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Notre Dame wrestlers take two of three in final duals

Sunday, February 3, 2013

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Notre Dame’s Caleb Heisserer pins Farmington’s Brandon Resinger for a win by fall at 126 pounds on Friday.
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The Notre Dame wrestling team won two out of three duals during its final home meet of the season on Friday.

Notre Dame rolled over Farmington 42-31 on the strength of six pins, then defeated Hillsboro 52-28.

The Bulldogs dropped the first dual of the day against Ste. Genevieve 72-6. The Dragons swept all but the 106-pound weight class, which Notre Dame's Noah Huff won by forfeit. Huff also won his other two duals of the evening.

Ste. Genevieve 72, Notre Dame 6

106 -- Noah Huff won by forfeit

113 -- Andrew DeRousse (SG) pinned Brendan Scholl (ND) 2:41

120 -- Travis Jones (SG) pinned Mitchell Heisserer (ND) 1:59

126 -- Cole Reynolds (SG) technical fall over Caleb Heisserer (ND) 17-2

132 -- Tanner Jones (SG) pinned Aaron Schlosser (ND) :38

138 -- Tyler Jones (SG) dec. Austin Harter (ND) 6-0

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Notre Dame’s Matt Lathum, top, tries to gain position on Farmington’s Lance Johnson at 145 pounds.
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145 -- Austin Brewer (SG) pinned Matthew Lathum (ND) 4:59

152 -- Wyatt Hahn (SG) maj. dec. Tyler Hulshof (ND) 13-5

160 -- Ethan Vaeth (SG) pinned Alex Elsey (ND) 1:03

170 -- Sam Terrana (SG) pinned Joseph Yuede (ND) 3:35

182 -- Corey Heberlie (SG) won by forfeit

195 -- Luke Hemmerla (SG) won by forfeit

220 -- Kellen Steagall (SG) won by forfeit

HWT -- Daniel Terrana (SG) pinned Sam Moses (ND) 1:38

Notre Dame 42, Farmington 31

106 -- Noah Huff (ND) pinned Randy Warren (F) 1:56

113 -- Brendan Scholl (ND) pinned Gary Green (F) :41

120 -- Mitchell Heisserer (ND) dec. James Kahn (F) 5-0

126 -- Caleb Heisserer (ND) pinned James Kahn :57

132 -- Aaron Schlosser (ND) dec. Logan Dotson (F) 10-8

138 -- William Seibert (F) maj. dec. Austin Harter (ND) 14-6

145 -- Matthew Lathum (ND) pinned Lawrence Johnson (F) 3:05

152 -- Tyler Harman (F) dec. Tyler Hulshof (ND) 4-2

160 -- Alex Elsey (ND) pinned Jared Nicholson (F) 1:59

170 -- Joseph Yuede (ND) pinned Nick Bertram (F) 1:20

182 -- Devin Savage (F) won by forfeit

195 -- Alex Barker (F) won by forfeit

220 -- Justin Wade (F) won by forfeit

HWT -- Jason Harrington (F) pinned Sam Moses (ND) 3:37

Notre Dame 52, Hillsboro 28

106 -- Noah Huff (ND) pinned Harvey Iverson (H) 1:31

113 -- Brendan Schooll (ND) won by forfeit

120 -- Mitchell Heisserer (ND) pinned Jordan Reed (H) 1:59

126 -- Caleb Heisserer (ND) pinned Thomas Holdman (H) 1:59

132 -- Brad Notz (H) maj. dec. Aaron Schlosser (ND) 14-6

138 -- Austin Harter (ND) pinned Kole Meador (H) :36

145 -- Matthew Lathum (ND) pinned Nehemiah Williams (H) 2:54

152 -- Tyler Hulshof (ND) maj. dec. Tim Declue (H) 12-3

160 -- Alex Elsey (ND) won by forfeit

170 -- Joseph Yuede (ND) won by forfeit

182 -- Jeffery Johnson (H) won by forfeit

195 -- Josh Mayberry (H) won by forfeit

220 -- Jarad Sheppard (H) won by forfeit

HWT -- Michael Atkins (H) pinned Sam Moses (ND) :52

BOYS BASKETBALL

Notre Dame 64, Bernie 50

Quinn Poythress scored a game-high 21 points to help the Bulldogs pick up the win on the road.

