Central rallies past Sikeston

Saturday, February 14, 2004

Ryan Delph scored 15 points in the final quarter and the Central boys basketball team came from behind to defeat Sikeston 62-58 Friday night at home.

Central (17-6)trailed by two points entering the fourth quarter and used a couple of key steals by Tyrone Reece to reclaim the lead. Reece had a career-high 15 points in the game, 10 of those in the sceond period.

Delph led Central (17-6) with 26.

Central 62, Sikeston 58Sikeston15121516--58
Central9201122--62

SIKESTON (58) -- Marcus McCaster 17, Rod Moore 4, Kash Bratcher 9, Joe Lincoln 9, Drew Cole 5, Matt Limbaugh 2, Trey Spence 10, Fred Williams 2. FG 14, FT 6-9, F 24 (3-pointers: McCaster 4, Bratcher 2, Lincoln 1, Cole 1. Fouled out: Lincoln)

CENTRAL (62) -- Eli Harris 5, Jake Knepp 5, Tyrone Reece 15, Ryan Delph 26, Garrett Ozbun 3, Todd Obergoenner 8. FG 13, FT 27-36, F 13 (3-pointers: Harris 1, Reece 2. Fouled out: none)

Poplar Bluff 79, Notre Dame 50

Tyler Hansbrough scored 22 points, and Poplar Bluff routed host Notre Dame.

Bryce Willen led the Bulldogs (4-19) with 16 points.

Poplar Bluff 18 28 24 9 -- 79
Notre Dame 10 14 11 15 -- 50

POPLAR BLUFF (79) -- Chronister 13, Brown 9, Whelan 8, Gilberto 16, B Hansbrough 5, Yandell 4, Tinsley 2, T Hansbrough 22. FG 34, FT 6-11 (3-pointers: B. Hansbrough 1, Brown 1, Chronister 1, Gilberto 2. (Fouled out: none)

NOTRE DAME (50) -- Ellis 4, Klein 4, Brinkmeyer 8, Unterreiner 3, Ressel 9, Willen 16, Fisher 6. FG 20, FT 7-10 (3-pointers: Brinkmeyer 2, Willen 1. Fouled out: none)

Chaffee 50, Oak Ridge 38

Host Chaffee notched its first victory of the season by avenging an earlier loss to Oak Ridge.

Brandon Davis led the Red Devils (1-16) with 19 points. For Oak Ridge, Austin Morrison scored 14 points and Austin Hahs added 10.

Oak Ridge117812--38
Chaffee10131314--50

OAK RIDGE (38) -- Tyler Myers 2, Jared Schoen 3, Brian Ruesler 4, Austin Morrison 14, Terru Bogenpohl 1, Ben Hahs 4, Austin Hahs 10. FG 17, FT 2-7, F 17 (3-pointers: Schoen 1, Morrison 1. Fouled out: Morrison)

CHAFFEE (50) -- Brad Urhahn 6, Brandon Davis 19, Richard Hinkebein 4, Cory Slinkard 4, Tyler Graham 9, Bret Whitaker 8. FG 22, FT 5-11, F 13 (3-pointers: Davis 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: Chaffee 53, Oak Ridge 47

Leopold 47, Saxony 45

Michael Vandeven hit two free throws in the final seconds, and Leopold defeated Saxony Lutheran on the road.

Brandon Bueter led Leopold (10-10) with 17 points. Lucas Horrell added 15.

Casey Petzoldt led Saxony (14-4) with 23.

Leopold13101212--47
Saxony Lutheran10101312--45

LEOPOLD (47) -- Michael Vandeven 4, Nathan Thele 5, Lucas Horrell 15, Brandon Bueter 17, A.J. Seiler 6. FG 9, FT 5-8, F 6 (3-pointers: Thiele 1, Horrell 3, Bueter 2, Seiler 2. Fouled out: none)

SAXONY LUTHERAN (45) -- Lauren Lueders 2, Trey Maevers 7, Casey Petzoldt 23, John Volkerding 5, Tim Lorenz 8. FG 14, FT 5-7, F 9 (3-pointers: Maevers 1, Petzoldt 2, Volkerding 1. Fouled out: none)

De Soto 57, St. Vincent 38

St. Vincent trailed powerhouse De Soto by just six points at halftime but the visiting Dragons (21-2) pulled away for a win.

Alex Armbruster led the Indians (9-8) with 15 points. Danny Rellergert and Jacob DeWilde both had 10.

