Basketball Roundup, Feb. 10

Puxico (8-12) outscored Bloomfield (4-16) in a home victory on Saturday, scoring higher than the Wildcats in every quarter.

Ethan Helm scored six 3-pointers, scoring four within the first quarter. Helm contributed 20 points total to the Indians.

Jamison Dodd gained 21 points for Bloomfield.

Puxico will play Ellington today at 7:30 p.m.

The Wildcats will play at Oran today at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Bloomfield1110820--49
Puxico1914921--63

BLOOMFIELD (49) -- Gage McNeil 14, Jeffrey Jarrell 5, Brandon Wright 3, Parker Heaton 6, Jamison Dodd 21. FG 18, FT 7-13 (3-pointers: McNeil 4, Jarrell, Wright)

PUXICO (63) -- Matt Caldwell 5, Bailey Zych 16, Ethan Helm 20, Dalton Andrews 17, Nolan Foster 5. FG 21, FT 12-22 (3-pointers: Caldwell, Zych, Helm 6, Andrews)

St. Vincent 69, St. Pius 59

The Indians and Lancers needed an extra period to decide the victor on Saturday, but in the end St. Vincent (14-4) came away victorious as they outscored St. Pius 15-5 in overtime.

Garrett Dobbelare scored 18 and Alex Brickhaus scored 16 points to lead St. Vincent to the win. Dobbelare and Brickhaus each netted two 3-pointers as well.

St. Vincent next game will be Tuesday at Herculaneum.

Scoring

St. Pius — 11 16 18 9 5 — 59

St. Vincent — 11 20 14 9 15 — 69

ST. VINCENT (69) — Garrett Dobbelare 18, Alex Brickhaus 16, John Wibbenmeyer 13, Colby Hager 9, Luke Brickhaus 5, Shawn Koishor 4, Phillip Ernst 2, Charles Sauer 2. FG 24 FT 17-32 (3-pointers: Dobbelare 2, A. Brickhaus 2)

East Prairie 63, Risco 52

The Eagles used a 13-6 advantage in the fourth quarter to pull away from the Tigers as they picked up the double-digit win on Saturday.

Jase Aycock poured in a game-high 23 points for East Prairie (7-12) in the victory. Harrison Moore and Garrison Scott each chipped in 10 points for the Eagles as well. Andrew Rodgers had 22 points to lead Risco (11-9) while Kamron Meese finished with 18 points and five threes. However, the rest of the Tigers combined for 12 points.

East Prairie will be at Campbell on Tuesday, while Risco will be in Tri-County Conference Tournament this week.

Scoring

Risco — 13 20 13 6 — 52

East Prairie — 18 17 15 13 — 63

RISCO (52) — Andrew Rodgers 22, Kamron Meese 18, Evan Pipkin 6, Hayden Ludwig 3, Tyler Edmond 2, Michael Hull 1. FG 20 FT 4-11 (3-pointers: Meese 5, Rodgers 2, Pipkin)

EAST PRAIRIE (63) — Jase Aycock 23, Harrison Moore 10, Garrison Scott 10, Jack Scruggs 7, Cooper Towe 6, Evan Howell 3, Hayden Ellis 2, Thomas Cade 2. FG 25 FT 10-13 (3-pointers: Aycock, Scruggs, Howell)

Richland 78, Scott County Central 66

Richland (5-12) outscored Scott County (2-16) on Monday, scoring higher in only the first and third quarters.

Damon Ivy scored 24 points for the Rebels, leading them to their win.

Bralyn Porter scored two 3-pointers, contributing 28 points to the Braves overall.

