Basketball Roundup, Jan. 28

The Bobcats put up a whopping 92 points in the first half, which tied a MSHSAA record, on the way to a 132-61 home win over the Tigers.

Delta (16-3) also hit 22 threes in the game which tied for third most in a game in MSHSAA history. Isaiah Thomas hit seven of those threes en route to 31 points for the Bobcats. Jon Bond was not far behind finishing with 22 points and three threes.

Coy Bailey had 26 points for Marquand (0-9) but it was simply not enough to match the firepower of Delta.

The Bobcats hope the hot shooting will continue when they host East Prairie on Friday. The Tigers next chance for their first win will be Thursday when they are home for St. Paul Lutheran.

Scoring

Marquand — 20 9 14 18 — 61

Delta — 47 45 28 12 — 132

MARQUAND (61) — Coy Bailey 26, Tim Clippard 14, Landin Lord 8, Dominic Stuckey 7, Caylee Staffers 6. (3-pointers: Clippard 2, Staffers 2, Stuckey)

DELTA (132) — Isaiah Thomas 31, Jon Bond 22, Evan Bartels 12, Carter Scherer 12, Colby Crader 10, Mason Dozier 8, Hunter Ourth 8, Eric Berry 6, Dale Lincoln 6, Lanson Cox 5, Dyllan Koehler 5, Grant Coomer 3, Trevor Stoffregen 2, Tristian Johnson 2. (3-pointers: Thomas 7, Bond 3, Scherer 2, Dozier 2, Ourth 2, Berry 2, Bartels, Cox, Koehler, Coomer)

Meadow Heights 70, Zalma 37

The Panthers used a 20-6 third quarter run to pull away from the Bulldogs and pick up the home win.

The trio of Jacob Barks, Wyatt Lincoln and Tristen Mayfield did most of the damage for Meadow Heights (8-8) as Barks had 17 points, Lincoln finished with 16 and Mayfield ended with 14.

Nate Ware scored 25 of Zalma’s (3-13) 37 points in the road defeat.

The Panthers will travel to Leopold on Thursday while the Bulldogs will be back home to take on Marquand Friday.

Zalma — 6 16 6 9 — 37

Scoring

Meadow Heights — 15 17 20 18 — 70

ZALMA (37) — Nate Ware 25, Eli Ware 6, Trey Clark 3, Ricky Tackett 2, Drew Bailey 1. FG 15 FT 2-9 (3-pointers: N. Ware 3, Clark)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (70) — Jacob Barks 17, Wyatt Lincoln 16, Tristen Mayfield 14, Trae Davis 8, Kade Lindgren 6, Kolby Wilfong 5, Nathan Shrum 4. FG 27 FT 13-22 (3-pointers: Barks, Mayfield, Davis)

Cape Central 91, Perryville 32

Cape Central (13-3) placed thirteen players in the scoring summary in a rout at Perryville (4-15). Scoring twenty-eight points in each of the first two quarters, the Tigers were up by forty-five at halftime. Tyrus Reddin’s fifteen points paced the victors. Jacob Schlimpert led PHS with ten. Tiger Coach Drew Church was able to offer valuable minutes of court time to his reserves.

The Tigers travel to Poplar Bluff on Jan. 31. The Pirates will play at St. Pius Festus on February 4.

Scoring

Cape Central - 28 28 24 11 - 91

Perryville - 6 5 12 9 - 32

CAPE CENTRAL (91) — Tyrus Reddin 15, Cameron Williams 13, Anthony Mackins 13, Doreante’ Tucker11, Dorion Triplett 10, Darion Triplett 6,

T.J. Thornton 5, Dalton Upchurch 5, Cameron Harris 5, Henry Brown 2, Rodlandis Robinson 2, Johnathan Brandtner 2, Quintaven Barber 2. FG 40, FT 9-14, (3-pointers: Reddin, Tucker)

PERRYVILLE (32) — Jacob Schlimpert 10, Evan Daugherty 9, Dawson Camden 4, Ethan Blythe 4, Matthew Mueller 3, Sam Barber 1, Treyton Scruggs 1. FG 12, FT 6-13, (3-pointers: Mueller, Daugherty)

Chaffee 63, Leopold 58

The Red Devils outlasted the Wildcats in a close one for the home victory.

