Jackson girls post third win over Knightettes

Tuesday, February 15, 2005

Jackson's girls basketball team defeated Farmington 54-40 on the road Monday night in a preview of next week's Class 5 District 1 opening-round matchup.

The Indians (22-2) have now beaten the Knightettes three times this season, including the finals of the HealthSouth Holiday Classic. Jackson actually trailed 25-21 at halftime before outscoring Farmington 17-4 in the third quarter.

"The whole second half we played pretty well," Jackson coach Sam Sides said.

Kylie Werner led Jackson with 16 points, and Bobbie Jones added 10.

Natalie Hooss led all scorers with 17 points for Farmington (18-5).

Jackson 54, Farmington 40

Jackson11101715--54
Farmington1213411--40

JACKSON (54) -- Tara Kelley 2, Kylie Werner 16, Gabrielle Garritano 4, Loni Littlepage 6, Kelly Loos 9, Bobbie Jones 10, Amanda Peiffer 7. FG 21, FT 6-9, F 13 (3-pointers: Werner 3, Loos 3. Fouled out: none)

FARMINGTON (40) -- Cassie Tiefenauer 7, Ann Parson 2, Hamlet 2, Erin Parks 2, Briley Milfeld 1, Christina Johnson 6, Randie Wooldridge 2, Natalie Hooss 17. FG 16, FT 7-11, F 10 (3-pointers: Tiefenauer 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: Farmington def. Jackson

Sikeston 52, Central 40

Central was outscored 15-4 in the third quarter and lost at home.

The game was tied 20-20 at halftime.

For the Tigers (4-17), Kristin Shirrell scored 15 points, including three 3-pointers.

Sikeston1191517--52
Central128416--40

SIKESTON (52) -- Ferrell 3, Amber Minner 6, Ali Blurton 21, Shytoria Davis 10, Robyn Morris 12. FG 17, FT 12-21, F 11 (3-pointers: Blurton 2. Fouled out: none)

CENTRAL (40) -- Dani Gross, Paige Rothenberger 3, Jessica Johnston 4, Courtney Schuessler 6, Erica Schabbing 8, Kristin Shirrell 15, Christina Sexton 3. FG 9, FT 4-8, F 17 (3-pointers: Rothenberger 1, Schabbing 1, Sexton 1, Shirrell 3. Fouled out: Scheussler, Schabbing)

JV: Central 47, Sikeston 46

Nerinx Hall 80, Notre Dame 56

Notre Dame fell at home to highly touted Nerinx Hall.

The Bulldogs (7-16) trailed 43-31 at the half and could not mount a second-half comeback against the Markers, ranked No. 4 team in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's large school top 10.

Meridith Medlin led the Bulldogs with 24 points, and Kristain Burger had 14.

Nerinx Hall27162314--80
Notre Dame2110187--56

NERINX HALL (80) -- Marshall 22, Craft 21, Kennedy 14, Matthews 9, Kopp 6, Stohl 6, Manuel 2. FG 34, FT 9-13, F 16 (3-pointers: Kennedy 2, Craft 1. Fouled out: none)

NOTRE DAME (56) -- Meridith Medlin 24, Kristain Burger 14, Amanda Essner 7, Allison Toole 6, Amber Karnes 3, Amanda Toole 2. FG 20, FT 14-20, F 15 (3-pointers: Medlin 3. Fouled out: none)

JV: Notre Dame 38, Nerinx Hall 36

Fredericktown 75, Perryville 69

Perryville lost at home despite 36 points from Krista Miesner.

The Pirates (14-8) could get another crack at Fredericktown in the district tournament, with Perryville seeded third and Fredericktown seeded second. Amber Hacker added 18 points for Perryville.

Fredericktown23142018--75
Perryville19131522--69

FREDERICKTOWN (75) -- Matthews 14, Kemp 9, Bess 3, Royer 12, Boswell 24, Henrdix 8, Hughes 6. FG 28, FT 14-26, F 16 (3-pointers: Royer 2, Hendrix 2, Matthews 1. Fouled out: none)

PERRYVILLE (69) -- Christina Schremp 2, Krista Miesner 36, Amber Hacker 18, Bethany Steffens 2, Annette Weibrecht 9, Becky Bachmann 2. FG 24, FT 12-14, F 22 (3-pointers: Miesner 5, Hacker 3, Weibrecht 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: Perryville 36, Fredericktown 34

St. Vincent 60, Oran 45

Sierra Paulus scored 16 points to lead St. Vincent to a home victory.

Theresa Mattingly added 11 points for the Squaws (5-15), and Jessica Welker finished with 10.

Erica Michelsen, 21 points, was the lone Oran (8-8) player in double figures.

