MISSOURIAN ROUNDUP: Advance boys basketball ends losing skid with win over Chaffee

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Jack Below poured in 17 points as the Advance boys basketball team snapped a four-game losing streak with a 58-51 road win over Chaffee on Tuesday.

Hunter Curtis netted 16 points, all from behind the arc, for the Hornets (5-7), who had a two-point lead at the break.

Landon Tenkhoff had a game-high 19 points and Douglas Lands added 14 points for the Red Devils (8-7), who suffered from a mid-game slough that proved insurmountable.

Advance is back on its home court Friday for an SCAA Conference matchup with Richland (Essex). Chaffee is also back at home Friday for a Scott-Mississippi Conference showdown with Kelly.

Advance15101518--58
Chaffee149820--51

ADVANCE (58) -- Joe Eaton 2, Wes Shelby 5, Jack Below 17, Hunter Curtis 16, Zach Simms 7, Ridley Bailey 10. FG 12, FT 7-14, F 18 (3-pointers: Curtis 4, Bailey 3, Shelby, Simms. Fouled out: Simms.)

CHAFFEE (51) -- Jagger Sadler 4, Andrew Brown 2, Breven Yarbro 12, Landon Tenkhoff 19, Douglas Lands 14. FG 19, FT 10-17, F 16 (3-pointers: Yarbro. Fouled out: Yarbro.)

JV -- Advance won 53-27

Oak Ridge 65, Leopold 60

David Layton had another banner night, including a double-double with a game-high 31 points and 11 rebounds, and also notched six assists and four steals as the BlueJays withstood a scare from the Wildcats to eke out the conference home victory in a nailbiter.

Zach LeGrand recorded 21 points, including five 3-pointers, and eight rebounds for Oak Ridge (9-4, 1-1 Mississippi Valley Conference), which was up by seven points at halftime but fell behind by two points heading into the last quarter.

Ryan Lewis scored 16 points, all but one of which was from behind the arc, and Landon Dailey also added 16 points to pace Leopold (2-8, 0-2).

Leopold6182016--60
Oak Ridge15161123--65

LEOPOLD (60) -- Cameron Abernathy 8, Caleb Schaab 3, Grant Koenig 4, Ryan Lewis 16, Mason Deck 13, Landon Dailey 16. FG 11, FT 5-8, F 15 (3-pointers: Lewis 5, Abernathy 2, Dailey 2, Schaab. Fouled out: Koenig.)

OAK RIDGE (65) -- Tanner Schamburg 5, Zach LeGrand 21, David Layton 31, Brent Seyer 8. FG 19, FT 6-9, F 14 (3-pointers: LeGrand 5, Layton, Schamburg. Fouled out: None.)

JV -- Leopold won 62-33

Meadow Heights 68, Valley 54

Blake Bollinger scored 22 points to lead the Panthers to victory over the Vikings on the road in Caledonia, Missouri.

Tristen Mayfield followed up with 20 points for Meadow Heights (5-7), which outscored Valley by 11 points in the third quarter after the first-half stalemate.

Skylar DeClue scored 21 points and Michael Presley bucketed 17 points to pace Valley (6-6).

Meadow Hts.17171915--68
Valley1618812--54

MEADOW HEIGHTS (68) -- Kade Lindgren 2, Jacob Barks 10, Blake Bollinger 22, Tristen Mayfield 20, Wyatt Lincoln 12, Kolby Wilfong 2. FG 26, FT 12-18, F 14 (3-pointers: Lincoln 3, Mayfield. Fouled out: None.)

VALLEY (CALEDONIA) (54) -- Michael Presley 17, Ethan Matthews 4, Isaiah Gallaher 4, Andrew Brakefield 3, Skylar DeClue 21, Lane Hampton 1, Keeton Loughary 4. FG 23, FT 5-8, F 14 (3-pointers: Presley 3. Fouled out: Matthews.)

JV -- Meadow Heights won 62-38

De Smet Jesuit 55, Cape Central 54

Kinyon Hodges netted 19 points as the Tigers were unable to fend off the Spartans in the final seconds of the game to suffer only their second loss of the season in the road defeat in the suburban St. Louis area.

Chauncey Hughes chipped in 13 points for Cape Girardeau Central (11-2), which clung to a three-point lead at halftime before the third-quarter standstill.

Jeremiah Walker sank 14 points to help lift DeSmet Jesuit (12-3) to victory.

Central15191010--54
DeSmet11201014--55

CAPE CENTRAL (54) -- Chauncey Hughes 13, Tyrus Reddin 6, Caleb Oswald 3, Doreante' Tucker 9, Kinyon Hodges 19, Dorian Triplett 4. FG 15, FT 18-23, F 13 (3-pointers: Oswald, Triplett. Fouled out: None.)

