EHS Downs Olney; Area Boys Roundup

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Published on February 6 2013 12:57 pm
Last Updated on February 6 2013 5:13 pm
Written by Millie Lange

OLNEY -- Effingham High School traveled to Olney and captured a 51-39 boys basketball victory Tuesday evening.

It was raining three's in the opening quarter as the Hearts hit six field goals, five of those from trifecta land. Alex Carie nailed four three-pointers in the opening quarter and tallied another one in the second period for 15 points. Leighton Lark scored five points in the opening quarter, one of those was a three, and finished with 22 points to lead EHS.

Olney was led by Evan Eagleson with 13 points.

The Hearts return to action Friday in Apollo Conference play at Mount Zion.

At Olney

EFFINGHAM (51)

Carie 5-0 -- 15, Mahaffey 0-0 -- 0, Lark 10-1 -- 22, Frey 1-0 -- 2, Ja. Stombaugh 1-0 -- 2, Keith 0-0 -- 0, Jo. Stombaugh 1-0 -- 2, Williamson 4-0 -- 8. TOTALS 22 FG, 1 FT.

OLNEY (39)

Madden 3-5 -- 11, St. Pierre 1-2 -- 4, R. Eagleson 0-0 -- 0, Ev. Eagleson 2-8 -- 13, Nohren 1-3 -- 5, Et. Eagleson 0-0 -- 0, Dobbs 2-0 -- 6, Hahan 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 9 FG, 18 FT.

Effingham          17    13    11    10    --    51

Olney                   7    13      7    12    --    39

3-point FG -- Effingham 6 (Carie 5, Lark 1), OIlney 3 (Ev. Eagleson 1, Dobbs 2).

Junior Varsity Game

Effingham          14    13    20    15    --    62

Olney                   0      6    11    13    --    30

Effingham -- M. Carie 4, Bone 4, Robinson 4, Hayes 2, Wohltman 6, Mahaffey 8, A. Knight 5, P. Knight 4, Daugherty 2, Niebrugge 6, Arndt 2, Foreman 15

Olney -- Wendling 0, Ma. Devenecia 0, Mi. Devenecia 6, Houchin 4, Wyatt 7, Berry 3, Stallard 0, Bettis 8, Wesner 2, Busher 0

At Vandalia

Teutopolis stepped out to a 17-6 opening quarter lead but Vandalia came back within 25-18 at halftime. The Wooden Shoes then ripped off a 28-11 third period lead and never looked back.

Four players connected in double figures for the Shoes. Leading the way was Kyle Pruemer with 18. Jared Waldhoff added 15, Derek Smith 11 and Cody Will 10. The Wooden Shoes improve to 22-3 on the season.

At Vandalia

TEUTOPOLIS (75)

Ungrund 0-0 -- 0, Smith 4-1 -- 11, Waldhoff 6-2 -- 15, Windell 2-0 -- 4, Will 4-0 -- 10, Hardiek 1-0 -- 2, Falbe 3-0 -- 6, Goedde 0-0 -- 0, Kenter 1-0 -- 3, Niemerg 0-0 -- 0, Schultz 1-0 -- 2, Mette 2-0 -- 4, Sandwschafer 0-0 -- 0, Pruemer 9-0 -- 18. TOTALS 33 FG, 3 FT.

VANDALIA (47)

Cowger 2-2 -- 6, Harre 1-0 -- 3, Nestleroad 1-0 -- 2 ,Bowen 1-0 -- 2, Harter 3-0 -- 7, Godoyo 4-1 -- 9, Ledbetter 0-0 -- 0, Smith 0-0 -- 0, Shulman 0-0 -- 0, Craycroft 0-0 -- 0, Co. Woolsey 1-1 -- 3, Wells 2-0 -- 4, Ch. Woolsey 5-0 -- 11. TOTALS 20 FG, 4 FT.

Teutopolis          17      8    28    22    --    75

Vandalia               6    12    11    18    --    47

3-point FG -- Teutopolis 6 (Smith 2, Waldhoff 1, Will 2, Kenter 1), Vandalia 3 (Harre 1, Harter 1, Ch. Woolsey 1).

At St. Elmo

St. Elmo and Centralia Christ Our Rock Lutheran played to a 12-12 opening quarter tie and a 24-24 halftime tie. St. Elmo edged ahead 34-33 going into the final period then had an 11-4 final quarter run to pull out a 45-37 win.

