St. Anthony, T-town Win Regional. Championships
Published on December 3 2012 8:58 am
Last Updated on December 3 2012 3:25 pm
Written by Millie Lange
Members of the St. Anthony team winning a regional are, front row, left to right, Laura Gurtner, Jenna Woltman, Kristin Slaughter. Back row, left to right, Coach Kirk Hartke, Danielle Having, Keri McGuire, Olivia Marks, Mariam Khalil, Olivia Clausis, Anna Hackman, Maryann Saba and Coach Jennifer Jansen.
Effingham St. Anthony captured the championship of the Class 8-1A Effingham Sacred Heart Girls Basketball Regional Friday.
St. Anthony defeated Sigel St. Michael 37-27. There was no other information reported on this game.
St. Anthony will advance to its own sectional Wednesday to face Maryville Christian at 6 p.m. for the championship and the right to advance to the state tournament.
Class 8-3A Marshall Regional
Teutopolis edged Marshall 39-38 to win the regional championship Friday.
Marshall held an 8-6 opening quarter lead and pushed that to 16-8 at halftime. T-town still trailed after the third quarter 30-18. T-town then mounted an enormous rally, outscoring Marshall 21-8 to pull out the one-point victory.
Shelby Thompson scored 13 for the winners while Jamie Sandschafer added eight and Raegan Drees seven.
T-town improves to 23-1 and will advance to the Cumberland Sectional Wednesday at 6 p.m. to battle Lawrenceville Parkview. The winner advances to the state tournament.
3-8A Marshall Regional
Marshall 8 8 14 8 -- 38
Teutopolis 6 2 10 21 -- 39
Marshall -- Sandefer 2, Morecraft 13, Evans 12, Burdick 7, Sweitzer 4
Teutopolis -- R. Drees 7, Thompson 13, Sandschafer 8, J. Drees 6, Kaufman 2, Hemmen 3
8-3A Lawrenceville Parkview Regional
Jasper County saw its season come to an end in the Lawrenceville Parkview Regional Friday.
Jasper County lost to the host squad 42-31. Lawrenceville Parkview advances to the Cumberland Sectional Wednesday to face Teutopolis at 6 p.m.
8-4A Mattoon Regional
Mattoon claimed its own regional championship with a victory over Champaign Jefferson.
Mattoon was a 61-34 winner and will now face Mahomet-Seymour Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the Mahomet-Seymour Sectional.