LATE SATURDAY RESULTS
Mineral Area 82, State Fair Community College 70
The Roadrunners failed to recover from a 43-28 halftime deficit and lost 82-70 to Mineral Area Community College Saturday.
Ronnie Rousseau III led the Roadrunners with 18 points. Clint Robinson had 15 points and six rebounds. Willie Jimerson Jr. added 11 points and five assists.
The Cardinals were 8-of-18 from beyond the arc and shot 47 percent from the field.
Mineral Area 67, State Fair Community College 60
TuTu Williams had 16 points and 11 rebounds in a losing effort for the Lady Roadrunners Saturday as State Fair fell 67-60 to Mineral Area.
Kourtney Kekec scored a game-high 21 points for the Lady Cardinals.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
LATE FRIDAY RESULTS
Sacred Heart 83, Northwest 35
Trent Lyles led the Gremlins with 16 points as Sacred Heart defeated Northwest Friday 83-35.
Colby Young scored 12 points.
Sacred Heart is 13-3 and 7-0 in conference play.
S-C McDONALD’S CLASSIC
Nixa 54, Hickman 41
Parkview 37, Rolla 27
Center 54, KC Northeast 20
LATE FRIDAY RESULTS
Stover 50, La Monte 37
The Stover Lady Bulldogs defeated La Monte Friday by a score of 50-37.
Mallory Uptegrove had a double-double with 14 points and rebounds. Ashley Schroeder scored 10 points and had 6 assists.
Stover moves to 9-6 and 3-0 in conference play with the victory.
HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING
S-C KEARNEY DUALS
Younger Layton, 106 pounds, 0-4, 5th
Connor Siron, 113, 3-1, 2nd
Kris Houk, 120, 2-2, 3rd
Blake Pomajzl, 132, 4-0, 1st
Justin Osburn, 138, 4-0, 1st
Jake McFail, 145, 4-0, 1st
Josh Hartman, 152, 1-3, 4th
Gauge Younger, 160, 1-3, 4th
Brandon Neale, 170, 2-2, 3rd
Noah Aziere, 182, 2-2, 3rd
Izaiah Snyder, 195, 3-1, 2nd
Michael Laster, 285, 3-1, 2nd
Pomajzl earned two pins, one technical fall, and a decision.
Osburn won by forfeit and two decisions and earned a pin.
McFail wrestled his way to two pins, a technical fall, and a forfeit.
Smith-Cotton (11-4) picked up wins against the Rockwood Summit Falcons (48-27), Harrisonville Wildcats (41-28), and the Liberty North Eagles (42-33), and a loss to the Kearney Bulldogs (20-46).