Richland will play Bloomfield on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Scott County will play Advance today at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Richland23152317--78
Scott County18171318--66

RICHLAND (78) -- Damon Ivy 24, Tanner Freeman 28, Shai Sherfield 12, Matt Finch 4, Andrew Partenberry 10. FG 28, FT 19-21 (3-pointers: Freeman, Sherfield 2)

SCOTT COUNTY (66) -- Bralyn Porter 28, Colton Vance 13, Kobie Burton 2, Levi Glueck 2, Kaden Sadler 9, Demarion Maney 4, Keron Banks 8. FG 24, FT 6-14 (3-pointers: Porter 2, Sadler 2)

Meadow Heights 74, Bell City 44

The Panthers doubled up the Cubs 44-22 in the first half and never looked back picking up the road victory.

Jacob Barks’ 25 points led Meadow Heights (11-10) to the win, while Tristian Mayfield pitched in 16 and Wyatt Lincoln had 10 points.

Luke Nichols scored a game-high 29 for Bell City (2-16) but the rest of the Cubs managed only 15.

Both teams will be on the road today, Meadow Heights will travel to Oak Ridge and Bell City will head to Dexter.

Scoring

Meadow Heights — 21 23 18 12 — 74

Bell City — 13 9 11 11 — 44

MEADOW HEIGHTS (74) — Jacob Barks 25, Tristen Mayfield 16, Wyatt Lincoln 10, Kolby Wilfong 8, Nathan Shrum 6, Kade Lindgren 4, Trae Davis 3, Sam Schmittzehe 2. FG 31 FT 5-11 (3-pointers: Barks 3, Mayfield 3, Lincoln)

BELL CITY (44) — Luke Nichols 29, Bryson Maddox 9, Jack Duenne 3, Austin Hunt 2, Andrew Hicks 1. FG 17 FT 6-10 (3-pointers: Nichols 2, Maddox, Duenne)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

St. Paul 61, Meadow Heights 44

St. Paul (13-9) and Meadow Heights (4-13) ended the first half 26-24, but St. Paul outscored the Panthers 61-44.

Gracie Cook led Meadow Heights by scoring 20 points.

Olivia Ayers scored two 3-pointers for St. Paul, and Riley Petty contributed 16 points.

The Panthers will play Scott City tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.

St. Paul will play at Lutheran South on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.

Scoring

Meadow Heights13111010--44
St. Paul9151819--61

MEADOW HEIGHTS (44) -- Ashley Gruenke 8, Ashley Allen 14, Kylee Denman 2, Gracie Cook 20. FG 19, FT 4-4 (3-pointers: Gruenke 2)

ST. PAUL (61) -- Emily Snyder 5, Izze Carroll 12, Hannah Davis 7, Riley Petty 16, Brylee Durbin 10, Paige Ames 5, Olivia Ayers 6. FG 23, FT 10-17 (3-pointers: Snyder, Davis, Durbin, Ayers 2)

New Madrid County Central 78, Caruthersville 51

The duo of Alivia Hartman and Shakyra Wright outscored the Tigers by themselves as the Eagles picked up the home victory.

Hartman scored a team-high 32 and Wright finished with 23 points in the double digit victory for New Madrid (15-6).

Keara Johnson scored a game-high 33 points for Caruthersville (7-10) but the Tigers as a whole did not have the scoring punch to keep up with the Eagles.

New Madrid will have a quick turnaround as they are the road to play East Prairie today. Caruthersville will have some time off as their next game will be next Tuesday at Scott County Central.

Scoring

Caruthersville — 8 17 17 9 — 51

New Madrid CC — 14 17 33 14 — 78

CARUTHERSVILLE (51) — Keara Johnson 33, Karmella Robinson 12, Laticia Hamilton 4, Nybria Carter 2. FG 20 FT 10-22 (3-pointers: Robinson)

NEW MADRID CC (78) — Alivia Hartman 32, Shakyra Wright 23, Ayannah Ruff 8, Mastajah Walker 6, Jimmya Caldewell-Newsom 4, Amari Robinson 3, Isis Ducker 2. FG 33 FT 8-15 (3-pointers: Hartman 2, Wright, Robinson)

Holcomb 56, Advance 30

Holcomb gained a home victory playing Advance on Monday.