Wyatt Parker led Chaffee (5-13) to the win finishing with a game-high 28 points. Jagger Sadler also pitched in 16 points for the Red Devils. Mason Deck was the leading scorer for Leopold (6-9) ending with 23 points. Cameron Abernathy finished the night with 14 points for the Wildcats.

Leopold will try to bounce back on Thursday when they host Meadow Heights. Chaffee’s next action will come in the Scott-Mississippi Conference Tournament which begins play Saturday.

Scoring

Leopold — 17 11 17 13 — 58

Chaffee — 15 14 14 20 — 63

LEOPOLD (58) — Mason Deck 23, Cameron Abernathy 14, Caleb Schaab 9, Kane Duncan 7, Connor Lincoln 3, James Peters 2. FG 21 FT 11-17 (3-pointers: Abernathy 4, Schaab.)

CHAFFEE (63) — Wyatt Parker 28, Jagger Sadler 16, Isiah Fitzgerald 10, Peyton Atkins 6, Brennan Fowler 3. FG 24 FT 8-15 (3-pointers: Parker 5, Atkins 2)

Notre Dame 71, Park Hills Central 66

The Bulldogs went on the road and weathered the Rebels comeback attempt in the fourth quarter to pick up the victory.

Tyler Landewee was the leading scorer for Notre Dame (13-4), finishing with 21 points. Justice Thoma (15) and Kam Dohogne (14) also cracked double digits for the Bulldogs. Notre Dame survived the flurry of three pointers from Park Hill Central’s (12-4) Andrew Hamsik as he ended with nine threes and 29 points.

The Bulldogs will be back home this Friday to take on Jackson.

Scoring

Notre Dame — 17 14 18 22 — 71

Park Hills Central — 13 8 18 27 — 66

NOTRE DAME (71) — Tyler Landewee 21, Justice Thoma 15, Kam Dohogne 14, Jake Young 8, Caleb LeGrand 8, Drew Heisserer 5. FG 25 FT 18-22 (3-pointers: Landewee, Thoma, Heisserer)

Scott City 68, Naylor 53

It was a close first half, but the Rams pulled away from the Eagles in the second half to pick up the double-digit home win.

Camden Conner was the leading bucket getter for Scott City (12-6) ending with 20 points. Ethan Pennington and Joe Panagos also made it to double figures finishing with 14 and 13 points, respectively. Naylor (8-9) also had three double digit scorers as well with Mason Schrimsher (15), Wyatt Yarbrough (13) and Chase Sarabia (12) all reaching the benchmark.

The Rams will stay at home for their next game as they host Saxony Lutheran on Thursday. The Eagles will also be on the road on Thursday as they head to Greenville.

Scoring

Naylor — 19 10 12 12 — 53

Scott City — 18 15 19 16 — 68

NAYLOR (53) — Mason Schrimsher 15, Wyatt Yarbrough 13, Chase Sarabia 12, Cody Jones 7, Nick Garrett 4, Seth Jones 2. FG 22 FT 6-8 (3-pointers: Schrimsher, Yarbrough, Jones)

SCOTT CITY (68) — Camden Connor 20, Ethan Pennington 14, Joe Panagos 13, Cayden Beussink 7, Spencer Stratman 6, Kaden Mouser 6, Aiden Thompson 2. FG 31 FT 4-9 (3-pointers: Mouser 2)

Gideon 69, Risco 68

In a game that came right down to the wire, the Bulldogs eked out the road victory over the Tigers.

Five Gideon (12-4) players scored all but one point as Sam Williams (20), Zach Swift (13), Logan Woodard (12), Gage Stover (12) and Brevin Vires (11) all reached double figures. The duo of Andrew Rodgers and Kamron Meese did most of the scoring for Risco (8-8) as Rodgers had 31 and Meese had 25 points.

Both teams will play on Thursday as the the Bulldogs head to Scott County Central while the Tigers host Southland.

