Basketball Roundup, Feb. 3

The Notre Dame defense was the story in this one as they held Cape Central to 29 points on the way to a 58-29 road win.

Leah Jansen finished with a game-high 19 points to lead Notre Dame (14-2) to the victory. Lexi Rubel also reached double digits for the Bulldogs, ending with 10 points. Cape Central (12-7) had zero double figure scorers as Ella Vogel had the high mark for the Tigers finishing with seven points.

Both teams will be in action on Thursday. Notre Dame travels to play Saxony Lutheran and Cape Central will host New Madrid County Central.

Scoring

Notre Dame — 14 16 20 8 — 58

Cape Central — 5 11 9 4 — 29

NOTRE DAME (58) — Leah Jansen 19, Lexi Rubel 10, Delaney Dohogne 8, Tori Rubel 5, Allie Burnett 5, Emily Kellum 4, Riley Burger 4, Yasmeen Rodgers 2, Emma Higgins 1. FG 21 FT 10-16 (3-pointers: Jansen 3, L. Rubel, T. Rubel, Burnett)

CAPE CENTRAL (29) — Ella Vogel 7, Yeniah Jackson 6, Alivia Capshaw 6, Rikiara Rogan 5, Taylor Horton 2, Emma Winkler 2, Martasia Carter 1. FG 10 FT 9-17 (3-pointers: Capshaw)

Charleston 43, Kelly 34

Charleston and Kelly were tied entering the fourth but the Hawks outscored the Bluejays 17-8 in the final quarter to pick up the road victory.

Alaney led Kelly (11-9) to win finishing with a game-high 21 points. Allison Riley also chipped 12 points for the Hawks. The duo of Ashanti Jones (15) and Mistavia Murray scored all but eight of Charleston’s (10-9) points.

Kelly will be in action Wednesday as they travel Oak Ridge. The Bluejays next game will be Thursday at Oran.

Scoring

Kelly — 8 6 12 17 — 43

Charleston — 12 7 7 8 — 34

KELLY (43) — Alaney Moore 21, Kiya Lambert 12, Mallory Glastetter 6, Allison Owens 4. FG 17 FT 9-14 (3-pointers: none)

CHARLESTON (34) — Ashanti Jones 15, Mistavia Murray 11, Derrinda Kent 6, Teyarah Williams 2. FG 15 FT 4-8 (3-pointers: none)

Scott City 60, East Prairie 25

The Rams jumped out to a big lead and never looked back as they blew out the Eagles for a home triumph.

Aleah Morrill and Kacie Daigger outscored East Prairie (0-13) by themselves as they scored 18 points each to lead Scott City (9-9).

Katie Brewer and Makenzie Williams led the Eagles in scoring with eight points apiece.

Scott City will have a quick turnaround as they are at Woodland today. East Prairie will try to get in the win column when they travel to Kennett on Thursday.

Scoring

East Prairie — 8 9 6 2 — 25

Scott City — 17 18 19 6 — 60

EAST PRAIRIE (25) — Katie Brewer 8, Makenzie Williams 8, Ryanne Ambrose 4, Victoria Linley 2, Taryn Shoemaker 1, Tori Stinnett 1, Alexi Gammons 1. FG 10 FT 5-12 (3-pointers: none)

SCOTT CITY (60) — Aleah Morrill 18, Kacie Daigger 18, Liza Dannenmueller 9, Lily Calhoun 9, McKenzie Sweet 2, Jersey Black 2, Allysa Pruitt 2. FG 26 FT 2-7 (3-pointers: Morrill, Dannenmuller)

Delta 71, Meadow Heights 42

Delta (12-6) gained a home victory against Meadow Heights (4-11) on Monday

Kendall Holweg led the Bobcats to victory scoring 21 points total, including two 3-pointers.

