Beecher City, Stew-Stras, C-H Claim NTC Wins; Area Roundup

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Published on January 9 2013 12:45 pm
Last Updated on January 9 2013 3:40 pm
Written by Millie Lange

BEECHER CITY -- Beecher City High School had three players score in double figures as the Eagles downed Brownstown 73-47 in National Trail Conference play Tuesday evening.

Doug Krueger tallied 22 while Donnie Riley had 17 and Brady Barnes 12. Krueger scored eight and Riley seven in the opening quarter 22-8 run. The Eagles held a 32-19 halftime lead and a 53-31 third period advantage.

Brownstown also had three players in double figures. Jacob Behrends scored 20, Matt Sefton and Austin Hunter had 10 each. The Bombers drop to 7-6 on the season.

At Beecher City

BROWNSTOWN (47)

J.  Sefton 0-0 -- 0, Matthews 0-0 -- 0, M. Sefton 2-6 -- 10, Hunter 3-3 -- 10, Behrends 7-4 -- 20, Lawson 0-0 -- 0, Frailey 0-3 -- 3, Oberlink 1-2 -- 4, Hall 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 13 FG, 18 FT.

BEECHER CITY (73)

Gardner 4-0 -- 8, Wills 0-0 -- 0, McKay 3-0 -- 7, Kenter 0-0 -- 0, Doty 1-0 -- 3, Bales 0-0 -- 0, Lagerhausen 0-0 -- 0, Gates 0-0 -- 0, Flick 0-0 -- 0, Riley 7-1 -- 17, Krueger 11-0 -- 22, Giles 1-0 -- 2, Barnes 4-4 -- 12, Harder 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 32 FG, 5 FT.

Brownstown              8    11    12    16    --    47

Beecher City            22    10    21    20    --    73

3-point FG -- Brownstown 3 (Hunter 1, Behrends 2), Beecher City 4 (McKay 1, Doty 1, Riley 2).

Junior Varsity  Game

Brownstown            4      5      4    11    --    24

Beecher City          11    15    13    13    --    52

Brownstown -- Rine 0, Oberlink 2, Matthews 8, J. Sefton 0, Lange 3, Philpot 2, Hall 7, McDowell 0, Brandt 2

Beecher City -- Westen 4, Carter 5, Austin 4, A. Bales 6, Lagerhausen 7, Rexroad 4, Kenter 0, Clark 1, Kemme 0, Stetanse 5, Barnes 0, Moeller 4, Harder 6, J. Lagerhausen 2, S. Lagerhausen 0, Arnold 4, Wachtel 0

At Windsor

Cowden-Herrick trailed Windsor throughout the opening half but came back to pull out a 50-32 National Trail Conference win.

Windsor led 14-9 after the opening quarter and 26-19 at halftime. The Hornets then had a 15-4 third period run and outscored the Blue Devils 16-2 in the final period.

Luke Moore tallied 18 for the winners while teammates Tyson Morgason and Colton Burrus scored nine each. Windsor was led by Alex Allen with 12.

At Windsor

COWDEN-HERRICK (50)

Moore 18, Morgason 9, Burrus 9, S. Barnes 6, Heiserman 5, Black 2, Schoonover 1,

WINDSOR (32)

Smith 2, Allen 12, Cole 3, Warner 12, Leasher 3

JUNIOR VARSITY GAME

Cowden-Herrick          24    10    15    16    --    65

Windsor                         6      5      6      5    --    22

Cowden-Herrick -- Burrus 21, D. Barnes 12, Black 8, Sandiford 6, Evans 6, Rhodes 5, Sphar 3, Lorton 2, Galvin 2 (players add up to 63 while 65 listed as final on scoresheet turned in)

Windsor -- Williams 8, Haddock 2, Smith 3, Blackburn 3, Elliott 3, Cox 2, Peadro 1

At Strasburg

Stewardson-Strasburg picked up a 55-32 National Trail Conference win over South Central.

The score was knotted after the first quarter, but the Comets led 25-21 at halftime. South Central managed only 11 points in the second half.

Leading the Comets were Justin Fulk with 16 and Brandon Helmuth with 13. Stew-Stras improves to 3-0 in the conference, 8-6 overall.

At Stew-Stras

SOUTH CENTRAL (32)

Harmeier 2-1 -- 7, Hablewitz 2-0 -- 4, Tharp 0-0 -- 0, Ratermann 0-0 -- 0, Rose 2-2 -- 7, Langley 0-0 -- 0, Schwarm 1-0 -- 2, Riley 0-2 -- 2, Peters 0-2 -- 2, Powless 0-8 -- 8. TOTALS 8 FG, 15 FT.

