Basketball Roundup, Feb. 13

Oran (20-4) gained a victory from St. Vincent (15-5) on Wednesday in boy's basketball action.

The Indians ended the first quarter in the lead, but the Eagles stepped up and nearly evened the score by halftime (24-23) before winning 57-51.

Langdon Scheeter scored 15 points for Class 2 No. 5-ranked Oran, including a 3-pointer.

Alex Brickhaus and Colby Hager each scored a 3-pointer for St. Vincent.

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

The Indians will play at Hillsboro today at 7 p.m.

Scoring

Oran1771518--57
St. Vincent4191117--51

ORAN (57) -- Langdon Scheeter 15, Dave Shands 11, Cooper Priggel 10, Tyson Goodale 10, Ty Johnson 9, Samuel Shoemaker 2. FG 17, FT 17-24 (3-pointers: Scheeter, Shands 3, Priggel 3)

ST. VINCENT (51) -- Alex Brickhaus 14, Garrett Dobbelare 9, Colby Hager 9, John Wibbenmeyer 5, Charles Sauer 4, Shawn Koishor 3, Ryan Mingione 3, Luke Brickhaus 2, Phillip Ernst 2. FG 19, FT 11-22 (3-pointers: Alex Brickhaus, Hager)

Bloomfield 60, Richland 50

Bloomfield (5-17) prevailed over Richland (6-15) on Thursday by a 60-50 score.

Both teams were tied at halftime, but the Wildcats rallied in the fourth quarter to get past the Rebels.

Gage McNeil scored three 3-pointers for the Wildcats, for 19 points total.

Shai Sherfield scored 17 points for the Rebels, including two 3-pointers.

Bloomfield is playing Portageville at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday

Richland is playing Puxico today at 7 p.m.

Scoring

Bloomfield1591620--60
Richland12121511--50

BLOOMFIELD (60) -- Bryant Vaugn 3, Gage McNeil 19, Jeffrey Jarrell 14, Brandon Wright 5, Jamison Dodd 19. FG 21, FT 13-20 (3-pointers: Vaugn, McNeil 3, Wright)

RICHLAND (50) -- Damon Ivy 5, Shai Sherfield 17, Matt Finch 4 Tanner Freeman 12, Andrew Partenberry 8, Norman Oakley 2, Lennon Cook 2. FG 20, FT 7-11 (3-pointers: Sherfield 2, Freeman)

Ellington 77, Puxico 52

Ellington (11-11) put together four consistent quarters of offensive basketball on Tuesday at Puxico (8-13) and headed back home with a 25-point win.

The Whippets pieced together a lead of 13 by halftime and continued their dominance after the break.

The game was highlighted by 11 treys by the visitors.

Juniors Brycen King and Kyle Conkright accounted for 10 of those.

Conkright took scoring honors with 33 markers and King added 25.

Bailey Zych and Ethan Helm each tallied 12 to lead the Indians.

Both teams travel on Friday. Ellington heads to Eminence. Puxico visits Richland.

Scoring

Ellington - 16 20 21 20 - 77

Puxico - 11 12 10 19 - 52

ELLINGTON (77) — Kyle Conkright 33, Brycen King 25, Carsen Anderson 8, Caleb Whitehead 4, Carson McNail 3, Trevor Copeland 2, Tyler Hackworth 2. FG 25, FT 16-23, (3-pointers: King 6, Conkright 4, McNail).

PUXICO (52) — Bailey Zych 12, Ethan Helm 12, Lucas Plunkett 9, Matt Caldwell 8, Joel Bannister 4, Dalton Andrews 2, Nolan Foster 2, Michael Pierre 2, Jordan Dyer 1. FG 20, FT 5-9, (3-pointers: Helm 3, Caldwell 2, Zych, Plunkett).

Advance 108, Delta 105

Delta (19-4) topped 100 points for the 11th time this season, but this time it would not be enough for victory.

Advance (19-4) topped the century mark for the first time and eked out an exciting finish 108-105.

Jack Below couldn’t be contained, as he ripped the nets for 61 of the Hornets points.

Landon Daily added 18 and Hayden Hitt chipped in 11.

Evan Bartels led the Bobcats with 24 and Eric Berry followed with 23.

