MISSOURIAN ROUNDUP: Oran boys basketball team topples Woodland

Monday, January 30, 2017

Max Priggel knocked down five 3-pointers and scored 26 points as the Oran boys basketball team defeated Woodland 77-66 on Monday.

The Eagles knocked down 11 treys, including five by Jacob Shoemaker. He finished with 19 points and Layne Johnson poured in 18 as the hosts overcame a 35-33 halftime deficit and outscored the Cardinals 44-31 in the final two quarters.

Cole Priggel pitched in 10 points for Oran (12-7).

Michael McCormick scored 22 points to pace Woodland (11-7).

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Oran17162618--77

WOODLAND (66) -- Tommy Grindstaff 14, Tyler Womack 10, Tyler Massa 5, Jamie Wiseman 4, Connor Goodwin 4, Bruester Young 5, Paul Duncan 2, Michael McCormick 22. FG 27, FT 5-10, F 14 (3-pointers: Grindstaff 2, Womack 2, McCormick 2, Young. Fouled out: None.)

ORAN (77) -- Max Priggel 26, Layne Johnson 18, Jacob Shoemaker 19, Cole Priggel 10, Wyatt Kinney 4. FG 28, FT 10-14, F 12 (3-pointers: M. Priggel 5, Shoemaker 5, Johnson. Fouled out: None.)

St. Vincent 72, Windsor (Imperial) 47

Trevor Lukefahr bucketed 19 points as the Indians soundly downed the Owls at home.

Luke Wibbenmeyer tallied 14 points for St. Vincent (13-4) while Tyler Monier added 13 points for the Indians.

Sam Haight recorded 18 points to sustain Windsor (8-10).

Windsor11101412--47
St. Vincent17152119--72

WINDSOR (IMPERIAL) (47) -- Sam Haight 18, Bruce England 12, K.J. Jones 8, Bryan Neff 5, Jacob Davis 2, Michael Schmidt 2. FG 21, FT 2-5, F 16 (3-pointers: England 2, Neff. Fouled out: Schmidt.)

ST. VINCENT (72) -- Trevor Lukefahr 19, Luke Wibbenmeyer 14, Tyler Monier 13, Darren Ernst 9, Evan Clifton 8, Matt Rellegert 2, Blake Hellman 2, Tyler Unterreiner 2, Peyton Doza 2, Riley Riehn 1. FG 27, FT 15-25, F 8 (3-pointers: Clifton 2, Monier. Fouled out: None.)

JV -- Windsor (Imperial) won 57-51

Meadow Heights 81, Leopold 19

Blake Bollinger scored four more points individually than the entire Leopold team was able to put on the scoreboard as the Panthers crushed the Wildcats in the opening day of pool play in the Mississippi Valley Conference (MVC) Tournament at Zalma.

Lane Baremore sank 15 points and Scott Pohlman chipped in 13 for Meadow Heights (15-5), which led 43-10 at halftime as 11 players scored for the Panthers.

Grant Koenig got five points for Leopold (2-16).

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Leopold7372--19

LEOPOLD (19) -- Grant Koenig 5, Tristan Graham 2, Simon Elfink 3, Dalton Forrester 2, Ryan Lewis 3, David Gray 4. FG 8, FT 1-3, F 11 (3-pointers: Elfrink, Lewis. Fouled out: None.)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (81) -- Zac Liley 3, Austin Gruenke 2, Spencer Bragg 5, Jacob Barks 2, Trent Liley 6, Blake Bollinger 23, Wyatt Lincoln 3, Lane Baremore 15, Logan Schlosser 4, Scott Pohlman 13, Devin Wilfong 5. FG 31, FT 11-14, F 17 (3-pointers: Baremore 4, Z. Liley, Bragg, Bollinger, Lincoln. Fouled out: None.)

Zalma 76, Marquand-Zion 44

Jacob Steinberg poured in a game-high 21 points as the host Bulldogs topped the Tigers for the second straight game, this time in the opening day of pool play at the Mississippi Valley Conference (MVC) Tournament.

Dallan Stotts hit three treys en route to 14 points for Zalma (8-9) while Peyton Ford contributed 12 points as the Bulldogs prowled out to a 37-19 lead at the break.

Freshman Billy Perry scored 17 points to pace Marquand-Zion (2-16) as the Tigers were perfect from the charity stripe where they also received 17 points.

Marquand109169--44
Zalma23142811--76

MARQUAND-ZION (44) -- Austin Cook 8, Austin Barrett 3, Billy Perry 17, Tucker Barnes 4, Logan Barrett 8, Byron Lord 4. FG 16, FT 17-17, F 13 (3-pointers: Perry 2, L. Barrett 2, Cook. Fouled out: None.)

ZALMA (76) -- Mayson Casey 8, Jacob Steinberg 21, Charles Freeman 6, Peyton Ford 12, Zack Findley 5, Logan Border 5, Alex Durbin 5, Dallan Stotts 14. FG 27, FT 12-18, F 17 (3-pointers: Stotts 3, Casey 2, Freeman 2, Ford 2, Findley. Fouled out: None.)