Oran819513--45
St. Vincent11191218--60

ORAN (45) -- Erica Michelsen 21, Wendy Eftink 7, Amanda Eftink 6, Tiffany Glastetter 6, Jodi Urhahn 4, Courtney Nenninger 1. FG 14, FT 13-24, F 14 (3-pointers: Michaelson 3,Urhahn 1. Fouled out: W. Eftink)

ST. VINCENT (60) -- Sierra Paulus 16, Theresa Mattingly 11, Jessica Welker 10, Joy Donze 7, Kelsey Kutz 6, Lauren Schumer 4, Stacy Brown 2, Alex Lundy 2, Lisa Abbott 2. FG 21, FT 18-26, F 12 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

Delta 60, Greenville 33

Shea Smith led the Bobcats with 20 points in a road win.

Delta jumped out to a 19-4 first-quarter lead and cruised to victory. Kaci Menz added 15 points and Rachel Ware scored 13 for the Bobcats (17-4).

Delta1914819--60
Greenville49911--33

DELTA (60) -- Sarah Cook 6, Shea Smith 20, Ashley Deprow 2, Rachel Ware 13, Kaci Menz 15, Kacie Seabaugh 4. FG 28, FT 20-24, F 12 (3-pointers: Smith 3, Cook 1. Fouled out: none)

GREENVILLE (33) -- Fisher 9, Osbourn 7, Condray 5, Wilkinson 2, Woodgeard 6, Rogers 4. FG 14, FT 2-6, F 16 (3-pointers: Fisher 1, Osbourn 1, Condray 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: Delta 34, Greenville 22

Scott County Central 57, Kelly 43

Trice Johnson scored 18 points for Scott County Central to lead her team to a home win over Kelly.

The Hawks chipped away at the Bravettes' lead in the third quarter, but Scott County (14-4) outscored the Hawks 16-4 in the fourth to pull away.

Brittney Peet added 15 points for Scott County and Janet Penrod had 13.

Kelly Essner led Kelly (18-4) with 17 points, and sophomore Brittany Ponder added 11.

Kelly615184--43
SCC1961516--57

KELLY(43) -- Kourtnie Smith 1, Kelly Essner 17, Jessica Burnett 5, Brittany Ponder 11, Stephanie Hencey 1, Ann Buchheit 2, Kayla Cissel 4. FG 15, FT 7-16, F 12 (3-pointers: Essner 2. Fouled out: none)

SCC(57)--Trice Johnson 18, Brittney Peet 15, Janet Penrod 13, Brittany Godwin 1, Amanda Lawless 8, Breanna Johnson 2. FG 18, FT 12-20, F 15 (3-pointers: Penrod 1, T Johnson 1, Peet 1. Fouled out: none)

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JV: Kelly 41, SCC 23

Valle 52, Scott City 33

Scott City fell at home to state-ranked Valle Catholic.

Valle, ranked No. 5 in Class 2, led 27-15 at halftime and cruised from there. Kelly Hicks led the Rams with nine points. Scott City fell to 7-14.

Valle1891213--52
Scott City87414--33

VALLE (52) -- Tucker 2, Bergholdt 4, Donze 5, Herman 10, Herzog 11, Schilli 20. FG 18, FT 10-12, F 9 (3-pointers: Donze 1, Herzog 1. Fouled out: none)

SCOTT CITY (33) -- Valerie Gibbons 2, Christy Laxton 2, Kelly Howell 2, Becky Holder 2, Nora Glasser 4, Jessica Warren 5, Angie Laxton 7, Kelly Hicks 9. FG 11, FT 2-4, F 14 (3-pointers: Hicks 3. Fouled out: C. Laxton)

JV: Scott City 49, Valle 32

BOYS BASKETBALL

St. Vincent 70, Fredericktown 51

St. Vincent knocked down seven 3-pointers in a road win.

Danny Rellergert hit five 3-pointers to account for his 15 points. Alex Armbruster led the Indians (14-6) with 21 points. Jacob DeWilde added 10 rebounds.

St. Vincent16201618--70
Fredericktown10101318--51

ST. VINCENT (70) -- Alex Armbruster 21, Danny Rellergert 15, Pat Siegmund 8, Waylon Richardet 8, Jacob DeWilde 7, Eric Clements 4, Mark Hotop 3, Luke Guyot 2, Ben Buchheit 2. FG 30, FT 3-5, F 7 (3-pointers: Rellergert 5, Armbruster 1, Hotop 1. Fouled out: none)

FREDERICKTOWN (51) -- Dustin Bess 15, Kevin Foster 11, Mike Francis 7, Eli Skaggs 7, Jake Cluster 5, Joe Johnson 4, Jaret Williams 2. FG 21, FT 1-4, F 11 (3-pointers: Bess 3, Foster 3, Francis 1, Cluster 1. Fouled out: none)

JV: Fredericktown 49, St. Vincent 44

Frehsman: Fredericktown 51, St. Vincent 43

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