WALWORTH, Wis. - Big Foot's Logan Eischeid scored his 1,000th career point and the Chiefs pulled off a big win at home, defeating Edgerton 66-63.
The Chiefs led 31-23 at halftime and withstood a Crimson Tide rally in the second half to improve to 3-4 in Rock Valley Conference play.
An Edgerton 3-pointer cut the Chiefs lead to one point with eight seconds left, but Eischeid sunk a pair of free throws to put Big Foot back up by three. Edgerton's last-ditch trey missed.
AJ Courier and Aidan Greco each scored 12, while Eischeid became the third player in program history to reach the 1,000-point mark, finishing with 10 points.
• BRODHEAD 71, WHITEWATER 61: Sophomore Cody Walker scored a career-best 30 points and Cody Malcook added 21 as the Cardinals scored a home win over the Whippets.
Walker scored 21 of his 30 in the second half as Brodhead outscored Whitewater 42-38 to build on their 29-23 halftime edge.
Jake Martin and Dylan Pease both scored 13 to lead Whitewater.
• McFARLAND 85, CLINTON 25: The Cougars remained winless as the visiting Spartans led 55-19 at halftime and held the Cougars to just six points in the second half.
Tyler Dominy led the Cougars with 10 points including a pair of 3-pointers.
• GIRLS BASKETBALL: MADISON MEMORIAL 83, BELOIT MEMORIAL 47: The Purple Knights took a tough road loss Thursday, falling to the Sparts by 36 points.
Freshman Bre Davis continued to be a bright spot in the season for Beloit Memorial, scoring a team-best 16 points. Meghan Drucker added nine for the Knights.