Charleston boys avenge loss to Jackson 63-49

Wednesday, February 4, 2004

Charleston's boys basketball team gained a measure of revenge Tuesday night by knocking off visiting Jackson 63-49.

The Blue Jays lost to the Indians in the semifinals of the Southeast Missourian Christmas Tournament. Charleston, the state's top-ranked Class 3 squad, improved to 17-1. Jackson fell to 17-4.

Ashton Farmer led the Blue Jays with 21 points. Joshua Strayhorn had 15 and Marcus Biles 10.

Tyler McNeely paced the Indians with 12 points. Jackson trailed 34-23 at halftime.

Jackson11121610--49
Charleston15191514--63

JACKSON (49) -- Ryan Mirly 2, Cody Cardwell 3, Tyler Beussink 2, Marc Lumsden 4, Tyler McNeely 12, Jack Puisis 9, Nick Fiehler 9 , Jason Schafer 8. FG 19, FT 6-12, F 18 (3-pointers: Cardwell 1, Puisis 3, Fiehler 1. Fouled out: none)

CHARLESTON (63) -- Ashton Farmer 21, Marcus Biles 10, Joshua Strayhorn 15, Trentez Lane 6, George Rigney 6, Jamarcus Williams 5. FG 26, FT 8-15, F 16 (3-pointers: Strayhorn 1, Rigney 2. Fouled out: Farmer)

JV: Charleston 68, Jackson 51

Scott City 77, Bell City 55Scott City used a big second half to turn an expected tight matchup between state-ranked teams into a rout.

The visiting Rams outscored the Cubs 40-16 over the final two quarters to wipe out a two-point halftime deficit. Scott City is ranked ninth in Class 3 and Bell City is ranked second in Class 1.

Mark Dannenmueller poured in 30 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Rams (15-3). Tyler Ward added 15 points, 12 rebounds and seven blocks.

Bell City (17-3) star Dominitrix Johnson was held to 14 points.

Scott City19181822--77
Bell City1821412--55

SCOTT CITY (77) -- Ryan Glastetter 4, Steve Sanford 5, Tyler Ward 15, Mark Dannenmueller 30, Jeremy Schlosser 12, Mark Johnston 8, Andy Beck 2. FG 20, FT 30-41, F 16 (3-pointers: Sanford 1, Schlosser 2, Dannenmueller 3. Fouled out: none)

BELL CITY (55) -- Dominitrix Johnson 14, Derek Pobst 2, Kerry Lasters 4, Randy Conn 6, Jeff Liggins 8, Zak McIntyre 2, Garrett McIntyre 2, Tyler Victor 10, Josh Gregory 2, Blaine Stewart 5. FG 20, FT 11-12, F 26 (3-pointers: Johnson 1, Conn 2, Stewart 1. Fouled out: Stewart)

JV: Scott City 54, Bell City 52

Delta 65, Woodland 59Delta rallied from a 35-28 halftime deficit to win on the road.

Zack Kelley led the Bobcats (13-5) with 18 points. Kevin Bartels had 13, Derek Helderman 12 and Brent Menz 10.

The Cardinals (9-9) got 23 points from Travis Benfield.

Delta15131819--65
Woodland15201212--59

DELTA (65) -- Kevin Bartels 13, Cody Crowden 9, Brent Menz 10, Daniel Cook 3, Derek Helderman 12, Zack Kelley 18. FG 22, FT 17-28, F 16 (3-pointers: Bartels 1, Crowden 2, Helderman 1. Fouled out: none)

WOODLAND (59) -- Brandon Cowell 4, Seth Gaines 2, Travis Benfield 23, Cody McCraw 11, Ben Martin 2, Chad Hulvey 13, Anthony Grojean 4. FG 23, FT 13-20, F 21 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Scott Crader)

JV: Delta def. Woodland

Scott County Central 68, Oran 19Scott County Central held Oran scoreless in the second quarter as the Braves blasted the host Eagles.

The Braves (10-10), who led 41-7 at halftime, got 25 points from Chris Pullen. Oran fell to 3-11.

