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Scott City, Oran reach Scott-Miss semifinals

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

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Delta's Joe Easley fouled Scott City's Derek Laxton during Tuesday's first-round game in the Scott-Mississippi Conference Tournament at Scott County Central High School. Scott City won 67-24.
(Kit Doyle)
Scott City and Oran advanced to the semifinals of the Scott-Miss Conference boys basketball tournament with opening-round wins Tuesday.

The teams will play 9 p.m. Thursday, following the 7:30 p.m. semifinal game between East Prairie and tournament host Scott County Central.

Scott City hammered Delta 67-24 to move on.

Oran pulled away from Chaffee with a 30-point final period in a 66-47 victory. The Eagles trailed after one period but took a 27-18 halftime lead with a big second period. After Chaffee pulled back within six points after three periods, Oran erupted for 30 in the final period.

Coidy Romas scored 18 points to lead the Eagles, while Robert Lange and Chris Asmus each added 11.

ORAN 66, CHAFFEE 47

Chaffee1441217--47
Oran1116930--66

CHAFFEE (47) -- Andy Hendrix 14, Jerrod Steger 11, Colin Dame 10, Adam Horton 6, Aaron Hopkins 4, Zach Wachter 2. FG 12, FT 8-17, F 23. (3-pointers: Steger 2, Horton 2, Dame 1. Fouled out: none).

ORAN (66) -- Cody Romas 18, Robert Lange 11, Chris Asmus 11, Kody Campbell 9, Hunter Glastetter 6, Nick Anderson 5, Jake Kluesner 4, Steven Mock 2. FG 18, FT 21-34, F 18. (3-pointers: Romas 3. Fouled out: none).

EAST PRAIRIE 69, KELLY 64 (Late Monday)

East Prairie11152320--69
Kelly10171126--64

EAST PRAIRIE (69) -- M.C. Williams 18, Tony Jones 17, Paris Tipler 13, Randy Woods 10, Taylor White 7, Ryan Jones 4. FG 17, FT 14-23, F 14. (3-pointers: Williams 4, Tipler 1, White 1, Woods 1. Fouled out: Woods).

KELLY (64) -- Spencer Ayers 15, Josh DeBrock 11, Tyler Thurman 9, Dallas Tew 9, Chris Cooper 7, Kyle Chipman 6, Zach Hamm 5, James Miller 2. FG 19, FT 14-22, F 19 (3-pointers: Thurman 2, Tew 1, Cooper 1. Fouled out: Chipman, Tew).

Jackson 70, Poplar Bluff 59

The host Indians pulled away in the second half for a SEMO Conference win against the Mules.

Jackson (11-6, 2-1) pulled away from a 30-29 halftime lead by outscoring Poplar Bluff 15-6 in the third period.

Jake Late scored 19 points, including four 3-pointers, and Spencer Goodman added 16.

The Indians, who average 33 rebounds per game, pulled down 41 boards, including 14 on the offensive end.

Poplar Bluff1514624--59
Jackson14161525--70

POPLAR BLUFF (59) -- Phillip Brown 19, Jay Raulston 12, Austin Sutton 7, T.J. Stonecipher 5, Asa Wyatt 4, David Stocks 3, Zach Ferguson 4, Ben Knuckles 3, Skyler Holeman 2. FG 22, FT 10-14, F 19 (3-pointers: Brown 2, Raulston 1, Stocks 1, Knuckles 1; Fouled out: none).

JACKSON (70) -- Jacob Leet 19, Spencer Goodman 16, Antonio Garritano 9, Steven Spradlin 8, Hunter Grantham 8, Wren Harris 5, Matt Lang 5 (3-pointers: Leet 4, Harris 1, Lang 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Jackson won 45-51

Perryville 49, Herculaneum 40

Michael Fritsche and Rick Dunn combined for 39 points to lead the Pirates in a Jefferson County Conference win at Herculaneum.

Fritsche scored 20, hitting two 3-pointers, and Dunn added 19, as Perryville improved to 11-6 overall, 3-1 in conference play.

Perryville9101416--49
Herculaneum741514--40

PERRYVILLE (49) -- Corey Lorenz 1, Jonathan Hecht 2, Michael Fritsche 20, Brent Roth 5, Craig Brueckner 2, Rick Dunn 19. FG 16, FT 13-20, F 8 (3-pointers: Fritsche 2. Fouled out: none).

HERCULANEUM (40) -- Dustin Dunn 4, Mike Martinez 4, Jason Washburn 7, Jake Alexander 16, Justin Ramsey 3, Kyle Bates 4, Thomas Plager 2. FG 16, FT 4-7, F 17 (3-pointers: Washburn. Fouled out: Dunn).

JV -- Perryville won 51-27.

Festus 58, St. Vincent 51

St. Vincent could not overcome a poor start and fell to .500 with a home loss.

The Indians (8-8) trailed 21-9 after one quarter. St. Vincent fell to 2-2 in Jefferson County Conference play.

