High school roundup: St. Vincent girls basketball team tops Delta in OT

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Delta senior Machela VanGennip scored a game-high 31 points, but it was not enough to prevent the Bobcats girls basketball team from falling in overtime to visiting St. Vincent on Tuesday night.

St. Vincent, with Katie Mattingly leading the way with 10 points, used a more balanced approach in a 39-37 victory.

St. Vincent's Casey Unterreiner, who finished with eight points, hit a game-tying shot with about 20 seconds left in regulation to send the game into overtime.

Stephanie Hoyt broke a 37-37 deadlock with a basket with about 10 seconds left in overtime.

VanGennip, who scored 21 points in the second half, scored all three points for Delta (1-1) in overtime. St. Vincent (1-1) had seven players find the scoring column, while Delta had just three players score.

St. Vincent 39, Delta 37 OT

St. Vincent176565--39
Delta4512133--37

ST. VINCENT (39) -- Paige Yamnitz 6, Holly Blandford 2, Kylie Baer 2, Rhonda Mudd 8, Casey Unterreiner 8, Katie Mattingly 10, Stephanie Hoyt 3. FG 17, FT 4-8, F 13. (3-pointers: Mudd. Fouled out: none)

DELTA (37) -- Alysha Vessells 4, Katie Nance 2, Machela VanGennip 31. FG 15, FT 2-5, F 12. (3-pointers: VanGennip 5. Fouled out: none)

Notre Dame 39, Jackson 32

Miranda Fowler led with 11 points as the sixth-seeded Bulldogs upset No. 3 Jackson in the first round of the Farmington Invitational.

Karsen Powers added 10 points and Annie Siebert had nine for Notre Dame (1-0). Shelby Beussink led the stats sheets for the Bulldogs with nine rebounds and four steals, and Kaitlin Welter tallied eight rebounds in the win.

Megan Williams paced Jackson with 11 points, while Cassidi Tomsu added nine for the Indians (0-2).

Notre Dame will return to the court Friday when the Bulldogs play the winner of Miller Career Academy and De Soto in the tournament quarterfinal, while the loser will play Jackson at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the consolation bracket.

Notre Dame681312--39
Jackson79610--32

NOTRE DAME (39) -- Miranda Fowler 11, Karsen Powers 10, Annie Siebert 9, Madeline Rosenquist 7, Shelby Beussink 2. FG 12, FT 9-17, F 15. (3-pointers: Fowler 1, Rosenquist 1. Fouled out: None)

JACKSON (32) -- Megan Williams 11, Cassidi Tomsu 9, Rachel Crites 8, Kayla Keith 4. FG 10, FT 6-9, F 19. (3-pointers: Williams 1, Tomsu 1. Fouled out: None)

Central 72, Hillsboro 47

Alayah Cooper-Johnson led with 27 points in the Tigers' first-round victory in the Northwest (Cedar Hill) Invitational.

Chelsea Vinson added 16 points, six steals and six rebounds for Central (1-0), while Bailey Kratochvil had six points and five assists. Katie Williams totaled six steals and seven rebounds, and Kadie Orenstein had six assists for the Tigers.

Central will play the winner of Kirkwood and Villa Duchesne at 7 p.m. Thursday in the tournament quarterfinals.

Central21231117--72
Hillsboro1512416--47

CENTRAL (72) -- Abby Schupert 2, Alayah Cooper-Johnson 27, Kelly Morton 8, Bailey Kratochvil 6, Kadie Orenstein 4, Kassidy Pannier 2, Bailey Bliss 4, Katie Williams 3, Chelsea Vinson 16. FG 29, FT 11-19, F 14. (3-pointers: Vinson 1. Fouled out: None)

HILLSBORO (47) -- Bethany Jansen 8, Amber Peterson 2, Danielle Frolos 6, Christen Hopfer 4, Victoria Price 10, Megan Steighorst 5, Lexi Churchill 4, Jordan Vining 8. FG 10, FT 6-10, F 15. (3-pointers: Jansen 2, Frolos 2, Price 2, Steighorst 1. Fouled out: None)

Saxony Lutheran 88, Puxico 9

Raegan Wieser nailed 17 points and had six steals in the Crusaders' lopsided rout at home.

Natalie Mueller added 14 points for Saxony Lutheran, and Brianna Mueller had 12 points and tallied seven rebounds, four assists and four steals in the stats sheets. Ashlynn Collier contributed six points and eight rebounds for the Crusaders (2-0).

Puxico2700--9
Saxony Lutheran28202810--88

SAXONY LUTHERAN (88) -- Abby Hadler 2, Grace Mirly 7, Ali Galemmo 8, Brianna Mueller 12, Natalie Mueller 14, Lauren Hecht 10, Tess Daniel 8, Ashlynn Collier 6, Raegan Wieser 17, Maddie Brune 4. FG 38, FT 9-16, F 12. (3-pointers: Wieser 1. Fouled out: None)

PUXICO (9) -- Danielle Daniel 4, Kathy McDaniel 3, McKenna Hawthorne 2. FG 2, FT 2-4, F 15. (3-pointers: McDaniel 1. Fouled out: None)

JV -- Saxony Lutheran won 42-25.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Eagle Ridge 67, Trinity Christian (Ill.) 49

Aaron Margrabe led with 30 points, seven rebounds and six assists in the Eagles' home victory over Trinity Christian of Carbondale, Ill.

