Bulldogs succumb to Eagles

Wednesday, December 17, 2003

Notre Dame's boys basketball team trailed visiting New Madrid County Central by only two points at halftime, but turnover problems in the third quarter helped NMCC expand its lead and post a 65-49 victory.

Notre Dame was playing without Frankie Ellis, who was out due to injury. The Bulldogs (1-5) trailed 21-13 after the first quarter but came back to cut the lead to 32-30 at halftime.

"I think they really came back to play well," Notre Dame coach Darrin Scott said.

To start the third quarter Notre Dame turned the ball over five of its first eight possessions. NMCC pushed its lead to 47-39 after three quarters.

John Eric Klein led Notre Dame with 16 points and Bryce Willen had 15.

Edgar Givens led NMCC with 16 points.

NMCC 65, Notre Dame 49

NMCC21111518--65
Notre Dame1317910--49

NMCC (65) -- Edgar Givens 16, Eugene Cooper 2, Remond Willis 8, Malcolm Long 9, Terrance Wilson 6, Joseph Howell 6, Mackal Kimble 7, Vaughn Sheppard 5, Brandon Waters 6. FG 26, FT 12-19, F 19 (3-pointers: Long 1. Fouled out: none)

NOTRE DAME (49) -- John Eric Klein 16, Mark Unterreiner 4, Alex Ressel 9, Bryce Willen 15, Steven Eftink 2, Blake Fisher. FG 19, FT 7-13, F 15 (3-pointers: Klein 3, Willen 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: NMCC 60, Notre Dame 48

Jackson 69, Hillsboro 64

Jackson continued its hot play with a road win.

The Indians (5-1) used a 25-7 scoring advantage in the first quarter to win their fifth straight game. Jason Schafer led Jackson with 20 points, Tyler McNeely had 18 and Jack Puisis added 16.

Jackson25141317--69
Hillsboro7161625--64

JACKSON (69) -- Brad Eaton 2, Ryan Mirly 2, Andy Ross 3, Cody Cardwell 3, Nick Fiehler 3, Jack Puisis 16, Tyler McNeely 18, Jason Schafer 20. FG 24, FT 16-28, F 18 (3-pointers: Ross 1, Cardwell 1, Puisis 2, Schafer 1. Fouled out: Eaton)

HILLSBORO (64) -- McGrath 11, Wirick 3, Wallace 17, Cotharn 12, Prosesney 2, Dallas 15, Crow 4. FG 22, FT 15-19, F 23 (3-pointers: Wirick 1, Wallace 2, Cotharn 2. Fouled out: McGrath and Cotharn)

JV: Jackson 59, Hillsboro 39

North County 58, St. Vincent 52

Alex Arumbuster scored 22 points and Danny Rellergert added 14 but St. Vincent (1-2) lost at home.

North Co.1120819--58
St. Vincent1413718--52

NORTH COUNTY (58) -- Hawkins 17, Stolle 12, Huskey 9, Padgett 8, A. Lotes 5, Rayl 4, Murphy 23. FG 20, FT 10-16, F 13 (3-pointers: Hawkins 3, Huskey 2, Padgett 2, A. Lopes 1. Fouled out: none)

ST. VINCENT (52) -- Alex Arumbuster 22, Danny Rellergert 14, Jacob Dewilde 6, Zach Moll 5, Pat Siegmond 5. FG 22, FT 5-8, F 16 (3-pointers: Rellergert 2, Moll 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: North County 50, St. Vincent 36.

Fredericktown 49, Perryville 39

Perryville suffered its fifth straight loss, falling on the road to Fredericktown.

Nick Hayden paced Perryville (1-5) with 11 points and Phillip Buerck added 10.

D.J. Hinkle scored 17 points to lead Fredericktown, which trailed 17-15 at halftime.