Scoring

Gideon — 11 22 22 14 — 69

Risco — 11 23 15 19 — 68

GIDEON (69) — Sam Williams 20, Zach Swift 13, Logan Woodard 12, Gage Stover 12, Brevin Vires 11. Fg 26 FT 12-21 (3-pointers: Woodard 3, Swift, Stover)

RISCO (68) — Andrew Rodgers 31, Kamron Meese 25, Evan Pipkin 5, Michael Hull 3, Hayden Ludwig 2, Tyler Edmond 2. FG 25 FT 9-13 (3-pointers: Meese 4, Rodgers 3, Pipkin, Hull)

New Madrid County Central 47, Malden 44

The Eagles overcame a 13-6 deficit after one quarter to pick up the road win over the Green Wave.

Ke’Von Williams was New Madrid’s (12-7) leading scorer finishing with 14 points, including 10 in the second half. Malden (7-10) was paced by Coytravion Wade who finished with a game-high 15 points.

Both teams will play on Friday as the Eagles are home for Portageville and the Green Wave will hit the road to take on Doniphan.

Scoring

New Madrid CC — 6 14 12 15 — 47

Malden — 13 10 9 12 — 44

NEW MADRID CC (47) — Ke’Von Williams 14, Shamar Williamson 9, Donald Brown 7, Bryshawn Williams 6, Austin Davis 5, Kylan Minner 2, Mark Underwood 2, Adam Nevel 2. FG 18 FT 11-17 (3-pointers: none)

MALDEN (44) — Coytravion Wade 15, Du’Marques Jones 9, Sientez Lerma 8, Chris Castillo 4, Trey Curnie 4, Triston Randl 3, Lamarius Smith 1. FG 18 FT 3-7 (3-pointers: Wade 3, Lerma 2)

Campbell 43, Senath-Hornersville 39

Campbell (14-3) picked up win number fourteen of the season, but it wasn’t easy. Senath (9-9) protected their home court to the very end before accepting a close loss. The victorious Camels connected on five from behind the arc. Blake Fowler’s eighteen points earned scoring honors. The Lions countered with four treys as Isai Lopez led his team with twelve points.

Both teams next play in the Bootheel Conference Tournament beginning Feb. 1.

Scoring

Campbell - 7 10 13 13 - 43

Senath - 7 6 12 14 - 39

CAMPBELL (43) — Blake Fowler 18, Jacob Vines 11, Kaden Siebert 9, Gavin Biggs 3, Joey Barnett 2. FG 12, FT 14-24, (3-pointers: Vines 3, Fowler, Siebert).

SENATH (39) Isai Lopez 12, Drake King 9, Jesus Luna 7, Knolan Hunter 6, Jordan Coronado 3, Parker Rhew 2, FG 12, FT 11-18 (3-pointers: King 3, Coronado).

Hayti 74, Portageville 56

The Indians came in and rocked the Bulldogs to get the road win.

Tyliek Moore finished with a game-high 26 points to lead Hayti (13-7) to the victory. TreCharlse McCoy also had 16 points for the Indians. Drew Irby (22) and Brendan Garmon (20) each reached the 20 point mark but no other Bulldog reached double digits.

Portageville will play on Friday at New Madrid County Central while Hayti’s next action will be in the Boothell Conference Tournament which starts on Saturday.

Scoring

Hayti — 19 14 11 24 — 74

Portageville — 12 14 15 15 — 56

HAYTI (74) — Tyliek Moore 26, TreCharlse McCoy 16, Trayvion Thomas 8, Quindale Malone 8, Jaden Wilburn 6, Adreian Stevenson 6, Damorri Reed 4. FG 30 FT 10-16 (3-pointers: Wilburn 2, Moore, Thomas)

PORTAGEVILLE (56) — Drew Irby 22, Brendan Garmon 20, Dorian Hamm 6, Alex Winsor 3, Joey Chamberlain 3, Kelan Bills 2. FG 21 FT 7-15 (3-pointers: Irby 5, Winsor, Chamberlain)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Advance 43, Woodland 42

Sophomore Alandry Below carried Advance (11-8) on her shoulders scoring thirty-two points and gathering seventeen rebounds at home on Tuesday evening.

This game was competitive throughout as both teams scored ten points in each of the first three quarters. Addie Johnson and Emma Brown posted double digits for Woodland (6-11). Next game for Advance is on Feb. 6 at vs. Puxico. Woodland travels to play Perryville on Jan. 30.

