Eagles, Rams reach Scott-Miss. semis

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

The Nos. 2 and 3 seeds advanced Tuesday to the semifinals in the Scott-Mississippi Conference Tournament at Chaffee.

No. 4 Oran, which had won Monday, will play top-seeded Kelly, which had a first-round bye, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Second-seeded Scott City will take on Scott County Central at 9 p.m.

Scott City (9-6) cruised by No. 7 Chaffee 72-21, holding the Red Devils (3-9) to two first-quarter points. Scott City led 36-10 at halftime and outscored Chaffee 28-9 in the third quarter.

Ethan Watkins hit five 3-pointers en route to a game-high 23 points. Rynn Eskew added 15 points and Andy Stephens had 11.

Jeff Daugherty led Chaffee with 11 points.

Scott County Central (6-9), the third seed, ended its five-game losing streak and beat Delta 89-64 in the other quarterfinal. Sixth-seeded Delta (4-8) held a slim 20-19 first-quarter lead, but was outscored 50-24 over the next two quarters.

D.D. Gillespie led the Braves with 24 points. Caleb Johnson had 23, Josh Chamberlain added 18, Drew Thomas had 12 and Pershard Owens scored 11.

Terrence Below led Delta with 22 points and Aaron Kinder had 20.

Scott City 72, Chaffee 21

Chaffee2892--21
Scott City2214288--72

CHAFFEE (21) -- Zach McDaniel 2, Alex Orr 2, Augi Orr 5, Korey Chapman 1, Jeff Daugherty 11. FG 9, FT 3-8, F 11 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

SCOTT CITY (72) -- Ethan Watkins 23, Rynn Eskew 15, Andy Stephens 11, Farrell Wasson 8, Ryan Modglin 5, Landon Hill 2, Alex King 8. FG 30, FT 6-9, F 8 (3-pointers: Watkins 5, Stephens 1. Fouled out: none)

Scott County Central 89, Delta 64

SCC19252520--89
Delta20121220--64

SCOTT COUNTY (89) -- D.D. Gillespie 24, Josh Chamberlain 18, Drew Thomas 12, Caleb Johnson 23, Avery Williams 1, Pershard Owens 11. FG 37, FT 11-17, F 12 (3-pointers: Chamberlain 3, Gillespie 1. Fouled out: none)

DELTA (64) -- Aaron Kinder 20, A.J. Horn 2, Dustin Anglin 8, Terrence Below 22, Chase Rhodes 4, Nathan Stroder 8. FG 29, FT 4-9, F 14 (3-pointers: Kinder 2. Fouled out: none)

Central 76, North County 70

Central staged a fourth-quarter comeback and topped North County on the road.

The Tigers (8-6) trailed by two after three quarters but outscored the Raiders 28-20 in the final frame.

Central, which had only five players in the scoring column, outrebounded North County (8-8) 34-24 and drained 18 of its 24 free throws.

Adrian Cox led Central with 24 points, followed by Darnell Wilks with 23. David Deisher had 17 points, and Jeremy Kimble added 10.

Central will celebrate its homecoming Friday against Caruthersville.

Central12181828--76
North County14152120--70

CENTRAL (76) -- Adrian Cox 24, Jeremy Kimble 10, Darnell Wilks 23, Tyler Terry 2, David Deisher 17. FG 28, FT 18-24, F 13 (3-pointers: Cox 2. Fouled out: none)

NORTH COUNTY (70) -- Ketcherside 11, Blunt 8, Beers 9, Tounts 15, Peterson 7, Schwartz 20. FG 28, FT 9-10, F 22 (3-pointers: Ketcherside 3, Beers 1, Peterson 1. Fouled out: Beers)

JV -- North County 39, Central 38 (OT)

Bell City 90, Woodland 39

Nick Niemczyk led Bell City with 27 points in a road win.

The Cubs (11-3) led 26-4 after one quarter. Will Bogan added 16 and Blaine Stewart had 12.

Seth Gaines and Chantz Barham led Woodland (3-10) with 11 points apiece, and Willie Piatt scored 10.

