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Bulldogs take 4th at SEMO tourney, Bravettes get past Woodland

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

sports@standard-democrat.com

POPLAR BLUFF -- The Sikeston Bulldogs wrestling team tied for fourth during the SEMO Conference wrestling tournament at Poplar Bluff Saturday.

Sikeston, who finished with 174.5 points, fell into a fourth place tie with Poplar Bluff.

Jackson won the tournament with 407 points. Farmington was second with 348 while Ste. Genevieve took third at 320.

Sikeston, who has been hampered with injuries and sickness since mid-December, received it's best individual finish from Cody Middleton who was the runner-up in the 126-pound division.

"I'm very proud of our young wrestlers who stepped up again and battled very hard to help their team," Sikeston wrestling coach Chris Lowe said. "It says a lot of our team when we go without two quality wrestlers and still place in the top four. As a team, we haven't been at full strength since the Lindbergh tournament due to injuries. I think the whole team that competed for Sikeston were standouts and I'm very proud of each of them."

Dexter finished sixth with 157 points.

Trevor Waldner took second place in the 132-pound weight class while Dylan Brazarian finished second at 152.

New Madrid County Central had two second place finishers after taking ninth place with 110.5 points.

Austin Cummins lost in the finals at 182 and Blade Perkins fell at 195.

Sikeston's next match will be Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the North County varsity only quad.

Results from Saturday's match are as follows:

Team results

1. Jackson 407; 2. Farmington 348; 3. Ste. Genevieve 320; (t)4. Sikeston 174.5; (t)4. Poplar Bluff 174.5; 6. Dexter 157; 7. Windsor 124; 8. Cape Central 114; 9. New Madrid County Central 110.5; 10. Notre Dame 110; 11. North County 83.5.

Championship results

106 -- Jarrett Reisenbichler (J) def. Ryan Grieshabler (SG), 1:04.

113 -- Kodi Byrd (J) def. Matt King (PB) 3-1.

120 -- Travis Jones (SG) def. Jake Byrd (J) 12-6.

126 -- Cole Reynolds (SG) def. Cody Middleton (Sik) 11-0.

132 -- Brenden Briese (F) def. Trevor Waldner (D), 1:54.

138 -- Tyler Rush (J) def. William Siebert (F) 1:01.

145 -- Dylan Rush (J) def. Collin Huitt (F) 2-1.

152 -- Clayton Collier (J) def. Dylan Brazarian (D) 13-2.

160 -- Tyler Warren (W) def. Jackson Rushin (J) 7-1.

170 -- Garrison Jones (F) def. Chris Reed (J) 4-3.

182 -- Josh Stone (J) def. Austin Cummins (NM) 3:42.

195 -- Austin Herbst (F) def. Blade Perkins (NM) 1:58.

220 -- Austin Dussold (F) def. Clay Darnell (J) 5:56.

285 -- Preston Hobeck (J) def. Daniel Terrana (SG) 3-2, 3OT.

Sikeston individual results

106 -- Garrett Middelton, fifth (4-2)

113 -- Garrick Maddison, third (4-1)

120 -- Javeon Bonner, fifth (3-2)

126 -- Cody Middleton, second (5-1)

132 -- Jacob Stinnett, fourth (3-2)

138 -- Courtney Hawkins, ninth (1-4)

145 -- Open

152 -- Antwuan Dorsey, fifth (4-2)

160 -- Christian Crumpecker, ninth (1-4)

170 -- Open

182 -- Brayden Reynolds, eighth, (2-4)

195 -- Mitchell Garner, ninth (1-4)

220 -- Tarrington Marks, fourth (3-3)

285 -- Brendan Morgan, sixth (3-3)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

SCC 79, Woodland 69

SIKESTON -- The Scott County Central Bravettes took care of visiting Woodland Monday 79-69.

Ann Dennis and Mikaela Blissett pumped in 25 and 23 points to lead the Bravettes' charge. Dennis also had eight rebounds and four steals. Blissett chipped in with seven rebounds and five steals.

Johniqua Fort, who added 15 points, led the team with nine rebounds and also had five steals and five assists. Derien Ditto dished out nine assists.

Scott Central (11-4) shot 48 percent from the field and 70 percent from the foul line.

Woodland14142219--69
SCC15291421--79

SCC (79) -- Mikaela Blissett 23, Johniqua Fort 15, Derien Ditto 8, Abbey Ross 8, Ann Dennis 25. FG 29 FT 19-27 F 13. (3-pointers: Ditto 1, Dennis 1. Fouled out: none.)

NMCC 68, East Prairie 35

NEW MADRID -- The New Madrid County Central Lady Eagles easily dispatched of the East Prairie Eagles 68-35 Monday.

The NMCC junior varsity also won 60-31.

Further information was not available at press time.