MISSOURIAN ROUNDUP: Notre Dame boys basketball holds off Kennett for tight conference win

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Dawson Dohogne sank a game-high 18 points and recorded eight rebounds as the Notre Dame boys basketball team held on and edged Kennett 54-53 in a conference squeaker at home.

The Bulldogs lost all but one quarter of the game -- a third period in which they out-scored the Indians 21-11. That was enough to survive a hard fourth-quarter push from the visitors.

Blake Bauwens tallied 15 points and four assists for Notre Dame (16-6, 2-4 SEMO Conference).

Jad Kenny scored 14 points to pace Kennett (9-11, 1-5).

Kennett10151117--53
Notre Dame9132111--54

KENNETT (53) -- Patrick Maddox 9, Cameron West 2, Ty'Reik Thomas 10, Jarvis Stewart 9, Jaylean Kinnon 9, Jad Kenny 14. FG 21, FT 11-18, F 17 (3-pointers: None. Fouled out: None.)

NOTRE DAME (54) -- Kameron Dohogne 3, Noah Arnzen 3, Blake Bauwens 15, Carter Dame 2, Winston Welter 9, Braden Noel 2, Thomas Crippen 2, Dawson Dohogne 18. FG 20, FT 8-15, F 18 (3-pointers: Arnzen, Bauwens. Fouled out: D. Dohogne.)

Scott City 85, Oak Ridge 77

Dylan Keller scored a game-high 39 points and recorded seven rebounds and six steals as the host Rams pulled off the high-scoring conference win over the Bluejays.

Braden Cox finished with 17 points and four steals for Scott City (13-11, 4-2 Scott-Mississippi Conference), which clung to a one-point lead at the intermission and held Oak Ridge at bay in the second half.

Freshman Zach LeGrand scored 23 points and Tyee Curry pitched in 19 points to pace the Bluejays (7-12, 2-5).

Oak Ridge16241819--77
Scott City24172321--85

OAK RIDGE (77) -- David Layton 6, Steven Masterson 10, Jordan Barker 3, Zach LeGrand 23, Jacob Hunt 16, Tyee Curry 19. FG 24, FT 5-7, F 17 (3-pointers: LeGrand 4, Hunt 2, Barker, Masterson. Fouled out: None.)

SCOTT CITY (85) -- Dylan Keller 39, Jeremiah Tims 6, Eli Berry 4, Spencer Stratman 8, Joe Panagos 3, Casey Medlin 8, Braden Cox 17. FG 22, FT 23-28, F 12 (3-pointers: Keller 2, Medlin 2, Panagos, Stratman. Fouled out: None.)

JV -- Oak Ridge won 49-45

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Delta 50, Scott City 32

Carrie Waddle netted a game-high 15 points to lead the host Bobcats in the conference victory over the winless Rams.

Tamera Crowden added 13 points for Delta (9-11, 2-4 Scott-Mississippi Conference).

Faith Grant recorded 11 points to pace Scott City (0-16, 0-6).

Scott City61187--32
Delta13171010--50

SCOTT CITY (32) -- Tori Buckner 7, Ginny Mott 4, Faith Grant 11, Emma Wilhelm 7, Britne Parker 3. FG 11, FT 7-17, F 16 (3-pointers: Buckner. Fouled out: Mott, Parker.)

DELTA (50) -- Tamera Crowden 13, Cooper Simpson 4, Lexi Mitchell 10, Karlee Beggs 6, Carrie Waddle 15, Charlie Carlton 2. FG 17, FT 13-20, F 18 (3-pointers: Mitchell. Fouled out: None.)

Kelly 59, Caruthersville 22

Alyssa Tidwell sank a game-high 14 points as the host Hawks flew high in the win over the Tigers.

Anna Hughes contributed 13 points for Kelly (6-11), which soared out to a 20-point lead at halftime and held the Tigers to single digits in each frame.

Keara Johnson tallied 12 points for Caruthersville (2-10) in the loss.

Caruthersville5953--22
Kelly1321169--59

CARUTHERSVILLE (22) -- Shamera Cobb 3, Stephanie Doss 2, Keara Johnson 12, Kaylynn Bell 1, Mya Carter 4. FG 8, FT 5-16, F 16 (3-pointers: Cobb. Fouled out: None.)

KELLY (59) -- Emmy Bolen 10, Lynsey Powers 2, Mallory Urhahn 2, Jaci Crank 3, Alyssa Tidwell 14, Marissa Jones 9, Hailey Noon 6, Anna Hughes 13. FG 20, FT 10-19, F 15 (3-pointers: Hughes 3. Fouled out: None.)

Oran 68, Woodland 32

Sophomore Leah Cauble scored three more points than the Cardinals in the Eagles' lopsided road rout.

