VIDEO:Teutopolis Smashes St. Anthony; Other Friday Night Basketball Finals

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Published on February 2 2013 2:18 am
Written by Greg Sapp

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The Teutopolis Wooden Shoes spotted the St. Anthony Bulldogs an early 10-3 lead, but took off from there and never looked back in smashing the Bulldogs 70-34 in action Friday night at J.H. Griffin Gym.  The game was heard on 979XFM and www.979xfm.com. 

From that seven-point lead, the Wooden Shoes outscored St. Anthony 17-4 to lead 20-14 at the end of the first quarter.  The Shoes held the Bulldogs to single digits in the final three quarters, 16-7 in the second quarter to lead 36-21 at halftime, 20-6 in the third quarter to lead 56-27, and 14-7 in the fourth quarter to win by 36 points.

Teutopolis shot 48% from the field, making 29 of 60 shots including six of 15 on three-pointers.  The Shoes made just six of 12 foul shots, committed just 12 turnovers, five in the second half, and grabbed 28 rebounds.

St. Anthony shot 39% from the field, making 14 of 36 shots including two of six three-pointers.   The Bulldogs made four of just five foul shots, committed a whopping 27 turnovers, and pulled down 24 rebounds.

Teutopolis' Derek Smith led all scorers with 15 points on six of 12 shooting with five rebounds and three assists.  Kyle Pruemer scored 12 points, grabbed nine rebounds and rang up four assists, Reed Hardiek scored 12 points including three threes, Devin Falbe scored eight points, Rourke Schultz scored seven points with four rebounds and two assists, Jared Waldhoff and Cody Will each scored six points with four assists for Waldhoff and two for Will, and Tyler Windell and Louis Niemerg each scored two points.

Jacob Schuette led St. Anthony with 10 points, four rebounds and two assists, Neil Williams had nine points on four of five shooting with two assists, Jason Vogel scored eight points and grabbed seven rebounds, Connor Greene hit a three-pointer and Alex Hoelscher and Andrew Gardewine each scored two points.

Teutopolis improved to 21-3 on the season, while St. Anthony slipped to 7-15.

Teutopolis won the JV game 57-37.  Reed Hardiek had 15 points and Brett Mette had 13 points to lead Teutopolis; for St. Anthony, Nick Grunloh scored 11 points, Zach Gardewine 10 points, and Jeff Niebrugge, Matt Gibson and Eric Gurtner four points each.

VIDEO: Teutopolis vs. St. Anthony

IN OTHER GAMES FRIDAY NIGHT:

Mt. Zion 83, Paris 48

Dieterich 71, North Clay 51 (Dalton Hinterscher scored 34 points including five threes to pace the Movin Maroons to the win; also for Dieterich: Brandon Westjohn 10 points, Tanner Traub, Alex Bohnhoff and Travis Niemerg six points each, Austin Bushue four points, Cody Gephart three points and Reid Shoemaker two points; for North Clay: Lawson Britton 15 points, Nate Micklautz nine points, Cody Yoho and Dylan Walker eight points each, Kody VanDyke seven points, Adam Cox and Brantly Griffy two points each)

Marshall 64, Cumberland 32 (for Cumberland: Kole Butler seven, Bauguss six, Napier five, Trevor Brumleve four, Colton Ingram three, Tyler Phillips and Shon two each, and Spencer Kuhn, Beard and Wolke one each)

Robinson 61, Newton 41 (Robinson led 14-4 after the first quarter, 30-13 at halftime and 47-21 after three periods before Newton outscored the Maroons 20-14 in the final period; Keith Butler had seven points and seven rebounds for Newton, also for Newton: Dylan Johnson eight, Gunner Pickens five, Blake Ebeling five, Travis Lidy five, Lucas Stone four, Corey Davidson three, Weston Shipman two, Dylan Davidson two)

Charleston 69, Salem 54 

Tolono Unity 56, Shelbyville 44

South Central 48, Windsor 38 (for South Central: Rudy Hablewitz 18, Fischer Tharp 15, Noah Powless six, Gavin Ratterman, Joel Rose and Austin Schwarm two each and Chane Riley one; for Windsor: Alex Allen 11, Hayden Cole and Tristan Warner 10 each, Trey Leasher five and Aaron White two)

Okaw Valley 65, Beecher City 42 (for Beecher City: Brady Barnes 11, Donovan Riley 10, Doug Krueger eight, Adam Doty five, and Brandon Gardner, Carter Wills, Blake McKay and Wyatt Giles two each)

Pana 66, Gillespie 56

Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin 66, Taylorville 56

Olney East Richland 50, Oblong 37