Basketball Roundup, Feb. 17

Oran (19-4) gained a home victory playing St. Vincent (10-13) on Monday. Gaining the most points in each quarter, the Eagles didn’t rest until they had defeated the Indians.

Katie Webb scored 20 points for Oran, and her teammate Taylor Lowes scored three 3-pointers.

Lacey Best led St. Vincent with 11 points.

The Eagles will play at Dexter tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.

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

Scoring

St. Vincent53114--23
Oran2020239--72

ST. VINCENT (23) -- Macyy Pruett 6, Genevieve Lipe 2, Hannah Riney 4, Lacey Best 11. FG 8, FT 5-8 (3-pointers: Pruett 2)

ORAN (72) -- Heather Gosche 4, Kennedi McVay 3, Taylor Lowes 14, Kaylee Payne 15, Grace Davis 4, Hope Woodfin 6, Katie Webb 20, Traci Hency 4, Paige Bradley 2. FG 31, FT 2-3 (3-pointers: McVay, Lowes 3, Payne 2, Woodfin 2)

Meadow Heights 73, Bismarck 21

Ashley Gruenke poured in 38 points and hit eight 3-pointers in the process, as she outscored the Indians by herself in the Panthers regular season finale.

Gracie Cook scored 13 and Chloe Lanigan added 10 points to help Meadow Heights (5-15) to the home victory. Chloey Hardy scored 17 of the 21 Bismarck (0-23) points but it wasn’t nearly enough to keep up with the Panthers.

Meadow Heights next game will be in the quarterfinals of the Class 2 District 3 Tournament. They are seeded sixth and will take on third-seeded St. Vincent on Saturday at Bloomfield High School.

Scoring

Bismarck — 6 7 6 2 — 21

Meadow Heights — 21 13 20 19 — 73

BISMARCK (21) — Chloey Hardy 17, Kylie Hubbs 4. FG 10 FT 0-0 (3-pointers: Hardy).

MEADOW HEIGHTS (73) — Ashley Gruenke 38, Gracie Cook 13, Chloe Lanigan 10, Kylee Denman 9, Marissa Byrd 3. FG 30 FT 4-9 (3-pointers: Gruenke 8, Byrd).

Cape Central 70, Chaffee 23

Cape Central (15-8) captures a victory playing Chaffee (9-15) on Monday. Ending the first quarter 23-5, the Tigers continued to score higher and rally toward a win.

Alivia Capshaw and Taylor Horton each scored three 3-pointers for Cape Central, Horton leading them with 21 points total.

Brooke Kilburn and Braelyn Pobst each scored 6 points for the Devils.

The Tigers will play Sikeston tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.

Chaffee will play at Puxico on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Chaffee51224--23
Cape Central2319199--70

CHAFFEE (23) -- Hailey Rains 2, Lauren Wagoner 2, Brooke Kilburn 6, Rayney Held 1, Braelyn Pobst 6, Jayden Welch 5, Charlie Carlton 1. FG 7, FT 8-10 (3-pointers: Welch)

CAPE CENTRAL (70) -- India Sisson 2, Alivia Capshaw 17, Rakiara Bogan 14, Taylor Horton 21, Emma Winkler 2, Yeniah Jackson 5, Ella Vogel 4, Bryonna Thomas 5. FG 29, FT 6-8 (3-pointers: Capshaw 3, Horton 3)

Notre Dame 61, Farmington 35

Notre Dame (19-3) earned a sweeping victory playing Farmington (4-7) on Monday, outscoring them 61-35. Pulling back in the second quarter, the Bulldogs made a huge effort to outscore during the second half of the game.

Delaney Dohogne led Notre Dame with 14 points, alongside Allie Burnett, Lexi Rubel, and Tori Rubel, who each scored 3-pointers.

Jade Roth scored two 3-pointers for Farmington.

The Bulldogs will play at Neelyville on Thursday.