Scott Co.17241116--68
Oran 7075--19

SCOTT COUNTY (68) -- Shawn Fisher 2, Chris Pullen 25, Andrew Pullen 10, Jeremy Johnson 10, Chris Monroe 9, Josh Boley 2, Daniel Holman 8, Isaac Porter 2. FG 30, FT 5-11, F 7 (3-pointers: Johnson 2, C. Pullen 1. Fouled out: none)

ORAN (19) -- Garrett Roslen 5, Matt Seyer 5, Craig Friga 4, Ryan Bouge 3, Jordan Mason 2. FG 8, FT 1-1, F 11 (3-pointers: Seyer 1, Bogue 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: Oran 68, Scott County Central 66

Bloomfield 70, Advance 60, OTAdvance lost a 12-point fourth-quarter lead and fell in overtime at home.

Tim Perry poured in 35 points for the Wildcats, who outscored the Hornets 14-4 in the fourth quarter and 15-5 in overtime.

James Masters led the Hornets (12-6) with 13 points.

Bloomfield1311171415--70
Advance13172145--60

BLOOMFIELD (70) -- Bridges 2, Stewart 4, Haley 3, Perry 35, E. Jones 2, Sandige 9, G. Jones 12, McCroy 3. FG 27, FT 11-15, F 20 (3-pointers: Haley 1, Perry 3, McCroy 1. Fouled out: none)

ADVANCE (60) -- Jeremy Limbaugh 5, Tyler Bowman 10, Daryl Wade 8, Drew Sherman 8, Ryland Dunivan 4, Dustin Kalinski 11, James Masters 13, Josh Bailey 1. FG 23, FT 11-25, F 18 (3-pointers: Limbaugh 1, Wade 1, Kalinski 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: Advance 50, Bloomfield 37

Leopold 72, Zalma 59Lucas Horrell netted 21 points, including six 3-pointers, as Leopold moved to 1-0 in round-robin play in the Mississippi Valley Conference Tournament at Oak Ridge.

Brandon Bueter added 17 points for the Wildcats (8-8).

David Hovis scored a game-high 22 points for Zalma, which fell to 0-2 in pool play.

Zalma1372217--59
Leopold20131920--72

ZALMA (59) -- Kyle Conley 7, David Hovis 22, Curt Wiseman 18, Tim Landing 12, Daniel Schrader 2. FG 23, FT 6-14, F 15 (3-pointers: Hovis 3, Wiseman 5. Fouled out: none)

LEOPOLD (72) -- Nathan Thiele 14, Lucas Horrell 21, Brandon Bueter 17, Anthony Seiler 12, Kelly Stause 9. FG 21, FT 15-21, F 13 (3-pointers: Thele 3, Horrell 6, Bueter 1, Sieler 2, Stause 1. Fouled out: none)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Perryville 73, Woodland 40Perryville outscored Woodland 20-3 in the second quarter on its way to a home victory.

April Lorenz led Perryville (13-5) with 22 points.

Courtney Glastetter paced Woodland with 19 points.

Woodland1231411--40
Perryville15202513--73

WOODLAND (40) -- Casey Brimmer 2, Sasha Hutson 6, Amanda Abner 3, Courtney Glastetter 19, Elisha Glastetter 8, Candice Abner 2. FG 17, FT 5-17, F 12 (3-pointers: A. Glastetter 1. Fouled out: none)

PERRYVILLE (73) -- Christina Schremp 4, Krista Miesner 16, Amber Hacker 5, Annette Weibrecht 10, April Lorenz 22, Becky Bachmann 1, Kate Lowry 12, Samantha Lankford 3. FG 27, FT 10-18, F 16 (3-pointers: Miesner 2, Hacker 1, Weibrecht 2, Lowry 4. Fouled out: none)

JV: Perryville 47, Woodland 11

Monday's late game

Jackson 63, Doniphan 46Jackson19121814--63
Doniphan12111112--46

JACKSON (63) -- Ashley Bartels 11, Abigail Weinrich 2, Linden Hahs 6, Kylie Werner 5, Katie Loos 13, Jennifer Ferrell 7, Loni Littlepage 6, Kelly Loos 1, Bobbie Jones 12. FG 22, FT 10-14, F 12 (3-pointers: Ka. Loos 3. Fouled out: none)

DONIPHAN (46) -- Milner 1, Rush 3, Crockett 7, Adams 8, Thomas 12, Cox 6, Davis 3, Pigg 6. FG 17, FT 7-7, F 14 (3-pointers: Rush 1, Crockett 1, Thomas 1, Davis 1. Fouled out: none)

WRESTLING

Farmington 45, Jackson 24In a season-ending matchup of state powerhouses, Farmington rolled past host Jackson.

