Basketball Roundup, Jan. 24

The Webster Groves Statesman did not have a double-digit scorer but eked out a 41-34 home victory over the Jackson Indians.

Madison Lambert scored a game-high 12 points for Jackson (9-5) including two threes but it wasn’t enough to get them the win.

The Indians' next action will come in the Lindbergh Tournament, where they will play host Lindbergh on Monday.

Scoring

Jackson — 8 11 7 8 — 34

Webster Groves — 6 15 9 11 — 41

JACKSON (34) — Madison Lambert 12, Olivia Ward 9, Piper Guilliams 6, Kate Emmendorfer 5, Brooke Thompson 2. FG 11 FT 7-8 (3-pointers: Lambert 2, Ward, Guilliams, Emmendorfer)

BOYS BASKETBALL

Eagle Ridge Christian 49, Heritage Christian 47

Logan Schweiger and Seth Perry each tallied seven points in the third quarter on the Eagle Ridge home court to help pull out a nail-biter over Heritage.

Each team registered double-digit scoring through three quarters as Eagle Ridge led 46-43. Then the defense took over for both units. Eagle Ridge was able to score a single field and one free throw in the last eight minutes, but it proved to be enough as Heritage found the range for only a pair of baskets.

Logan Schwieger led the victors with twenty-five points, while Steven Raffety added ten. Mitchell Brinkley and Nicholas Svoloupolos were each in double figures in the losing cause.

Scoring

Heritage — 16 16 11 4 — 47

Eagle Ridge — 14 14 18 3 — 49

HERITAGE (47) — Mitchell Brinkley 15, Nicholas Svoloupolos 12, Jonathan Hart 7, Andrew Krosley 7, A.J. Kramer 3, Hunter Ragsdale 3. FG 18, FT 3-9, (3-pointers: Brinkley 5, Svoloupolos 2, Kramer).

EAGLE RIDGE (49) – Logan Schwieger 25, Steven Raffety 10 Seth Perry 7, Evin Craft 4, Caleb Margrabe 2, Bradley Hess 1. FG 17, FT 13-23, (3-pointers: Schwieger, Perry)

Cape Central 79, Windsor 40

The Tigers ended the first quarter with a 23-9 advantage and never slowed down, picking up a home win over the Owls.

Four Cape Central (13-3) players reached double digits as Doreante’ Tucker led the way with 17 points. Cameron Williams finished just behind Tucker with 16, and Anthony Mackins and Dorian Triplett ended the night with 12 and 11 points.

The Tigers' next game will be Tuesday at Perryville.

Scoring

Windsor — 9 13 16 2 — 40

Cape Central — 23 25 22 9 — 79

CAPE CENTRAL — Doreante’ Tucker 17, Cameron Williams 16, Anthony Mackins 12, Dorian Triplett 11, Tyrus Reddin 9, Jonathan Brandtner 8, Darion Triplett 4, Cameron Harris 2. FG 28 FT 5-12 (3-pointers: Tucker, Brandtner)

Notre Dame 94, Saxony Lutheran 37

The Bulldogs came out firing to the tune of a 64-15 halftime advantage as they blew out the Crusaders to get the road win.

Drew Heisserer led the way for Notre Dame (13-4) finishing with 21 points and five threes. Tyler Landewee (14), Hayden Jansen (13) and Caleb LeGrand (11) all reached double figures for the Bulldogs as well. Andrew Schwarting was the leading scorer for Saxony Lutheran (7-11) ending with 16 points and four threes.

Both teams will be in action Tuesday as Notre Dame travels to Park Hills Central and the Crusaders host Kelly.

Scoring

Notre Dame — 39 25 18 12 — 94

Saxony Lutheran — 10 5 16 6 — 37

NOTRE DAME (94) — Drew Heisserer 21, Tyler Landewee 14, Hayden Jansen 13, Caleb LeGrand 11, Justice Thoma 7, Kam Dohogne 7, John Essner 5, Nick Williams 4, Jack Floyd 4, Jake Young 3, Chase Logel 3, Tyler Parker 2. FG 36 FT 10-15 (3-pointers: Heisserer 5, Jansen 3, Landewee, Thoma, Dohogne, Logel)

SAXONY LUTHERAN (37) — Andrew Schwarting 16, Ethan Koenig 5, Koby Drury 3, Luke Bartens 3, Tyson Miller 3, William Eldridge 2, Kevin Britton 2, Mason Dunn 2, Jack Foeste 1. FG 9 FT 13-16 (3-pointers: Schwarting 4, Bartens, Miller)

Oak Ridge 80, Chaffee 53

The Blue Jays (8-6) used a strong second half to subdue the Red Devils (4-13) in Chaffee. Oak Ridge stretched a four-point lead at intermission to fourteen through three periods and finished the rout with a big final frame.

