Basketball Roundup, Feb. 18

The Kelly Hawks trailed at halftime, but outscored Delta 22-5 in the third quarter to edge out the Bobcats 76-66 to pick up the home win in both teams regular season finale.

Allison Owens and Alaney Moore led the second half charge for Kelly (16-10) as Owens scored 22 of her game-high 33 and Moore had 21 of her 23 points after halftime. Moore also pulled down 15 rebounds for the Hawks. Delta (16-9) had a trio of double-digit scorers, Ashley White finished with 23 points to the lead the Bobcats with Kendall Helweg (16) and Coley Blattel (13) not far behind.

Kelly will face Fredericktown in the Class 3 District 2 tournament on Saturday, while Delta will take on Oak Ridge in the Class 1 District 2 tournament on Monday.

Scoring

Delta — 14 18 5 29 — 66

Kelly — 15 10 22 29 — 76

DELTA (66) — Ashley White 23, Kendall Holweg 16, Coley Blattel 13, Allie Hampton 7, Megan Miller 4, Sierra Berry 3. FG 25 FT 8-11 (3-pointers: White 5, Holweg, Hampton, Berry)

KELLY (76) — Allison Owens 33, Alaney Moore 23, Mallory Glastetter 8, Kiya Lambert 4, Allison Riley 3, Aleya King 3, Jasmine Lee 2. FG 31 FT 8-16 (3-pointers: Owens 4, Riley, King)

Jackson 61, Saxony Lutheran 58

Madison Lambert lit up the home scoreboard Monday evening to the tune of 30 points as Jackson (12-9) defeated Saxony Lutheran (14-11) in a thriller. The Lady Indian junior contributed ten in the final quarter to help bring her team back to victory. Saxony was unable to match Jackson in the second half after building a seven point cushion at the break. The Crusaders still led by a field goal with eight minutes to play, but Lambert and Olivia Ward took control. Ward cashed 7 of 8 free throws in the period to keep the game just out of reach. Piper Guilliams converted all six of her charity tosses in the second as part of a seventeen point offensive game. Alice Hagendobler fired in six treys to match Olivia Spanley’s team high eighteen points for Saxony.

Jackson has two home games on its immediate schedule. Gateway calls on Wednesday. Rock Bridge (15-4) visits Saturday. Saxony hosts Clearwater on Saturday.

Scoring

Saxony - 10 17 15 16 - 58

Jackson - 9 11 20 21 - 61

JACKSON (61) — Madison Lambert 30, Piper Guilliams 17, Olivia Ward 7, Brooke Thompson 3, Katie Waller 2, Kamryn Link 2. FG 21, FT 13-17, (3-pointers: Lambert 4, Thompson, Guilliams).

SAXONY (58) — Olivia Spanley 18, Alice Hogendobler 18, Makayla Mueller 9, Maddox Murphy 8, Sydney Turner 3, Emma Brune 2. FG 18, FT 10-11, (3-pointers: Hogendobler 6, Mueller 3, Murphy 2, Turner).

Campbell 44, Advance 32

Campbell (7-15) earned a win at home at the expense of Advance (12-11). The Lady Camel’s 26-9 halftime advantage was carved into by the Lady Hornets to slice the margin to ten with one quarter remaining. That eight minutes belonged to Campbell and victory was theirs. Leading scorer in the game was Advance sophomore Alandry Below who tallied fourteen for Advance. Campbell placed a pair in twin digits. Adrionna Person netted thirteen and Gabrielle Neilson added twelve. The Lady Camels travel to Naylor on Thursday. Both teams begin District action on Saturday. Campbell faces Senath-Hornersville (8-12) in Class2, District 1. Advance plays Chaffee (9-15) in Class 2, District 3.

Scoring

Advance - 7 2 12 11 - 32

Campbell - 14 12 5 13 - 44

ADVANCE (32) — Alandry Below 14, Danielle Markham 8, Ashtin Fowler 6, Jadeyn Metcalf 2, Molly Freed 2. FG 12, FT 6-12, (3-pointers: Markham 2).

CAMPBELL (44) — Adrionna Pearson 13, Gabrielle Neilson 12, Marie Wheeler 7, Macy Hendrix 5, Hannah Littrell 4, Lauren Weidenbenner 3. FG 17, FT 7-9, (3-pointers: Neilson 2, Weidenbenner).

Scott County Central 66, Caruthersville 64

Despite a late push by the Tigers, the Braves staved off the comeback attempt to pick up a home victory.

It was a three on two duel in this one as the trio of Micah Adams (23), Bre’Asia Jones (19) and Rita Meeker (17) scored all but seven of Scott County’s (17-5) points. On the other side the duo of Keara Johnson (31) and Karmella Robinson (25) scored all but eight of Caruthersville’s (7-11) points. In the end, three ended up being greater than two.

The Braves will look to end their regular season on a high note when they travel to Hayti on Thursday. The Tigers will begin postseason play on Saturday in the Class 3 District 1 tournament against Kennett.

Scoring

Caruthersville — 14 16 12 22 — 64

Scott County — 13 17 19 17 — 66

CARUTHERSVILLE (64) — Keara Johnson 31, Karmella Robinson 25, Britney Jordan 4, Laticia Hamilton 4. FG 27 FT 9-10 (3-pointers: Robinson)

SCOTT COUNTY (66) — Micah Adams 23, Bre’Asia Jones 19, Rita Meeker 17, Timiyah Winston 5, Lamija Warren 2. FG 29 FT 5-11 (3-pointers: Adams, Jones, Meeker)

BOYS BASKETBALL

Meadow Heights 76, Marquand 26

The Panthers led 46-11 at the half and never looked back to get the blowout home win over the Tigers on senior night.

Meadow Heights (12-12) spread the scoring around, as their leading scorer was Tristen Mayfield with 13 points followed by Jacob Barks and Kade Lindgren who each finished with 11.

Marquand (0-23) had a single double figures scorer as Coy Bailey ended with 11 points.

Meadow Heights will play its final regular season game on Thursday at St. Vincent, while Marquand will try for its first win at Oak Ridge also on Thursday.

Scoring

Marquand — 7 4 7 8 — 26

Meadow Heights — 23 23 24 6 — 76

MARQUAND (26) — Coy Bailey 11, Tim Clippard 7, Kaylee Stafford 3, Landon Lord 3, Dominic Starkey 2. FG 10 FT 4-13 (3-pointers: Clippard, Stafford)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (76) — Tristen Mayfield 13, Jacob Barks 11, Kade Lindgren 11, Wyatt Lincoln 9, Nathan Shrum 7, Trae Davis 6, Josh Accord 6, Chase Conrad 6, Jacob Elfrink 5, Kolby Wilfong 2. FG 30 FT 5-9 (3-pointers: Barks 2, Davis 2, Accord 2, Mayfield, Lindgren, Lincoln, Shrum, Elfrink)

Notre Dame 75, Farmington 42

The Bulldogs allowed only nine points in the first half as they defeated the Knights on the road.

Notre Dame (20-4) had it going from behind the arc finishing 14-22 from downtown. Tyler Landewee and Justice Thoma each hit four threes. Landewee finished with a team-high 16 points and Thoma was right behind with 14. Drew Heisserer also ended with 12 points and two threes.

Notre Dame will wrap up its regular season Tuesday when they travel to Dexter.

Scoring

Notre Dame — 21 21 21 12 — 75

Farmington — 3 6 23 10 — 42

NOTRE DAME (75) — Tyler Landewee 16, Justice Thoma 14, Drew Heisserer 12, Kam Dohogne 7, Hayden Jansen 6, Caleb LeGrand 6, Jake Young 5, Jack Floyd 4, John Essner 3, Chase Logel 2. FG 30 FT 1-6 (3-pointers: Landewee 4, Thoma 4, Heisserer 2, Jansen 2, Dohogne, Young)

Scott City 84, Scott County Central 66

The Rams jumped out to a 29-14 lead after one quarter and held onto the lead the rest of the way to get the home victory over the Braves.

Camden Conner poured in 28 points, including 16 in the fourth quarter to lead Scott City (17-8) to the win. Joe Panagos also contributed 18 points for the Rams.

Scott County (2-19) also had a 20-point scorer as Keshawn Sanders ended with 22 points and Bralyn Porter nearly joined Sanders at 20 as he had 19 points.

Scott City’s next game will be in district play as they take on Woodland in Class 3 District 2 action. Scott County will finish up its regular season Thursday at New Madrid County Central.

Scoring

Scott County — 14 14 16 22 — 66

Scott City — 29 14 16 25 — 84

SCOTT COUNTY (66) — Keshawn Sanders 22, Bralyn Porter 19, Keron Banks 13, Colton Vance 5, Kaden Sadler 5, Demavion Maney 2. FG 27 FT 7-16 (3-pointers: Sanders 2, Porter 2, Sadler)

SCOTT CITY (84) — Camden Conner 28, Joe Panagos 18, Kaden Mouser 11, Ethan Pennington 8, Spencer Stratman 7, Gage Underwood 6, Cayden Beussink 3, Aiden Thompson 2, Nicolas Hillman 1. FG 31 FT 17-25 (3-pointers: Conner 3, Mouser 2)

Delta 109, Chaffee 89

The Bobcats outscored the Red Devils 61-37 in the second half of a come-from-behind home victory.

Eric Berry led the charge for Delta (20-5) ending with 27 points. Three other Bobcats finished in the teens for points as Colby Crader (18), Grant Coomer (17) and Isaiah Thomas (16) helped the Bobcats to the win.

Chaffee (8-16) had the game’s leading scorer as Jagger Sadler dropped in 30 points. Alec Brown also tossed in 21 points and Wyatt Parker finished with 18 points for the Red Devils.

Delta will wrap up its regular season at Zalma on Thursday while Chaffee will begin Class 2 District 3 play on Saturday against Advance.

Scoring

Chaffee — 26 26 16 21 — 89

Delta — 23 25 25 36 — 109

CHAFFEE (89) — Jagger Sadler 30, Alec Brown 21, Wyatt Parker 18, Peyton Atkins 6, Isiah Fitzgerald 5, Brennan Fowler 5, Brian Kilburn 4.

DELTA (109) — Eric Berry 27, Colby Crader 18, Grant Coomer 17, Isaiah Thomas 16, Dale Lincoln 10, Jon Bond 9, Hunter Ourth 6, Evan Bartels 3, Ryan Birkman 3. (3-pointers: Thomas 4, Berry 3, Ourth 2, Coomer, Bartels, Birkman)

Cape Central 63, Charleston 50

The Tigers used a 25-11 advantage in the third quarter to pull out a double-digit road win over the Bluejays.

The duo of Doreante’ Tucker and Tyrus Reddin scored 20 of the 25 Cape Central (19-5) points during that third quarter to key the comeback. Tucker finished with a game-high 27 points and Reddin pitched in 19 for the Tigers.

The trio of Blessin Kimble (13), Suave Fitzpatrick (11) and Terridean Bogan (11) combined for 35 of Charleston’s (21-4) 50 points.

Cape Central’s next game will be Tuesday when they host Park Hills Central. Charleston will finish its regular season on Thursday at Poplar Bluff.

Scoring

Cape Central — 19 9 25 10 — 63

Charleston — 13 16 11 10 — 50

CAPE CENTRAL (63) — Doreante’ Tucker 27, Tyrus Reddin 19, Darion Triplett 7, Anthony Mackins 6, Dorian Triplett 4, Cameron Williams 2. FG 24 FT 10-14 (3-pointers: Tucker 4, Da. Triplett)

CHARLESTON (50) — Blessin Kimble 13, Suave Fitzpatrick 11, Terridean Bogan 11, EK Davis 9, Samuel Bledsoe 2, Brian Visor 2. FG 20 FT 5-13 (3-pointers: Fitzpatrick 3, Bogan, Davis)

Leopold 106, Zalma 68

The Wildcats jumped on the Bulldogs early and did not let off the gas as they picked up a road win.

Leopold (13-12) nearly had three 20-point scorers as Caleb Schaab finished with 30, Mason Deck was right behind with 27 points and Austin Warner had 19 points.

Nate Ware scored a game-high 31 points for Zalma (5-18) but it was not nearly enough for the Bulldogs to keep up with the Wildcats.

Leopold will kick off its postseason with Class District 2 play against Risco on Saturday. Zalma will finish its regular season on Thursday when they host Delta.