Bell City26183016--90
Woodland412185--39

BELL CITY (90) -- Nick Niemczyk 27, Blaine Stewart 12, Jeff Liggins 6, Phillip Gross 1, Will Bogan 16, Cody Bailey 2, Kerry Lasters 8, Gary Turner 1, Garrett McIntyre 4, Marty Dames 4, Eddie Green 3, Lerome Segers 6. FG 37, FT 8-13 (3-pointers: Niemczyk 4, Segers 2, Green 1, Lasters 1. Fouled out: none)

WOODLAND (39) -- Willie Piatt 10, Seth Gaines 11, Chantz Barham 11, Jeremy Hutson 3, Jordan King 1, Barrett 3. FG 12, FT 9-14 (3-pointers: Barham 3, Piatt 2, Gaines 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Bell City won, 57-41.

Saxony Lutheran 73, Ste. Genevieve 60

Saxony Lutheran shot 30 of 32 (93.8 percent) from the free throw line in a road win.

The Class 1 Crusaders (13-3) picked up their second consecutive win over a Class 4 opponent. Saxony Lutheran had just four scorers in the game.

Alex Jauch led Saxony Lutheran with 24 points, Casey Petzoldt had 22, Tim Lorenz had 17 and Lauren Lueders scored 10.

Saxony13211425--73
Ste. Genevieve14101521--60

SAXONY LUTHERAN (73) -- Lauren Lueders 10, Casey Petzoldt 22, Alex Jauch 24, Tim Lorenz 17. FG 20, FT 30-32, F 10 (3-pointers: Lueders 2, Petzoldt 1. Fouled out: none)

STE. GENEVIEVE (60) -- Ditch 15, Donze 8, Schneider 9, Noel 2, Ky. Faulkner 10, Armbruster 1, Ko. Faulkner 7, Schlueter 8. FG 25, FT 6-9, F 23 (3-pointers: Ky. Faulkner 1, Ko. Faulkner 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Saxony Lutheran def. Ste. Genevieve

Windsor 58, St. Vincent 49

St. Vincent's Waylon Richardet had a double-double, but the Indians lost on the road.

Richardet had 10 points and 12 rebounds, and Zach Richardet scored 11 points for the Indians (8-6).

St. Vincent's second-leading scorer, Greg Finger, suffered a sprained ankle 6 minutes into the game and finished with no points.

St. Vincent10121017--49
Windsor13161514--58

ST. VINCENT (49) -- Zach Richardet 11, Waylon Richardet 10, Jon Buehler 8, Eric Clements 5, Scott Blythe 5, Chad Wheeler 4, Chris Fischer 4, Ben Buchheit 2. FG 20, FT 3-8, F 17 (3-pointers: Z. Richardet 3, Buehler 2, Blythe 1. Fouled out: none)

WINDSOR (58) -- Stoffey 20, Cramer 16, Harrison 12, Briley 6, Callahan 2, Willis 2. FG 20, FT 15-21, F 10 (3-pointers: Harrison 2, Stoffey 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- St. Vincent 51, Windsor 37

Meadow Heights 77, Leopold 50

Meadow Heights scored 34 points in the opening quarter and went on to a road rout.

The Panthers (9-4) led by 24 after one quarter and by 29 at halftime.

Michael Collier scored 18 points for the Panthers. Anthony Bollinger added 14, Terry Wagner had 13 and Heath Fulton scored 10.

Matt Stoverink led the Wildcats (4-7) with 13 points and Eric Fluchel had 10.

Meadow Hts.3418169--77
Leopold10131215--50

MEADOW HEIGHTS (77) -- Heath Fulton 10, Anthony Bollinger 14, Ruggerro Moretto 4, Zach Bynum 1, Terry Wagner 13, Bryce Wallis 2, Nathan Revelle 8, John Long 2, Michael Collier 18, Dusty Davis 3. FG 33, FT 6-11, F 8 (3-pointers: Wagner 2, Collier 2, Fulton 1, Bollinger 1, Revelle 1, Davis 1. Fouled out: none)

LEOPOLD (50) -- Matt Stoverink 13, Justin Reed 3, Tyler Clubb 1, Corey Yount 2, David Thiele 6, Eric Fluchel 10, Darren VanGennip 5 Cody Van De Ven 3, Eric Seiler 3, Codey Cook 4. FG 18, FT 9-13, F 16 (3-pointers: Stoverink 2, Reed 1, VanGennip 1, Seiler 1. Fouled out: none)

De Soto 52, Perryville 36

Perryville scored nine points in every quarter in a home loss.

