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Friday, January 12, 2007

Scott County Central's girls basketball team will get its second crack at Delta this season in the championship of the Scott-Mississippi Conference Tournament following a 62-59 upset of No. 2 Kelly on Thursday in the semifinals at Oran.

The Bravettes, seeded third, will face No. 1 Delta at 4:30 p.m. Saturday. Delta routed No. 4 Oran 59-29 in the other semifinal. The Bobcats defeated Scott County in the semifinals of the Lady Devils Invitational earlier this season.

Scott County took a 25-19 first-quarter lead and held on for the win. Brittney Peet led the Bravettes with 22 points, and Jamisha Williams added 10.

Debra Hall led the Hawks with 21 points, and Sara Ruff and Brittney Ponder had 10 points apiece.

Kaci Menz had 32 points as the undefeated Bobcats (11-0) rolled. No other Delta player scored more than five points. Tiffany Amelunke added six assists.

Erica Michelsen led the Eagles with 11 points.

Delta 59, Oran 29

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Delta1322159--59

ORAN (29) -- Mandi Wood 4, Callie Kielhofner 7, Erica Michelsen 11, Tiffany Glastetter 7. FG 10, FT 8-10, F 12 (3-pointers: Kielhofner 1. Fouled out: none)

DELTA (59) -- Tiffany Amelunke 3, Amanda Drew 2, Ashley Deprow 4, Jodi Menz 5, Sara Blattel 4, Kaci Menz 32, Kayla Seabaugh 5, Sarah Keys 4. FG 23, FT 9-14, F 16 (3-pointers: K. Menz 4. Fouled out: none)

Scott County Central 62, Kelly 59

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Kelly19111415--59

SCOTT COUNTY (62) -- Brittney Peet 22, Samantha Jones 9, Markita Mosley 7, Amanda Lawless 6, LeKisha Turner 8, Jamisha Williams 10. FG 26, FT 8-16, F 19 (3-pointers: Peet 1, Turner 1. Fouled out: none)

KELLY (59) -- Sara Ruff 10, Brittney Ponder 10, Kayla Cissell 4, Lauren Gean 2, Katee Moore 8, Nikki Weiny 3, Debra Hall 21. FG 20, FT 17-29, F 15 (3-pointers: Moore 1. Fouled out: none)

Notre Dame 72, Sikeston 26

Notre Dame remained undefeated in SEMO Conference play with a road win.

The Bulldogs moved to 3-0 in the conference and 8-5 overall. Kristain Burger and Meridith Medlin led Notre Dame with 19 points apiece, and Emily Brumitt added 10 points.

Notre Dame17202114--72
Sikeston47114--26

NOTRE DAME (72) -- Kristain Burger 19, Meridith Medlin 19, Emily Brumitt 10, Brooke Beussink 7, Alex Fowler 8, Claudia Brauss 7, Paige Schumer 2. FG 29, FT 10-16, F 4 (3-pointers: Fowler 2, Medlin 1, Beussink 1. Fouled out: none)

SIKESTON (26) -- Latoya Gipson 10, JaMyrah Ware 6, Monika Gray-el 6, Keyerra Blissett 2, Deason 2. FG 12, FT 0-0, F 13 (3-pointers: Ware 2. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Notre Dame won 64-8.

Perryville 70, Grandview 22

Perryville improved to 3-0 in Jefferson County Conference play with a road win.

Alicia Kueker and Kendra Schilli led the Pirates (9-5) with 14 points apiece, and Ava Johnson added 13 points.

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Grandview5467--22

PERRYVILLE (70) -- Alicia Kueker 14, Ava Johnson 13, Nicole Gremaud 6, Amanda England 2, Kendra Schilli 14, Alyssa Bauwens 9, Makenzie Schirmer 6, Kim Miesner 6. FG 27, FT 12-21, F 8 (3-pointers: Gremaud 2, Kueker 1, Schilli 1. Fouled out: none)

GRANDVIEW (22) -- Villmer 3, Moses 6, Jernigan 7, Bequette 4, Rose 2. FG 9, FT 1-2, F 18 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Graff, Bequette)

JV -- Perryville won.

St. Vincent 61, Crystal City 41

Lacey Siegmund led St. Vincent with 21 points in a road win.

Jessica Welker added 12 points for the Squaws (7-4), and Brooke Brown added 11 points.

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Crystal City101669--41

ST. VINCENT (61) -- Lacey Siegmund 21, Brooke Brown 11, Jessica Welker 12, Kelsey Cissell 5, Courtney Besand 4, Miranda Holmes 4, Elizabeth Rozier 2, Lindsay Prost 2. FG 23, FT 13-25, F 15 (3-pointers: Brown 1, Welker 1. Fouled out: none)

CRYSTAL CITY (41) -- Perry 13, Stefonsky 13, Helwig 8, LaFloure 2, Garber 2, Melton 2. FG 18, FT 2-12, F 19 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Helwig, Garber)

JV -- St. Vincent won 32-27. Freshmen -- St. Vincent won 42-20.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Chester Invitational

Saxony Lutheran moved into the finals of the Chester (Ill.) Invitational Tournament with a 53-36 semifinal win over host Chester.

