St. A, Sacred Heart Nab Two Wins Each in Girls Basketball

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Published on November 6 2013 12:34 pm
Last Updated on November 6 2013 2:38 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham St. Anthony captured two victories over Shelbyville in girls junior high school basketball competition Tuesday evening.

The Bullpups won the seventh-grade game 36-7 to improve to 10-6. Shea Kinkelaar and Meg Richards scored eight points each.

In the eighth-grade contest, St. Anthony was a 15-9 winner and is 2-12. Katie Kabbes scored four points.

At St. Anthony

Seventh-Grade Game

Shelbyville           2    2      3      0    --       7

St. Anthony          4    8    13    11    --    36

Shelbyville -- Bower 3, Beyers 2, Metzger 2

St. Anthony -- Gibson 6, Kabbes 5, Kinkelaar 8, McHugh 5, Richards 8, Repking 2, Wegman 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Shelbyville           3    2    2    2    --      9

St. Anthony          2    4    5    4    --    15

Shelbyville -- Danekas 3, Trainor 2, Marty 4

St. Anthony -- Clausius 3, Having 2, Marks 2, Richards 2, Kabbes 4,  McHugh 2

 

At Effingham

Effingham Sacred Heart was a winner in both seventh and eighth-grade play Tuesday evening.

The Shamrocks captured the seventh-grade contest 29-23 over Stewardson-Strasburg/Windsor. N. Carie and Webster provided the one-two scoring punch with 15 and 10 points respectively. Stew-Stras was led by Schlechte wtih seven.

In eighth-grade action, Sacred Heart won 22-14. Shamhart, Webster and N. Carie tallied four each while five other players had a basket each. Stew-Stras/Windsor was led by Everett with six points.

At Effingham

Seventh-Grade Game

Stew-Stras/Windsor         4    2    7    10    --    23

Sacred Heart                       8    8    2    11    --    29

Stew-Stras/Windsor -- Schlechte 7, Cole 6, K. Davis 6, Bennett 4

Sacred Heart -- N. Carie 15, Webster 10, Stock 4

Eighth-Grade Game

Stew-Stras/Windsor           0    0    6    8    --    14

Sacred Heart                         4    6    4    8    --    22

Stew-Stras/Windsor -- Everett 6, Smith 4, Schlechte 2, Rentfro 2

Sacred Heart -- Shamhart 4, Webster 4, McWhorter 2, Cordes 2, Mills 2, McDevitt 2, N. Carie 4, Hanfland 2

 

At Beecher City

Pana Sacred Heart came calling and claimed two wins over Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick Tuesday.

Pana Sacred Heart won the seventh-grade game 41-20. Holland scored 14 for the winners. >BCCH was led by Lauren Wojcik with seven as BCCHK drops to 9-5.

In eighth-grade play, Pana Sacred Heart downed BCCHK 39-19. Epley scored 13 and SChoonover 10 for the winners. BCCHK was led by Taylor Oldham with eight. BCCH drops to 2-11.

At Beecher City

Seventh-Grade Game

Pana Sacred Heart          16    12    8    5    --    41

BCCH                                     3      7    8    2    --    20

Pana Sacred Heart -- Holland 14, Schoonover 8, Kuhn 2, Pauley 4, Epley 5, Sweeny 2, LeDue 6

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Miller 3, Blaine 2, Wojcik 7,  Endsley 4, Smith 2, Morgason 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Pana Sacred Heart          13    12    6    8    --    39

BCCH                                     2      8    8    1    --    19

Pana Sacred Heart -- Holthaus 4, Dameris 6, Epley 13, Hackler 4, Schoonover 10, Holland 2

Beecher City/Coiwden-Herrick -- Persinger 2, Miller 2, Lorton 3, Oldham 8, Gardner 1, Smith 2, Morgason 1

 

At Lawrenceville

Jasper County picked up an eighth-grade victory but fell in seventh-grade play to Lawrenceville Tuesday evening.

Lawrenceville was a 24-21 winner in seventh-grade action. Mallory Bergbower taliled seven points for Jasper County.

In eighth-grade play, Jasper County won 40-29. Abby Frohning tallied 16 points while Halley Powers scored 12.

At Lawrenceville

Seventh-Grade Game

Jasper County            1    7    5    8    --    21

Lawrenceville            4    8    7    5    --    24

Jasper County -- Harris 4, Grunloh 2, Stone 2, Bergbower 7, A. Russell 4, R. Russell 2

Lawrenceville -- no scorers listed.

Eighth-Grade Game

Jasper County          12    2    10    16    --    40

Lawrenceville             6    8      9      6    --    29

Jasper County -- Frohning 16, Powers 12, Cox 6, Smith 2, Baker 2, Earnest 2

Lawrenceville -- Dining 13, Halen 10, Ferrell 4, Lasher 2