Basketball Roundup, Feb. 6

Advance outscored Puxico on Thursday, ending the first half leading 24-7 and finishing the game 42-21.

Alandry Below led the Hornets (12-8) to a victory by scoring 23 points.

Advance will play Holcomb at home on Monday at 6 p.m.

Puxico (0-15) will play Campbell at home on Monday.

Scoring

Advance168108--42
Puxico0759--21

ADVANCE (42) -- Danielle Markham 6, Jadeyn Metcalf 10, Ashtin Fowler 3, Alandry Below 23. FG 16, FT 9-24 (3-pointers: Markham)

PUXICO (21) -- Alivia Taylor 7, Kaiti Payne 6, Kaly Haynes 3, Carlie Sifford 3, Bushra Iqbal 2. FG 8, FT 3-10 (3-pointers: Haynes, Taylor)

Scott County Central 69, Woodland 61

Scott County Central got by Woodland on Thursday outscoring the Cardinals 69-61.

Though Woodland (8-13) chased the Bravettes (15-3) through each quarter, Scott County Central rallied and kept victory status throughout the entire game.

Samantha Coffee led Scott County Central by scoring 31 points, including a 3-pointer.

Addie Johnson scored three 3-pointers for Woodland, contributing 14 points total.

The Bravettes will play at Sikeston on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

The Cardinals will play at Oran on Monday.

Scoring

Scott County Central17181717--69
Woodland9102517--61

SCOTT COUNTY CENTRAL (69) -- Samantha Coffee 31, Bre’asia Jones 11, Micah Adams 17, Rita Meeker 10. FG 25, FT 16-32 (3-pointers: Coffee, Jones, Adams)

WOODLAND (61) -- Maddi Altenthal 5, Chloe Goodwin 4, Riley Massa 2, Selena Sanford 2, Addie Johnson 14, Emma Brown 11, Alexa Mudro 2, Destinee Cowell 21. FG 22, FT 13-20 (3-pointers: Johnson 3, Cowell 3)

South Iron 61, East Carter19

South Iron (17-4) had only token resistance in defeating East Carter (12-11) at home.

The Panthers built a 26-7 lead by the end of the opening quarter and were never threatened. Tacking on another 35 points the rest of the way, South Iron coasted to victory.

Michaela Ayers and Hailey Pauley each registered double-digit points for South Iron.

Freshman Brooklyn Kearby led the Redbirds with 12.

South Iron next hosts Campbell on Saturday.

East Carter opens play in the Ozark Foothills Conference Tournament that same day.

Scoring

East Carter - 7 6 0 6 - 19

South Iron - 26 10 14 11 - 61

EAST CARTER (19) — Brooklyn Kearbey 12, Kadence Reynolds 3, Kennedy Thies 2, Brittany Croy 2. FG 6, FT 3-5, (3-pointers: Kearbey 4).

SOUTH IRON (61) — Michaela Ayers 17, Hailey Pauley 12, Maddie Ayers 8, Allecia Cornell 8, Megan Lashley 6, Drew Gayle 4, Callie Miller 4, Tyne Sutton 2. FG 26, FT 7-12, (3-pointers: Mi. Ayers, Pauley, Ma. Ayers.

Kelly 56, Chaffee 48

Kelly gained a 56-48 victory over Chaffee on Thursday.

At halftime, the Hawks were up 23-21, but their continued effort took them to an ultimate triumph.

Alaney Moore led Kelly with 23 total points, including a 3-pointer.

Ashtyn Rains and Brooke Kilburn contributed 11 points each for the Devils.

Kelly will play Portageville on Tuesday at 5 p.m.