STEW-STRAS (55)

Fulk 7-7 -- 16, Helmuth 5-1 -- 13, Becker 4-1-- 9,  Fry 3-0 -- 8, Roley 2-0 -- 4, Bugger 1-1 -- 3, Helton 1-0 --2, Jones 0-0 -- 0, Blythe 0-0 -- 0, Rincker 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 23 FG, 5 FT.

South Central          15      6      7      4    --    32

Stew-Stras              15    10    20    10    --    55

3-point FG -- South Central 3 (Harmerier 2, Rose 1), Stewardson-Strasburg 4 (Helmuth 2, Fry 2).

At Mattoon

Devin Falbe came off the bench to score 19 points and lead Teutopolis to a 59-33 win over Mattoon.

The Wooden Shoes got off to a great start against the Green Wave with a 14-6 opening quarter run. Jared Waldhoff tallied four and Falbe five in the quarter.

T-town then held a 28-17 halftime lead as Falbe scored seven and Derek Smith five in the second period. The Shoes went on for a 31-16 second half run. Smith chipped in with 16 points, connecting on three trifectas in the contest as the Shoes hit six.

Mattoon was led by Grant Speer with 13.

At Mattoon

TEUTOPOLIS (59)

Smith 4-5 -- 16, Waldhoff 3-0 -- 6, Windell 1-0 -- 2, Will 2-0 -- 5, Hardiek 1-0 -- 2, Falbe 7-3 -- 19, Kenter 0-0 -- 0, Beck 1-0 -- 2, Schutlz 0-0 -- 0, Mette 0-1 -- 1, Sandschafer 0-0 -- 0, Pruemer 3-0 --6. TOTALS 22 FG, 9 FT.

MATTOON (33)

Pilson 1-2 -- 5, Price 0-0 -- 0, Chupp 0-0 -- 0, Vieth 0-0 -- 0, Speer 4-4 -- 13, B. Vieth 0-0 -- 0, Wetzel 4-0 -- 8, Kittell 2-0 -- 4, Sccott 1-1 -- 3, Raboin 0-0 -- 0, White 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 12 FG, 7FT.

Teutopolis          14    14    13    18    --    59

Mattoon               6    11      8      8    --    33

3-point FG -- Teutopolis 6 (Smith 3, Will 1, Falbe 2), Mattoon 2 (Pilson 1, Speer 1).

At Newton

Marshall edged Newton 51-50 in Little Illini Conference action Tuesday evening.

The Eagles jumped out to a 17-9 opening quarter lead and still held a 31-28 halftime lead. Marshall came back with an 11-7 third period run to pull ahead and held onto that lead through the final quarter.

Marshall hit 15 of 27 field goals and was nine of 15 at the line. Newton was 17 of 33 from the field and seven of 10 at the line.

Keegan Steele led Marshall with 15 and Taylor Mauerer added 12. Newton was led by Luke Stone with 15 points and eight rebounds, Dylan Davidson with 14 points and six assists and Keith Butler with 12 points and eight rebounds.

At Marshall

Newton          17    14      7    12    --    50

Marshall           9    19    11    12    --    51

Newton leaders -- Stone 15, Davidson 14, Butler 12

Marshall leaders -- Steele 15, Maurer 12

At Vandalia

Vandalia stepped out early and went on to down Altamont 58-36 in a non-conference contest.

The Vandals led 24-16 at halftime then had a 26-11 third period run. Wells tallied 17 and Harter 11 for the winners.

Altamont was led by Garrett Ziegler with 14 points.

At Vandalia

ALTAMONT (36)

Jackman 0-0 -- 0, Ziegler 5-2 -- 14, Goeckner 0-0 -- 0, McGinnis 1-2 -- 5, Celestino 0-0 --0, Hill 0-0 -- 0, Borders 0-2 -- 2,Seidel 2-3 -- 5, Drone 0-0 -- 0, Kuhns 3-0 -- 6, Mayhaus 1-0 -- 2, Jahraus 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 13 FG, 9 FT.

VANDALIA (58)

Cowger 2-0 -- 4, Harre 0-0 -- 0, Hestleroad 0-2 -- 2, Bowen 0-0 -- 0, Ritchey 2-4 -- 8, Harter 5-1 -- 11, Godoyo 3-2 -- 8, Ledbetter 0-0 -- 0, Smith 0-0 -- 0, Shulman 0-0 -- 0, Craycroft 0-0 -- 0, Woolsey 1-0 -- 2, Wells 8-1 -- 17, Hollinshead 0-0 -- 0, Woolsey 2-2 -- 6. TOTALS 23 FG, 12 FT.

Altamont            6    10    11    9    --    36

Vandalia           12    12    26    8    --    58

3-point FG -- Vandalia 0, Altamont 1 (Ziegler 1).

