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Perryville reaches tournament final

Friday, January 13, 2006

Perryville moved into the championship game of the Chester, Ill., boys basketball tournament with a victory Thursday night, while Saxony Lutheran captured its tournament opener.

Perryville posted its second win in the six-team, pool play event and extended its winning streak to four games by easing past Christ Our Savior 57-49.

Ricky Dunn poured in 30 points for the Pirates (4-7), while Michael Fritsche added 13.

Saxony Lutheran began pool play by routing Elverado, Ill., 84-55.

Casey Petzoldt and Alex Jauch each scored 18 points for the Crusaders (10-3), while Lauren Lueders, Ben Curtois and Tim Lorenz each added 10 points.

Point guard Trey Maevers had 10 assists and just one turnover.

The Crusaders will finish pool play against New Athens (Ill.) at 6 p.m. today. The winner advances to Saturday's 7:30 p.m. championship game against Perryville.

Saxony Lutheran 84, Elverado (Ill.) 55

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Saxony 19182225--84

ELVERADO (55) -- Yeargain 17, Williams 5, Arnett 2, Crain 6, Snell 7, Evans 10, Shain 8. FG 23, FT 1-2, F 15 (3-pointers: Yeargain 5, Williams 1, Snell 2. Fouled out: none)

SAXONY LUTHERAN (84) -- Lauren Lueders 10, Trey Maevers 5, Casey Petzoldt 18, Brett Steffens 7, Max Wieser 6, Alex Jauch 18, Ben Curtois 10, Tim Lorenz 10. FG 31, FT 13-23, F 5 (3-pointers: Lueders 2, Maevers 1, Petzoldt 2, Wieser 2, Curtois 2. Fouled out: none)

Perryville 57, Christ Our Savior 49

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CHRIST OUR SAVIOR (49) -- Danny Zobel 15, Tyler Schafner 7, Eric Cramenz 1, Daniel Schroeder 2, Jacob Mayer 8, Peter Zobel 5 , Matt Richardson 9, Matt McElroy 2. FG 20, FT 6-15, F 14 (3-pointers: Mayer 2. Fouled out: none)

PERRYVILLE (57) -- Corey Lorenz 4, Ryan Schilling 1, Jonathon Hecht 2, Michael Fritsche 13, Craig Brueckner 1, Ricky Dunn 30, Tyler Bauwens 6. FG 21, FT 10-12, F 17 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Bauwens)

Eagle Ridge Christian 70, Peoples Christian 46

Joel Price poured in 31 points to lead Eagle Ridge Christian to an easy home victory.

Sandy Holmes scored 11 points and Ben Douglass added 10 for Eagle Ridge (6-7).

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Eagle Ridge16251514--70

PEOPLES CHRISTIAN (46) -- Jeremy Martin 27, Steven Womack 9, Jess Guftsafson 7, Ethan West 3. FG 18, FT 3-7, F 15 (3-pointers: Martin 4, Womack 3. Fouled out: Guftsafson)

EAGLE RIDGE CHRISTIAN (70) -- Joel Price 31, Sandy Holmes 11, Ben Douglass 10, Sam Davis 5, Josh Wiseman 5, Andrew Toeniskoetter 4, Daniel Cohen 2, Noah Scott 2. FG 33, FT 3-16, F 7 (3-pointers: Joel Price 1. Fouled out: none)

Meadow Heights 76, Bismarck 42

Meadow Heights used a 33-point third quarter to pull away from Bismarck on the road.

The Panthers (7-4), playing their first game in 15 days, only made nine of 36 field goals in the first half before scoring 31 points in the first four minutes of the third quarter. Anthony Bollinger scored 17 of his game-high 24 points during that span.

Meadow Heights drained 10 total 3-pointers, led by Bollinger with four. Michael Collier added 13 points for the Panthers.

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Bismarck 129147--42

MEADOW HEIGHTS (76) -- Anthony Bollinger 24, Michael Collier 13, Heath Fulton 9, Ruggerro Moretto 8, Nathan Revelle 7, Dusty Davis 5, John Long 4, Bryce Wallis 3, Terry Wagner 3. FG 26, FT 11-15, F 14 (3-pointers: Bollinger 4, Collier 2, Fulton 1, Wagner 1, Long 1, Davis 1. Fouled out: none)

BISMARCK (42) -- Franklin 12, Henson 10, Lincoln 9, Cole 7, Gamblin 2, Dunlap 2. FG 15, FT 8-12, F 17 (3-pointers: Henson 2. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Meadow Heights 50, Bismarck 45

GIRLS BASKETBALL Notre Dame 63, Sikeston 57

Notre Dame held a 12-point halftime lead and dodged a second-half comeback from visiting district rival Sikeston.

Kristain Burger scored a team-high 21 points for Notre Dame (6-8). Amanda Toole had 11 points and Claudia Brauss added 10.

