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NMCC gets by Cairo, Lady Bulldogs stopped by Poplar Bluff

Friday, January 18, 2013

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NEW MADRID -- The New Madrid County Central Eagles outscored Cairo, Ill., by 15 points in the second half to come away with a 73-53 win Thursday at New Madrid County Central High School.

NMCC sophomore Willie Jimerson led the Eagles with a game-high 32 points. Delontre Haney added 11.

The Eagles will host the Dexter Bearcats tonight with junior varsity action starting at 6 p.m.

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NMCC17192413--73

CAIRO (53) -- Woodson 2, Nelson 5, Wake 2, Taylor 17, P. Johnson 2, D. Johnson 13, Gardener 1, Houston 3, Henderson 8. FG 22 FT 4-12 F 18. (3-pointers: Nelson 1, Taylor 2, D. Johnson 2. Fouled out: none.)

NMCC (73) -- Willie Jimerson 32, Armondo Thatch 7, Mikael Walker 2, JaShawn McDaniel 5, Delontre Haney 11, Asten Newsom 7, Corey Guest 1, Devon Harrell 2, Darrin McGloson 6. FG 30, FT 17-27, F 15. (3-pointers: Jimerson 1, McDaniel 1. Fouled out: Thatch.)

Risco 100, Cooter 44

RISCO -- With six players posting double-digit scoring totals, the Risco Tigers routed the Cooter Wildcats on Thursday 100-44.

Risco outscored Cooter 27-7 in the first quarter and by halftime controlled a 46-point lead.

Jordon Pavy led the way with 24 points while Caleb McCord was close behind with 23 points, including five of the team's seven 3-pointers.

Brandon Bixler and Austin White scored 14 and 12 points respectively.

Now at 8-5, the Tigers will host Holcomb tonight at 6 p.m. in their annual Homecoming game.

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Risco27332218-100

COOTER (44) -- McLevaln 16, Hickerson 8, Kumpton 6, McDowell 6, Hopper 5, Barnes 2, Evans 1. FG 17, FT 5-6, F 14. (3-pointers: McLevaln 4, Hopper 1. Fouled out: none.)

RISCO (100) -- Jordon Pavy 24, Caleb McCord 23, Brandon Bixler 14, Austin White 12, Matt Cumins 11, Josh Earnheart 10, Hunter Knight 6. FG 40, FT 13-23, F 3. (3-pointers: McCord 5, Pavy 1, White 1. Fouled out: none.)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Poplar Bluff 55, Sikeston 36

POPLAR BLUFF -- Unable to overcome a rough first half, the Sikeston Lady Bulldogs fell 55-36 to Poplar Bluff on Tuesday.

Poplar Bluff took a 20-6 advantage after the first quarter of play and led by 19 points at the break.

Sikeston matched the Lady Mules point-for-point in the final two quarters, but couldn't overcome their weak start.

Mikala Nichols had a team-high 14 points for the Lady Bulldogs while Erica Peet's 10 points left her second on the team.

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SIKESTON (36) -- Hayli Charman 3, Dominique Roach 2, Mikala Nichols 14, Erica Peet 10, Brianna Sherrell 3, Ariana Beard 2, Yolanda Johnson 2. FG 14, FT 4-12, F 15. (3-pointers: Nichols 3, Charman 1. Fouled out: none.)

POPLAR BLUFF (55) -- Megan Knuckles 1, Soley Webb 6, Danielle Farmer 26, Halle Huffman 7, Cassidy Harris 4, Courtney Raulston 2, Samantha Gatewood 9. FG 21, FT 9-15, F 10. (3-pointers: Farmer 4. Fouled out: none.)

Kelly 66, Puxico 31

PUXICO -- The Kelly Lady Hawks outscored the Puxico Lady Indians all four quarters on Thursday for a 66-31 win.

Kelly took a 20-11 lead after the first quarter of play and built up a 20-point advantage at the half. After leading 52-30 heading into final frame, the Lady Hawks outscored Puxico 14-1 in the final eight minutes of play to kick in the turbo-clock.

Morgan LeDure had a game-high 21 points, including six 3-pointers, to lead Kelly while Stephanie Worth contributed 18 points.

The Lady Hawks improve to 5-7 and will host Oran Tuesday at 6 p.m.

