Junior High Girls Basketball Results -- October 8

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Published on October 9 2013 1:43 pm
Last Updated on October 9 2013 1:43 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham Sacred Heart and Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick split wins in girls junior high basketball action Tuesday evening.

BCCH won the seventh-grade contest 22-21 to improve to 2-0 in the National Trail Conference, 4-1 overall. Lauren Wojcik and Amanda Smith had eight points each for the winners. Sacred Heart was led by B. Webster with 10.

In eighth-grade play, the Shamrocks won 21-17. Mills tallied nine for the winners. Tabitah Endsley led BCCH with five. BCCH drops to 0-2 in the conference, 1-3 overall.

At Effingham

Seventh-Grade Game

BCCH                        8    6    4    4    --    22

Sacred Heart          5    3    4    9    --    21

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Wojcik 8, Endsley 2, Smith 8, Morgason 4

Sacred Heart -- Bushue 2, Feldhake 2, Webster 10, Carie 7

Eighth-Grade Game

BCCH                        1    2    11    3    --    17

Sacred Heart          7    2      8    4    --    21

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Wojcik 2, Endsley 5, Smith 2, Lorton 4, Oldham 4

Sacred Heart -- McWhorter 4, Cordes 6, Shamhart 2, Mills 9

 

At Teutopolis

Charleston picked up two victories over Teutopolis. Charleston won the seventh-grade game 30-17. Buescher tallied 12 for the winners. T-town was led by Olivia Niemerg with six. T-town drops to 2-1.

In the eighth-grade contest, Charleston was a 42-23 winner. Swango scored 15 and Coffey 14. T-town was led by Macy Michels with eight. T-town drops to 1-2.

At Charleston

Seventh-Grade Game

Teutopolis              4    6      4    3    --    17

Charleston           12    0    15    3    --    30

Teutopolis -- Grimes 2, Frey 2, Niemerg 6, Deters 1, Niebrugge 2, Bushur 4

Charleston -- Crowder 3, Buescher 12, Jackson 2, Lennox 6, Crites 4, Littleford 3

Eighth-Grade Game

Teutopolis              4    9      6       4    --    23

Charleston           10    7    11     14    --    42

Teutopolis -- M. Hemmen 2, Michels 8, Beckman 4, L. Hemmen 3, Frey 5, Deters 1

Charleston -- Griffin 8, Logsdon 2, Sweeny 2, Coffey 14, Swnago 15, Gordon 1

 

At Dieterich

Dieterich hosted Martinsville in an eighth-grade only contest due to low numbers. Dieterich claimed a 33-18 victory.

Leading the winners were Anna Shadle with 20 points and Kate Bloemer with six.

 

At Windsor

Stewardson-Strasburg/Windsor split wins with Neoga. Stew-Stras/Windsor won the seventh-grade contest 34-6.  Schlechte tallied 21 points for the winners to improve to 4-0 in the National Trail Conference, 5-0 overall.

In eighth-grade action, Neoga was an 18-15 winner. Banning led Neoga with 10 points. Schlechte tallied eight for Stew-Stras/Windsor (0-4, 0-5).

At Windsor

Seventh-Grade Game

Stew-Stras/Windsor          11    10    11    2    --    34

Neoga                                     4      0      0    2    --       6

Stew-Stras/Windsor -- Schlechte 21, Davis 6, Cole 3, Schultz 2, Davis 2

Neoga -- Easton 2, Winchester 2, Hill 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Stew-Stras/Windsor          2    4    6    3    --    15

Neoga                                   4    2    6    6    --    18

Stew-Stras/Windsor --  Schlerchte 8, Everett 5, K. Davis 2

Neoga -- Banning 10, Atwell 6, Cline 2

 

At Altamont

Altamont picked up two victories over Vandalia. Altamont was a 32-14 winner in seventh-grade competition. R. Kuhns tallied 11.

In the eighth-grade game, Altamont won 28-10. C. McHugh had seven points for the winners.

At Altamont

Seventh-Grade Game

Vandalia              2    6      0    6    --    14

Altamont           13    6    11    2    --    32

Vandalia -- Johnson 2, Mills 4, McKinney 4, Ward 2, Pyle 2

Altamont -- Grimsley 6, Mette 2, Schultz 5, Mayhaus 8, Kuhns 11

Eighth-Grade  Game

Vandalia           2    2    4    2    --    10

Altamont          7    8    6    7    --    28

Vandlaia -- Palmer 8, Austin 2

Altamont -- K. Wolff 3, McHugh 7, Hosick 6, Stone 6, Mayhaus 4, H. Wolff 2