Central boys rally for win

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

The Central boys basketball team staged a fourth-quarter rally Tuesday night to notch its ninth victory of the season.

Central outscored visiting Francis Howell North 25-16 in the final period to prevail 60-59.

Shane Nolen led the Tigers (9-7) with 17 points. Jajuan Bell added 14 points.

Central 60, Howell North 59

Howell North18101516--59
Central1781025--60

HOWELL NORTH (59) -- Matt Clohessy 13, Zach Simme 4, Chris Kopf 8, Kyle Jeppesen 14, Josh Kane 7, Aden Trimpe 11, Ilya Sapikov 2. FG 23, FT 6-10, F 9 (3-pointers: Clohessy 3, Jeppesen 4. Fouled out: none)

CENTRAL (60) -- Jajuan Bell 14, Anthony Watts 8, Chase Johnson 9, Shane Nolen 17, Zach Boerboom 2, Garrett Pannier 10. FG 24, FT 0-0, F 14 (3-pointers: Bell 4, Watts 2, Johnson 1, Nolen 3, Pannier 2. Fouled out: none)

Jackson 73, Woodland 33

Jackson got off to a fast start and rolled past visiting Woodland.

The Indians (11-5) were led by Spencer Goodman with 19 points. Jake Leet added 14 points.

Josh Hahn paced Woodland with 11 points.

Woodland9987--33
Jackson2324188--73

WOODLAND (33) -- Joe Layton 3, Timmy Abner 3, Caleb Lee 4, Kyle Reynolds 9, Josh Freeman 2, Devon James 1, Josh Hahn 11. FG 9, FT6-8, F 10 (3-pointers: Hahn, Abner. Fouled out: none)

JACKSON (73) -- Marcus Harris 4, Josh Gwin 4, Spencer Goodman 19, Matt Lang 2, Jake Leet 18, Aaron Floyd 7, Hunter Grantham 10, Antonio Garritano 9. FG 26, FT 3-9, F 16 (3-pointers: Goodman 2, Leet 4. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Jackson won.

Scott City 68, Delta 34

Scott City pulled away from a 7-7 tie after one quarter to pound visiting Delta.

Ten players scored for the Rams (9-2), led by Caleb Estes with 13 points. Jake Campbell added 11.

Chase Rhodes paced Delta with 16 points. Tyler Martin had 10.

Delta77119--34
Scott City7192616--68

DELTA (34) -- Jason Stevens 2, Tyler Martin 10, Alex Parks 2, Chase Rhodes 16, Gage Bowers 4. FG 13, FT 4-11, F 15 (3-pointers: Martin 2, Rhodes 2. Fouled out: none)

SCOTT CITY (68) -- John Pinkston 7, Jay Simmons 8, Shae Simmons 2, Derek Goodin 2, Caleb Estes 13, Brennan Uelsmann 6, Derek Laxton 3, Cody Page 7, Jake Campbell 11, Alex King 9. FG 24, FT 10-17, F 11 (3-pointers: J. Simmons 2, Estes 1, Laxton 1, Page 1, Campbell 3. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Delta won 50-44.

Bell City 69, Puxico 62, OT

Bell City outscored Puxico 12-5 in overtime to squeeze out a road victory. Nick Niemczyk led the Cubs (11-2) with 25 points. Ethan Watkins had 22 and hit five 3-pointers.

Bell City1714111512--69
Puxico151114175--62

BELL CITY (69) -- Ethan Watkins 22, Nick Niemczyk 25, Phillip Gross 9, Marty Dames 10, Austin Bush3. FG 24, FT 13-18, F 21 (3-pointers: Watkins 5, Niemczyk 2, Bush 1. Fouled out: Gross)

PUXICO (62) -- Hahn 16, Smith 14, Allison 12, McClure 5, Crane 15. FG 18, FT 21-28, F 17 (3-pointers: Hahn 3, Allison 1, McClure 1. Fouled out: Allison)

JV -- Bell City won 57-35.

