St. Anthony Downs Altamont, T-town Beats CHBC; Area Roundup

Print

Published on December 4 2012 12:45 pm
Last Updated on December 4 2012 8:49 pm
Written by Millie Lange

ALTAMONT -- The St. Anthony Lady Bulldogs defeated the Altamont Lady Indians in National Trail Conference girls basketball Monday night 37-17. The game was heard on KJ Country 102.3 and www.kjcountry.com.

   St. Anthony held Altamont to just four baskets in the game, three of those baskets coming in the fourth quarter, and only 26 shots from the field. Meanwhile, St. Anthony hit 14 of 35 shots for 40%.

   Neither shot their free throws well; St. Anthony making eight of 13 for 62%, Altamont making just nine of 20 for 45%.

   Turnovers were a continually problem for both teams, with St. Anthony giving up the ball 27 times and Altamont 21 times. St. Anthony used their experience and height to outrebound Altamont 33-15. Altamont missed their only three-point try, while St. Anthony made one of six three-point attempts.

   St. Anthony led throughout the game, 6-1 after one quarter, 18-9 at halftime and 30-10 after three quarters, eventually having as large as a 25-point lead.

   Makayla Walsh, hampered by fouls early in the contest, scored all eight of her points in the second half and led all scorers. Also for St. Anthony: Megan Nuxoll with seven, all in the first half, Kate Richards and Lauren Wendt six each, Melissa Bushur five, Maggie Mumm three, and Lexie Niebrugge two.

   Abbe Stevenson came off the bench to lead Altamont in scoring with six points. Also for Altamont: Macy Wendling five, Maddie Ohnesorge and Lily Laatsch two each, and Lauren Ohnesorge and Danielle Vaughn one point apiece.

   With the win, St. Anthony is back over .500 at 4-3 on the season, while Altamont fell to 1-4 on the campaign.

   St. Anthony won the JV game 32-30 to improve to 2-1 on the season.

At Altamont

Varsity Game

ST. ANTHONY (37)

Gardewine 0-0 -- 0, Niebrugge 1-0 -- 2, Bushur 1-3 -- 5,  Schmidt 0-0 -- 0, Wendt 2-2 -- 6, Mumm 1-1 -- 3, Nuxoll 3-1 -- 7, Richards 2-1 -- 6, Walsh 4-0 -- 8, Dust 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 14 FG, 8 FT.

ALTAMONT (17)

Miller 0-0 -- 0, M. Ohnesorge 1-0 -- 2, L. Ohnesorge 0-1 -- 1, Laatsch 0-2 -- 2, Vaughn 0-1 -- 1, Stevenson 1-4 -- 6, Smith 0-0 -- 0, Armstrong 0-0 -- 0, Tillman 0-0 -- 0, Wendling 2-1 -- 5, Gentry 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 4 FG, 9 FT.

St. Anthony          6    12    12    7    --    37

Altamont              1      8      1    7    --    17

3-point FG -- St. Anthony 1 (Richards 1), Altamont 0

Junior Varsity Game

St. Anthony           2    10    12    8    --    32

Altamont             11      5      8    6    --    30

St. Anthony -- Brown 6, Brandenburger 2, Burton 4, McDevitt 4, Dust 0, Gardewine 2, Schmidt 2, Schultz 6, Doedtman 2, Niebrugge 2, Richards 2

Altamont -- Stevenson 4, Laatsch 8, Volker 0, Vaughn 0, Stuckemeyer 3, Smith 0, Gentry 10, Armstrong 0, Tillman 3, Miller 2

At Beecher City

Teutopolis edged out to a 14- 6 opening quarter lead over Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City and went on for a 52-44 victory.

M. Hartke tallied 20 for the winners whie Anna Hartke chipped in with nine. CHBC was led by Micah Jones with 14 points and 13 rebounds, Ava Paruleski with 13 points and Autumn Riley with 11 points.

CHBC drops to 4-2 on the season.

At Beecher City

TEUTOPOLIS (52)

Gebben 0-0 -- 0, Giles 1-0 -- 2, Hardiek 1-4 -- 6, A. Hartke 4-1 -- 9, M. Hartke 7-6 -- 20, Repking 2-0 -- 4, Schmidt 0-0 -- 0, Schumacher 1-3 -- 5, Thompson 3-0 -- 6. TOTALS 19 FG, 14 FT.

CHBC (44)

Ward 0-0 -- 0, Morrison 2-1 -- 5,  Jones 6-2 -- 14, Miller 0-0 -- 0, Edwards 0-0 -- 0, Riley 5-1 -- 11, Paruleski 5-0 -- 13, Herrmann 0-1 -- 1, Hilt 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 18 FG, 5 FT.

Teutopolis          14    10      8    20    --    52

CHBC                    6    17    12      9     --    44

3-point FG -- Teutopolis 0, Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City 3 (Paruleski 3)

At Palestine

Newton improved to 7-2 on the season with a 69-50 win over Palestine/Hutsonville.

