Perryville girls rout Crystal City

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Perryville outscored Crystal City 24-6 in the second quarter to help secure the 62-34 road win in girls basketball action Monday.

Ava Johnson scored 16 for the Pirates (15-4) to lead the way. Kendra Schilli chipped in 12, and Alicia Kueker netted 11 in the win.

Perryville1624148--62
Crystal City46177--34

Perryville (62) -- Alicia Kueker 11, Ava Johnson 16, Nicole Gremaud 3, Ashley Reid 5, Kendra Schilli 12, Alyssa Bauwens 9, Makenzie Schirmer 4, Emily Hanquist 2. FG 23, FT 13-16, F 11 (3-pointers: Kueker 1, Johnson 1, Gremaud 1)

Crystal City (34) -- Tana Vaughn 1, Rebeque LaFloure 2, Alex Perry 5, Molly DeBoor 2, Kayla Stephansky 2, Olivia Russell 13, Meghan Etling 7, Blair Douglas 2. FG 13, FT 3-8, F 13 (3-pointers: Russell 3)

JV -- Perryville won 48-41.

Delta 55, Meadow Heights 48

The Bobcats turned up the heat in the second half to earn the home victory.

Taylor Smith scored 15 points and Sarah Keys added 13 in the win.

"Smith and [Amanda] Seabaugh came off the bench and really sparked us," Delta coach Randy White said.

The Bobcats improved to 17-1.

Meadow Heights13101015--48
Delta12111517--55

Meadow Heights (48) -- Hattie Cook 6, Ashley Doublin 2, Amanda Hendrickson 14, Heather Dietiker 7, Chelsey Kite 19. FG 17, FT 9-16, F 15 (3-pointers: Cook 2, Dietiker 2, Kite 1)

Delta (55) -- Taylor Smith 15, Alison Burger 3, Amanda Seabaugh 6, Jodi Menz 9, Sara Blattel 4, Jessica Kidd 2, Sarah Keys 13, Brittni Deprow 3. FG 20, FT 12-19, F 15 (3-pointers: Smith 1, Seabaugh 1, Deprow 1. Fouled out: Menz)

JV -- Meadow Heights won 44-39.

St. Vincent 61, Grandview 26

The Indians jumped out to a first-quarter lead on the road and never looked back as they blew out Grandview for the win.

Balanced scoring was the name of the game for the Indians (13-5), as five players scored seven or more points. Courtney Besand's 16-point performance led the way.

St. Vincent13191316--61
Grandview6695--26

St. Vincent (61) -- Lacey Siegmund 8, Kelsey Cissell 9, Courtney Besand 16, Lindsey Wehmeyer 4, Brooke Brown 6, Elizabeth Rozier 7, Valeria Finger 2, Brianna Burroughs 1, Jessica Welker 8. FG 23, FT 12-22, F 8 (3-pointers: Welker 2, Rozier 1)

Grandview (26) -- Ashley Bequette 6, Heather Villmer 4, Jessica Moses 4, Nikki Freund 5, LePeche Matthews 7. FG 12, FT 2-4, F 21

JV -- St. Vincent won 36-14

Chaffee 46, Oran 42

The Red Devils put together a big fourth quarter to rally and grab the road victory.

Whitney Schlosser scored nearly half of Chaffee's points, pouring in 22.

Chaffee improved to 9-9.

Cheyenne King led the Eagles with 13 points.

Chaffee1115515--46
Oran129129--42

Chaffee (46) -- Kim Hester 6, Nicole Johnson 4, Tracy Martin 2, Madelyn Kiefer 7, Amber Kirk 6, Whitney Schlosser 22, Anna Ayers 2, Taylor Kirchdoerfer 3. FG 15, FT 12-22, F 12 (3-pointers: Kirk 2)

Oran (42) -- Cheyenne King 13, Callie Kielhofner 8, Ellen Sikes 9, Taylor Tenkhoff 2, Abbey Anderson 2, Kirstie Mangels 8. FG 19, FT 5-10, F 16 (3-pointers: Mangels 1)

Woodland 46, Clearwater 42

The Cardinals gutted out a close game at home.

