Basketball Roundup, Jan. 30

Addie Cates led St. Vincent (9-8) to dominating 52-8 victory scoring 13 points (including two 3-pointers) against Crystal City (3-12) on Wednesday.

From the beginning, the Indians worked together and scored the most points in each quarter, keeping a steady pace until the very end of the game.

Ashleigh Damazn scored a 3-pointer for the Hornets.

Crystal City will play at St. Pius X (Festus) tomorrow.

St. Vincent will play St. Pius X (Festus) on Monday at 7:30 p.m.


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ST. VINCENT (52) -- Macy Pruett 3, Reese Barber 5, Genevieve Lipe 4, Anna Schwartz 3, Mary Schwartz 13, Hannah Riney 4, Lacey Best 7, Addie Cates 13. FG 21 FT 5-17 (3-pointers: Pruett, Barber, Mary Schwartz, Addie Cates 2)

CRYSTAL CITY (8) -- Abbie Edwards 2, Frida Korshavn 2, Annie Waites 1, Ashleigh Damazyn 3. FG 3, FT 1-6 (3-pointers: Damazyn)

Kelly 63, Charleston 59

Alaney Moore led Kelly (9-9) to a 63-59 victory at Charleston (10-8) on Wednesday, as she scored 25 points.

Ashanti Jones totaled 27 points for the Bluejays, including two 3-pointers.

The Hawks trailed 49-47 at the end of the third quarter, but they rallied and scored six more points than Charleston during the last quarter, leading them to a win.

The Blue Jays will play Kelly at home on Monday at 7:30 p.m.



KELLY (63) -- Allison Owens 13, Elly Pattengill 5, Alaney Moore 25, Mallory Glastetter 2, Kiya Lambert 4, Allison Riley 14. FG 21, FT 13-23 (3-pointers: Owens 3, Pattengill, Riley 4)

CHARLESTON (59) -- Ashanti Jones 27, Danisha Jackson 4, Teyarah Williams 2, Mistavia Murray 24, Dorrinda Kent 2. FG 27, FT 3-3 (3-pointers: Jones 2)

Meadow Heights 40, Puxico 24

Meadow Heights (4-10) built a 12-point lead by halftime and coasted to victory.

Puxico (0-13) continues to seek that first win of the season.

Ashley Allen led the Panthers with 12 points, while Gracie Cook added 10.

Kaiti Payne tallied 11 for the visiting Indians.

Next up for Puxico is a home tilt against Scott County Central on Friday.

Meadow Heights travels to Delta on Monday.


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PUXICO (24) — Kaiti Payne 11, Kaly Haynes 5, Gracey Wilerson 4, Hannah Jones 4. FG 9, FT 5-8, (3-pointers: Haynes).

MEADOW HEIGHTS (40)- Ashley Allen 12, Gracie Cook 10, Miranda Green 9, Kylee Denman 7, Marissa Byrd 2. FG 17, FT 6-12, (3-pointers: none).

New Madrid 72, Campbell 33

New Madrid (13-5) scored enough points in eight minutes at home to cover Campbell (5-12) for the entire game.

Shakyra Wright and Alivia Hartman shared scoring honors for the Eagles at 17 points each and Ayannah Ruff added 11—all in the first half.

The trio then rested as reserves were afforded quality court minutes.

Macy Hendrix led the Camels with eight points.

Campbell opens play in the Bootheel Conference Tournament on Saturday. New Madrid hosts Poplar Bluff on Monday.


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CAMPBELL (33) — Macy Hendrix 8, Gabrielle Nelson 7, Adrionna Pearson 6, Hannah Littrell 6, Lauren Weidenbenner 2, McKenzie 2, Madisyn Townsend 2. FG 15, FT 3-6, (3-pointers: none).

NEW MADRID (72) — Shakyra Wright 17, Alivia Hartman 17, Ayannah Ruff 11, Latavia Brooks 8, Jimmya Caldwell-Newsom 7, Allisia Hester 7, Iris Ducker 4, AzRanique Jackson 1. FG 31, FT 5-6, (3-pointers: Hartman 3, Wright, Hester).

Ellington 77, Van Buren 46

Ellington (15-3) earned a victory against Van Buren (5-11) on Thursday at the BSC Tournament.

Kaylee King and Tyler Conkright scored 21 points each for the Whippets, and King earned four 3-pointers, one in each quarter.