DESMET JESUIT (55) -- Evan Asleson 13, Jeremiah Walker 14, Thomas Redmond 4, Yaya Keita 8, Sekou Gassamma 7, Michael Skoff 9. FG 14, FT 15-20, F 18 (3-pointers: Skoff 2, Asleson, Walker. Fouled out: Gassamma.)

JV -- DeSmet Jesuit won.

Notre Dame 65, Bernie 32

Justice Thoma led all scorers with 13 points as the Bulldogs came alive in the final eight minutes to handily dispose of the Mules on the road.

Kam Dohogne accumulated 11 points for Notre Dame (5-9), which held the Mules to single digits in the first three frames and maintained a 37-20 advantage heading into the last quarter.

Andrew Geohagan tallied eight points to sustain Bernie (11-3) in the loss.

Notre Dame15121025--62
Bernie77615--35

NOTRE DAME (62) -- Tyler Landewee 5, Kam Dohogne 11, Carter Dame 9, Jack Floyd 1, Drew Heisserer 3, Justice Thoma 13, Braden Noel 5, Caleb LeGrand 6, Brayden Eftink 3, Thomas Crippen 6. FG 17, FT 4-13, F 19 (3-pointers: Thoma 3, Dohogne 2, Dame, Eftink, Heisserer. Fouled out: None.)

BERNIE (35) -- Weston Zoll 4, Landon Zoll 5, Blake Harty 7, Johnny Vaughn 3, Josh Ellenburg 2, Skylar Schwent 4, Hunter Slavings 2, Andrew Geohagan 8. FG 8, FT 7-13, F 10 (3-pointers: Harty, Vaughn, L. Zoll, W. Zoll. Fouled out: None.)

JV -- Notre Dame won 58-30

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Meadow Heights 44, Oak Ridge 24

Ashley Gruenke netted 10 points as the Pathers picked up their second win in as many nights in the victory over the visiting BlueJays.

Isabelle Dietiker contributed nine points, all from behind the arc, for Meadow Heights (6-7).

Paige Glueck finished with eight points to pace Oak Ridge (0-4).

Oak Ridge51054--24
Meadow Hts.171287--44

OAK RIDGE (24) -- Mae Masterson 4, Magdelena Howe 7, Mollie Thompson 2, Paige Glueck 8, Mary-Beth Jensen 6. FG 10, FT 1-9, F 12 (3-pointers: Masterson. Fouled out: None.)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (44) -- Marissa Byrd 4, Kambri Erzfeld 4, Makayla Smith 1, Isabelle Dietiker 9, Kylee Denman 8, Gracie Cook 8, Ashley Gruenke 10. FG 13, FT 3-7, F 13 (3-pointers: Dietiker 3, Gruenke 2. Fouled out: None.)

GIRLS SWIMMING

Cape Central 129, Poplar Bluff 129, Pocahontas (Ark.) 23

The host Mules won six events and the Tigers won five events as both teams tied in the three-team meet at the Black River Coliseum.

Poplar Bluff won all three relays and Raegan McAtee posted a pair of first-place finishes in the 200 individual medley and 100 freestyle, with Paige Bradley also winning the 200 freestyle for the Mules.

Top two finishers

200 medley relay -- 1. Poplar Bluff (Audrey Cisne, Simone Anders, Raegan McAtee, Paige Bradley) 2:04.40; 2. Central (Molly Phegley, Ella Hahs, Lauren Jauch, Mattie Huff) 2:12.68

200 freestyle -- 1. Paige Bradley (PB) 2:17.59; 2. Paige Elder (C) 2:19.86

200 individual medley -- 1. Raegan McAtee (PB) 2:26.77; 2. Grace Sanders (C) 2:43.42

50 freestyle -- 1. Bella Dennis (C) 27.37; 2. Audrey Cisne (PB) 29.17

100 butterfly -- 1. Lauren Jauch (C) 1:08.04; 2. Ava Duncan (C) 1:14.28

100 freestyle -- 1. Raegan McAtee (PB) 1:00.59; 2. Mackenzie Garrett (PB) 1:06.07

500 freestyle -- 1. Allison McDonald (C) 6:12.82; 2. Paige Bradley (PB) 6:25.15

200 freestyle relay -- 1. Poplar Bluff (Olivia Kirkman, Mackenzie Garrett, Simone Anders, Audrey Cisne) 1:57.44; 2. Central (Macee Hoskins, Lauren Jauch, Olivia Koenig, Allison McDonald) 1:58.05

100 backstroke -- 1. Lauren Lamar (C) 1:12.93; 2. Audrey Cisne (PB) 1:14.64

100 breaststroke -- 1. Molly Phegley (C) 1:21.60; 2. Simone Anders (PB) 1:22.21

400 freestyle relay -- 1. Poplar Bluff (Paige Bradley, Mackenzie Garrett, Olivia Kirkman, Raegan McAtee) 4:10.72; 2. Central (Emily Spinner, Lauren Lamar, Ava Duncan, Molly Phegley) 4:20.03

-- From staff reports

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