Connor Beasley led the Eagles with 18 points while Levi Maxey chipped in with 12.

At St. Elmo

CHRIST OUR ROCK LUTHERAN (37)

Burmister 6-2 -- 14, Mueller 3-1 -- 8, Hahn 3-0 -- 7, Klockenga 3-0 -- 6, Boehne 0-0 -- 0, Garrison 0-0 -- 0, Krenz 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 16 FG, 3 FT.

ST. ELMO (45)

Bartels 3-2 -- 8, Brady 0-0 -- 0, Beasley 6-6 -- 18,  M. Maxey 0-0 -- 0, Wells 0-0 -- 0, L. Maxey 2-7 -- 12, Smithson 2-1 -- 5, Davis 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 14 FG, 16 FT.

Christ Our Rock          12    12      9      4    --    37

St. Elmo                      12    12    10    11    --    45

3-point FG -- Christ Our Rock Lutheran 2 (MUeller 1, Hahn 1), St. Elmo 1 (L. Maxey 1).

At Strasburg

Stewardson-Strasburg fell to a tough Pana squad 68-47 in a non-conference matchup.

The Panthers held only a 29-22 halftime lead then had a 20-11 third quarter run to put the contest away. Pana was led by Dylan Hudlin with 17 and Raustin Zahradke with 14.

Stew-Stras was led by Justin Fulk with 22 and Jason Fry with 10.

At Stew-Stras

PANA (68)

Rybolt 1-0 -- 3, Kirk 2-0 -- 4, McLeod 0-0 -- 0, Miller 1-0 -- 3, Beesan 0-0 -- 0, Metzger 1-1 -- 3, Gibson 1-4 -- 7, Trexler 0-1 -- 1, Gatons 1-0 -- 2, Kircher 0-0 -- 0, Zahradke 3-8 -- 14, Hester 5-2 -- 12, Clark 1-0 -- 2, Hudlin 6-2 -- 17. TOTALS 22 FG, 18 FT.

STEW-STRAS (47)

Blythe 0-0 -- 0, Rincker 0-0 -- 0, Helton 2-0 -- 4, Roley 2-0 -- 4, Becker 2-1 -- 5, Vonderheide 0-0 -- 0, Bugger 0-0 -- 0, Luce 1-0 -- 2, Fry 4-2 -- 10, Fulk 8-6 -- 22. TOTALS 19 FG, 9 FT.

Pana                     12    17    20    19    --    68

Stew-Stras          10    12    11    14    --    47

3-point FG -- Pana 6 (Rybolt 1, Miller 1, Gibson 1, Hudlin 3), Stew-Stras 0.

At Brownstown

The Bombers of Brownstown had a one-two scoring punch in Jacob Behrends and Austin Hunter Tuesday evening.

Behrends tallied 19 points and Hunter 18 as Brownstown defeated Ramsey 61-50. Brownstown held a 27-22 halftime lead then had a 34-28 second half run. Also in double figures was Matt Sefton with 13.

The Bombers connected on 24 of 29 free throws.

At Brownstown

RAMSEY (50)

Lay 0-0 -- 0, Hunt 0-0 -- 0, Knisley 5-4 -- 14, Kelly 1-0 -- 3, Aderman 0-0 -- 0, Black 1-1 -- 3, Webb 0-0 -- 0, Pryor 6-1 -- 16, Co. Hunt 2-2 -- 6, Casey 0-0 -- 0, Wesselman 3-0 -- 6, Cunningham 1-0 -- 2, Gamez 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 19 FG, 8 FT.

BROWNSTOWN (61)

Matthews 0-0 -- 0, M. Sefton 3-7 -- 13, Hunter 7-4 -- 18, Behrends 7-2 -- 19, Lawson 0-2 -- 2, Frailey 0-2 -- 2, Oberlink 0-7 -- 7, Hall 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 17 FG, 24 FT.

Ramsey                   8    14    15    13    --    50

Brownstown          12    15      9    25    --    61

3-point FG -- Ramsey 4 (Pryor 3, Kelly 1), Brownstown 3 (Behrends 3).

Junior Varsity Game

Ramsey                 4    8    10    11    --    33

Brownstown          4    7       3      5    --    19

Ramsey -- Lay 3, Hunt 6, Camez 8, Reiss 0, Adermann 9, Knisley 0, Wesserman 6, Casey 1

Brownstown -- Rine 2, Oberlink 7, J. Sefton 2, Matthews 2, Philpot 0, Hall 6, McDowell 0

At Neoga

Altamont came calling at Neoga and picked up a 51-40 National Trail Conference victory.