Katie Griffin scored 22 points for the Dawgs, earning nearly half their total points.

Ellington will play Doniphan at home on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Van Buren will play Lesterville at home on Tuesday at 5 p.m.


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ELLINGTON (77) -- Tyler Conkright 21, Gracie Price 8, Gretchen Hackworth 18, Kaylee King 21, Laura Gore 9. FG 28, FT 10-12 (3-pointers: Conkright 2, Hackworth 2, King 4, Gore 3)

VAN BUREN (46) -- Madison Mabry 1, Lani Black 5, Catie O’Dell 5, Ella Wilbanks 13, Katie Griffin 22. FG 16, FT 11-15 (3-pointers: Black, O’Dell, Wilbanks)

Jackson 47, McLuer North 32

Jackson (10-7) won over McLuer North (4-7) on Thursday to take third place in the Lindbergh High School Tournament in St. Louis.

Madison Lambert scored five 3-pointers for the Indians, contributing 21 points total.

Kiera Sutton earned two 3-pointers for the Comets, getting nearly a third of their total points.

Jackson will play at Poplar Bluff on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Mcluer North will play at Father McGivney Catholic High School on Monday.


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JACKSON (47) -- Brooke Thompson 7, Olivia Ward 9, Kate Emmendorfer 4, Katie Waller 3, Madison Lambert 21, Kamryn Link 2, Piper Guilliams 1. FG 15, FT 9-19 (3-pointers: Thompson, Ward, Emmendorfer, Lambert 5)

MCLUER NORTH (32) -- Kiera Sutton 10, Capri Garrett 2, Faith Atkins 8, Donyall Sharp 2, Feleesia Cunningham 6, Mikiyah Mitchell 4. FG 11, FT 7-13 (3-pointers: Sutton 2)


Scott City 78, Saxony Lutheran 43

Scott City (13-6) stretched a six-point first-quarter lead over visiting Saxony Lutheran (7-11) to 17 by halftime en route to an easy win.

Joe Panagos and Spencer Stratman combined for 50 points, which included three treys by the latter.

The Rams converted 19 of 23 free throws (83 percent) on the evening.

Andrew Schwarting netted 18 to lead the Crusaders.

Each team had consistent quarter scoring with Scott City winning all four periods.

Saxony is home to face Arcadia Valley on Friday.

Scott City opens play in the Scott-Mississippi Conference Tournament Saturday at 11:15 p.m. against Kelly.


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SAXONY (43) — Andrew Schwarting 18, Jack Foeste 10, Ethan Koenig 8, Logan Pruitt 4, Mason Dunn 3. FG 15, FT 7-9, (3-pointers: Schwarting 3, Foeste 2, Dunn.

SCOTT CITY (78) — Joe Panagos 26, Spencer Stratman 24, Kaden Mouser 11, Nicholas Hillman 9, Gage Underwood 3, Kaleb Karrenbrock 2, Ethan Pennington 2, Cayden Beussink 1. FG 26, FT 19-23, (3-pointers: Mouser 3, Stratman 3, Hillman).

Risco 77, Southland 53

Risco trailed Southland 35-33 at halftime of its boy’s basketball game Thursday. However, Tiger coach Brandon Blankenship adjustments during the break must’ve gotten through to his team because Risco exploded on the Rebels in the third quarter with a 29-14 advantage before cruising to a 77-53 win.

The Tigers (9-8) got 10 points each in the pivotal quarter from Kamron Meese and Andrew Rodgers.

Rodgers scored a game-high 37 points, while Meese chipped in 16.

Hayden Ludwig totaled 18 in the win.

Hunter Wynns paced Southland (5-12) with 26 points, while Cyrus Luke chipped in 13.

Risco travels to North Pemiscot Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., while the Rebels visit Crowley’s Ridge Academy Monday at 7 p.m.



RISCO (77) — Kamron Meese 16, Andrew Rodgers 37, Ayden Denson 4, Hayden Ludwig 18, Tyler Edmond 2. FGs 33, FTs 5-7, (3-pointers: Meese 2, Rodgers 4).

SOUTHLAND — James Edwards 2, Shayne Tomblin 4, Cyrus Luke 13, Hunter Wynns 26, Will Tomblin 8. FGs 23, FTs 16, (3-pointers: Luke 3).

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