Farmington will play South Iron on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Scoring

Farmington61391135
Notre Dame1911181361

FARMINGTON (35) — Trista Hampton 2, Anna McKinney 2, Jade Roth 14, Skylar Sweeney 2, Emma Gerstner 3, Angelia Davis 8, Grace Duncan 2, Abby Cassimatis 2. FG 14, FT 5-9 (3-pointers: Roth 2)

NOTRE DAME (61) — Allie Burnett 9, Emily Kellum 11, Delaney Dohogne 14, Riley Burger 8, Lexi Rubel 11, Yasmeen Rodgers 2, Tori Rubel 6. FG 27, FT 4-11 (3-pointers: Burnett, Lexi Rubel, Tori Rubel)

Van Buren 55, Clearwater 42

Van Buren (8-14) captures a victory from Clearwater (4-15) on Monday, outscoring them in nearly every quarter.

Katie Griffin led the Bulldogs with 21 points, including two 3-pointers.

Tiffany Williams scored 11 points for the Tigers.

Van Buren will play Koshkonong today at 5 p.m.

Clearwater will play Naylor today at 5 p.m.

Scoring

Van Buren1415131355
Clearwater411131442

VAN BUREN (55) — Lani Black 10, Catie O’Dell 3, Ella Wilbanks 7, Scarlet Alcern 14, Katie Griffin 21. FG 22, FT 6-13 (3-pointers: Black 2, Wilbanks, Griffin 2)

CLEARWATER (42) — Tiffany Williams 11, Rebecca Brewington 2, Gracen L’Heureux 3, Rachel Rowold 9 Shelly Warren 4, Lydia Elder 10, Amy Holmes 3. FG 16, FT 7-15 (3-pointers: Williams, L’Heureux)

BOYS BASKETBALL

Chaffee 59, Bell City 47

The Red Devils sent the fans home happy in their final home game of the season as they picked up a double-digit win over the Cubs.

Jagger Sadler had 22 points and Wyatt Parker finished with 16 points as Chaffee’s (8-15) duo slightly outscored the Bell City (2-18) duo of Luke Nichols (21 points) and Jack Duenne (15 points). Brennen Fowler also added 10 points for the Red Devils.

Each team will wrap up its regular season today as Chaffee will play at Delta while Bell City will be at Kelly. District play for each team begins on Saturday.

Scoring

Bell City — 7 8 12 20 — 47

Chaffee — 12 11 12 19 — 59

BELL CITY (47) — Luke Nichols 21, Jack Duenne 15, Austin Hunt 6, Bryson Maddox 5. FG 14 FT 14-18 (3-pointers: Duenne 3, Nichols).

CHAFFEE (59) — Jagger Sadler 22, Wyatt Parker 16, Brennan Fowler 10, Brian Kilburn 4, Alec Brown 3, Isiah Fitzgerald 2, Peyton Atkins 2. FG 17 FT 16-27 (3-pointers: Parker 3, Fowler).

Fredericktown 69, St. Vincent 58

It was tied at halftime, but the Blackcats came out of the break and outscored the Indians 22-15 on the way to a road triumph.

St. Vincent (15-6) could not slow down Grant Shankle or Nate Miller, as Shankle finished with 25 points and Miller ended with 20 to lead Fredericktown (10-13) to the win. Alex Brickhaus led the Indians in scoring with 14 points and Colby Hager chipped in 11 points in the losing effort.

St. Vincent will have a quick turnaround as they head to Kingston today.

Scoring

Fredericktown — 21 10 22 16 — 69

St. Vincent — 16 15 15 12 — 58

ST. VINCENT (58) — Alex Brickhaus 14, Colby Hager 11, Shawn Koisher 10, Charles Sauer 9, John Wibbenmeyer 6, Luke Brickhaus 4, Garrett Dobbelare 4. FG 21 FT 13-17 (3-pointers: A. Brickhaus 2, Hager).

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