Frosh/Soph Boys, Girls Basketball Results

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Published on January 27 2014 3:00 pm
Last Updated on January 27 2014 7:37 pm
Written by Millie Lange

BOYS BASKETBALL

The Effingham freshmen/sophomore basketball teams picked up victories over Olney Saturday.

The Hearts won the freshman game 67-55. Grant Wolfe got Effingham started off in the right direction by scoring nine of the 17 points. He finished with a whopping 31 points connecting on nine field goals, including three trifectas and was seven of nine at the line. Jacob Donaldson contributed 20 points with nine field goals and two of two at the line.

In the sophomore contest, the Hearts won 53-42. EHS trailed 16-13 after one quarter but came back an 18-4 second period run and never looked back.

Drew Vasquez tallied 17 for the Hearts while Brady Jackson added 11.

At Effingham

Freshman Game

Olney                  14    11    13    17    --    55

Effingham          17    14    18    18    --    67

Olney -- Miller 12, Mitchell 9, Lambird 10, Perry 10, Edwards 4, Puckett 0, Dobbs 6, Shan 0, Walker 2, Amos 0, Klingler 2

Effingham -- Huelsbusch 0, Smith 0, Hull 3, Beals 3, Kreke 0, Keith 0, Bushue 0, Osborn 0, Morrow 8, Wolfe 31, Schafer 0, Donaldson 20, Hull 2

Sophomore Game

Olney                  16       4      7    15    --    42

Effingham          13    18    15      7    --    53

Olney -- Hout 9, Shipley 10, VanBlaricum 4, Jones 6, Adams 10, Ballard 3

Effingham -- Vasquez 17, Webb 0, Scott 1, Schafer 5, Hecht 0, Gengler 0, Zerrusen 8, Pease 0, Woltman 2, Nieman 3, Jackson 11, White 4, Barnes 0, Minor 2

 

At St.Anthony

St. Anthony and Altamont split freshman/sophmore contests. Altamont won the freshman game 69-55. Stone tallied 21, Finn 18 and Shepard 13 for the winners. St. Anthony was led by Greene with 17 and Gibson with 14.

In the sophomore game, St. Anthony was a 64-47 winner. The Bulldogs led 31-19 at halftime and never looked back. Martelli scored 19, Hartke 15 and Grunloh 10 for the winners. Altamont was led by Mayhaus with 18 and Deadmond with 11.

At St. Anthony

Freshman Game

Altamont           17    22    12    18    --    69

St. Anthony      10    16    18    11    --    55

Altamont -- Crow 0, Shepard 13, Flores 5, Stone 21, Finn 18, Childerson 0, Cornett 9, Betts 3

St. Anthony -- Dust 6, Gibson 14, Schmidt 4, Kruger 4, Greene 17, Tegeler 2, Kinkelaar 0, Walk 8

Sophomore Game

Altamont              8    11     7    21    --    47

St. Anthony       16    15    26     7    --    64

Altamont -- Hosick 3, Whitt 2, Caravello 0, Deadmond 11, Mayhaus 18, Jackman 2, Wolff 2, Shepard 0, Stone 5, Cornett 2, Finn 2

St. Anthony -- Kabbes 0, Martelli 19, Hartke 15, Grunloh 10, Je. Niebrugge 8, Sears 0, Bloemer 2, Esker 2, Greene 0, Gibson 8

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Teutopolis scored in the 50 point range in both freshman girls basketball games and claimed wins over Mount Vernon.

In the first game, T-town won 51-34. Four players hit double digits for the Wooden Shoes. Shelby Thompson led with 16 followed by Reagan Drees 12, Christy Hoene 11 and Jamie Sandschafer 10.

In the second game, T-town won 53-31. Sandschafer tallied 13, Drees 12 and Hoene 11 for the winners.

At Teutopolis

Game One

Mount Vernon         15    11      8      0    --     34

Teutopolis               13    10    18    10    --    51

Mount Vernon -- Bushue 14, Meyer 4, Ryan 2, Heinzman 5, Bauer 2, Patton 5, Piercy 2

Tetuopolis -- Drees 12, Hoene 11, Sandschafer 10, Kaufman 0, Thompson 16, Young 0, Buhnerkempe 2

Game Two

Mount Vernon          2      7    13      9    --    31

Teutopolis               8    20      9    16    --    53

Mount Vernon -- Bushue 2, Meyer 2, Henken 5, Trimble 5, King 4, Heinzman 9, Shelby 2, Patton 0, Piercy 2

Teutopolis -- Drees 12, Hoene 11, Kaufman 3, Sandschafer 13, Thompson 8, Young 2, Buhnerkempe 4