The game was tied at halftime, 19-19, but Woodland outscored its opponent 27-23 in the second half to wrap it up.

Lauren Johnson had 17 points and Taylor Steckman netted 10 for Woodland.

Clearwater613716--42
Woodland910918--46

Clearwater (42) -- Payton 4, Adrian 15, Bell 3, Miller 12, Smith 4, Miller 4. FG 15, 12-16 FT, F 15 (Fouled Out: Adrian)

Woodland (46) -- Kaitlin McCormick 2, Kyla Choate 4, Taylor Steckman 10, Lacey Moore 6, Lauren Johnson 17, Kayla Acup 2, Becky Brannon 5. FG 17, FT 12-22, F 16 (Fouled out: Moore)

Kelly 60, Charleston 31

Debra Hall scored 25 points and Tara Johnson added 19 as the Hawks cruised to a home victory.

Kelly (13-5) led 28-20 at halftime and broke the game open with a 23-4 scoring advantage in the third quarter.

Charleston81247--31
Kelly1810239--60

Charleston (31) -- Jerquawnda Sherrell 5, Chelsie Lane 3, Taylor Duenne 8, Cedrica Rodgers 2, Jarrett 2, Raven Walker 4, Jasmine Spence 6, Brashears 1. FG 16, FT 5-25, F 18 (3-pointers: Duenne 2. Fouled out: none)

Kelly (60) -- Londyn Backfisch 6, Kayla Cissell 4, Tara Johnson 19, Samantha Fisher 4, Kristen Powell 1, Debra Hall 25. FG 23, FT 10-30, F 20 (3-pointers: Johnson 3. Fouled out: none)

GIRLS SWIMMINGNotre Dame 209, Jackson 145, Poplar Bluff 100, Saxony Lutheran 72

Brittany Menz, Abbie Messmer and Lauren Castleman all enjoyed two individual first-place finishes along with two relay first-place finishes to help the Bulldogs swim past the competition.

Team scores -- Notre Dame 209, Jackson 145, Poplar Bluff 100, Saxony Lutheran 72

200 medley relay -- 1. Notre Dame (Jenny Brant, Brittany Menz, Abbie Messmer, Lauren Castleman) 2:09.33; 2. Notre Dame 2:19.08; 3. Poplar Bluff 2:23.21

200 freestyle -- 1. Castleman, ND, 2:18.82; 2. Ava Andersson, ND, 2:23.65; 3. Casey Seabaugh, J, 2:38.30

200 individual medley -- 1. Sydney Stein, J, 2:35.49; 2. Jackie Bader, ND, 2:41.15; 3. Audrey Glover, ND, 2:43.91

50 freestyle -- 1. Menz, ND, 26.24; 2. Cailin McGinnis, J, 27.53; 3. Brant, ND, 29.99

Diving -- 1. Messmer, ND, 120.95

100 butterfly -- 1. Messmer, ND, 1:15.04; 2. Floyd, PB, 1:24.69; 3. Kayla Essner, ND, 1:26.85

100 freestyle -- 1. Castleman, ND, 1:00.03; 2. Rachel Henson, ND, 1:08.07

500 freestyle -- 1. Glover, ND, 6:20.75; 2. Kelsie Gaines, ND, 7:31.54; 3. Baker, PB, 8:50.60

200 freestyle relay -- 1. Jackson (McGinnis, Shay Loughary, Stein, Allison Hobbs) 1:55.76; 2. Notre Dame 2:01.00; 3. Saxony Lutheran 2:10.27

100 backstroke -- 1. McGinnis, J, 1:06.51; 2. Decker, PB, 1:14.46; 3. Madison Rau, SL, 1:16.33

100 breaststroke -- 1. Menz, ND, 1:18.96; 2. Stein, J, 1:24.31; 3. Katie Winter, SL, 1:29.66

400 freestyle relay -- 1. Notre Dame (Messmer, Brant, Castleman, Menz) 4:02.82; 2. Jackson 4:13.28; 3. Notre Dame 4:31.57

-- From staff reports

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