Perryville89517--39
Fredericktown 1141123--49

PERRYVILLE (39) -- Jarod Oberndorfer 8, Nick Hayden 11, Phillip Buerck 10, Andrew Norman 5, Andrew Bockman 3, Kyle Dobbelare 2. FG 16, FT 2-3, F 17 (3-pointers: Oberndorfer 2, Buerck 2, Norman 1. Fouled out: Oberndorfer)

FREDERICKTOWN (49) -- Micah Reutzel 6, Joaby Sykes 7, Josh Collier 9, Kyle Tesreau 10, D.J. Hinkle 17. FG 16, FT 16-27, F 7 (3-pointers: Sykes 1. Fouled out: none)

Marquand 64, Chaffee 53

Chaffee remained winless as Marquand won at home.

Adam Statler paced Marquand with 23 points and Jay Francis had 15. Chaffee (0-4) got 13 points from Sid Burks. Brandon Davis and Tyler Graham both scored 11.

Chaffee13171310--53
Marquand19211113--64

CHAFFEE (53) -- Brad Urhahn 2, Brandon Davis 11, Richard Hinkebein 8, Tyler Graham 11, Bret Whitaker 4, Sid Burks 13, Matthew Sanders 4. FG 19, FT 9-21, F 19 (3-pointers: Hinkebein 2, Davis 1, Burks 3. Fouled out: Davis, Graham)

MARQUAND (64) -- Adam Statler 23, Lakes 11, Sutton 3, Proctor 8, King 4, Jay Francis 15. FG 23, FT 13-19, F 17 (3-pointers: Statler 3. Fouled out: none)

JV: Marquand 45, Chaffee 41

Bell City 60, Leopold 30

Bell City overcame the flu bug to win a home game.

The Cubs outscored Leopold 21-2 in the first quarter. Dominitrix Johnson and Jeff Liggins scored 16 points apiece.

Brandon Bueter led Leopold with nine points.

Leopold210117--30
Bell City2119146--60

LEOPOLD (30) -- Michael Vandeven 3, Nathan Thele 1, Lucas Horrell 8, Brandon Bueter 9, A.J. Seiler 7, Kelly Stause 1, Justin Jansen 1. FG 9, FT 10-18, F 12 (3-pointers: Vandeven 1, Seiler 1. Fouled out: none)

BELL CITY (60) -- Dominitrix Johnson 16, Derek Pobst 2, Blaine Stewart 7, Jeff Liggins 16, Zak McIntyre 3, Randy Conn 2, Kerry Lasters 8, Garrett McIntyre 5. FG 22, FT 15-19, F 19 (3-pointers: Z. McIntyre 1. Fouled out: Stewart)

JV: Bell City 65, Leopold 46

Meadow Heights 57, Delta 55

Evan Kamp had only four points for Meadow Heights but two of those came on a put-back with 3.1 seconds remaining to give the Panthers a home win.

Delta led throughout the game until Meadow Heights (4-2) made a fourth-quarter comeback. Terry Wagner led Meadow Heights with 26 points. Brad Adams added 16 points for the Panthers.

Kevin Bartels had 17 points for Delta and Zack Kelley added 12.

Delta10122013--55
Meadow Heights8111919--57

DELTA (55) -- Kevin Bartels 17, Zack Kelley 12, Cody Crowden 7, Derek Helderman 7, Aaron Kinder 6, Brent Menz 6. FG 20, FT 10-16, F 9 (3-pointers: Crowden 2, Menz 2, Helderman 1. Fouled out: none)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (57) -- Terry Wagner 26, Brad Adams 16, Evan Kamp 4, Anthony Bollinger 3, Heath Fulton 2, Joel Hahs 2, Brian Thompson 2, Marshall Trawick 2. FG 31, FT 6-6, F 15 (3-pointers: Wagner 4, Bollinger 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: Meadow Heights 57, Delta 53 (OT)

Saxony Lutheran 50, Oak Ridge 43

Playing its first year of varsity basketball, Saxony Lutheran improved to 3-0 with a road win.