The Panthers will play at St. Paul Lutheran on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Delta will play at Scott City next Monday at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Meadow Heights381716--42
Delta2823155--71

MEADOW HEIGHTS (42) -- Ashley Gruenke 4, Ashley Allen 17, Kylee Denman 5, Grace Cook 16. FG 19, FT 3-5 (3-pointers: Gruenke)

DELTA (71) -- Gwyneth Ikerman 2, Allie Hampton 8, Ashley White 19, Megan Miller 2, Gracie Branam 4, Coley Blattel 4, Brooke Coomer 3, Kendall Holweg 21, Lacey Blattel 4, Sadie Hornbuckle 4. FG 32, FT 2-3 (3-pointers: White, Holweg 2)

Scott County Central 65, Naylor 34

The Bravettes outscored the Eagles 35-14 in the second half to cruise to a home win.

The trio of Micah Adams (20), Bre’asia Jones (17) and Samantha Coffee (16) scored 53 of Scott County’s (13-2) 65 points in the victory.

Ebby Momen was the only Naylor (11-8) player to reach double figures, finishing with 13 points.

Both teams will be back in action on Thursday, the Bravettes will be on the road to play Woodland and the Eagles will host Dexter.

Scoring

Naylor — 5 15 7 7 — 34

Scott County — 12 18 22 13 — 65

NAYLOR (34) — Ebby Momen 13, Danielle Shepard 7, Faith Sullivan 6, Kaylynn Johnson 6, Hattie Day 2. FG 11 FT 11-20 (3-pointers: Sullivan)

SCOTT COUNTY (65) — Micah Adams 20, Bre’asia Jones 17, Samantha Coffee 16, Rita Meeker 8, Kyla Pearson 2, Layla Crisel 2. FG 24 FT 13-21 (3-pointers: Adams 2, Jones 2)

Eagle Ridge 36, Westwood 19

Eagle Ridge gained a victory from Westwood on Monday.

Rachel Margrabe scored 17 points for the Eagles, including a 3-pointer.

Westwood scored higher than Eagle Ridge in the second quarter, but the Eagles rallied and continued the efforts that led them to a victory.

Scoring

Eagle Ridge561015--36
Westwood0982--19

EAGLE RIDGE (36) --Rachel Margrabe 17, Sydney Gayman 2, Gracey Mink 2, Anna Hanselman 7, Harley Radi 5, Ashleigh Mink 3. FG 15, FT 2-4 (3-pointers: Margrabe, Hanselman, Radi, Mink)

WESTWOOD (19) -- Katie Gross 10, Madison Inman 5, Bethany Barker 4. FG 8, FT 0-4 (3-pointers: Gross 2, Inman)

Sikeston 50, Kennett 36

Sikeston (9-9) and Kennett (11-10) were tied entering the second quarter, but the Bulldogs put their efforts together to gain a victory on Monday.

Caroline Patton scored 11 points (including two 3-pointers) for the Indians.

Taydrianna Barnett scored 24 points for Sikeston, contributing nearly half of the points total.

Kennett will play East Prairie on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

The Bulldogs will play Neelyville on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

Scoring

Sikeston10151213--50
Kennett102420--36

SIKESTON (50) -- Kirsten Fairburst 2, Nayla Bonner 2, Taydrianna Barnett 24, Amyari Blissett 4, Camryn Self 2, Shania Hodges 2, Karris Allen 14. FG 19, FT 9-11 (3-pointers: Barnett 2, Hodges)

KENNETT (36) -- Mallory Morrow 2, Taleigh Harrell 2, Katara Raiford 2, Caroline Patton 11, Kyra Jaco 9, Anelle Harris 4, Kaniya Madlock 2, Barbara Spielman 4. FG 12, FT 8-12 (3-pointers: Patton 2, Jaco 2)

Oran 76, Oak Ridge 21

The Eagles outscored the Bluejays 46-8 in the first half en route to a dominating home victory.

Oran (16-3) was lead in scoring by Katie Webb who finished with 16 points. Grace Davis also reached double figures with 10. Paige Glueck was Oak Ridge’s (2-11) leading scorer netting eight points.

Oran’s next game will be at home against Charleston on Thursday. Oak Ridge will take on Bloomfield today.