Leopold 57, Oak Ridge 45

Leopold trailed by four points heading into the final quarter but used a 21-5 advantage to pull away from visiting Oak Ridge.

Darren VanGennip led the Wildcats (7-4) with 21 points.

Brett Thomas scored 15 points for Oak Ridge.

Oak Ridge715185--45
Leopold7151421--57

OAK RIDGE (45) -- Dillon Abbott 5, Kaz Lange 4, Dustin Meyr 2, Logan Mangels 7, Garrett Light 12, Brett Thomas 15. FG 10, FT 16-28, F 20 (3-pointers: Lange, Abbott, Mangels. Fouled out: Lange.)

LEOPOLD (57) -- Dustin Thiele 9, Cody Van De Ven 8, Wade Wiseman 3, Trent Vandeven, Darren VanGennip 21, Larry Nussbaum 9, Clayton Stoverink 5, Jordan Jansen 2. FG 18, FT 12-20, F 18 (3-pointers: Van De Ven, Wiseman, VanGennip. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Leopold won 66-15.

St. Vincent 51,Herculaneum 47

Josh Rollet netted a game-high 23 points to power St. Vincent to a road victory.

The Indians improved to 5-6 overall and 1-1 in the Jefferson County Conference.

St. Vincent1412718--51
Herculaneum168149--47

ST. VINCENT (51) -- Josh Rollet 23, Justin L'Hote 8, Kyle Rollet 8, Matt Abbott 5, Shawn Renner 5, Aaron Dzik 2. FG 15, FT 20-27x, F 12 (3-pointers: renner 1. Fouled out: none)

HERCULANEUM (47) -- Thomas Plager 14, Justin Ramsey 11, Drew Achter 8, Mike Martinez 7, Tyler Rulo 3, Jason Washburn 2, Gary Davis 2. FG 18, FT 10-14, F 23 (3-pointers: Ramsey 1. Fouled out: Washburn)

JV -- Herculanuem won 52-34.

Freshman -- St. Vincent won 39-25.

Eagle Ridge 45, St. Louis Christian 32

Eagle Ridge jumped out to a 29-12 halftime lead and prevailed over St. Louis Christian.

Ben Douglas poured in 30 points for Eagle Ridge.

St. Louis75146--32
Eagle Ridge121779--45

Eagle Ridge (45) -- Ben Douglas 30, Daniel Cohen 2, Josh Wiseman 4, Sam Davis 5, Josh Carbaugh 3, Steven Cohen 1. FG 16, FT 11-23, F 14 (3-pointers: Douglas, Davis. Fouled out: none)

St. Louis (32) -- Miles Criss 10, Cecil Coats 2, Anthony Channel 2, Travis Green 2, Adrianne Sutherland 2, Kamron Gray 1, Jade Llewllyn 8, Earl Catchings 1, Zach Green 4. FG 15, FT 2-11, F 22 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Criss)

GIRLS BASKETBALLNew Salem 47, Christian Outreach 14

Kelsey Barlow scored 23 points as New Salem Baptist improved to 12-0.

New Salem176176--47
Christian Outreach4622--14

New Salem (47) -- Kelsey Barlow 23, Kelsey Cook 12, Leah Jones 6, Haley Moyers 6. FG 25, FT 1-8, F 6 (3-pointers: Barlow. Fouled out: none)

Christian Outreach (14) -- Kiraente 2, Kennedy 4, Heibresa 4, Taytlen 4. FG 7, FT 0-2, F 15 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Kiraente)

WRESTLINGJackson 54, Oakville 9

Jackson improved to 6-0 in duals with a home rout. The Indians won all but three matches.

