Basketball Roundup, Feb. 14

Notre Dame's Caleb LeGrand (33) catches a pass during a game against Poplar Bluff Friday at Notre Dame Regional High School.
Tyler Graef ~ Southeast Missourian

In late season SEMO Conference boys basketball at Notre Dame, it was the Bulldogs gaining control from tip-off outscoring Poplar Bluff 18 to 3 in the first quarter to dominate the Mules.

The Mules were absolutely no match for Notre Dame (No. 6 ranked in Class 4) who outscored Poplar Bluff 59-29 through the first three periods.

The Bulldogs (19-4, 6-1 SEMO Conference) were led by junior standout Hayden Jansen who scored 15 points, hitting four of five 3-points field goals in the contest. Justice Thoma and Tyler Landawee each added 14 apiece.

The Mules (7-11, 2-4) were paced by Gage Rivers who netted 13 points in a losing cause. Junior guard Joseph Hardimon finished with 12.

Notre Dame will have a quick turnaround as they travel to Carbondale today to take on the Terriors at 3:30 p.m.

Poplar Bluff will also be in action today as they will be on the road at Ladue Horton Watkins in St. Louis.

Scoring

Notre Dame - 18 23 18 16 = 75

Poplar Bluff - 3 12 14 21 = 50

Notre Dame (75) — Hayden Jansen 15, Justice Thoma 14, Tyler Landewee 14, Caleb LeGrand 8, Kam Dohogne 6, Chase Logel 5, John Essner 4, Drew Heisserer 3, Ty Collier 2, Jake Young 2, Nick Williams 2. FG 27, FT 12-20, (3-pointers: Jansen 4, Landewee 2, Dohogne, Logel, Heisserer).

Poplar Bluff (50) — Gage Rivers 13, Joseph Hardimon 12, Darion Combs 8, Jamarre Sellers 5, Darian Webb 5, Josiah Kilgore 4, Zane Cravens 3. FG 14, FT 20-31, (3-pointers: Combs, Webb).

Oran 77, Scott County Central 42

The Class 2 No. 5-ranked Oran Eagles left zero doubt about their dominance Friday, as they soared off to a 30-7 first-quarter advantage against New Madrid County Central and never looked back.

The Eagles (21-4, 5-2 Scott-Mississippi Valley) rolled to a 77-42 win over the Braves (2-18, 0-6).

Senior Cooper Priggel scored all 10 of his points in the initial quarter, as Oran stretched its margin to 54-22 by halftime.

Scott County was paced by Keshawn Sanders and Bralyn Porter, who scored 14 and 11 points, respectively.

The Eagles got 20 points from senior Tyson Goodale and 16 from Langdon Scheeter.

Oran will travel to Advance Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., while the Braves will visit New Madrid County Central Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Oran - 30 24 17 6 - 77

Scott County - 7 15 10 10 - 42

ORAN (77) - Diesel Cato 2, Dane Shands 11, Cooper Priggel 10, Samuel Shoemaker 6, Langdon Scheeter 16, Tyson Goodale 20, Logan Rose 8, Kaiden Massey 2, Cameron Westrich 2. FGs 28, FTs 14-22, (3-pointers: Shands 3, Priggel 2, Scheeter, Goodale).

SCOTT COUNTY (42) - Bralyn Porter 11, Colton Vance 7, Kobie Burton 4, Keshawn Sanders 14, Demarion Maney 6. FGs 17, FTs 5-15, (3-pointers: Porter 2, Sanders).

Oak Ridge 73, Saxony Lutheran 65

A road-tested Bluejay squad from Oak Ridge would ease by a season slumping Saxony Lutheran team and earn a hard-fought victory.

Both teams came out on fire in the 1st quarter scoring 20 apiece but it was the hot hand of senior guard David Layton who would lead the way for the Bluejays (14-9) down the stretch, scoring a game-high 26 points. As Zach LeGrand struggled from the field it was fellow senior Montana Schamburg who would step up as he would pitch in 20 points as he and Layton were the only Bluejays in double figures.

The Crusaders (8-16) were led in scoring by Andrew Schwarting who netted 24. Jack Foeste helped the cause with 17.

Oak Ridge will host Ste. Genevieve on Feb. 18th.

Saxony Lutheran will travel to Broseley to take on Twin Rivers on Feb. 18th also.

Scoring

Oak Ridge - 20 18 17 18 = 73

Saxony Lutheran - 20 13 15 17 = 65

Oak Ridge (73) — David Layton 26, Montana Schamburg 20, Drew Glueck 10, Zach LeGrand 9, Bryce Hahs 4, Luke Johnson 4. FG 29, FT 11-20, (3-pointers: Glueck 2, LeGrand, Schamburg ).

Saxony Lutheran (65) — Andrew Schwarting 24, Mason Dunn 16, Ethan Koenig 13, Jack Foeste 7, Luke Bartens 3, Lane Koenig 2. FG 24, FT 12-19, (3-pointers: Dunn 3, Bartens, Schwarting).

Advance 75, Leopold 65

Advance raced out to a 23-10 first-quarter lead on Leopold Friday, but the Wildcats stormed back with a 29-point second quarter and led 39-34 at the intermission.

