 62, Brodhead 58—East Troy outlasted visiting Brodhead in a Rock Valley crossover game that featured two first-place teams and 49 combined points in the final quarter.


The Trojans, who remained tied with Edgerton at 7-0 in the North and went to 11-0 overall, used 10 three-point goals to put away the Cardinals, who maintained their South lead at 5-2 and fell to 7-6 overall.


Andrea Olsen and Breanna Gaspervich each had three three-pointers for East Troy, the state’s sixth-ranked Division 3 team. Gaspervich finished with 24 points to lead the Trojans. Alicia Oleson added 12.


The Cardinals scored 25 points in the final quarter. Mariah Mohns led the visitors with 17 points overall. Carly Mohns had 12, and Taylor Douglas contributed 10.


EAST TROY 62, BRODHEAD 58

Brodhead (58)—Heller, 4-1-9; Ahrens, 1-0-2; M. Mohns, 6-5-17; Douglas, 1-8-10; C. Mohns, 5-1-12; Duffield, 2-2-8. Totals: 19-18-58.


East Troy (62)—Olsen, 3-0-9; Oleson, 2-6-12; Verick, 0-2-2; Gaspervich, 7-7-24; Atchinson, 2-1-6; Lambrechts, 1-1-4; Dolan, 1-0-2, Riemer, 1-1-3. Totals: 17-18-62.


Brodhead 7 13 13 25—58


East Troy 12 14 12 24—62


Three-point goals—Brodhead 2 (Duffield 2), East Troy 10 (Olsen 3, Gaspervich 3, Atchinson, Lambrechts). Free throws missed—Brodhead 8, East Troy 9. Total fouls—Brodhead 21, East Troy 21. Fouled out—Heller.


-- Edgerton 76, Clinton 37—Meggie Schmidt scored 24 points and surpassed the 1,000-point career mark as Edgerton improved to 7-0 in the Rock Valley North and 11-1 overall.


Tessa Snell, Samantha Gander, Jennifer Gimmer and Kassie Walters each added eight points in the victory for the state’s seventh-ranked Division 3 team.


Jordyn Ciochon and Taryn Ciochon each scored seven points for the Cougars, who fell to 2-5 in the Rock Valley South and 5-6 overall.


EDGERTON 76, CLINTON 37

Clinton (37)—J. Ciochon, 3-0-7; Kopp, 2-0-4; Jacobson, 2-0-4; Lantz, 1-1-4; T. Ciochon, 2-3-7; Hinterleiter, 0-2-2; Popanz, 2-0-4; Niemann, 0-3-3; Kemp, 0-2-2. Totals: 12-11-37.


Edgerton (76)—Ferrell, 1-0-2; Kruckenberg, 0-2-2; Snell, 4-0-8; Schmidt, 9-5-24; Hackner, 3-0-6; Fritz, 2-2-6; Gander, 4-0-8; Gimmer, 4-0-8; Johnson, 2-0-4; Walters, 3-2-8. Totals: 26-11-76.


Clinton 12 6 5 14—37


Edgerton 20 20 16 20—76


Three-point goals—Clinton 2 (J. Ciochon, Lantz), Edgerton 1 (Schmidt). Free throws missed—Clinton 6, Edgerton 5. Total fouls—Clinton 15, Edgerton 18.


Junior varsity—Edgerton 53, Clinton 37.


-- Big Foot 50, Evansville 47—The Chiefs (3-10, 1-6) overcame an 11-point deficit in the fourth quarter to earn a Rock Valley crossover victory at Evansville.


Courtney Spangler scored seven of her game-high 19 points in the final period in leading Big Foot to a 25-17 advantage for the victory.


Kayla Klitzman scored 16 points and Makenzie Abey added 12 points for the Blue Devils (0-12, 0-7).


BIG FOOT 50, EVANSVILLE 47

Big Foot (50)—Petkoff, 3-2-9; Young, 10-2; Mazur, 3-2-8; Isham, 1-1-3; Kovarik, 2-4-8; Spangler, 8-2-19; Lueck, 0-1-1; Totals: 18-12-50


Evansville (47)—Kinney, 2-2-7; Eager. 0-1-1; Klitzman, 5-6-16; Beggs, 2-1-6; Phalin, 2-0-4; Abey, 5-2-12; Reynolds, 0-1-1; totls: 16-13-47


Walworth Big Foot 10 4 11 25—50


Evansville 10 6 14 17—47


Three-point goals—Big Foot 2 (Petkoff, Spangler), Evansville 2 (Beggs, Kinney). Free throws missed—Big Foot 11, Evansville 16. Total fouls—Big Foot 22, Evansville 23. Fouled out—Isham, Phalin, Eager.


-- Jefferson 60, Palmyra-Eagle 20—The Eagles hammered the winless Panthers


24-2 in the first quarter to secure a Rock Valley crossover victory.


Betty Rodriquez scored seven of her game-high 10 points in the first quarter to pace Jefferson (4-7, 4-3). Palmyra-Eagle (0-12, 0-7) did not have a player score in double figures.


JEFFERSON 60, PALMYRA-EAGLE 20

Palmyra-Eagle (20)—Laine, 1-0-2; Rautsaw, 1-0-2; Tate, 0-2-2; Giese, 2-0-5; Rocizewski, 1-0-2; Granowski, 1-1-3; Moratek, 1-0-2. Totals: 8-3-20.


Jefferson (60)—Wellnitz, 3-2-8; Rodriquez, 3-3-10; Wagner, 2-2-8; Schreiner, 1-0-3; Anderson, 2-1-5; Erdman, 1-0-2; Reuhl, 2-5-9; Janny, 3-0-6; Gnabasik, 1-2-4; Hutchinson, 2-1-5. Totals: 20-16-60


Palmyra-Eagle 2 5 6 7—20


Jefferson 24 18 11 7—60


Three-point goals—Palmyra-Eagle 1 (Giese), Jefferson 4 (Rodrquez, Wagner 2, Schreiner) Free throws missed—Palmyra-Eagle 7, Jefferson 11. Total fouls—Palmyra-Eagle 19, Jefferson 18.



Print Print