De Soto12131319--57
St. Vincent109811--38

DE SOTO (57) -- Josh McCullough 19, Anthony Thebeau 19, Tony Boyle 13, Pat Henry 3, Nathan Clark 2, Bo Pratt 1. FG 23, FT 8-13, F 17 (3-pointers: McCullough 3. Fouled out: none)

ST. VINCENT (38) -- Alex Armbruster 15, Danny Rellergert 10, Jacob DeWilde 10, Pat Siegmund 2, Scott Prost 1. FG 11, FT 14-19, F 18 (3-pointers: Armbruster 1, Rellergert 1. Fouled out: Rellergert)

JV: St. Vincent 45, De Soto 39

Grandview 63, Perryville 62, OT

Perryville could not overcome 32 points by Grandview's Mitchell Wood as the Pirates fell in overtime at home.

The Pirates (5-16) were led by Jared Obendorfer with 13 points. Nick Hayden and Chad Stelling both had 12.

Grandview811201113--63
Perryville623111012--62

GRANDVIEW (63) -- Nausley 5, Logsden 13, Leggins 6, Null 7, Wood 32. FG 24, FT 7-9, F 17 (3-pointers: Nausley 1, Logsden 1, Leggins 1, Wood 5. Fouled out: none)

PERRYVILLE (62) -- Jared Obendorfer 13, Nick Hayden 12, Phillip Buerck 7, Andrew Norman 11, Chad Stelling 12, Andrew Bachman 7. FG 17, FT 19-25, F 9 (3-pointers: Obendorfer 3, Hayden 2, Buerck 1, Norman 3. Fouled out: none)

JV: Perryville 44, Grandview 35

Advance 67, Delta 50

Advance had four scorers in double figures and defeated Delta at home.

Jeremy Limbaugh led the Hornets (13-8) with 18 points. Drew Sherman had 16, James Masters 15 and Tyler Bowman 12.

Brent Menz led Delta (14-7) with 20 points.

Delta1581710--50
Advance14152414--67

DELTA (50) -- Derek Helderman 5, Cody Crowden 9, Brent Menz 20, Daniel Cook 4, Zack Kelley 9, Terrance Below 2, Dustin Anglin 1. FG 12, FT 11-16, F 16 (3-pointers: Menz 4, Crowden 1. Fouled out: Kelley)

ADVANCE (67) -- Jeremy Limbaugh 18, Tyler Bowman 12, Drew Sherman 16, Dustin Kallinski 6, James Masters 15. FG 21, FT 10-15, F 17 (3-pointers: Sherman 2, Bowman 2, Limbaugh 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: Advance 59, Delta 55

Bell City 71, Risco 45

Dominitrix Johnson scored 28 points and Bell City cruised on the road.

Bell City19 25 18 9 -- 71
Risco12 11 14 8 -- 45

BELL CITY (71) - Dominitrix Johnson 28, Tyler Victor 9, Zak McIntyre 8, Randy Conn 7, Gabe McIntyre 6, Derek Pobst 5, Jeff Liggins 4, Kyle Robinette 4.

24, FT 14-17, F 19. (3-pointers: Z. McIntyre 2, Conn 1. Fouled out: none).

RISCO (45) - Kyle Carlisle 13, Andrew Halford 9, Dustin Patterson 9, Ben Earnheart 6, Darren Martin 5, Keith Carlisle 2, Tyler Meadows 1. FG 16, FT 13-23, F 17. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none).

Marquand 78, Meadow Heights 63

Josh King exploded for 32 points as visiting Marquand (8-12) topped Meadow Heights (10-9).

For the Panthers, Anthony Bollinger had 13 points and Terry Wagner 12.

Marquand17232216--78
Meadow Heights16151616--63

MARQUAND (78) -- Josh King 32, Keith Proctor 16, Adam Statler 13, Jay Francis 10, Levi Lakies 6, Chris Vroman 1. FG 28, FT 17-25, F 11 (3-pointers: King 3, Francis 2. Fouled out: none)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (63) -- Anthony Bollinger 13, Terry Wagner 12, Michael Collier 8, Brian Thompson 8, Heath Fulton 8, Evan Kamp 6, Nathan Revelle 6, Brian Miinch 2. FG 20, FT 11-18, F 18 (3-pointers: Wagner 4, Bollinger 3, Collier 2, Revelle 2, Fulton 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: Meadow Heights 62, Marquand 1

Scott County Central 93, Hayti 76

Scott County Central scored 49 points in the second half and cruised past Hayti at home.

Chris Pullen led Scott Central (11-11) with 26 points. Josh Boley had 15, Jeremy Johnson and Andrew Pullen each scored 13 and Daniel Holman added 12.

