Basketball Roundup, Feb. 15

After a tight first quarter in which Notre Dame lead 13-12 after the buzzer, the Bulldogs would outscore Carbondale (Ill.) 40-24 over the next three quarters pulling out 53-36 victory on the road Saturday.

Notre Dame would hold the Terriers to just two points in the final period.

The Bulldogs (20-4) had three players in double figures as Justice Thoma scored 13, Tyler Landewee added 11, and Jake Young pitched in 10 points.

Carbondale was led in scoring by F. Ward, who chipped in 13 points in a losing manner.

Notre Dame will take to the road as they head to Farmington on Tuesday.

Scoring

Notre Dame - 13 16 12 12 — 53

Carbondale - 12 8 14 2 — 36

Notre Dame (53) — Justice Thoma 13, Tyler Landewee 11, Jake Young 10, Caleb LeGrand 8, Drew Heisserer 7, Kam Dohogne 2, Jack Floyd 2, . FG 19, FT 10-14, (3-pointers: Landewee 2, Young 2, Heisserer).

Carbondale (36) — F. Ward 13, D. Macklin 11, T. Macklin 5, C. Greer 3, J. Baltz 2, D. Ragland 2. FG 15, FT 2-4, (3-pointers: T.Macklin 2, Ward).

Campbell 67, Meadow Heights 31

In a rescheduled game at Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff Saturday, it was Campbell taking early control of Meadow Heights, convincingly outscoring the Panthers in the first three quarters 62-24. The loss would drop the Panthers under .500

The Camels (16-5) were led in scoring by Blake Fowler, who dropped in 20 points. Jacob Vines added 11.

Meadow Heights had no players in double figures, as Kolby Wilfong led the way with seven points.

Campbell will travel to Delta C-7 on Tuesday to take on the Chargers.

Meadow Heights (11-12) will try and get back in the win column at home against a winless Marquand team on the same night.

Scoring

Campbell - 17 20 25 5 — 67

Meadow Heights - 9 6 9 7 — 31

Campbell (67) — Blake Fowler 20, Jason Vines 11, Carlos Camargo 8, Charlie Parker 8, Joey Barnett 7, Kaden Siebert 7, Gavin Biggs 4, Skylar Morrison 2 . FG 27. FT 7-11, (3-pointers: Fowler 2, Vines, Parker, Camargo, Siebert).

Meadow Heights (31) — Kolby Wilfong 7, Jacob Barks 6, Wyatt Lincoln 6, Tristen Mayfield 6, Trae Davis 3, Kade Lindgren 3. FG 11, FT 5-11, (3-pointers: Mayfield 2, Davis, Lindgren).

Advance 65, Scott City 55

Jack Below would come out red-hot again for Advance, as the Hornets would best a very solid Scott City squad 65-55 in a game played at Three Rivers College Saturday.

It would be Advance’s 7th victory in a row. The Hornets would never trail in the game.

Below would pump in a game-high 35 points for the Hornets (20-4). Jaren Schrader would add 15 points in help.

The Rams (16-8) were paced by Joe Panagos, who scored 20 points. Camden Conner added nine.

Advance will take on fellow state-ranked Oran (21-4) at home on Tuesday.

Scott City will host Scott County Central on the same night.

Scoring

Advance - 16 19 13 17 — 65

Scott City - 11 7 15 22 — 55

Advance (65) — Jack Below 35, Jaren Schrader 15, Landen Daly 13, Zach Simms 2. FG 26, FT 12-24, (3-pointers: none).

Scott City (55) — Joe Panagos 20, Camden Conner 9, Kaleb Karrenbrock 7, Cayden Beussink 6, Logan Speakman 4, Ethan Pennington 3, Wes Wilburn 2, Spencer Stratman 2. FG 18, FT 13-20, (3-pointers: Panagos, Karrenbrock).

Girls Basketball

Parkway South 48, Jackson 45

In what was a nip-and-tuck game for most of the contest Saturday, it was Jackson losing a heart-breaker at home in overtime to an upstart Parkway South (Manchester, Missouri) squad.

The Patriots led for the greater part of the game, but a 12 to 4 third quarter by the Indians would give them the lead going into the final frame.

A difficult offensive input for both teams in the fourth would send the contest into an extra period. That’s when Parkway South (5-9) would pull ahead for good.

Jackson (11-9) was led in scoring by Madison Lambert, who finished with 14 points. Olivia Ward had 12 points to finish the day.

The Indians will take on Saxony Lutheran at home on Monday.

Scoring

Parkway South - 16 16 4 6 6 — 48

Jackson – 13 12 12 5 3 — 45

Parkway South (48) — Linnea Johansen 16, Annalise Dore 9, Grace Ellington 8, Alivia McCulla 8, Margo Nelson 3, Emme Heimlich 2, Grace Esker 2. FG 14, FT 13-16, (3-pointers: Dorr 2, Ellington, Nelson, Johansen).

Jackson (45) — Madison Lambert 14, Olivia Ward 12, Piper Guilliams 7, Kate Emmendorfer 6, Kamryn Link 3, Hannah Shinn 3. FG 16, FT 6-10, (3-pointers: Ward 4, Emmendorfer, Lambert, Link).

Saxony Lutheran 62, St. Charles West 56

In a game played at St. Charles West on Saturday, it was Olivia Spanley scoring a game-high 17 points as the Crusaders downed the Warriors. Saxony led throughout and remained in control until the final buzzer.

Emma Brune also helped Spanley, as she scored 15 points and Sydney Turner added 11 as the Crusaders improved to 14-10 on the season.

They will be on the road, as they take on the Jackson on Monday.

Scoring

Saxony Lutheran - 21 12 12 17 — 62

St. Charles West - 12 13 17 14 — 56

Saxony Lutheran (62) — Olivia Spanley 17, Emma Brune 15, Sydney Turner 11, Maddox Murphy 10, Anna Mueller 6, Alice Hogendobler 3. FG 20, FT 12-26, (3-pointers: Turner 2, Spanley, Murphy, Mueller, Hogendobler, Brune).

Holcomb 71, Meadow Heights 48

In a home contest, it was Macy Houart, Bailey Cupples, and Selena Burress outscoring the entire Meadow Heights squad to win in dominating fashion Saturday.

The Hornets (16-7) were led by Houart and Cupples, who each had 19 points. Burress added 16 points.

The Panthers (4-15) were led in scoring by Gracie Cook had a game-high 21 points in the contest.

Holcomb will travel to Brosley to take on Twin Rivers on Thursday.

Meadow Heights will host Bismarck on Monday.

Scoring

Meadow Heights - 10 12 12 13 — 48

Holcomb - 14 19 20 18 — 71

Meadow Heights (48) — Gracie Cook 21, Ashley Gruenke 15, Kylee Denman 12. FG 19, FT 7-11, (3-pointers: Gruenke 3, Cook ).

Holcomb (71) — Macy Houart 19, Bailey Cupples 19, Selena Burress 16, Kelsi Tucker 6, Allison Moody 5, Hannah Burk 4, Sarah Williams 2. FG 28, FT 5-11, (3-pointers: Burress 4 , Houart 3, Tucker 2, Moody ).

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