Alandry Below scored 15 points for Advance, making up half of the team's total points.

Holcomb will play at Puxico on Thursday

Advance will play Malden on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Advance10857--30
Holcomb6152114--56

ADVANCE (30) -- Danielle Markham 10, Ashtin Fowler 2, Alandry Below 15, Molly Freed 3. FG 10, FT 10-20.

Senath-Hornersville 32, Bloomfield 23

The Lions held the Wildcats to five points or less in all but one quarter as they picked up the home win.

Senath-Hornersville (6-11) scored half of its points from the three-point line as Aubry Jones and Kylie Kulin hit two each. Jones finished with a team-high 12 points and Kulin had eight for the Lions.

Adison Musgrave and Jenna Yates combined for 19 of the 23 Bloomfield (1-8) points. The difference in the game was at the charity stripe where the Wildcats shot 3-14.

Bloomfield will be on the road again for their next game as they travel to Oak Ridge on Thursday. Senath-Hornersville will also be on the road for their next game as they travel to South Pemiscot on Friday.

Scoring

Bloomfield — 4 10 4 5 — 23

Senath-Hornersville — 12 10 2 8 — 32

BLOOMFIELD (23) — Adison Musgrave 10, Jenna Yates 9, Ashton Bell 2, Savanna Spicer 2. FG 9 FT 3-14 (3-pointers: Musgrave 2)

SENATH-HORNERSVILLE (32) — Aubry Jones 12, Kylie Kulin 8, Alicia Luna 4, Abby Vilchis 4, Sarah Garza 2, A.C. Lewis 2. FG 11 FT 6-8 (3-pointers: Jones 2, Kulin 2)

Chaffee 62, Meadow Heights 57

Down by one point at halftime, Chaffee (7-14) continued to rally and outscore Meadow Heights (4-13) ending the game 62-57.

Ashtyn Rains led the Devils with 18 points, including six 3-pointers.

Ashley Gruenke scored seven 3-pointers, contributing 22 points to the Panthers.

Chaffee will play Oak Ridge today at 7:30 p.m.

Meadow Heights will play Scott City tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Meadow Heights15151116--57
Chaffee15141617--62

MEADOW HEIGHTS (57) -- Ashley Gruenke 22, Ashley Allen 12, Kylee Denman 11, Gracie Cook 12. FG 23, FT 4-6 (3-pointers: Gruenke 7)

CHAFFEE (62) -- Ashtyn Rains 18, Lauren Wagoner 6, Brooke Kilburn 13, Braelyn Pobst 14, Baylee Elfrink 1, Charlie Carlton 10. FG 24, FT 5-8 (3-pointers: Rains 6, Wagoner, Pobst 2)

Notre Dame 75, Dexter 23

The Bulldogs led 42-16 by halftime and never looked back as they shredded the Bearcats in a home victory.

Lexi Rubel and Delaney Dohogne each finished with game-high 15 points to lead Notre Dame (16-2) to the comfortable win.

Dulcie Pullen scored nearly half of the Dexter (3-18) points, ending with 10.

Notre Dame will look to keep up the winning ways when they travel to Westminster Academy on Wednesday. Dexter will be back home on Thursday to host Cape Central.

Scoring

Dexter — 12 4 4 3 — 23

Notre Dame — 23 19 29 4 — 75

DEXTER (23) — Dulcie Pullen 10, Mikayla Dodson 4, Kailee Kensey 3, Sydney Asberry 2, Alexa Werneck 2, Magi McBride 2. FG 11 FT 0-0 (3-pointers: Kensey)

NOTRE DAME (75) — Lexi Rubel 15, Delaney Dohogne 15, Allie Burnett 11, Riley Burger 10, Leah Jansen 8, Tori Rubel 7, Yasmeen Rodgers 5, Emily Kellum 4. FG 30 FT 7-13 (3-pointers: L. Rubel 3, Burnett 2, A. Rubel 2, Dohogne)

Poplar Bluff 62, Saxony Lutheran 59

The Mules held off a fourth-quarter rally by the Crusaders to pick up the road win. Poplar Bluff (12-8) led by 10 entering the fourth but were outscored 21-14 by Saxony Lutheran (12-10), however, the comeback came up just short.

