Panthers use 3-point attack to sink Delta

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Derrick Wilfong and Tyler Welker delivered from downtown Wednesday.

The two players bombed a combined 10 3-pointers to lead the Meadow Heights boys basketball team to a 77-52 victory over Delta.

Wilfong finished with 28 points while Dustin Hubler added 19 for the Panthers (13-8).

Wilfong hit 6 of 7 from long range.

Shelby Kight led the Bobcats (1-16) with 17 points.

Meadow Hgts23112319—77

Delta12181210—52

MEADOW HEIGHTS (77) — Dustin Hubler 19, Derrick Wilfong 28, Adam Welker 2, Luke Nitsch 4, Ethan Mayfield 3, Zac Hotop 4, Tyler Welker 17. FG 28, FT 8-15, F 11. (3-pointers: Wilfong 6, T. Welker 4. Fouled out: None)

DELTA (52) — Teddy May 11, Zach Riegert 16, Cody Schremp 5, Shelby Kight 17, Greg Brawley 3. FG 19, FT 10-15, F 14. (3-pointers: May 2, Riegert 1, Brawley 1. Fouled out: Cody Naramore)

Notre Dame 70, Perryville 36

Austin Greer scored 20 points for the Bulldogs (16-8).

Tyson Brown led the Pirates with 12 points.

Notre Dame30181210—70

Perryville86715—36

NOTRE DAME (70) — Liam Maher 4, Taylor Essner 3, Alex Carroll 7, Chris McCoy 1, Alex Bader 9, John Unterreiner 6, Austin Greer 20, Tanner Hiett 3, Jacob Tolbert 10, Joseph Tolbert 5, Matt Helle 2. FG 23, FT 16-18, F 14. (3-pointers: Essner 1, Bader 3, Unterreiner 1, Hiett 1, Jacob Tolbert 1, Joseph Tolbert 1. Fouled out: None)

PERRYVILLE (36) — Andrew Martin 2, Jared Hotop 2, Aaron Grebing 2, Brent Roth 5, Jason Thieret 8, Wade Leible 2, Tyson Brown 12, Ross Moldenhauer 3. FG 10, FT 3-7, F 17. (3-pointers: Moldenhauer 1. Thieret 2. Fouled out: None)

Ste. Genevieve 67, St. Vincent 58

The host Indians dropped to 11-10 after falling behind early.

Kyle Rollet led the way with 22 points for St. Vincent. Aaron Dzik grabbed five rebounds in the loss.

Ste. Gen.17151421—67

St. Vincent11151319—58

STE. GENEVIEVE (67) — Kory Faulkner 30, Brock Meyer 11, Josh Meyer 9, Adam Roth 6, Jacob Kent 3, Keith Pfaff 2, Brandon Wesler 6. FG 26, FT 8-15, F 19. (3-pointers: Faulkner 3, Wesler 2, B. Meyer 1, J. Meyer 1. Fouled out: Roth)

ST. VINCENT (58) — Corey Sauer 3, Kyle Rollet 22, Aaron Dzik 7, Brock French 1, Matt Hotop 11, Justin Eggers 2, Dylan Geringer 6, Adam Winkler 6. FG 24, FT 8-17, F 13. (3-pointers: Sauer 1. Dzik 1. Fouled out: None)

JV — St. Vincent won 50-43.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Kelly 52, Charleston 50

The Hawks needed three overtimes to dispatch the host Blue Jays.

Debra Hall hit a pair of free throws with about 8 seconds left in the third overtime to seal the win for Kelly (18-3). She finished with 28 points.

Kelly's Kristen Powell hit a layup with about 5 seconds left in regulation to force overtime.