Chaffee will play Meadow Heights on Monday at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Chaffee815169--48
Kelly11101718--56

CHAFFEE (48) -- Ashtyn Rains 11, Lauren Wagoner 7, Brooke Kilburn 11, Rayney Held 5, Braelyn Pobst 14. FG 19, FT 4-8 (3-pointers: Rains 3, Wagener)

KELLY (56) -- Allison Owens 10, Aleya King 11, Jasmine Lee 2, Alaney Moore 23, Kiya Lambert 10. FG 33, FT 5-9 (3-pointers: Owens, King 3, Moore)

Notre Dame 73, Saxony Lutheran 58

A quartet of Bulldogs scored twin figures as Notre Dame (15-2) continued its winning ways at Saxony Lutheran (12-9).

The victors built a 24-11 lead through eight minutes of action and the teams battled on near-even terms thereafter.

Both units exhibited more offense than when Notre Dame defeated the Crusaders in December by a 47-30 final.

Sophomore Lexi Rubel led the Bulldogs’ balanced attack with 18 points.

Senior Emma Brune was high for Saxony with 17.

Notre Dame next welcomes Blair Oaks on Saturday.

Saxony hosts Poplar Bluff on Monday.

Scoring

Notre Dame - 24 17 13 19 - 73

Saxony - 11 17 17 13 - 58

NOTRE DAME (73) — Lexi Rubel 18, Emily Kellum 13, Leah Jansen 11, Riley Burger 11, Delaney Dohogne 8, Allie Burnett 7 Tori Rubel 5. FG 29, FT 7-15, (3-pointers: Jansen 2, L. Rubel 2, Burnett, Kellum, Dohogne, T. Rubel ).

SAXONY (58) — Emma Brune 17, Alice Hogendobler 16, Olivia Spanley 9, Sydney Turner 9, Makayla Mueller 7. FG 22, FT 8-15, (3-pointers: Mueller 2, Turner 2, Hogendobler 2).Twin Rivers 52, Van Buren 47

Twin Rivers 52, Van Buren 47

Twin Rivers (11-11) evened their season record with a hard-fought victory at Van Buren (7-13). The Royals found themselves trailing by a point heading into the final frame and pulled out the win on the road.

Taylor Watson and Abby Hester led Twin Rivers with 13 and 11, respectively.

Katie Griffin took scoring honors for the Dawgs with 18 in the losing cause.

Twin Rivers opens play in the Ozark Foothills Conference Tournament on Saturday.

Van Buren is home to Alton on February 14.

Scoring

Twin Rivers - 10 14 11 15 - 50

Van Buren - 9 12 15 11 - 47

TWIN RIVERS (50) — Taylor Watson 13, Abby Hester 11, Hannah Bader 7, Jaylynn Williams 7, Brianna South 6, Madyson Foust3, Drew Love 3. FG 19, FT 8-17, (3-pointers: Watson 3, Love).

VAN BUREN (47) — Katie Griffin 18, Ella Wilbanks 12, Catie O’Dell 7, Lani Black 5, Scarlet Alcorn 5. FG 15, FT 12-14, (3-pointers: Wilbanks 2, Black, O’Dell, Griffin).

Cape Central 66, New Madrid 39

Cape Central (13-7) earned a convincing home-court victory by dominating the Eagles 66-39, particularly in the second half.

Leading by six at the break, Cape outscored the New Madrid 40-19 to coast to the win.

Tiger sophomore Ella Vogel led the win with 19 points, while freshman Taylor Horton added 18.

New Madrid’s Alivia Hartman tallied 17 as the lone double-digit scorer for New Madrid (14-9). Cape next travels to Kennett on Monday.

New Madrid is home to Caruthersville that same evening.

Scoring

New Madrid - 6 14 9 10 - 39

Cape Central - 13 13 22 18 - 66

NEW MADRID (39) — Alivia Hartman17, Ayannah Ruff 8, Shakyra Wright 7, Mastajah Walker 5, Iris Ducker 2. FG 12, FG 13-21, (3-pointers: Hartman 2).

CAPE CENTRAL (67) — Ella Vogel 19, Taylor Horton 18, Alivia Capshaw 11, Rakiara Bogan 9, Olivia Koch 5, Yeniah Jackson 4. FG 24, FT 11-17, (3-pointers: Capshaw 3, Horton 3, Bogan).

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