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Woodland boys slip past Chaffee

Saturday, December 8, 2007

Three Woodland players scored in double figures as the Cardinals held off Chaffee for a 55-52 road victory Friday night in boys basketball action.

Adam Cureton and Jordan King each had 13 points for the Cardinals (3-2), while Kyle Reynolds added 11.

Woodland1881811--55
Chaffee12101417--52

Woodland (55) -- Josh Hahn 3, Timmy Abner 8, Adam Cureton 13, Kyle Reynolds 11, Devon James 3, Logan McCarty 4, Jordan King 13. FG 22. FT 8-15. Fouls 13 (3-pointers: Hahn 1, Abner 1, Cureton 1)

Chaffee (52) -- Josh Steger 4, Jerrod Steger 11, Taimen Taylor 7, Dylan McAlister 1, Adam Horton 9, Andy Hendrix 20. FG 21. FT 7-13. Fouls 14. (3-pointers: Hendrix 1, Jerrod Steger 2)

JV -- Woodland won 47-44 in OT.

Scott City 60, Oran 49

Scott City broke a 19-19 halftime deadlock and improved to 2-0 with the home victory.

Jay Simmons led the Rams with 23 points while Alex King recorded had 17 points and 14 rebounds.

Cody Romas and Kody Campbell each finished with 10 points for Oran.

Oran1514911--49
Scott City1362219--60

Oran (49) -- Klayton Kyle 7, Cody Dirnberger 6, Kurt Rendleman 2, Cody Romas 10, Tyler Beardslee 8, Kody Campbell 10, Jay Kluesner 3, Lance Dannenmueler 3. FG 18, FT 10-18, F 22 (3-pointers: Kyle, Romas. Fouled out: Campbell, Dirnberger)

Scott City (60) -- Jay Simmons 23, Shae Simmons 5, Caleb Estes 7, Ryan Modglin 8, Alex King 17. FG 18, FT 21-33, F 17 (3-pointers: J. Simmons 2, Shae Simmons. Fouled out: none)

Kelly 52, St. Vincent 47

Josh DeBrock dumped in 21 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, as the host Hawks knocked off the Indians in St. Vincent's season opener.

Josh Rollet led St. Vincent with 20 points and added eight rebounds.

Justin L'Hote and Kyle Rollet each grabbed nine rebounds, while Aaron Dzik had six assists in the loss.

St. Vincent6161411--47
Kelly1514914--52

Kelly (52) -- Omar Campos 3, Chris Cooper 8, Josh DeBrock 21, Zach Essner 2, Bryce Faulkner 2, Levi Felter 10, Eric Turley 6. FG 20. FT 8-11. Fouls 13. (3-pointers: DeBrock 2, Cooper 1, Campos 1. Fouled out: none)

St. Vincent (47) --

Justin L'Hote 10, Josh Rollet 20, Matt Abbott 7, Kyle Rollet 7, Shawn Renner 3. FG 20. FT 6-10. Fouls 12. (3-pointers: Renner 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Kelly won 32-17

Eagle Ridge 69, Providence 38

Ben Douglass scored 25 points as Eagle Ridge eased to a home victory.

Scott Edgar added 15 points for the Eagles.

Providence94914--38
Eagle Ridge19221513--69

Providence (38) -- Grant Shaffer 17, Kevin Hayes 4, Cameron Stoner 6, Trey Adams 2, Dan Waggonmaker 2, Brandon Shwer 5, Keaton Adams 2. FG 17, FT 4-7, F 12 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

Eagle Ridge (69) -- Ben Douglass 25, Daniel Cohen 6, Scott Edgar 15, Sam Riehn 4, Josh Wiseman 9, Sam Davis, Josh Carbaugh 4. FG 30, FT 8-16, F 7 (3-pointers: Wiseman. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Eagle Ridge won 54-35

Saxony Lutheran 42, Oak Ridge 36

Saxony Lutheran trailed by one point at halftime, but the Crusaders held a 22-15 scoring advantage over the final 16 minutes to win at home.

Ben Courtois and Austin Kwikkel paced the Crusaders (4-1) with 12 points apiece.

Dustin Meyr netted 14 points for Oak Ridge, which also received 11 points from Brett Thomas.

Oak Ridge101178--36
Saxony515139--42

Oak Ridge (36) -- Dillon Abbott 6, Dustin Meyr 14, Garrett Light 3, Brett Thomas 11, Logan Mangels 1. FG 15, FT 5-12, F 18 (3-pointers: Thomas 1. Fouled out: Thomas)

Saxony Lutheran (42) -- Zach Bohnert 4, Bret Steffens 9, Max Wieser 5, Ben Courtois 12, Austin Kwikkel 12. FG 12, FT 18-26, F 15 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Saxony Lutheran won 44-20.

Girls BasketballMeadow Heights 55, Kingston 36

Meadow Heights grabbed an 11-point lead by halftime and never looked back as it defeated Kingston on the road.

Heather Dietiker poured in 16 points, including four 3-pointers to lead the Panthers (2-2).

Meadow Heights 14121217--55
Kingston691110--36

Meadow Heights -- Deanna Cureton 1, Ashley Doublin 9, Amanda Hendrickson 6, Mica Morse 2, Heather Dietiker 16, Daniellle Welker 2, Sahra Mills 2, Jillian Mills 6, Chelsey Kite 11. FG 22. FT 5-15. Fouls 15 (3-pointers: Dublin 1, Dietiker 4, Kite 1)

Kingston -- Missy 7, Guff 2, Pinson 2, Emily 2, Brown 11, Hobson 6, Govero 6. FG 13. FT 10-16. Fouls 16

JV -- Meadow Heights won 30-18

West County 58, Woodland 44

Woodland fell behind by double digits in the first quarter and couldn't claw its way back, suffering a loss at home to West County.

Taylor Steckman paced the Cardinals (0-3) with 12 points, Lacey Moore had 11 and Lauren Johnson added 10. The loss dropped the Cardinals to 0-3.

West County228179-- 58
Woodland1210913--44

West County -- Kayla Harrison 22, Andrea Blare 7, Courtney Bone 9, Chelsea Kelly 11, Amanda Apple 2, Lashley 1, Adams 6. FG 18. FT 15-20. Fouls 22 (3-pointers: Blare 1, Bone 1. Fouled out: Harrison)

Woodland -- Kyle Choate 1, Taylor Steckman 12, Kaitlin McCormack 3, Lacey Moore 11, Lauren Johnson 10, Becky Brannon 7. FG 18. FT 7-20. Fouls 24 (3-pointers: Steckman 1. Fouled out: Johnson, Brannon)

JV -- Woodland won 28-14

-- From staff reports


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