Rick Dunn led the Pirates (4-10) with 20 points.

De Soto1319713--52
Perryville9999--36

DE SOTO (52) -- Madden 11, Davis 10, Armstrong 2, Travis 2, Dosh 1, Gary 9, Dusty 13, Greenley 4. FG 19, FT 9-12, F 15 (3-pointers: Madden 3, Davis 1, Gary 1. Fouled out: none)

PERRYVILLE (36) -- Corey Lorenz 7, Ryan Schilling 7, Michael Fritsche 2, Rick Dunn 20. FG 14, FT 4-6, F 15 (3-pointers: Schilling 1, Dunn 3. Fouled out: none)

JV -- De Soto 35, Perryville 25

Oak Ridge 56, Marquand 45

Oak Ridge outscored Marquand 14-4 in the second quarter en route to its first victory.

Johnnie Price led Oak Ridge (1-11) with 21 points, and Austin Hahs added 19.

Marquand1741311--45
Oak Ridge16141412--56

MARQUAND (45) -- Mayberry 3, Prichet 2, Detling 2, Edmonds 8, Proctor 7, Hanks 23. FG 18, FT 6-10, F 17 (3-pointers: Edmonds 2, Mayberry 1. Fouled out: Prichet)

OAK RIDGE (56) -- Johnnie Price 21, Ryan Pohlman 6, Walt Ruesler 1, Jon McMillan 9, Austin Hahs 19. FG 19, FT 14-29, F 11 (3-pointers: Price 2, Pohlman 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Marquand 36, Oak Ridge 35

New Salem 64, Twin City 24

New Salem Baptist Academy of Marble Hill shut out Twin City of Festus in the final quarter and romped on the road.

Brett Jones paced the Eagles (10-2) with 19 points. Josiah Davault and Jeremy Rockhill added 12 points apiece, and Tyler Keys scored 10.

New Salem14211415--64
Twin City68100--24

NEW SALEM (64) -- Josiah Davault 12, Jeremy Rockhill 12, Brett Jones 19, Jacob Green 2, Tyler Keys 10, Trent Jones 9. FG 28, FT 3-5, F 9 (3-pointers: B. Jones 4, T. Jones 1. Fouled out: none)

TWIN CITY (24) -- Bowman 6, Houston 6, Longley 2, Cole 2, Gunter 4, Hines 4. FG 10, FT 3-6, F 9 (3-pointers: Houston 1. Fouled out: none)

WRESTLING Jackson 81, Herculaneum 0

Jackson improved to 6-0 in duals with a home win.

The Indians had pins in all but one of the matches they wrestled while accepting eight foreits.

103 -- David Martin (J) pinned Bryant Creely 1:18

112 -- Chris Hurst (J) pinned Chris Petro 1:00

119 -- Kyle Brown (J) forfeit

125 -- Perry Hazelwood (J) forfeit

130 -- Jamie Schumacher (J) forfeit

135 -- Josh Schumacher (J) forfeit

140 -- Russell Brown (J) forfeit

145 -- Ben McMillian (J) forfeit

152 -- Sean Gant (J) pinned Tyler Ruco 1:55

160 -- Anthony Werner (J) pinned Dan Bunch 1:52

171 -- Will Perry (J) pinned Spencer Alexander 1:11

189 -- Blake Peiffer (J) dec. Barry Light 5-3

215 -- Kamden Rampley (J) forfeit

HVY -- Cole Jansen (J) forfeit

JV winners -- Michael Graefe, Doug Froemsdorf, Ethan Revelle, Colby Cathcart, Bryan Sladek, James Perkins, Justin Darnell, Ian Fitzgerald, Tyler Ptacek, Demarcus Huddleston, Adam Collier, Ben Wood

North County 49, Central 27

Central fell to 1-3 in dual meets with a home loss.

