St. Anthony edges Tri-County; Area Girls Roundup

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Published on December 14 2012 1:49 pm
Last Updated on December 14 2012 2:53 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham St. Anthony High School played host to Oakland/Tri County in high school girls basketball competition Thursday evening and edged the visitors 44-41.

The Bulldogs took a 13-10 opening quarter lead and pushed that to 25-20 at halftime. Both teams scored six points in the third period and Tri-County outscored the Bulldogs 15-13 in the final quarter.

Megan Nuxoll, a 5-foot-9 sophomore, led the winners with 24 points. Melissa Bushur tallied nine points.

Tri-County was led by Skinner with 13 and Autumn Meyer with 10.

St. Anthony improves to 5-5 on the season.

At St. Anthony

Varsity Game

OAKLAND/TRI-COUNTY (41)

Am. Meyer 1-0 -- 2, Bennett 1-0 -- 3, Amb. Meyer 4-1 -- 9, Au. Meyer 3-3 -- 10, Cottle 0-0 -- 0,  Skinner 6-0 -- 13, Smith 2-0 -- 4, Humphis 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 17 FG, 4 FT.

ST. ANTHONY (44)

Gardewine 0-1 -- 1, L. Niebrugge 0-1 -- 1, Bushur 4-1 -- 9, Wendt 0-0 -- 0, Mumm 0-0 -- 0, Nuxoll 9-6 -- 24, Richards 1-0 -- 3,  Walsh 2-2 -- 6. TOTALS 16 FG, 11 FT.

Tri-County            10    10    6    15    --    41

St. Anthony          13    12    6    13    --    44

3-point FG -- Tri-County 3 (Bennet 1, Au. Meyer 1, Skinner 1), St. Anthony 1 (Richards 1).

Junior Varsity Game

Tri-County            10      2    0    2    --    14

St. Anthony            3    11    1    6    --    21

Oakland/Tri-County -- Brown 2, Eskew 3, Brown 2, Edwards 2, Humphris 5

St. Anthony -- Brown 8, Schuette 2, Doedtman 2, Niebrugge 6, Richards 3

At Dieterich

Three players hit double figures for the Movin' Maroons in a 50-27 victory over Cisne.

Dieterich held a 23-14 halftime lead and had a 19-6 final period surge. Candace Niemerg tallied 15, Sydney Higgs 12 and Courtney Flach 10. Niemerg led in rebounds with eight and had five steals. Higgs led in assists with four. Dieterich improved to 8-3 on the season.

Cisne was led by Brandae Gill with nine points.

At Dieterich

CISNE (27)

Bullard 1-0 -- 2, B. Gill 3-2 -- 9, M. Gill 2-0 -- 4, Malloy 1-1 -- 3, Byars 4-1 -- 9. TOTALS 11 FG, 4 FT.

DIETERICH (50)

Abbott 0-0 -- 0, Flach 5-0 -- 10, Higgs 6-0 -- 12, Niemerg 6-3 -- 15, Webb 0-0 -- 0, Schmidt 0-0 -- 0, Mahnke 0-0 -- 0, Meinhart 1-1 -- 3, Heuerman 0-0 -- 0, Vahling 1-0 -- 2, Wright 4-0 -- 8, Foreman 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 23 FG, 4 FT.

Cisne                   6    8    7      6    --    27

Dieterich           14    9    8    19    --    50

3-point FG -- Cisne 1 (B. Gill 1), Dieterich 0.

Junior Varsity Game -- Dieterich 16, Cisne 15.

At Teutopolis

Teutopolis had two good quarters in the second and third to claim a 40-32 win over Taylorville.

The Shoes trailed Taylorville 8-5 after the opening quarter but took a 16-13 halftime lead behind eight of eight at the free throw line and a three-pointer in the second quarter. The Shoes then had an 11-6 third quarter run.

Cierra Thompson led the Shoes with 20 points connecting on eight of nine at the line and five field goals, including two trifectas. Thompson and Danielle Repking pulled down six rebounds each. Thompson had four steals and Repking three.

At Teutopolis

TAYLORVILLE (32)

Dust 0-0 -- 0, Mouts 1-0 -- 2, Weber 1-1 -- 4, Norville 4-1 -- 9, Bollinger 2-0 -- 4, Dais 2-0 -- 5, Bitschenauer 1-0 -- 2, Smart 0-0 -- 0, Brown 1-2 -- 4, Durham 1-0 -- 2, Ballinger 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 13 FG, 4 FT.

