Basketball Roundup, Jan. 21

The Bobcats held the Hornets to one point in the first quarter and never looked back as they picked up a 63-33 home victory.

Ashley White outscored the whole Advance (9-8) team by herself as she poured in 37 points. Coley Blattel pitched in 10 points for good measure. Alandry Below scored 23 in the losing effort.

Delta (11-4) will hit the road for their next game as they are at Oran on Thursday. Advance will be back home to face Meadow Heights on Monday.

Scoring

Advance — 1 10 13 6 — 33

Delta — 15 18 16 14 — 63

ADVANCE (33) — Alandry Below 23, Danielle Markham 4, Jadeyn Metcalf 4, Molly Freed 2. FG 7, FT 17-23 (3-pointers: Below, Markham)

DELTA (63) — Ashley White 37, Coley Blattel 10, Teriana Crowden 5, Kendall Holweg 5, Lacey Blattel 3, Allie Hampton 2, Brooke Coomer 1. FG 25, FT 7-10 (3-Pointers: White 5, Crowden)

St. Vincent 34, Chaffee 28

In a game played on Monday evening, St. Vincent(6-8) earned a six-point home-court win. Chaffee’s (4-6) second-half charge proved to be not enough to overcome the hosts' nine-point halftime lead. The victory for the Indians snaps a four-game string of losses.

Each unit’s leading scorer tallied twelve points. Lacey Best dropped in deuces for SVHS. Braelyn Pobst had a trio of treys included in her dozen for the Lady Devils.

Chaffee next travels to East Prairie on Thursday. St. Vincent hosts St. Paul Lutheran the following Tuesday.

Scoring

Chaffee — 6 5 5 12 — 28

St. Vincent — 13 7 4 10 — 34

CHAFFEE (28) — Braelyn Pobst 12, Rayney Held 6, Ashtyn Rains 3, Brooke Kilburn 3, Charlie Carlton 3, Lauren Wagoner 1. FG 10, FT 5-11, F 13 (3-pointers: Pobst 2, Rains. Fouled out: none)

ST. VINCENT (34) — Lacey Best 12, Genevieve Lipe 9, Mary Schwartz 7, Addie Cates 4, Megan Lipe 2. FG 15, FT 3-7, F 12 (3-pointers: Schwartz. Fouled out: none)

Jackson (Freshmen) 34, Bloomfield (Varsity) 16

Jackson’s freshmen girls easily disposed of Bloomfield on Monday evening on the victor’s hardwood. The Indians had a fifteen point lead built by halftime and stretched the final margin to eighteen.

The lone double-digit scorer in the game was Jackson’s Maci Wendel who connected on four from behind the arc as part of a fourteen-point effort.

Scoring

Bloomfield — 2 5 5 4 - 16

Jackson — 10 12 12 0 - 34

BLOOMFIELD (16) — Ashton Bell 4, Johnna Costigan 4, Adison Musgraves 3, Madison Cox 3, Jenna Yates 2. FG 6, FT 3-5, (3-pointers: Cox)

JACKSON (34) — Maci Wendel 14, Micah Deloach 6, Lauryn McDowell 5, Aubrey Brothers 5, Lillian Gibbs 2, Stormee Rutherford 2. FG 13, FT 1-5, (3-pointers: Wendel 4, Deloach 2, McDowell)

St. Vincent 34, Meadow Heights 25

The Indians used a 10-0 second quarter to defeat the Panthers at home.

Mary Schwartz paced St. Vincent (7-8), scoring 14 points. Ashley Allen led Meadow Heights (3-8) with 11 points.

The Indians next game will be Tuesday at home against St. Paul Lutheran and the Panthers will also be at to take on Woodland on Thursday.

