St. A Falls to Mater Dei, Patoka Edges Altamont, C-H Beats Ramsey; Area Boys Roundup

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BREESE -- Effingham St. Anthony High School fell to Breese Mater Dei 65-47 in boys basketball action Friday evening.

The Bulldogs stayed close through the opening quarter as Mater Dei edged out to a 16-14 lead. Mater Dei pushed that to 33-25 at halftime then had a 24-9 third period run to pull away.

Jake Schuette led the Bulldogs with 21 points while Jason Vogel chipped in with 10. Mater Dei was led by Langehorst with 17 and Etter with 14. Mater Dei hit seven three-pointers while St. Anthony had only one.

At Breese

ST. ANTHONY (47)

Williams 2-0 -- 4,  Gardewine 1-0 -- 2, Schuette 8-4 -- 21, Gibson 1-0 -- 2,  Schutlz 0-0 -- 0, Martelli 0-0 -- 0, Rogers 1-0 -- 2, A. Gardewine 0-0 -- 0, Hoelscher 2-0 -- 4, Goeckner 1-0 -- 2, Vogel 5-0 -- 10. TOTALS 21 FG, 4 FT.

BREESE MATER DEI (65)

Etter 4-6 -- 14, Thole 2-0 -- 5, Deiters 3-0 -- 9, Lampe 3-0 -- 6, Vandeloo 3-0 -- 6, Kampwerth 0-0 -- 0, Langehorst 6-2 -- 17, Timmermann 0-1 -- 1, Keilrach 1-0 -- 2, C. Pollmann 0-0 -- 0, Hitpas 0-0 -- 0, Toennies 1-1 -- 3, N. Pollmann 0-2 -- 2, Timmermann 0-0 -- 0. TOTALS 23  FG, 12 FT.

St. Anthony          14    11      9    13    --    47

Mater Dei             16    17    24      8    --    65

3-point FG -- St. Anthony 1 (Schuette 1), Breese Mater Dei 7 (Deiters 3, Langehorst 3, Thole 1).

At Patoka

Patoka High School pulled out a 61-60 non-conference boys basketball victory over Altamont Saturday.

Patoka took a 13-12 opening quarter lead but Altamont came back behind Garrett Ziegler's seven points for a 25-20 lead. Patoka then fired off an 18-13 third period run to knot the score at 38-38 going into the final quarter.

Patoka then outscored Altamont 23-22 to pull out the victory. Ziegler tried to keep the Indians in the running with 11 points in the fourth quarter but Patoka's Clift answered back with nine points and Wadkins tallied six.

Ziegler finished with 20 points for the winners. Clift tallied 25, Orrell 12 and Wadkins 11 for Patoka.

In Friday action, Altamont downed North Clay (Louisville) 71-55. The Indians led 35-27 at halftime and 53-42 going into the final period. Jon Kuhns scored 20, Ziegler 15 and Jake Seidel 12 for the winners.

North Clay was led by Cody Yoho with 16, Dillon Walker with 12 and Austin Britton with 10.

At Patoka

ALTAMONT (60)

Ziegler 6-7 -- 20, Goeckner 2-0 -- 4, McGinnis 1-0 -- 3, Seidel 2-4 -- 8, Hill 2-0 -- 5,  Borders 4-0 -- 8, Mayhaus 2-3 -- 7,  Jahraus 1-2 -- 5. TOTALS 20 FG, 16 FT.

PATOKA (61)

Clift 10-4 -- 25, Felchlia 3-0 -- 7, Donaldson 0-0 -- 0, Allan 0-3 -- 3, Wadkins 3-5 -- 11, Orrell 5-1 -- 12, Dy. Back 0-0 -- 0, Dr. Back 1-1 -- 3. TOTALS 22 FG, 14  FT.

Altamont          12    13    13    22    --    60

Patoka              13      7    18    23    --    61

3-point FG -- Altamont 4 (Ziegler 1, McGinnis 1, Hill 1, Jahraus 1), Patoka 3 (Clift 1, Felchlia 1, Orrell 1)

Junior Varsity Game

Altamont          13    22    14    15    --    64

Patoka             15      0      8      6    --    29

Altamont -- Jackman 2,  A. Goeckner 5, J. Goeckner 0, Caravello 3, McGinnis 8, Celestinos 2, Odor 2, Baders 11, Winn 2, Drone 11, M. Kuhns 7, B. Kuhns 3, Wolff 8

Patoka -- Cain 6, Hull 0, Collier 2, Dyback 16, Houston 5, Lerner 0, Gramlick 0.

Friday's Game

NORTH CLAY (55)

VanDyke 3-0 -- 6, Rubsam 0-0 -- 0, Walker 4-2 -- 12, Cruse 0-0 -- 0, Micklautz 2-3 -- 8, Britton 3-1 -- 10, Griffy 0-0 -- 0, Worthey 1-0 -- 2, Rinehart 0-0 -- 0, Cox 0-1 -- 1, Young 0-0 -- 0, Yoho 4-5 -- 16. TOTALS 17 FG, 12 FT.

ALTAMONT (71)

Jackman 0-0 -- 0, Ziegler 4-7 -- 15, Goeckner 4-1 -- 9, McGinnis 3-0 -- 7, Celestino 0-0 -- 0, Seidel 4-4 -- 12, Hill 0-2 -- 2, Borders 0-0 -- 0, Drone 0-0 -- 0, J. Kuhns 7-6 -- 20, Mayhaus 0-1 -- 1, M. Kuhns 0-0 -- 0, Jahraus 2-0 -- 5. TOTALS 24 FG, 21 FT.

