East Prairie, Scott County Central advance to tonight's tourney

Friday, January 21, 2005

Jared Cardon grabbed an offensive rebound and converted a putback at the buzzer as East Prairie upset top-seeded Kelly 56-54 Thursday in the semifinal round of the Scott-Mississippi Conference boys basketball tournament at Oran High School.

East Prairie will play 7:30 tonight against No. 2 seed Scott County Central, which knocked off No. 3 Scott City 80-77 on Thursday with some late heroics of its own.

For East Prairie, Cardon's basket at the buzzer accounted for his only two points of the game. East Prairie (14-3), the tournament's No. 4 seed, was led by Preston Shoemaker with 17 points.

Kelly (10-5) was led by Michael Glastetter's 19 points. Kent Deason added 17.

For Scott County Central, Avis White hit a 3-pointer with 34 seconds remaining to put the Braves ahead by one. Ray Rodgers added a basket with 15 seconds to play to set the final margin.

Isaac Porter scored 33 points and Josh Boley added 15 for the Braves (11-6), which posted its second win this month against Scott City (10-6).

Mark Dannenmueller scored 28 points for Rams, and Mark Johnston added 27 points.

EAST PRAIRIE 56, KELLY 54

East Prairie1781813--56
Kelly16121016--54

EAST PRAIRIE (54) -- Jordan Sanders 15, Dez Johnson 15, Jared Carden 2, Preston Shoemaker 17, Ben Walters 1, Tony Jones 6. FG 17, FT 1-6, F 17 (3-pointers: Sanders 5, Johnson 1, Shoemaker 1. Fouled out: none)

KELLY (56) -- Kendal Deason 2, Derek Felter 7, Jordan Felter 5, Kent Deason 17, Clay Mothershead 4, Michael Glastetter 19. FG 17, FT 11-21, F 13 (3-pointers: Kent Deason 3. Fouled out: none)

SCOTT COUNTY CENTRAL 80, SCOTT CITY 77

Scott City22162118--77
Scott Central13212521--80

SCOTT CITY (77) -- Daniel Jackson 4, Mark Dannenmueller 28, Mark Johnston 27, Farrell Wasson 2, Jason Schenimann 6, Landon Hill 6, Alex King 4. FG 23, FT 13-14, F 16 (3-pointers: Dannenmueller 2, Johnston 2, Schenimann 2. Fouled out: none)

SCOTT CENTRAL (80) -- Andrew Pullen 6, Avis White 9, Josh Boley 15, Isaac Porter 33, Ray Rodgers 7, Pershard Owens 2, Jeremy Johnson 8. FG 25, FT 12-22, F 15 (3-pointers: Boley 4, White 1, Porter 1. Fouled out: none)

Superman Classic Hopkinsville, Ky., 85, Notre Dame 70

Notre Dame suffered its second loss in the Superman Classic in Metropolis, Ill., and was sent to Saturday's 1 p.m. consolation game.

Jeremy Brinkmeyer scored 23 points for the Bulldogs (8-10), while Alex Ressel added 14, Frankie Ellis scored 11 and John Eric Klein had 10.

Notre Dame will play Saturday against Paducah, Ky., Tilghman (Ky.), a 55-54 loser to Sikeston.

Notre Dame16142218--70
Hopkinsville22232020--85

NOTRE DAME (70) -- Frankie Ellis 11, John Eric Klein 10, Jeremy Brinkmeyer 23, Kirk Boeller 8, Alex Ressel 14, Jacob Essner 2, Lucas Dirnberger 2. FG 26, FT 14-18, F 14 (3-pointers: Klein 2, Brinkmeyer 2. Fouled out: Ressel)

HOPKINSVILLE (85) -- White 13, Wardell 5, Adams 2, Brown 2, Pulley 30, Hayes 13, McDonald 2. FG 33, FT 14-18, F 14 (3-pointers: Hayes 3, Pulley 1, Wardell 1. Fouled out: none)

New Salem Baptist 70, Gateway Christian 53

Boone Gaines finished with 33 points in a home win.

Josiah Davault added 14 points, and Jeremy Rockhill had 11 for New Salem (15-7).

Gateway14131412--53
New Salem16222012--70

GATEWAY (53) -- Garrison 5, Reed 12, Clark 9, Chea 6, Wicks 18, Stanton 3. FG 23, FT 6-14, F 19 (3-pointers: Stanton 1. Fouled out: none)

NEW SALEM (70) -- Valy Wolf 8, Josiah Davault 14, Jeremy Rockhill 11, Boone Gaines 33, Brett Jones 3, Josh Freeman 1. FG 28, FT 9-19, F 15 (3-pointers: Gaines 4, Jones 1. Fouled out: none)

GIRLS BASKETBALL Delta 64, Oran 61, 2OT

Delta scored half its points from the free-throw line and held on for a double overtime win at home.

Shea Smith led all scorers with 23 points for the Bobcats (11-3). Ashley Deprow added 15 for Delta.