Cody DeBrock scored 12 points while Derek Hulsof had 10 points for Notre Dame (10-10).

Troy Kirkpatrick paced the Mules with 16 points, including four three-pointers. David Baker sank 14 points for Bernie (18-4).

Notre Dame15211612--64
Bernie1391216--50

NOTRE DAME (64) -- Cody DeBrock 12, Quinn Poythress 21, Jordan Williamson 4, Patrick Williamson 2, Dalton Welch 2, Luke Mocherman 2, Grant Ressel 9, Derek Hulshof 10, Tanner Shively 2. FG 20, FT 9-15, F 13. (3-pointers: Poythress 3, DeBrock 2. Fouled out: None)

BERNIE (50) -- B.J. Jennings 3, Troy Kirkpatrick 16, Jake Wagner 5, Bubby Schwent 4, David Baker 14, Sam Turner 8. FG 12, FT 8-15, F 15. (3-pointers: Kirkpatrick 4, Wagner, Baker. Fouled out: None)

JV -- Notre Dame won 60-45.

Jackson 50, Farmington 48

Blake Reynolds and Luke Stevens each netted 12 points to help the Indians squeeze out a narrow victory on the road.

Karson King contributed nine points for Jackson (13-9).

Jordan Ankrom scored a game-high 16 points for the Knights (10-10).

Jackson1615118--50
Farmington418179--48

JACKSON (50) -- Josh Daume 6, Braxton McDowell 5, Karson King 9, Connor Shepard 2, Blake Reynolds 12, Brandon Lueders 4, Luke Stevens 12. FG 16, FT 6-7, F 16. (3-pointers: Daume 2, McDowell, Stevens. Fouled out: None)

FARMINGTON (48) -- Jordan Barnes 5, Logan England 7, A.J. Baumer 7, Dante Castro 4, Garrett Callahan 5, Jordan Ankrom 16, D.J. Hardy 4. FG 18, FT 0-3, F 14. (3-pointers: Barnes, England, Baumer, Callahan. Fouled out: None)

JV -- Farmington won 38-32.

Perryville 59, Festus 45

Colin Schirmer scored a game-high 17 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead the Pirates in the home win.

Garrett Martin netted 14 points for Perryville (6-12) while Jacob Lawrence added 11 points and Nate Kinnison had 10 for the Pirates.

Kamau Kinder paced the Tigers (10-9) with 11 points.

Festus7131412--45
Perryville11131619--59

PERRYVILLE (59) -- Nate Kinnison 10, Garrett Martin 14, Grant Dix 4, Brett Schnurbusch 3, Colin Schirmer 17, Jacob Lawrence 11. FG 16, FT 22-36, F 8. (3-pointers: Martin 2, Dix, Schnurbusch, Kinnison. Fouled out: None)

FESTUS (45) -- Travis Spraul 8, Austin Jarvis 3, Ali Abbas 7, Kamau Kinder 11, Mitch Neel 4, Robert Brewer 6, Zach Stamps 2, Jaden Reddick 2. FG 18, FT 6-10, F 17. (3-pointers: Spraul 2, Jarvis, Abbas. Fouled out: Spraul, Brewer)

JV -- Festus won.

Scott City 56, East Prairie 37

Jonathan McFall sank 20 points and snagged eight rebounds to help lead the Rams to victory on the road.

Ryan Brock netted 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Scott City (12-9) while Ryan Fortner recorded 10 points and seven rebounds for the Rams.

Damion Tipler scored 17 points to lead the Eagles (3-16).