Scoring

Meadow Heights — 7 0 6 12 — 25

St. Vincent — 8 10 8 8 — 34

MEADOW HEIGHTS (25) — Ashley Allen 11, Gracie Cook 6, Kylee Denman 3, Miranda Green 2, Marissa Byrd 2, Chloe Lanigan 1. FG 10 FT 4-8 (3-pointers: Allen)

ST. VINCENT (34) — Mary Schwartz 14, Addie Cates 7, Lacey Best 5, Megan Lipe 4, Hannah Riney 2, Reese Barber 2. FG 14 FT 5-8 (3-pointers: Cates)

Scott County Central 92, East Prairie 26

The Bravettes (10-2) raced out to a 37-6 first-quarter lead on East Prairie in girl’s basketball action Tuesday and ultimately won 92-26.

Scott County Central placed four players in double figures led by Micah Adams and Samantha Coffee with 27 and 26 points, respectively.

Ryanne Ambrose paced the Eagles (0-9) with six points.

East Prairie will host Chaffee Thursday at 7 p.m., while Scott County Central will host Scott City that night at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Scott County Central — 37 23 17 15 - 92

East Prairie — 6 7 3 10 - 26

SCOTT COUNTY CENTRAL (92) - Layla Crisel 2, Samantha Coffee 26, Bre’asia Jones 14, Micah Adams 27, Kyla Pearson 6, Lamjia Warren 3, Rita Meeker 14. FGs 39, FTs 14-25.

EAST PRAIRIE (26) - Alyvia Matheney 2, Jewels Smith 2, Ryanne Ambrose 6, Addy Looney 2, Tori Stinnett 2, Kenzie Williams 5, Victoria Lindley 2, Sierra Gammons 3. FGs 8, FTs 4-11.

Eagle Ridge 41, Christian Academy Greayer 23

Eagle Ridge Christian raced out to a 27-9 lead at home by halftime and were not threatened thereafter. The hosts tacked a second consecutive defensive zero in the third quarter and gave reserves valuable court time during the final eight minutes. Even Greayer’s fourteen markers in that final period did little to sway the eventual outcome.

Rachel Margrabe led a balanced Eagle Ridge attack netting eleven points. Kaelyn Rankel topped all scorers with eighteen in a losing cause.

Scoring

Greayer — 9 0 0 14 — 23

Eagle Ridge — 13 14 10 4 — 41

GREAYER (23) — Kaelyn Rankel 18, Bri Ward 3, Shayla Bryant 2. FG 5, FT 10-15, F 7 (3-pointers: Rankel 2, Ward. Fouled out: none)

EAGLE RIDGE (41) — Rachel Margrabe 11, Sydney Gartman 10, Georgia Hanschen 8, Harley Radi 6, Gracey Mink 4, Neeham Pahl 2. FG 20, FT 1-4, F 14 (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

Twin Rivers 51, Malden 42

Each team rang up a fifteen- point quarter before the halftime break with Twin Rivers(8-8) leading by a single point on their home court. Heading into the final frame the margin was just two, but the Royals converted nine free throws down the stretch to cement their victory. Each team placed three girls in double figures in the scoring summary. Jaylynn led Twin Rivers with 16 while Maddison Mittag and shared honors with 11 each for the Green Wave(5-8).

Twin Rivers next plays Naylor on Jan. 23; Malden travels to Portageville that same evening.

Scoring

Malden — 7 15 11 9 — 42

Twin Rivers — 15 8 12 16 — 51

MALDEN (42) — Madison Mittag 11, Mallory Perkins 11, Madison Saulsberry 10, Brydon Maddox 5, Shamya Dobbins 4, Arionne Ross 1 . FG 16, FT 6-14, F 16 (3-pointers: Mittag 3, Perkins. Fouled out: Mittag, Ross)

TWIN RIVERS (51) — Jaylynn Williams 16, Abbey Hester 13, Brianna South 10, Emma Thurman 4, Hanna Bader 4, Alissa Austin 2, Natalie Baxter 2. FG 18, FT 11-19, F 13 (3-pointers: Williams 3. Fouled out: Hester)

Sikeston 70, Sumner 17

The Bulldogs put three players in double figures, led by Taydrianna Barnett with 23 in a crushing victory of Sumner.

Karris Allen and Shania Hodges scored 16 and 14 respectively for Sikeston (6-7). Sikeston is home to Poplar Bluff Thursday.

