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High school roundup: Central boys basketball team reaches final of Potosi tourney

Friday, December 2, 2011

Senior T.J. Tisdell's double-double Thursday helped the Central boys basketball team advance to the title game at the Potosi tournament.

Tisdell finished with 18 points and 12 rebounds in the Tigers' 47-33 victory over Fredericktown.

Garan Evans added 13 points, including three 3-pointers for Central (2-0).

The Tigers hit 84 percent of their free throws (16 of 19).

Fredericktown78126--33
Central158915--47

Fredericktown (33) -- Keith Jackson 5, Jeremy Greminger 6, Alex Branum 1, Jake Korokis 2, Tanner Ward 6, Brock Mills 13. FG 14, FT 2-7, F 17. (3-pointers: Jackson 1, Greminger 2. Fouled out: none)

Central (47) -- Ross McClanahan 3, Vance Toole 6, Garan Evans 13, T.J. Tisdell 18, Jamal Cox 3, Delontre Haney 4. FG 14, FT 16-19, F 14. (3-pointers: Evans 3. Fouled out: none)

Oran tournament

Fifth-seeded Bell City rallied past the eighth-seeded Oran JV 83-68 in a consolation semifinal.

The Cubs will play Kelly at 5 p.m. today for the consolation title.

Bell City (1-1) trailed 34-32 at halftime before taking control with a 29-11 third-quarter advantage.

Jared Yates led the Cubs with 29 points, including five 3-pointers. McKenzie Vires had 20 points, while Aaron Smith and Shane Hughes added 12 apiece.

Chance Tenkhoff and Hunter Schlosser paced the Eagles with 19 points each.

Oran JV14201123--68
Bell City7252922--83

ORAN JV (68) -- Thomas Trankler 4, Chance Tenkhoff 19, Jacob Priggel 11, Hunter Schlosser 19, Bear Hicks 10, Eric Westrich 2, Chase Asmus 2, Cash Kinney 1. FG 29, FT 6-14, F 16. (3-pointers: Tenkhoff 4. Fouled out: none)

Bell City (83) -- McKenzie Vires 20, Jerad Yates 29, Aaron Smith 12, Trey Geiger 2, Josh Overbey 8, Shane Hughes 12. FG 27, FT 21-28, F 12. (3-pointers: Vires 1, Yates 5, Smith 2. Fouled out: none)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Chaffee 56, Kelly 28

Jordi Pruitt scored 20 points to lead the Red Devils to their first victory of the season.

Pruitt netted three 3-pointers.

Ellie Sigman and Regina Seyer both added eight points for Chaffee (1-1).

Bridgette Chandler scored 11 points to pace the Hawks.

Chaffee1381322--56
Kelly21349--28

Chaffee (56) -- Taylor Fodge 7, Ellie Sigman 8, Regina Seyer 8, Stevie Schrum 2, Adrienne Eichhorn 3, Elizabeth Sexton 4, Jordi Pruitt 20, Dakota Pepple 4. FG 19, FT 9-21, F 13. (3-pointers: Pruitt 3. Fouled out: none)

Kelly (28) -- Bridgette Chandler 11, Jessica Worth 2, Katie Koonce 3, Payton Jones 2, Tessa Johnson 4, Logan Ivie 4, Kristi Brucker 2. FG 11, FT 3-10, F 18. (3-pointers: Johnson 1. Fouled out: none)

Farmington tournament

Notre Dame earned its first victory of the season in a consolation semifinal, a 71-62 win over Pacific.

Brooke Bohnert led the Bulldogs with 19 points and five rebounds.

Karsen Powers had nine points, six steals and four assists in the win.

Summer Burger added eight points and five rebounds, while Madison Huckstep netted 10 points for Notre Dame (1-1).

