Basketball Roundup, Feb. 11

Gabby Nielson scored a game-high 33 points for the Campbell Camels (6-13) and outscored the Puxico Indians (0-16) by herself as the Camels picked up a 61-25 road victory on Monday.

Adrianna Pearson also cracked double figures for Campbell, she finished with 10 points.

Kaiti Payne and Kaly Haynes scored 19 of the 25 Indians points as Payne led with 10 and Haynes ended with 9.

Both teams will play at home on Thursday. Campbell will host Scott City and Puxico will try for its first win against Holcomb.

Scoring

Campbell — 17 12 21 11 — 61

Puxico — 8 5 8 4 — 25

CAMPBELL (61) — Gabby Nielson 33, Adrianna Pearson 10, Madison Townsend 6, Lauren Weidenbenner 4, Darcy Broglin 3, Marie Wheeler 2, McKenzie Sevier 2, Hannah Littrell 1. FG 22 FT 9-22 (3-pointers: Nielson 5, Townsend)

PUXICO (25) — Kaiti Payne 10, Kaly Haynes 9, Gracey Wilkerson 2, Lanie Wilkerson 2, Hannah Jones 2. FG 7 FT 8-16 (3-pointers: Haynes 3)

Chaffee 65, Oak Ridge 23

The Red Devils did not allow a single point in the fourth quarter as they leveled the Bluejays in a home triumph.

Braelyn Pobst matched Oak Ridge’s (4-13) point total, finishing with 23 points to lead Chaffee (8-14). Pobst also dished out nine assists for the Red Devils. Brooke Kilburn chipped in 16 points for Chaffee. Paige Glueck did the majority of the scoring for the Bluejays. She finished with 19 of Oak Ridge’s 23 points.

Chaffee will play for a third consecutive day today as they travel to Charleston. Oak Ridge will play at Bloomfield on Thursday.

Scoring

Oak Ridge — 4 9 10 0 — 23

Chaffee — 13 17 23 12 — 65

OAK RIDGE (23) — Paige Glueck 19, Bailey Brewer 2, Mia Friese 2. FG 10 FT 0-4 (3-pointers: Glueck 3)

CHAFFEE (65) — Braelyn Pobst 23, Brooke Kilburn 16, Jayden Welch 11, Ashtyn Rains 6, Luren Wagoner 3, Baylee Elfrink 2, Charlie Carlton 2, Rayney Held 2. FG 20 FT 13-17 (3-pointers: Welch 3, Pobst 2, Rains 2, Wagoner).

BOYS BASKETBALL

Notre Dame 63, Vianney 52

The Bulldogs jumped out to 10-point halftime lead and held off the Golden Griffins from there to get the win.

Justice Thoma and Tyler Landewee each scored 14 points to lead Notre Dame (17-4) to the win. Thoma also had eight rebounds and Landewee finished with six assists and five steals. Kam Dohogne pitched in 12 points for the Bulldogs.

Notre Dame will host Poplar Bluff on Friday.

Scoring

Notre Dame — 9 17 17 20 — 63

Vianney — 8 8 12 24 — 52

NOTRE DAME (63) — Justice Thoma 14, Tyler Landewee 14, Kam Dohogne 12, Caleb LeGrand 9, Hayden Jansen 6, Drew Heisserer 4, Tyler Parker 2, Jake Young 2. FG 26 FT 8-14 (3-pointers: Jansen 2, Landewee).

Cooter 89, Southland 76

In Monday’s Tri County Tournament action at Clarkton, Cooter (10-7) jumped out to an eight-point first quarter lead and held off a competitive Southland (5-16) unit. Long range shooting was in evidence in the high scoring contest as the victorious Wildcats rang up fourteen treys—a dozen by senior Jacob Watkins as part of a 51-point performance. The Rebels countered with ten triples including five by their scoring leader Cyrus Luke who netted twenty-four points. The tournament concludes on Friday. Southland then hosts Marquand on Saturday. Cooter welcomes Southland for a return on February 17.

Scoring

Cooter - 21 24 23 21 - 89

Southland - 13 22 17 24 - 76

COOTER (89) — Jacob Watkins 51, Edward McLevian 16, Lukas Barnes 10, Ethan Perkins 6, Layton Robinson 4, Cade Carlock 2. FG 34, FT 7-11, (3-pointers: Watkins 12, McLevain 2).

SOUTHLAND (76) — Cyrus Luke 24, Hunter Wynns 21, William Tomblin 10, Ithan Gallardo 9, Jamarion Edwards 8, Shayne Tomblin 2, Michael Skaggs 2. FG 30, FT 10-19, (3-pointers: Luke 5, Gallardo 3, Edwards 2).

Risco 82, Delta C7 48

A trio of Tigers netted twenty or more points each as Risco (12-9) cruised to victory over in Delta (4-14) in the Tri county Conference Tournament on Monday. Kamron Meese tallied three from behind the arc as part of a game-high twenty-five points. He and Andrew Rodgers accounted for twenty-two of Risco’s two dozen third quarter points. Delta was led by Thomas Watson’s sixteen which included four from downtown. Both teams have games away from home coming up. Delta travels to Southland on Monday. Risco heads to Hayti on Tuesday.

