Basketball Roundup, Feb. 8

As part of the Charleston 6th Man Shootout it was the Notre Dame Bulldogs, who trailed early in the contest, finally gaining the upper hand in the 4th quarter scoring 26 points edging out the Titans of Confluence Prep(St. Louis).

Notre Dame was paced in scoring by Tyler Landawee who was one of three Bulldogs in double figures with 14 points. Drew Heisserer added 12 and Jake Young rounded out the trio with 11.

Senior Devin Phillips’ 20 points (Four 3-point baskets)paced Confluence Prep(record n/a) which was also a game-high. Fellow senior classman Rahji Howard pitched in 14 points.

Notre Dame (16-5) will host the Poplar Bluff Mules on Friday, Feb. 14th.

Scoring

Notre Dame - 10 16 10 26 = 62

Confluence Prep - 16 14 14 12 = 56

Notre Dame (62) — Tyler Landawee 14, Drew Heisserer 12, Jake Young 11, Hayden Jansen 9, Caleb Legrand 8, Justice Thoma 6, Kam Dohogne 2. FG 20, FT 15-19, (3-pointers: Heisserer 3, Jansen 3, Landawee ).

Confluence Prep (56) — Devin Phillips 20, Rahji Howard 14, Lyndell Hunt 10, Trasean White 8, Kenneth Chamberlain 2, Caleb Helm 2. FG 22, FT 6-13, (3-pointers: Phillips 4, White 2).

Cape Central 56, Hancock 48

In the 6-Man Shootout at Charleston, MO, Cape Central (16-5) handcuffed Hancock (13-3) with lockdown defense for the final eight minutes to secure victory from the jaws of defeat. The local Tigers allowed just one field goal in the last quarter. To that point, the game was very evenly matched as Hancock led by three with one period remaining. Cape’s balanced scoring and refusing to let their opponent get to the free-throw line—Hancock only attempted four singletons-- proved essential in win number sixteen.

Six foot-six inch freshman Cameron Williams led the scoring summary for Cape netting fourteen points. Teammates Darion Triplett, Anthony Mackins and Doreante’ Tucker lent support with double–digits. Sam Richardson of Hancock took game honors with sixteen. Central next plays on Tuesday at home against Jackson.

Scoring

Cape Central - 21 7 15 13 - 56
Hancock - 13 13 20 2 - 48

CAPE CENTRAL (56) — Cameron Williams 14, Darion Triplett 11, Tyrus Reddin 10, Doreante’ Tucker 10, Anthony Mackins 6, Rodlandis Robinson 4, Dorion Triplett 1. FG 24, FT 5-8, (3-pointers: Da. Triplett 2, Tucker).

HANCOCK (48) — Sam Richardson 16, Jaylin Hunter 13, Jeremiah Williams 12, Adrian Evans 5, Justin Pound 2. FG 21, FT 4-4, (3-pointers: Evans, Hunter).

Kennett 79, Oak Ridge 69

A later game in the Charleston 6th Man Shootout was the Kennett Indians getting back on the winning track defeating the Oak Ridge Bluejays in a highly anticipated contest.

Kennett started out red hot from the field as sophomore guard John McMullen(six 3-pointers), frosh Jackson Henfling(three 3-pointers), and junior Kobe Gates(five treys) torched Oak Ridge from the field, combining for 66 of the Indians 79 total points.

The Bluejays were led by all-state scoring machine David Layton who pumped in 12 of his game-high 37 in the 2nd and final periods each. Zach Legrand finished with 16 to help in a losing manner.

The Indians (16-7) will travel to Senath-Hornersville on Feb. 11th.

Oak Ridge will host 10-10 Meadow Heights on Feb. 11th.

Scoring

Kennett - 15 27 16 21 = 79

Oak Ridge - 9 23 13 24 = 69

Kennett (79) — Kobe Gates 24, Jackson Henfling 22, John McMullen 20, La’quez Pulliam 7, Dashawn Franks 4, Riley Henfling 2. FG 30, FT 5-9, (3-pointers: McMullen 6, Gates 5, J. Henfling 3).

Oak Ridge (69) — David Layton 37, Zach Legrand 16, Tanner Schamburg 6, Bryce Hahs 5, Drew Glueck 3, Luke Johnson 2 FG 22, FT 20-23, (3-pointers: Legrand 2, Layton 2 ).

South Iron 79, Campbell 64

In a game played at Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff this contest featured two of the best teams in the state in Class 1.

The undefeated Panthers of South Iron (#1 in the aforementioned state rankings) survived a slow start in the 1st quarter to pull away from the Camels in the second half.

South Iron (22-0) was led by Drenin Dinkins, who tallied 27 points including a perfect 9-9 from the charity stripe. Junior guard Brock Wakefield helped with 23 points in the victory.

Campbell (14-5) hung in the game and were led by All-State guard Blake Fowler who finished with a game-high 31 including 6 three-point field goals. Carlos Camargo wrapped up the double-digit scoring tally with 10.

The Panthers will go on the road Feb. 11th as they travel to Eminence.

The Camels will also be in action on the same day as they host East Prairie.

Scoring

South Iron - 12 20 22 25 = 79

Campbell - 16 12 19 17 = 64

South Iron (79) — Drenin Dinkins 27, Brock Wakefield 23, Jacob Howell 14, Champ McMurry 8, DJ Prater 5, Luke Lunyou 2. FG 29, FT 14-17, (3-pointers: Dinkins 4, Howell 2, Wakefield).

Campbell (64) — Blake Fowler 31, Carlos Camargo 10, Charlie Parker 8, Kaden Siebert 7, Skylar Morrison 6, Gavin Biggs 2. FG 22, FT 11-19, (3-pointers: Fowler 6, Morrison, Parker, Siebert).

GIRL’S BASKETBALL

Notre Dame 44, Blair Oaks 34

Notre Dame (16-2) ran their winning streak to eleven straight with a ten-point win over Blair Oaks (10-11) in the Helias Shootout in Jefferson City, MO. The charges of Coach Kirk Boeller played solid defense through the first half but managed only a 16-12 advantage. Sophomore guard Lexi Rubel filled the sheet with thirteen of her game-high seventeen points after the break as the Bulldogs took control. Mallorie Fick drilled three treys for the Falcons in matching Rubel for scoring honors. Those were the lone players with double-digits.

Notre Dame gets back on the hardwood on Monday hosting Dexter at 7:30.

Scoring

Notre Dame - 8 8 14 14 - 44
Blair Oaks - 4 8 11 11 - 34

NOTRE DAME (44) — Lexi Rubel 17, Tori Rubel 8, Emily Kellum 6, Riley Burger 5, Delaney Dohogne 4, Allie Burnett 2, Leah Jansen 2. FG 16, FT 9-15, (3-pointers: L. Rubel 2, T. Rubel).

BLAIR OAKS (34) — Mallorie Fick 17, Kaitlin Kolb 6, Madi Boessen 4, Lauren Strange 3, Alyssa Hargus 2, Kathleen Groner 2. FG 12, FT 6-14, (3-pointers: Fick 3, Strange).

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