Scoring

Sikeston 23 16 26 5 - 70

Sumner 4 0 8 5 - 17

SIKESTON (70) Taydrianna Barnett 23, Karris Allen 16, Shania Hodges 14, Amyari Blissett 5, Camryn Self 4, Kiersten Fairhurst 4, Aliza Phillips 2, Kharis Andrews 2. FG 34, FT 4-10, F 6. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none.)

SUMNER (17) S. Baker 13, C. Harris 2, J. Polk 1, A. Thames 1. FG 5, FT 4-9, F 10. (3-pointers: Baker. Fouled out: none.)

Scott City 65, Caruthersville 47

Scott City raced out to a 31-18 halftime lead and was never threatened in the second half of its 65-47 win over Caruthersville Tuesday in girl's basketball action.

The Rams(7-6) were led by Kacie Daigger with 28 points, while the Tigers (5-6) were paced by Karmella Robinson with 11 points and Keara Johnson with 14.

Caruthersville will host Holcomb Tuesday at 6 p.m., while Scott City will visit Scott County Central Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Scott City — 18 13 13 21 - 65

Caruthersville — 9 9 18 11 - 47

SCOTT CITY (65) — Kacie Daigger 28, Lily Calhoun 15, McKenzie Sweet 8, Jersey Black 6, Aleah Morrill 6, Taylor Kluesner 2, Liza Dannenmueller 2. FGs 27, FTs 7-13 (3-pointers: Daigger 4).

CARUTHERSVILLE (47) — Keara Johnson 14, Karmella Robinson 11, Britney Jordan 9, Kamya Battles 5, Laticia Hamilton 3. FGs 20, FTs 5-16, (3-pointers: Battles, Robinson).

BOYS BASKETBALL

Campbell 72, Caruthersville 46

Campbell jumped all over Caruthersville early by taking a 26-13 first-quarter lead and never looked back in winning 72-46.

Camel players Blake Fowler and Charlie Parker combined for 36 points, while Carlos Camargo 912) and Gavin Biggs (10) also reached double figures.

The Tigers (7-5) were paced by Billy Cobb and Desmond Davis, who totaled eight and seven points, respectively.

Campbell (12-3) will travel to South Pemiscot Thursday at 6 p.m., while Caruthersville will host Hayti at 6 p.m. Friday.

Scoring

Campbell — 26 17 22 7 - 72

Caruthersville — 13 8 14 11 - 46

CAMPBELL (72) - Jacob Vines 6, Blake Fowler 20, Skylar Morrison 6, Charlie Parker 16, Carlos Camargo 12, Gavin Biggs 10, Kaden Siebert 3. FGs 31, FTs 8-14 (3-pointers: Fowler 2).

CARUTHERSVILLE (46) - Devante Hamilton 2, Billy Cobb 8, Jernas Wilson 2, Josh Leech 5, Devin Russell 4, Malik Chalmers 4, Micah Rodgers 4, Desmond Davis 7, Rommell Pittman 2, Zhamius Smith 4, Isaiah Rodgers 4. FGs 17, FTs 10-16, (3-pointers: Leech, Russell).

Scott City 64, East Praire 30

The Rams rode a balanced offensive attack early in beating East Prairie Tuesday 64-30.

Scott City (10-6) led 33-18 at the break and were never threatened, as it limited the Eagles (5-8) to just 12 second-half points.

Camden Conner scored 14 points in the victory, while Zack Triplett had seven in the loss.

Scott City will travel to Perryville Friday at 7:30 p.m., while East Prairie will host Doniphan Friday at 7 p.m.

Scoring

Scott City — 17 16 19 12 - 64

East Prairie — 8 10 5 7 - 30

SCOTT CITY (64) - Nicolas Hillman 4, Kaden Mouser 3, Camden Conner 14, Griffen Moore 1, Spencer Stratman 9, Joe Panagos 12, Gage Underwood 5, Logan Speakman 1, Wes Wilburn 2, Ethan Pennington 7, Cayden Beussink 6. FGs 26, FTs 9-14, (3-pointers: Hilman, Mouser, Stratman).

