Kelly boys win opener at Oran tourney

Wednesday, December 1, 2004

Fourth-seeded Kelly opened its season with an 80-62 victory against No. 5 Scott County Central on Tuesday night in the first round of the Oran Invitational Tournament.

Brothers Kent and Kendal Deason teamed up for more than half of the Hawks' points. Kent Deason had 24 points, while Kendal added 20. Michael Glastetter scored 14 points for Kelly (1-0).

Avis White scored 22 points for Scott County Central (0-1), and Jeremy Johnson had 15.

Kelly will take on Scott City Thursday night in the semifinal round.

Bell City, seeded third, rebounded from a first-round upset loss to East Prairie by pounding seventh-seeded Oran 74-38.

A.J. Henry led all scorers with 18 points, while Blaine Stewart had 14 and Jeff Liggins had 12 for the Cubs (1-1).

Chase Seyer paced the Eagles (0-2) with 12 points.

KELLY 80, SCOTT COUNTY CENTRAL 62

SCC828620--62
Kelly18162323--80

SCOTT COUNTY (62) -- Andrew Pullen 6, Avis White 22, Josh Boley 5, Isaac Porter 2, Ray Rodgers 7, Pershard Owens 7, Jeremy Johnson 15. FG 25, FT 7-13, F 21 (3-pointers: White 2, Boley 1, Rodgers 1, Owens 1. Fouled out: Rodgers)

KELLY (80) -- Stephen Strobel 2, Kendal Deason 20, Derek Felter 6, Jordan Felter 4, Kent Deason 24, Brandon Ayers 2, Clay Mothershead 6, Michael Glastetter 14, Jacob Glastetter 2. FG 31, FT 13-25, F 17 (3-pointers: Kendal Deason 3, Kent Deason 1, M. Glastetter 1. Fouled out: none)

BELLCITY74, ORAN 38

Oran121295--38
Bell City2319257--74

ORAN (38) -- Chase Seyer 12, Clayton Scherer 8, T. Lange 7, Chris Asmus 6, Travis Randolph 2, Ryan Bouge 2, Paul Bucher 1. FG 11, FT 12-25, F 17 (3-pointers: Scherer 2, Asmus 2. Fouled out: none)

BELL CITY (74) -- A.J. Henry 18, Blaine Stewart 14, Jeff Liggins 12, D.D. Gillespie 6, Kerry Lasters 6, Kyle Robinette 5, Garrett McIntyre 5, A. Segers 4, Gary Turner 3, Dames 1. FG 31, FT 11-19, F 22 (3-pointers: Turner. Fouled out: none)

Woodland Tournament

Second-seeded Delta defeated No. 7 Bloomfield to advance to the semifinals of the Woodland Tournament.

The Bobcats trailed 12-10 after one quarter and only led 24-18 at halftime but outscored Bloomfield 13-6 in the third quarter to gather some breathing room.

Brent Menz led Delta (1-0) with 18 points. Kevin Bartels scored 10.

No. 4 Leopold won its consolation bracket game 58-44 over No. 8 Zalma.

Victor Vandeven led all scorers with 20 points for Leopold (1-1). Kelly Stause added 10.

Zalma got the bulk of its scoring from the trio of Adam Pixley, Kyle Conley and Tim Landing. Pixley led the Bulldogs (0-2) with 14, and Conley and Landing scored 12 apiece.

DELTA 49, BLOOMFIELD 38

Bloomfield126614--38
Delta10141312--49

BLOOMFIELD (38) -- Garnett 4, Rickman 11, Battles 14, Rowe 2, O'Dell 1, Monroe 6. FG 14, FT 9-13, F 20 (3-pointers: Rickman. Fouled out: Rowe)

DELTA (49) -- Jerry Seabaugh 3, Aaron Kinder 6, Cody Crowden 6, Brent Menz 18, Nathan Stroder 6, Kevin Bartels 10. FG 20, FT 8-17, F 16 (3-pointers: Crowden. Fouled out: none)

