St. A, T-town, CHBC, Newton Score Girls Victories

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Published on January 22 2013 12:54 pm
Last Updated on January 22 2013 2:08 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham St. Anthony High School traveled to South Central and blasted the Cougars 63-7 in girls basketball competition Monday evening.

The Bulldogs stepped out to a 22-5 opening quarter lead behind the scoring of Makayla Walsh, a 5-foot-6 junior, with nine points. The Bulldogs then held South Central scoreless over the next two quarters to lead 54-5.

Nine players scored for St. Anthony with Walsh the only player in double digits with 17. Scoring eight points each were Melissa Bushur, Lauren Wendt and Hunter Niebrugge. The Bulldogs improve to 3-2 in the National Trail Conference, 15-9 overall.

At Farina

ST. ANTHONY (63)

Brown 2-1 -- 5, Gardewine 1-0 -- 2, L. Niebrugge 2-1 -- 5, Bushur 4-0 -- 8, Schmidt 0-0 -- 0, Wendt 3-2 -- 8, Mumm 1-0 -- 2, Nuxoll 1-0 -- 2, McDevitt 0-0 -- 0, Richards 2-1 -- 6, Walsh 7-1 -- 17, Dust 0-0 -- 0, H. Niebrugge 2-4 -- 8. TOTALS 25 FG, 10 FT.

SOUTH CENTRAL (7)

King 1-1 -- 3, Rose 0-0 -- 0, Lotz 0-0 -- 0, Lewis 0-0 --0l Keen 1-0 -- 2, Ritter 0-0 -- 0, Cain 1-0 -- 2, Price 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 3 FG, 1 FT.

St. Anthony             22    16    16    9    --    63

South Central            5      0      0    2    --      7

3-point FG -- St. Anthony 3 (Richards 1, Walsh 2), South Central 0.

At Mattoon

The score was knotted at 20-20 at halftime. Teutopolis then came out with a 12-4 third quarter run as six different players each connected on a basket. From there, the Wooden Shoes had a 16-9 final quarter charge to pull out a 48-33 victory.

Two players hit double digits for T-town. Madeline Hartke led the way with 12 points while Jessica Schumacher added 10. Allie Diltz led the Green Wave with 10 points. Hartke pulled down nine rebounds and had two steals. Cierra Thompson led in steals with four. Haley Giles led in assists with three and blocks with four.

At Mattoon

TEUTOPOLIS (48)

Schumacher 3-4 -- 10, Hardiek 2-2 -- 6, Repking 2-4 -- 8, Giles 1-0 -- 2, A. Hartke 1-0 -- 2, Thompson 3-1 -- 8, M. Hartke 5-2 -- 12. TOTALS 17 FG, 13  FT.

MATTOON (33)

Smith 3-1 -- 8, Diltz 4-0 -- 10, Considine 1-0 -- 3, Butler 1-0 -- 3,  Fisher 1-0 -- 3, Phipps 1-0 -- 2,  Bath 2-0 -- 4, Thompson 0-0 -- 0,  Raboin 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 13 FG, 1 FT.

Teutopolis          7    13    12    16    --    48

Mattoon             7    13      4      9    --    33

3-point FG -- Teutopolis 1 (Thompson 1), Mattoon 6 (Smith 1, Diltz 2, Considine 1, Butler 1, Fisher 1)

Junior Varsity Game

Teutopolis            6    11    11    12    --    40

Mattoon             11      7      4    16    --    38

At Neoga

Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City claimed a National Trail Conference win over Neoga, 60-40.

CHBC had big scoring quarters in the second and third, outdistancing the Indians 18-8 in the second and 16-8 in the third.

Ava Paruleski led the Hornets with 25 points, connecting on five three-pointers, while Micah Jones had a double-double with 21 points and 15 rebounds. Neoga was led by Jillian Deters with 13 and  E.C. Thies with 12.

The Hornets improve to 4-0 in the NTC with two games to go against St. Elmo/Brownstown and Dieterich. CHBC is 15-5 overall. The Hornets play host to North Clay (Louisville) tonight.