103 -- Levi Rayburn (J) forfeit

112 -- Clay Rouse (J) forfeit

119 -- Josh Scott (J) forfeit

125 -- Doug Froemsdorf (J) pin Nick Wood, 2:35

130 -- Nick Savage (O) dec. Chris Hurst, 8-4

135 -- Perry Hazelwood (J) dec. Brian Weathers, 8-4

140 -- Blake Hoe (J) maj dec. Jason Januska, 13-2

145 -- Jamie Schumacher (J) tech. fall John Thomas, 3:47

152 -- Luke Vogel (O) dec. Justin Miller, 2-1

160 -- Brian Leicht (O) dec. Ryan Marble, 2-1, OT

171 -- Michael Riney (J) pin Joel Wacker, 2:59

189 -- DeMarcus Huddleston (J) dec Lucas Miller 7-2

215 -- Blake Peiffer (J) forfeit

HWT -- Jacob Bullinger (J) dec. Deandre Ellis, 7-1

JV: Jackson won 57-14

JV Winners: Jordan Risenbichler, Mitchell Hazelwood, Ryan Delph, Levi Hobeck, Austin Gonzaque, Adam Kirchdorfer, Scott Kinder, Mitchell Montgomery, Justin Darnell, Wes Dillard

GIRLS SWIMMINGNotre Dame 119,Principia 63

Notre Dame captured first in all but two events as the Bulldogs rolled past host Principia.

Lauren Castleman led the Bulldogs with first-place finishes in the 50 freestyle and 100 breaststroke, and aided the victorious 200-medley and 400-freestyle relay teams.

Brittany Menz also collected four first-place finishes for Notre Dame.

Notre Dame results

200 medley relay -- 1. 2:11.66 (Jenny Brant, Audrey Glover, Brittany Menz, Lauren Castleman)

200 freestyle -- 1. Jackie Bader, 2:23.64; 2. Rachel Henson, 2:31.68

200 IM -- 1. Menz, 2:28.84; 2. Ava Andersson, 2:49.07

50 freestly -- 1. Castleman, 26.70; 2. Glover, 31.17

100 butterfly -- 2. Henson, 1:30.82

100 freestyle -- 1. Brant, 1:05.00; 2. Bader, 1:05.42

500 freestyle -- 1. Andersson, 6:33.58; 2. Abbie Messmer, 6:48.69

200 freestyle relay -- 1. 1:58.77 (Menz, Castleman, Glover, Bader)

100 backstroke -- 1. Menz, 1:12.37; 2. Brant, 1:15.85

100 breaststroke -- 1. Castleman, 1:23.18

400 freestyle relay -- 1. 4:39.46 (Andersson, Bader, Messmer, Brant)

Central 130, St. Vincent 92, Saxony 48

Central won all but three events in a home tri-meet.

Jessica Baker, Annie Wolpers and Sydney Ozbun all had two first-place finishes for Central.

Central results

200 medley relay -- 1. 2:15.90 (Annie Wolpers, Jessica Baker, Emily Spriggs, Mary Ford)

200 freestyle -- 1. Jessica Baker, 2:18.68

50 freestyle -- 1. Wolpers, 28.22; 2. Lilli Robinson, 31,67

Diving -- 1. Brittney Thomas, 165.90; 2. Tara Volersong, 161.90

100 Butterfly -- 1. Betty Buhs, 1:32.84; 3. Jerrica Moore, 1:44.51

100 freestyle -- 1. Abby Perdue, 1:10.06

500 freestyle -- 1. Sydney Ozbun, 7:21.67; 2. Tara Pickens, 7:28.54

200 freestyle realy -- 2. 2:07.68 (Robinson, Amity Downing, Rita Walter, Abby Perdue)

100 backstroke -- 2. Kelly Ennis, 1:19.24

100 breaststroke -- 3. Robinson, 1:32.55

400 freestyle relay -- 1. 4:33.25 (Ozbun, Ford, Perdue, Spriggs); 2. 4:48.66 (Pickens Ennis, Wolpers, Robinson)

-- From staff reports

-- From staff reports

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