Alex Jauch led the Crusaders (12-1) with 15 points and Max Wieser added 13.

In the other semifinal, Perryville fell to Marissa-Coulterville (Ill.) 67-50.

Saxony Lutheran will play Marissa at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

Perryville and Chester play at 6 p.m. for third place.

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Chester513810--36

SAXONY LUTHERAN (53) -- Garrett Ruppel 2, Zach Bohnert 1, Bret Steffens 1, Max Wieser 13, Alex Jauch 15, Ben Courtois 4, Clay Obergoenner 6, Austin Kwikkel 8. FG 17, FT 14-22, F 21 (3-pointers: Wieser 2, Courtois 1, Kwikkel 2. Fouled out: none)

CHESTER (36) -- Kahre 2, Zang 2, L. Tindall 1, Kern 8, Clark 8, Buatte 4, M. Tindall 5, Wilson 6. FG 14, FT 8-18, F 19 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

Meadow Heights 83, Bismarck 69

Meadow Heights got a win in its first home game this season.

Tyler Wagner led the Panthers (3-8) with 26 points and John Long added 19.

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BISMARCK (69) -- Mike Franklin 25, Tim Lincoln 19, Kyle Cole 3, Bobby Clifton 12, Steve Gidinger 2, Ethan Graham 2, Josh Turner 6. FG 24, FT 16-26, F 19 (3-pointers: Lincoln 3, Cole 1, Franklin 1. Fouled out: Lincoln, Graham)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (83) -- Dustin Hubler 8, Derrick Wilfong 8, Tyler Wagner 26, Ethan Mayfield 2, John Long 19, Zach Bynum 2, Sam Russell 4, Luke Nitsch 9, Ethan Mitchell 5. FG 33, FT 11-19, F 24 (3-pointers: Long 2, Wagner 1, Wilfong 1, Nitsch 1, Mitchell 1. Fouled out: Dustin Davis)

JV -- Meadow Heights won 68-39.

Eagle Ridge 68, People's 53

Daniel Lies led Eagle Ridge with 25 points and 12 rebounds in a home win.

Aaron Shell added 14 points for the Eagles (7-4), and Ben Douglass added 13 points.

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Eagle Ridge18161519--68

PEOPLE'S (53) -- Jeremy Martin 11, Steven Womack 9, David Roth 6, Chris Nemec 2, Jeff Gustafson 25. FG 23, FT 6-9, F 15 (3-pointers: Womack 1. Fouled out: none)

EAGLE RIDGE (68) -- Ben Douglass 13, Daniel Lies 25, Aaron Shell 14, Josh Wiseman 7, Daniel Cohen 7, Andrew Toeniskoetter 2. FG 29, FT 8-16, F 14 (3-pointers: Lies 1, Shell 1. Fouled out: none)

GIRLS SWIMMING

Westminster 140, Notre Dame 125, St. Vincent 48

Notre Dame swimmer Lauren Castleman bettered her state-cut in the 50 freestyle with a winning time of 26.25 seconds in a tri-meet at Westminster as the Bulldogs finished second.

Castleman also won the 100 breaststroke, Emily Huber won the diving event and Rachel Henson won the 500 freestyle.

200 medley relay -- 2. Notre Dame 2:13.25 (Ava Andersson, Ashley Nenninger, Audrey Glover, Lauren Castleman)

200 free -- 2. Jackie Bader (N) 2:21.66, 3. Abbie Messmer (N) 2:24.03

200 IM -- 2. Maria Esswein (S) 2:38.24, 3. Glover (N) 2:40.41

50 freestyle -- 1. Castleman (N) 26.25

Diving -- 1. Emily Huber (N) 170

100 butterfly -- 2. Esswein (S) 1:10.80

100 freestyle -- 2. Nenninger (N) 58.93

500 freestyle -- 1. Rachel Henson (N) 6:23.67, 3. Jenny Brant (N) 6:52.17

200 free relay -- 2. Notre Dame 1:54.23 (Nenninger, Castleman, Messmer, Brant)

100 backstroke -- 2. Andersson (N) 1:15.65, 3. Bader (N) 1:21.78

100 breaststroke -- 1. Castleman (N) 1:20.43, 2. Nenninger (N) 1:21.37

400 free relay -- 2. Notre Dame 4:25.24 (Glover, Messmer, Brant, Andersson)

-- From staff reports


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