Notre Dame 71, Pacific 62

Notre Dame1828617--71
Pacific11191618--62

Notre Dame (71) -- Shelby Beussink 5, Brooke Bohnert 19, Summer Burger 8, Miranda Fowler 5, Madison Huckstep 10, Halle Lynch 4, Karsen Powers 9, Annie Siebert 9, Kaitlin Welter 2. FG 21, FT 18-30, F 14. (3-pointers: Powers 2, Huckstep 1. Fouled out: none)

Pacific (62) -- Elizabeth Almo 5, Kate Cookson 5, Ashley Hill 10, Kia Hill 10, Hunter Kelemen 3, Karlie King 3, Lauren Rogers 7, Abigail Spuhl 4, Meagan Wakefield 15. FG 18, FT 5-8, F 21. (3-pointers: Wakefield 3, Spuhl 1, Rogers 1, King 1, Kelemen 1. Fouled out: K. Hill)

Potosi tournament

Meadow Heights defeated North County 69-42 to reach the title game.

Erin Bollmann led the Panthers with 32 points, 11 rebounds and nine steals.

Whitney Welker added 23 points and 11 rebounds, while Taylor Cureton contributed nine assists for the Panthers (2-0).

Meadow Heights 69, North County 42

Meadow Hts1528224--69
North County186711--42

Meadow Heights (69) -- Jessica Baremore 7, Heather Baremore 2, Erin Bollmann 31, Whitney Welker 23, Taylor Cureton 1, Hayley Thorne 5. FG 20, FT 20-30, F 16. (3-pointers: Welker 1, Bollmann 1, J. Baremore 1. Fouled out: none)

North County (42) -- Kekec 5, Fraser 4, Collins 12, McGraw 5, Barlow 10, Hartaup 2, Charboneau 4. FG 14, FT 11-17, F 22. (3-pointers: McGraw 1. Fouled out: Bonney)

Northwest tournament

Central encountered its first loss of the season in the semifinals, a 58-38 setback to Kirkwood.

Chelsea Vinson paced the Tigers (1-1) with 10 points. Bailey Kratochvil followed with nine points. She hit all three of Central's 3-pointers.

The Tigers will play for third place at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Kirkwood2191711--58
Central841412--38

Kirkwood (58) -- Lianna Doty 16, Nala Turner 1, Natalie Fryrear 12, Dejae Williams 7, Bria McWoods 2, Julia Mullendore 8, Kalah Martin 8, Kayla Lundgren 4. FG 19, FT 15-17, F 19. (3-pointers: Doty 2, Fryrear 2, Martin. Fouled out: Williams)

Central (38) -- Allie Hardesty 3, Alayah Cooper-Johnson 8, Bailey Kratochvil 9, Tori Scheller 6, Apolonia Thomas 2, Chelsea Vinson 10. FG 13, FT 9-19, F 15. (3-pointers: Kratochvil 3. Fouled out: Vinson)

Naylor 42, Saxony Lutheran 31

Kristy Winter led the Crusaders with 11 points in the road loss.

Courtney Bergman had eight rebounds, while Maci Daniel had five rebounds.

Natalie Mueller and Regan Obermann netted five points apiece for Saxony Lutheran (0-2).

Saxony68134--31
Naylor915810--42

Saxony Lutheran (31) -- Miranda Brewer 4, Kristy Winter 11, Regan Obermann 5, Lauren Hecht 2, Chandler Short 2, Courtney Bergman 2, Natalie Mueller 5. FG 8, FT 3-7, F 17. (3-pointers: Winter 2, Obermann 1, Mueller 1. Fouled out: none)

Naylor (42) -- Day 5, Sullivan 11, Tharp 3, Rich 2, Morris 7, Pruett 7, McCoy 1, Elder 6. FG 11, FT 2-6, F 16. (3-pointers: Sullivan 3, Day 1, Tharp 1, Pruitt 1. Fouled out: none)

Delta 61, East Prairie 35

The Bobcats earned their first win of the season.

Tori Burton led Delta with 19 points and 11 rebounds in the home victory.

Lyndse Hamby netted 14 points, while Machela VanGennip had nine points and seven assists for the Bobcats (1-1).

East Prairie441710--35
Delta15141022--61

East Prairie (35) -- Carden 16, Douglas 10, Harwell 14, Strayhorn 1, Bard 2, Turner 2. FG 9, FT 2-6, F 18. (3-pointers: Harwell 4, Douglas 1. Fouled out: none)

Delta (61) -- Tori Burton 19, Lyndse Hamby 14, Myra Henson 10, Macey Parks 6, Machela VanGennip 9, Chastity Taylor 2, Alysha Vessells 1. FG 2, FT 15-22, F 11. (3-pointers: VanGennip 1, Burton 1. Fouled out: none)

Scott City 72, Charleston 61

The Rams remained undefeated with the road win.

