SD ROUNDUP: Allen scores 20 in Lady Bulldogs’ loss to Cape Central; Scott County Central routs Chaffee

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. — The Tigers outscored Sikeston 18-8 in the fourth quarter to rally for victory in the consolation championship of the SEMO Conference Tournament on Thursday.

Ella Vogel scored six of her 11 points in the final period, and Taylor Horton tallied five of her team-high 12 points.

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CAPE CENTRAL (44) — Alivia Capshaw 5, Taylor Horton 12, Olivia Koch 3, Ella Vogel 11, Erica Goodin 5, Bryonna Thomas 8. FG 17, FT 6-10, F 13 (3-pointers: Capshaw, Horton 2, Koch. Fouled out: none)

SIKESTON (40) — T. Barnett 12, A. Hodges 1, A. Blissett 7, K. Allen 20. FG 18, FT 3-12, F 11 (3-pointers: Allen. Fouled out: none)

-- By staff reports


Scott County Central 71, Chaffee 51

CHAFFEE, Mo. — A 24-4 first quarter was all that the Scott County Central girls basketball team needed against Chaffee.

The Bravettes won 71-51, behind strong showings from seniors Samantha Coffee and Bre’asia Jones.

Coffee led the team with 24 points on 8 of 14 shooting. She also grabbed seven rebounds, dished out six assists, and had three steals and four blocked shots.

Jones has 22 points on 8 of 15 shooting, with six rebounds, seven assists, and nine steals.

Micah Adams added nine points to go along with five rebounds, four assists, and four steals. Kyla Pearson had seven points, Rita Meeker had six points and 10 rebounds, and Timiyah Winston finished off the scoring for Scott County Central with three points.

Portageville 40, Campbell 37

STEELE, Mo. — Garielle Madison led the way for the Portageville girls basketball team, as the Lady Bulldogs defeated Campbell in the consolation championship game of the Pattye Woody Classic.

Madison had 14 points, while Hailey Tipler added 11. Jauslyn Johnson pitched in with eight, while Chrissy Thomas had five, and Amiyah Saxton two.

Gabrielle Nielson, of Campbell, led all scorers with 19. Campbell also had contributions from Adrionna Pearson (nine), Madisyn Townsend (seven), and Marie Wheeler (two).

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