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High school roundup: Scott City rallies before falling in OT

Friday, February 4, 2011

Scott City overcame a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter but ultimately fell 59-53 in overtime to Sikeston in girls basketball Thursday.

Katie Hogan scored 20 points for the visiting Rams, who trailed 43-33 entering the fourth quarter. Scott City outscored Sikeston 19-9 to send the game into overtime tied at 52-52. Sikeston, which received a game-high 22 points from Asia Liggins, outscored the Rams 7-1 in the extra period.

Michaela Cobb added 16 points for Scott City, while Stacey Heisserer netted 14 points.

Scott City 11 12 10 19 1 -- 53

Sikeston 17 13 13 9 7 -- 59

SCOTT CITY (53) -- Lindsey Ressel 5, Stacey Heisserer 14, Michaela Cobb 16, Melanie Lacey 2, Katie Rhymer 5, Katie Hogan 20, Andrea Gray 1. FG 18, FT 15-21, F 21. (3-pointers: Hogan 2. Fouled out: Lacey, Gray)

SIKESTON (59) -- Tyangela Gibson 8, Keyonna Blissett 13, Darqueshionna Howard 2, Vonteria Applewhite 8, Asia Liggins 22, Janai Ivory 1, Taneshia Pulley 3, Aleah Little 2. FG 26, FT 7-24, F 20. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

Meadow Heights 83, Woodland 26

Whitney Welker scored 30 points to lead the Panthers to a home rout.

Heather Dietiker added 11 points, while Gina Cureton and Taylor Cureton both had 10 points. Gina Cureton also had seven assists and six steals. Erin Bollmann finished with seven steals for Meadow Heights (16-2).

Kendra Pinkley paced Woodland with 13 points.

Woodland11870--26
Meadow Hts.26241617--83

WOODLAND (26) -- Josie Long 3, Kathlyn Cooper 2, Ashley Acup 6, Keighlyn Lincoln 2, Kendra Pinkley 13. FG 10, FT 5-8, F 13. (3-pointers: Long 1. Fouled out: none)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (83) -- Mica Morse 6, Hattie Cook 7, Gina Cureton 10, Erin Bollmann 9, Heather Dietiker 11, Whitney Welker 30, Taylor Cureton 10. FG 34, FT 12-17, F 14. (3-pointers: Dietiker 2, Cook 1. Fouled out: none)

New Madrid 47, Delta 46

Delta climbed within one point in the final seconds but fell on the road.

Machela VanGennip led the Bobcats with 15 points and 10 rebounds, while Tori Burton added 14 points and three steals.

Samantha Bartels netted 13 points for the Bobcats (10-8).

Delta1241713--46
New Madrid12101312--47

DELTA (46) -- Samantha Bartels 13, Rachel Bartels 2, Tori Burton 14, Macey Parks 2, Machela VanGennip 15. FG 20, FT 5-7, F 13. (3-pointers: S. Bartels. Fouled out: none)

NEW MADRID (47) -- Brittany Johnson 2, Dallas Campbell 2, Aquanness Johnson 5, Benesha Childress 27, Karen McGlonson 11. FG 18, FT 11-20, F 6. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

Chaffee 50, Portageville 42

Randi Wiley and Adrienne Eichhorn both netted 16 points as Chaffee picked up its third win in a row.

Miranda Estes added seven points and six rebounds, while Eichhorn had four steals and four assists for the Red Devils (3-11).

Portageville126915--42
Chaffee13121114--50

PORTAGEVILLE (42) -- Delisle 7, Klipfel 2, Ifland 2, McCoy 6, Morgan 1, McIntre 6, Harris 9, Jackson 3, Johnson 6. FG 18, FT 3-7, F 27. (3-pointers: Delisle 1, Harris 1. Fouled out: McCoy, Jackson)

CHAFFEE (50) -- Randi Wiley 16, Miranda Estes 7, Adrienne Eichhorn 16, Ellie Sigman 8, Elizabeth Sexton 3. FG 15, FT 19-36, F 11. (3-pointers: Eichhorn 1. Fouled out: Sigman)

BOYS BASKETBALL

Woodland 63, Clearwater 54

Martin Williams had 20 points to lead the Cardinals past Clearwater at home.

Lance Yount had 12 points and 12 rebounds for Woodland, while Dylan Miller added 10 points.

Woodland (3-11) played its first game without leading scorer and rebounder Neil Johnson, who is out for the season with an ankle injury.

Clearwater11151315--54
Woodland12132117--63

CLEARWATER (54) -- Austin Ayers 3, Caleb Rowold 5, Tyler Pressdee 12, Ethan Roach 13, Eli Holmes 11, Robert Bearden 2, Chris Fox 8. FG 20, FT 10-19, F 8. (3-pointers: Pressdee 2, Holmes 2. Fouled out: none)

WOODLAND (63) -- Nick Deck 9, David Gray 6, Martin Williams 20, Clayton Olmetti 6, Lance Yount 12, Dylan Miller 10. FG 29, FT 3-7, F 21. (3-pointers: Williams 2. Fouled out: L. Yount)

JV -- Clearwater won 40-39

New Salem 61, Christian Outreach 52

Josh Davault had 27 points and 17 rebounds in New Salem[[OpenSingle]]s home win.

Bradley Long added 11 points and eight assists as the Eagles improved to 6-8.