Nathan Davis added 14 points and five assists. Michael Perez scored eight points and had five assists, while Josh Friedrich tallied five points and five rebounds for Eagle Ridge (2-2).

Trinity1013197--49
Eagle Ridge17131819--67

EAGLE RIDGE CHRISTIAN (67) -- Michael Perez 8, Caleb Cerney 2, Josh Friedrich 5, Jared Powell 8, Nathan Davis 14, Aaron Margrabe 30. FG 30, FT 4-11, F 16. (3-pointers: Margrabe 1. Fouled out: None)

TRINITY CHRISTIAN (49) -- Jeff Talley 2, Tony Talley 12, Andrew Alstad 15, Jacob Linze 4, Jared Linze 12. FG 20, FT 3-13, F 11. (3-pointers: T. Talley 2. Fouled out: None)

JV -- Eagle Ridge won 45-16.

St. Vincent 50, Crystal City 43

Trent Elder had 14 points and four assists to help the fourth-seeeded Indians upset the No. 3 tournament host Hornets in the Crystal City Invitational.

Dylan Richardet added 14 points for St. Vincent (1-0) in its season-opener. Dylan Hellman tallied 10 rebounds and added five points for the Indians.

St. Vincent will face second-seeded Ste. Genevieve at 7 p.m. on Thursday in the semifinals.

St. Vincent119219--50
Crystal City718162--43

ST. VINCENT (50) -- Trent Elder 14, Dylan Richardet 14, Trenton Gremaud 9, Dylan Hellman 5, Jesse Francis 4, Levi Gotto 2, Gabe Galati 2. FG 16, FT 14-19, F 9. (3-pointers: Elder 2, Richardet 2. Fouled out: None)

CRYSTAL CITY (43) -- Andrew Sawdy 18, Bryan DeGeare 16, Justin Morris 7, Jarod Voss 2. FG 17, FT 6-12, F 15. (3-pointers: Sawdy 1, DeGeare 1, Morris 1. Fouled out: None)

WRESTLING

Jackson 75, New Madrid 6

Jackson 72, Carbondale 6

The Jackson wrestling squad opened the season by picking up two wins in a double dual.

The Indians defeated New Madrid County Central 75-6, then triumphed over host Carbondale (Ill.) 72-6.

Jake Byrd (126), Tyler Rush (138), Dylan Rush (145), Clayton Collier (152), Jackson Rushin (160), Josh Stone (182) and Preston Hobeck (Heavyweight) all won both their matches for Jackson at the dual meet.

Jackson 75, New Madrid County Central 6

106 -- Shawn Birider (J) won by forfeit

113 -- Jared Reisenbichler (J) won by forfeit

120 -- Kodi Byrd (J) won by forfeit

126 -- Jake Byrd (J) p. Garrett Manley (NMCC) in 1:46

132 -- Ryan Baker (J) def. Riley Smith (NMCC) 13-6

138 -- Tyler Rush (J) p. Bryce Smith (NMCC) in 1:18

145 -- Dylan Rush (J) p. Landon Howell (NMCC) in :37

152 -- Clayton Collier (J) p. Craig Smith (NMCC) in 2:31

160 -- Jackson Rushin (J) p. Gregory Quest (NMCC) in 1:03

170 -- Chris Reed (J) p. Alec Collier (NMCC) in :13

182 -- Josh Stone (J) p. Austin Cummings (NMCC) in 1:12

195 -- Bade Perkins (NMCC) p. Jamison McCullough (J) in 1:14

220 -- Clay Darnell (J) received a forfeit

HWT -- Preston Hobeck (J) p. Brandon Westrin (NMCC) in :49

Jackson 72, Carbondale (Ill.) 6

106 -- Shawn Birider (J) p. Louie Skurat (C) in 1:01

113 -- Jared Reinsenbickler (J) p. Mario Cruz (C) in 2:28

120 -- Kodi Byrd (J) won by forfeit

126 -- Jake Byrd (J) p. Chris Yohe (C) in 1:14

132 -- Codey Stanton (C) won by default over Ryan Baker (J)

138 -- Tyler Rush (J) p. Germaine Pryor (C) in 1:05

145 -- Dylan Rush (J) p. Noah Thornburg (C) in 1:38

152 -- Clayton Collier (J) def. Russell Leonard (C) 6-1

160 -- Jackson Rushin (J) def. Mike Claub (C) 12-9

170 -- Chris Reed (J) received a forfeit

182 -- Josh Stone (J) p. Rashad Johnson (C) in :39

195 -- Jamison McCollough (J) received a forfeit

220 -- Chris Collier (J) p. Paul Wood (C) in 3:39

HWT -- Preston Hobeck (J) p. Octavius McCloud (C) in 1:45

-- From staff reports

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