Chris Fischer led St. Vincent with 18 points, and Chris Wengert and Gregory Finger added 13 points apiece.

Festus2114320--58
St. Vincent9111120--51

FESTUS (58) -- DeRousse 19, Beckete 10, Sides 9, Wickley 8, Stubbs 7, Boyer 3, Riggs 2. FG 24, FT 5-8, F 12 (3-pointers: DeRousse 3, Wickley 1, Boyer 1. Fouled out: none)

ST. VINCENT (51) -- Chris Fischer 18, Chris Wengert 13, Gregory Finger 13, Justin L'Hote 4, Zach Richardet 3. FG 23, FT 4-9, F 14 (3-pointers: Finger 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Festus won 69-50. Freshmen -- Festus won 56-30.

Oak Ridge 84, Marquand 74

Oak Ridge freshman Garrett Light scored 44 points in a road win.

Light hit 20 of 25 free throws, including 13 of 15 in the fourth quarter. Dustin Meyr added 10 points for the Bluejays (3-8).

Oak Ridge14172528--84
Marquand17181722--74

OAK RIDGE (84) -- Kaz Lange 4, Dustin Meyr 10, Dustin Owens 8, Dylan Abbott 4, Walt Ruesler 5, Garrett Light 44, Josh Hormann 6. FG 26, FT 29-37, F 16 (3-pointers: Hormann 2. Fouled out: Owens)

MARQUAND (74) -- Pritchett 15, Edmonds 7, Becker 7, Hanks 32, Dettling 4, Brotherton 2, Mayberry 7. FG 31, FT 11-20, F 25 (3-pointers: Mayberry. Fouled out: Edmonds, Becker, Hanks, Mayberry)

JV -- Marquand won 43-33.

Saxony Lutheran 48, Ste. Genevieve 47

Saxony Lutheran took its first lead in the final 5 seconds of the game to win at home.

Alex Jauch led the Crusaders (13-2) with 13 points, and Austin Kwikkel had 10.

Ste. Gen169913--47
Saxony8101218--48

STE. GENEVIEVE (47) -- Mike Schlueter 4, Kory Faulkner 11, Blake Armbruster 12, Dustin Noll 10, Eric Schrader 3, Carl Grass 3, Curt Roth 4. FG 19, FT 5-14, F 15 (3-pointers: Faulkner 1, Noll 1, Schrader 1, Grass 1. Fouled out: none)

SAXONY LUTHERAN (48) -- Zach Bohnert 2, Bret Steffens 3, Max Wieser 8, Alex Jauch 13, Ben Courtois 6, Clay Obergoenner 6, Austin Kwikkel 10. FG 20, FT 7-15, F 15 (3-pointers: Wieser 1. Fouled out: Wieser)

JV -- Saxony Lutheran won 53-25.

Meadow Heights 78, Leopold 70

Meadow Heights built an eight-point lead and held on to win at home.

Tyler Wagner led the Panthers (4-9) with 18 points, and Derrick Wilfong and Sam Russell had 13 points apiece.

Darren VanGennip led the Wildcats with 25 points, Eric Fluchel had 21 and Matt Stoverink had 10.

Leopold12191821--70
Meadow Hgts16232118--78

LEOPOLD (70) -- Darren VanGennip 25, Erin Fluchel 21, Matt Stoverink 10, Larry Nussbaum 6, Tyler Clubb 4, Cody Van De Ven 4. FG 27, FT 12-23, F 15 (3-pointers: VanGennip 3, Fluchel 1. Fouled out: none)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (78) -- Tyler Wagner 18, Derrick Wilfong 13, Sam Russell 13, John Long 9, Dustin Hubler 8, Luke Nitsch 6, Dustin Davis 4, Derek Bess 4, Ethan Mitchell 3. FG 30, FT 13-24, F 16 (3-pointers: Wagner 1, Wilfong 1, Long 1, Bess 1, Mitchell 1. Fouled out: Mitchell)

JV -- Leopold won 63-53.

Bell City 75, Woodland 34

Bell City led 41-15 at halftime and cruised at home.

Nick Niemczyk led the Cubs (11-4) with 13 points, Phillip Gross had 12 and Will Bogan and Austin Segers had 10 apiece.

Chad Gaines and Jordan King each scored 10 to lead Woodland.

Woodland96414--34
Bell City2021259--75

WOODLAND (34) -- Seth Gaines 5, McCarty 2, Timmy Abner 5, Kyle Reynolds 2, Josh Hahn 6, Chad Gaines 10, Jordan King 10 . FG 15, FT 1-2, F 11 (3-pointers: Hahn 2, Abner 1. Fouled out: none)

BELL CITY (75) -- Nick Niemczyk 13, Melvin Johnson 2, Cody Bailey 9, Carerra Patterson 3, Phillip Gross 12, Austin Segers 10, Austin Bush 6, Will Bogan 10, Eddie Green 6, Clay Dover 4. FG 32, FT 6-13, F 4 (3-pointers: Bush 1, Segers 1, Patterson 1, Bailey 1, Niemczyk 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Woodland won 63-60.

