Prep Roundup for Nov. 24


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Sacred Heart’s Lexi Thompson reaches out to deflect a pass from Crest Ridge’s Timber Erisman.


Democrat Staff

Sacred Heart’s Lexi Thompson reaches out to deflect a pass from Crest Ridge’s Timber Erisman.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_DSC_27982.jpgSacred Heart’s Lexi Thompson reaches out to deflect a pass from Crest Ridge’s Timber Erisman.

Sacred Heart could not hold off a second-quarter Crest Ridge run and fell to the Lady Cougars 58-42 on Tuesday.

The Gremlins trailed 9-7 after one quarter before the Lady Cougars went on a 7-0 run in the second. Crest Ridge led 27-15 at halftime.

Early in the third quarter, Jamie Windholz, Timber Erisman and Jaden Nimsgern hit 3-pointers as Crest Ridge jumped out to a 41-17 lead.

Windholz led Crest Ridge with 26 points.

Sacred Heart was limited offensively by turnovers.

“We’re running our lanes, but we’ve got to see the ball when we’re running our lanes,” said Gremlins coach Caleb Crooker. “A lot of times our girls had our heads turned and the ball got past them.”

Lexi Thompson led the Gremlins with 17 points. McKenna Beeler added 11. Laura Wadley scored nine.

Stover 47, Leeton 42

The Stover girls basketball team won their first game of the season with a 47-42 win over Leeton on Tuesday. The Bulldogs were led by Mallory Uptegrove who had 16 points, 10 rebounds and seven steals. Morgan Iman had a double double with 10 and 10 rebounds. Eleanor Oehrke added nine points for Stover.

Leeton was led by Allison French who had 22 points.

Stover, 1-0 will play Chillhowee, Dec. 5, at home.

Windsor 48, Archie 38

The Windsor girls basketball team beat Archie 48-38 on Tuesday.

Windsor led 29-27 after three before pulling away in the fourth.

Jodie Delong had 10 points and eight rebounds to lead the Lady Greyhounds. Riley Rollins had 10 points. Dani Craig, Devyn Williams and Dharma Gilmore each scored eight.

Windsor (1-2) will face Sherwood on Dec. 3.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Smithton 86, Pilot Grove 77

The Smithton Tigers won their second game of the season with a 86-77 win over Pilot Grove at home on Tuesday night.

Smithton coach Rich Pond said his team had several good runs throughout the the contest but had difficulty finishing Pilot Grove off.

“We need to rebound a little better too,” Pond added. Smithton was led by Drew Apsher with 34 points. Brandon Amos had 24 points, 22 of which came in the first half. Will Tripp added 11 points.

Pilot Grove was had Ben Glenn and Brady Rental, each with 26 points.

Smithton 2-0 will face Climax Springs at 9 p.m. on Monday night in the first round of the Tipton Tournament.

Otterville 62, Sweet Springs 54

The Otterville Eagles defaeted Sweet Springs in a non-conference match up at Sweet Springs late Tuesday.

Otterville was led by Jake Neal with 27 and Garrett Lynn who had 11.

The Eagles are 1-1 on the season.

Cole Camp 66, Osage 55

Cole Camp beat Osage 66-55 on Tuesday.

The teams were tied at halftime before Cole Camp outscored Osage 36-25 in the second half.

Alex Pritzel scored 25 points to lead Cole Camp. Unser Brockman scored 24.

The Bluebirds shot 20 for 27 from the free throw line including 10 for 10 in the fourth quarter.

Cole Camp (1-0) will open the Warsaw Tournament against Lincoln at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Coaches, please report scores and stats to [email protected]

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Coaches, please report scores and stats to [email protected]

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