Junior Varsity Game

Altamont 47, Vandalia 33

Altamont -- Jackman 11, Goeckner 6, Caravello 2, Mcginnis 8, Odar 4, Seidel 8, Borders 4, Drone 4

Vandalia -- Nesteroad 3, Harre 7, Ledbetter 2, Smith 8, Craycroft 4, Bower 3, Hollinshead 4,  Woolsey 2

At Ramsey

St. Elmo blasted Ramsey 51-14. The Eagles held a 28-5 halftime lead and never looked back in this one.

Two players hit double figures for the winners. Levi Maxey tallied 16 and Connor Beasley 15. Bealsey and Garrett Bartels pulled down seven rebounds each. Bartels had five assists. Beasley added two blocks.

At Ramsey

ST. ELMO (51)

L. Maxey 16, Beasley 15, Bartels 6, M. Maxey 5, Wells 3, Hardimon 3, Bauer 2, Smithson 1, Brady 0, Davis 0, Pasley 0, Noll 0

RAMSEY (14)

Cunningham 4, Knisley 4, Kelly 4, Wesselman 2, Lay 0, Hunt 0, Black 0, Hunt 0, Reiss 0, Adermann 0, Camez 0, Webb 0, Casey 0

St. Elmo          12    16    8    15    --    51

Ramsey            2      3    2      7    --    14

At Louisville

Woodlawn handed North Clay (Louisville) a 65-31 loss in Midland Trail Conference play.

Woodlawn trailed North Clay 11-6 after the opening period but came roaring back with a 22-6 second period run to lead 28-17 at halftime. Woodlawn then outscored the Cardinals 37-14 in the second half.

G. Owens tallied 19 and Isaac 16 for the winners. North Clay was led by Nathan Micklautz with 10.

At Louisville

WOODLAWN (65)

G. Owens 7-0 -- 19,  Hapeman 4-0 -- 8, Harlow 2-2 -- 7, Isaac 7-2 -- 16, Kennedy 3-0 -- 6, Coleman 0-0 -- 0, Robinson 2-2 -- 6, Phelps 1-1 -- 3, R. Owens 0-0 -- 0, Wollerman 0-0 -- 0, Hodge 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 26 FG, 7 FT.

NORTH CLAY (31)

Hildebrand 0-3 -- 3, Micklautz 4-0 -- 10, Britton 0-0 -- 0, Yoho 1-2 -- 4, Walker 2-3 -- 9, Ko. VanDyke 1-1 -- 3, Rinehart 0-0 -- 0, Worthey 0-0 -- 0, Young 0-0 -- 0, Cruse 0-0 -- 0, Griffy 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 9 FG, 9 FT.

Woodlawn            6    22    17    20    --    65

North Clay          11      6      9      5    --    31

3-point FG -- Woodlawn 6 (G. Owens 5, Harlow 1), North Clay 4 (Micklautz 2, Walker 2).

Junior Varsity Game

Woodlawn          16    14    13    14    --    57

North Clay          15      5    11      2    --    33

Woodlawn -- Phelps 2, Robinson 16, Wollerman 11, Richardson 0, Renard 6, Arnold 0, Sanders 4, Owens 7, Harris 3, Ballard 6, Garrison 0, Minks 2

North Clay -- Ko. VanDyke 12,  Brantly 6, Boyd 8, Kl. VanDyke 0, Hartsey 0, Worthey 0, Young 7, Coble 0, Warren 0, Healy 0, Cooper 0, Bible 0, Cruse 0, Lucas 0

At Flora

Flora handed Cumberland a 57-46 loss in Little Illini Conference action. The loss was the 14th straight for the Pirates who drop to 2-17.

Flora led 34-26 at hafltime then had a 23-20 second half edge. The Wolves were led by Leib with 16, Pearce with 14 and Shehorn with 14. Cumberland was led by Trevor Brumleve, a 6-foot-2 senior, with 16.

At Flora

CUMBERLAND (46)

Kuhn 0-0 -- 0, Brumleve 5-2 -- 16, Ingram 3-3 -- 9, Brumleve 4-0 -- 8, Bauguss 0-2 -- 2, Wolke 3-0 -- 6, Napier 2-0 -- 5, Cutts 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 17 FG, 7 FT.

FLORA (57)

Pearce 5-2 -- 14, Thomas 1-2 -- 4, Walden 0-2 -- 2, Leib 7-3 -- 16, Moore 0-0 -- 0, Taylor 3-0 -- 7, Shehorn 6-2 -- 14. TOTALS 22 FG, 10 FT.

Cumberland          14    12    11      9    --    46

Flora                     22    12    13    10    --    57

3-point FG -- Cumberland 5 (T. Brumleve 4, Napier 1), Flora 3 (Pearce 2, Taylor 1).