David Layton led a trio of seniors for the Jays with 21 points. Zach LeGrand and Drew Glueck added 16 and 11. Chaffee junior Jagger Sadler dropped in a dozen deuces and six from the line to take scoring honors for the night.

Each team is next scheduled for a home game on Tuesday. Oran travels to Oak Ridge. Chaffee plays host to Leopold.

Scoring

Oak Ridge - 17 17 22 24 - 80

Chaffee - 11 19 12 11 - 53

OAK RIDGE (80) — David Layton 21, Zachary LeGrand 16, Drew Glueck 11, Luke Johnson 8, Montana Schamburg 8, Bruce Hahs 7, Camren Volz 4, Mason Keith 3, Kody Barks 2 . FG 29, FT 18-29, (3-pointers: Glueck 2, LeGrand, Keith).

CHAFFEE (53) — Jagger Sadler 30, Wyatt Parker 14, Login Rhodes 4, Alec Brown 3, Peyton Atkons 2. FG 20, FT 10-19, (3-pointers: Parker 2, Brown).

Scott County Central 67, Clarkton 47

Scott County Central overcame a struggling night at the free-throw line (3 of 12) to easily dispense of Clarkton 67-47 in boy’s basketball action Friday.

The win was just the second in 14 games for the Braves, but they used a 20-13 first-quarter advantage to methodically pull away from the Reindeer (5-11).

Edward ‘Tae’ Farr paced Scott County with 28 points, while Keshawn Sanders chipped in 15.

Izaya Gorman led Clarkton with 12.

The Reindeer will host Holcomb in a Tri-County Conference match-up Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Scott County will host Gideon Thursday at 6 p.m.

Scoring

Scott County - 20 11 14 22 - 67

Clarkton - 13 12 8 15 - 47

SCOTT CENTRAL (67) - Bralyn Porter 9, Colton Vance 2, Edward ‘Tae’ Farr 28, Keshawn Sands 15, Demarion Maney 5, Keron Banks. FGs 27, FTs 3-12, (3-pointers: Porter, Sanders).

CLARKTON (47) - Caleb Plunkett 9, Izaya Gorman 12, Rica Brown, Bryant Redden 2, Matthew Shipley 2, David Coleman 9, Owen Morgan 7. FGs 12, FTs 10-24, (3-pointers: Plunkett 2, Gorman, Morgan).

Webster Groves 45, Jackson 38

Jackson dug itself an early 13-7 hole but rallied to hang with Webster Groves in boy’s basketball action Friday before falling 45-38.

The Indians (6-9) cut their deficit to 18-16 by halftime and still were within 29-27 early in the final period.

The Statesmen sank five free throws in the fourth quarter to pull away late.

Senior wing Lane Crowden paced Jackson with 14 points, while freshman post Clayton Ernst had 10.

The Indians will visit Notre Dame Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Webster Groves - 13 5 11 16 - 45

Jackson - 7 9 11 11 - 38

WEBSTER GROVES (45) - Jacobie Banks 8, Anthony Phiffer 6, Jerqon Conners 3, Matthew Enright 12, Ethan Chartrand 6, Joseph Ruzicka 3, Jack Ellis 1, Luke Maupin 6. FGs 16, FTs 7-16, (3-pointers: Banks, Enright 4).

JACKSON (38) - Michael Schneider 1, Lane Crowden 14, Nick Wasilewski 6, Luke Mirly 6, Clayton Ernst 10, Rhet Liley 1. FGs 16, FTs 4-9, (3-pointers: Crowden 2).

Oran 84, Bell City 51

Oran exploded for 33 points in the opening stanza against Bell City Friday in boy’s basketball action and ultimately prevailed 84-51.

The Eagles (15-2) got 50 combined points from Ty Johnson and Tyson Goodale in the win, while the Cubs (2-12) were paced by Luke Nichols with 24.

Oran will travel to Oak Ridge on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., while Bell City will compete in the SCAA Tournament next week.

