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High school roundup: Scott City girls win conference tourney

Friday, January 14, 2011

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Scott City's Katie Hogan guards Delta's Machela VanGennip during Thursday's championship game of the Scott-Mississippi Conference tournament in Delta, Mo.
(BRENT SHIPMAN ~ Sikeston Standard Democrat)
Top-seeded Scott City defeated Delta 44-32 in the championship game of the Scott-Mississippi Conference girls basketball tournament Thursday night in Delta, Mo.

Katie Hogan led the Rams with 16 points, while Michaela Cobb netted nine points.

Machela VanGennip had 13 points for second-seeded Delta.

Scott City built a 23-12 lead by halftime and took an 11-point advantage into the fourth quarter.

Oran beat Kelly 56-41 in the third-place game.

Haley Glastetter had 17 points, while Crissy Sauceda added 12 for Oran.

Kristen Powell had a game-high 20 points for Kelly.

Scott City 44, Delta 32

Scott City1112813--44
Delta84812--32

SCOTT CITY (44) -- Melanie Lacey 6, Lindsey Ressel 2, Michaela Cobb 9, Katie Rhymer 5, Katie Hogan 16, Andrea Gray 6. FG 18, FT 4-4, F 10. (3-pointers: Gray 2, Hogan 1, Rhymer 1. Fouled out: none)

DELTA (32) -- Samantha Bartels 7, Rachel Bartels 2, Tori Burton 8, Machela Van Gennip 13, Macey Parks. FG 12, FT 5-8, F 11. (3-pointers: VanGennip 1, Burton 2. Fouled out: none)


Oran 56, Kelly 41

Oran17121015--56
Kelly6111212--41

ORAN (56) -- Abbey Anderson 6, Haley Glastetter 17, Cheyanne King 11, Halle Woodfin 6, Crissy Sauceda 12, Taylor Nenniger 2. FG 24, FT 8-17, F 10. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

KELLY (41) -- Kaitlin Glastetter 3, Haley Glastetter 2, Kristen Vetter 4, Kayla Hicks 11, Katie Koonce 1, Kristen Powell 20. FG 15, FT 10-12, F 10. (3-pointers: Glastetter 1. Fouled out: none)

Meadow Heights 72, South Iron 32

Hattie Cook and Whitney Welker both netted 17 points in a home win for the Panthers.

Erin Bollmann had 11 points, while Gina Cureton chipped in nine points and six assists for Meadow Heights (11-2).

The Panthers erased any doubt early by racing out to an 18-point lead after the first eight minutes of the contest.

South Iron611105--32
Meadow Hts2419209--72

SOUTH IRON (32) -- Stevee Ann May 10, Bethany DaBoard 3, Renae Middleton 2, Taylor Colyott 4, Amber Riggs 11, Jasmine Buckhanan 2. FG 13, FT 6-8, F 20. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (72) -- Mica Morse 5, Hattie Cook 17, Gina Cureton 9, Erin Bollmann 11, Whitney Welker 17, Taylor Cureton 3, Jillian Mills 8, Heather Baremore 2. FG 25, FT 17-22, F 12. (3-pointers: Cook 3, Cureton 1, Bollmann 1. Fouled out: none)

JV -- South Iron won 38-36

Notre Dame 69, Sikeston 38

All nine Notre Dame players scored in the road win.

Kaelin Hale led Notre Dame (8-4) with 12 points, while Madison Huckstep added 11.

Miranda Fowler had 10 points and seven rebounds, while Brooke Bohnert also had 10 points.

Allyson Bradshaw finished with six assists.

Notre Dame2412249--69
Sikeston81398--38

NOTRE DAME (69) -- Miranda Fowler 10, Hali Rendleman 4, Summer Burger 4, Allyson Bradshaw 8, Madison Huckstep 11, Brooke Bohnert 10, Savanna Ayers 6, Nicole Blattel 4, Kaelin Hale 12. FG 28, FT 11-13, F 9. (3-pointers: Hale 2. Fouled out: none)

SIKESTON (38) -- Tyangela Gibson 2, Keyonna Blissett 9, Asia Liggins 17, Janai Ivory 2, Taneshia Pulley 6, Aleah Little 2. FG 17, FT 4-6, F 17. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Notre Dame won 48-15

St. Vincent 75, Grandview 18

The Indians grabbed a 27-4 first-quarter lead in a home rout.