Neoga took a 13-10 opening quarter lead but Altamont came back for a 19-17 halftime tally. Altamont then had a 17-9 third period run.

Garrett Ziegler led Altamont with 21 points while Ryan Mayhaus added 10. Neoga was led by Jake Baker with 10.

At Neoga

ALTAMONT (51)

Ziegler 6-6 -- 21, Goeckner 0-1 -- 1, McGinnis 0-0 -- 0, Seidel 0-0 -- 0, Hill 1-0 -- 2, Borders 2-2 -- 7, Kuhns 1-3 -- 5, Mayhaus 4-2 -- 10, Jahraus 1-2 -- 5. TOTALS 15  FG, 16 FT.

NEOGA (40)

Maroon 3-2 -- 9, Krikie 3-0 -- 7, Moore 0-1 -- 1, J. Baker 4-2 -- 10, Kersey 1-1 -- 3, M. Baker 2-0 -- 4, Walk 3-0 -- 6. TOTALS 16 FG, 6 FT.

Altamont          10    9    17    15    --    51

Neoga              13    4      9    14    --    40

3-point FG -- Altamont 5 (Ziegler 3, Borders 1, Jahraus 1, Neoga 2 (Maroon 1, Krikie 1)

Junior Varsity Game

Altamont          14    12    11    10    --    47

Neoga                 6      7    10    11    --    34

Altamont -- Jackman 7, McGinnis 4, Oder 2, Seidel 6, Borders 10, Drone 7, Kuhns 4, Wolff 0, Jahraus 7, Winn 0

Neoga -- Abernathy 1, L. Baker 4, Atwell 4, Aleshire 8, Moore 6, C. Kersey 8, R. Kersey 3, Walk 0

At Cowden

Cowden-Herrick bounced Mulberry Grove 71-41. The Hornets stepped out to a 22-9 opening quarter lead and led 37-18 at halftime.

Ethan Schoonover led three players in double figures with 17 points. Tyson Morgason and Colton Burrus had 15 points each. Luke Moore led in rebounds with 10. Caleb Heiserman had four steals.

At Cowden

MULBERRY GROVE (41)

Latham 2-1 -- 6, Miller 2-0 -- 4, Redfern 0-0 -- 0, Williamson 4-0 -- 8, Crisman 1-0 -- 2, Criner 0-0 -- 0, James 2-0 -- 4, Nelson 0-0 -- 0, Phillips 1-0 -- 2, Street 5-2 -- 12, Steiner 1-0 -- 3. TOTALS 18 FG, 3 FT.

COWDEN-HERRICK (71)

Heiserman 3-3 -- 9, Moore 1-1 -- 3, Burrus 7-0 -- 15, S. Barnes 2-0 -- 4, Morgason 6-0 -- 15, Schoonover 7-0 -- 17, D. Barnes 2-0 -- 4, Miller 1-0 -- 2, Black 1-0 -- 2. TOTALS 30 FG, 4 FT.

Mulberry Grove              9      9    10    13    --    41

Cowden-Herrick           22    15    20    14    --    71

3-point FG -- Mulberry Grove 2 (Lathamn 1, Steiner 1), Cowden-Herrick 7 (Morgason 3, Schoonover 3, Burrus 1).

Junior Varsity Game

Mulberry  Grove            8    12    17    15    --    52

Cowden-Herrick          11    15    17    14    --    57

Mulberry Grove -- Iberg 2, Redfern 9, Criner 22, James 19

Cowden-Herrick -- Black 12, D. Barnes 12, Sandiford 11, Rhodes 10, Lrotn 10, Galvin 2

At Charleston

Newton connected on 28 of 44 field goals and was five of seven at the line in downing Charleston 70-47.

The Eagles led 34-19 at halftime and never looked back. Luke Stone scored 26 points while Dylan Johnson added 17, Dylan Davidson 12 and Keith Butler 10. Butler led in rebounds with 12 while Davidson had six rebounds and seven assists.

At Charleston

NEWTON (70)

Johns 7-2 -- 17, Davidson 4-3 -- 12, Shipman 1-0 -- 3, Stone 13-0 -- 26, Bigard 1-0 -- 2,  Butler 5-0 -- 10, Lidy 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 31 FG, 5 FT.

