Prep Roundup for Dec. 29


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Knob Noster’s Lucas Rincker drives past a Macks Creek defender during a W-K Shootout game Tuesday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.


Cole Camp’s Alex Pritzel pulls down a rebound and goes back up for a putback during a W-K Shootout game Tuesday against Rich Hill. Pritzel finished with 33 points.


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Knob Noster’s Lucas Rincker drives past a Macks Creek defender during a W-K Shootout game Tuesday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_DSC_70882.jpgKnob Noster’s Lucas Rincker drives past a Macks Creek defender during a W-K Shootout game Tuesday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.

Cole Camp’s Alex Pritzel pulls down a rebound and goes back up for a putback during a W-K Shootout game Tuesday against Rich Hill. Pritzel finished with 33 points.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_DSC_74062.jpgCole Camp’s Alex Pritzel pulls down a rebound and goes back up for a putback during a W-K Shootout game Tuesday against Rich Hill. Pritzel finished with 33 points.

Knob Noster could not hold off a fourth-quarter rally, falling to Macks Creek 50-41 on Tuesday at the W-K Shootout.

Knob Noster took a 36-34 lead early in the fourth on a Trey Gant jumper, but the Pirates answered with a 12-2 run paced by a 3-pointer and a layup from Austin Zollner.

Macks Creek led 8-7 following a back-and-forth first quarter before the Panthers jumped ahead in the second. Lucas Rincker knocked down a pair of 3-pointers as Knob Noster took a 22-19 lead into halftime.

Rincker finished with 17 points. Kyle Zimmerschied added 11.

Zollner led Macks Creek with 21.

Rich Hill 64, Cole Camp 48

Alex Pritzel’s 1,000th career point was not enough as Cole Camp fell to Rich Hill 64-48 on Tuesday in the W-K Shootout.

Pritzel reached the 1,000-point mark with a base-line jumper early in the first quarter and had six of the Bluebirds’ first seven points as Cole Camp led 12-10 after one.

However the Tigers opened the second quarter with a 16-1 run. Cole Camp had a few runs to get within seven in the second half but could never get closer.

Pritzel finished with 33 points.

Blaine Robb led the Tigers with 21. Cole Heckadon added 18 and Jacob Mumma scored 12.

Cole Camp (6-4) will face Russellville at 9 p.m. Tuesday to open the Stover Tournament.

Marshall 53, Warsaw 43

A fourth-quarter Warsaw rally fell short as the Wildcats fell to the Marshall Owls 53-43 on Tuesday in the W-K Shootout.

The Owls jumped ahead 33-13 by halftime but Warsaw chipped away in the third quarter and outscored Marshall 16-8 in the fourth.

Matt Luebbert and Austin McCall each had 12 points for Warsaw. Logan Davis added eight. Johnathan Plybon had six.

Warsaw (1-7) will open the Tri-County Tournament on Saturday, facing Blair Oaks in the first round at Eldon.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

St. Clair 37, Smith-Cotton 22

Smith-Cotton fell to St. Clair 37-22 in the second round of the Rolla Tournament on Tuesday.

St. Clair closed the game on a 27-2 run.

Smith-Cotton fell 49-30 to North County in the first round of the Rolla Tournament on Monday with Cheyanne Tumlinson and Monuque Grant each scoring 10 points.

The Lady Tigers were initially scheduled to face Waynesville in the first round, but the Rolla Daily News reported that Waynesville and Newburg were unable to get to Rolla due to flooding in the area on Monday.

Marshall 64, Warsaw 40

The Warsaw Lady Wildcats fell to Marshall 64-40 at the W-K Shootout on Tuesday.

Marshall led 18-7 after the first quarter and jumped out to a 52-28 lead after three.

Jessie Glenn led Warsaw with 11 points.

Macks Creek 55, Knob Noster 32

Knob Noster fell to Macks Creek 55-32 in the W-K Shootout on Tuesday.

Jessica Sader led the Lady Panthers with 15 points. Rylee Parrott added 10.

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