TEUTOPOLIS (40)

Giles 0-0 -- 0, Hardiek 0-2 -- 2, A. Hartke 1-2 -- 4, M. Hartke 0-4 -- 4, Repking 1-2 -- 4, Thompson 5-8 -- 20, Schumacher 3-0 -- 6. TOTALS 10 FG, 18 FT.

Taylorville           8     5      6    13    --    32

Teutopolis          5    11    11    13    --    40

3-point FG -- Taylorville 2 (Weber 1, Davis 1), Teutopolis 2 (Thompson 2).

Junior Varsity Game -- Taylorville 50, Teutopolis 43 (OT).

At Beecher City

Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City pushed its record to 3-0 in the National Trail Conference and 6-3 overall by downing Altamont 62-36.

With a 28-8 opening quarter lead, the game was never in doubt. Micah Jones had another double-double with 22 points and 20 rebounds. She also led in steals with four. Autumn Riley chipped in with 14 points while Ava Paruleski added 11 points and led in assists with five.

Altamont was led by Madison Ohnesorge with 22 points.

BCCH will be back in action Saturday against Bloomington Central Catholic.

At Beecher City

ALTAMONT (36)

Miller 0-0 -- 0, M. Ohnesorge 7-7 -- 22, L. Ohnesorge 0-0 -- 0, Laatsch 1-0 -- 2, Vaughn 0-0 -- 0, Stevenson 0-0 -- 0, Smith 0-0 -- 0, Tillman 3-2 -- 8, Wendling 2-0 -- 4. TOTALS 13 FG, 9 FT.

CHBC (62)

Ward 1-0 -- 2, Zacha 1-0 -- 2, Morrison 3-1 -- 7, Jones 9-4 -- 22, Miller 0-0 -- 0, Edwards 1-0 -- 2, Riley 5-4 -- 14, Paruleski 4-2 -- 11, Herrmann 0-0 -- 0, Hilt 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 25 FG, 11 FT.

Altamont           8    11    9      8    --    36

CHBC               28    13    6    15    --    62

3-point FG -- Altamont 1 (M. Ohnesorge 1), Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City 1 (Paruleski 1).

Junior Varsity Game -- Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City 39, Altamont 27.

At Newton

Newton handed Red Hill (Bridgeport) a 47-42 loss in Little Illini Conference action.

The Eagles trailed Red Hill 26-19 at halftime then had a slight 9-6 third quarter run and still trailed 32-28 going into the final quarter. The Eagles rallied for a 19-10 third period run to pull out the victory and improve to 5-1 in the conference, 9-3 overall.

"The girls came out a little flat and got down early, but they didn't back down," said Newton Coach Brad Harris. "They fought hard and worked their way back into the game. Everyone stepped up and had a big fourth quarter."

Morgan Swingler led the Eagles with 22 points while Megan Jansen chipped in with 16.

At Newton

RED HILL (42)

To. Paulin 5-2 -- 15, Ta. Paulin 3-2 -- 9, Moan 3-2 -- 8, Perry 3-0 -- 6, Western 2-0 -- 4. TOTALS 16 FG, 6 FT.

NEWTON (47)

Swingler 8-2 -- 22, Jansen 1-12 -- 14, Cartwright 2-1 -- 5, Bierman 1-0 -- 2, Will 1-0 -- 2, Wirth 0-1 -- 1, Kerner 0-1 -- 1. TOTALS 13 FG, 17 FT.

Red Hill           13    13   6    10    --    42

Newton            6    13    9    19    --    47

3-point FG -- Red Hill 4 (To. Paulin 3, Ta. Paulin 1), Newton 2 (Swingler 2).

Junior Varsity Game

Red Hill            2    8    6    3    --    19

Newton         11    7    6    8    --    32

Red Hill -- Western 12, Halloway 3, Ramsaran 2, Moan 2

Newton -- Kerner 10, Koebele 6, Cartright 6, Stewart 4, Davidson 2, Probst 2, Kline 2

At Neoga

Neoga trailed Brownstown after the opening quarter but came back to tie the score at 15-15 at halftime then make a 22-15 third period run to claim a 55-39 National Trail Conference win.

Three players scored in double figures for the winners. Elecia Thies tallied 17 points and had six rebounds and three steals. Madison Butler and Jillian Deters scored 13 points each. J. Deters had seven rebounds, three steals and two blocks. Olivia Ott had seven rebounds.