Scott City11141912--56
East Prairie68914--37

SCOTT CITY (56) -- Ryan Fortner 10, Trent Pobst 3, Nick Bollinger 2, Isiah Berry 2, Jonathan McFall 20, Ryan Brock 19. FG 23, FT 6-10, F 10. (3-pointers: Fortner 2, McFall 2. Fouled out: None)

EAST PRAIRIE (37) -- Seth Johnson 3, Seth Bays 5, Dustin Bryars 6, Mason Douglas 6, Damion Tipler 17. FG 9, FT 7-9, F 13. (3-pointers: Bryars 2, Johnson, Bays. Fouled out: None)

JV -- East Prairie won.

Advance 65, Dexter 43

A strong second half, propelled by Ethan Barr's game-high 29 points, led the Hornets to pick up the win at home.

Curtis Gilliland scored 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Advance (16-6) while Lane Below added 13 points and dished out 11 assists.

Brad Potts scored 16 points to pace the Bearcats (6-11).

Dexter813139--43
Advance1571825--65

ADVANCE (65) -- Tyler Middleton 4, Lane Below 13, Josh Robison 2, Curtis Gilliland 17, Ethan Barr 29. FG 20, FT 13-18, F 17. (3-pointers: Below 2, Middleton, Gilliland. Fouled out: None)

DEXTER (43) -- Nick Noble 3, Austin Richardson 6, D.J. Dowdy 6, Brad Potts 16, Jordan Miller 2, Chandler Young 5, Ryan Joyner 5. FG 17, FT 9-17, F 13. (3-pointers: None. Fouled out: None)

JV -- Dexter won 73-62.

Oran 89, Bell City 47

The Eagles, led by Alex Heuring's game-high 19 points, built a commanding 34-7 lead after the first quarter and cruised to victory at home.

Chance Tenkhoff added 17 points for Oran (19-3) while Hunter Schlosser, Jacob Priggel and Seth Ressel netted 12 points apiece.

Jerad Yates scored 18 points and McKenzie Vires contributed 13 points to pace the Cubs (2-16).

Bell City719118--47
Oran34182611--89

ORAN (89) -- Kody Moore 3, Seth Ressel 12, Jacob Priggel 12, Blake Overfield 3, Chance Tenkhoff 17, Hunter Schlosser 12, Alex Heuring 19, Garrison Mangels 2, Cash Kinney 9. FG 35, FT 16-22, F 9. (3-pointers: Moore, Overfield, Tenkhoff. Fouled out: None)

BELL CITY (47) -- McKenzie Vires 13, Jerad Yates 18, Nolan Schaefer 1, Aaron Smith 7, Trey Geiger 8. FG 8, FT 7-11, F 15. (3-pointers: Vires 3, Yates 3, Smith, Geiger. Fouled out: None)

St. Pius X 43, St. Vincent 41

Trenton Gremaud scored a game-high 17 points to pace the Indians in a close loss on the road.

Dylan Richardet added 10 points for St. Vincent (13-6).

Isaiah Hennessey led with 16 points, including four three-pointers, for the Lancers. Garrett McDowell contributed 13 points for St. Pius X (12-6).

St. Vincent6101213--41
St. Pius X94219--43

ST. PIUS X (43) -- Garrett McDowell 13, Tryson Thorton 1, Isaiah Hennessey 16, Jordan Tucker 9, Montana Kempfer 4. FG 15, FT 4-7, F 12. (3-pointers: Hennessey 4, Tucker 3, McDowell 2. Fouled out: None)

ST. VINCENT (41) -- Trent Elder 2, Dylan Richardet 10, Trenton Gremaud 17, Robbi Wingerter 8, Dylan Hellman 4. FG 18, FT 4-9, F 14. (3-pointers: Richardet. Fouled out: None)

JV -- St. Pius X won 65-20.

Eagle Ridge 75, Northside Baptist (Ky.) 43

Aaron Margrabe scored a game-high 32 points and filled up the stats sheets with seven assists, seven rebounds and six steals to help the Eagles get the win at home over Northside Baptist Christian School of Mayfield, Ky.

Josh Friedrich sank 18 points and grabbed six rebounds while Jared Powell added 12 points and seven rebounds for Eagle Ridge (6-14). Nathan Davis snagged 11 rebounds and dished out 12 assists while Michael Perez tallied six steals for the Eagles.