Eagle Ridge Christian 55, New Salem Baptist 52, OT

Eagle Ridge outscored New Salem 4-1 in overtime to collect a road win.

Aaron Shell paced Eagle Ridge with 18 points, while Ben Douglas netted 16 and Josh Wiseman had 10.

Brent Jones led New Salem (7-10) with 17 points, Josh DaVault tallied 14 and Jacob Green had 10.

Eagle Ridge112010104--55
New Salem71416141--52

EAGLE RIDGE (55) -- Ben Douglas 16, Aaron Shell 18, Josh Wiseman 10, Daniel Lies 5, Daniel Cohen 4, Scott Edgar 2. FG 21, FT 7-14, F 15 (3-pointers: Douglas 1, Shell 1, Wiseman 1, Lies 1. Fouled out: none)

NEW SALEM (52) -- Trent Jones 5, Josh Davault 14, Jared Crist 4, Axel Malmrof 2, Brett Jones 17, Jacob Green 10. FG 22, FT 4-12, F 16 (3-pointers: B. Jones 3, T. Jones 1. Fouled out: none)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Delta 59, Sikeston 33

Delta remained undefeated with a home win.

Tiffany Amelunke led the Bobcats (13-0) with 12 points, and Kaci Menz had 10. All-state senior Shea Smith, coming back from a knee injury, scored three points in limited action.

Menz, a senior, was honored during the game for scoring her 1,000th point earlier this season.

Sikeston59811--33
Delta14151911--59

SIKESTON (33) -- LaShawna Turner 3, Amber Minner 4, Keyerra Blissett 11, Mary Deason 2, Monika Gray-el 13. FG 15, FT 3-8, F 8 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

DELTA (59) -- Tiffany Amelunke 12, Amanda Drew 5, Shea Smith 3, Ashley Deprow 9, Jodi Menz 7, Sara Blattel 2, Kaci Menz 10, Brittni Deprow 9, Kayla Seabaugh 2. FG 25, FT 2-6, F 7 (3-pointers: B. Deprow 3, Amelunke 2, Smith 1, A. Deprow 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Delta won 35-21.

New Salem Baptist 46, Eagle Ridge 20

New Salem Baptist outscored visiting Eagle Ridge 14-0 in the second quarter and cruised at home.

New Salem (9-0) trailed 5-4 after one quarter, but outscored Eagle Ridge 42-15 over the final three quarters.

Sarah Green led New Salem with 22 points.

Lindsey Hamby led Eagle Ridge with nine points.

Eagle Ridge5087--20
New Salem4141810--46

EAGLE RIDGE (20) -- Kristen Margrabe 3, Abby Cohen 8, Lindsey Hamby 9. FG 9, FT 1-5, F 8 (3-pointers: Hamby 1. Fouled out: none)

NEW SALEM (46) -- Sarah Green 22, Laura Poole 6, Celsey Cook 4, Kelsey Barlow 6, Martha Poole 4, Sarah Long 4. FG 23, FT 0-0, F 9 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

GIRLS SWIMMING

Nerinx Hall 100, Central 86

The Tigers had eight first-place finishes and two more state cuts, but they lost at home against Nerinx Hall of Webster Groves.

"They don't have Hannah Kinders, but we'd win a race and they would go 2, 3, 4," Central coach Dayna Powell said.

Kinder, already a state qualifier, won two events.

Freshman Susan Beth Scott won the 500-yard freestyle with a state cut time of 5 minutes, 40.40 seconds. Swimming in the event for the first time this season, she became the team's first individual other than Kinder to post a state cut.

Central's 200 free relay team of Kinder, Jessie Baker, Annie Wolpers and Mary Catherine Ford also made a state cut, finishing first in 1:48.45.

Baker also had two first-place finishes.

Central results

200 medley relay -- 1, CHS (Mary Catherine Ford, Jessie Baker, Hannah Kinder, Annie Wolpers), 2:06.60.

200 freestyle -- 1, Kinder, 2:05.21.

200 individual medley -- 1, Baker, 2:31.62. 3, Susan Beth Scott, 2:42.30

50 free -- 1, Wolpers, 27.45; 3, Ford, 28.56.

1-meter diving -- 3, Tara Volkerding 156.49.

100 butterfly -- 3, Schroeder, 1;24.03.

100 free -- 1, Kinder, 56.68.

500 free -- 1, Scott, 5:40.40.

200 free relay -- 1, CHS (Kinder, Baker, Wolpers, Ford), 1:48.45.

100 backstroke -- 2, Wolpers, 1:14.75.

100 breaststroke -- 1, Baker, 1:19.68; 2, Ford, 1:23.03.

400 free relay -- 2, CHS (Scott, Kelly Ennis, Schroeder, Emily Spriggs), 4:38.80.

-- From staff reports


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