At Neoga

CHBC (60)

Jones 8-5 -- 21, Miller 1-0 -- 2, A. Riley 3-2 -- 8, Paruleski 8-4 -- 25, Herrmann 0-2 -- 2, Hilt 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 21 FG, 13  FT.

NEOGA (40)

Butler 3-0 -- 7, Ott 2-0 -- 4, Thies 5-0 -- 12, Deters 5-1 -- 13, Roderick 2-0 -- 4, Deters 0-0 -- 0, Partlow 0-0 -- 0, Buening 0-0 -- 0, Struthers 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 17 FG, 1 FT.

CHBC          18    18    16    8    --    60

Neoga         16      8      8    8    --    40

3-point FG -- CHBC 5 (Paruleski 5),  Neoga 5 (Butler 1, Thies 2, J. Deters 2).

At Toledo

Cumberland played host to Marshall in Little Illini Conference action and fell to the Lions 71-44.

Marshall stepped out to a 27-6 opening quarter lead and led 45-18 at halftime. Keim tallied 32 points for the winners while Grooms added 16 and Thompson 10.

Cumberland was led by Kamisha Holsapple with 19 points. The Pirates drop to 2-7 in the LIC, 3-19 overall.

At Toledo

MARSHALL (71)

Switzer 2-1 -- 5, Lay 0-0 -- 0, Carter 0-0 -- 0, Boyer 1-0 -- 2, Keim 11-0 -- 32, Kile 0-0 -- 0, Thopmson 3-2 -- 10, Murphy 0-0 -- 0, Grooms 5-6 -- 16, Bender 0-0 -- 0, Kuhn 2-0 -- 4, Gorrell 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 25 FG, 9 FT.

CUMBERLAND (44)

Poe 0-0 -- 0, Willenborg 0-0 -- 0, Casey 2-0 -- 4,  Holsapple 4-10 -- 19, Seibert 4-0 -- 8, Layotn 2-0 -- 4, Shull 4-1 -- 9. TOTALS 16 FG, 11 FT.

Marshall                27    18    18      8    --    71

Cumberland            6    12      6    20    --    44

3-point FG -- Marshall 12 (Thompson 2, Keim 10), Cumberland 1 (Holsapple 1).

At Lawrenceville

Newton edged out to a 14-10 opening quarter lead and led 30-15 at halftime then had an 18-8 third period run to win 56-35 in Little Illini Conference action.

The Eagles' Morgan Swingler tallied 18 points while Carly Niebrugge added 12 and Megan Jansen 10. Amy Bierman, Tara Wirth and Niebrugge led in rebounds with seven each.

The Eagles improve to 7-2 in the conference, 17-8 overall. They'll be back in action Thursday hosting Flora in Pack the Place and Senior Night activities.

At Lawrenceville

NEWTON (56)

Swingler 7-3 -- 18, Niebrugge 5-0 -- 12, Jansen 5-0 -- 10, Wirth 2-1 -- 5, Stewart 2-0 -- 4, Probst 1-0 -- 2, Bierman 1-0 -- 2, Will 1-0 -- 2, Cartright 0-1 -- 1. TOTALS 24 FG, 5 FT.

LAWRENCEVILLE (35)

Kelly 5-2 -- 12, Osmon 5-2 -- 12, Higginbotham 2-0 -- 4, Ferrell 1-2 -- 4, Mefford 1-0 -- 2, Robinson 0-1 -- 1. TOTALS 14 FG, 7 FT.

Newton                   14    16    18      8    --    56

Lawrenceville          10      5      8    12    --    35

3-point FG -- Newton 3 (Swingler 1, Niebrugge 2), Lawrenceville 0.

Junior Varsity Game

Lawrenceville          2    6    4    4    --    16

Newton                    9    2    6    8    --    25

Lawrenceville -- Ferrell 7, Robinson 3, Walker 2, Andrews 2, Higginbotham 2

Newton -- Stewart 9, Kerner 8, Cartright 6, Will 2