Scoring

Woodland - 10 10 10 12 - 42

Advance - 10 10 10 13 - 43

WOODLAND (42) — Addie Johnson 15, Emma Brown 12, Destinee Cowell 7, Maddison Althenthal 4, Chloe Goodwin 2, Alexa Mudro 2. FG 15, FT 9-17, (3-pointers: Johnson 2, Cowell).

ADVANCE (43) — Alandry Below 32, Danielle Markham 5, Darci Tidwell 4, Molly Freed 2. FG 17, FT 8-18, (3-pointers: Markham)

Francis Howell 40, Jackson 37

Jackson (9-7) came up just a bit short in the Lindbergh Tournament. Down by five at the half, the Lady Indians battled back to within one through three periods, but were unable to overcome the Vikings. Junior Madison Lambert took scoring honors in the losing cause with twenty–four points that included six treys. Amanda Mathewson counted four three-pointers in her thirteen markers for Francis Howell. Poplar Bluff will host Jackson on February 6.

Scoring

Jackson - 9 10 11 7 - 37

Francis Howell - 12 12 7 9 - 40

JACKSON (37) — Madison Lambert 24, Brooke Thompson 5, Kate Emmendorfer 4, Olivia Ward 2, Kamryn Link2. FG 13, FT 5-9, (3-pointers: Lambert 4, Thompson, Emmendorfer).

FRANCIS HOWELL (40) — Amanda Mathewson 13, Browsert 11, Lilliana Machado 8, Gracie Wilkinson 6, Molly Fitzgerald 2. FG 14, FT 7-10, (3-pointers: Mathewson 4, Machado).

Hayti 76, Portageville 27

Hayti (11-5) picked up a victory on the road in convincing fashion. The Indians built a 48-11 cushion by halftime and coasted thereafter. Portageville (5-10) had few answers for sophomore Amiya Johnson who scored thirty-nine in three periods and sat out the fourth. Ariyana Robinson contributed to the Indian cause. Garielle Madison led the home Buldogs with a dozen.

Hayti begins competition in the Bootheel Conference Tournament on Feb. 1. Portageville travels to Kennett a day before entering tournament action.

Scoring

Hayti - 18 30 16 12 - 76

Portageville - 6 5 12 4 - 27

HAYTI (76) — Amiya Johnson 39, Ariyana Robinson 16, Stemaiya Robinson 9, Akyra Humes 3, Reggi ford 2, Taniyah Payne 2, Kristin Burnett 2, Khia Luster 2, Kiondra Downey 1. FG 30, FT 8-12, (3-pointers: Johnson 6, Humes, S. Robinson.

PORTAGEVILLE (27) — Garielle Madison 12, Amiyah Saxton 6, Jayla Coger 3, Akyiah Jordan 2, Raigan Fisher 2, Hailey Tipler 2. FG 11, FT 8-16, (3-pointers: Madison).

Campbell 56, Senath-Hornersville 41

The Campbell Camels varsity girls basketball team closed out conference play by beating the visiting Senath-Hornersville Lions 56-41 Tuesday night.

Campbell enjoyed success at the start of each half as it won the first and third quarters by double digits.

Gabby Nielson paced Campbell with 15 points. Adrionna Pearson also finished in double digits with 11 points.

Aubry Jones paced Senath-Hornersville with 15 points. Abby Vilchis also finished in double digits for the Lions with 11 points.

Campbell (5-11) visits New Madrid County Central Thursday before beginning play in the Bootheel Conference Tournament at South Pemiscot High School Monday. Senath-Hornersville (5-11) also begins play at the Bootheel Conference Tournament Monday.

Scoring

SHS 9 13 7 12 - 41

CHS 19 10 20 7 - 56

SENATH-HORNERSVILLE (41) - A.C. Lewis 4, Sarah Garza 11, Abby Vilchis 7, Alicia Luna 2, Aubry Jones 15, Hannah Johnson 2. FG 15, Ft 7/15, F 20. (3-pointers: Garza 2, Vilchis 1, Jones 1; Fouled out: Johnson, Luna).

CAMPBELL (56) - Madisyn Townsend 4, Gabby Nielson 15, Adrionna Pearson 11, Macy Hendrix 8, Hannah Littrell 9, Marie Wheeler 7, Lauren Weidenbenner 2. FG 20, Ft 16/26, F 18. (3-pointers: None; Fouled out: None).

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