Josh Summerville led with 17 points while Bradley McReynolds had 16 points for the Lions.

Northside Baptist5141113--43
Eagle Ridge Christian18201720--75

EAGLE RIDGE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL (75) -- Richard Mason 2, Michael Perez 2, Caleb Friedrich 2, Caleb Cerney 2, Josh Friedrich 18, Jared Powell 12, Nathan Davis 3, Jonathan Bell 2, Aaron Margrabe 32. FG 35, FT 2-5, F 15. (3-pointers: Margrabe. Fouled out: None)

NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHRISTIAN SCHOOL (43) -- Robert Harris 4, Zach Sullivan 6, Bradley McReynolds 16, Josh Summerville 17. FG 9, FT 10-20, F 5. (3-pointers: Sullivan 2, Summerville 2, McReynolds. Fouled out: None)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ste. Genevieve 47, St. Vincent 35

Katie Mattingly led with a game-high 16 points and 15 rebounds in the Indians' loss at home.

Rachel Mudd contributed nine points, all from the three-point line, for St. Vincent (7-14).

Katie Palmer scored nine points to lead the Dragons (8-10).

Ste. Genevieve181775--47
St. Vincent61298--35

STE. GENEVIEVE (47) -- Paige Schmelzle 8, Monica Inman 8, Morgan Grither 5, Erin Martin 6, Paige Porter 7, Reagan Zerwig 4, Katie Palmer 9. FG 17, FT 7-14, F 16. (3-pointers: Schmelzle, Grither. Fouled out: None)

ST. VINCENT (35) -- Paige Yamnitz 2, Rachel Mudd 9, Casey Unterreiner 4, Katie Mattingly 16, Stephanie Hoyt 4. FG 9, FT 8-20, F 12. (3-pointers: Mudd 3. Fouled out: None)

JV -- Ste. Genevieve won 41-28.

GIRLS SWIMMING

Oakville 145, Notre Dame 88, Jackson 87

Notre Dame's Sara Coello was the lone swimmer who placed first for the Bulldogs in a tri-meet with Oakville and Jackson at Oakville High School in suburban St. Louis on Friday.

Coello touched the wall in 1:10.84 to win the 100 butterfly event for Notre Dame. The Bulldogs barely edged out Jackson to place second overall.

Jackson freshman Caitlyn Palmer finished in first place in the 50 freestyle with a state-qualifying time of 25.73 seconds and the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:05.47. Senior swimmer Kyleigh Troxel also captured first in two events for the Indians. Troxel posted a state-qualifying time in the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:02.73 for the Indians.

Local Results

200 medley relay -- 1. Jackson (Caitlyn Palmer, Jericka Helton, Kyleigh Troxel, Lexi Burgi) 2:04.29

200 freestyle -- 1. Kyleigh Troxel (J) 2:05.28

200 individual medley -- 3. Amelio Coello (ND) 2:36.22

50 freestyle -- 1. Caitlyn Palmer (J) 25.73; 2. Madison Heisserer (ND) 26.77

Diving -- 2. Alexia Phillips (J) 144.95

100 butterfly -- 1. Sara Coello (ND) 1:10.84; 3. Jericka Helton (J) 1:18.81

100 freestyle -- 3. Mary-Liz Klueppel (ND) 1:05.62

500 freestyle -- 1. Kyleigh Troxel (J) 5:20.73; 2. Madison Heisserer (ND) 5:32.17

200 freestyle relay -- 2. Jackson (Caitlyn Palmer, Jericka Helton, Shelby Lambert, Kyleigh Troxel) 1:51.78

100 backstroke -- 1. Caitlyn Palmer (J) 1:05.47

100 breaststroke -- 2. Emily Todt (ND) 1:21.77; 3. Amelia Coello (ND) 1:25.34

400 freestyle relay -- 2. Notre Dame (Madison Heisserer, Becky Earley, Angelica Rubi, Mary-Liz Klueppel) 4:15.76

-- From staff reports


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