Semoball

MISSOURIAN ROUNDUP: St. Vincent boys topple Oak Ridge, move to 4-0

The St. Vincent boys basketball team took a consistent approach to a home victory, scoring at least 18 points in each quarter of an 82-54 victory Friday over visiting Oak Ridge in Perryville, Missouri.

St. Vincent (4-0) scored 20 points in each of the first two quarters for a 40-37 lead at halftime and outscored Oak Ridge 24-12 in the third quarter for a commanding 15-point lead.

Oak Ridge (2-3) connected on 10 pointers, but David Layton, who scored 33 points in a loss to Delta earlier this week, was held to just seven points after scoring the Blue Jays' first five points of the game.

"We did a good job defending them. They hit 10 3s, and they had to work for all of them," St. Vincent coach Bruce Valleroy said.

Alex Brickhaus led the Indians with 22 points, while Garrett Dobbelare was right behind with 20. Shawn Koisler and Luke Brickhaus added 13 and 12 points, respectively.

Zach LeGrand scored a team-high 15 points for Oak Ridge, with Kyron Newell, 14 points, the only other Blue Jay in double figures.

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St. Vincent20202418--82

OAK RIDGE (54) -- Tanner Shamburg 5, Kyron Newell 14, Drew Glueck 7, Zach LeGrand 15, David Layton 7, M. Keith 3, Bryce Hahs 3. FG 20, FT 5-10, F 20 (3-pointers: Newell 4, Glueck, LeGrand 3, Layton, Keith. Fouled out: none)

ST. VINCENT (82) -- Alex Brickhaus 22, Luke Brickhaus 12, Shawn Koisler 13, Garrett Dobbelare 20, Colby Hager 4, Ryan Mingione 6, Charles Sauer 5. FG 28, FT 20-25, F 11 (3-pointers: A. Brickhaus 4, Dobbelare 2. Fouled out: none)

Woodland 56, Chaffee 41

The Cardinals jumped out to a 21-point lead by halftime and cruised to the road victory in Chaffee, Missouri.

Rafe Johnson scored 14 points to lead Woodland, which also received 11 points from Jamon Frymire and 10 from Cecil Abernathy.

Wyatt Parker paced Chaffee with 11 points.

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Chaffee491513--41

WOODLAND (56) -- Jamon Frymire 11, Carter Mayfield 3, Cecil Abernathy 10, Lane VanGennip 8, Jarid Frymire 6, Kyle Balsman 4, Rafe Johnson 14. FG 21, FT 8-12, F 8 (3-pointers: J. Frymire 3, Mayfield, Abernathy 2. Fouled out: none)

CHAFFEE (41) -- Alec Brown 9, Peyton Atkins 2, Malaki Fitzgerald 5, Drew Swinford 6, Login Rhodes 6, Wyatt Parker 11, Casey Clover 2. FG 14, FT 6-6, F 17 (3-pointers: Brown 3, Fitzgerald, Rhodes 2, Parker. Fouled out: Brown)

Delta 104, Scott Co. Central 54

The visiting Bobcats scored 69 points in the first half on their way to a road rout in Morley, Missouri.

Evan Bartels, who had five 3-pointers, led Delta with 21 points, while Eric Berry and Isaiah Thomas each finished with 19.

Keron Banks scored 22 points for the Braves, who trailed 69-29 at halftime. Bralyn Porter added 17 points.

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SCC1217187--54

DELTA (104) -- Evan Bartels 21, Isaiah Thomas 19, Eric Berry 19, Colby Crader 12, Jon Bond 11, Grant Coomer 8, Hunter Ourth 8, Ryan Birkman 2, Carter Scherer 3, Dale Lincoln 1. (3-pointers: Bartels 5, Thomas 4, Bond 2, Coomer, Ourth 2, Scherer.)

SCOTT COUNTY CENTRAL (54) -- Brayln Porter 17, Coltan Vance 4, Keron Banks 22, Shemour Baker 8, Kaden Sadler 2.