Hayti25161718--76
Scott Co.19252623--93

HAYTI (76) -- Charles Lloyd 2, Berenger 9, Moore 16, McCrary 1, Jackson 19, Robinson 4, A. Robinson 23, Gilmore 2. FG 21, FT 11-17, F 26 (3-pointers: Berenger 2, Moore 2, Jackson 3. Fouled out: Berenger, D. Robinson, Lloyd)

SCOTT COUNTY (93) -- Chris Pullen 26, Andrew Pullen 13, Chris Monroe 8, Jeremy Johnson 13, Daniel Holman 12, Josh Boley 15, Issac Porter 2. FG 32, FT 17-23, F 17 (3-pointers: Boley 2, Johnson 1, A Pullen 1. Fouled out: Holman)

JV: Hayti 85, Scott County Central 83

Woodland 62, Zalma 32

Woodland took the lead early and extended it in the second half to cruise past Zalma on the road.

Cody McCraw led eight scorers for Woodland (11-9) with 19 points.

Woodland10201715--62
Zalma58910--32

WOODLAND (62) -- Brandon Cowell 8, Ben Martin 6, Anthony Grojean 5, Scott Crader 1, Seth Gaines 6, Cody McCraw 19, Zach Winchester 9, Travis Benfield 8. FG 18, FT 15-20, F 21 (3-pointers: McCraw 3, Gaines 1. Fouled out: Cowell)

ZALMA (32) -- Garrett Garner 3, Kyle Conley 2, Trevin Kaylor 1, David Hovis 7, Curt Weisman 13, Tim Landy 2, Daniel Goolsby 2. FG 6, FT 12-22, F 17 (3-pointers: Weisman 2. Fouled out: Conley, Hovis)

New Salem Baptist 56, Peoples Christian 50

New Salem Baptist won on the road against Peoples Christian.

John Davault led New Salem (19-7) with 19 points.

New Salem13131515--56
Peoples1222016--50

NEW SALEM (56) -- John Davault 19, David Green 11, Josiah Davault 6, Andrew Conway 2, Boone Gaines 16, Brett Jones 2. FG 19, FT 14-27, F 15 (3-pointers: Jo. Davault 1, Green 2, Gaines 1. Fouled out: none)

PEOPLES (50) -- Davin Roberts 19, Josh Martin 14, Jeremy Ethery 8, Samuel Ethery 4, Paul Spradley 2, Kyle Tilley 3. FG 19, FT 5-10, F 19 (3-pointers: Roberts 4, Martin 4. Fouled out: Martin, Tilley)

JV: Peoples 36, New Salem 30

Jackson 48, New Madrid County Central 45NMCC12101013--45
Jackson171858--48

NMCC (45) -- Edgar Givens 16, Eugene Cooper 8, Malcom Long 9, Joseph Howell 4, Bryan Williams 2, Laterrance Newsom 4, Brandon Waters 2. FG 18, FT 9-11, F 15 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

JACKSON (48) -- Jason Schafer 18, Jack Puisis 10, Tyler McNeely 10, Nick Fiehler 4, Brad Eaton 2, Marc Lumsden 2, Tyler Beussink 2. FG 19, FT 7-10, F 11 (3-pointers: Schafer 2, McNeely 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: NMCC 43, Jackson 42

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Perryville 81, Grandview 27

April Lorenz poured in 29 points as Perryville romped at home.

The Pirates (16-5, 8-1) also got 14 points from Samantha Lankford.

Grandview11439--27
Perryville21202614--81

GRANDVIEW (27) -- Katie Fielder 6, Courtney Dugan 5, C.C. Liberton 5, Amy Wegeschider 3, Jessica Hikenkamp 6, Ashley Strouser 2. FG 12, FT 2-3, F 20 (3-pointers: Dugan 1. Fouled out: Liberton)

PERRYVILLE (81) -- Christina Schremp 6, Krista Miesner 13, Amber Hacker 5, Annette Weibrecht 13, April Lorenz 29, Danielle Hagan 1, Samanatha Lankford 14. FG 31, FT 14-24, F 8 (3-pointers: Miesner 1, Hacker 1, Lorenz 2, Lankford 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: Perryville 47, Grandview 9

New Salem Baptist 45, Peoples Christian 34

New Salem Baptist of Marble Hill picked up a road win against Peoples Christian of Arnold.

Laura Poole paced New Salem (16-10) with 18 points and 12 rebounds.

New Salem129717--45
Peoples85119--34

NEW SALEM (45) -- Sarah Green 9, Holly Jordan 6, Mackenzie Jones 12, Laura Poole 18. FG 17, FT 11-23, F 8 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

PEOPLES (34) -- Amanda Whelehon 11, Maggi Lovig 13, Molli Lovig 5, Kandi Marsala 4. FG 14, FT 1-6, F 18 (3-pointers: Whelehon 1, Ma. Lovig 3. Fouled out: Marsala)--From staff reports

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