MISSOURIAN ROUNDUP: Oran girls basketball obliterates East Prairie

Friday, February 10, 2017

Sophomore Leah Cauble added to her list of star performances with a game-high 36 points, eight assists and five steals as Oran rolled past East Prairie 83-29 on Thursday night at Oran High School.

The host Eagles scored all the points they needed in the first quarter to notch their 20th win of the season and remain undefeated in conference action with the lopsided win.

Brianna Stause recorded 19 points, seven steals and four assists for Oran (20-2, 6-0 Scott-Mississippi Conference), which posted a commanding 61-14 advantage at halftime that proved too much for the visiting Eagles to overcome.

Mackenzie Williams tallied 14 points to pace East Prairie (2-15, 1-6).

E. Prairie68132--29
Oran3427157--83

EAST PRAIRIE (29) -- Grace Sutton 2, Jordan Harper 2, Olivia Douglas 4, Megan Chaney 2, Kayla Linhart 3, Kennedy Bennett 2, Mackenzie Williams 14. FG 11, FT 7-10, F 14 (3-pointers: None. Fouled out: None.)

ORAN (83) -- MacKenzie Graviett 2, Brianna Stause 19, Kaylee Payne 11, Katelyn Streeter 5, Leah Cauble 36, Jessie Long 7, Claire Ramsey 3. FG 24, FT 8-12, F 9 (3-pointers: Cauble 4, Stause 3, Ramsey, Streeter. Fouled out: None.)

Clearwater 71, Scott City 46

Britne Parker scored 12 points to pace the Rams in their loss to the Tigers at home.

Faith Grant contributed 11 points for Scott City (0-18), which trailed by six points at halftime and was outscored by 19 points in the second half.

Only four players scored for Clearwater (2-14) with all cracking double digits. Rachel Rowold bucketed a game-high 24 points while Cheyanne Burton pitched in 18 points to lead the Tigers to victory.

Clearwater14162417--71
Scott City12121012--46

CLEARWATER (71) -- Cheyanne Burton 18, Rachel Rowold 24, Brittany Adams 16, Michala Luedemann 13. FG 24, FT 11-16, F 13 (3-pointers: Adams 2, Burton 2. Fouled out: None.)

SCOTT CITY (46) -- Tori Buckner 3, Hannah Schrum 9, Ginny Mott 6, Faith Grant 11, Ashley Wilthong 2, Emma Wilhelm 3, Britne Parker 12. FG 13, FT 8-14, F 15 (3-pointers: Parker 2, Buckner, Schrum. Fouled out: Mott.)

Woodland 46, Delta 35

Krista Rhodes was the only player to finish in double digits with a game-high 15 points as the Cardinals picked up a vengeful victory over the visiting Bobcats.

Alyssa Dowd added nine points, all from behind the arc, for Woodland (9-14).

The Cardinals were behind by one point at the break but outscored the Bobcats by 12 points in the second half to soar away with the win.

Cooper Simpson and Carrie Waddle combined for 18 points with nine points apiece to sustain Delta (9-12) in the loss.

It was the teams' third encounter this season with the Bobcats prevailing in both of the prior meetings.

Delta910412--35
Woodland1261513--46

DELTA (35) -- Tamera Crowden 6, Lexi Mitchell 7, Carrie Waddle 9, Karlee Beggs 2, Cooper Simpson 9, Charlie Carlton 2. FG 13, FT 3-10, F 10 (3-pointers: Simpson, Waddle. Fouled out: None.)

WOODLAND (46) -- Lainey Long 6, Maddison Altenthal 7, Emma Cook 1, Krista Rhodes 15, Hannah Scott 8, Alyssa Dowd 9. FG 8, FT 6-14, F 12 (3-pointers: Dowd 3, Rhodes 3, Long 2. Fouled out: None.)

Dexter 64, Cape Central 39

Abbie Reece bucketed 15 points but it was not enough as the Tigers' winning streak came to a halt at the hands of the Bearcats in the conference loss at home.

Yienvi Johnson tallied 10 rebounds to go along with her nine points for Cape Central (9-13, 1-5 SEMO Conference), which was held to single digits in the first three quarters and trailed by 10 points at the break. The Bearcats stormed out in the third quarter and scored half of their total points in the third frame.

Hannah Thurmon led all scorers with 17 points while Krysten Garrison tossed in 15 points to lead Dexter (14-8, 4-1).

