Junior High Girls Basketball Results -- October 7

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Published on October 8 2013 11:34 am
Last Updated on October 8 2013 1:02 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Teutopolis split victories with Mattoon in junior high girls basketball competition Monday evening.

T-town defeated Mattoon 26-22 in seventh-grade play. Savannah Grimes and Emma Deters tallied six points each for the winners.

In the eighth-grade contest, Mattoon won 35-15. Mattoon led 17-13 going into the final quarter then had an 18-2 run.

Both T-town teams are 1-1 on the season.

At Teutopolis

Seventh-Grade Game

Mattoon              2    2    6    12    --    22

Teutopolis          6    8    8      4    --    26

Mattoon -- Smith 8, Sanders 4, Otto 8, Bitting 2

Teutopolis -- Grimes 6, Gebben 2, Frey 2, Niemerg 4, Deters 6, Roepke 2, Michaels 2, Bushur 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Mattoon              6    9    2    18    --    35

Teutopolis          6    3    4      2    --    15

Mattoon -- Nichols 2, McDonald 8, Elsea 3, Lee 4, Coffey 12, Arthur 6

Teutopolis -- Hemmen 3, Michels 5, Wellbaum 4, Beckman 1, Niemerg 2

 

At Sigel

Stewardson-Strasburg/Windsor picked up the seventh-grade victory 26-23. K. Davis had 10 points. S. Bueker led St. Michael with 18. SS/Windsor is now 4-0 on the season.

In the eighth-grade contest, St. Michael was a 44-17 winner. Schumacher tallied 15 and Bueker 12. Everett led Stew-Stras/Windsor with 14. The squad drops to 0-4.

At Sigel

Seventh-Grade Game

Stew-Stras/Windsor          10    6    2    8    --    26

St. Michael                             4    8    5    6    --    23

Stew-Stras/Windsor -- Davis 10, Schlechte 8, Cole 4, Bennett 2, Schultz 2

Sigel St. Michael -- S. Bueker 18, Flach 2, H. Bueker 2, Buening 1

Eighth-Grade Game

Stew-Stras/Windsor          4    4      5    4    --    17

St. Michael                         19    9    14    2    --    44

Stew-Stras/Windsor -- Everett 14, Smith 3

Sigel St. Michael -- Schumacher 15, Bueker 12, Niebrugge 9, Jansen 4, Lee 2, Fearday 2

 

At Nokomis

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick fell to Nokomis in both games. BCCH lost the seventh-grade game 31-16. Tabitha Endsley led BCCH with 10 points. BCCH is now 2-1.

In the eighth-grade game, Nokomis was a 39-7 winner. Taylor Oldham scored all seven of BCCH's points. BCCH drops to 1-2 on the season.

At Nokomis

Seventh-Grade Game

BCCH                 4    7      0      5    --    16

Nokomis           5    5    11    10    --    31

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Endsley 10, Smith 4, Morgason 2

Nokomis -- Cesarettiu 6, Beaty 2, Chumley 11, Patkus 9, Clark 2, Adams 1

Eighth-Grade Game

BCCH                  2    2      1    2    --       7

Nokomis          14    6    13    6    --     39

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Oldham 7

Nokomis -- Stauder 7, Blazich 1, Cox 4, Lohman 12, Sanders 5, Huber 7, Hughes 3

 

At Greenup

Jasper County and Cumberland split victories. Cumberland was a 22-15 winner in seventh-grade play.

In the eighth-grade game, Jasper County won 25-20. Abby Frohning led the winners with nine points.

At Greenup

Seventh-Grade Game

Jasper County          8    0    4    3    --    15

Cumberland             4    8    6    4    --    22

Jasper County -- Bergbower 12, Stone 2, Grunloh 1

Cumberland -- no information listed

Eighth-Grade Game

Jasper County          7    6    6    6    --    25

Cumberland             4    4    6    6    --    20

Jasper County -- Frohning 9, Cox 8, Earnest 4, Baker 2, Powers 2

Cumberland -- Guyon 6, Healy 5, Dunaway 4, five points unaccounted for in boxscore.