Girl's Basketball Roundup, Feb. 4: Cardinals roll in rout

Woodland dominated its girl’s basketball game Thursday with Scott Cunty Central from the opening tip, as it outscored the Bravettes 23-0 in the first quarter, eventually winning 70-12.

The Cardinals (11-8) led 39-7 at halftime and 63-12 entering the final period.

Woodland played nine players in the contest and each produced offensively.

Chloe Goodwin led Woodland with 17 points, while Emma Brown (15 points) and Destinee Cowell (14) also contributed.

Addie Johnson chipped in eight points in the win.

Sophomore Kyla Pearson and freshman Katie Pobst each scored four points for Scott County Central (2-9).

The Bravettes will visit St. Vincent Thursday at 7:30 p.m., while Woodland will host St. Pius X today.

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WOODLAND (70) — Caroline Rhodes 3, Rylee Cureton 2, Chloe Goodwin 17, Riley Massa 3, Addie Johnson 8, Emma Brown 15, Destinee Cowell 14, Callie Hutchings 4, London Cureton 4. FG 30, FT 7-9, F 6. (3-pointers: Rhodes, Massa, Brown)

SCOTT COUNTY CENTRAL (12) — Katie Pobst 4, Reagan Evans 2, Kyla Pearson 4, Timiyah Winston 2. FG 5, FT 1-6, F 10. (3-pointers: Pobst).

St. Vincent 49, Crystal City 30

St. Vincent junior Reese Barber nearly put in a double-double on Thursday to lift St. Vincent to a 49-30 win over Crystal City in girl’s basketball action.

Barber totaled 11 points and pulled down nine boards, while senior Lacey Best scored just two points, but matched Barber’s team-high nine rebounds.

Senior Genevieve Lipe led the Indians (10-6) with 15 points, while junior Addie Cates (11 points, five rebounds) also contributed.

The Indians will host Herculaneum on Monday at 7 p.m.

New Madrid County Central 56, Cape Central 53

New Madrid County Central showed some moxie in rallying from an early deficit to get past Cape Central 56-53 in girl’s basketball action Thursday at Cape Central.

The Eagles, who are ranked 10th in Class 4, trailed 21-12 early in the second quarter before battling back to tie the game at 44 late in the third period.

New Madrid (10-1) sank five free throws in the final quarter to outscore the Tigers 12-9 in the final eight minutes.

Cape Central (11-7) got 26 points from junior center Ella Vogel, who scored 12 of those points in the opening quarter.

Alivia Hartman paced New Madrid with 15 points, while Tylei Wofford-Byrd added 10.

Vogel hit 7 of 8 free throws, while Hartman drained 5 of 6.

The Tigers will host Kennett on Monday at 6:30 p.m., while the Eagles will visit Caruthersville the same night at 6 p.m.

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NEW MADRID (56) — Shay Wright 8, Jimmya Caldwell-Newsom 7, Ayannah Ruff 7, Alivia Hartman 15, Tylei Wofford-Byrd 10, Latavia Brooks 1, Mastajah Walker 6. FG 17, FT 17-23, F 12. (3-pointers: Ruff).

CAPE CENTRAL (53) — Celeste Gutierrez 2, Rakiara Bogan 7, Martasia Carter 5, Taylor Horton 7, Emma Winkler 6, Ella Vogel 26. FG 17, FT 13-16, F 13. (3-pointers: Horton, Vogel).

Advance 62, Puxico 17

Danielle Markham sank seven 3-pointers, leading the Advance girls basketball team to a 62-17 rout of Puxico on Thursday night at Puxico High School.

Markham finished with 22 points, as Advance improved to 12-8 while snapping a four-game losing streak.

Alandry Below paced the Hornets with 23 points, and Kaylee Cline added 10.

Advance led 18-0 after one quarter, 32-8 after two, and 57-16 after three.

Sikeston 76, Neelyville 56

A dominant third quarter by the Sikeston girl's basketball team shifted Thursday night’s game against Neelyville entirely around.

The Bulldogs outscored the Tigers 19-7 in the period en route to a 76-56 win at Neelyville.

Sikeston (11-8) junior Karris Allen paced the visitors with 31 points, while junior Amyari Blissett had 18, while senior Armani Hodges had 10.

Neelyville (14-6) senior Makenzi Davis led the Lady Tigers with 32 points.


SIKESTON (76) — Karris Alle 31, Amyari Blissett 18, Armani Hodges 10, Chelsie Moore 8, Camryn Self 3, Shania Hodges 2, Kirsten Fairhurst 2, Nayla Bonner 2. FG 29, FT 15-22, F 14. (3-pointers: Blissett 2, Self. Fouled out: none)

NEELYVILLE (56) — Makenzi Davis 32, Payton Reinbott 9, Lexus Hagood 6, Ella Eaker 3, Brooke Griffin 2, Aaliyah Young 2, Natalie Akers 2. FG 20, FT 11-16, F 18. (3-pointers: Davis 2, Hagood 2, Eaker. Fouled out: Davis)

Notre Dame 43, Saxony 35

Notre Dame used a decisive third quarter to pull away from Saxony Lutheran on Thursday in girl's basketball action and ultimately win 43-35.

The game was tied at 20 at halftime before the Bulldogs (12-5) outscored the Crusaders 11-5 in the third quarter.

Bulldog junior forward Lexi Rubel scored five of her team-leading 15 points during that stretch.

Saxony Lutheran (9-12) hung with Notre Dame 12-10 over the final period, but could not make up any ground.

Rubel paced the Bulldogs offensively, while Kristin Edmonds added 10 points and Jenna Givens seven in the victory.

The Crusaders were paced by Emma Dunning, who scored 13 points, while Sydney Turner (nine) and Maddox Murphy (eight) also contributed.

Notre Dame will travel to Dexter Monday at 7:30 p.m., while Saxony Lutheran will visit Poplar Bluff at the same time.

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NOTRE DAME (43) - Allie Burnett 1, Sydney Saebaugh 2, Alora Smith 3, Leah Jansen 2, Delaney Dohogne 2, Lexi Rubel 15, Kristen Edmonds 10, Tori Rubel 1, Jenna Givens 7. FG 14, FT 11-19, F 15. (3-pointers: Edmonds 2, Givens 2).

SAXONY LUTHERAN (35) - Abagayle Britton 2, Maddox Murphy 8, McKenna Webb 1, Emma Dunning 13, Sydney Turner 9, Alice Hogendobler 2. FG 13, FT 6-10, F 13. (3-pointers: Murphy 2, Dunning).

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