Mandi Wood led Oran (3-6) with 19 points, Tori St. Cin had 13 and Wendy Eftink scored 12.

Oran10131112105--61
Delta1171513108--64

ORAN (61) -- Tori St. Cin 13, Erica Michelsen 9, Wendy Eftink 12, Mandi Wood 19, Amanda Eftink 5, Tiffany Glastetter 3. FG 21, FT 17-34, F 27 (3-pointers: St. Cin 1, Michelsen 1. Fouled out: A. Eftink, Glastetter)

DELTA (64) -- Jessica Livingtson 2, Sarah Cook 8, Shea Smith 23, Ashley Deprow 15, Rachel Ware 8, Kaci Menz 8, Kacie Seabaugh 2. FG 15, FT 32-46, F 25 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Deprow, Menz)

JV -- Delta 53, Oran 23

St. Pius 52, Perryville 48, OT

Perryville's big fourth quarter comeback fell short in an overtime loss at home.

The Pirates (7-6) trailed 38-31 heading into the final period, but led late in the fourth quarter before St. Pius made a comeback. Amber Hacker led Perryville with 17 points, and Krista Miesner added 16.

St. Pius12131348--52
Perryville51313134--48

ST. PIUS (52) -- Christina Schulze 2, Nicole Jercimonvic 15, Dana Kuttenkuler 2, Andrea Vallo 10, Kelly Kopac 23. FG 19, FT 13-22, F 15 (3-pointers: Kopac 1. Fouled out: none)

PERRYVILLE (48) -- Krista Miesner 16, Amber Hacker 17, Bethany Steffens 1, Annette Weibrecht 6, Becky Bachmann 8. FG 20, FT 5-11, F 19 (3-pointers: Miesner 2, Hacker 1, Weibrecht 1. Fouled out: Christina Schremp)

JV -- Perryville 47, St. Pius 21

Festus 64, St. Vincent 54

St. Vincent fell at home in a Jefferson County Conference game.

Sierra Paulus led St. Vincent with 14 points, and Lauren Schumer scored 12.

Festus13151620--64
St. Vincent14131413--54

FESTUS (64) -- Hahn 23, Borman 22, Marshall 8, Schmitz 7, Lemons 2, Jokerst 2. FG 23, FT 13-24, F 20 (3-pointers: Hahn 4, Marshall 1. Fouled out: none)

ST. VINCENT (54) -- Sierra Paulus 14, Lauren Schumer 12, Kelsey Kutz 6, Theresa Mattingly 6, Stacy Brown 6, Jessica Welker 6, Joy Donze 2, Alex Lundy 2. FG 19, FT 16-25, F 21 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Welker)

JV -- St. Vincent def. Festus

Scott County Central 58, Scott City 18

Scott County Central improved to 11-3 with a home rout.

The Bravettes built a 25-6 halftime lead and led 50-14 after three periods. Janet Penrod led Scott County with 19 points, Brittany Godwin had 11 and Brittney Peet scored 10.

Scott City4284--18
Scott Co. Central178258--58

SCOTT CITY (18) -- Angie Laxton 2, Christy Laxton 4, Nora Glasser 5, Kelly Hicks 5, Alana Newell 2. FG 7, FT 3-9, F 8 (3-pointers: Hicks 1. Fouled out: none)

SCOTT COUNTY (58) -- Janet Penrod 19, Brittany Godwin 11, Brittney Peet 10, Johnson 9, Amanda Lawless 4, Pipi Mitchell 3, Jessica McCray 2. FG 24, FT 5-8, F 9 (3-pointers: Penrod 3, Godwin 1, Johnson 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Scott County Central 52, Scott City 30

Central 63, Egyptian 32

Central won its second straight game in a rout on the road.

The Tigers (2-13) had 12 players in the scoring column, led by Courtney Schuessler's 11 points.

Central14221312--63
Egyptian281111--32

CENTRAL (63) -- Dani Gross 4, Meg Yates 4, Paige Rothenberger 2, Lauren Loftis 6, Jessica Johnston 8, Courtney Schuessler 11, Erica Schabbing 8, Gina Yarbrough 6, Kristin Shirrell 2, Katie Mothershead 3, Christina Sexton 7, Tierra Walker 2. FG 26, FT 11-18, F 18 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

EGYPTIAN (32) -- Parson 2, Homan 5, McCain 14, Prater 1, Smith 1, Smallwood 9. FG 11, FT 4-13, F 16 (3-pointers: McCain 4, Smallwood 2. Fouled out: none)

New Salem Baptist 42, Gateway Christian 25

New Salem improved to 13-5 with a home win.

Sarah Green and Celsey Cook led New Salem with 10 points apiece. Holly Jordan had 7 points and 14 rebounds.