Saxony Lutheran 53, Farmington 46

Andrew Schwarting scored 22 points as the Crusaders made a successful debut at home with a win over the Knights.

Jack Foeste added 12 points for Saxony Lutheran.

SAXONY LUTHERAN (53) -- Andrew Schwarting 22, Jack Foeste 12, Ty Miller 5, Ethan Koenig 5, Luke Bartens 4, Lane Koenig 3, Paul Adams 2. (3-pointers: Schwarting 2. Fouled out: Koenig, Miller)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Notre Dame 47, Benton (Ill.,) 31

The Bulldogs bounced back from their first loss of the season with a 16-point win over Benton, Illinois, in the SEMO Border Showdown in Poplar Bluff, Missouri.

Lexi Rubel led the way for the Bulldogs, who improved to 5-1, with 14 points.

Notre Dame led throughout in recovering from a 59-52 loss to Earle, Arkansas, on Thursday.

The Bulldogs will conclude Border Showdown play when they face Ozark at 1 p.m. Saturday.

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Benton48712--31

NOTRE DAME (47) -- Allie Burnett 3, Emily Kellum 5, Alora Smith 5, Leah Jansen 6, Delaney Dohogne 6, Riley Burger 6, Lexi Rubel 14, Tori Rubel 2. FG 18, FT 6-13, F 11 (3-pointers: Burnett, Smith, Dohogne 2, Rubel. Fouled out: none)

BENTON (31) -- Mia Wills 3, Mady Wallace 2, Addisyn Miller 7, Zoe Carton 2, Remi Thomas 3. FG 9, FT 6-8, F 13 (3-pointers: Wills, Miller, Thomas. Fouled out: none)

Valley 55, Meadow Heights 47

Gracie Cook scored 14 points in a loss at home to Valley High School.

The bulk of the Panthers points came at the free-throw line, where they were 19 of 35.

Elizabeth Morris scored a game-high 27 points for the Vikings of Caledonia, Missouri.

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Meadow Hts.1281017--47

VALLEY (55) -- Jaimi Tuttle 2, Emily Bryan 1, Elizabeth Morris 27, Conner Payne 2, T. Aldridge 12, Katie Campbell 11. FG 23, FT 6-15, F 27 (3-pointers: Morris. Fouled out: Bryan)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (47) -- Marissa Byrd 9, Ashley Gruenke 9, Ashley Allen 14, Miranda Green 1, Gracie Cook 14. FG 14, FT 19-35, F 13 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

Eagle Ridge 32, Providence 29

Rachel Margrabe scored a game-high 19 point to lead the Eagles to victory at home.

Sydney Gartman added five points for the Eagles, who improved to 7-2.

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Eagle Ridge210911--32

PROVIDENCE (29) -- E. Wedler 10, H. Bosch 10, K. Stout 4, A. Willbrand 5. FG 13, FT 2-9, F 11 (3-pointers: Willbrand. Fouled out: none)

EAGLE RIDGE (32) -- Anna Hansleman 4, Sydney Gartman 5, Harley Radi 2, Ashley Mink 2, Rachel Margrabe 19. FG 14, FT 3-8, F 10 (3-pointers: Margrabe. Fouled out: none)

GIRLS SWIMMING

Tigers finish fourth

Cape Girardeau Central finished fourth in a quad meet won by Eureka at Central Municipal Pool.

The Wildcats finished first with a 697.5 total, followed by Webster Groves (585), Rockwood Summit (393.5) and Cape Central (337).

The Tigers' top finisher was Lauren Lamar, who took second in the 50 freestyle in 26.18 seconds.

Bella Dennis turned in a pair of third-place finishes in the 100 butterfly (1:05.10) and 100 breaststroke (1:11.08), while Ava Duncan placed third in the 100 backstroke (1:07.12).

Duncan, Lauren Jauch, Dennis and Grace Sanders combined to place third in 200 medley relay (2:07.01).

-- From staff reports

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