Junior High Girls Basketball Roundup -- October 10

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Published on October 11 2013 1:19 pm
Last Updated on October 11 2013 5:07 pm
Written by Millie Lange

TAYLORVILLE -- Effingham and Taylorville split victories in junior high girls basketball competition Thursday.

The Mustangs won the seventh-grade game 35-30. Two players hit double digits, Fearday with 18 and Weis with 10. The Mustangs are 3-0.

In eighth-grade play, Taylorville was a 40-25 winner. Myers tallied six for Effingham. The Mustangs fall to 2-1.

At Taylorville

Seventh-Grade Game

Effingham          8    10      7    10    --    35

Taylorville          8      4    11      7    --    30

Effingham -- Fearday 18, Buscher 3, Weis 10, Fox 4

Taylorville -- Lindsey 2, Snyder 12, Segal 8, Morrison 8

Eighth-Grade Game

Effingham          10    2      4    9    --    25

Taylorville          10    8    18    4    --    40

Effingham -- Hoelscher 1, Ramos 5, Barr 2, Armstrong 4, Myers 6, Bridges 2, Flowers 3 (Effingham players add up to 23 while 25 listed as final on scoresheet turned in)

Taylorville -- Shirley 8, Taylor 9, Olive 5, Tippit 6, Curtin 6, Jackson 2, Behl 4

 

At Charleston

Charleston played host to St. Anthony and handed the Bullpups two losses. Charleston won the seventh-grade game 40-24. Sarah Flight had 12 and Elizabeth Buescher 10 for the winners. St. Anthony was led by Clare McHugh with 17. The Bullpups drop to 2-2.

In eighth-grade action, Charleston won 34-12. Swango scored 12 for the winners. St. Anthony was led by Mary Ann Saba with four. The Bullpups drop to 1-3.

At Charleston

Seventh-Grade Game

St. Anthony             3      8      8    5    --    24

Charleston            12    14    10    4    --    40

St. Anthony -- Kabbes 2, Kinkelaar 3, McHugh 17, Richards 2

Charleston -- Crowder 6, Buescher 10, Flight 12, Jackson 6, Lenox 4, Littleford 2

Eighth-Grade Game

St. Anthony             0    3      1    8    --    12

Charleston            12    9    11    2    --    34

St. Anthony -- Clausius 2, Having 1, Saba 4, Richards 2, Repking 2, Kabbes 1

Charleston -- Griffin 8, Sweeney 4, Coffey 8, Swango 12, Gordon 2

 

At Beecher City

Sigel St. Michael picked up two victories over Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick Thursday.

St. Michael was a 35-16 winner in seventh-grade play. S. Bueker led the winners with 20 points. Tabitha Endsley led BCCH (4-2) with eight.

In the eighth-grade contest, St. Michael claimed a 46-10 win. Bueker tallied 21. Taylor Oldham led BCCH (1-4) with six.

At Beecher City

Seventh-Grade Game

Sigel St. Michael          8    10    1    16    --    35

BCCH                             2      2    6      6    --    16

Sigel St. Michael -- Lee 2, S. Bueker 20, McWhorter 3, Buening 4, Flach 4, Vogt 2

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Miller 2, Wojcik 4, Endsley 8, Smith 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Sigel St. Michael          21    11    8    6    --    46

BCCH                               0      4    2    4    --    10

Sigel St. Michael -- Schumaker 8, Bueker 21, Niebrugge 6, Fearday 2, Jansen 8, Krampe 1

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Oldham 6, Wojcik 2, Smith 2

 

At Dieterich

Stewardson-Strasburg/Windsor and Dieterich were both winners. Stew-Stras/Windsor claimed the seventh-grade contest 41-9. The winners improve to 5-0 in the National Trail Conference, 6-0 overall. K. Davis tallied 18. Andrea Bierman led Dieterich with seven.

In the eighth-grade game, Dieterich won 27-13. Anna Shadle led the way with 17 points. Stew-Stras/Windsor drops to 0-5 in the NTC, 0-6 overall.

At Dieterich

Seventh-Grade Game

Stew-Stras/Windsor          14    7    18    2    --    41

Dieterich                                0    4      0    5    --      9

Stew-Stras/Windsor -- Davis 18, Schlechte 9, Schultz 8, Bennett 4, Reynolds 2

Dieterich -- Bierman 7, Britton 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Stew-Stras/Windsor          2    2    4    5    --    13

Dieterich                              8    8    8    3    --    27

Stew-Stras/Windsor -- Everett 4, Davis 4, Rentfrow 3, Schlechte 2

Dieterich -- Shadle 17, Bloemer 6, Vahling 2, Robards 2

 

At Newton

Jasper County picked up two wins over Red Hill (Bridgeport). Jasper County won the seventh-grade contest 20-17. Mallory Bergbower had seven points.

In the eighth-grade game, Jasper County won 39-6 by taking a 16-2 opening quarter lead. Abby Frohning tallied 18 for the winners.

At Newton

Seventh-Grade Game

Red Hill                       6    0    6    5    --    17

Jasper County           4    5    6    5    --    20

Red Hill -- no scores listed

Jasper County -- Bergbower 7, Russell 4, Harris 4, Stone 4, Grunloh 1

Eighth-Grade Game

Red Hill                         2    4      0    0    --      6

Jasper County           16    4    10    9    --    39

Red Hill -- Hobbs 2, Tennis 2, Bidwell 2

Jasper County -- Frohning 18, Cox 9, Hicks 4, Earnest 4, Smith 2, Powers 2

 

At Pana

Altamont split victories with Pana. Altamont was a 25-22 winner in seventh-grade action. Leading the winners was L. Mayhaus with nine points.

In eighth-grade play, Pana led 11-4 after the first quarter but Altamont came charging back only to fall short, 17-16. S. Stone led Altamont with five points.

At Pana

Seventh-Grade Game

Altamont          5    7    3    10    --    25

Pana                 2    7    7      6    --    22

Altamont -- Grimsley 2, Mette 4, Schultz 7, Mayhaus 9, Kuhns 3

Pana -- Weideman 3, Ashcraft 7, Sims 4, Rockes 6, Coulter 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Altamont          4    2    5    5    --    16

Pana               11    0    2    4    --    17

Altamont -- McHugh 4, Hosick 3, Stone 5, Mayhaus 2, Wolff 2

Pana -- Kirkbride 2, Johnson 1,  Stremming 4, Gibson 2, Funneman 8