EAST PRAIRIE (30) - Jase Aycock 4, Jack Scruggs 2, Evan Howell 4, Harrison Moore 6, Garrison Scott 4, Cooper Towe 3, Zack Triplett 7. FGs 13, FTs 3-4, (3-pointers: Triplett).

Neelyville 68, Greenville 30

Neelyville exploded for 25 points in the third quarter to pull away from Greenville Tuesday in boy's basketball action and win 68-30.

After leading just 26-19 at halftime, the Tigers (11-5) tore off for 42 second-half points and limited the Bears (3-9) to just 11 points.

Jemaane Williams scored 27 in the win, while Owen Scheer had nine for Greenville.

Greenville will travel to Van Buren Friday at 7:30 p.m., while Neelyville will travel to Twin Rivers the same night.

Scoring

Neelyville — 15 11 25 17 - 68

Greenville — 11 8 9 2 - 30

NEELYVILLE (68) - Jemaane Williams 27, Noah Burton 6, Austin Ennis 3, Jacob Abner 8, Ethan Muse 3, Lane Crosswhite 1, Parker Jeffries 4, Curtis Fowler 16. FGs 27, FTs 7-17, (3-pointers: Williams 4, Ennis, Muse, Jeffries).

GREENVILLE (30) - Dylan Barks 2, Gunner Meloy 2, Landon Smith 4, Brandon Dorris 7, Jagger Robinson 6, Owen Scheer 9. FGs 13, FTs 0-3, (3-pointers: Dorris, Scheer 3).

Eagle Ridge Christian 40, Christian Academy of St. Louis 30

The Eagles stretched a one-point halftime lead into a ten-point win at home. Logan Schweiger led all scorers with 18. Seth Perry had two 3-pointers for the victors.

Scoring

Christian Ac of St. L — 4 10 9 7 — 30

Eagle Ridge Christian — 7 8 17 8 — 40

CHRISTIAN ACAD (30) — Tallie 11, Crockett 6, Weiss 6, Musgrove 6, Jordan 1. FG 4, FT 9-15, F 9 (3-pointers: Tallie 2, Musgrove 2, Weiss. Fouled out: none)

EAGLE RIDGE (40) - Logan Schweiger 18, Seth Perry 10, Evin Craft 6, Bradley Hess 4, Steven Raffety 2. FG 15, FT 4-4, (3-pointers: Perry 2)

Bernie 87, Bloomfield 33

The Mules won big in Stoddard County’s capital seat, routing Bloomfield (1-12). Bernie put three players in double figures and hit 18 treys. Bernie improves to 12-5 and snapped a three-game losing streak.

Bernie is home Friday to Puxico.

Scoring

Bernie — 21 27 26 13 — 87

Bloomfield — 13 7 7 6 — 33

BERNIE (87) — Landon Zoll 20, Blake Harty 19, Johnny Vaughn 17, John Nimmo 8, Andrew Geohagen 6, Tyler Suiter 6, Noah Foster 6, Brent Gage 3, Skyler Schwent 2. FG 13, FT 7-8, (3-pointers: Zoll 6, Harty 5, Vaughn 4, Foster 2, Gage)

BLOOMFIELD (33) - Gage McNeil 11, Jamison Dodd 11, Brandon Wright 8, Connor Scott 2, Jeffrey Jarrell 1. FG 9, FT 9-12, (3-pointers: McNeil, Wright)

Kennett 55, Saxony Lutheran 49

The Indians overcame a slow start to pick up a home win over the Crusaders.

Jackson Henfling was the leading scorer for Kennett (13-5) as he finished with 12 points. Kobe Gates ended right behind Helfling with 11. Mason Dunn ended with a game-high 16 points and four threes for Saxony Lutheran (7-10). Andrew Schwarting also chipped in 15 points for the Crusaders.

Both Kennett and Saxony Lutheran will be in action on Friday as the Indians travel to Sikeston while the Crusaders host Notre Dame.

