Williams, Rollins lead Windsor past S-C

December 5, 2013

Democrat Staff

Windsor came out on top against Smith-Cotton 50-46 in overtime in the Marshall girls basketball tournament on Thursday.

Windsor was ahead for the first three quarters, leading 20-18 going into the half, but found themselves down by four with less than a minute to play in the game. They scored two baskets to put the game into overtime.

Shelby Williams led the Lady Greyhounds with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Bailey Rollins had 14 points and five rebounds. Haley Crouch had eight assists and seven points.

Kirby Lewellyn led the Lady Tigers with 16 points. Abby Knight had nine and Abby Perkins added eight.

The Lady Greyhounds play next Dec. 16 at home against Smithton. The Lady Tigers face Versailles Dec. 10 at home.

La Monte 49, Kingsville 10

La Monte beat Kingsville 49-10 at home Thursday night. The Lady Vikings were leading 30-3 going into halftime.

Sandra Arroyo was the leading scorer with 13 points. Maya Martin had seven rebounds, and Vada DeMotte had six assists. Madison Harris and Arroyo both had six steals apiece.

The Lady Vikings play next Dec. 9 in the Mid-State Conference Basketball Tournament at Wentworth, playing against No. 6 seed Wentworth in the first round. La Monte is the No. 2 seed for the tournament, and Kingsville is No. 1.

Green Ridge 57, Chilhowee 25

Green Ridge won 57-25 against Chilhowee at home after leading 30-12 at halftime Thursday.

Breanna Peck and Molly Turner both had 14 points.

The Lady Tigers play next Dec. 10 against Pilot Grove in the first round of the Pilot Grove Tournament.

Warrensburg 47, Sacred Heart 31

Sacred Heart fell to Warrensburg 47-31 in the Marshall girls basketball tournament Thursday night. The Lady Tigers led 30-15 at halftime.

Gabby Ebers and Lauren Tanguay both led the Lady Gremlins with 10 points each. Claudia Cox added seven.

“It was an off shooting night for us,” said Sacred Heart coach Shawn Bestgen. “They pounded us away on the inside. They really out played and out executed us.”

The Lady Gremlins, now 1-3, will face Father Tolton on Dec. 10 at home.

Boys Basketball

Green Ridge 71, Chilhowee 37

Green Ridge won 71-37 against Chilhowee at home Thursday night after leading 47-10 at halftime.

Hayden Doane led the Tigers with 16 points, and Axton Harding added 13. Eleven players added points to the ifnal score.

The Tigers, now 2-1, play against Northwest at 9 p.m. Tuesday in the Pilot Grove Tournament.

Sacred Heart 83, Battle 73

Sacred Heart beat Battle 83-73 in the semifinal of the Sacred Heart tournament on Thursday.

Chase Lyles led the Gremlins with 20 points. Stefan Cox added 19, Garret Strange had 14 and Keyaire Marshall scored 12.

The Gremlins will face Grain Valley for the tournament championship on Saturday.

Cole Camp 56, Lincoln 25

Tanner Oelrichs scored the 1000th point of his career as Cole Camp beat Lincoln 56-25 on Thursday.

The Bluebirds led 29-17 at the half before outscoring the Cardinals 27-8 in the final 16 minutes.

Oelrichs finished with 24 points. Koby Kneivel had 14 and Connor Balke scored seven.

Warsaw 66, Butler 55

Warsaw beat Butler 66-55 on Thursday.

Randall Sherman scored 25 points to lead the Wildcats. Tommy Proctor added 14 and Bailey Jelinek scored 10.


Smith-Cotton 69, St. Pius X 9

Smith-Cotton opened the wrestling season with a 69-9 win over West Central Conference rival St. Pius X on Thursday in Kansas City.

Wade Hagebusch, Kyler Taber, Luke Archibeque, Jake McFail, Tanner Proctor, Taylor Schubert and Noah Aziere all won their matches by pinfall with Proctor’s pin coming in 58 seconds and Schubert getting the win in 19 seconds. Aziere also scored a pin in the first minute, winning in 1:10.

At 120 pounds Logan Parham won on a 5-0 decision.

Late Wednesday

Girls Basketball

Skyline 58, Cole Camp 25

Cole Camp fell to No. 3 Skyline 58-25 in the semifinal of the Warsaw girls basketball tournament on Wednesday.

Skyline jumped out to a 26-5 lead after the first quarter and cruised to the win.

Meghan Pitts led the Bluebirds with nine points. Kimmi Finkiewicz added six.

Cole Camp will face Butler at 6:30 p.m. Friday for third place in the tournament.