Courtney Heberlie had 16 points and seven steals, while Storm French netted 16 points and had five steals for the Indians (10-4).

Kayla Seabaugh also had 16 points, six rebounds and five steals.

Grandview4572--18
St. Vincent2720235--75

GRANDVIEW (18) -- Kamryn Sparks 1, Jessie Langhans 4, Courtney Cooper 3, Hailey Townsend 3, Meghan Capranica 7. FG 7, FT 4-12, F 12. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

ST. VINCENT (75) -- Chelsie Boxdorfer 5, Courtney Heberlie 16, Dani Hogard 6, Kayla Seabaugh 16, Storm French 16, Kelci Besand 2, Kali Wingerter 14. FG 32, FT 10-18, F 14. (3-pointers: French 1. Fouled out: Hogard)

JV -- St. Vincent won

New Salem 73, Liberty 21

Marti Poole scored 28 points as the Eagles (4-1) cruised to a road victory.

Rachel Poole added 22 points and Laura Moring finished with 12 points in the win.

New Salem22201615--73
Libert9444--21

NEW SALEM (73) -- Marti Poole 28, Leah Jones 8, Rachel Poole 22, Laura Moring 12, Anna Deck 8. FG 33, FT 6-9, F 6. (3-pointers: R. Poole 1. Fouled out: none)

LIBERTY (21) -- Avery Dickson 9, Lauren Hill 2, Kaylen Jordan 4, Mattie Voss 6. FG 10, FT 0-2, F 5. (3-pointers: Dickson 1. Fouled out: none)

Woodland 41, Saxony Lutheran 28

Woodland improved to 4-5 with a win against Saxony Lutheran on the road.

Woodland171248-- 41
Saxony61147-- 28

WOODLAND (41) -- Josie Long 5, Kathlyn Cooper 2, Tess Rainey 9, Ashley Acup 20, Kendra Pinkley 5. FG 17, F 12, FT 5-7. (3-pointers: Rainey 1, Acup 1. Fouled out: none)

SAXONY LUTHERAN (28) -- Maci Daniel 6, Abby Hartman 10, Natalie Mueller 7, Regan Oberman 5. FG 11, F 9, FT 6-15. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

BOYS BASKETBALL

Saxony Lutheran 72, Chester 68

The Crusaders reached the championship game of the Chester Invitational behind a strong second half.

Saxony Lutheran trailed 37-30 at halftime but pulled to within 51-50 by the start of the fourth quarter. It completed the comeback over the final eight minutes.

Gus Klaus led Saxony Lutheran (7-7) with 23 points, while Clayton Carver hit four 3-pointers and finished with 16 points. Gabe Bohnert added 14 points.

Chester's Zach Lochhead scored a game-high 43 points, which included nine 3-pointers, but he was the only player to reach double figures for his team.

Saxony Lutheran will face Perryville in the championship game at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

Saxony 18122220--72
Chester23141417--68

SAXONY LUTHERAN (72) -- Gus Klaus 23, Trent Steffens 4, Clayton Carver 16, Clay Roth 4, Matt Wills 9, Shawn Hadler 2, Gabe Bohnert 14. FG 35, FT 4-10, F 12. (3-pointers: Klaus 1, Carver 4, Wills 1. Fouled out: none)

CHESTER (68) -- Brandon Straight 2, Zach Lochhead 43, Justin Woodard 6, Kyle Landon 3, Caleb Arbster 3, Matt Chandler 9, Chris Schwarts 2. FG 28, FT 0-2, F 16. (3-pointers: Lochhead 9, Landon 1, Arbster, Chandler 1. Fouled out: Woodard)

Advance 70, Chaffee 65

Grant Gray scored 17 points and added five assists to lead the Hornets to the road win.

John Middleton added 14 points, while Darren VanGennip had a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

Michael Rutherford netted 20 points in a losing effort for the Red Devils (7-4).

Jason Cicardi added 10 points for Chaffee.

Advance19171618--70
Chaffee21111419--65

ADVANCE (70) -- Grant Gray 17, Darren VanGennip 12, Dylan Dunivan 12, John Middleton 14, Hunter Shoemaker 3, Hunter Wilson 8, Jacob Spears 2. FG 26, FT 11-16, F 15. (3-pointers: Gray 4, Dunivan 1. Fouled out: none)

CHAFFEE (65) -- Michael Rutherford 20, Jason Cicardi 10, Andrew Terhune 4, Blake Senciboy 2, Alex Crowe 9, Jordan Yahn 8, Alex Davie 4, Zach Dannenmueller 8. FG 24, FT 10-20, F 17. (3-pointers: Crowe 3, Rutherford 2, Cicardi 2. Fouled out: none)

JV -- Advance won 65-61

GIRLS SWIMMING

Westminister 118, Notre Dame 58

The Bulldogs lost a duel meet on the road.