Christian Outreach 12 151015--52
New Salem 18 101419--61

CHRISTIAN OUTREACH (52) -- Ryan Carter 12, Kyle Keeney 10, Turner Benton 28, Alex Kennedy 2. FG 21, FT 6-8, F 14. (3-pointers: Carter 1, Benton 3. Fouled out: none)

NEW SALEM (61) -- John Bucholtz 8, Michael Buchholtz 4, Josh Davault 27, Bradley Long 11, Paulie Buchholtz 9. FG 27, FT 5-9, F 12. (3-pointers: M. Buchholtz 1. Fouled out: none)

WRESTLING

Central wins two

The Tigers won a pair of dual meets at home against Poplar Bluff and Dexter.

The Tigers used seven pins to defeat Poplar Bluff 46-27, then added five more pins in a 51-24 win against Dexter.

Austin Purcell (135), Austin Martin (140), Kyle Myrick (160), Kevin Flesher (189) and Darvelle Hopkins (285) each had two pins for the Tigers.

Central 46, Poplar Bluff 27

103 -- Colby Blatz (PB) pin Blake Emmons, :50

112 -- Mason Betz (PB) pin Timmy Heinsman, 1:02

119 -- Trent Thomas (PB) dec. Justin Emmenderfer 6-3

130 -- Kaleb Barton (PB) pin Husam Wadi, 1:40

135 -- Austin Purcell (C) maj. dec. Kyle Bratcher 13-2

140 -- Austin Martin (C) pin Taylor Burnett, 3:37

145 -- Jawaun Howard (C) pin Matt Dobbs, 4:19

152 -- BJ Coleman (C) pin Alex Lewis, :37

160 -- Kyle Myrick (C) pin Cody Fromm, 1:07

171 -- Clinton Summers (PB) forfeit

189 -- Kevin Flesher (C) pin Austin Boner, 1:45

215 -- Robert Neal (C) pin Quentin Michel, 1:50

285 -- Darvelle Hopkins (C) pin Trevor Cody, 1:17

Central 51, Dexter 24

103 -- Blake Emmons (C) pin Cody Noble 1:56

112 -- Timmy Heinsman (C) dec. Steven Parks 14-7

119 -- Trevor Waldner (D) pin Justin Emmenderfer 4:39

125 -- Hunter Hardin (D) forfeit

130 -- Husam Wadi (C) forfeit

135 -- Austin Purcell (C) pin Zach Comstock, 4:28

140 -- Austin Martin (C) forfeit

145 -- Jawaun Howard (C) dec. Ryan Vanover 12-6

152 -- T.J. Stoner (D) dec. Alex Davis-Carter 5-1

160 -- Cody Stephens (D) pin B.J. Coleman, 2:43

171 -- Kyle Myrick (C) pin Brad Wick, 3:27

189 -- Kevin Flesher (C) pin Logan Quertermous, 3:52

215 -- Ben Rodgers (D) dec. Robert Neal 6-3

285 -- Darvelle Hopkins (C) pin Dylan Sandlin, 3:09

GIRLS SWIMMING

Bluff wins quad meet

Anna Esswein won the 200 and 400 freestyles as St. Vincent took second in the meet behind Poplar Bluff.

Natalie King (200 IM), Amanda Steinbecker (diving) and Olivia Robinson (100 butterfly) had first-place finishes for St. Vincent.

The Indians' 200 freestyle relay also took first.

Madison Rau won the 100 backstroke for third-place Saxony Lutheran, while the Crusaders' 400 freestyle relay placed first.

Team results -- 1. Poplar Bluff 160, 2. St. Vincent 120, 3. Saxony Lutheran 111, 4. Perryville 56

Local results

200 medley relay -- 2. Saxony Lutheran (Madison Rau, Taylor Coe, Katie Schweiss, Lucy Gage) 2:44.90; 3. St. Vincent (Natalie King, Alyssa Pingel, Olivia Robinson, Anna Esswein) 2:45.28

200 freestyle -- 1. Esswein (SV) 2:40.09; 2. Schweiss (SL) 2:41.81

200 individual medley -- 1. King (SV) 2:49.39; 2. Coe (SL) 3:22.89; 3. Megan Lundy (P) 3:31.71

50 freestyle -- 3. Gage (SL) 33.63

Diving -- 1. Amanda Steinbecker (SV) 168.45; 2. Paige Buhler (P) 168.00

100 butterfly -- 1. Robinson (SV) 1:44.30

100 freestyle -- 2. King (SV) 1:10.58; 3. Gage (SL) 1:17.02

400 freestyle -- 1. Esswein (SV) 5:47.95; 2. Schweiss (SL) 5:55.81; 3. Pingel (SV) 6:55.71

200 freestyle relay -- 1. St.Vincent (Laura Steele, Robinson, King, Esswein) 2:26.01; 2. Saxony Lutheran (Rau, Annaka Goodson, Coe, Alexandra Wahlers) 2:30.11

100 backstroke -- 1. Rau (SL) 1:25.56; 3. Goodson (SL) 1:36.76

100 breaststroke -- 2. Lundy (P) 1:42.37; 3. Coe (SL) 1:43.71

400 freestyle relay -- 1. Saxony Lutheran (Rau, Wahlers, Schweiss, Gage) 5:14.45

-- From staff reports


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