T-town Junior High Wins Three Shootout Girls Games, BCCH Third In NTC Tourney

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Published on October 28 2013 11:30 am
Last Updated on October 28 2013 1:40 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Teutopolis picked up three victories in its own junior high girls basketball shootout Saturday.

T-town won a seventh-grade game over Champaign Franklin 27-16. Olivia NIemerg tallied 11 points. In eighth-grade play, T-town won over Champaign Franklin 30-17. Macy Michels led the way with 15 points.

Champaign Franklin then beat Decatur Robertson 26-15 in seventh-grade play. Decatur Robertson won the eighth-grade game 33-21.

T-town then beat Decatur Robertson 39-4 in the seventh grade game to improve to 9-2. Morgan Mette scored 10 for the winners. In the eighth-grade game, Decatur Robertson won 35-30. Marianna Hemmen tallied 10 for T-town. T-town is now 6-5 in eighth-grade action.

Teutopolis Shootout

Seventh-Grade Game

Champaign Franklin          0    2      2    12    --    16

Teutopolis                           6    3    16      2    --    27

Champaign Franklin -- Hurton 12, Avants 2, Taylor 2

Teutopolis -- Grimes 6, Mette 4, Niebrugge 1, Niemerg 11, Deters 4, Lustig 1

Eighth-Grade Game

Champaign Franklin          2    5       6      4    --    17

Teutopolis                            2    4    10    14    --    30

Champaign Franklin -- Green 1, Wade 2, Johnson 4, Frazer 2, Hawkins 8

Teutopolis -- M. Hemmen 8, Michels 15, Beckman 2, Niemerg 4 (individuals add up to 29 while 30 listed as final)

Seventh-Grade Game

Decatur Robertson            2    0    2    0    --      4

Teutopolis                         20    8    9    2    --    39

Decatur Robertson -- May 2, Johnson 2

Teutopolis -- Grimes 4, Mette 10, Roepke 2, Gebben 2, Frey 1, Niemerg 6, Bloemer 2, Bushur 4, Deters 4, Lustig 2, Funneman 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Decatur Robertson          17    10      2     6    --    35

Teutopolis                            8      6     11    5    --    30

Decatur Robertson -- Mallory 5, Christopher 12, May 7, Bradford 6, O'Neil 2, Forrest 3

Teutopolis -- L. Hemmen 2, M. Hemmen 10, Michels 6, Grimes 2, Mette 6, Frey 4

 

National Trail Conference Tournament

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick captured third place in the National Trail Conference Seventh-Grade Girls Tournament Saturday. No information was provided on the champoinship and consolation championship games.

BCCH held a 15-12 halftime lead and went on for a 24-19 victory over Stewardson-Strasburg/Windsor. Wojcik tallied 11 and Endsley 10 for the winners. Schlechte led Stew-Stras/Windsor with 11.

BCCH improves to 10-4 on the season.

At Dieterich

Third Place Game

Stew-Stras/Windsor          5    7    5    2    --    19

BCCH                                      6    9    3    6    --    24

Stew-Stras/Windsor -- Schlechte 11, K. Davis 6, Reynolds 2

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Wojcik 11, Endsley 10, Smith 2, Morgason 1

 

At Oblong

Jasper County picked up seventh and eighth grade wins in the LEIC Tournament Saturday.

Jasper County won the seventh-grade game over Robinson 31-19. Josie Grunloh tallied eight points.

In eighth-grade play, Jasper County defeated Red Hill (Bridgeport) 38-13. Abby Frohning scored 13 for the winners.

Jasper County is back in action Monday against Oblong in seventh-grade play and the winner of the Casey-Westfield vs. Cumberland contest in eighth-grade action.

LEIC Tournament

Seventh-Grade

Jasper County          10    9    4    8    --    31

Robinson                      3    3    6    7    --    19

Jasper County -- Grunloh 8, Bergbower 7, Russell 6, Stone 6, Harris 4

Robinson -- no scorers listed

Eighth-Grade Game

Jasper County          13    6    13    6    --    38

Red Hill                        0    7      2     4    --    13

Jasper County -- Frohning 13, Hyatt 6, Cox 5, Baker 4, White 4, Woods 2, Powers 2, Earnest 2

Red Hill -- Bridwell 7, Hobbs 4, Biehl 2