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Seeds hold true at Lady Royals tourney

Monday, December 20, 2010

SHS defeats Portageville, NMCC wins in overtime

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BROSELEY -- The Sikeston Lady Bulldogs wasted no time gaining an early advantage over the Portageville Lady Bulldogs during the first round of the Twin Rivers Lady Royals Christmas tournament on Saturday eventually winning 63-29.

After a 28-3 first quarter left little in doubt as Sikeston, the No. 7 seed, kept rolling in the first half giving them a 47-10 lead at halftime.

Tyangela Gibson led all scorers with 33 points. Taneshia Pulley and Asia Liggins added nine and eight points, respectively.

Sikeston is scheduled to play the No. 2 seed Kennett tonight at 7:30 p.m.

Portageville37154--29
Sikeston2819133--63

PORTAGEVILLE (29) -- Delisle 4, Ifland 3, McCoy 5, McIntyre 6, Harris 3, Jackson 2, Parrott 3, Johnson 2. FG 10, FT 10-17. (3-pointers: Parrott.)

SIKESTON (63) -- Tyangela Gibson 33, Keyonna Blissett 2, Vonteria Applewhite 2, Asia Liggins 8, Anne Dennis 2, Shataria Flye 2, Taneshia Pulley 9, Dionne Allen 5. FG 28, FT 9-19. (3-pointers: Gibson 2.)

NMCC 60, Kelly 55

BROSELEY -- The closest seeds at No. 8 and No. 9 proved to be the closest game.

The New Madrid County Central Lady Eagles (No. 8) needed overtime to defeat the Kelly Lady Hawks, 60-55.

Playing to a 51-51 tie at the end of regulation, NMCC outscored the Lady Hawks 9-4 in the first overtime period to advance.

NMCC's Benesha Childress led all scorers with 20 points while Karen McGloson added 14.

Bridgette Chandler and Kayla Hicks paced Kelly with 19 and 13 points.

NMCC will play the No. 1 seed Neelyville today at 3 p.m. while Kelly falls to the consolation bracket and will play Clearwater on Tuesday at 3 p.m.

Kelly14148154--55
NMCC14168139--60

KELLY (55) -- Hailey Glastetter 6, Katie Koonce 2, Bridgette Chandler 19, Kristen Powell 11, Karlie Ashcraft 2, Kristen Vetter 2, Kayla Hicks 13. FG 19, FT 17-29. (3-pointers: none.)

NMCC (60) -- Ebonni Adway 2, Brittany Johnson 11, Dallas Campbell 4, Brittain Horne 5, Benesha Childress 20, Karen McGloson 14, Hunter Hewitt 2. FG 24, FT 9-21. (3-pointers: Childress 1.)

Dexter 62, Greenville 41

BROSELEY -- The Dexter Lady Bearcats continued to wear down the Greenville Lady Bears on Monday eventually taking a 62-41 victory.

Alison Jarrel led the Lady Bearcats with 21 points which included five 3-pointers.

Dexter will play the host team, Twin Rivers, today at 6 p.m. in the quarterfinal round.

Greenville1410314--41
Dexter21151313--62

GREENVILLE (41) -- Hillis 1, White 1, Atchison 2, Becker 33, Porter 4. FG 17, FT 8-15. (3-pointers: Porter 1.)

DEXTER (62) -- Mollie Whitehead 2, Katelyn Frazier 8, Hannah Noe 8, Alison Jarrell 21,

Erika Cobb 3, Taylor Owens 4, Brittany Harris 10, Paige Patterson 6. FG 32, FT 6-11. (3-pointers: Jarrell 5, Cobb 1.)

Twin Rivers 72, Charleston 48

BROSELEY -- Continuing to feel the loss of their standout, Kasuela Cooper, the Charleston Lady Bluejays fell to the Twin Rivers Lady Royals 72-48 in the first round of the Lady Royals Christmas tournament.

The Lady Bluejays were slowed out of the gate by a 25-7 first quarter from Twin Rivers. From then on it was too much for Charleston to overcome.

Eneikqua Ewing led the Lady Bluejays with 21 points. Jasmine Spence added 14.

Charleston moves to the consolation bracket and will play Greenville on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Charleston7141710--48
Twin Rivers25191612--72

CHARLESTON (48) -- Makayla Thompson 1, Gabrielle Quinn 4, Kendra Hines 3, Taylor Duenne 2, Carrie Wamble 2, Eneikqua Ewing 21, Jasmine Spence 14, Demeshia Owens 1. FG 21, FT 6-19. (3-pointers: none.)

TWIN RIVERS (72) -- Crain 7, Cole 22, Shearer 2, Hester 11, Guess 1, Snider 14, Stockton 10, Douglas 3, Sadler 2. FG 34, FT 10-26. (3-pointers: Cole 1, Hester 1, Snider 2.)

Neelyville 58, Clearwater 22

BROSELEY -- Neelyville held on to their No. 1 seed defeating Clearwater 58-22.

No. 5 seed Naylor defeated Doniphan, the No. 12 seed, 62-55, the No. 4 seed Senath beat Malden 69-30 and the No. 2 seed Kennett rolled past No. 15 seed East Carter, 59-32.