Effingham, St. Anthony Split Junior High Wins; Area Roundup

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Published on November 30 2012 12:22 pm
Last Updated on November 30 2012 6:33 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham and St. Anthony split wins in junior high boys basketball competition Thursday evening.

The two teams went toe to toe in the seventh-grade contest and back and forth. However with the score tied with under a minute to play, St. Anthony hit free throws and Effingham didn't as the Bullpups claimed a 34-31 victory to run their record to 8-0. Effingham drops to 5-4.

St. Anthony was led by Kade Walsh with 10 points. Effingham was led by Mason Hull with 12.

In eighth-grade action, Effingham took an 18-9 opening quarter lead and led 39-13 at halftime. The Mustangs claimed a 53-35 victory. Jacob Donaldson scored 20 and Grant Wolfe 12 for the winners. Wolfe and Donald had five steals each and Lane Koenig led in rebounds with 10. Effingham improves to 8-1. Puckett led St. Anthony with 10.

At Effingham

Seventh-Grade Game

St. Anthony          13    5    5    11    --    34

Effingham             12    3    8      8    --    31

St. Anthony -- Deters 8, Walsh 10, Beesley 2, Nuxoll 3, Utz 7, Heuerman 2, Brandt 2

Effingham --  Sandifer 2, Hull 12, Levitt 8, Spencer 2, Robinson 4, Devore 1, Lohman 2

Eighth-Grade Game

St. Anthony            9      4    14    8    --    35

Effingham             18    21      6    8    --    53

St. Anthony -- Puckett 10, Greene 8, Jansen 6, Tegeler 5, Willenborg 2, Blanchette 2, Gibson 1, Sager 1

Effingham -- Donaldson 20 (5 steals, 4 rebounds), Wolfe 12 (5 steal, 4 rebounds), Koenig 8 (10 rebounds), Beals 7, Osborn 4, Kreke 1, Franklin 1 (4 rebounds)

At Strasburg

Effingham Sacred Heart and Stewardson-Strasburg both picked up a victory Thursday evening.

Stew-Stras claimed the seventh-grade contest 28-12. Stew-Stras took a 11-2 halftime lead. Quast led the way with eight points for the winners. Sherrod led the Shamrocks with six as the squad fell to 4-2 in the National Trail Conference, 8-3 overall.

In eighth-grade action, Sacred Heart pulled out a 25-23 overtime win. The Shamrocks held a 13-10 halftime lead and led 18-13 going into the final period when Stew-Stras mounted a comeback to tie the score. Sacred Heart then had a 3-1 charge in the final period to pull out the victory.

J. Bushue led Sacred Heart with 11 points. Moschenrose taliled 10 for Stew-Stras. Sacred Heart is 4-3 in the conference, 5-7 overall.

At Stew-Stras

Seventh-Grade Game

Sacred Heart          2    0    4    6    --    12

Stew-Stras             7    5    9    7    --    28

Sacred Heart -- Sherrod 6, Kruger 4, Helmink 2

Stew-Stras -- Quast 8, Clark 6, Koester 4, Kessler 4, Thies 3, Kramer 2, Lawyer 1

Eighth-Grade Game

Sacred Heart          9    4    5    4    3    --    25

Stew-Stras             3    7    3    9    1    --    23

Sacred Heart -- J. Bushue 11, Tegeler 9, Smith 5

Stew-Stras -- Moschenrose 10, Overbeck 7, Agapito 3, Vonderheride 2, Nichols 1

At Teutopolis

Teutopolis handed Vandalia two losses. T-town picked up a 50-30 victory in seventh-grade play.

T-town led 25-19 at halftime then had a 12-5 third period run. Ethyn Dust tallied 15 and Lee Hardiek 12 for the winners. Casey led Vandalia with 17 and Zimmerman chipped in with 12.

In the eighth-grade contest, T-town was a 44-21 winner. T-town took a big 25-11 halftime lead and never looked back. Mitch Hardiek led 12 players in scoring with nine points.