Dexter1412326--64
Central97716--39

DEXTER (64) -- Maycie Martin 2, Rylee Allen 2, Natalie Sitze 10, Meghan Trout 2, Cheyenne Mosby 2, Hannah Thurmon 17, Krysten Garrison 15, Harley Allen 3, Chaylea Mosby 11. FG 23, FT 5-11, F 17 (3-pointers: H. Allen, Cha. Mosby, Sitze, Thurmon. Fouled out: None.)

CAPE CENTRAL (39) -- Sydney Tollison 8, Corrie Reece 2, Abby Dumey 3, Scarlet Young 2, Abbie Reece 15, Yienvi Johnson 9. FG 13, FT 7-17, F 9 (3-pointers: Dumey, Tollison. Fouled out: None.)

JV -- Dexter won

Jackson 67, Nerinx Hall 51

Rylee Stafford scored a game-high 26 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead the Indians to victory over the Markers on the road in the suburban St. Louis area.

Alexis Allstun chipped in 21 points for Jackson (17-4), which stormed out to an 11-point lead at halftime and outscored the Markers by five points in the second half.

Gretchen Graf netted 20 points to pace Nerinx Hall (12-9).

The Indians return to the St. Louis area on Saturday when they will face Parkway South.

Jackson23131318--67
Nerinx Hall916818--51

JACKSON (67) -- Randa Norman 4, Nikki Sotak 2, Rylee Stafford 26, Abby Hermann 5, Mah Massey 5, Nicole Humphreys 4, Alexis Allstun 21. FG 16, FT 14-23, F 15 (3-pointers: Stafford 5, Hermann, Massey. Fouled out: Allstun.)

NERINX HALL (51) -- Maggie Kinealy 9, Ellie McArthur 4, L. Heckel 5, Gretchen Graf 20, Madison Duff 10, Tierney Lanter 3. FG 13, FT 13-19, F 17 (3-pointers: Duff 2, Graf, Kinealy. Fouled out: Lanter.)

JV -- Nerinx Hall won

Kelly 60, NMCC 57

Alyssa Tidwell led all scorers with 21 points as it came down to the nitty gritty for the host Hawks in the narrow but high-fouling victory over the Eagles.

Marissa Jones sank 13 points for Kelly (7-12), which soared to a seven-point advantage at the break before the Eagles attempted a second-half comeback but ultimately fell three points short. Alexus Jordan and Keionte Tillman combined for 28 points with 14 apiece to pace New Madrid County Central (9-11). A total of 56 fouls were committed between the two teams with 28 fouls apiece and six players (three on each team) fouling out.

NMCC11111619--57
Kelly11181417--60

NEW MADRID COUNTY CENTRAL (57) -- Alexis Phillips 8, Karlie Frazier 6, Kiara Brown 4, Alexus Jordan 14, Aaliyah Phillips 11, Keionte Tillman 14. FG 19, FT 19-34, F 28 (3-pointers: None. Fouled out: Frazier, Jordan, Aa. Phillips.)

KELLY (60) -- Lauren Wadlington 2, Emmy Bolen 7, Mallory Urhahn 1, Jaci Crank 2, Alyssa Tidwell 21, Marissa Jones 13, Hailey Noon 8, Anna Hughes 5. FG 18, FT 22-40, F 28 (3-pointers: Bolen. Fouled out: Hughes, Noon, Tidwell.)

JV -- NMCC won 20-13 (Half)

Perryville 49, Windsor 40

Sydney Spears tallied 11 points and five rebounds as the Pirates picked up their first and only conference victory of the season in the win at home over the Owls.

Kirsten Stief added 10 points for Perryville (6-14, 1-3 JCAA Conference-Large Schools Division), which sailed out to a six-point lead at the break before the Owls cut the deficit in half at the end of the second half. Maci Hotop snagged 11 rebounds to go along with her four points for the Pirates.

Shaina Kmetz bucketed a game-high 14 points to pace Windsor (4-18, 0-4).

Windsor147415--40
Perryville1017616--49

WINDSOR (IMPERIAL) (40) -- Calli Robertson 4, Abby Holloway 10, Kaitlin Lewis 1, Madi New 4, Camryn Clark 7, Shaina Kmetz 14. FG 12, FT 7-11, F 11 (3-pointers: Holloway 2, Kmetz. Fouled out: None.)

