Missourian Roundup: Area swimmers compete in big invite

Notre Dame, Jackson, and Saxony Lutheran all competed in the Ladue Girl’s Swim Invitational with the Bulldogs finishing fourth, the Indians finishing 11th and the Crusaders finishing 13th.

Notre Dame’s highest individual finisher was Delaney Langenstein, who came in third in the 100 breaststroke.

Jackson’s Courtney Huckabee and Dawson Tally finished fourth and fifth in the same event to lead Jackson.

Savannah Spencer had a fourth-place finish in the 200 freestyle to pace Saxony Lutheran. Lexi Jansen also picked up two fourth-place finishes in the 100 butterfly and the 500 freestyle for the Bulldogs.

TEAM — 4. Notre Dame 183, 11. Jackson 75, 13. Saxony Lutheran 39

200 Medley Relay — 4. Notre Dame (Jane West, Delaney Langenstein, Lexi Jansen, Abby Jansen) 2:03.21; 12. Notre Dame (Allie Buchheit, Alessandra Rubi, Emily Bruns, Paige Barber) 2:17.79; 16. Jackson (Maddie Dean, Dawson Tally, Courtney Huckabee, Haley Bieser) 2:18.44; 18. Saxony Lutheran 2:24.80

200 Freestyle — 4. Savannah Spencer (SL) 2:11.42; 6. Tally (J) 2:20.27; 17. Barber (ND) 2:36.27; 25. Taylor Folsom (ND) 2:48.90; 34. Kathryn Taylor (ND) 3:11.41

200 Individual Medley — 8. Huckabee (J) 2:33.17; 9. Langenstein (ND) 2:37.16; 13. A. Jansen (ND) 2:42.33; 15. Bruns (ND) 2:49.75; 23. Rubi (ND) 2:55.39 24. Faith Cates (SL) 2:57.91

50 Freestyle — 14. Buchheit (ND) 29.22; 24. Grace Landewee (ND) 30.19; 28. Stacie Bangert (SL) 31.54; 29. Rubi (ND) 31.95; 30. Bieser (J) 31.98; 33. Bailey Thompson (SL) 34.12; 36. Celia Keran (ND) 34.98; 39. Roselyn Hernandez (J) 40.30

100 Butterfly — 4. L. Jansen (ND) 1:06.80; 12. West (ND) 1:16.68; 15. Bruns (ND) 1:18.95; 23. Sha’re Phelps (ND) 1:36.91

100 Freestyle — 20. Dean (J) 1:09.24; 27. Folsom (ND) 1:17.11; 31. Ella Shaffar (ND) 1:19.56; 35. Taylor (ND) 1:22.67; 40. Cheyanne Joiner (ND) 1:40.61

500 Freestyle — 4. L. Jansen (ND) 5:53.64; 6. Spencer (SL) 5:55.08; 8. A. Jansen (ND) 6:15.24;

200 Freestyle Relay — 4. Notre Dame (West, Langenstein, A. Jansen, L. Jansen) 1:52.36; 15. Notre Dame (Barber, Keran, Rubi, Landewee) 2:05.27; 23. Jackson (Bieser, Dean, Hernandez, Huckabee) 2:16.71; 24. Notre Dame (Folsom, Kathleen Johnson, Taylor, Sophia Ohmes) 2:18.57; 29. Notre Dame (Bridget Bailey, Elizabeth Raines, Shaffar, Joiner) 2:34.33

100 Backstroke — 6. West (ND) 1:10.41; 15. Buchheit (ND) 1:17.66; 23. Bangert (SL) 1:20.74; 29. Celia (ND) 1:31.87; 30. Phelps (ND) 1:32.34

100 Breaststroke — 3. Langenstein (ND) 1:16.35; 4. Huckabee (J) 1:17.59; 5. Tally (J) 1:18.02; 24. Cates (SL) 1:33.49; 35. Landewee (ND) 1:44.70; 36. Raines (ND) 1:45.59 37. Shaffar (ND) 1:47.44

400 Freestyle Relay — 11. Notre Dame (Phelps, Buchheit, Landewee, Bruns) 4:40.41; 18. Notre Dame (Bailey, Folsom, Raines, Keran) 5:27.47; 21. Notre Dame (Johnson, Joiner, Ohmes, Taylor) 5:46.09.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Cape Central 54, Rockwood Summit 51

The one-seeded Cape Central boys basketball team defeated the third-seeded Rockwood Summitt Falcons 54-51 on Saturday to win the Fountain City Classic in DeSoto.

The Tigers trailed 23-15 after the first quarter but allowed only 28 points total the rest of the way to secure the victory. Doreante’ Tucker was Cape Central’s (3-0) leading scorer, finishing with 14 points and two of the Tigers four three-pointers. Two other players reached double figures for Cape Central as Tyrus Reddin finished with 11 points and Anthony Mackins ended the game with 10 points.

The Tigers will be right back in tournament action as they play in the SEMO Conference Tournament in Sikeston this week.

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CAPE CENTRAL (54) — Doreante’ Tucker 14, Tyrus Reddin 11, Anthony Mackins 10, Cameron Williams 6, Darion Triplett 5, Dorian Triplett 4, Rodlandis Robinson 4. FG 23, FT 4-5, F 11 (3-pointers: Tucker 2, Reddin, Da. Triplett. Fouled out: none)

Delta 56, Woodland 52

Woodland scored the initial 14 points of its game with Delta Monday and eventually built a 19-8 lead early in the second quarter. However, the Bobcats exploded for 27 points in the third quarter and rallied for the victory.

Holweg paced the Bobcats with 13 rebounds, while Coley Blattell grabbed nine.

The Bobcats are 5-0, while the Cardinals are 1-4.

Delta 8 12 27 9 - 56

Woodland 19 9 10 14 - 52

DELTA (56) — Hampton 4, White 8, Miller 2, Coley Blattel 20, Holweg 16, Lacey Blattel 6. Fouls 19, FG 21, 3-ptrs: (White), FT 13-24.

WOODLAND — Altenthal 6, Goodwin 6, Whitener 2, Sanford 2, Johnson 16, Brown 2, Mudro 3, Cowell 15. Fouls 20, FG 20, 3-ptrs: (Brown 4, Cowell 2), FT 8-20.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Kelly 53, Chaffee 30

The second-seeded Hawks defeated the seventh-seeded Red Devils in the quarterfinals of the Chaffee Invitational Tournament.

Brooke Kilburn and Braelyn Pobst combined to score over half Chaffee’s (0-4) points, as they each finished with a team-high eight. Pobst also hit two three-pointers. Lauren Wagoner chipped in five points for the Red Devils.

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CHAFFEE (30) — Brooke Kilburn 8, Braelyn Pobst 8, Lauren Wagoner 5, Jordan Welch 4, Charlie Carlton 3, Baylee Elfrink. FG 12, FT 3-9, F 8 (3-pointers: Pobst 2, Welch. Fouled out: none)

Advance 48, Oak Ridge 29

The Hornets outscored the Bluejays 15-2 in the fourth quarter to pick up a road win.

Oak Ridge (0-5) trailed by six entering the final quarter but could get nothing going offensively. The Bluejays were led by Paige Glueck, who scored nine points. Zoe Berry and Mae Masterson each made two three-pointers to finish with six points for Oak Ridge.

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OAK RIDGE (29) — Paige Glueck 9, Zoe Berry 6, Mae Masterson 6, Mia Friese 4, Abby Morrison 2, Bailey Brewer 2. FG 12, FT 0-6, F 13 (3-pointers: Berry 2, Masterson 2, Glueck. Fouled out: none)

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