North Clay            6    21    15    13    --    55

Altamont            19    16    18    18    --    71

3-point FG -- Altamont 2 (McGinnis 1, Jahraus 1), North Clay 9 (Walker 2, Micklautz 1, Britton 3, Yoho 3).

Junior Varsity Game

North Clay            7      8    13      6    --    34

Altamont            16    12    18    17    --    63

North Clay -- Coble 0, Rusam 3, Haly 3, VanDyke 1, Worthey 8, Griffy 2, Rinehart 2, Cox 4, Warren 0, Hartsey 6, Young 5, Lucas 0, Cruse 0, Bible 0

Altamont -- Jackman 11, A. Goeckner 4, Caravello 0, McGinnis 14, Celestinos 0, Wolff 12,  Oder 2, Seidel 8, Borders 3, Winn 0, Drone 2, M. Kuhns 7, B. Kuhns 0.

At Teutopolis

In Friday action at J.H. Griffin Gymnasium, Teutopolis edged St. Joseph-Ogden 45-41.

The Wooden Shoes held a 12-5 opening quarter lead and a 24-15 halftime lead. St. Joseph-Ogden came back with a 15-7 third period run to pull within 31-30 going into the final quarter. T-town then had a 14-11 final period edge on four field goals, including a three-pointer and five free throws.

Derek Smith was the lone T-town player in double figures with 14. Kyle Pruemer chipped in with nine.

At Teutopolis

ST. JOSEPH-OGDEN (41)

Woller 0-0 -- 0, Hesterberg 0-1 -- 1, Acklin 1-0 -- 2, Walsh 0-1 -- 1, Patton 4-2 -- 13, Michael 3-3 -- 11, Smith 0-0 -- 0, Schlater 5-3 -- 13. TOTALS 13 FG, 10 FT.

TEUTOPOLIS (45)

Smith 6-0 -- 14, Waldhoff 1-0 -- 2, Will 1-3 -- 5, Hardiek 1-2 -- 4, Falbe 3-0 -- 7, Beck 0-0 -- 0, Schultz 0-0 -- 0, Mette 1-2 -- 4, Pruemer 4-1 -- 9. TOTALS 17 FG, 8 FT.

St. Joseph-Ogden            5    10    15    11    --    41

Teutopolis                      12    12      7    14    --    45

3-point FG -- St. Joseph-Ogden 5 (Patton 3, Michael 2), Teutopolis 3 (Smith 2, Falbe 1).

At Ramsey

Cowden-Herrick handed Ramsey a 57-31 loss in action Saturday. The Hornets led 27-12 at halftime and never looked back.

Luke Moore led the Hornets with 19 points while Tyson Morgason chipped in with 10. Ramsey was led by Kelly with 14.

In Friday's National Trail Conference game with Stewardson-Strasburg, the Hornets fell 56-40. The Hornets held a 13-9 opening quarter lead but Stew-Stras came back with a second quarter run to lead 24-19 at halftime. The Comets then controlled the game the rest of the way.

Justin Fulk led the Comets with 25 points while Jason Becker added 12 and Brandon Helmuth 10. Cowden-Herrick was led by Moore and Ethan Schoonover with 10 each.

Friday's Game

COWDEN-HERRICK (40)

Moore 10, Morgason 5, Burrus 2, S. Barnes 5, Heiserman 6, Black 2, Schoonover 10

STEW-STRAS (56)

Helmuth 10, Helton 4, Roley 2, Becker 12, Bugger 1, Fry 2, Fulk 25

Cowden-Herrick         13      6    13      8    --    40

Stew-Stras                  9    15    15    17    --    56

Junior Varsity Game

Cowden-Herrick            9    17    11     9    --   46

Stew-Stras                  13    18    18    9    --    58

Cowden-Herrick -- Black 21, Burrus 9, D. Barnes 8, Sandiford 4, Lorton 4

Stew-Stras -- Jones 25, Chandler 2, Blythe 8, Rincker 6, Kessler 2, Kramer 3, Bugger 12

Saturday's Game

COWDEN-HERRICK (57)

Moore 19, Morgason 10, S. Barnes 7, Burrus 6, Black 5, Heiserman 4, Schoonover 4, D.Barnes 2

RAMSEY (31)

Knisley 4, Kelly 14, Black 4, Co. Hunt 3, Wesselman 4, Cunningham 2

Cowden-Herrick          16    11    13    17    --    57

Ramsey                        7      5    11      8    --    31

Junior Varsity Game

Cowden-Herrick          16    21    10      6    --    53

Ramsey                       12     9       5    11    --    37

Cowden-Herrick -- Black 16, Burrus 15, Sandiford 7, Lorton 2, Barnes 6, Galvin 3, Wheeler 2, Sphar 2

Ramsey -- Lay 10, Ca. Hunt 5, Adermann 6, Wesselman 6, Casey 10

At Lawrenceville

 Newton sailed out to a 23-10 opening quarter lead Firday evening and downed Lawrenceville 66-41.

The Eagles held a 39-18 halftime lead. Keith Butler tallied 18 points, pulled down 10 rebounds and blocked three shots. Dylan Davidson scored 11 points and had nine assists.

At Lawrenceville

Newton                    23    16    17    10    --    66

Lawrenceville          10      8      8    15    --    41

At Farina

Dieterich claimed a 52-35 victory over South Central Friday evening.

Dalton Hinterscher scored 23 and Brandon Westjohn 11 for the winners. Tanner Traub had seven steals and five assists. Austin Bushue had six steals.

South Central was led by Rudy Hablewitz with 13.