Gateway24811--25
New Salem144195--42

GATEWAY (25) -- Akers 2, Hanlin 7, Merriwhether 6, Moore 10. FG 11, FT 0-3, F 10 (3-pointers: Hanlin 1. Fouled out: none)

NEW SALEM (42) -- Holly Jordan 7, Sarah Green 10, Laura Poole 2, Celsey Cook 10, Kelsey Barlow 8, Leah Jones 2, Stacey Cheney 3. FG 16, FT 4-9, F 10 (3-pointers: Green 2. Fouled out: none)

WRESTLING Central 38, Rockwood Summit 33

Central capped its home schedule with a victory over Rockwood Summit, assuring the Tigers of a winning dual record for the third straight year.

"We've never had that happen before," Central coach Josh Crowell said after his team improved to 5-2. "The kids are really excited about that. Obviously, we don't want have any letdowns in our final two duals with Dexter and Poplar Bluff."

103 -- Brand Reynolds (C) won by forfeit

112 -- Chris Griffith (C) dec. Abbas Emamjone 6-2

119 -- Matt Latham (C) pinned Chris Mays 3:08

125 -- Tom Range (RS) won by forfeit

130 -- Tyler Yeargain (C) pinned Ryan Yates 1:45

135 -- Nick Schiro (RS) pinned Dan Coonce 5:22

140 -- Nate Dickerson (RS) pinned Josh Smoot 3:42

145 -- Garrett New (C) tech fall. Chris Campbell 20-5

152 -- Dom Colana (RS) dec. Nick Allen 9-5

160-- Cory Huskey (C) dec. Koree Manson 5-3

171 -- Matt Smith (C) dec. Matt Mays 8-4

189 -- Ryan Davis (C) won by forfeit

215 -- Brenden Overy (RS) pinned James Coonce 1:04

HWT -- Nick Lance (RS) pinned Tom Karraker 1:08

Jackson 70, Sikeston 12

Jackson received seven pins to go along with a major decision in a road rout.

103 -- Dee Bizzell (S) won byforfeit

112 -- Luke Rayburn (J) won by forfeit

119 -- Justin Miller (J) pinned Craig Burton :24

125 -- Arik Coffel (J) pinned Cody Anderson 3:06

130 -- Josh Schumacher (J) pinned Seth Baker :29

135 -- Sean Gant (J) maj. dec. Logan Berry 20-6

140 -- Russell Brown (J) pinned Ashton Caultell :39

145 -- Jordan Barnhart (J) pinned Gavillan Bland :49

152 -- Cody Rouse (J) fofeit

160 -- Will Perry (J) pinned Zach Friend :36

171 -- Garrett Huck (J) won by forfeit

189 -- Blake Ulrich (J) won by forfeit

215 -- Andy Glass (J) pinned Christ Northern :26

HVY -- Joe Johnson (S) pinned Dustin Fluegge 2:58

BOYS SWIMMING Notre Dame 98, Poplar Bluff 72

Notre Dame's Jameson Kuper won two individual events, and the Bulldogs swept the three relay events in a victory against Poplar Bluff.

Kuper won the 200-meter individual medley in 2 minutes, 7.36 seconds and captured the 100 butterfly in 58.31. Joe Graves added an individual win in the 200 free, and Lance Carroll won the 100 breaststroke.

Carroll teamed with Josh Buchheit, Adam Reinagel and Jordan Voss to win the 200 medley relay; Kuper teamed with the same trio to win the 400 free relay; and Kuper, Carroll, Graves and Justin Voss made up the winning 200 free relay team.

Notre Dame results

200 medley relay -- 1, ND (Josh Buchheit, Adam Reinagel, Lance Carroll, Jordan Voss), 1:59.50; 3, ND (Nathan Todt, Nick McCrate, Justin Voss, Edward Doyle), 2:11.39.

200 free -- 1, Joe Graves, 2:15.79.

200 IM --1, Jameson Kuper, 2:07.36; 2, Buchheit, 2:21.23.

50 free -- 2, Reinagel, 26.20.

100 butterfly -- 1, Kuper, 58.31

100 free -- 2, Buchheit, 57.58; 3, Reinagel, 59.81.

500 free -- 2, Justin Voss, 6:15.80.

200 free relay -- 1, ND (Graves, Kuper, Carroll, Justin Voss), 1:46.04.

100 backstroke -- 2, Graves, 1:15.26; 3, Todt, 1:19.42.

100 breaststroke -- 1, Carroll, 1:16.97.

400 free relay -- 1, ND (Kuper, Reinagel, Jordan Voss, Buchheit), 3:47.90; 2, Central (McCrate, Todt, Doyle, Graves), 4:24.02.

OTHER EVENTS

* Central's boys freshman basketball team won at Dexter 53-48. Adrian Cox scored 16 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter for the Tigers (14-1).

* The Central eighth-grade boys basketball team defeated Sikeston 49-25 in the championship game of its four-team tournament. Byron Wright led Central (10-2) with 12 points.

Poplar Bluff defeated Jackson 42-41 for third place.

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