The Knights, ranked first in Class 2, won the first seven matches and finished with a 9-0 dual record. The Indians, ranked seventh in Class 3, wound up 8-1.

Jackson's JV won its 124th straight dual match, romping 68-12.

103 -- Joey Newland (F) pin. Bobby Trowbridge, :24

112 -- Terry Ramirez (F) pin. Bryan Sladek, 3:12

119 -- Travis Krause (F) pin. Jake Scheper, :21

125 -- Doug Seers (F) dec. Sean Gant, 11-6

130 -- Michael Zaricor (F) maj. dec. Josh Schumacher, 15-2

135 -- Seth Robison (F) pin. Casey Alderson, :36

140 -- Marcus Hoehn (F) maj. dec. Ben Wachter, 15-4

145 -- Brock Howard (J) dec. Kevin King, 3-0

152 -- Cody Rouse (J) pin. Will Cook, 2:38

160 -- Kremer Rampley (J) pin. Seth Hennes, 1:07

171 -- Blake Ulrich (J) pin. Tyler Epstein, 1:49

189 -- Kamden Rampley (J) dec. Eric Ervin, 3-2, 2 OT

215 -- George Vinson (F) pin. Andy Glass, 3:17

HVY -- Nathan Spain (F) tech. pin. Cole Jansen, 17-2

Jackson JV winners: Luke Rayburn (103), Kevin Wallace (112), Russell Brown (125), Chris Kamp (130), Will Perry (140), Anthony Werner (145), Jordan Barnhart (152), Garrett Huck (160), Joel Penrod (171), Drew Lowes (189), Jeremy Loenneke (215), Ben Ward (HVY)

Central 58, NMCC 0Central rolled past visiting New Madrid County Central to finish 6-4 in dual matches for the program's first consecutive winning seasons since the early 1980s. The Tigers were 7-3 last year.

The Tigers won nine matches and received two forfeits. The other three weight classes resulted in double forfeits.

Central will compete in Saturday's Class 2, District 1 meet in Ste. Genevieve.

103 -- Double forfeit

112 -- Chris Griffith pin. Maywone Gates, 2:51

119 -- Matt Latham forfeit

125 -- Jonathan Poston maj. dec. Cole Burch, 18-10

130 -- Tyler Yeargain pin. Chase Wright, 2:27

135 -- Dan Coonce pin. Preston Elliott, 2:43

140 -- Josh Smoot forfeit

145 -- Garret New dec. Trey Sullinger, 9-7

152 -- Dominic Jamm pin. Jeremy Brooks, 1:22

160 -- Russell Smith dec. Dee Brown, 11-9, OT

171 -- John Moseby pin. Ryan Fowler, 2:43

189 -- Jason Poole pin. Demarcus Allison, 1:24

215 -- Double forfeit

HVY -- Double forfeit

Central JV winners: Aja Reutzel (119), Trae Huey (145)

BOYS SWIMMING

Parkway Central 121, Central 64Central wrapped up its dual meet schedule with a 3-10 record by losing on the road.

Central resultsMedley relay -- 2. Daniel Austin, Clay Tummins, Jason Mercer, Hunter Givens, 1:57.37

200 IM -- 3. Anton Heemskerk, 2:28.56

50 freestyle -- 2. Austin, 25.70

Diving -- 3. Sam Maguire, 87.80

100 butterly -- 3. Givens, 1:07.74

100 freestyle -- 3. Micah Wright, 1:05.10

500 freestyle -- 2. Maguire, 5:52.61; 3. Drew Kiel, 6:08.09

200 freestyle relay -- 2. Austin, Mercer, Givens, Heemskerk, 1:39.40

100 backstroke -- 3. Jake Meyer, 1:13.29

100 breaststroke -- 2. Kiel, 1:18.81

400 freestyle relay -- 2. Austin, Heemskerk, Kiel, Alex Heddle, 3:58.18

--From staff reports

Respond to this story

Posting a comment requires free registration: