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Boys Basketball Roundup, Jan. 13: Scott City survives torturous pace, pulls away from Delta for W

If you like watching basketball games where both teams set a frantic pace, up and down style more like a track meet, then you were in luck if you watched Scott City visit Delta Tuesday night.

Delta head coach Chris Hahn prefers the "up and down" style of play but visiting head coach Mark Dannenmueller of Scott City found that liking just fine as his Rams "ran" away with the game, 100-81.

Both teams came out guns blazing, as Scott City handled Delta's frantic style, outscoring the Bobcats 22-13 to end the opening quarter.

The second quarter is where the Rams flexed their muscles as they scored 36 points, making their lead at halftime even larger as Delta could only produce 18 in the second frame.

The Bobcats could only out-gain the Rams in the final quarter, as they

beat out their opposition 25-23 but the game was well over by that time.

Scott City's point output was led by senior Camden Conner's 30 points, 11 of which came in the second period.

Three other Ram athletes scored in double figures, as Wes Wilburn netted 16 points, Kaleb Karrenbrock added 12, and Mark Panagos finished with 11.

Delta did have three players score 20 or more points but five players would be all that would get in the scoring column, led by Colby Crader's 29, Dale Lincoln's 23, and Evan Bartle's 20 points.

Scott City(7-1) will look to keep the momentum going Friday as they travel to play Jefferson(Festus) at 7:30 p.m.

Delta(6-3) will visit Bell City(0-10) and look to rebound with tip-off at 7:30 Friday.

Scott City22362022—100
Delta13182525—81

SCOTT CITY (100) — Camden Conner 30, Wes Wilburn 16, Kaleb Karrenbrock 12, Mark Panagos 11, Gage Underwood 8, Ethan Pennington 8, Nicolas Hillman 7, Cayden Beussink 6, Griffen Moore 1, Dayton Gentry 1. FG 41, FT 12-19, F 13. (3-pointers: Conner 4, Hillman . Fouled out: none)

DELTA (81) — Alivia Hartman 16, Colby Crader 29, Dale Lincoln 23, Evan Bartles 20, Carter Schere 4, Hunter Ourth 3. FG 26, FT 11-17, F 17. (3-pointers: Bartles 3, Ourth. Fouled out: none)

Campbell 64, Portageville 56

The Campbell Camels just seem to find a way to win. Usually, it's with Blake Fowler scoring 30+ points, but on Tuesday he had more than enough help to pit his team past an upstart, solid Portageville team looking for the upset. Campbell outscored the Bulldogs 16-12 in the first quarter, 15-13 in the second period, 22-17 at the end of the third, with Portageville able to only outscore the Camels by three points in the final frame, as Campbell eeked out the win on the road, 64-56.

Fowler led Campbell in scoring with 17 points, far less than his usual near 30 points he averages but received help from Skylar Morrison's 15 points, Kaden Siebert's 14, and Charlie Parker's 10 points.

The Bulldogs(9-4) had a solid game from Drew Irby who pumped in a game-high 20 points, Kelan Bills added 17 points, and Brendan Garmon finished with 11.

Campbell(11-1) will host 2-1 Hayti Friday at 6 p.m. while Portageville will host South Pemiscot Friday at 6 p.m.

Campbell16152211—64
Portageville12131714—56

CAMPBELL (64) — Blake Fowler 17, Skylar Morrison 14, Kaden Siebert 14, Charle Parker 10, Gavin Biggs 4, Carlos Camargo 2, Joey Barnett 2. FG 18, FT 25-33, F 16. (3-pointers: Morrison 2, Siebert . Fouled out: none)

Portageville (56) — Drew Irby 20, Kelan Bills 17, Brendan Garmon 11, Trey Townsend 4, Alex Winsor 2, Jabryson Rand 2. FG 23, FT 7-14, F 23. (3-pointers: Irby 3. Fouled out: Rand, Bills)

Advance 70, Chaffee 43

Jaren Schrader scored 11 of his game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter as he led his Advance Hornets past Chaffee Tuesday, 70-43

Advance topped Chaffee offensively at the end of every quarter, outscoring them 14-5 at the end of the first quarter, 17-12 at halftime, 20-11 at the end of period three, and 19-15 at the final buzzer.

Landon Dailey also pitched in 20 points for the Hornets, now 9-3 on the season.

Jagger Sadler was the high point man for Chaffee, collecting 14 points while Isiah Fitzgerald added 10 for his Red Devils(3-9).

Advance will host Richland Friday for homecoming with tipoff at 7:30 p.m.

Chaffee will be in action Friday as well as they will host Kelly(6-6) at 7:30 p.m.

Malden 51, Senath-Hornersville 42

A strong second quarter helped the Senath-Hornersville Lions win at Malden 51-42 Tuesday.

Senath-Hornersville and Malden were tied at 10-all after one quarter before the Lions won the second quarter 14-6 to move ahead 24-16 by halftime. Senath-Hornersville also won the second half by one point.

Knolan Hunter scored a game-high 25 points for Senath-Hornersville. Hunter made nine 2-pointers and seven of nine free throws.

Jesus Luna added 10 points on five 2-point buckets in the paint for the Lions.

Coy Wade scored nine points in each half to pace Malden with 18 points. Sientez Lerma, who made six free throws in the fourth quarter, added a dozen points for Malden.

Senath-Hornersville (8-5) hosts Risco Friday.

Malden (3-10) visits Bloomfield Friday.

Malde1061412-42
Senath-Hornersville10141512-51

MALDEN (42) - Coy Wade18, Quamareous Farmer 2, Cooper Thomas 5, Sientez Lerma 12, Diego Austin 5. FG 16, FT 8/12, F 13. (3-pointers: Wade 1, Thomas 1; Fouled out: None).

SENATH-HORNERSVILLE (51) - Parker Rhew 7, Brian Marroquin 6, Jarret Coronado 3, Knolan Hunter 25, Jesus Lopez 10. FG 18, FT 11/15, F 11. (3-pointers: Rhew 1, Marroquin 2, Coronado 1; Fouled out: None).

Meadow Heights 60, Valley of Caledonia 58

Meadow Heights earned their ninth win of the season Tuesday with a victory on the road against Valley of Caledonia, 60-58.

The Panthers jumped out to a 10 point lead at the end of the first quarter and maintained that lead until the last period where Valley outscored the Meadow Heights 23-13, narrowing the Panthers lead to just two points.

But Meadow Heights head coach Corey Brownsburger's boys found the way to win, pulling out the difficult road win against a quality squad in the Vikings.

Leading scorers for the Panthers were Will Green, who finished with a game-high 16 points, Chase Conrad added 12, Kade Lindgren added 12, and Kolby Wilfong scored eight points.

Meadow Heights(9-5) will play at Woodland Friday at 7:30 for what should be a very good matchup against two very good ball teams.

Meadow Heights17161413—60
Valley of Caledonia7171123—58

MEADOW HEIGHTS (60) — Will Green 16, Chase Conrad 12, Kade Lindgren 12, Kolby Wilfong 8, Tristen Mayfield 7, Koby Cook 4, Ryder Seabaugh 1. FG 20, FT 14-26, F 16. (3-pointers: Green 3, Mayfield, Lindgren. Fouled out: Wilfong)

VALLEY (58) — Jake Gaston, Tyler Courtway 12, Colby Maxwell 11, Shawn Presley 8, Hayden Rawlins 6, Keegan Boyer 3, Thomas Owings 2. FG 21, FT 10-23, F 16. (3-pointers: Courtway 2, Rawlins, Maxwell. Fouled out: none)

Leopold 60, Oak Ridge 37

Caleb Schaab and Mason Deck combined for 43 of Leopold's 60 points Tuesday as the pair led the Wildcats to the road victory, 60-37

Schaab finished with 22 and Deck added 21 to give Leopold their sixth victory of the season, putting them back at the .500 mark.

Cameron Abernathy was also in double figures, finishing with 11 points.

Camren Voltz was the only player for the Blue Jays in double figures, finishing with 18 points.

Leopold(6-6) will host win-less Marquand Friday at 6:00 p.m. while Oak Ridge(0-10) will seek to win its first game of the season at Valle Catholic Thursday.

Leopold188925—60
Oak Ridge1311211—37

LEOPOLD (60) — Caleb Schaab 22, Mason deck 21, Cameron Abernathy 11, Connor Lincoln 4, James Peters 2. FG 24, FT 10-13, F 10. (3-pointers: Schaab, Abernathy. Fouled out: none)

OAK RIDGE (37) — Camren Voltz 18, Brock Hobeck 5, Ahren Fodge 4, Kyran Newell 3, Tyler Bishop 3, Jerimiah Hamilton 2, Mason Keith 2. FG 13, FT 6-7, F 16. (3-pointers: Voltz 2, Bishop, Newell. Fouled out: none)

Risco 55, Clarkton 53

The Risco Tigers improved to 2-0 in Tri-County Conference play as it edged the visiting Clarkton Reindeer 55-53 Tuesday.

Risco led 16-10 after one quarter. Clarkton cut the deficit to 26-22 by halftime and won the second half by two points to narrow the final margin of defeat to a bucket.

Kamron Meese led all scorers with 25 points for Risco. Meese knocked down all three of the Tigers’ treys.

Evan Pipkin added 18 points on nine 2-pointers and Hayden Ludwig put up eight points on four 2-point buckets for the Tigers.

Four players put up at least 10 points for Clarkton. Izaya Gorman led the way with 13 points. Rica Brown scored 11, Owen Morgan tallied 10, and Caleb Plunkett put up 10 points for the Reindeer.

Risco (3-8) visits Senath-Hornersville Friday.

Clarkton (6-6) visits Gideon Friday.

Clarkton10121120-53
Risco16101019-55

CLARKTON (53) - Caleb Plunkett 10, Izaya Gorman 13, Rica Brown 11, Bryant Redden 4, Kade Coleman 5, Owen Morgan 10. FG 20, FT 9/13, ? 13. (3-pointers: Plunkett 3, Gorman 1; Fouled out: None).

RISCO (55) - Kamron Meese 25, Evan Pipkin 18, Hayden Ludwig 8, Braison Jackson 4. FG 24, FT 4/5, F 13. (3-pointers: Meese 3; Fouled out: None).

East Prairie 69, Scott County Central 58

SIKESTON — Ahead by two points with the fourth quarter approaching, East Prairie needed to throw one last punch to upend a stingy Scott County Central team.

They got just that, as the Eagles outscored the Braves 17-8 in the final frame en route to a 69-58 win.

Garrison Scott led East Prairie with 16 points, while Wyatt Williams finished with 13. Jase Aycock and Evan Howell each finished with 11, and Cooper Towe pitched in with 10 points.

Bralyn Porter led Scott County Central with 14 points, while Kaden Sadler had 13. Keron Banks finished with 12, and Demarion Maney had 10.

East Prairie18142017—69
SCC1618168—58

EAST PRAIRIE (69) — Garrison Scott 16, Wyatt Williams 13, Jase Aycock 11, Evan Howell 11, Cooper Towe 10, Dylan Burrell 4, Hayden Ellis 2, Ronnie Vinson 2. FG 29, FT 7-12, F 7. (3-pointers: Howell 3, Williams. Fouled out: none)

SCC (58) — Bralyn Porter 14, Kaden Sadler 13, Keron Banks 12, Demarion Maney 10, Levi Glueck 5, Kobie Burton 4. FG 25, FT 3-5, F 12. (3-pointers: Sadler 3, Glueck, Porter. Fouled out: none)

Richland 89, Zalma 55

The Richland Rebels exploded for 34 first-quarter points and used a balanced attack to beat Zalma 89-55 Tuesday night at Essex.

Four Richland players scored in double figures with Tanner Freeman producing a game-high 25 points. Damon Ivy added 21, Jaden Pope 18 and Matt Finch 14.

Nate Ware paced Zalma (5-5) with 25 points and Eli Ford had 15.

Richland (4-7) held quarter leads of 34-11, 50-28 and 77-45.

Zalma11171710—55
Richland34162712—89

ZALMA - Nate Ware 21, Eli Ford 15, James Wade 5, Ethan Lemons 4, Jacob Nanney 4, Drew Bailey 2, Kyan Bennett 2, Trey Clark 2, Richard Tackett 0. FG 22 FT 8-15, F 19. (3-pointers: Ford 2, Ware).

RICHLAND — Tanner Freeman 25, Damon Ivy 21, Jaden Pope 18, Matt Finch 14, Shai Sherfield 7, B. Stoker 3, Hunter Deason 1. FG 39, FT 8-18, F 14. (3-pointers: Ivy, Sherfield, Stoker).

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