Scoring

Oran - 33 22 15 14 - 84

Bell City - 12 15 13 11 - 51

ORAN (84) - Dane Shands 8, Cooper Priggel 9, Samuel Shoemaker 2, Langdon Scheeter 13, Tyson Goodale 23, Ty Johnson 27, Cameron Westrich 2. FGs 34, FTs 7-8, (3-pointers: Shands 2, Priggel 3, Scheeter, Johnson 3).

BELL CITY (51) - Nick Heuring 0, Luke Nichols 24, Bryson Maddox 14, Andrew Hicks 7, Jack Duenne 6. FGs 20, FTs 8-11, (3-pointers: Nichols, Maddox, Hicks).

Zalma 69, St. Paul Lutheran 48

The Bulldogs did not have much trouble slaying the Giants as they picked up a home victory.

Nate Ware scored nearly half of Zalma’s (3-12) points as he finished the night with 34. Ware also hit five threes. Trey Clark also cracked double figures for the Bulldogs ending with 11 points.

Zalma will travel to Meadow Heights for their next game as they take on the Panthers Tuesday.

Scoring

St. Paul Lutheran — 5 12 18 12 — 48

Zalma — 13 18 15 18 — 69

ZALMA (69) — Nate Ware 34, Trey Clark 11, Eli Ware 6, Caleb Steinberg 6, Jacob Trainor 4, Drew Bailey 3, Ethan Lemons 2. FG 24 FT 11-17 (3-pointers: N. Ware 5, Steinberg, Bailey)

Richland 66, Southland 50

In a matchup of the Rebels, it was Richland picking up a double-digit home win over Southland.

Tanner Freeman led the charge for Richland (4-10) finishing with 19 points. Damon Ivy and Andrew Partenberry pitched in 14 and 11 points for Richland as well. William Tomblin led the way for Southland (4-10) with 18 points and Hunter Wynns chipped in 14 points.

Both teams will play on Monday as Richland will be in the SCAA Tournament and Southland will host Maynard High School.

Scoring

Southland — 11 15 4 20 — 50

Richland — 14 19 9 24 — 66

SOUTHLAND (50) — William Tomblin 18, Hunter Wynns 14, Cyrus Luke 9, Jamarion Edwards 5, Ethan Gallardo 2, Michael Skaggs 2. FG 22 FT 3-6 (3:pointers: Luke 3)

RICHLAND (66) — Tanner Freeman 19, Damon Ivy 14, Andrew Partenberry 11, Shai Sherfield 9, Chris Siebert 8, Skyler Oakley 4, Matthew Finch 1. FG 26 FT 11-18 (3-pointers: Freeman 2, Sherfield.)

Doniphan 67, East Prairie 64

East Prairie trailed 49-42 early in the final quarter against Doniphan Friday in boy’s basketball action. However, the Eagles (5-9) rallied to make it a close game before falling 67-64.

The Dons (10-9) were led by Ethan Jones with 22 points, while Michael Owen Jr. chipped in 15 points.

Garrison Scott led East Prairie with 17 points, while Jase Aycock scored 14 and Jack Scruggs totaled 12.

Doniphan will host Clearwater Tuesday at 8 p.m., while East Prairie will host Twin Rivers the same night at 7 p.m.

Scoring

Doniphan - 15 19 15 18 - 67

East Prairie - 15 12 15 22 - 64

DONIPHAN (67) - Tristian Bryant 14, Brandon Moore 2, Levi Rawlings 11, Etan Jones 22, Michael Owen Jr. 15, Nolan Czerwonka 3. FGs 26, FTs 8-13, (3-pointers: Bryant, Jones 5).

EAST PRAIRIE (64) - Trae Cade 2, Jase Aycock 14, Jack Scruggs 12, Evan Howell 8, Harrison Moore 9, Garrison Scott 17, Hayden Ellis 2. FGs 23, FTs 10-16, (3-pointers: Aycock, Scruggs 2, Howell 2, Scott 3).

Charleston 83, Goreville (Ill.) 70

The Blue Jays led 23-13 after one quarter and that was all the difference they needed as they picked up the victory in the semi-finals of the Superman Classic.

Samuel Bledsoe had the three ball going as he hit six threes and scored 28 points to lead Charleston (14-3) to the win. Blessin Kimble joined Bledsoe in getting over the 20 point mark finishing with 21. Terridean Bogan also chipped in 19 points for the Blue Jays.

Charleston will play for the championship of Superman Classic today against the winner of Massac Co. and Carterville.