Advance travels to Leopold today, while Delta has a home game vs. Chaffee on Tuesday.

Soring

Advance - 26 27 27 28 - 108

Delta - 25 29 28 23 - 105

ADVANCE (108) — Jack Below 61, Landon Daily 18, Hayden Hitt 11, Jaren Schrader 8, Zach Simms 5, Hunter Curtis 3, Hayden Laird 2, FG 41, FT 21-36, (3-pointers: Below 2, Curtis.

DELTA (105) — Evan Bartels 24, Eric Berry 23, Jonathan Bond 17, Colby Crader 16, Dale Lincoln 9, Isaiah Thomas 9, Grant Coomer 4, Ryan Birkman 3. FG 39, FT 15-21, (3-pointers: Bartels 5, Bond 2, Berry, Thomas, Birkman).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Scott City 62, Meadow Heights 42

Scott City (11-11) took care of Meadow Heights (4-14) on Wednesday 62-42.

Kacie Daigger scored four 3-pointers for the Rams, contributing 25 points total.

Ashley Gruenke scored 16 points for the Panthers, including three 3-pointers.

Scott City will at St. Vincent Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., while Meadow Heights will go to Holcomb on Saturday at 1 p.m.

Scoring

Scott City8121626--62
Meadow Heights76821--42

SCOTT CITY (62) -- Aleah Morrill 8, Kacie Daigger 25, McKenzie Sweet 5, Jersey Black 11, Lily Calhoun 8, Liza Dannenmueller 5. FG 24, FT 9-15 (3-pointers: Daigger 4, Dannenmueller)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (42) -- Marissa Byrd 2, Ashley Gruenke 16, Ashley Allen 8, Kylee Denman 5, Gracie Cook 11. FG 17, FT 5-12 (3-pointers: Gruenke 3)

Malden 56, Advance 42

Visiting Malden (11-10) amped up its offense in the final period and defeated Advance (12-10) by a 56-42 score.

Leading by just a field goal with eight minutes to play, the Green Wave finished strong with a 20-8 fourth-quarter margin.

Six Malden players scored in that final period and were led overall in the contest by Madison Saulsbury and Madison Mittag with 17 and 16 points, respectively.

Sophomore Allandry Below had a huge offensive game for Advance, netting 33 of her team’s points including 11 of 14 from the free-throw line.

Advance is next scheduled to play at Campbell on Tuesday. Malden hosts Doniphan on Thursday.

Scoring

Malden - 9 13 14 20 - 56

Advance - 15 8 11 8 - 42

MALDEN (56) — Madison Saulsbury 17, Madison Mittag 16, Shamya Dobbins 7, Arionne Ross 7, Bryden Maddox 6, Jada Townsend 3. FG 25, FT 6-14, (3-pointers: none).

ADVANCE (42) — Alandry Below 33, Jadeyn Metcalf 4 Danielle Markham 3, Molly Freed 2. FG 15, FT 11-20, (3-pointers: Markham).

Scott City 59, Campbell 58

Scott City (11-11) won a close victory playing Campbell (6-15) on Thursday after allowing the Camels to rally in the final quarter.

The Camels scored more points than the Rams in the fourth quarter, but that wasn’t enough to defeat them altogether.

Kacie Daigger scored four 3-pointers for Scott City, and contributed 21 points overall.

Gabrielle Neilson scored 23 points for Campbell, including a 3-pointer.

The Camels will play Advance on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

The Rams will play at St. Vincent on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Scott City12111818--59
Campbell991921--58

SCOTT CITY (59) -- Aleah Morrill 16, Kacie Daigger 21, McKenzie Sweet 4, Jersey Black 8, Lily Calhoun 6, Liza Dannenmueller 4. FG 22, FT 11-21 (3-pointers: Daigger 4)

CAMPBELL (58) -- Madisyn Townsend 11, Macy Hendrix 5, Gabrielle Neilson 23, Marie Wheeler 4, Hannah Littrell 5, Adrionna Pearson 10. FG 23, FT 9-14 (3-pointers: Townsend 2, Neilson)

Jackson 65, Festus 28

Jackson (11-8) earned a 65-28 victory over Festus (7-9) on Thursday.

Madison Lambert scored 11 points for the Indians.