At Teutopolis

Seventh-Grade Game

Vandalia            7    12      5      6    --    30

Teutopolis       16      9    12    13    --    50

Vandalia -- Casey 17, Taylor 1, Zimmerman 12

Teutopolis --  Goeckner 4, Funneman 9, Kremer 2, Hardiek 12, Jansen 4, Deters 2, Young 2, Dust 15

Eighth-Grade Game

Vandalia               4      7      5    5    --    21

Teutopolis          15    10    11    8    --    44

Vandalia -- Wel 8, Gordon 6, Jones 2, Ruckman 3, DeFaux 2

Teutopolis -- Ungrund 2, Hartke 2, Kenter 5, Ordner 1, Bloemer 4, Mette 2, McMahon 5, Mette 2, Hardiek 9, Goedde 2, Belleville 4, Deters 6

At Sorento

St. Elmo/Brownstown split with Sorento in action Thursday evening.

Sorento was a 33-30 winner in the seventh-grade contest, taking a 16-6 halftime lead after holding St. Elmo/Brownstown scoreless in the second period. Maxey led St. Elmo/Brownstown with 16 points while Brown tallied 12.

In the eighth-grade contest, St. Elmo/Brownstown was a 51-33 winner. Kroll led with 17 while Austin chipped in with 16.

At Sorento

Seventh-Grade Game

St. Elmo/Brownstown            6    0    10    14    --    30

Sorento                                 10    6    10      7    --    33

St. Elmo/Brownstown -- Maxey 16, Brown 12, White 2

Sorento -- Morgan 8, Hlapka 1, Schreider 8, Stewards 15 (individuals add up to 32 while 33 listed as final on scoresheet turned in)

Eighth-Grade Game

St. Elmo/Brownstown          3    15    14    19    --    51

Sorento                                 9    10      6      8    --    33

St. Elmo/Brownstown -- Kroll 17, Miller 3, Austin 16, Golden 4, Feezel 9, Aderman 1, Rogers 1

Sorento -- Chestnut 9, Hutchinson 15, Hogue 3, Booth 4 (individuals add up to 31 while 33 listed as final on scoresheet turned in).

At Neoga

Beecher City and Neoga split wins. Neoga handed Beecher City a 37-20 seventh-grade loss. Ramert led the winners with nine points. Beecher City was led by Chad Kirchoffer with eight.

In the eighth-grade contest, Beecher City beat Neoga 46-22. Beecher City held a 17-7 halftime lead. Trey Buzzard scored 18 for the winners. Neoga was led by Yurs with seven.

At Neoga

Seventh-Grade Game

Beecher City            0    2    10    8    --    20

Neoga                    17    8      3    9    --    37

Beecher City -- Galloway 7, Kirchoffer 8, Duckwitz 2, Bober 2, Tolliver 1

Neoga -- Andrews 4, Wood 2, Hanson 5, Milner 4, Althoff 2, Ramert 9, Gresens 2, Fritcher 2, Snader 2, Butler 4, Eaton 1

Eighth-Grade Game

Beecher City          6    11    16    13    --   46

Neoga                    7      0      8      7    --   22

Beecher City -- Grove 7, Stewart 6, Duckwitz 2, Martin 5, Strauch 8, Buzzard 18

Neoga -- Yurs 7, Harper 2, Moran 2, Reynolds 4, Ballinger 1, Hardesty 6

At Cowden

Altamont handed Cowden-Herrick a 48-28 loss in seventh-grade action. Shepard tallied 17 and Stone 15 for the winners. A. Nohren scored 11 for Cowden-Herrick.

At Cowden

Seventh-Grade Game

Altamont                     13    11    14    10    --    48

Cowden-Herrick          13    16    18    10    --    28

Altamont -- Stone 15, Shepard 17, Cornett 4, Childerson 2, Betts 4, Bowlin 4

Cowden-Herrick -- Blackerby 7, Seaton 2, Sandiford 6, Nohren 11, Beck 2

At Dieterich

Dieterich and Windsor spilt victories. Dieterich won the seventh-grade contest over Windsor 48-16.

In eighth-grade action, Windsor defeated Dieterich 29-23.

At Charleston

Jasper County edged Charleston 30-27 in eighth-grade action Thursday. Jasper County held a slight 14-12 halftime lead and only outscored Charleston 16-15 in the second half.

Nate Meinhart tallied 13 for the winners.

At Charleston

Jasper County           5    9    8    8    --    30

Charleston                 6    6    8    7    --    27

Jasper County -- Meinhart 13, Stone 7, Weber 4, Jansen 3, Bierman 2, Bergbower 1

Charleston -- no results listed

At Louisville

North Clay (Louisville) defeated Clay City 50-28. The win gives North Clay a 5-1 record in the Midland Trail Conference and a 5-3 overall mark. Bryce Walker led the winners with 12 points.