Scoring

Saxony Lutheran — 11 7 9 22 — 49

Kennett — 6 12 16 21 — 55

SAXONY LUTHERAN (49) — Mason Dunn 16, Andrew Schwarting 15, Tysen Miller 7, Jack Foeste 5, Paul Adams 2, Ethan Koenig 2, Koby Drury 2. FG 18 FT 7-9 (3-pointers: Dunn 4, Miller, Schwarting)

KENNETT (55) — Jackson Henfling 12, Kobe Gates 11, La’Quez Pulliam 9, Carter Maddox 8, Marsayv’aun Harrell 8, Ben McMullan 7. FG 21 FT 9-18 (3-pointers: Harrell 2, Gates, McMullan)

New Madrid County Central 71, Twin Rivers 42

The Eagles jumped out to a 22-6 lead after one quarter and never looked back as they picked up the home victory over the Royals.

Four New Madrid County Central (10-7) reached double figures as Ansel Underwood led the charge with 18, Donnie Ray Brown had 14, Ke’von Williams had 11 and Shamar Williamson finished with 10 points. Nobody on Twin Rivers (5-11) reached double digits as Brandon Tompkins led the way with nine points.

The Eagles and Royals will both be in action Friday. New Madrid County Central will be at Dexter and Twin Rivers will be home for Neelyville.

Scoring

Twin Rivers — 6 5 14 17 — 42

New Madrid County Central — 22 17 26 6 — 71

TWIN RIVERS (42) — Brandon Tompkins 9, Jolby Jones 8, Miller Gehrke 6, Anthony Lorah 5, Parker Watson 5, Avery Jackson 4, William Moore 2, Brent Trout 2, Bryan Leutert 1. FG 18 FT 2-6 (3-pointers: Jones 2, Lorah, Watson)

NEW MADRID COUNTY CENTRAL (71) — Ansel Underwood 18, Donnie Ray Brown 14, Ke’von Williams 11, Shamar Williamson 10, Bryshawn Williams 7, Marcelous Phillips 6, Caden Howell 3, Kylan Minner 1. FG 29 FT 9-16 (3-pointers: Underwood 2, Brown 2)

Oran 73, Chaffee 46

Oran got 32 points from Southeast Missourian Christmas Tournament MVP Tyson Goodale as the Eagles (14-2) cruised at home over Chaffee. Langdon Scheeter had four 3-pointers for the victors, who play at Bell City Friday. the Red Devils (4-12) are home to Oak Ridge, also Friday.

Scoring

Chaffee — 14 10 13 9 — 46

Oran — 18 22 22 11 — 73

CHAFFEE (46) — Wyatt Parker 18, Jagger Sadler 12, Brennan Fowler 9, Alec Brown 5, Casey Clover 2. FG 17, FT 6-9, F 11 (3-pointers: Brown, Parker. Fouled out: none)

ORAN (73) — Tyson Goodale 32, Langdon Scheeter 16, Cooper Priggel 7, Ty Johnson 6, Samuel Shoemaker 5, Dane Shands 5, Kaiden Massey 2. FG22, FT 8-12, F 10 (3-pointers: Scheeter 4, C. Priggel 2, Shands. Fouled out: none)

Risco 72, Cooter 67 (OT)

Risco doubled up Cooter 10-5 in the extra session to prevail 72-67 in overtime in boy’s basketball action Tuesday.

The Tigers (8-6) trailed 35-28 at halftime but rallied with an 18-9 third-quarter advantage.

The Wildcats (7-5) were paced by Jake Watkins with 33 points, while Kamron Meese poured in 23 for the winners.

Risco will travel to Holcomb Friday at 7:30 p.m., while Cooter will host Clarkton Thursday at 6 p.m.

Scoring

Risco — 10 18 18 16 10 — 72

Cooter - 14 21 9 18 5 — 67

RISCO (72) — Kamron Meese 23, Andrew Rodgers 11, Evan Pipkin 19, Michael Hull 3, Hayden Ludwig 8, Tyler Edmond 8. FGs 25, FTs 12-18, (3-pointers: Meese 4, Pipkin 3, Hull, Edmond 2).