103 -- Seth Revell (N) forfeit

112 -- Chris Griffith (C) pinned Brock Harrison :46

119 -- Brandon Reynolds (C) forfeit

125 -- Matt Latham (C) pinned Kyle Lehman 2:30

130 -- Cody Compton (N) maj. dec. Tyler Yeargain 12-4

135 -- Taylor Decker (N) dec. Zach Wilson 9-5

140 -- Jake Vogt (N) pinned Ryan Wachter 1:41

145 -- Cameron Dugger (N) pinned Shawn Hammock :45

152 -- Garrett New (C) tech. fall Cody Coale 18-2

160 -- Matt Smith (C) maj. dec. Patrick Whitener 15-4

171 -- Jason Winckel (N) pinned Aaron Mecey :24

189 -- Jeremy Spelman (N) forfeit

215 -- Brett Snead (N) forfeit

HVY -- Joey Coale (N) forfeit

BOYS SWIMMING Central 99, Oakville 87

Central climbed back to .500 by edging Oakville at Central Municipal Pool.

Kris Metje won the 200-yard freestyle event in 1 minute, 54.31 seconds and captured the 500 freestyle in 5:13.37 for the Tigers (3-3). He was also part of the first-place 400 free relay squad (3:45.53) that included Jake Meyer, Stuart Greaser and Daniel Austin.

Peyton Waggener won the 200 individual medley (2:12.11) and 100 breaststroke (1:06.75), and Jason Mercer topped the 50 free (22.40) and 100 fly (57.18).

Central results

Medley relay -- 2. Daniel Austin, Peyton Waggener, Jason Mercer, Hunter Givens, 1:47.19

200 free -- 1. Kris Metje, 1:54.31; 3. Jake Meyer, 1:58.73

200 IM -- 1. Waggener, 2:12.11; 2. Stuart Greaser, 2:23.85; 3. Matt Cantrell, 2:25.20

50 free -- 1. Mercer, 22.40; 3. Givens, 23.59

Diving -- 2. Tanner Rust, 190.00

100 fly -- 1. Mercer, 57.18; 3. Greaser, 1:02.14

100 free -- 1. Givens, 51.71

500 free -- 1. Metje, 5:13.37; 2. Meyer, 5:19.84

200 free relay -- 2. Givens, Metje, Waggener, Mercer, 1:35.68

Backstroke -- 3. Austin, 1:06.25

Breaststroke -- 1. Waggener, 1:06.75

400 free relay -- 1. Meyer, Greaser, Metje, Austin, 3:45.53; 3. Micah Wright, Andy Billmeyer, Austin Mehner, Cantrell, 4:10.29

MICDS tri-meet MICDS 147, ND 121, Principia 58

Jameson Kuper won two individual events and Adam Reinagel claimed one event to help Notre Dame to a second-place finish in a three-team meet at MICDS.

Kuper won the 200 freestyle in 1 minute, 50.12 seconds and the 100 breaststroke in 1:03.23. Reinagel claimed the 100 butterfly in 1:04.81.

Notre Dame results

200 Medley relay -- 2. 1:51.36 (Jameson Kuper, Edward Doyle, Adam Reinagel, Jordan Voss)

200 free -- 1. Kuper 1:50.12

200 IM -- 3. Logan Bollinger 2:27.09

50 free -- 2. Voss 25.30; 3. Doyle 25.69

Diving -- 2. Nick Reinagel 150.35, 3. Neil Kanneberg 141.65

100 butterfly -- 1. Adam Reinagel 1:04.81, 3. Nick McCrate 1:11.18

100 free -- 2. Voss 58.57

500 free -- 3. Dylon Klaffer 6:17.17

200 free relay -- 2. 1:39.89 (Kuper, Doyle, A. Reinagel, Voss)

100 back -- 3. Bollinger 1:06.80

100 breast -- 1. Kuper 1:03.23

400 free relay -- 3. 4:03.41 (Doyle, Klaffer, Kanneberg, Bollinger)

-- From staff reports

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