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Scott Central, Clarkton to meet in finals

Wednesday, March 2, 2005

CLARKTON - Top-seeded Scott County Central had little problems in the semifinals of the Class 1 District 1 tournament at Clarkton.

The Braves led 35-16 at the half and cruised. Andrew Pullen led all scorers with 19 points for Scott County (18-8).

Ray Rodgers added 10 points. Scott County will play the winner of the Clarkton-Gideon game at 6 p.m. Thursday in the district finals.


BLOOMFIELD - The third-seeded Hornets used a big third quarter to edge past No. 2 South Iron in the semifinals of the Class 2 District 2 tournament at Bloomfield.

Advance will face No. 1 Van Buren at 8 p.m. Thursday.

Tyler Bowman and Daryl Wade led the Hornets with 18 points apiece. Jeremy Limbaugh added 11 points and Drew Sherman had 10.


St. Vincent outscored Valle Catholic of Ste. Genevieve 40-12 in the first half and cruised to a first-round victory in the Class 2 District 3 tournament at the Perry Park Center in Perryville.

The top-seeded Indians (18-6) will play Friday in the semifinal round against Viburnum, an 85-55 winner against Valley Caledonia.

Danny Rellergert led all scorers with 18 points for St. Vincent. Alex Armbruster added 14, and Jacob DeWilde had 11.



Scott City 51, Clearwater 35

GREENVILLE - Scott City eased by Clearwater in the first round of the Class 3 District 2 tournament at Greenville High School.

The third-seeded Rams (10-14) will play No. 2 Greenville in the semifinal round on Friday. Christy Laxton scored a game-high 25 points for Scott City, and Kelly Hicks added 18.


Since Caruthersville head coach David McCormick arrived on the scene three seasons ago, the Lady Tigers have made history.

First the first time in their program's history, the Lady Tigers are going to a district championship.

The Lady Tigers knocked off the Portageville Lady Bulldogs 71-57 Tuesday night and will face the top-seed Doniphan Donettes Thursday night at 6 p.m. in the championship event.

Caruthersville moved their impressive record to 18-6, which is also the best in school history.

Freshman guard Leola Hubbard administered a game-high 26 while teammate Fanchon Wiley tossed in 10 and 12 rebounds.