Mya Courtois scored five points for the Tigers.

Jackson will play Parkway South on Saturday at 2:30 p.m., and Festus will play North County on Monday at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Jackson18211618--65
Festus36118--28

JACKSON (65) -- Brooke Thompson 8, Olivia Ward 7, Isabella Hermann 2, Kate Emmendorfer 8, Katie Waller 6, Madison Lambert 11, Kamryn Link 2, Piper Guilliams 10, Micayla Tripp 5, Hannah Shinn 4, Makayla Burroughs 2. FG 27, FT 13 (3-pointers: Ward, Guilliams, Tripp).

FESTUS (28) -- Katelyn Todd 2, Taylor Thompson 3, Emily Holt 4, Tristan Foulk 2, Mya Courtois 5, Kinsey Benack 8 Samantha Helbrueck 4. FG 12, FT 4-6.

Scott County Central 53, St. Vincent 42

Micah Adams and Bre’asia Jones tallied 18 points apiece in leading Scott County Central (16-4) its 16th win of the season.

The Bravettes took a six-point cushion into the locker room at the halftime break and tacked on seven more in the third quarter to defeat St. Vincent (10-12).

Indian sophomore Reece Barber took scoring honors with 20 points, which included six field goals from behind the arc.

Genevieve Lipe followed with 10.

Both teams next play on Monday. Scott County faces Kelly at home. St. Vincent travels to Oran.

Scoring

St. Vincent - 9 11 12 10 - 42

Scott Co. Central - 13 13 19 8 - 53

ST. VINCENT (42) — Reece Barber 20, Genevieve Lipe 10, Lacey Best 7, Mary Schwartz 5 . FG 15, FT 4-5, (3-pointers: Barber 6, Lipe, Best).

SCOTT COUNTY (53) — Micah Adams 18, Bre’asia Jones 18, Samantha Coffey 11, Rita Meeker 6. FG 21, FT 5-6, (3-pointers: Adams 3, Jones 2, Coffey).

Saxony Lutheran 70, Kennett 42

Saxony (13-10) got back on track with a convincing home-court win over Kennett (12-12).

The Crusaders built a 33-22 halftime lead, then dominated the final two quarters.

Emma Brune was an offensive force for the victors netting 29 points, including 11 of 13 from the free-throw line.

Saxony converted 21 of 26 overall from the stripe.

Maddox Murphy and Olivia Spanley added double-digit scoring to the cause.

The Indians were led by Caroline Patton who registered 16. Kaniya Madlock added 11.

Saxony travels to St. Charles West for a 1:30 game on Saturday.

Kennett will have Poplar Bluff calling on Thursday for a 6:30 tipoff.

Scoring

Kennett - 6 16 10 10 - 42

Saxony - 20 13 19 18 - 70

KENNETT (42) — Caroline Patton 16, Kaniya Madlock 11, Barbara Spielman 4, Mallory Morrow 3, Kyra Jaco 3, Katara Ralford 2, Taleigh Harrell 1. FG 16, FT 5-12, (3-pointers: Madlock 2, Morrow, Patton, Jaco).

SAXONY (70) — Emma Brune 29, Maddox Murphy 14, Olivia Spanley 10, Makayla Mueller 7, Sydney Turner 5, Alice Hogendobler 3, Emma Dunning 2. FG 22, FT 21-26, (3-pointers: Murphy 2, Mueller, Turner, Hogendobler).

Sikeston 62, Blytheville 43

Sikeston outscored Blytheville on Thursday 62-43 with Blytheville only scoring higher in the third quarter.

Taydrianna Barnett led the Bulldogs with 29 points

Treveonna Mays scored 20 points for Blytheville.

Sikeston will play at Cape Central on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Sikeston16131221--62
Blytheville761911--43

SIKESTON (62) --Taydrianna Barnett 29, Armani Hodges 2, Amyari Blissett 14, Camryn Self 1, Shania Hodges 2, Karris Allen 14. FG 19, FT 18-29 (3-pointers: Blissett, Allen)

BLYTHEVILLE (43) -- Zebraisha Adams 4, Zion Haynes 6, Sanede Gillespie 9, Teanna Washington 2, Treveonna Mays 20, Essence McClellen 2. FG 16, FT 11-19

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