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Notre Dame17181612--63

SIKESTON (57) -- Ali Blurton 22, Martika Davis 12, Whitney McCray 11, Latoya Gibson 8, Amber Minner 2, Paige Silverthorn 2. FG 22, FT 9-11, F 12 (3-pointers: Blurton 4. Fouled out: none)

NOTRE DAME (63) -- Kristain Burger 21, Amanda Toole 11, Claudia Brauss 10, Miranda Schlosser 7, Brooke Beussink 6, Meridith Medlin 5, Emily Blattel 2. FG 28, FT 4-14, F 15 (3-pointers: Blattel 1, Beussink 2. Fouled out: Brauss)

JV -- Notre Dame 66, Sikeston 35

Perryville 74, Crystal City 38

Perryville made 10 3-pointers and rolled past Crystal City on the road.

Krista Miesner scored a game-high 20 points, including five 3s, for the Pirates (7-5). Bethany Steffens had 17 points, Chastity Marr scored 12 and Annette Weibrecht added 11.

Perryville2482715--74
Crystal City791012--38

PERRYVILLE (74) -- Meghan Roth 3,Krista Miesner 20, Amber Hacker 5, Bethany Steffens 17, Annette Weibrecht 11, Alyssa Bauwens 4, Chastity Marr 12, Kendra Schilli 2. FG 29, FT 6-9, F 21 (3-pointers: Miesner 5, Hacker 1, Weibrecht 2, Marr 2. Fouled out: none)

CRYSTAL CITY (38) -- Perry 13, Helwig 2, Stephansky 3, Hudson 6, Garber 4, Marler 9, Holdinghausen 1. FG 13, FT 11-21, F 9 (3-pointers: Hudson 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Perryville 53, Crystal City 34

St. Vincent 71, Grandview 50

Jessica Welker scored 23 points as St. Vincent posted a road victory.

Lacey Siegmund added 14 points for St. Vincent (7-6), while Kelsey Kutz added 10.

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ST. VINCENT (71) -- Jessica Welker 23, Lacey Siegmund 14, Kelsey Kutz 10, Alex Lundy 6, Hannah Schremp 2, Lindsay Prost 1, Miranda Holmes 1, Lisa Abbott 4. FG 29, FT 12-23, F 12 (3-pointers: Welker 1. Fouled out: none)

GRANDVIEW (50) -- Dugan 23, Hilkenkamp 9, Rose 4, Barrale 4, Hardy 4, Villmer 2, Freund 3, Lawson 1. FG 19, FT 9-14, F 15 (3-pointers: Dugan 2, Hilkenkamp 1. Fouled out: Hardy)

JV -- St. Vincent 33, Grandview 15

Peoples Christian 51, Eagle Ridge Christian 48

Eagle Ridge Christian suffered a narrow home loss.

Kristen Margrabe scored 14 points for Eagle Ridge (9-2), followed by Rachel Huebel with 12 and Katie Hogan with 10.

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PEOPLES CHRISTIAN (51) -- Maggi Loving 19, Molli Loving 19, Brittany Grogan 9, Jennifer Sunderland 4. FG 23, FT 4-8, F 12 (3-pointers: Ma. Loving 1. Fouled out: none)

EAGLE RIDGE CHRISTIAN (48) -- Kristen Margrabe 14, Rachel Huebel 12, Katie Hogan 10, Chelsey Clark 6, Abby Cohen 6. FG 22, FT 4-12, F 10 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

BOYS SWIMMING Central 93, Poplar Bluff 77

Micah Wright was part of three winning events as Central edged Poplar Bluff on the road.

Wright won the 50-yard freestyle event in 26.75 seconds and the 100 freestyle in 1:00.19. He also joined Bryce Max, Jared Siemers and Daniel Austin on the winning 400 freestyle relay team (4:27.18).

Hunter Givens won the 200 freestyle (1:57.06) and the 100 breaststroke (1:15.63). Austin placed first in the 100 backstroke (1:05.21) and Jason Mercer won the 100 butterfly (58.67).

Central results

200 medley relay -- 2. Matt Cantrell, Jake Meyer, Jason Mercer, Jake Brazil, 2:04.17

200 free -- 1. Hunter Givens, 1:57.66; 2. Daniel Austin, 2:03.52

200 ind. medley -- 2. Mike Alberson, 3:03.92; 3. Alex Knight, 3:05.33

50 free -- 1. Micah Wright, 26.75; 3. Bryce Max, 29.75

100 fly -- 1. Mercer, 58.67; 3. Meyer, 1:08.71

100 free -- 1. Wright, 1:00.19; 2. Austin Mehner, 1:05.40

200 free relay -- 2. Givens, Seabaugh, Chris Ogle, Knight, 2:02.18; 3. Cantrell, Jared Siemers, Thomas Dodd, Ben Bostic, 2:02.88

100 backstroke -- 1. Austin, 1:05.21

100 breaststroke -- 1. Givens, 1:15.63

400 free relay -- 1. Max, Wright, Siemers, Austin, 4:19.45; 2. Brazil, Mehner, Austin, Meyer, 4:27.18

OTHER EVENTS

* The Central junior varsity basketball team defeated Kelly 54-23 on Wednesday in the second night of play at its round-robin tournament. George Hamilton scored 17 points for Central (6-4), which hosts Sikeston at 11:30 a.m. Saturday in the final day of the event. Sikeston defeated Perryville 54-25 on Wednesday.

* Notre Dame claimed first place in the Central freshmen boys basketball tournament with a 38-36 win Thursday against Jackson in the title game. Trenton Vance led the Bulldogs with nine points.

--From staff reports


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