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Delta girls tourney under way

Wednesday, January 4, 2006

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Chaffee's Mindy Hendrix is guarded by St. Vincent's Brooke Brown Tuesday night.
DELTA -- The top seeds all advanced on Tuesday in the opening round of the Delta New Year's Girls Basketball Tournament at Delta High School. Delta, the top seed, will play No. 4 St. Vincent at 7 tonight in a semifinal. Second-seeded Oran will play No. 3 Greenville at 8:30 p.m. in the other semifinal.

Delta held No. 8 Puxico scoreless in the second half en route to a 69-7 win in the opening round. Shea Smith led the Bobcats (7-1) with 23 points. Oran outscored No. 7 Meadow Heights 33-6 in the opening half and won easily. Tiffany Glastetter scored 19 points for Oran.

Jessica Welker led St. Vincent with 13 points in a 53-47 win over No. 5 Chaffee.

Mindy Hendrix scored 24 points in a losing effort for Chaffee. Tasha Lincoln led Woodland with 21 points but it was not enough in a 59-44 loss to Greenville.

BOYS BASKETBALL

ORAN -- St. Vincent held host Oran to just 10 first-half points and held on for a road win.

Eric Clements scored 15 points to lead the Indians (6-4), who picked up their fourth straight win.

Kody Campbell led Oran (3-6) with 13 points.

Scott City 77,

Ethan Watkins hit a 3-pointer with 6 seconds left in regulation to force overtime, and Scott City controlled the overtime period in a home win.

Jamie Pinkston led the Rams (6-4) with 23 points. Alex King added 20.

D.D. Gillespie led Scott County with 28 points.

ADVANCE --Advance avenged an overtime loss to Kelly in the fifth-place game at the Southeast Missourian Christmas Tournament with a road win.

Alex Steil led the Hornets (6-5) with 20 points.

Jordan Felter led Kelly with 10 points.

PUXICO -- Zalma fell behind 50-10 at halftime and lost on the road.

Daniel Schrader and Kyle Conley led Zalma with six points apiece.

CHAFFEE -- Woodland outscored Chaffee 25-14 in the fourth quarter to post a road win.

Seth Gaines led the Cardinals (4-6) with 19 points.

Andrew Hendrix led Chaffee with 16 points.