Cauble led all scorers with a game-high 35 points and recorded nine steals, six rebounds and three assists to lead Oran (19-2). Jessie Long notched 12 points and six rebounds for the Eagles, who maintained a 17-point lead at the break and held the Cardinals to single digits in the second half.

Krista Rhodes paced Woodland (8-14) with 13 points.

Oran2219243--68
Woodland121271--32

ORAN (68) -- MacKenzie Graviett 2, Brianna Stause 8, Kaylee Payne 3, Katelyn Streeter 3, Leah Cauble 35, Jessie Long 12, Claire Ramsey 5. FG 18, FT 8-10, F 10 (3-pointers: Cauble 4, Stause 2, Payne, Ramsey. Fouled out: None.)

WOODLAND (32) -- Lainey Long 3, Maddison Altenthal 6, Emma Cook 2, Krista Rhodes 13, Hannah Scott 2, Alyssa Dowd 4, Tiana Wiseman 2. FG 6, FT 8-12, F 6 (3-pointers: Rhodes 3, Long. Fouled out: None.)

Cape Central 35, Kennett 27

Yienvi Johnson scored 14 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead the Tigers to their first conference win of the season in the victory over the visiting Indians.

Sydney Tollison tallied seven steals to go along with her four points for Cape Central (9-12, 1-4 SEMO Conference), which started strong and finished stronger in holding the Indians to single digits in all four quarters.

Heidi Shetley sank 11 points to pace Kennett (11-11, 1-5).

Kennett5499--27
Central106514--35

KENNETT (27) -- Dakayla Duckworth 9, Hadley Hilburn 2, Tyneshia Wilson 3, Kayton Harris 2, Heidi Shetley 11. FG 6, FT 12-18, F 17 (3-pointers: Duckworth. Fouled out: None.)

CAPE CENTRAL (35) -- Sydney Tollison 4, Corrie Reece 3, Abby Dumey 3, Scarlet Young 3, Katherine Morton 2, Abbie Reece 6, Yienvi Johnson 14. FG 10, FT 9-18, F 17 (3-pointers: Dumey, A. Reece. Fouled out: None.)

JV -- Cape Central won 17-12 (Half)

Dexter 63, Notre Dame 56

Megan Heisserer scored a game-high 22 points, all but one of which came from behind the arc, but it was not enough as the Bulldogs were unable to make up for a strong second-quarter performance by the host Bearcats to fall on the road in the conference loss.

Sam Brennan finished with 12 points and seven rebounds for Notre Dame (13-8, 4-2 SEMO Conference) while Allie Ziegler notched 10 points and five rebounds.

The Bulldogs jumped out to a three-point lead at the end of the first quarter but were outscored by the Bearcats by 15 points in the second quarter. A 12-point halftime deficit proved unsurmountable for the Bulldogs.

Krysten Garrison scored 17 points to lead Dexter (13-8, 3-1) while Chaylea Mosby tossed in 15 points for the Bearcats.

Notre Dame13101419--56
Dexter10251315--63

NOTRE DAME (56) -- Faith Essner 4, Megan Heisserer 22, Allie Ziegler 10, Sam Brennan 12, Lexi Welter 8. FG 14, FT 7-8, F 17 (3-pointers: Heisserer 7. Fouled out: Ziegler.)

DEXTER (63) -- Maycie Martin 2, Natalie Sitze 7, Cheyenne Mosby 2, Hannah Thurmon 11, Krysten Garrison 17, Harley Allen 9, Chaylea Mosby 15. FG 18, FT 12-16, F 14 (3-pointers: Allen 3, Cha. Mosby, Sitze. Fouled out: None.)

JV -- Notre Dame won

Jackson 61, Sikeston 37

Senior Rylee Stafford bucketed a team-high 14 points as the Indians prevailed over the Bulldogs on senior night to pick up the conference win.

Mah Massey contributed 10 points for Jackson (16-4, 4-1 SEMO Conference), which stormed out to an 11-point lead at halftime and outscored the Bulldogs by 13 points in the second half to come away with the victory.

Tyeshia Mitchell sank a game-high 18 points to sustain Sikeston (7-14, 0-6) in the loss.

Sikeston1421110--37
Jackson1892212--61

SIKESTON (37) -- Kiera Steward 15, Zayteanna Williams 2, Antravia Green 2, Tyeshia Mitchell 18. FG 8, FT 3-5, F 11 (3-pointers: Steward 5, Mitchell. Fouled out: None.)

JACKSON (61) -- Randa Norman 8, Nikki Sotak 7, Rylee Stafford 14, Abby Hermann 6, Mah Massey 10, Deanna Mirly 3, Nicole Humphreys 4, Alexis Allstun 9. FG 13, FT 8-13, F 9 (3-pointers: Stafford 4, Hermann 2, Massey, Mirly, Sotak. Fouled out: None.)

JV -- Jackson won

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