Tim Lorenz led the way for the Crusaders with 18 points and Lauren Lueders added 12. Saxony outscored Oak Ridge 9-2 in a pivotal third quarter.

Austin Hahs scored a game-high 21 points for Oak Ridge (0-6) and Austin Morrison netted 12.

Saxony1114916--50
Oak Ridge1014217--43

SAXONY LUTHERAN (50) -- Lauren Lueders 12, Trey Maevers 8, Casey Petzoldt 5, John Volkerding 7, Tim Lorenz 18. FG 17, FT 14-21, F 12 (3-pointers: Lueders 2. Fouled out: Petzoldt)

OAK RIDGE (43) -- Ryan Ruesler 4, Austin Morrison 12, Terry Bogenpohl 4, Ben Hahs 2, Austin Hahs 21. FG 19, FT 2-6, F 19 (3-pointers: A. Morrison 2. Fouled out: none)

JV: Saxony 47, Oak Ridge 33

Woodland 65, Bernie 55

Woodland used a strong fourth quarter to win on the road.

With the scored tied after three quarters, Woodland (5-1) outscored Bernie 19-9 in the final quarter. Anthony Grojean led Woodland with 17 points, Travis Benfield had 16 and Cody McCraw added 12.

Woodland16181219--65
Bernie1616149--55

WOODLAND (65) -- Brandon Cowell 8, Anthony Grojean 17, Seth Gaines 3, Cody McCraw 12, Chad Hulvey 9, Travis Benfield 16. FG 27, FT 9-13, F 17 (3-pointers: Cowell 1, Gaines 1. Fouled out: none)

BERNIE (55) -- Rick Arnold 15, Zack Dill 28, Marcus Massey 4, Jessie McGowan 6. FG 18, FT 12-17, F 14 (3-pointers: Dill 2, Arnold 3. Fouled out: Arnold and McGowan)

JV: Woodland 44, Bernie 34

Oran 58, East Prairie 56

Oran picked up its first win of the season after trailing by 12 points at halftime against host East Prairie.

Garrett Roslen and Matt Seyer each had 13 points for Oran (1-3). Craig Friga had 12 and Trevor Irwin 10.

East Prairie's JV won 47-46.

Bloomfield 76, Kelly 69

Tim Perry poured in 36 points as Bloomfield (5-1) beat visiting Kelly.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

St. Vincent 42, Arcadia Valley 40

St. Vincent (2-5) rallied from a 28-14 halftime deficit to win on the road. Amanda Carron led the Squaws with 10 points.

St. Vincent4101018--42
Arcadia Valley131566--40

ST. VINCENT (42) -- Amanda Carron 10, Rachel Hadler 8, Sierra Paulus 8, Whitney Guth 7, Laura Gremaud 4, Joy Donze 2. FG 13, FT 14-20, F 18 (3-pointers: Hadler 2. Fouled out: Guth)

ARCADIA VALLEY (40) -- Adnerson 21, Adams 5, Benz 5, Lambert 4, Bennett 3, Williams 2. FG 16, FT 7-16, F 21 (3-pointers: Bennett 1. Fouled out: Franklin and Adams)

JV: Aracadia Valley 43-25

Woodland 60, East Prairie 24

Woodland held East Prairie to nine first-half points in a home win.

Courtney Glastetter led Woodland (3-2) with 22 points and Elisha Glastetter had 10.

East Prairie90411--24
Woodland 2419152--60

EAST PRAIRIE (24) -- Asia Tipler 13, Lacey Tatum 6, Michelle Redman 3, Samantha Nunn 2. FG 10, FT 2-4, F 13 (3-pointers: Tipler 1, Redman 1. Fouled out: none)

WOODLAND (60) -- Courtney Glastetter 22, Elisha Glastetter 10, Kandice Abner 9, Casey Brimmer 7, Sasha Hutson 6, Amanda Abner 6. FG 25, FT 9-17, F 10 (3-pointers: Brimmer. Fouled out: none)

JV: Woodland def. East Prairie

--From staff reports

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