Unbeaten Jackson girls stop rival Bluff 48-43

Tuesday, January 3, 2006

Jackson junior Andrea Barnes scored 13 points off the bench to help the visiting Indians win 48-43 over Poplar Bluff in a battle of girls basketball district rivals.

Barnes hit a pair of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to help Jackson erase a 31-30 deficit heading into the final period.

Bobbie Jones added 13 points for Jackson, which remained undefeated and improved to 9-0.

Jackson hit eight of 13 free throws, compared to a zero-for-two night for the Mules.

Sandra Pratt led the Mules with 16 points.

Jackson 48, Poplar Bluff 43

Jackson1211718--48
Poplar Bluff891412--43

JACKSON (48) -- Lindsay Poole 3, Kylie Werner 7, Bobbie Jones 13, Amanda Peiffer 8, Andrea Barnes 13, Gabrielle Garritano 4. FG 18, FT 8-13, F 12 (3-pointers: Barnes 3, Werner 1. Fouled out: none)

POPLAR BLUFF (43) -- Ferguson 11, Ploetze 8, Fister 2, Pratt 16, Stonecipher 4, Sumrall 2. FG 21, FT 0-2, F 11 (3-pointers: Ferguson 1. Fouled out: Ploetze, Stonecipher)

JV -- Jackson def. Poplar Bluff

Doniphan 47, Central 38

Central carried a 30-29 lead into the fourth quarter but was outscored by 10 in the final frame to lose at home.

The Tigers (2-7) trailed 22-14 at the break, but Central outscored Doniphan by nine in the third quarter to take the lead.

Tierra Walker led Central with nine points.

Doniphan175718--47
Central95168--38

DONIPHAN (47) -- Blackwell 2, Reed 9, Swindle 2, Davis 20, Price 2, Hart 2, Rogers 10. FG 14 , FT 13-19, F 9 (3-pointers: Reed 3, Davis 3. Fouled out: none)

CENTRAL (38) -- Dani Gross 4, Kristin Shirrell 2, Wendi Zickfield 8, Courtney Schuessler 6, Gina Yarbrough 2, Christina Sexton 7, Tierra Walker 9. FG 17, FT 4-5, F 16 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Walker)

JV -- Central 56, Doniphan 24

Fredericktown 65, Notre Dame 57

Notre Dame was outscored 17-9 in the final quarter and lost at home.

The Bulldogs led by two at halftime, but Fredericktown tied the score at 48-48 after three quarters.

The Blackcats committed only six fouls and shot 26 free throws, while Notre Dame totaled 18 fouls and shot a mere eight free throws.

Kristain Burger led the Bulldogs (4-6) with 18 points. Claudia Brauss had 14 and Meridith Medlin had 12.

Fredericktown16141817--65
Notre Dame1814169--57

FRED. (65) -- Kemp 18, Hendricks 17, Tennon 15, Royer 9, Hughes 4, Settlemore 2. FG 23, FT 16-26, F 6 (3-pointers: Royer 2, Hendricks 1. Fouled out: none)

ND (57) -- Kristain Burger 18, Claudia Brauss 14, Meridith Medlin 12, Miranda Schlosser 6, Amanda Toole 4, Brooke Beussink 3. FG 24, FT 6-8, F 18 (3-pointers: Medlin 2, Beussink 1. Fouled out: Beussink)

JV -- Notre Dame 52, Fredericktown 21; Freshmen -- Notre Dame 46, Fredericktown 21

Woodland 44, Scott City 42

Woodland missed 16 of 23 free throws, including its last six in the fourth quarter, but managed to hold off visiting Scott City.

The Cardinals (4-7) were led by Courtney Glastetter's 21 points.

Scott City's Kelley Hicks had 11 points, and Whitney Tapley added 10.

Scott City591315--42
Woodland1013913--44

SCOTT CITY (42) -- Whitney Tapley 10, Kelley Hicks 11, Donielle Howell 9, Becky Holder 4, Kim Klipfel 4. FG 16, FT 8-13, F 23 (3-pointers: Hicks 2. Fouled out: Michaela Drury)

WOODLAND (44) -- Courtney Glastetter 21, Kyla Choate 7, Rheanna Greer 6, Casey McCraw 4, Tasha Lincoln 2, Francee VanGennip 4. FG 17, FT 7-23, F 12 (3-pointers: Choate 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Scott City 35, Woodland 26

-- From staff reports

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