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Puxico111271-31

KELLY (66) -- Morgan LeDure 21, Darbe Backfisch 2, Kaylee Scherer 3, Tessa Johnson 5, Stephanie Worth 18, Samantha Ratledge 2, Kristi Brucker 10, Payton Jones 3, Logan Ivie 2. FG 17, FT 11-16, F 14. (3-pointers: LeDure 6, Johnson 1. Fouled out: none.)

PUXICO (31) -- McDaniel 5, Heaton 1, Roberts 7, Powell 1, Hancock 1, Wegener 10, Richmond 6. FG 9, FT 7-19, F 19. (3-pointers: Roberts 1, Wegener 1. Fouled out: none.)

Chaffee 39,East Prairie 30

CHAFFEE -- The Chaffee Lady Red Devils rode a hot fourth quarter to a 39-30 win over visiting East Prairie on Thursday.

The two squads entered the final frame tied at 26-26 before a 6-point effort from Julia Sutterfield in the fourth helped Chaffee outscore the Lady Eagles 12-4.

Sutterfield finished with 11 points on the night to tie Adrienne Eichhorn for the team-high. Kaitlyn Shands led East Prairie with eight points.

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EAST PRAIRIE -- Rebekah Douglas 6, Dakota Arnold 2, Caitlyn Harwell 7, Kaitlyn Shands 8, Lauren Magee 5, Jackie Archie 2. FG 12, FT 5-10, F 20. (3-pointers: Shands 2, Harwell 1. Fouled out: Magee.)

CHAFFEE (39) -- Jordan Pruitt 6, Ellie Sigman 8, Adrienne Eichhorn 11, Lauren Whistler 3, Julia Sutterfield 11. FG 11, FT 13-26, F 9. (3-pointers: Pruitt 2, Eichhorn 1. Fouled out: none.)

SCC 64, Scott City 29

SCOTT CITY -- The Scott County Central Bravettes kept their recent winning streak going with a 64-29 win over Scott City.

Scott Central, who has won their last five games, outscored the Lady Rams 19-3 in the first quarter and took a 13-point lead into the break. It was a dominant 26-2 run in the third frame that sealed the win for the Bravettes (9-4).

After back-back 30-plus point contest, Mikaela Blissett scored a game-high 28 points, followed by Anne Dennis with 16.

Lindsey Rendleman and Alicia Kern had eight points each for Scott City.

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SCC (64) -- Mikaela Blissett 28, Johniqua Fort 3, Abbey Ross 10, Derien Ditto 6, Anne Dennis 16. FG 29 FT 4-17 F 15. (3-pointers: Ditto 1. Fouled out: none.)

SCOTT CITY (29) -- Shea Martin 4, Jessica Boswell 2, Lindsey Rendleman 8, Natalie Woods 5, Alexis Spriggs 2, Alicia Kern 8. FG 13 FT 3-10 F 13. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none.)

EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL

Sikeston 36, Jackson 27

CAPE GIRARDEAU -- In their final game of the season, the Sikeston eighth grade basketball team defeated Jackson 36-27 during the third place game of the Cape Central Invitational tournament at the Cape Central Junior High.

"It was a good way to end the season," Sikeston coach Derek James said. "We played our best basketball of the season in the first half tonight. We had some ups and downs, but the boys played hard all year. We showed a lot of improvement as the season progressed."

Sikeston, who finished the season 5-8, went ahead early after outscoring Jackson 13-1 in the first quarter.

Phayzun Fobbs led Sikeston with 14 points. Deshawn Aldridge was second on the team with eight points.

"If the guys keep working hard and get in the gym, I think we'll see good things out of this group in the future," said James."

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Sikeston131472--36

JACKSON (27) -- Brown 3, Martin 2, Gray 6, Pehle 6, Reid 2, Freeman 2, Evens 4. FG 11 FT 2-4 F 11. (3-pointers: Brown 1, Pehle 2. Fouled out: none.)

SIKESTON (36) -- Phayzun Fobbs 14, Deshawn Aldridge 8, Sam Cox 7, Camden Sapp 4, Jason Moore 2, Miqilas Ranson 1. FG 13 FT 8-13 F 9. (3-pointers: Cox 1, Sapp 1. Fouled out: none.)


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