LEOPOLD 58, ZALMA 44

Zalma1312109--44
Leopold12151318--58

ZALMA (44) -- Kyle Conley 12, Adam Pixley 14, Tim Landing 12, Daniel Schrader 2, Garrett Garner 4. FG 19, FT 6-8, F 25 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Trevin Taylor and Conley)

LEOPOLD (58) -- Michael Vandeven 4, Victor Vandeven 20, Tyler Elfrink 5, David Thiele 2, Cody Cook 4, Eric Seiler 5, Kelly Stause 10, Alfred VanGennip 8. FG 20, FT 12-23, F 21 (3-pointers: V. Vandeven 3, Elfrink 1, Seiler 1, Stause 1. Fouled out: M. Vandeven)

North Co. 59, Perryville 52

Perryville could not hold on to a 27-24 halftime lead and fell in its opener at the Potosi Tournament.

Phillip Buerck led the Pirates with 15 points. Rick Dunn scored 11, and Andrew Norman added 10.

Perryville willl play Thursday in the consolation bracket.

Perryville15121312--52
North County1681322--59

PERRYVILLE (52) -- Phillip Buerck 15, Rick Dunn 11, Andrew Norman 10, Scott Ozark 6, Milan Klaus 4, Corey Buerck 4. FG 23, FT 2-7, F 18 (3-pointers: Norman 2, P. Buerck 1, Dunn 1. Fouled out: P. Buerck)

NORTH COUNTY (59) -- Hawkins 22, Padgett 13, Blunt 9, Catcherside 6, Blankenship 5, Peterson 2, Hathman 2. FG 21, FT 11-14, F 14 (3-pointers: Hawkins 4, Padgett 1, Blunt 1. Fouled out: none)

New Salem Baptist 69, Mingo JCC 39

Jeremy Rockhill scored 20 points to lead New Salem Baptist of Marble Hill in a win over Mingo Job Corps Center of Puxico, Mo. Valy Wolf added 17 points and Josiah Davault had 11.

Mingo712812--39
New Salem13232112--69

MINGO (39) -- Declue 6, Brown 6, Reed 8, Laurence 4, Lenster 5, Harrison 4, Poletti 3, Daniels 3. FG 17, FT 2-4, F 16 (3-pointers: Poletti 1, Daniels 1. Fouled out: none)

NEW SALEM (69) -- Valy Wolf 17, Josiah Davault 11, Jeremy Rockhill 20, Boone Gaines 9, Brett Jones 8, Dillon Gaines 4. FG 27, FT 13-18, F 16 (3-pointers: Jones 2. Fouled out: none)

GIRLS BASKETBALL Jackson 46, Jennings 24

Jackson posted a victory in the opening round of the Farmington Tournament by outscoring Jennings 29-12 in the second half.

Kylie Werner scored 12 points and Bobbie Jones added 11 for the Indians, who improved to 4-0 and are trying to earn their second straight tournament title to start the season after winning at West Plains last week.

They play 8:30 Friday night in the semifinal round against host Farmington, which beat Fort Zumwalt South in the opening round.

Jennings6657--24
Jackson1071019--46

JENNINGS (24) -- Greer 8, Brown 7, Brotcher 5, Knowles 4. FG 10, FT 1-2, F 16 (3-pointers: Greer 2, Brown. Fouled out: none)

JACKSON (46) -- Tara Kelley 1, Lindsey Poole 8, Kylie Werner 12, Loni Littlepage 6, Kelly Loos 2, Bobbie Jones 11, Amanda Peiffer 6. FG 18, FT 6-14, F 9 (3-pointers: Poole 2, Werner 2. Fouled out: none)

Delta 45, St. Vincent 41

Shea Smith and Kaci Menz led Delta with 12 points apiece in a home win in the Bobcats' season opener. Sarah Cook added 11 points for Delta.

Sierra Paulus led St. Vincent (0-2) with 12 points.