Kelly10491613—52

Charleston91113611—50

KELLY (52) — Katee Moore 6, Londyn Backfisch 2, Neely Tetley 4, Sam Fisher 5, Kristen Powell 7, Debra Hall 28. FG 20, FT 11-27, F 18. (3-pointers: None. Fouled out: None)

CHARLESTON (50) — Jerquawnda Sherrell 25, Cedrica Rodgers 7, Kasuela Cooper 11, Tariah Simpson 4, Lakesha Wilson 3. FG 21, FT 5-16, F 22. (3-pointers: Sherrell 1, Rodgers 1, Wilson 1. Fouled out: Chelsie Lane)

Central 73, Sikeston 19

Sadie Pittman finished with six steals to go with 13 points as the Tigers cruised on the road.

Machaela Durham pulled down seven rebounds for Central (9-12).

Central21222010—73

Sikeston4564—19

CENTRAL (73) — Wendi Zickfield 24, Machaela Durham 2, Meg Goodman 4, Farrah Malik 6, Ashley Carr 2, Sadie Pittman 13, Tynesha Ivy 6, Brittany Perkins 2, Chelsea Pannier 14. FG 36, FT 1-7, F8. (3-pointers: None. Fouled out: None)

SIKESTON (19) — Tyanne Townsend 8, Keyonna Blissett 2, Asia Liggins 1, Dionne Allen 2, Jerrica Taylor 2, Tanesha Pulley 4. FG 9, FT 1-4, F 6. (3-pointers: None. Fouled out: None)

JV — Central won.

Oakville 52, Jackson 43

Kaylen Knepp hit three 3-pointers, but it wasn't enough as the Indians fell on the road. She finished with 17 points.

A slow second quarter buried Jackson (11-12) in its final regular-season game.

Jackson1531411—43

Oakville1315915—52

JACKSON (43) — Chelsea Bartels 6, Ashten Howard 5, Kaylen Knepp 17, Whitney McNeely 3, Landon Wachter 7, Dru Haertling 5. FG 14, FT 9-19, F 22. (3-pointers: Haertling 1, Knepp 3, Bartels 1, McNeely 1. Fouled out: Howard)

OAKVILLE (52) — Andrea Boone 21, Leslie DeGonia 5, Lauren Fussell 1, Kelly Gallagher 6, Nakeva Glenn 4, Maggie Zehner 15. FG 18, FT 14-26, F 12. (3-pointers: Boone 2. Fouled out: None)

Perryville 63, Oran 27

The Pirates (15-7) outscored the Eagles 25-1 in the second quarter.

Ava Johnson paced the Pirates with 22 points, seven rebounds, six steals and four assists.

Alicia Kueker added eight points and eight assists in the win.

Kirstie Mangels led Oran (8-11) with 11 points.

Perryville1725129—63

Oran111114—27

PERRYVILLE (63) — Alicia Kueker 8, Ava Johnson 22, Makenzie Schirmer 8, Emily Hanquist 13, Natalie Bauwens 8, Samantha Amberger 2, Hilary Hemman 2. FG 24, FT 12-16, F 8. (3-pointers: Kueker 1, Johnson 2. Fouled: None)

ORAN (27) — Abbey Anderson 4, Claire Seyer 4, Kirstie Mangels 11, Natalee Glastetter 2, Taylor Irwin 2, Bethany Asmus 2, Haley Woodsin 2. FG 9, FT 8-12, F 17. (3-pointers: Mangels 1. Fouled out: Asmus)

Ste. Genevieve 61, Scott City 47

Katie Hogan poured in 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Rams.

Stephanie Essner and Ashley Brant both pulled down eight rebounds for Scott City (8-10).

Scott City1391213—47

Ste. Gen18121219—61

SCOTT CITY (47) — Stephanie Essner 13, Holli Shemonia 2, Katie Hogan 24, Melanie Lacey 1, Ashley Brant 7. FG 18, FT 6-10, F 17. (3-pointers: Essner 3, Hogan 2. Fouled out: Brant)

STE. GENEVIEVE (61) — Megan Schenck 5, Laura Rhodes 7, Lindsey Burgert 5, Holley Fox 23, Tisha Meyer 10, Rikki Ritter 9, Kortney Campbell 2. FG 23, FT 14-25, F 12. (3-pointers: Rhodes. Fouled out: None)

JV — Ste. Gen won 39-30.

— From staff reports

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