The Mules were led by the scoring efforts of Kiley Bess, who finished with 21 points. Abby Turner pitched in 16 for Poplar Bluff and Sierra Sievers also reached double figures, ending with 11.

The duo of Emma Brune and Olivia Spanley did most of the damage for the Crusaders as Brune finished with a game-high 23 points and Spanley was right behind with 21 points.

Both teams will both play at home on Thursday as Poplar Bluff will welcome Kennett to town and Saxony Lutheran will host Oran.

Scoring

Poplar Bluff — 23 12 13 14 — 62

Saxony Lutheran — 15 11 12 21 — 59

POPLAR BLUFF (62) — Kiley Bess 21, Abby Turner 16, Sierra Sievers 11, Katherine Portillo 9, Hannah Carcimiglia 3, Emma Johnson 2. FG 25 FT 8-10 (3-pointers: Bess 3, Portillo)

SAXONY LUTHERAN (59) — Emma Brune 23, Olivia Spanley 21, Alice Hogendobler 9, Sydney Turner 3, Makayla Mueller 3. FG 20 FT 14-23 (3-pointers: Hogendobler 3, Turner, Mueller)

Delta 69, Scott City 37

Delta (9-11) played Scott City (15-7) on Monday and outscored them in every quarter, leading to an ultimate victory.

Ashley White led the Bobcats by scoring three 3-pointers, adding up to 16 points total.

Kacie Daiger scored four 3-pointers for the Rams, contributing 14 points.

Delta will play at Woodland on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Scott City will play at Meadow Heights tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Delta19231215--69
Scott City816112--37

DELTA (69) -- Teriana Crowden 2, Allie Hampton 4, Ashley White 16, Megan Miller 2, Gracie Branam 3, Coley Blattel 14, Lacey Blattel 14, Kendall Holweg 14. FT 4-10 (3-pointers: White 3, Blattel 3, Holweg 1)

SCOTT CITY (37) -- Aleah Morrill 4, McKenzie Sweet 7, Jersey Black 3, Lillian Calhoun 6, Liza Dannenmueller 3, Kacie Daigger 14. FT 2-13 (3-pointers: Daigger 4, Dannenmueller)

Oran 75, Woodland 46

The Eagles had 12 players score as they spread out the scoring to get a double-digit home win over the Cardinals.

Two of Oran’s (17-3) twelve scorers reached double figures as Kaylee Payne led the team with 16 points and Taylor Lowes finished with 14 points.

Woodland (8-14) had the game’s leading scorer as Addie Johnson ended with 17 points but no other Cardinals player reached double digits.

Oran and Woodland will both play on Thursday, the Eagles will travel to Poplar Bluff and the Cardinals will host Delta.

Scoring

Woodland — 5 12 14 15 — 46

Oran — 19 23 18 15 — 75

WOODLAND (46) — Addie Johnson 17, Maddi Altenthal 8, Destinee Cowell 8, Emma Brown 5, Sarah Wilkinson 4, Riley Massa 2, Alexa Mudro 2. FG 16 FT 9-15 (3-pointers: Johnson 3, Altenthal, Cowell)

ORAN (75) — Kaylee Payne 16, Taylor Lowes 14, Katie Webb 8, Mallory Lowes 7, Traci Hency 6, Sam Welter 6, Hope Woodfin 5, Paige Bradley 4, Kennedi McVay 3, Heather Gosche 2, Haley Webb 2. FG 32 FT 4-16 (3-pointers: Payne 2, T. Lowes 2, M. Lowes, Woodfin, McVay)

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