Scoring

Leopold — 31 34 28 13 — 106

Zalma — 12 18 18 20 — 68

LEOPOLD (106) — Caleb Schaab 30, Mason Deck 27, Austin Warner 19, James Peters 12, Cameron Abernathy 10, Chris Campbell 5, Ethan Holweg 3. FT 7-11 (3-pointers: Schaab 6, Warner 3, Deck 2, Abernathy 2, Campbell, Holweg)

ZALMA (68) — Nate Ware 31, James Wade 15, William Coomer 8, Jacob Trainor 4, Eli Ware 3, Jace Markham 3, Caleb Steinberg 2, Ethan Lemons 2. FT 6-8 (3-pointers: N. Ware 3, Wade 3, Coomer 2, E. Ware, Markham)

Bernie 79, Richland 47

Bernie (21-5) pieced together four consistent quarters of basketball to pick up their ninth win in their last ten games. Richland (7-16) was the victim to the Mules’ solid overall play. Blake Harty had a huge offensive evening knocking down seven triples as part of a game high thirty points for Bernie. Andrew Geohagan added sixteen for the victors on its home floor. The Rebels were led by Andrew Partenberry and Norman Oakley with twelve and ten, respectively.

Both teams open District competition on Saturday. Richland tangles with Gideon (21-5) in Class 1. Bernie battles Holcomb (5-15) in Class 2.

Scoring

Richland - 12 9 15 11 - 47

Bernie - 22 18 19 20 - 79

RICHLAND (47) — Andrew Partenberry 12, Norman Oakley 10, Damon Ivy 9, Christopher Siebert 6, Tanner Freeman 5, Shai Sherfield 3, Matt Finch 2. FG 18, FT 8-18, (3-pointers: Ivy, Sherfield, Partenberry).

BERNIE (79) — Blake Harty 30, Andrew Geohagan 16, Johnny Vaughn 9, Landon Zoll 8, Skyler Schwent 7, Tyler Suiter 5, Wade Razer 2, John Nimmo 2. FG 31, FT 6-7, (3-pointers: Harty 7, Zoll 2, Vaughn, Schwent).

Bloomfield 53, Portageville 48

The Wildcats hit six threes compared to two for Bulldogs as they edged out the home win.

Gage McNeil proved to be the difference maker for Bloomfield (6-17) as he scored 19 points and hit two threes. Brandon Wright made three threes and had 14 points. Jamison Dodd also chipped in 12 for the Wildcats.

Portageville (11-13) had its own trio of double-digit scorers as Joey Chamberlain ended with 14 points, Dorian Hamm had 13 and Kelan Bills finished with 10.

Both teams will begin postseason play on Saturday. Bloomfield will take on Oran in Class 2 District 3 play while the Bulldogs will play Campbell in Class 2 District 1 action.

Scoring

Portageville — 7 11 15 15 — 48

Bloomfield — 10 14 13 16 — 53

PORTAGEVILLE (48) — Joey Chamberlain 14, Dorian Hamm 13, Kelan Bills 10, Brendan Garmon 7, Alex Winsor 2, Trey Townsend 2. FG 21 FT 4-11 (3-pointers: Chamberlain, Hamm)

BLOOMFIELD (53) — Gage McNeil 19, Brandon Wright 14, Jamison Dodd 12, Jeffrey Jarrell 3, Parker Heaton 3, Lane Bader 2. FG 19 FT 9-14 (3-pointers: Wright 3, McNeil 2, Heaton)

Advance 74, Oran 57

A pair of teams with identical 21-4 records tuned up for Class 2 District 3 play on Tuesday at Advance. The Hornets (22-4) fell behind by three after eight minutes of intense battle, then rallied by outscoring the Eagles (21-5) in each succeeding quarter. Jack Below had another monster offensive game as he scored at least points in each period and ended with honors at forty-three for Advance. Landon Daily contributed ten and Hunter Curtis found range for three treys for nine.

A trio Eagles cashed double digits for the visitors. Landon Scheeter fired in sixteen while Cooper Priggel and Tyson Goodale each tallied a dozen.

District competition finds both teams doing battle in the same gym. Oran opens against Bloomfield (6-17); Advance takes on Chaffee (8-15) on Saturday.

Scoring

Oran - 15 9 20 13 - 57

Advance - 12 20 26 16 - 74

ORAN (57) — Landon Scheeter 16, Cooper Priggel 12, Tyson Goodale 12, Dane Shands 7, Samuel Shoemaker 4, Logan Rose 2, Kaiden Massey 2, Nicholas Romas 2. FG 20, FT 12-22, (3-pointers: Priggel 3, Shands 2).

ADVANCE (74) — Jack Below 43, Landon Daily 10, Hunter Curtis 9, Jaren Schrader 9, Zach Simms 3. FG 29 , FT 11-16, (3-pointers: Curtis 3, Below, Simms).

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