Delta girls collect win No. 20

Friday, February 10, 2006

The Delta girls basketball team hammered visiting Woodland 70-37 en route to its 20th victory on Thursday night.

The Bobcats (20-1) put Woodland away early with a 26-8 first-quarter edge.

Shea Smith scored a game-high 22 points for Delta. Kaci Menz added 15 points, Ashley Deprow had 13 and Kayla Seabaugh added 12.

Sasha Hutson and Courtney Glastetter paced the Cardinals with 10 points each.

Woodland81386--37
Delta2618188--70

WOODLAND (37) -- Kyla Choate 3, Rheanna Greer 1, Sasha Hutson 10, Tasha Lincoln 5, Francee VanGennip 8, Courtney Glastetter 10. FG 15, FT 7-18, F 13 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

DELTA (70) -- Tiffany Amelunke 2, Shea Smith 22, Ashley Deprow 13, Jodi Menz 6, Kaci Menz 15, Kayla Sebaugh 12. FG 28, FT 10-15, F 17 (3-pointers: Smith 2, J. Menz 1, K. Menz 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Delta 57, Woodland 22

Scott City 62, Meadow Heights 35

After opening the season with 16 straight losses, Scott City finally broke through with a road victory over Meadow Heights.

"You would've thought we won the state championship," Scott City coach John Nanney said of his team.

Nora Glastetter paced the Rams with 16 points, while Kelley Hicks and Whitney Tapley finished with 11 points apiece.

Amanda Hendrickson led Meadow Heights (1-15) with eight points.

Scott City 17111816-62
Meadow Heights 101096-35

SCOTT CITY (62) -- Nora Glasser 16, Kelley Hicks 11, Whitney Tapley 11, Becky Holder 8, Darla Johnston 6, Michaela Drury 4, Donielle Howell 3, Emily Essner 2, Caitlyn Cotner 1. FG 22, FT 15-23, F 17 (3-pointers: Hicks 2, Drury 1. Fouled out: none)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (35) -- Amanda Henckrickson 8, Kristin Mayberry 6, Sara Hendrickson 5, Alexa Suter 4, Lacey Welker 4, Courtney Brune 3, Sahra Mills 3, Chelsey Kight 2. FG 14, FT 3-11, F 21 (3-pointers: S. Hendrickson 1. Fouled out: none)

JV --Meadow Heights 56, Scott City 31

Dexter 60, Central 30

Central was outscored by host Dexter 38-9 in the second half and fell to 9-13.

Wendi Zickfield led the Tigers with eight points.

Central13845--30
Dexter1482117--60

CENTRAL (30) -- Dani Gross 5, Lauren Loftis 2, Wendi Zickfield 8, Courtney Schuessler 4, Gina Yarbrough 2, Sarah Upmore 3, Tierra Walker 6. FG 10, FT 7-10, F 13 (3-pointers: Gross 1. Fouled out: none)

DEXTER (60) -- Kennedy 2, Burleson 12, Jones 4, Hayes 6, Stanley 3, Dooley 15, Nelson 14, K. Heil 2, Taylor 2. FG 19, FT 17-21, F 11 (3-pointers: Burleson 2, Dooley 1, Nelson 3. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Central 44, Dexter 43

Oran 68, East Prairie 32

Oran grabbed a 10-point lead in the first quarter and coasted to a road victory.

Tiffany Glastetter led the way for Oran (13-8) with 21 points. Erica Michelsen added 14 ponts and Wendy Eftink had 11.

The Eagles built a 41-17 lead by halftime and took a 61-22 lead into the fourth quarter.

Oran 1922207--68
East Prairie 98510--32

ORAN (68) -- Courtney Nenninger 6, Allison Seyer 5, Hannah Seyer 3, Callie Kielhofner 2, Erica Michaelsen 14, Wendy Eftink 11, Jodie Urhahn 6, Tiffany Glastetter 21. FG 31, FT 4-7, F 11 (3-pointers: A. Seyer 1, H. Seyer 1. Fouled out: none)

EAST PRAIRIE (32) -- Peters 2, Branam 9, Woodward 7, Lundly 1, Britt 2, Cook 1, Thomuse 6, Smith 4. FG 11, FT 9-16, F 12 (3-pointers: Branam. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Oran 46, East Prairie 36

Kelly 62, New Madrid Co. Central 57

Kelly won on the road to improve to 14-7.

Debra Hall poured in 28 points for the Hawks, and Nikki Weiny added 10.

