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Garrett Goetze scored the 1,000th point of his career Saturday, and the Stover Bulldogs beat Russellville 55-39 in a nonconference boys basketball game at Russellville.


Goetze finished with a game-high 19 points. Brock Nolting added 16 for the Bulldogs who improved to 8-14.


Levi Anderson paced Russellville with 15 points.


Lakeland 86, Warsaw 77


The Lakeland boys basketball team beat the Warsaw Wildcats 86-77 on Saturday at Warsaw.


Warsaw fell to 13-10 overall.


GIRLS BASKETBALL


Northwest 53, Lincoln 52


The Lincoln Lady Cardinals’ quest for a second win this season ended with a one-point loss Saturday night at Lincoln.


The Northwest Lady Mustangs beat Lincoln 53-52 in a Kaysinger Conference girls basketball game.


The Lady Cardinals (1-20) led 13-6 after one quarter and 21-18 at halftime. Northwest pulled ahead in the third and took a 36-35 lead into the final quarter.


Seana Hansen paced Lincoln with 15 points, and Paige Bybee had 10.


Concordia 48, Sweet Springs 38


The Sweet Springs Lady Greyhounds struggled offensively, and the Concordia Orioles beat them 48-38 in a rescheduled I-70 Conference girls basketball game at Concordia.


“We are still struggling offensively. We shot 25 percent from the floor, which is our poorest shooting night of the year,” Sweet Springs coach Boyd Jones said. “When you shoot poorly, you need to make up for it defensively and in other ways. We didn’t.”


Christina Higgins paced Sweet Springs with 10 points and nine rebounds. Ashleigh Bright paced the team with three assists.


Ellison Brunkhorst and Cailey Cooper each scored a game-high 16 points for Concordia.


Sweet Springs (12-9 overall, 1-5 I-70) led 15-14 after one quarter, and the Orioles were ahead 24-19 at halftime and 40-30 after three quarters.


Lakeland 65, Warsaw 42


The Lakeland Lady Vikings outscored Warsaw by 19 points from the free throw line en route to a 65-42 win Saturday night at Warsaw.


The Lady Vikings went 30 of 41 from the free throw line, and Warsaw went 11 of 21.


Mackenzie Weaver paced Warsaw (1-19) with 13 points, and Emilee Proctor had 11.


Lakeland held quarter leads of 13-12, 34-15 and 50-26.


LATE FRIDAY


BOYS BASKETBALL


Warsaw 72, Osage 55


The Warsaw Wildcats shot out to an early lead and finished strong in their 72-55 win over Osage on Friday night in a Tri-County Conference boys basketball game at Lake Ozark.


The Wildcats led 19-8 after one quarter, 34-24 at halftime and 47-42 after three quarters.


Randall Sherman scored a game-high 33 points for Warsaw, which improved to 13-9 overall and 2-3 in the conference. Joey Cooner added 17.

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