Dieterich Wins NTC Boys Seventh-Grade Tourney; St. Anthony Drops Two

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Published on December 7 2012 12:50 pm
Last Updated on December 7 2012 3:55 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Dieterich took a 13-7 opening quarter lead and went on for a 38-22 win over Stewardson-Strasburg to claim the National Trail Conference Seventh-Grade Boys Basketball Tournament title Thursday evening.

Dieterich held a 26-17 halftime lead then had a 10-3 third quarter run to put the game on ice. Radloff tallied 18 for the winners while Campton added nine. Kramer led Stew-Stras with nine points.

Championship Game

Dieterich               13    13    10    2    --    38

Stew-Stras             7    10      3    2    --    22

Dieterich -- Radloff 18, Campton 9, Thoele 6, Flach 2, Higgs 2, Schmidt 1

Stew-Stras -- Kramer 9, Thies 6, Kessler 3, Quast 2, Clark 2

Third Place Game

Altamont led 19-7 after the first half and had a 16-3 third period surge to down St. Elmo/Brownstown 40-18 in the third place contest.

Brown tallied 10, Vaughn nine, Pemberton eight and Stevenson eight for the winners. Brown scored seven to lead St. Elmo/Brownstown.

Third Place Game

St. Elmo/Brownstown          5      2      3    8    --    18

Altamont                               8    11    16    5    --    40

St. Elmo/Brownstown -- Brown 7, Maxey 5, White 2, Denton 2, Behl 2

Altamont -- Brown 10, Vaughn 9, Pemberton 8, Stevenson 8, Higgs 4, Parker 1

Consolation Championship

Neoga claimed the consolation championship 47-31 over Cowden-Herrick.

Neoga took a 21-5 opening quarter lead but Cowden-Herrick came back to trail only 27-20 at halftime. Neoga then held Cowden-Herrick scoreless in the third quarter to push ahead 41-20 going into the final period.

Ramert led Neoga with 20 points while Hansen chipped in with 12. Rauch led Cowden-Herrick with 13.

Consolation Championship

Cowden-Herrick            5    15      0    11    --    31

Neoga                          21      6    14      6    --    47

Cowden-Herrick -- Phillips 8, Rauch 13, Watson 4, Barfield 6

Neoga -- Andrews 4, Hansen 12, Titus 1, Ramert 20, Butler 8, Hill 2

At St. Anthony

Charleston came calling at St. Anthony and picked up a 40-29 victory in seventh-grade play.

Charleston held an 11-3 opening quarter lead and led 19-13 at halftime. The two teams played to a 9-9 tie in the third quarter before Charleston had a 12-7 edge in the final period.

It was the first loss of the season for the Bullpups who drop to 8-1.

In eighth-grade action, Charleston claimed a 52-17 victory. St. Anthony drops to 5-4.

At St. Anthony

Charleston          11      8    9    12    --    40

St. Anthony          3    10    9      7    --    29

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