Scoring

Risco - 22 24 24 12 - 82

Delta C7 - 16 17 9 6 - 48

RISCO (82) — Kamron Meese 25, Andrew Rodgers 23, Hayden Ludwig 20, Evan Pipkin 5, Duncan Hicks 4, Tyler Edmond 3, Michael Hull 2. FG 32, FT 12-23, (3-pointers: Meese 3, Rodgers, Hicks, Edmond).

DELTA (48) — Thomas Watson 16, Levi Smith 10, Ky’ran Luster 9, Ryan Copley 6, Corbin Loggins 5, Alize Childress2. FG 17, FT 6-9, (3-pointers: Watson 4, Smith 2, Luster, Loggins).

Cape Central 57, Jackson 39

The Tigers pulled away from the Indians with a 17-8 second quarter advantage and never looked back to pick up the home win.

Doreante’ Tucker assumed most of the scoring load for Cape Central (17-5) as he finished with 24 points. Tyrus Reddin and Dorian Triplett also cracked double figures for the Tigers ending with 13 and 11 points. Nick Wasilewski was the only Jackson (7-14) player to reach double digits, as he led the Indians with 14 points.

Both teams will be at home Friday. Cape Central hosts Sikeston and Jackson takes on New Madrid County Central.

Scoring

Jackson — 10 8 14 7 — 39

Cape Central — 12 17 17 11 — 57

JACKSON (39) — Nick Wasilewski 14, Clayton Ernst 9, Quinn Scott 6, Michael Schneider 4, Rhet Liley 2, Luke Mirly 2, Lane Crowden 2. FG 15 FT 6-13 (3-pointers: Scott 2, Schneider).

CAPE CENTRAL (57) — Doreante’ Tucker 24, Tyrus Reddin 13, Dorian Triplett 11, Darion Triplett 5, Anthony Mackins 2, Quintaven Parker 2. FG 21 FT 9-12 (3-pointers: Tucker 4, Reddin, Da. Triplett)

Bernie 67, Hayti 64

Four quarters was not enough to separate the Mules and the Indians, however Bernie (19-5) was victorious at home after the extra period.

The Mules were led by a pair of 20-point scorers as Landon Zoll and Andrew Geohagen each finished with exactly 20. Zoll also hit six three pointers.

The trio of Tyliek Moore (29), Trecharles McCoy (18) and Trayvon Thomas (16) scored all but seven of the Hayti (16-8) points. Moore hit seven threes as well.

Bernie will hit the road to play Malden on Friday. Hayti will wrap up its regular season Tuesday with a home game against Risco.

Scoring

Hayti — 15 3 16 14 16 — 64

Bernie — 10 9 16 13 19 — 67

HAYTI (64) — Tyliek Moore 29, TreCharles McCoy 18, Trayvon Thomas 16, Damorri Reed 6, Lee Taylor 1. FG 23 FT 8-13 (3-pointers: Moore 7, Thomas 3).

BERNIE (67) — Landon Zoll 20, Andrew Geohagen 20, Blake Harty 13, Tyler Suiter 8, Johnny Vaughn 6. FG 24 FT 10-14 (3-pointers: Zoll 6, Vaughn 2, Harty).

Campbell 68, East Prairie 35

The Camels stifled the Eagles all night as they cruised to home triumph.

Campbell’s (15-5) trio of Blake Fowler (16), Skylar Morrison (13) and Gavin Biggs (13) led the scoring front. East Prairie (7-13) did not have a double digit scorer as Jack Scruggs led the Eagles with eight points.

Campbell’s next game will be Saturday when they host Meadow Heights. East Prairie will play Friday at home against Kelly.

Scoring

East Prairie — 13 7 10 5 — 35

Campbell — 18 12 24 14 — 68

EAST PRAIRIE (35) — Jack Scruggs 8, Jase Aycock 7, Harrison Moore 7, Garrison Scott 6, Trea Cade 5, Hayden Ellis 2. FG 12 FT 10-14 (3-pointers: Cade)

CAMPBELL (67) — Blake Fowler 16, Skylar Morrison 13, Gavin Biggs 13, Kaden Siebert 9, Jacob Vines 6, Carlos Camargo 6, Charlie Parker 5. FG 30 FT 4-7 (3-pointers: Siebert 2, Fowler, Morrison)

Gideon 94, North Pemiscot 26

Top seeded Gideon (18-4) easily took the measure of North Pemiscot (0-20) in a quarterfinal game of the Tri County Tournament played at Clarkton on Tuesday. The contest was never in doubt as the Bulldogs had the game in total command by the end of the opening period. Samuel Williams paced the victors with twenty-four points and was aided by three teammates scoring in double figures. Lonnie Glass put up twelve for the Mustangs who still seek that elusive first win of the season. Both teams are scheduled for home tilts on Tuesday. North Pemiscot hosts Cooter. Senath Hornersville calls on Gideon.