COOTER — Jake Watkins 33, Carson Swan 5, Hayden Nazarenous 4, Luke Perkins 5, Layton Robinson 2, Edward McLevain 12, Cade Carlock 2. FGs 24, FTs 9-14, (3-pointers: Watkins 7, Swan, McLevain 2).

Hayti 69, Malden 66

The Indians used a 21-14 advantage in the second quarter to squeak out a home win over the Green Wave.

TreCharlse McCoy scored 23 and Tyleik Moore added 19 points to lead Hayti (12-6) to the victory. Malden’s (6-9) duo of Du’Marques Jones (32) and Coytravion Wade (26) combined to score all but eight points for the Green Wave.

Malden and Hayti will both be on the road on Friday as the Green Wave head to Portageville and the Indians are at Caruthersville.

Scoring

Malden — 16 14 19 17 — 66

Hayti — 11 21 17 20 — 69

MALDEN (66) — Du’Marques Jones 32, Coytravion Wade 26, Christopher Castillo 4, Sientez Lerma 4. FG 26 FT 12-23 (3-pointers: Wade 2)

HAYTI (69) — TreCharlse McCoy 23, Tyleik Moore 19, Damorri Reed 11, Tray’von Thomas 8, Quindale Malone 4, Jaden Wilburn 3, Adreian Stevenson 1. FG 26 FT 12-28 (3-pointers: Moore 3, Wilburn, Thomas)

Kelly 73, Scott County 42

Gavin Jansen’s 31 points led the Hawks to a home victory over the Braves.

Drew Dirnberger also contributed 20 points to help Kelly (11-6) to the win.

Keshawn Sanders was the only Scott County (1-12) player to reach double figures, finishing with 12 points.

Both teams will play at home Friday, the Hawks host Delta while the Braves will take on Clarkton.

Scoring

Scott County — 10 15 10 7 — 42

Kelly — 30 11 20 12 — 73

KELLY (73) — Gavin Jansen 31, Drew Dirnberger 20, Joel McClain 9, Devin Heuring 7, Bryce Morgan 2, Chase Gray 2, Jay Noon 2. FG 29 FT 12-16 (3-pointers: McClain 3)

SCOTT COUNTY (42) — Keshawn Sanders 12, Keron Banks 9, Bralyn Porter 7, Colton Vance 4, Edward Farr 4, Kaden Sadler 2, Demarion Maney 2. FG 17 FT 4-8 (3-pointers: Porter 2)

Advance 88, Zalma 33

Jack Below was responsible for nearly half of Advance's offense as the Hornets cruised past visiting Zalma. Below had 42 points, including six 3-pointers as Advance improves to 12-3. Jaren Schrader was also in double figures for the winners with 17. The Bulldogs (2-12) were led by Nate Ware with 14. Zalma hosts St. Paul Lutheran Friday. Advance is also home to Meadow Heights.

Scoring

Zalma 11 4 11 7 - 33

Advance 22 29 21 16 - 88

ZALMA (33) Nate Ware 14, Trey Clark 6, Ricky Tacket 3, Jace Markham 2, Eli Ware 2, Drew Bailey 2, Ethan Lemons 2, Jacob Trainer 2. FG 11, FT 9-11, F 8 (3-pointer: Nate Ware. Fouled out: none.)

ADVANCE (88) Jack Below 42, Jaren Schrader 17, Jack Bailey 7, Hayden Hitt 6, Hunter Curtis 6, Mason Wuebker 4, Hayden Laird 4, Zach Simms 2. (3-pointers: Below 6, Curtis. Fouled out: none.)

Charleston 73, Cobden (Ill.) 45

The Blue Jays blitzed Cobden in the first half, leading 42-21 at the break and cruised the rest of the way to a road win.

Bogan Terridean finished with 20 points to lead Charleston (13-3) to the victory. Isaiah Gillespie also had 16 points for the Blue Jays.

Charleston next game will be Tuesday when they host Caruthersville.