East Prairie 84, Delta 56

Freshman Isaiah Thomas netted 16 points but it wasn't enough as the Bobcats fell to the Eagles in the conference road loss.

Grant Coomer tossed in 12 points for Delta (3-15, 0-5 Scott-Mississippi Conference). The Bobcats trailed 41-23 at the intermission before the Eagles flew to victory in the second half.

Casey Gregory busted a game-high 28 points to lead East Prairie (11-8, 4-1) while Derez Tipler added 15 points for the Eagles.

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E. Prairie22192023--84

DELTA (56) -- Charlie Ledbetter 6, T.J. Kelley 2, Jon Bond 11, Grant Coomer 12, Damon Bartels 9, Isaiah Thomas 16. FG 23, FT 7-9, F 9 (3-pointers: Coomer 3, Thomas 2. Fouled out: None.)

EAST PRAIRIE (84) -- Luke Marcum 9, Deverence Jones 4, Kobe Hubbert 4, Derez Tipler 15, Casey Gregory 28, Mason Bryars 10, Brian Shoffner 5, Chad Housman 9. FG 35, FT 9-12, F 13 (3-pointers: Tipler 2, Gregory, Shoffner, Houseman. Fouled out: None.)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Notre Dame 80, Cape Central 60

Sam Brennan poured in 16 points and added three steals as the Bulldogs prevailed over their crosstown rival Tigers in the SEMO Conference match-up.

Megan Heisserer and Sydney Newell contributed 14 points apiece and Newell grabbed five rebounds for Notre Dame (13-6, 4-0 SEMO Conference), which outscored the Tigers 40-30 in each half.

Allie Ziegler posted a double-double for Notre Dame with 10 points and 10 rebounds while Faith Essner chipped in six points and three steals for the Bulldogs.

Corrie Reece bucketed a game-high 24 points and had three steals to pace Cape Central (6-12, 0-4) while her sister Abbie Reece tallied 12 points and six rebounds.

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Notre Dame20202812--80

NOTRE DAME (80) -- Faith Essner 6, Megan Heisserer 14, Allie Ziegler 10, Allison Bray 4, Rachel Conrad 5, Sam Brennan 16, Sydney Newell 14, Lexi Welter 11. FG 26, FT 21-31, F 14 (3-pointers: Heisserer 4, Conrad, Brennan, Newell. Fouled out: None.)

CAPE CENTRAL (60) -- Sydney Tollison 8, Corrie Reece 24, Abbie Dumey 4, Scarlet Young 4, Abbie Reece 12, Yienvi Johnson 8. FG 22, FT 10-15, F 24 (3-pointers: C. Reece 4, Dumey, Tollison. Fouled out: Young, Katherine Morton.)

JV -- Notre Dame won.

Meadow Heights 65, Delta 51

Sammantha Miles sank 21 points as the Panthers picked up their first win of the season in a defeat of the shorthanded Bobcats squad at home.

Abi Bristow scored 17 points, 15 of which came from behind the arc, as Meadow Heights (1-15) pounced out to a 38-24 halftime lead and held on for the victory.

Karlee Beggs finished with 21 points to pace Delta (8-10) as the Bobcats were without injured starting point guard Tamera Crowden. She may return for Thursday's home game against Puxico, according to Delta head coach Carl D. Ritter, Jr.

Jaycee Whitener was the third double-digit scorer for Meadow Heights with 13 points.

Delta8161017--51
MHHS20181017--65

DELTA (51) -- Lexi Berry 9, Sierra McCall 4, Carrie Waddle 4, Karlee Beggs 21, Cooper Simpson 8. FG 17, FT 16-23, F 15 (3-pointers: Berry. Fouled out: Waddle.)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (65) -- Abi Bristow 17, Hope Dietiker 4, Sarah Bristow 4, Janie Cook 6, Sammantha Miles 21, Jaycee Whitener 13. FG 23, FT 16-19, F 23 (3-pointers: A. Bristow 5. Fouled out: None.)

Chaffee 44, Woodland 22

The Red Devils' stingy defense propelled the hosts to a win as the Cardinals didn't score more than nine points in a quarter.

Chaffee (12-7) trailed 6-4 after the first quarter but outscored Woodland 15-6 in the second period. From there, the Red Devils secured the victory.

Mattison Cline netted 12 points and Bailey Wiseman chipped in 11 for the Red Devils.

Krista Rhodes led Woodland (9-10) with 15 points and was one of only three Cardinals to score.

Woodland6693--24
Chaffee4151510--44

WOODLAND (24) -- Krista Rhodes 15, Hannah Scott 7, Alyssa Dowd 2. FG 10, FT 2-11, F 9 (3-pointers: Rhodes 2. Fouled out: None.)

CHAFFEE (44) -- Bailey Wiseman 11, Bridgette Swinford 4, Gracie Knutson 5, Mary Beth Knutson 3, Kylie Wilhite 7, Mattison Cline 12, Katie Glueck 2. FG 16, FT 8-14, F 13 (3-pointers: Cline 3, Wiseman. Fouled out: None.)

-- From staff reports

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