Brownstown was led by Molly Hill with 19 points.

At Neoga

BROWNSTOWN (39)

Pruett 2-0 -- 5, Oberlinnk 3-3 -- 9, Austin 2-1 -- 5, Hill 8-3 -- 19, Bone 0-1 -- 1. TOTALS 15  FG, 8 FT.

NEOGA (55)

Butler 6-0 -- 13, Ott 3-0 -- 6, Thies 5-6 -- 17, J. Deters 5-2 -- 13, K. Deters 1-2 -- 4, Erickson 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 20 FG, 11 FT.

Brownstown          7      8    15      9    --     39

Neoga                    4    11    22    18     --    55

3-point FG -- Brownstown 1 (Pruett 1), Neoga 4 (Butler 2, Thies 1, J. Deters 1).

At Noble

Noble picked up a victory over South Central 57-24. The loss drops the Cougars to 0-10 on the season.

The Wildcats took off to a 20-10 opening quarter lead and led 35-12 at halftime.

Macie Cain, a senior, had the best game of her career with 21 points for South Central.

At Noble

SOUTH CENTRAL (24)

King 0-3 -- 3, Cain 8-4 -- 21, Rose 0-0 -- 0, Lotz 0-0 --0, Lewis 0-0 -- 0, Keen 0-0 --0, Ritter 0-0 -- 0, Price 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 8 FG, 7 FT.

NOBLE (57)

Judy 2-0 -- 4, Drewes 5-0 -- 10, Michels 4-0 -- 8, Taylor 9-1 -- 19, Reynolds 4-0 -- 8, Royse 0-1 -- 1, Lenear 1-2 -- 4, McKnelly 1-1 -- 3, Milburn 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 26 FG, 5 FT.

South Central           10      2      5     7    --    24

Noble                        20    15    18    4    --    57

3-point FG -- South Central 1 (Cain 1), Noble 0.

At Flora

Flora zipped out to a 26-6 opening quarter lead and never looked back in a Little Illini Conference victory over Cumberland.

The Wolves were led by Jones with 29 and Hout with 14. Cumberland was led by Kamisha Holsapple, a senior, with 22 points.

At Flora

CUMBERLAND (34)

Poe 0-0 -- 0, Holsapple 7-3 -- 22, Shull 1-0 -- 2, Willenborg 0-0 -- 0, Taylor 0-0 -- 0, Grissum 0-0 -- 0, Maxey 1-0 -- 2, Micah 4-0 -- 8. TOTALS 13 FG, 3 FT.

FLORA (67)

Levitt 2-2 -- 6, Carder 1-2 -- 5, Carro 1-0 -- 2, Allen 0-0 -- 0, Hout 6-2 -- 14, Bayles 3-0 -- 8, Jones 13-3 --29, Cox 1-1 -- 3. TOTALS 27 FG, 10 FT.

Cumberland           6      9      8    11    --    34

Flora                    26    12    13    16    --    67

3-point FG -- Cumberland 5 (Holsaplpe 5), Flora 3 (Bayles 2, Carder 1).

At Centralia

Centralia Christ Our Rock Lutheran claimed a 45-35 non-conference win over North Clay (Louisville).

Christ Our Rock jumped out to a 21-11 opening quarter lead then had to hold off a challenge by the Cardinals for the win. Geiger tallied 17 for the winners while Lyons chipped in with 11 and Maschenhott had 10.

North Clay was led by Kortney Stanfield with 18.

At Centralia

NORTH CLAY (35)

Walker 0-0 -- 0, Smith 2-2 -- 6, K. Stanfield 7-4 -- 18, Yeager 1-1 -- 3, Bible 0-1 -- 1, Lovett 1-0 -- 2, Hawkey 0-0 -- 0, Stanfield 2-1 -- 5. TOTALS 13 FG, 9 FT.

CORL (45)

Maschenholt 4-2 -- 10, Lyons 5-0 -- 11, Lape 0-1 -- 1, Fuehne 0-0 -- 0, Goodin 3-0 -- 6, Geiger 6-5 -- 17. TOTALS 18 FG, 8 FT.

North Clay       11    8      6    10    --    35

CORL               21    5    11      8    --    45

3-point FG -- North Clay 0, Christ Our Rock Lutheran 1 (Lyons 1).