Kelly18161612--62
NMCC791318--57

KELLY (62) -- Brittany Ponder 6, Sarah Ruff 4, Mindy Robert 5, Kayla Cissell 5, Nikki Weiny 10, Katee Moore 4, Debra Hall 28. FG 25, FT 12-19, F 16 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

NMCC (57) -- Beasley 6, Farr 3, Nesselrodt 5, Newson 4, Green 3, Cole 2, Matthews 17, Wren 17. FG 23, FT 10-20, F 16 (3-pointers: Farr 1. Fouled out: Newson)

JV -- Kelly def. NMCC

Perryville 73, Grandview 25

Perryville wrapped up the Jefferson County Conference regular season title with a pounding of visiting Grandview.

The Pirates (15-6, 8-1 JCC) exploded in the third quarter, outscoring Grandview 31-2.

Annette Weibrecht led Perryville with 16 points. Amber Hacker had 12, Jessica Abernathy had 11 and Bethany Steffens and Chastity Marr chipped in 10 apiece.

Grandview5929--25
Perryville1817316--73

GRANDVIEW (25) -- Dugan 9, Villmer 4, Hardy 1, Freund 3, Barrale 2, Hinklecamp 6. FG 11, FT 7-13, F 9 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

PERRYVILLE (73) -- Jessica Abernathy 11, Meghan Roth 4, Krista Miesner 8, Amber Hacker 12, Bethany Steffens 10, Annette Weibrecht 16, Chastity Marr 10, Kim Miesner 2. FG 34, FT 3-4, F 14 (3-pointers: Hacker 1, Marr 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Perryville 54, Grandview 16

Crystal City 43, St. Vincent 33

St . Vincent was outscored 14-4 in the first quarter and never recovered in a home defeat.

Jessica Welker led the Squaws (8-13) with 10 points.

Crystal City149911--43
St. Vincent46158--33

CRYSTAL CITY (43) -- Marler 19, Helwig 14, Hudson 5, Penny 4, Garber 1. FG 19, FT 5-7, F 8 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

ST. VINCENT (33) -- Jessica Welker 10, Alexandra Lundy 6, Brooke Brown 6, Lacey Siegmund 5, Kelsey Kutz 4, Hannah Schremp 2. FG 14, FT 5-10, F 9 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

JV -- St. Vincent def. Crystal City; Freshmen -- St. Vincent def. Crystal City

New Salem 42, Eagle Ridge 30

New Salem Baptist Academy of Marble Hill upset top-seeded Eagle Ridge Christian Academy of Cape Girardeau in a semifinal game of the St. Louis Metro Christian Athletic Association conference tournament at Gateway Christian in St. Louis.

Fourth-seeded New Salem (13-3) will play for the conference title tonight at 7, while Eagle Ridge will play for third place at 4 p.m.

Sarah Green netted 20 points and Laura Poole added 12 points.

Kristen Margrabe scored 19 for Eagle Ridge.

New Salem881211--42
Eagle Ridge28155--30

NEW SALEM (42) -- Celsey Cook 4, Kelsey Barlow 2, Martha Poole 4, Laura Poole 12, Sarah Green 20. FG 16, FT 7-10, F 11 (3-pointers: Green 1. Fouled out: none)

EAGLE RIDGE (30) -- Katie Hogan 2, Chelsey Clark 1, Abby Cohen 4, Kristen Margrabe 19, Kacie Seabaugh 4. FG 12, FT 3-8, F 15 (3-pointers: Margrabe 1. Fouled out: Cohen)

BOYS BASKETBALL

New Salem 54, Liberty Christian 49

Third-seeded New Salem Baptist of Marble Hill used a fourth-quarter comeback to knock off No. 2 Liberty Christian in the semifinal round of the SLMCAA conference tournament at Gateway Christian in St. Louis.

The Eagles (16-4) will take on top-seeded host Gateway (22-0) tonight in the championship at 8:30.

Jeremy Rockhill paced four Eagles in double figures with 19 points. Tyler Keys netted 14, Brett Jones had 11 and Joe Davault added 10.

New Salem1519614--54
Liberty1013159--49

NEW SALEM (54) -- Jeremy Rockhill 19, Tyler Keys 14, Brett Jones 11, Joe Davault 10. FG 18, FT 15-23, F 14 (3-pointers: Jones 1. Fouled out: Davault)

LIBERTY (49) -- Nessell 28, Jelley 12, Goodfellow 5, Bodie 2, Myer 2. FG 22, FT 3-11, F 18 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Nessell)

-- From staff reports

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