CHARLESTON (47)

Gowin 3-1 -- 8, Heilman 4-0 -- 10, Winnet 6-1 -- 13, Steidl 2-1 -- 5, E. Miller 1-1 -- 3, N. Miller 1-3 -- 5, McInerney 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 17 FG, 10 FT.

Newton                20    14    26    10    --    70

Charleston           12      7    18    10    --    47

3-point FG -- Newton 3 (Shipman 1, Davidson 1, Johnson 1), Charleston 3 (Heilman 2, Gowin 1).

At Dieterich

Dieterich trounced Windsor to the tune of 74-36 in National Trail Conference action.

The Maroons grabbed a 32-2 opening quarter lead and that was the game. Dalton Hinterscher led the way with 26 points. Brandon Westjohn chipped in with 12 points and Jake Bohnhoff tallied 10. Hinterscher connected on six three-pointers in the game.

Windsor was led by Hayden Cole with 13.

At Dieterich

WINDSOR (36)

Smith 0-0 -- 0, Allen 2-4 -- 9, Cole 4-4 -- 13, Warner 0-4 -- 4, Leasher 1-2 -- 4, Smith 0-0 -- 0, Tilford 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 9 FG, 15 FT.  (Players add up to 30 while 36 listed as final)

DIETERICH (74)

Hinterscher 10-0 -- 26, Traub 2-0 -- 5,  Bushue 2-0 -- 4, Campbell 0-0 -- 0, Bohnhoff 4-1 -- 10, Gephart 0-0 -- 0, L. Niemerg 1-1 -- 3, Aherin 3-1 -- 7. Westjohn 6-0 -- 12, T. Niemerg 2-1 -- 5, Mellendorf 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 30 FG, 4 FT. (Players add up to 72 while 74 listed as final)

Windsor              2      7      9    18    --    36

Dieterich           32    15    22      5    --    74

3-point FG -- Windsor 3 (Allen 1, Haddock 1, Cole 1), Dieterich 8 (Hinterscher 6, Traub 1, Bohnhoff 1).

At Bluford

North Clay (Louisville) picked up a Midland Trail Conference win over Webber Township (Bluford) 42-35.

The Cardinals connected on three trifectas in the opening quarter to take a 14-12 lead. North Clay then led 26-23 at halftime and 36-33 going into the final period where they had a 6-2 edge.

The Cardinals hit six three-pointers in the game. Lawson Britton tallied 15 and Nathan Micklautz 13 in the win.

At Bluford

NORTH CLAY (42)

Micklautz 4-4 -- 13, Britton 6-0 -- 15, Yoho 3-0 -- 7, Walker 2-0 -- 5, VanDyke 1-0 -- 2, Rubsam 0-0 -- 0, Cox 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 16 FG, 4 FT.

WEBBER TOWNSHIP (35)

Austin 0-0 -- 0, ODell 1-0 -- 2, Welch 0-0 -- 0, Henderson 7-5 -- 20, Ayot 0-0 -- 0, Dye 2-0 -- 5, Massee 1-0 -- 2, Dickey 2-2 -- 6. TOTALS 13 FG, 7 FT.

North Clay                      14    12    10    6    --    42

Webber Township          12    11    10    2    --    35

3-point FG -- North Clay 6 (Micklautz 1, Britton 3, Yoho 1, Walker 1), Webber Township 2 (Henderson 1, Dye 1).

Junior Varsity Game

North Clay                      11    7    9    20    --    47

Webber Township            6    5    3      9    --    23

North Clay -- Cox 10, Griffy 8, Hartsey 2, VanDyke 3, Worthey 3, Young 6, Rinehart 12, Cruise 3

Webber Township -- Johnson 0, Welch 7, Gowler 0, Hammer 8, Moser 6, Austin 0, Long 0, Smith 0, Karch 2, Parcell 0

At Patoka

Beecher City edged Patoka 61-58 in varsity action Tuesday evening.

Brady Barnes and Doug Krueger were the catalysts for the Eagles. Barnes tallied 23 points and Krueger 20. Donovan Riley led in rebounds with six. Krueger had five steals while Blake McKay had four.

 At Patoka

Beecher City -- Gardner 8, McKay 2, Doty 3, Bales 0, Gates 0, Flick 0,  Riley 5, Krueger 20, Barnes 23