Scoring

Gideon - 30 35 17 12 - 94

North Pemiscot - 7 6 4 9 - 26

GIDEON (94) — Samuel Williams 24, Brevin Vines 16, Jeffery Stover 14, Zachary Swift 12, Dawson Huckabee 9, Brett Hufford 8, Daylen Cornett 2, Brendan Buchanan 2, Jordan Davis 2, Jarret Smith 2, Dalton Manning 2, Logan Woodard 1. FG 40, FT 4-10, (3-pointers: Swift 4, Huckabee 3, Vines 2).

NORTH PEMISCOT (26) — Lonnie Glass 12, Billy Moore 6, Dalton Lytle 5, Xander Boling 3. FG 11, FT 3-6, (3-pointers: Boling).

Scott City 70, Leopold 59

Free throws iced this game at Leopold for Scott City (16-7). The victors had just a pair of field goals in the fourth quarter, but four Rams converted thirteen of fourteen from the charity stripe in the frame to hold off the Wildcats (12-11). Balanced scoring was the mode for both teams as each placed a quartet of players in double-digits. Camden Connor earned game honors scoring twenty-two for Scott City. Seven treys by the Rams also loomed large. Sophomore Paul Deck led Leopold with seventeen. Each team has Advance as their next scheduled opponent. The Hornets travel to Leopold on Friday and to Scott City the following evening.

Scoring

Scott City - 17 17 19 17 - 70

Leopold - 11 9 22 17 - 59

SCOTT CITY (70) — Camden Connor 22, Kaden Mouser 17, Spencer Stratman 11, Ethan Pennington 11, Nicolas Hillman 6, Wes Wilburn 3. FG 22, FT 19-28, (3-pointers: Mouser 4, Connor 2, Stratman).

LEOPOLD (59) —Paul Deck 17, Caleb Schaab 14, Cameron Abernathy 12, James Peteers 10, Connor Lincoln 6. FG 23, FT 8-11, (3-pointers: Schaab 2, Abernathy).

Advance 79, Scott County Central 59

The Braves could do absolutely nothing to stop Jack Below as he poured in 40 points and led the Hornets to the road victory.

Below made 13 shots from the field and went 13-19 from the line for Advance (18-4). Landon Daly also had 20 points as the duo outscored Scott County Central (2-17) by themselves. The Braves were led by Keshawn Sanders with 15 points and Bralyn Porter was right behind him with 14 points.

Advance will stay on the road as they head to Delta on Thursday. Scott County Central will also be on the road for their next game as they are at Oran Friday.

Scoring

Advance — 21 20 20 18 — 79

Scott County Central — 16 17 14 12 — 59

ADVANCE (79) — Jack Below 40, Landon Daly 20, Jaren Schrader 11, Zach Simms 5, Hayden Hitt 2, Joe Eaton 1. FG 30 FT 17-25 (3-pointers: Below)

SCOTT COUNTY CENTRAL (59) — Keshawn Sanders 15, Bralyn Porter 14, Keron Banks 11, Colton Vance 6, Kaden Sadler 5, Demarion Maney 4, Levi Glueck 2, Kobie Burton 2. FG 23 FT 11-17 (3-pointers: Sanders, Porter)

St. Vincent 60, Herculaneum 40

The Indians trailed at halftime but they outscored the Blackcats 41-16 in the second half to pick up a double-digit road win.

Alex Brickhaus scored 16 points to lead the charge for St. Vincent (15-4) with Charles Sauer right behind him at 14 points. Phillip Ernst also contributed 12 points for the Indians.

St. Vincent will be back home today to take on Oran.

Scoring

St. Vincent — 9 10 18 23 — 60

Herculaneum — 10 14 4 12 — 40

ST. VINCENT (60) — Alex Brickhaus 16, Charles Sauer 14, Phillip Ernst 12, Garrett Dobbelare 7, Luke Brickhaus 4, Shawn Koishor 4, Colby Hager 3. FG 20 FT 16-28 (3-pointers: A. Brickhaus 2, L. Brickhaus, Hager)

Clarkton 57, Holcomb 45

Clarkton (10-11) advanced to the semifinals of the Tri County Tournament with a win over Holcomb (5-15). The Reindeer stretched a five point halftime advantage to twelve entering the fourth quarter then matched the Hornets’ with sixteen markers the rest of the way.

A freshman for each team highlighted play. Owen Morgan cashed all four of Clarkton’s triples. Dylan Bradshaw took scoring honors with twenty points for Holcomb.

Both teams round out their regular season schedules next week. Clarkton travels to South Pemiscot on Tuesday. Holcomb plays on its home court against Malden on Thusday.

Scoring

Clarkton - 13 13 15 16 - 57

Holcomb - 10 11 8 16 - 45

CLARKTON (57) — Izaya Gorman 14, Owen Morgan 12, Rica Brown 11, Kevin Perkins 10, Caleb Plunkett 3, David Coleman 3, Edgar Zapata 2, Caleb Underwood 2. FG 22, FT 9-15, (3-pointers: Morgan 4).

HOLCOMB (45) — Dylan Bradshaw 20, Kristopher Kendrick 8, Nathaniel Rhew 7, William Bader 5, Zander Burke 3, Gregory Kendrick 2. FG 16, FT 12-14, (3-pointers: Rhew).

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