Schuette Reaches 1,000-Point Mark on Senior Night; Hearts Win Apollo Outright; Other Friday Night Basketball Results

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Published on February 16 2013 12:47 am
Last Updated on February 18 2013 9:42 pm
Written by Greg Sapp

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The Casey-Westfield Warriors downed the St. Anthony Bulldogs 74-61 in high school basketball action Friday before a Senior Night crowd at the Enlow Center.  The contest was heard on 979XFM and www.979xfm.com. 

The game started well for the Bulldogs as they pulled out to an eight-point first quarter lead, but the Warriors' relentless three-point attack allowed them to move ahead 19-17 at the end of the period.  Casey-Westfield was up 41-33 at halftime and 58-44 after three quarters before St. Anthony outscored the Warriors 17-16 in the final period.

Casey-Westfield made 54% of its shots from the field, 27 of 50, and also hit 12 of 14 foul shots.  The Warriors turned the ball over 16 times and grabbed 25 rebounds while making eight of 20 three-point tries.

The Bulldogs made 46% of its shots, 26 of 56, and made seven of 12 from the line.  St. Anthony committed 12 turnovers, but just five in the second half and only one in the fourth quarter.  St. Anthony grabbed 23 rebounds and made two of seven three-point attempts.

The Bulldogs were paced by Jacob Schuette, who scored 25 points including his 1,000th career point.  Schuette is at 1,009 points heading into the post-season.  Neil Williams scored 11 points for the Bulldogs and Charlie Schultz scored 10 points and racked up 10 assists.  Also for St. Anthony: Zach Gardewine five, Jason Vogel four, and Alex Hoelscher, Connor Greene and Derek Rios two each.

Brandon Wolfe with 22 and Trivette Scales with 20 points led the Casey-Westfield attack while Zack Murphy added 17 points and Matt McCown 10 points.

St. Anthony finished the regular season with an 11-18 record while Casey-Westfield heads into the post-season with a 19-6 mark.

The Bulldogs honored senior band members, cheerleaders and Bellettes as well as senior basketball players Jacob Schuette, Charlie Schultz, Jason Vogel, Patrick Martelli and Logan Rogers.

A one-minute collection between the first and second quarters by St. Anthony graduates attending Lakeview School of Nursing raised $758 for the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

Casey-Westfield won the JV game 51-44.  Matt Gibson scored 11 points for the JV Bulldogs while Nick Grunloh and Derek Rios added nine points each in the final JV contest of the season.

St. Anthony begins post-season play Monday at 6pm at the Hillsboro 2A Regional taking on the Greenville Comets.  Hear the game on 979XFM and www.979xfm.com. 

(ST. ANTHONY'S JACOB SCHUETTE HITS A BASKET FOR HIS 1,000TH CAREER POINT...thanks to Kevin Palmer for the photo)

IN OTHER FRIDAY NIGHT HOOPS ACTION...

Effingham 69, Salem 29 (the Hearts captured the Apollo Conference championship outright with a win over the Wildcats, finishing the conference season at 9-1; Effingham held a 20-5 lead after the first quarter and continued to pull away, up 35-11 at halfime and 54-20 after three quarters before posting a 15-9 fourth quarter edge; Jake Stombaugh with 18 points and Leighton Lark with 16 points paced the Hearts' attack; also for Effingham: Josh Stombaugh nine, Hunter Keith five, Isaac Foreman and Tim Gardewine four points each, Phil Knight three, and Kennan Mahaffey, Marcus Robinson, Kevin Daugherty, Trent Frey and Kyle Niebrugge two points each; the Hearts improved to 19-6 on the season with regular season home games set for Tuesday against Mt. Vernon and Friday for Senior Night against Mahomet-Seymour; Effingham won the JV game 69-35; Phil Knight led the JV Hearts with 19 points; also for the JV Hearts: Marcus Robinson nine, Kennan Mahaffey, Andrew Knight and Isaac Foreman eight each, Kyle Niebrugge seven, Michael Carie six and Kevin Daugherty four points)