St. Vincent68819--41
Delta615168--45

ST. VINCENT (41) -- Jackie Welker 2, Kelsey Kutz 8, Theresa Mattingly 1, Joy Donze 2, Lauren Schumer 6, Sierra Paulus 12, Laura Gremaud 4, Stacy Brown 6. FG 18, FT 5-11, F 16 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

DELTA (45) -- Sarah Cook 11, Shea Smith 12, Ashley Deprow 8, Rachel Ware 2, Kaci Menz 12. FG 16, FT 10-20, F 16 (3-pointers: Smith 2, Cook 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: St. Vincent 32, Delta 19

New Salem Baptist 36, Mingo JCC 6

New Salem Baptist of Marble Hill held the Mingo Job Corps Center scoreless in two quarters in a rout. Sarah Green led New Salem with 17 points.

Mingo2040--6
New Salem184107--39

MINGO (6) -- Beck 2, Douglas 2, Lang 2. FG 3, FT 0-2, F 10 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

NEW SALEM (39) -- Laura Poole 4, Celsey Cook 6, Sarah Green 17, Holly Jordan 4, Kelsey Barlow 2, Amber Flanner 4. FG 19, FT 0-0, F 2 (3-pointers: Green 1. Fouled out: none)

WRESTLING Jackson 78, NMCC 6

Jackson opened its season with a convincing win on the road. The Indians (1-0) won all but one match, including nine by fall.

103 -- Sam Masters (J) won by forfeit

112 -- Jamie Schumacher (J) pinned Maywonn Gates :51

119 -- Justin Miller (J) won by forfeit

125 -- Cole Burch (M) pinned Erik Coffel 1:11

130 -- Josh Schumacher (J) pinned Martez Bobo 1:49

135 -- Ben McMillian (J) won by forfeit

140 -- Sean Gant (J) pinned Preston Elliot 2:18

145 -- Jordan Barnhart (J) pinned Joseph Guest :50

152 -- Anthony Werner (J) pinned Trevor Williams 2:32

160 -- Cody Rouse (J) pinned Dee Brown 2:55

171 -- Garrett Huck (J) pinned Trey Sullenger 3:10

189 -- Kamden Rampley (J) pinned Marcus Allison 1:12

215 -- Andy Glass (J) pinned Printice Willis 1:19

HVY -- Dustin Fluegge (J) won by forfeit

JV -- Jackson def. NMCC 76-6; Jackson JV winners -- Perry Hazelwood, Brian Sladek, James Perkins, Josh Conklin, Russell Brown, Jake Scheper, Cody Randen, DeMarcus Huddleston, Drew Lowes, Joel Pinrod, Cole Jansen

Central 45, Murphysboro 29

Central won its season opener at home against Murphysboro, Ill. Chris Griffith, Matt Lathum, Cory Huskey, Ryan Davis and Thomas Karraker all won by pins for the Tigers (1-0).

103 -- Brandon Reynolds (C) won by forfeit

112 -- Chris Griffith (C) pinned Dan Clark 1:10

119 -- Matt Lathum (C) pinned Erik Schemonia 2:23

125 -- Trent Lee (M) pinned Sean Owens :42

130 -- Tyler Yeargain (C) default over Zach Pittman

135 -- Chad Rose (M) decisioned Dan Coonce 9-7

140 -- Darron Richards (M) dec. Josh Smoot 7-4

145 -- Garrett New (C) dec. T.J. Reiman 8-3

152 -- Josh Easton (M) pinned Conrad Higgerson 2:30

160 -- Cory Huskey (C) pinned Justin Easton 2:55

171 -- Corey Camden (M) pinned Matt Smith 1:03

189 -- Ryan Davis (C) pinned Cody Layne 1:32

215 -- Ben Reiman (M) pinned James Coonce 1:50

HVY --Thomas Karraker (C) pinned Frank Carter 2:24

JV -- Murphysboro def. Central

OTHER EVENTS

* Central's junior varsity defeated St. Vincent 69-34 in the first round of the Perryville JV tournament. Jajuan Bell had 20 points for the Tigers (3-1).

Central's eighth-grade boys basketball team fell at home to Charleston 47-44. Tyree Pullen led the Tigers (2-1) with 11 points. The Tigers defeated NMCC 49-32 on Monday night.

-- From staff reports

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