Scoring

Charleston — 23 16 20 24 — 83

Goreville — 15 14 19 22 — 70

CHARLESTON (83) — Samuel Bledsoe 28, Blessin Kimble 21, Terridean Bogan 19, Rico Coleman 10, Almareion Williams 3, Evontrez Hill 2, Brian Visor 2. FG 29 FT 17-29 (3-pointers: Bledsoe 6, Bogan 2)

Scott City 68, Perryville 51

Scott City (11-6) could build only a slim four-point lead by halftime at Perryville (4-14), but the Rams owned the second half to win by seventeen. Camden Connor and Joe Panagos led the charge after the break scoring twelve and eleven, respectively. Spencer Stratman nailed all of his eight free throws in the game including six down the stretch. That trio along with Cayden Beussink all registered double digits in the scoring column. The Rams converted on twenty-two of thirty-one from the stripe.

Three Pirates had three players crack twin figures in points. Evan Daugherty led with thirteen followed by Dawson Camden with twelve and Jacob Schlimpert with eleven.

Home games fill the schedule for each team next Tuesday. Cape Central comes to Perryville. Scott City will host Naylor.

Scoring

Scott City - 13 17 18 20 - 68

Perryville - 11 15 13 12 - 51

SCOTT CITY (68) — Joe Panagos 22, Camden Conner 17, Cayden Beussink 11, Spencer Stratman 10, Ethan Pennington 4, Kaleb Karrenbrock 2, Gage Underwood 1, Kaden Mouser 1. FG 22, FT 22-31, (3-pointers: Panagos, Connor).

PERRYVILLE (51) — Evan Daugherty 13, Dawson Camden 12, Jacob Schlimpert 11, Dylan Hawkinson 7, Aaron Ernst 3, Matthew Mueller 3, Peyton Fritsche 2. FG 19, FT 7-14, (3-pointers: Camden 2, Hawkinson, Daugherty).

Advance 82, Meadow Heights 57

Advance took control at home by halftime and never looked back to defeat Meadow Heights. The Hornets built a twenty point cushion to take to the locker room and added five more after halftime. Jack Below had a nice evening for the Hornets as scoring leader with twenty-seven. Landon Daily and Jaren Schrader also notched twin figures. Tristen Mayfield netted eighteen to lead the Panthers.

Meadow Heights is home to Zalma on Tuesday. Advance opens play in the SCAA Tournament beginning Monday.

Scoring

Meadow Heights - 14 9 13 21 - 57

Advance - 18 25 21 18 - 82

MEADOW HEIGHTS (57) — Tristen Mayfield 18, Jacob Barks 10, Wyatt Lincoln 9, Josh Acord 6, Kolby Wilfong 5, Trae Davis 4, Kade Lindgren 3, Nathan Shrum 2. FG 19, FT 15-23, (3-pointers: Mayfield 2, Arnold, Lindgren).

ADVANCE (82) — Jack Below 27, Landon Daily 18, Jaren Schrader 14, Zach Simms 9, Hayden Hitt 8, Hunter Curtis 3, Mason Wuebker 3. FG 36, FT 5-8, (3-pointers: Below 3, Hunter, Wuebker).

Bernie 81, Puxico 44

Puxico hung with Bernie for a while Friday in its boy's basketball contest.

The Indians trailed the Mules 18-12 early in the second quarter, but Bernie blew up for 25 points in that quarter and was never threatened again, as it won the SCAA game going away 81-44.

Bernie (14-4, 6-0 SCAA) shooter Landon Zoll canned eight 3-pointers en route to 33 points, while Blake Harty added 21 and Johnny Vaughn totaled 15.

Bailey Zych and Lucas Plunkett had 13 apiece for Puxico (5-11, 1-3).

Bernie remains atop the league standings and both teams will compete in the conference tournament next week.

Bernie - 18 25 29 9 - 81

Puxico - 12 13 12 7 - 44

BERNIE (81) - Landon Zoll 33, Johnny Vaughn 15, Blake Harty 21, Tyler Suiter 6, Brent Gage 3, Skyler Schwert 3. FGs 28, FTs 5-7, (3-pointers: Zoll 8, Vaughn 1, Harty 6).

PUXICO (44) - Matt Caldwell 6, Bailey Zych 13, Ethan Helm 8, Lucas Plunkett 13, Nolan Foster 4. FGs 14, FTs 6-11, (3-pointers: Helm 2, Plunkett).

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