Scoring

Charleston — 22 20 21 10 — 73

Cobden — 10 11 12 12 — 45

CHARLESTON (73) — Bogan Terridean 20, Isaiah Gillespie 16, Samuel Bledsoe 11, Blessin Kimble 11, Almareion Williams 4, Rico Coleman 3, Evontrez Hill 3, Suave Fitzpatrick 2, EK Davis 2, Brian Visor 1. FG 28 FT 9-19 (3-pointers: Terridean 3, Bledsoe 3, Hill, Gillespie)

Portageville 62, Senath 17

Portageville had little trouble disposing of visiting Senath-Hornersville. The home Bulldogs (11-6) outscored the Lions (9-7) in every quarter and had the game securely in hand by halftime then tacked a 24-5 third period ambush.

Drew Irby led a very balanced attack in the win with eleven points. Four teammates contributed nine each. Knolan Hunter’s six points was high for Senath. January 24 marks the schedule for both teams. Portageville is at home against Malden. Senath plays host to South Pemiscot.

Scoring

Senath — 4 6 5 2 — 17

Portageville — 15 16 24 7 — 62

SENATH (17) — Knolan Hunter 6, Parker Rhew 3, Jarret Coronado3, Jaxon Layne 3, Jesus Luna 2 . FG 6, FT 4-12 (3-pointers: Coronado)

PORTAGEVILLE (62) — Drew Irby 11, Trey Townsend 9, Dorian Hamm 9, Brendan Garmon 9, Joey Chamberlain 9, Kelan Bills 4, Lamonte Dixson 4, Jabryson Rand 4, Alex Winsor 3. FG 19, FT 18-25 (3-pointers: Chamberlain 2, Townsend 2, Irby, Winsor)

St. Vincent 57, Leopold 53

The Indians outscored the Wildcats 18-12 in the final quarter for the comeback home victory.

Garrett Dobbelare had 17 points and four threes to lead the charge for St. Vincent (12-2). Alex Brickhaus and Shawn Koishor each chipped in 10 points for the Indians. Caleb Shaap finished with a game-high 19 points and five threes for Leopold (4-8).

St. Vincent will head to Ste. Genevieve on Tuesday and Leopold will be at Richland Thursday.

Scoring

St. Vincent — 16 11 12 18 — 57

Leopold — 10 14 17 12 — 53

ST. VINCENT (57) — Garrett Dobbelare 17, Alex Brickhaus 10, Shawn Koishor 10. Colby Hager 7, Philip Ernst 5, Luke Brickhaus 4, Charles Sauer 4. 21 FG 9-16 FT (3-pointers: Dobbelare 4, A. Brickhaus 2)

LEOPOLD (53) Caleb Shaab 19, Mason Deck 12, Cameron Abernaty 11. Connor Lincoln 6, Kane Duncan 2, , James Peters 2, Austin Warner 1. 21 FG 3-9 FT (3-pointers: Shaab 5, Abernathy 3)

Holcomb 80, Delta C-7 52

The Hornets jumped out to a 15-3 lead en route to a blowout road win over the Chargers.

Nathaniel Rhew finished with 25 points to lead Holcomb (1-10) to its first victory of the year. Thomas Watson was Delta’s (3-9) leading scorer ending with 15 points.

Holcomb will host Southland on Thursday and Delta will be traveling to Gideon on Friday.

Scoring

Holcomb — 15 18 28 19 — 80

Delta — 3 16 24 9 — 52

HOLCOMB (80) — Nathaniel Rhew 25, Kristopher Kendrick 12, William Bader 11, Gregory Kendrick 9, Dylan Bradshaw 7, Wilson McGee 6, Zander Burke 3, Benjamin Maynard 3, Braiden Burk 2, Kevin Voyles 2. FG 31, FT 12-20 (3-pointers: Rhew, T. Kendrick, Maynard, Burke)

DELTA (52) — Thomas Watson 15, Corbin Loggins 14, Maurion Hattier 9, Ky’Ran Lester 6, Jacob Johnson 3, Kyle Towery 2, Levi Smith 2, Ryan Copley 1. FG 19 FT 3-7 (3-pointers: Watson 5, Loggins 4, Lester, Johnson)

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