PERRYVILLE (49) -- Erin McGarvey 4, Lydia Cook 2, Kirsten Stief 10, Maci Hotop 4, Jasmyn Mahathath 4, Alyssa Stortz 9, Sydney Spears 11, Brooke Buerck 1, Hannah Layton 4. FG 14, FT 6-7, F 12 (3-pointers: Stortz 3, Stief 2. Fouled out: None.)

JV -- Perryville won 44-14

Herculaneum 63, St. Vincent 55

Jackie Verseman drained 21 points as the Indians missed the chance to claim the regular-season conference championship of the JCAA Conference (Small Schools Division) outright by suffering their first and only conference loss of the season to the Black Cats.

Jenna Winkler added 10 points for St. Vincent (14-8, 4-1 JCAA Conference-Small Schools Division), which trailed by six points at the intermission and were outscored by two points in the second half to sustain the loss.

Ashley Lodike also finished with 21 points, all from behind the arc, while Emily Fischer chipped in 12 points to lead Herculaneum (14-7, 3-1).

Herculaneum20131515--63
St. Vincent9181414--55

HERCULANEUM (63) -- RaeAnn Fuller 11, Emily Fischer 12, Lauren Partney 9, Ashley Lodike 21, Taylor Metcalf 6, Claire Shadowens 4. FG 9, FT 15-29, F 8 (3-pointers: Lodike 7, Fischer, Metcalf, Partney. Fouled out: None.)

ST. VINCENT (55) -- Jenna Winkler 10, Corin Carroll 9, Kalli Seabaugh 2, Jamie Best 2, Faith Kapp 6, Abby Buchheit 5, Jackie Verseman 21. FG 23, FT 3-7, F 20 (3-pointers: Buchheit, Carroll. Fouled out: Carroll.)

JV -- St. Vincent won 48-41

BOYS BASKETBALL

Zalma 72, Oak Ridge 69

Peyton Ford drained 17 points, 15 of which came from behind the arc, as the Bulldogs staved off a scare from the visiting Bluejays to squeeze out the conference victory on Homecoming night.

Dallan Stotts contributed 16 points for Zalma (10-11, 3-2 Mississippi Valley Conference), which was behind by one point at halftime but went on to outscore the Bluejays by four points in the second half to get the win. Logan Borders netted 13 points while Jacob Steinberg chipped in 12 points for the Bulldogs.

Freshman David Layton sank a game-high 18 points while Jordan Barker tossed in 17 points to sustain Oak Ridge (7-14, 2-3) in the loss.

Oak Ridge25141119--69
Zalma19191222--72

OAK RIDGE (69) -- Tyee Curry 10, Steven Masterson 3, Jordan Barker 17, David Layton 18, Zach LeGrand 16, Drew Kranawetter 5. FG 16, FT 16-17, F 17 (3-pointers: Barker 5, Kranawetter, Masterson. Fouled out: Curry.)

ZALMA (72) -- Mayson Casey 11, Jacob Steinberg 12, Peyton Ford 17, Logan Borders 13, Alex Durbin 3, Dallan Stotts 16. FG 17, FT 11-23, F 15 (3-pointers: Ford 5, Casey 2, Stotts 2. Fouled out: Ford.)

JV -- Oak Ridge won

Eagle Ridge Christian School 60, Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis 55

Nemanja Tosic busted a game-high 29 points to lead the Eagles to victory over the Crusaders in the second round of the Metro Athletics Conference (MAC) Tournament at Thomas Jefferson School in the St. Louis area.

Hunter Jones added 19 points for Eagle Ridge (17-8), which trailed by six points at halftime but used a strong final quarter to get the come-from-behind victory.

John Samuel scored 23 points while Ellis Green contributed 17 points for Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis (10-16).

Eagle Ridge will face Providence Classical Christian Academy at 1:30 p.m. Saturday for fifth place, which will be played at Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis.

ERCS12101622--60
CAGSTL6221611--55

EAGLE RIDGE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL (60) -- Michael Roth 4, Nemanja Tosic 29, Hunter Jones 19, Anand Patel 3, Karsten Sowers 3, Logan Schwieger 2. FG 19, FT 10-13, F 12 (3-pointers: Jones, Sowers, Tosic. Fouled out: None.)

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF GREATER ST. LOUIS (55) -- Ellis Green 17, Justin Smith 8, Josh Collins 2, John Samuel 23, Latrell Wimbley 1. FG 11, FT 8-11, F 15 (3-pointers: Green 4, Smith 2, Samuel. Fouled out: None.)

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