Scoring

Oak Ridge — 4 4 9 4 — 21

Oran — 21 25 17 13 — 76

OAK RIDGE (21) — Paige Glueck 8, Bailey Brewer 7, Abby Morrison 4, Allison Seabaugh 2. FG 9 FT 2-8 (3-pointers: Brewer)

ORAN (76) — Katie Webb 16, Grace Davis 10, Mallory Lowes 9, Kaylee Payne 9, Heather Gosche 8, Kennedy McVay 5, Haley Webb 5, Taylor Lowes 4, Taylor Lowes 4, Sam Welter 3, Hope Woodfin 3, Traci Hency 2, Alyssa Spare 2. FG 31 FT 6-11 (3-pointers: Lowes 3, McVay, Welter, Payne, Woodfin, Webb)

New Madrid 68, Poplar Bluff 63

New Madrid (14-5) gained a well-earned victory from Poplar Bluff (10-8) on Monday.

Halftime ended with the Mules ahead of the Eagles, but New Madrid pulled together to defeat Poplar Bluff by a mere five points.

Kiley Bess scored 26 points total for the Mules, including a 3-pointer.

Ayannah Ruff led the Eagles with 18 points.

New Madrid will play at Cape Central on Thursday at 7:15 p.m.

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

Scoring

Poplar Bluff2314818--63
New Madrid16171322--68

POPLAR BLUFF (63) -- Kiley Bess 26, Hannah Corcimiglia 1, Hannah Bass 9, Abby Turner 12, Emma Johnson 8, Sierra Sievers 7. FG 24, FT 12-17 (3-pointers: Bess, Bass 3)

NEW MADRID (68) -- Shakyra Wright 13, Jimmya Caldwell-Newson 13, Ayannah Ruff 18, Alivia Hartman 15, Mastajah Walker 9. FG 27, FT 13-21 (3-pointers: Caldwell-Newson)

BOYS BASKETBALL

Meadow Heights 90, Marquand 47

Meadow Heights (9-9) took on Marquand (0-12) on Monday and gained a sweeping home victory.

Wyatt Lincoln led the Panthers with three 3-pointers, contributing 22 points total.

Coy Bailey scored 23 points for the Tigers, scoring nearly half of the team’s total points.

Meadow Heights will play Zalma tomorrow in the MVC tournament.

Marquand will play Leopond in the MVC tournament.

Scoring

Marquand1113185--47
Meadow Heights31271913--90

MARQUAND (47) -- Wyatt Simpson 2, Coy Bailey 23, Tim Clippard 9, Dominic Starkey 4, Landon Lord 9. FG 21, (3-pointers: Bailey, Clippard 2, Lord 1)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (90) -- Taylor Warden 5, Trae Davis 12, Jacob Barks 16, Josh Acord 9, Kade Lindgren 11, Tristen Mayfield 11, Wyatt Lincoln 22, Nathan Shrum 4. FG 35, FT 14-21 (3-pointers: Warden, Barks, Lindgren, Lincoln 3)

Jackson 71, Woodland 37

The Indians outscored the Cardinals 26-3 in the fourth quarter to turn the game into a rout and get a home win.

Lane Crowden led the charge for Jackson (7-11) finishing with 20 points while Nick Wasilewski had 15 points. Jarid Frymire ended with 19 points for Woodland (4-13) but no other Cardinals reached double digits.

Both teams have quick turnarounds as they both play today. Jackson will head to Charleston while the Cardinals will host Advance.

Scoring

Woodland — 10 13 11 3 — 37

Jackson — 16 16 13 26 — 71

WOODLAND (37) — Jarid Frymire 19, Lane VanGenip 7, Trenton Braswell 5, Rafe Johnson 2, Cecil Abernathy 2, Carter Mayfield 2. FG 13 FT 9-13 (3-pointers: Frymire 2)

JACKSON (71) — Lane Crowden 20, Nick Wasilewski 15, Clayton Ernst 7, Quinn Scott 7, Luke Mirly 6, Rhet Liley 6, Michael Schneider 4, Kannen Turley 2, Markiese Jones 2, Jacob Simmons 2. FG 27 FT 11-18 (3-pointers: Crowden 2, Mirly 2, Scott 2)

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