SD ROUNDUP: East Prairie routs Scott Central 66-44; Drew Irby scores 29 points, limits Fowler in 53-45 loss to Campbell

EAST PRAIRIE, Mo. — Opening up strong, the East Prairie boys basketball team outscored Scott County Central 21-9 in the opening period, en route to a 66-44 win over the Braves on Tuesday night.

Harrison Moore led all scorers with 20 points. Jase Aycock and Jack Scruggs each had 11 for the Eagles, while Evan Howell and Hayden Ellis had seven.

Garrison Scott finished with six points, while Zack Triplett rounded out the scoring with four.

Edward Farr led the Braves with 16 points. Keshawn Sanders had eight, while Bralyn Porter and C. Uona each had seven.

Keron Banks rounded out Scott County Central’s total, with six points.

Campbell 53, Portageville 45

CAMPBELL, Mo. — Campbell star Blake Fowler is known to score at will, no matter what defense he faces.

On Tuesday night, however, Portageville was able to limit his scoring, as Fowler had 18, in Campbell’s 53-45 win over the Bulldogs.

Jacob Vines led the Camels with 16 points, while Skylar Morrison had eight. Carlos Camargo and Kaden Siebert each had seven as well.

Drew Irby led all scorers with 29 points for the Bulldogs. However, he was the only one to do much damage.

Brendan Garmon finished with six points, while Kelan Bills had five. Jabryson Rand finished with three, while Joey Chamberlain had two.

Girls Basketball

Portageville 55, Puxico 29

PORTAGEVILLE, Mo. — Garielle Madison led all scorers, with 16, as the Portageville girls’ basketball team defeated Puxico on Tuesday.

Hailey Tipler added 11 points, as the Lady Bulldogs defeated Puxico 55-29 at Portageville High School.

Akiyah Jordan and Amiyah Saxton each finished with eight points, while Jauslyn Johnson had six for the Lady Bulldogs. Jayla Coger finished with four, while Roniah Ray finished with two to finish out the scoring.

Alivia Taylor led Puxico with nine points, while Kaly Haynes had seven, Katie Payne six, Gracey Wilkerson four, and Hannah Salinas three.

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