November 20 Junior High Boys Roundup

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Published on November 21 2012 2:52 pm
Last Updated on November 21 2012 7:52 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham Junior High School played host to Mattoon in boys B basketball play Tuesday evening and picked up two victories.

The seventh-grade squad captured a 39-15 victory. Noah Mulheron tallied 12 for the winners while Terrance Hill and Bryce Lohman finished with six each. Chase Maroon led in rebounding with nine and steals with nine.

In eighth-grade action, Effingham was a 38-11 winner. The Mustangs held Mattoon scoreless in the opening quarter and took a 16-3 first half lead. Koenig tallied 10 for the winners while Osborn had seven steals and Keith and Hull pulled down four rebounds each.

At Effingham

Seventh-Grade Game

Mattoon B                0    2    10    3    --    15

Effingham B           15    8      8    8    --    39

Mattoon B -- McLaughlin 5, South 4, Gaines 6

Effingham B -- Hill 6 (5 rebounds, 9 steals), Bl. Lohman 4 (2 steals), Koester 4 (2 steals), Mulheron 12 (1 rebound, 3 steals), Morrissey 5 (1 rebound, 2 steals), Devore 2 (3 rebounds, 1 steal), Br. Lohman 6 (2 rebounds, 1 steal), Maroon (9 rebounds, 4 steals)

Eighth-Grade Game

Effingham B          6    10    14    8    --    38

Mattoon B             0      3      6    2    --    11

Efifngham B -- Koenig 10, Osborn 8 (7 steals), Utz 6, Cole 6, Shaw 2, Field 2, Ch. Hull 2 (4 rebounds), Morrow 2, Keith (4 rebounds)

Mattoon B -- Miller 5, Ernst 2, Carmean 2, Lamman 2

At Windsor

Effingham Sacred Heart split with Windsor in action Tuesday.

Windsor was a 40-19 winner in seventh-grade play. Armos led the winners with 21 points. Sherrod and D. Kruger tallied five each for the Shamrocks.

In eighth-grade action. Sacred Heart was a 29-24 winner. Bushue scored 12 for the Shamrocks. Windsor was led by Hutchinson with 21.

At Windsor

Seventh-Grade Game

Sacred Heart            2    8      5       4    --    19

Windsor                  11    7    12    10    --    40

Sacred Heart -- Sherrod 5, D. Krueger 5, Helmink 9

Windsor -- B. Bennett 2, G. Bennett 7, Satler 4, Trussell 2, Rawlings 2, Armos 21, name unreadable 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Sacred Heart           11    7    7    4    --    29

Windsor                    7    1    12    4    --    24

Sacred Heart -- Schafer 2, J. Bushue 12, Smith 7, Tegeler 8

Windsor -- Howard 2, Hutchinson 21, Gilbert 1

At Vandalia

St. Anthony picked up an eighth-grade victory over host Vandalia, 33-15.

The Bullpups led 15-8 at halftime and had a 12-5 third period run. Jansen tallied eight and Greene seven for the winners. Well led Vandalia with eight. St. Anthony is now 5-1 on the season.

At Vandalia

St. Anthony          4    11    12    6    --    33

Vandalia               5      3      5    2    --     15

St. Anthony -- Greene 7, Jansen 8, Sager 2, Blanchette 6, Puckett 6, Lustig 2, Schmidt 2

Vandalia -- Well 8, Gordan 5, Jones 3 (individuals add up to 16 while 15 listed as final on scoresheet turned in).

At Teutopolis

Teutopolis picked up two victories over Robinson Nuttall Tuesday evening.

T-town won the seventh-grade game 48-20 taking a 26-15 halftime lead and outscoring Nuttall 14-1 in the final period. Lee Hardiek tallied 11 and Ethyn Dust 10 for the winners.

In eighth-grade action, T-town won 43-25. T-town led 22-14 at halftime and had a 12-4 final period run. Lucas Deters scored13 and Blake Mette 12.

At Robinson

Seventh-Grade Game

Teutopolis          13    13   8    14    --    48

Robinson             8      7    4      1    --    20

Teutopolis --  Goeckner 8, Funneman 8, Kremer 7, Hardiek 11, Addis 2, Dust 10, Buenker 2

Robinson Nuttall -- Trimble 2, James 11, Weber 7

Eighth-Grade Game

Teutopolis          15      7    9    12    --    43

Robinson              4    10    7      4    --    25

Teutopolis -- Ungrund 1, Kenter 6, Bloemer 2, Mette 12, Hardiek 4, Goedde 2, Belleville 3, Deters 13

Robinson Nuttall -- White 3, Dirks 10, Bright 5, Hutchins 5, Lassen 2

At Strasburg

Stewardson-Strasburg handed Cowden-Herrick two losses. Stew-Stras was a 45-34 winner in seventh-grade play. Kessler tallied 16 for the winners. Phillips led Cowden-Herrick with 14. Stew-Stras improves to 6-3 overall and 2-2 in the National Trail Conference.

In eighth-grade play, Stew-Stras edged Cowden-Herrick 33-31. Nichols scored 11 and Overbeck 10 for the winners. Blackerby led Cowden-Herrick with 15. Stew-Stras is 4-1 in the conference, 5-5 overall.

At Stew-Stras

Seventh-Grade Game

Cowden-Herrick          10    10      3    11    --    34

Stew-Stras                 12    12    13      8    --    45

Cowden-Herrick -- Phillips 14, Watson 6, Rauch 4, Dilley 2, Nohren 2, Barnes 2, Barfield 2, Sarver 1, Russell 1

Stew-Stras -- Kessler 16, Kramer 8, Thies 7, Quast 6, Koester 4, Clark 2, Slifer 2

Eighth-Grade  Game

Cowden-Herrick            3    9    4    15    --    31

Stew-Stras                 12    7    7      7    --    33

Cowden-Herrick -- Blackerby 15, Nohren 5, Phillips 3, Smith 2, Seaton 2, Sandiford 2, Rauch 2

Stew-Stras -- Nichols 11, Ovrbeck 10, Moschenrose 7, Agapito 4, Vonderhreide 1

At Louisville

North Clay (Louisville) evened its record to 3-3 overall and improved to 3-1 in the Midland Trail Conference with a victory Tuesday.

North Clay defeated Noble 49-33. Quincy Aldrich tallied 14 while Bryce Walker and Cody Smith had 12 each.

At Altamont

Altamont handed Salem a loss in eighth-grade play, 58-45.

Altamont took a 29-21 halftime lead but held only a 41-39 third quarter lead. Altamont then outran Salem 17-6 in the final quarter. Armstrong tallied 22, Stone 15 and Finn 10.

At Altamont

Salem               11    10    18      6    --    45

Altamont          12    17    12    17    --    58

Salem -- Webb 4, Gaines 8, McLean 2, Courtwright 6, Steward 12, Boles 13

Altamont -- Armstrong 22, Stone 15, Shepard 4, Finn 10, Cornett 7