Teutopolis 72, Madison 47 (The Wooden Shoes broke open a close game in the second half, outscoring Madison 41-24 after intermission; Derek Smith led the Wooden Shoes with 20 points while Devin Falbe scored 12 and Cody Will 11 points; also for Teutopolis: Reed Hardiek nine, Kyle Pruemer eight, and John Ungrund, Jared Waldhoff, Tyler Windell, Rourke Schultz, Brett Mette and Ryan Sandschafer two apiece; Teutopolis closed the regular season with a 24-3 record and are next in action Wednesday at the Hillsboro 2A Regional against the winner of Monday night's St. Anthony/Greenville game; Teutopolis won the JV game 59-46 to finish the season with a 14-2 record)

Altamont 67, Stewardson-Strasburg 53 (in claiming a share of the National Trail Conference regular season crown, the Indians featured a balanced attack, as Ryan Mayhaus scored 15 points, Garrett Ziegler and Jon Kuhns 13 each and Aaron Goeckner 11 points; also for Altamont: Justin McGinnis and Jake Seidel five each, Cole Borders three, and Logan Hill two points; for Stewardson-Strasburg, Justin Fulk led the way with 16 points and Jason Fry with 11; also for Stew-Stras: Ben Helton and Jonathan Luce six each, Christian Vonderheide five, Jason Becker four, Brandon Helmuth three and Dylan Roley two points; Altamont won the JV game 72-33; for the Altamont JV: Klaiton Wolff 17, Shawn Drone 10, Derek Jahraus nine, Matt Kuhns eight, Cole Borders and Justin McGinnis seven each, Griffin Jackman five, Thomas Caravello four, Vitor Celestino and Ben Kuhns two each and Jake Seidel one point; for the Stew-Stras JV: Mark Jones 15, Ted Kessler eight, Zach Reed four, Austin Rincker three, Bryse Bugger two, and Aaron Blythe one point).

At Stew-Stras

ALTAMONT (67)

Ziegler 5-3 -- 13, Goeckner 5-2 -- 12, McGinnis 2-1 -- 5, Seidel 2-1 -- 5, Hill 0-1 -- 1,  Borders 1-0 -- 3, Kuhns 4-5 -- 13, Mayhaus 4-7 -- 15, Jahraus 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 23 FG, 20 FT.

STEW-STRAS (53)

Helmuth 0-3 -- 3, Rincker 0-0 -- 0, Helton 3-0 -- 6, Roley 1-0 -- 2,  Becker 2-0 -- 4, Vonderheide 1-2 -- 5,  Luce 3-0 -- 6, Fry 2-7 -- 11, Fulk 7-2 -- 16. TOTALS 19 FG, 14 FT.

Altamont              13    12    25    17    --    67

Stew-Stras          14      9    12    18    --    53

3-point FG -- Altamont 1 (Borders 1), Stew-Stras 1 (Vonderheide 1).

Junior Varsity Game

Altamont             21      9    23    19    --    72

Stew-Stras            9    14      5      5    --    33

Altamont -- Jackman 5, Caravello 4, McGinnis 7, Celestino 2, Oder 0, Seidel 1, Borders 7, Drone 10, Kuhns 8,  Wolff 17, Jahraus 9, Kuhns 2

Stew-Stras -- Jones 15, Bythe 1, Rincker 3, Kessler 8, Kramer 0, Bugger 2, Reed 4

Beecher City 50, St. Elmo 43 (St. Elmo took a 12-4 first quarter lead, but Beecher City pulled with 17-16 at halftime and within 30-29 after three quarters before outscoring St. Elmo 21-13 in the fourth quarter to post the win; Brady Barnes scored 20 points to lead Beecher City while Doug Krueger scored 15 points and Donovan Riley 11 points; also for Beecher City: Brandon Gardner and Adam Doty with two points each; for St. Elmo: Connor Beasley scored 15 points, Levi Maxey 13 and Garrett Bartels 10 points; also for St. Elmo: Ben Davis three and Alec Brady two points; St. Elmo finishes the season with a 16-11 record)

Newton 73, Flora 63 (a 17-5 third quarter proved the difference in this game; Newton shot the ball well, making 17 of 27 two-point attempts and seven three-pointers along 18 of 24 at the foul line; Flora hit half its two-point shots and made 10 threes along with 13 of 20 from the line; for Newton: Dylan Davidson scored 23 points with 10 assists, Luke Stone 15 points with six rebounds, and Dylan Johnson scored 16 points).