The Eagles held a 26-18 first half lead and outscored Palestine/Hutsonville 24-18 in the third period and 19-14 in the final quarter. Morgan Swingler tallied 27 for the Eagles while Tara Wirth chipped in with 12 and Andrea Cartright 10. Tara Wirth led the Eagles with nine rebounds while Swingler pulled down eight.

At Palestine

NEWTON (69)

Swingler 10-4 -- 27, Wirth 6-0 -- 12, Cartright 3-4 -- 10, Jansen 4-0 -- 8, Will 2-0 -- 4, Bierman 1-1 -- 3, Kerner 1-0 -- 2, Stewart 1-0 -- 2, Koebele 0-1 -- 1. TOTALS 28 FG, 10 FT.

PALES./HUTSON. (50)

Churchwell 8-2 -- 19, Fulling 4-5 -- 13, Kiger 2-1 -- 6, Williams 3-0 -- 6, Nehls 2-2 -- 6. TOTALS 19 FG, 10 FT.

Newton                      14    12    24    19    --   69

Pales/Hutson.             7    11    18    14    --    50

3-point FG -- Newton 3 (Swingler 3), Palestine/Hutsonville 2 (Churchwell 1, Kiger 1).

Junior Varsity Game

Newton                      1    14    8    10    --    33

Pales./Hutson.          9    11    1      7    --    28

Newton -- Stewart 12, Davidson 11, Kerner 8, Cartright 2

Palestine/Hutsonville Leading Scorers -- Elder 10, Rariden 8

At Neoga

Neoga trounced South Central 70-16 Monday evening. Jillian Deters led the way for the Indians with 24 points, eight rebounds, five steals and three blocks. Olivia Ott had 10 rebounds. Thies and Butler tallied 11 points each. Kirsten Deters had seven assists.

Neoga improves its overall record to 2-6 on the season.

At Neoga

SOUTH CENTRAL (16)

King 0-0 -- 0, Lotz 1-0 -- 2, Keen 1-0 -- 2, Ritter 1-0 -- 2, Cain 4-1 -- 10. TOTALS 7 FG, 1 FT.

NEOGA (70)

Butler 5-0 -- 11, Partlow 1-0 -- 2, Ott 3-0 -- 6, Thies 4-2 -- 11, J. Deters 12-0 -- 24, K. Deters 0-1 -- 1, Erickson 1-0 -- 2, Buening 2-0 -- 4, Roderick 3-1 -- 7, Struthers 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 32 FG, 4 FT.

South Central            4      4      2    6    --    16

Neoga                     23    12    26    9    --    70

3-point FG -- South Central 1 (Cain 1), Neoga 2 (Butler 1, Thies 1).

At Cisne

North Clay (Louisville) picked up a Midland Trail Conference win over Cisne 61-32.

North Clay held a 35-18 halftime lead and never looked back. Stanfield tallied 22 and Walker chipped in with 10 for the winners.

At Cisne

NORTH CLAY (61)

Yaeger 3-0 -- 6, Bible 2-0 -- 4, Lovett 1-0 -- 2, Ruholl 0-0 -- 0, Smith 4-0 -- 8, Barbee 0-1 -- 1, Walker 4-1 -- 10, Stanfield 10-2 -- 22, Wyatt 1-2 -- 4, Morel 2-0 -- 4. TOTALS 27 FG, 6 FT.

CISNE (32)

Bullard 0-1 -- 1, Byers 3-4 -- 10, B. Gill 4-0 -- 8, Paul 1-0 -- 2, Malloy 2-3 -- 7, M. Gill 1-0 -- 2, Pogue 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 12 FG, 8 FT.

North Clay          18    17    8    18    --    61

Cisne                  10      8    8      6    --    32

3-point  FG -- North  Clay 1 (Walker 1), Cisne 0.

At Robinson

Cumberland traveled to Robinson and suffered a 43-31 loss. The Pirates held a 10-9 opening quarter lead but Robinson came back to lead 22-12 at halftime. The Maroons then had a 14-6 third period run.

Cumberland's attempted comeback in the final quarter fell short. The Pirates were led by Siebert with 15 and Holsapple with 14.

At Robinson

CUMBERLAND (31)

Layton 1-0 -- 2, Holsapple 4-5 -- 14, Siebert 7-1 -- 15. TOTALS 12 FG, 6 FT.

ROBINSON (43)

Mendenhall 1-0 --2, Shook 2-2 -- 6, Quick 1-0 -- 2, Sullivan 5-3 -- 13, Hannahs 7-0 -- 14, Calip 3-2 -- 8, Paddock 0-0 -- 0, Laino 0-00 -- 0, Thompson 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 19 FG, 6 FT. (Players add up to 45 while 43 listed as final)

Cumberland          10      2      6    13    --    31

Robinson                9    13    14      7    --    43

3-point FG -- Cumberland 1 (Holsapple 1), Robinson 0.