Katie Hogan led Scott City with 20 points, 19 rebounds and eight blocks.

Lyndsie Robert had 15 points, eight rebounds and six steals in the win.

Alicia Kern netted 14 points, while Katie Rhymer added 12 points for Scott City (2-0).

Scott City18152217--72
Charleston5191225--61

Scott City (72) -- Lyndsie Robert 15, Lindsey Rendleman 2, Katie Rhymer 12, Katie Hogan 20, Brittany Kiefer 6, Alicia Kern 14, Michaela Kiefer 1, Tana Tetley 2. FG 28, FT 18-26, F 22. (Fouled out: Natalie Woods)

Charleston (61) -- Frazier 11, Hines 2, Williams 5, Cooper 16, Ewing 20, Hamilton 7. FG 19, FT 8-26, F 19. (Fouled out: Cooper)

JV -- Scott City won 48-39.

Valle tournament

Katie Mattingly's 16 points helped St. Vincent down Crystal City 47-43.

Kayla Seabaugh contributed nine points and 13 rebounds in the win.

Courtney Heberlie netted 14 points, while Storm French had seven points for St. Vincent (3-1).

The Indians overcame a three-point deficit entering the final quarter.

St. Vincent 47, Crystal City 43

St. Vincent1381214--47
Crystal City816127--43

St. Vincent (47) -- Courtney Heberlie 14, Kelly Welker 1, Kayla Seabaugh 9, Storm French 7, Katie Mattingly 16. FG 11, FT 10-17, F 12. (3-pointers: Heberlie 4, French 1. Fouled out: none)

Crystal City (43) -- Audrey Cooper 8, Emily Flecke 4, Amanda Kilgore 2, Daniece Riney 10, Malorie Smith 19. FG 20, FT 3-11, F 18. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

WRESTLING

Jackson 62, Carbondale 12

Jackson 79, New Madrid 0

The Indians opened their season with a pair of convincing wins at home.

Jackson (2-0) posted three pins, two major decisions and one technical fall against Carbondale, which forfeited four matches.

The Indians then recorded six pins and took advantage of six forfeits against New Madrid.

Jackson 62, Carbondale 12

106 -- Jarrett Reisenbichler (J) maj. dec. Ian Willis, 18-5

113 -- Ryan Baker (J) forfeit

120 -- Codi Byrd (J) dec. Cameron Halton, 3-2

126 -- Codey Stanton (C) pin Stone Selsor, 5:12

132 -- Zane Richards (C) pin Tyler Rush, 3:36

138 -- Clay Miller (J) dec. Russell Leonard, 10-4

145 -- Dylan Rush (J) pin Mike Glaub, :58

152 -- Jacob Colyott (J) maj. dec. Mykel Gary, 14-2

160 -- Wyatt Perry (J) pin Nick Stearns, 1:08

170 -- Cody Morgan (J) pin Issac Flores, :52

182 -- Eli Ogan (J) forfeit

195 -- Ben Rushin (J) forfeit

220 -- Chris Collier (J) tech. fall Wes Tooms 16-0

285 -- Preston Hobeck (J) forfeit

JV -- Jackson won 78-6


Jackson 79, New Madrid 0

106 -- Jarrett Reisenbichler (J) forfeit

113 -- Ryan Baker (J) maj. de. Garrett Manley, 14-3

120 -- Codi Byrd (J) pin Carle Pate, :20

126 -- Stone Selsor (J) pin Tyrone Sheron, :1:14

132 -- Tyler Rush (J) forfeit

138 -- Clay Miller (J) pin Logan Cagle, :55

145 -- Dylan Rush (J) pin Robert Evans, 1:25

152 -- Jacob Colyott (J) pin Shequan Polk, :49

160 -- Chris Reed (J) forfeit

170 -- Cody Morgan (J) pin Blade Perkins, :42

182 -- Eli Ogan (J) dec. Austin Cummins, 4-1

195 -- Ben Rushin (J) forfeit

220 -- Chris Collier (J) forfeit

285 -- Preston Hobeck (J) forfeit

JV -- Jackson won 84-0

-- From staff reports


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