However, the Hornets ultimately prevailed 75-65 to improve to 17-4.

One game after dropping 61 points on Delta, Advance senior shooter Jack Below put in 50 Friday.

Leopold post threat Mason Deck and point guard Caleb Schaab combined for 45 to pace the Wildcats.

Advance will face Scott City today at 11:30 a.m. at Three Rivers College.

Leopold (12-12) will visit Zalma Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Advance - 23 11 18 23 - 75

Leopold - 10 29 8 18 - 65

ADVANCE (75) - Zach Simms 2, Landon Daily 5, Jack Below 50, Hunter Curtis 7, Jaren Schrader 11.

LEOPOLD (65) - Caleb Schaab 21, Cameron Abernathy 6, Austin Warner 9, Conner Lincoln 2, Mason Deck 24, James Peters 3.

Jackson 54, New Madrid 51 (OT)

It took overtime for Jackson (8-14) to earn a hard-fought victory on its own hardwood over New Madrid (15-8).

Jackson pulled by a field goal by halftime only to see the Eagles take the lead by two entering the final period.

The teams were then knotted when regulation time expired.

New Madrid’s single deuce in OT fell short as Jackson managed five.

Quinn Scott and Luke Mirly cashed 8 of 10 from the foul line down the stretch to help seal the tight win.

Eighteen points from senior Lane Crowden led the way for Jackson.

Donnie Brown’s 17 in a losing cause nearly matched that total.

Both teams next battle on Tuesday evening. Jackson visits Vianney. New Madrid travels to Sikeston.

Scoring

New Madrid - 5 16 13 15 2 - 51

Jackson - 11 12 9 17 5 - 54

NEW MADRID (51) —Donnie Brown 17, Christen Phillips 14, Ke’von Williams 8, Bryshawn Williams 5, Shamar Williamson 3, Austin Davis 2, Ansel Underwood 2. FG 19, FT 11-18, (3-pointers: Phillips, Brown).

JACKSON (54) — Lane Crowden 18, Clayton Ernst 11, Quinn Scott 9, Luke Mirly 6, Nicholas Wasilewski 5, Michael Schneider 3, Rhet Liley 2. FG 19, FT 12-17, (3-pointers: Crowden 2, Schneider, Mirly).

Richland 53, Puxico 51

Richland (7-15) held Puxico (8-14) to eight second-period points to assume a seven-point lead at intermission, then held on for an exciting home win.

The Indians found the range for seven triples but managed to convert just a pair of free throws in coming up short by two points.

Richland was led by senior Chris Siebert and freshman Damon Ivy who tallied 15 each.

Ethan Helm delivered 19 points for the Indians.

Lucas Plunkett drilled four treys for 12.

Road games are on the schedule for both teams on Tuesday. Richland will face Bernie. Puxico will match up with Woodland.

Scoring

Puxico - 17 8 13 13 - 51

Richland - 14 18 10 11 - 53

PUXICO (51) — Ethan Helm 19, Lucas Plunkett 12, Joel Bannister 7, Dalton Andrews 6, Nolan Foster 3, Matt Caldwell 2, Bailey Zych 2. FG 21, FT 2-6, (3-pointers: Plunkett 4, Helm 3).

RICHLAND (53) — Damon Ivy 15, Chris Siebert 15, Tanner Freeman 8, Skylar Oakley 7, Shai Sherfield 6, Andrew Partenberry 2. FG 22, FT 6-9, (3-pointers:Ivy, Oakley, Sherfield)

**GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bloomfield 41, Oak Ridge 31

Bloomfield (2-14) picked up its second victory of the season with a home-court 41-31 win over Oak Ridge (4-14) Thursday.

The Wildcat defense limited the Blue Jays to just eight points in the first half as it built a lead of 10, then nursed it through the final two quarters.

Adison Musgrave nailed a pair of treys during a 14-point evening to lead Bloomfield.

Oak Ridge sophomore Paige Glueck also had two triples and took scoring honors with 17.

Bloomfield is scheduled for games on consecutive nights. It goes to Delta on Monday and hosts Portageville on Tuesday.

Oak Ridge travels to Lesterville on Thursday.

Scoring

Oak Ridge - 5 3 6 17 - 31

Bloomfield - 13 5 9 14 - 41

OAK RIDGE (31) — Paige Glueck 17, Abby Morrison 6, Bailey Brewer 2, Mia Friese 2 Maggie Oswald 2, Allison Seabaugh 2. FG 12, FT 5-16, (3-pointers: Glueck 2).

BLOOMFIELD (41) — Adison Musgrave 14, Johnna Costigan 9, Ashton Bell 7, Jenna Yates 7, Savanna Spicer 4. FG 16, FT 6-14, (3-pointers: Musgrave 2, Yates).Perryville 45, Windsor 43

Perryville 45, Windsor 43

Perryville won a very close contest at home besting the Lady Owls of Windsor.

The Lady Pirates (11-9) were led in scoring by Katie Winschel who finished with a game high 16 points. Leah Buerck, Kyla Schnurbusch and Emma King pitched in 9 points apiece. Perryville clinched the JCAA conference championship with the win. They will travel to Fredericktown on Feb. 17th.

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