SD ROUNDUP: Barnett leads Sikeston to consolation title game; wrestling falls in to DeSoto, Dexter
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. — Sikeston advanced to the consolation championship game of the Girls SEMO Conference Tournament after a 50-26 win over Kennett on Tuesday.
Taydrianna Barnett let the Lady Bulldogs with 24 points. Karris Allen added 12, and Amyari Blissett finished with 10.
Anelle Harris led the Lady Indians with 10 points.
Sikeston (1-1) faces Cape Central on Thursday, at 5:30 p.m., at Cape Central High School, in Cape Girardeau, Mo.
KENNETT (26) — Anelle Harris 10, Caroline Patton 6, Ara Spielman 4, Taleigh Harrel 4, Katara Raiford 2. FG 11, FT 3-14, F 12. (3-pointers: Patton, Spielman. Fouled out: none)
SIKESTON (50) — Taydrianna Barnett 24, Karris Allen 12, Amyari Blissett 10, Armani Hodges 4. FG 26, FT 3-10, F 12. (3-pointers: Barnett. Fouled out: none)
Chaffee 64, Scott Central 45
ORAN, Mo. — Bralyn Porter led the Scott Central boys basketball team in scoring for the second-straight game in Tuesday’s consolation semifinal game in the Oran Invitational Tournament.
Porter had 14 points, but the Braves fell 64-45 to Chaffee.
Jagger Sadler led Chaffee with 22 points, while Drew Swinford added 17 and Alec Brown, 15.
Scott Central (0-2) faces Hayti on Tuesday, at Ronnie Cookson Gymnasium, at 6 p.m.
SCOTT CENTRAL (45) — Bralyn Porter 14, Shemaur Baker 9, Keron Banks 9, Kobie Burton 8, Colton Vance 5. FG 19, FT 4-6, F 17. (3-pointers: Porter, Vance, Baker. Fouled out: Burton).
CHAFFEE (64) — Jagger Sadler 22, Drew Swinford 17, Alec Brown 15, Peyton Atkins 6, Brennan Fowler 2, Wyatt Parker 2. FG 23, FT 14-19, F 15. (3-pointers: Brown 3, Swinford. Fouled out: Atkins)
Portageville 87, North Pemiscot 18
WARDELL, Mo. — Six Portageville players scored double-figures in the Bulldogs rout of North Pemiscot on Tuesday.
Drew Irby and Alex Winsor led the team with 14 points each. Brendan Garmon and Joey Chamberlain each had 13, A.J. Hicks finished with 12, and Jabryson Rand 11.
Portageville (1-0) got out to a quick start, leading 34-3 after the first quarter, and 60-6 at halftime.
The Bulldogs play at East Prairie next Thursday, with junior varsity starting at 6 p.m. and varsity to follow.
PORTAGEVILLE (87) — Drew Irby 14, Alex Winsor 14, Brendan Garmon 13, Joey Chamberlain 13, A.J. Hicks 12, Jabryson Rand 11, Kelan Bills 6, Lamonte Dixson 4, Trey Townsend 2. FG 35, FT 12-26, F 10. (3-pointers: Irby 3, Rand, Chamberlain. Fouled out: none)
N. PEMISCOT (18) — Billy Moore Jr. 14, Josiah Roberts 3, Dalton Lytle 1. FG 6, FT 1-2, F 20. (3-pointers: Moore Jr. 4, Roberts. Fouled out: none)
NMCC 51, Kennett 30; NMCC 48, Notre Dame 22
KENNETT, Mo. — The New Madrid County Central wrestling team opened up the season with a pair of wins in a tri-match against Kennett and Notre Dame.
The Eagles defeated Kennett 51-30, and Notre Dame 48-22. There was no other information provided.
DeSoto 46, Sikeston 33; Dexter 42, Sikeston 33
DEXTER, Mo. — Sikeston dropped a pair of matches in a tri-match on Tuesday, against DeSoto and Dexter.
In the first match, the Bulldogs fell to DeSoto 46-33.
Jacob Leavitt picked up a win by forfeit, at 106 pounds, while Eddie Foster won in 49 seconds against DeSoto’s Payton DeClue.
Trey Scott and Jonathan Green also picked up wins. Scott won by forfeit, and Green defeated Grant Hearst by a 4-0 decision, at 132 pounds.
In a 138-pound bout, Aaron Hicks defeated Ryder Moyes at 2:32 by pinfall.
Cannon Gaddis also won by forfeit, at 145 pounds, to end the scoring for Sikeston.
In their next match, Sikeston fell to Dexter 42-33.
Gaddis picked up his second victory of the evening, after pinning Dexter’s Jacob Medler at 2:19.
At 152 pounds, Devyn Tinsley defeated Dylan Homan by an 11-7 decision.
Ben Chittenden and Brian Tims each won by pinfall in back-to-back bouts. Chittenden won at 4:11 at 195 pounds, while Tims won at 1:30 in his 220-pound match.
Foster then picked up his second win of the night, by pinning Eric Harmon at 3:33, in a 113-pound match.
DeSoto 36, Sikeston 18
DEXTER, Mo. — Cherei Jones picked up a pinfall win over DeSoto’s Lily Kirk during Tuesday’s 36-18 loss to the Dragons.
Jones won in 58 seconds. Kate Grubbs and Lila Eckert also picked up wins, but by forfeit.