Girls Junior High Basketball Roundup -- October 1

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Published on October 2 2013 12:22 pm
Last Updated on October 2 2013 2:52 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham St. Anthony Junior High School claimed two girls basketball victories over Neoga Tuesday evening.

The Bullpups won the seventh-grade contrest 31-0 to improve to 2-0. McHugh tallied 12 points for the winners.

In the eighth-grade game, St. Anthony was a 20-12 winner. Saba had seven points. Neoga was led by Atwell with six. The Bullpups are 1-1.

At Goff Gym

Seventh-Grade Game

Neoga                   0      0    0    0     --       0

St. Anthony          9    14    8    0    --      31

Neoga -- no score

St. Anthony -- Gibson 2, Kabbes 4, Kinkelaar 4, McHugh 12, Richards 5, Repking 2, Wegman 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Neoga                    4    4    0    4    --    12

St. Anthony          4    6    3    7    --    20

Neoga -- Banning 4, Atwell 6, Ramert 2

St. Anthony -- Clausius 4, Having 5, Saba 7 (players add up to 16 while 20 listed as final on scoresheet turned in)

 

At Effingham

Effingham downed Mattoon in both contests. The Mustangs won the seventh-grade encounter 32-14. Weis tallied 19 and Fearday 11 for Effingham.

In eighth-grade play, Effingham was a 37-29 winner. Mattoon led 26-23 going into the fourth quarter when Effingham rallied with a 14-3 run. Myers led the Mustangs with 18 points while Ramos tallied 11.

Both Effingham teams are now 2-0 on the season.

At Effingham

Seventh-Grade Game

Mattoon              2    8      0    4    --    14

Effingham        14    8    10    0    --    32

Mattoon -- Brown 2, Smith 3, Sanders 2, Bialeschki 2, Edwards 2, Easton 1, McDowell 2

Effingham -- Fearday 11, Weis 19, Fox 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Mattoon                8    8    10      3    --    29

Effingham          11    7      5    14    --    37

Mattoon -- Bryan 1, MacDonald 6, Lee 7, Coffee 10, Arthur 3, Hite 2

Effingham -- Ramos 11, Barr 3, Armstrong 5, Myers 18

 

At Altamont

Altamont claimed two victories over Dieterich in action Tuesday evening.

Altamont held Dieterich scoreless in the second quarter for a 23-10 halftime lead. Altamont then went on for a 36-23 win. C. McHugh and S. Stone led the winners with nine points each. Jan Robards led Dieterich with nine.

In the eighth-grade game, Altamont won 37-8, taking a 19-2 first half lead. Schultz had 13 points for the winners.  Andrea Bierman scored all eight points for Dieterich.

At Altamont

Seventh-Grade Game

Dieterich          10      0    7    6    --    23

Altamont          11    12    8    5    --    36

Dieterich -- Shadle 10, Vahling 2, Robards 9, Garbe 2

Altamont -- K. Wolff 2, Mette 2, McHugh 9, Hosick 5, Stone 9, Mayahus 3, H. Wolff 6

Eighth-Grade Game

Dieterich            0    2      4    2    --      8

Altamont          12    7    10    8    --    37

Dieterich -- Bierman 8

Altamont -- Grimsley 8, Mette 4, Evans 2, Crow 2, Schultz 13, Kuhns 6, Nolen 2

 

At Vandalia

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick split victories with Vandalia. BCCH won the seventh-grade contest 20-15 in overtime. Three players hit six points each for the winners, Lauren Wojcik, Tabitha Endsley and Amanda Smith.

In the eighth-grade game, Vandalia was a 24-21 winner. Leading BCCH was Endsley with six points.

At Vandalia

Seventh-Grade Game

Overtime

BCCH                6    2    2    4    6    --    20

Vandalia           6    4    2    2    1    --    15

Beecher City-Cowden-Herrick -- Wojcik 6, Endsley 6, Smith 6, Morgason 2

Vandalia -- Johnson 2, Fiscus 5, Mills 1, Warner 1, McKinney 5, Swain 1

Eighth-Grade Game

BCCH                6    2    8    5    --    21

Vandalia          6    4    6    8    --    24

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Lorton 3, Oldham 4, Gardner 4, Endsley 6, Smith 2, Morgason 2

Vandalia -- Palmer 14, Zimmerman 4, Workman 4, Marquardt 2