At Flora

Newton          19    18    17    19    --    73

Flora              19    19      5    20    --    63

Newton -- Davidson 23 (10 assist), Stone 15 (6 rebounds), Johnson 16

North Clay 77, South Central 73 (3OT) (this game was tied at 46-46 at the end of regulation; 57-57 after the first overtime and 67-67 after the second overtime before the Cardinals outscored the Cougars 10-6 in the final extra period to post the win; North Clay got balanced scoring as Logan Hilderbrand and Nate Micklautz each scored 16 points, Cody Yoho 15 points and Dylan Walker 14 points; also for North Clay: Lawson Britton eight, Adam Cox five and Garrett Rubsam three points; for South Central, Fischer Tharp had a monster night scoring 40 points; also for South Central: Rudy Hablewitz 12 points, Austin Schwarm eight, Brett Harmeier seven, and Gavin Ratermann, Joel Rose and Chase Riley two points each; South Central won the JV game 51-43; for South Central JV: Langley 16, Ratermann 11, Powless eight, Hill seven, Riley four, Peters three and Henken two; for North Clay JV: Griffy 13, Hartsey six, Worthey and Young five each, Kody VanDyke and Rubsam four each, and Cox and Cruise three points each)

Dieterich 87, Cowden-Herrick 38 (Dieterich led 26-2 after one quarter and cruised from there, up 55-11 at halftime and 77-24 after three quarters; Dalton Hinterscher scored 26 points for Dieterich, Alex Bohnhoff 18, Brandon Westjohn 16, Tanner Traub 11, Austin Bushue six, Devin Aherin four, Travis Niemerg three, Nick Feldhake two and L. Niemerg one; Dieterich posted their 20th win against eight losses to close out the regular season).

At Dieterich

COWDEN-HERRICK (38)

Moore 16, Burrus 12, Morgason 2, Barnes 2, Miller 6

DIETERICH (87)

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Cowden-Herrick            2      9    13    14    --    38

Dieterich                     26    29    22    10    --    87

Junior Varsity Game

Cowden-Herrick          6    12      7    11    --    36

Dieterich                   16    20    15    19    --    70

Cumberland 62, Windsor 55 (The score was knotted at 10-10 after the opening quarter. The Pirates took a 35-27 halftime lead. Both teams scored 13 points in the third quarter and Windsor outscored the Pirates 15-14 in the final quarter but couldn't make up that second quarter deficit. Trevor Brumleve led Cumberland with 27 points while Monte Wolke added 14. Windsor was led by Trey Leasher with 16, Tristan Warner with 15, Hayden Cole and Alex Allen had 10 each).

At Windsor

CUMBERLAND (62)

Kuhn 0-0 -- 0, T. Brumleve 9-2 -- 27, Ingram 3-2 -- 8, C. Brumleve 1-3 -- 5, Bauguss 0-0 -- 0, Wolke 4-5 -- 14, Phillips 1-0 -- 2, Butler 2-1 -- 5, Napier 0-0 -- 0, Cutts 0-1 -- 1. TOTALS 20 FG, 14 FT.

WINDSOR (55)

C. Smith 0-2 -- 2, Allen 3-3 -- 10, Cole 3-2 -- 10, Warner 5-4 -- 15, Leasher 5-6 -- 16, J. Smith 0-0 -- 0, White 0-2 -- 2, Tilford 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 16 FG, 19 FT.

Cumberland           10    25    13    14    --    62

Windsor                 10    17    13    15    --    55

3-point FG -- Cumberland 8 (T. Brumleve 7, Wolke 1), Windsor 4 (Allen 1, Cole 2, Warner 1).

IN OTHER FRIDAY ACTION...

Mt. Zion 88, Charleston 83 (OT)

Robinson 72, Oblong 54

Arthur-Lovington 81, Martinsville 35

Tolono Unity 56, Shelbyville 47

Mattoon 61, Paris 36

Chatham Glenwood 60, Taylorville 28

Carlinville 69, Vandalia 63

Cumberland 62, Windsor 55