Jackson boys collect win No. 22 at expense of NMCC Eagles

Saturday, February 12, 2005

The Jackson boys basketball team matched its win total from last year by posting its 22nd victory on Friday night.

The Indians posted a 62-46 triumph at New Madrid County Central.

The Indians improved to 22-2 after finishing 22-5 last year. Jackson has one more regular season game left on Tuesday at Kelly.

Jack Puisis led the Indiand with 27 points. Kyle Pridemore added 12 for Jackson, and Ryan Mirly scored 11.

JACKSON 62, NMCC 46

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NMCC981316--46

JACKSON (62) -- Kyle Pridemore 12, Ryan Mirly 11, Jack Puisis 27, Tyler Beussink 2, Ryan Leet 2, Aaron Redecker 6, Eric Poythress 4. FG 24, FT 6-13, F 12 (3-pointers: Puisis 3. Fouled out: none)

NMCC (46) -- Long 17, Binion 8, Cooper 8, Maxwell 2, Howell 4, McFarland 5, Eakins 2. FG 18, FT 8-13, F 16 (3-pointers: Long 1, Binion 1. Fouled out: Maxwell)

JV -- Jackson def. NMCC

Scott City 67, Bloomfield 60

Mark Dannenmueller scored 23 points and Mark Johnston added 21, as Scott City (14-8) held off a strong challenge from visiting Bloomfield.

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Scott City9162121--67

BLOOMFIELD (60) -- Tony Garnett 10, Dillion Rickman 6, Tim Clary 2, Chris Battles 6, Nick Roe 26, John Monroe 4, Kyle Jones 6. FG 17, FT 13-22, F 24 (3-pointers: Roe 3. Fouled out: Battles, Monroe, Kyle O'Dell)

SCOTT CITY (67) -- Daniel Jackson 7, Andy Stephens 1, Danny Pinkston 3, Travis Glueck 6, Mark Dannenmueller 23, Mark Johnston 21, Farrell Wasson 4, Jason Schenimann 1, Landon Hill 1. FG 20, FT 18-33, F 20 (3-pointers: Pinkston 1, Dannenmueller 1, Johnston 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Scott City def. Bloomfield 60-41.

Bell City 88, Risco 34

Bell City cruised to a victory to celebrate its homecoming.

D.D. Gillespie led the Cubs (15-7) with 13 points. Kerry Lasters added 12, and Jeff Liggins, Garrett McIntyre and Austin Segers each scored 10.

Hillsboro 65, Perryville 51

Andrew Norman scored 16 points, but Perryville (11-13, 6-3) lost a Jefferson County Conference road game.

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Hillsboro10191521--65

PERRYVILLE (51) -- Andrew Norman 16, Ricky Dunn 9, Milan Klaus 8, Phillip Buerck 8, Scott Ozark 7, Jacob Hayden 3. FG 12, FT 9-16, F 19 (3-pointers: Norman 4, Dunn 1, Hayden 1. Fouled out: Ozark, Hayden)

HILLSBORO (65) -- Dallas 21, McGrath 16, Proensey 7, Wallace 7, Scanlon 5, Glore 5, Murphy 1. FG 15, FT 20-25, F 16 (3-pointers: Dallas 1, McGrath 1, Wallace 1, Scanlon 1, Glore 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Hillsboro def. Perryville

Meadow Heights 91, Marquand 73

Meadow Heights remained unbeaten in Mississippi Valley Conference play by avenging a recent MVC tournament loss to eventual tourney champion Marquand.

Anthony Bollinger poured in 33 points for the visiting Panthers (13-7, 5-0). Nathan Revelle added 14, and Terry Wagner had 13. Wagner reached his 1,000th varsity point in the win.

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Marquand1526824--73

MEADOW HEIGHTS (91) -- Heath Fulton 8, Anthony Bollinger 33, Joel Hahs 7, Ethan Barnett 2, Terry Wagner 13, Bryce Wallis 2, Nathan Revelle 14, Anthony Collins 8, Dusty Davis 4. FG 36, FT 10-17, F 15 (3-pointers: Revelle 2. Fouled out: none)

MARQUAND (73) -- Preston Mayberry 5, Aaron Pritchett 3, Robert Sutton 15, Keith Proctor 27, Josh King 17, Jay Francis 6. FG 25, FT 8-12, F 14 (3-pointers: Sutton 3, King 2. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Meadow Heights def. Marquand 73-49

St. Vincent 84, Grandview 68

St. Vincent won the Jefferson County Conference small division for the eighth time in 11 years with a road win.

The Indians (13-6) improved to 4-0 in small division play and 6-3 overall in the conference. Waylon Richardet led St. Vincent with 20 points, Alex Armbruster added 19, Jacob DeWilde had 15, and Danny Rellergert scored 13.

St. Vincent22172718--84
Grandview14131823--68

ST. VINCENT (84) -- Waylon Richardet 20, Alex Armbruster 19, Jacob DeWilde 15, Danny Rellergert 13, Pat Siegmund 7, Luke Guyot 3, Adam Sippel 2, Ben Buchheit 3, Jon Buehler 1, Eric Clements 1. FG 25, FT 29-39, F 13 (3-pointers: Rellergert 3, Guyot 1, Armbruster 1. Fouled out: none)

GRANDVIEW (68) -- Legens 22, DeRousse 15, Prater 9, Robison 7, Logsden 6, Allen 5, Manning 2, Bequette 2. FG 26, FT 5-11, F 25 (3-pointers: Legens 3, DeRousee 3, Prater 2, Logsden 2, Allen 1. Fouled out: Robison)

JV: St. Vincent def. Grandview

Hayti 76, Scott County Central 69

Hayti rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit with a 25-9 run in the third quarter to upend visiting Scott County Central.

Isaac Porter scored 24 points for the Braves, and Josh Boley added 15 -- all on 3-pointers.

Tower Grove 63, New Salem Baptist 53

New Salem lost its second straight game at a tournament in St. Louis despite 19 points from Boone Gaines.

On Thursday, Bethel defeated New Salem 71-63 in the tournament as Gaines and Valy Wolf both scored 19 points.

GIRLS BASKETBALL New Salem Baptist 37, Thomas Jefferson Christian 23

Sarah Green led New Salem with 14 points in a win at a tournament in St. Louis.

Celsey Cook added 15 rebounds, and Holly Jordan had 10 rebounds for New Salem. New Salem (19-8) will play for fifth place at 3 p.m. today.

New Salem761410--37
Thomas Jefferson2777--23

NEW SALEM (37) -- Sarah Green 14, Laura Poole 2, Holly Jordan 6, MacKenzie Jones 5, Celsey Cook 8, Stacy Chaney 2. FG 16, FT 3-8, F 13 (3-pointers: Green 2. Fouled out: none)

THOMAS JEFFERSON (23) -- S. Kozikowski 10, C. Kozikowski 6, Peters 2, Abbo 2, Elfrink 3. FG 10, FT 1-5, F 14 (3-pointers: C. Kozikowski 2. Fouled out: none)

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