Bullpups Nab Seventh-Grade Win; Area Roundup

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Published on November 6 2012 12:31 pm
Last Updated on November 6 2012 4:33 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham St. Anthony Junior High School picked up a 31-20 win over Sigel St. Michael Monday evening in boys basketball play.

St. Anthony led 12-9 at halftime then had a 13-3 third period run. Walsh scored 10 while Deters chipped in with eight. Beesley had 13 rebounds. Wolke led St. Michael with eight.

At Goff Gym

St. Michael            2    7      3    8    --    20

St. Anthony          8    4    13    6    --    31

Sigel St. Michael -- Schumacher 3, Althoff 5, Kreke 4, Wolke 8

St. Anthony -- Deters 8, Walsh 10, Beesley 4, Nuxoll 3, Utz 2, Brandt 2, Seachrist 2

At Teutopolis

Neoga downed Teutopolis in seventh-grade B play 40-28. Hansen, Ramert and Butler scored eight points each in even scoring for Neoga. T-town was led by Will Schlink with seven.

In the eighth-grade B play, Teutopolis tallied a 69-14 victory. T-town held a 36-8 halftime lead. McMahon and Mette tallied 16 each while Bloemer scored 11. Harper led Neoga with six.

At Teutopolis

Seventh-Grade Game

Neoga                 3    14    14    9    --    40

Teutopolis          6      9    12    1    --    28

Neoga -- Hansen 8, Ramert 8, Fritcher 2, Snader 5, Butler 8, Eaton 5, Hill 4

Teutopolis -- Koester 3, Addis 4, Young 2, Thoele 3, Schlink 7, Pals 4, Kowalski 2, Buenker 3

Eighth-Grade Game

Neoga                   5      3      3      3    --    14

Teutopolis          18    18    17    16    --    69

Neoga -- Yurs 2, Harper 6, Moran 3, Wood 3

Teutopolis -- Hartke 6, Ordner 7, Bushue 7, Bloemer 11, McMahon 16, D. Mette 16, Goedde 6

At Altamont

Altamont picked up two victories over Stewardson-Strasburg. Altamont won the seventh-grade contest 36-25. Runge tallied 12 for the winners. Kessler led Stew-Stras with eight.

In eighth-grade action, Altamont was a 52-15 winner. Altamont took a 34-11 halftime lead. Armstrong and Cornett tallied 10 points each for Altamont. Stew-Stras was led by Overbeck with 11.

At Altamont

Seventh-Grade Game

Stew-Stras          4    3      8    10    --    25

Altamont             9    8    10      9    --    36

Stew-Stras -- Kessler 8, Koester 7, Kramer 6, Quast 2, Thies 2

Altamont -- Runge 12, Brown 8, Pemberton 6, Stevenson 4, Davis 4, Higgs 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Stew-Stras            7      4      2    2    --    15

Altamont             14    20    15    3    --    52

Stew-Stras -- Overbeck 11, Gregory 2, Vonderheide 2

Altamont -- Armstrong 10, Cornett 10, Finn 7, Stone 6, Childerson 6, Miller 5, Shepard 4, Bowlin 4

At Ramsey

St. Elmo/Brownstown defeated Ramsey in both games. St. Elmo/Brownstown was a 41-37 winner in seventh-grade action. Brown led the winners with 16 while Maxey chipped in with 15.

In eighth-grade play, St. Elmo/Brownstown won 52-29. The winning squad was led by Kroll and Feezel with 14 each and Austin with 10.

At Ramsey

Seventh-Grade Game

St. E/Browns.          11    7      6    17    --    41

Ramsey                   10    8    11      8    --    37

Ramsey -- Massett 14, Kessinger 12, Aderman 4, Stroble 7

St. Elmo/Brownstown -- Maxey 15, Brown 16, Behl 6, Logsdon 3

Eighth-Grade Game

St. E/Browns.          24    14    10    4    --    52

Ramsey                     7      9      4    9    --    29

St. Elmo/Brownstown -- Rogers 4, Logue 2, Kroll 14, Sperry 4, Austin 10, Golden 4, Feezel 14

Ramsey -- Black 19, Da. Mercer 4, De. Mercer 5, Burns 1

At Louisville

North Clay (Louisville) picked up its first victory of the season at home against Clay City.

North Clay won 76-16. Leading scorers were Brandon Repking 12, Quincy Aldrich 12 and Jordan Bloemer 10.

At Newton

Jasper County edged Mattoon 31-28 in boys eighth-grade basketball action Monday evening.

Joe Stone tallied 11 points while Tim Weber added 10 for the winners. Danis Johnson led Mattoon with 11.

At Newton

Jasper Co.          12    3    8    8    --    31

Mattoon               4    7    9    8    --    28

Jasper County -- Stone 11, Weber 10

Mattoon -- Johnson 11