Morgan Morris had individual first-place finishes for the Bulldogs in the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly.

Notre Dame results

200 medley relay -- 3. Notre Dame (Eva Schafer, Sarah Mittrucker, Kate Bohn, Shelby Ray) 2:24.81

200 freestyle -- 1. Morgan Morris 2:08.89

100 butterfly -- 1. Morris 1:15.27; 3. Jessica Pfau 1:34.01

100 freestyle -- 2. Schafer 1:05.71

500 freestyle -- 2. Ray 6:32.77; 3. Keira Soutar 7:17.14

200 freestyle relay -- 3. Notre Dame (Mary Liz Klueppel, Bohn, Soutar, Morris) 2:06.79

100 backstroke -- 2. Schafer 1:20.63

100 breaststroke -- 3. Mittrucker 1:28.90

400 freestyle relay -- 2. Notre Dame (Bohn, Ray, Schafer, Morris) 4:26.28

WRESTLING

The Notre Dame wrestling team defeated New Madrid County Central and the Central Tigers at a home meet on Thursday.

Notre Dame 48, New Madrid County Central 28

103 -- Caleb Heisserer (ND) def. Bryce Smith 14-12

112 -- Austin Harter (ND) won by forfeit

119 -- Charles Taylor (NMCC) def. Trenton Gross 10-2

125 -- Logan Cagle (NMCC) p. Matt Lathem, 2:51

130 -- Austin Kight (ND) won by forfeit

135 -- Daray Anderson (NMCC) won by forfeit

140 -- Jacob Murphy (ND) won by forfeit

145 -- Robert Evan (NMCC) p. Joe Yuede, 43 seconds

152 -- Tyler Hulshof (ND) won by forfeit

160 -- Alex Elsey (ND) def. Caleb Krum 10-6

171 -- Trevor Foltz (ND) won by forfeit

189 -- Ryan Harter (ND) p. Derek Gill, 3:49

215 -- Brandon Westrein (NMCC) won by forfeit

285 -- Bill Ayieko (ND) won by forfeit

Notre Dame 46, Central 24

103 -- Blake Emmons (C) def. Caleb Heisserer 15-3

112 -- Austin Harter (ND) won by forfeit

119 -- Trenton Gross (ND) p. Justin Emenderfer, 5:26

125 -- Matt Lathem (ND) p. Jesse Mahan, 1:31

130 -- Nick Pfau (ND) won by forfeit

135 -- Austin Kight (ND) def. Husam Wadi 12-2

140 -- Jacob Murphy (ND) def. Austin Martin 6-5

145 -- Joe Yuede (ND) def. Alex Carter 16-13

152 -- Juwaun Howard (C) p. Tyler Hulshof, 2:33

160 -- B.J. Coleman (C) p. Alex Elsey, 34 seconds

171 -- Trevor Foltz (ND) p. Kyle Myrick, 59 seconds

189 -- Kevin Flesher (C) won by forfeit

215 -- Ryan Harter (ND) p. Gabe Cox, 2:33

285 -- Robert Neal (C) p. Bill Ayieko, 1:59

-- From staff reports


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Watched some future action last night. Jackson JV defeated Cape Central JV 59-46. Central's Freshman and JV girls were winners over Jackson's girls.

-- Posted by localfan on Fri, Jan 14, 2011, at 7:48 AM

Congrats to Katie Hogan of Scott City - crossing 1,000 career points in the Scott-Miss tourney championship.

-- Posted by vincebrown on Fri, Jan 14, 2011, at 10:04 AM

Is that Central varsity or JV wrestling team? Those names for Central seem to be JV.

-- Posted by bulletman on Fri, Jan 14, 2011, at 11:14 AM

That's varsity alright.

-- Posted by vincebrown on Fri, Jan 14, 2011, at 12:26 PM

Wow---Central must have had some injuries or kids quit since the Tiger classic with the forfiets and freshmen wrestling varsity.

-- Posted by bulletman on Fri, Jan 14, 2011, at 1:44 PM


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