Seventh-Grade Girls Regional Scores -- Nov. 23

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Published on November 25 2013 12:49 pm
Last Updated on November 25 2013 2:40 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Seventh-grade girls basketball regionals got underway around the state Saturday. Here are area results:

Class 7-1A Effingham Sacred Heart Regional

Effingham Sacred Heart and Sigel St. Michael moved into the championship game of this regional with victories Saturday.

St. Michael opened the regional with a 38-7 victory over Dieterich. St. Michael was led by S. Buenker with 15 points. Robards led Dieterich with seven.

In the second contest, Sacred Heart bounced Martinsville 36-6. The Shamrocks were led by N. Carie with 17 points. Truelove scored all six of Martinsville's points.

Sacred Heart and St. Michael square off tonight at 6 for the regional championship.

At Effingham

Game One

Dieterich                 0     5    2    0    --       7

St. Michael          17    12    3    6    --    38

Dieterich -- Robards 7

Sigel St. Michael -- Lee 2, S. buenker 15, McWhorter 5, Buening 2, Krampe 4, Flach 2, Vogt 2, H. Buenker 6

Game Two

Sacred Heart           11    9    8    8    --    36

Martinsvillle              2    2    2    0    --      6

Effingham Sacred Heart -- K. Carie 4, Stock 6, C. Bushue 2, Webster 7, N. Carie 17

Martinsville -- Truelove 6

 

Class 2A Effingham St. Anthony Regional

Neoga opened action Saturday in this regional by downing Palestine 34-13.

Neoga held a 10-0 first quarter lead and led 16-3 at halftime. Winchester led the winners with 10 points while Easton added eight.

Neoga will now take on Oblong tonight at 6. The second contest features St. Anthony against Brownstown/St. Elmo at 7:15 p.m. The winners then advance to the title contest Wednesday at 6 p.m.

At St. Anthony

Neoga               10    6    6    12    --    34

Palestine            0    3    4      6    --    13

Neoga -- Kingery 4, Howald 6, Walk 4, Easton 8, Winchester 10, Hill 2

Palestine -- Coffman 6, Funlap 1, Agan 6

 

Class 7-3A Altamont Regional

Cumberland won the opening game over Casey-Westfield 17-6. Casey-Westfield scored all six of its points in the first quarter. Cumberland led 12-0 going into the final period. Oakley led the winners with six points.

Iin the second contest, Mayhaus tallied 24 and Schultz 14 in Altamont's 53-7 win over Marshall. Altamont led only 3-2 after the first quarter but broke the game open with a 21-1 second period run.

Cumberland will now face Teutopolis tonight at 6 followed by Altamont taking on Paris Mayo at 7:30. The winners advance to the championship Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

At Altamont

Game One

Casey-Westfield          6    0    0    0    --       6

Cumberland                   4    4    4    5    --    17

Casey-Westfield -- Riggleman 4, Maulding 2

Cumberland -- Ruholl 4, Napner 4, S. Oakley 6, J. Oakley 3

Game Two

Altamont          3    21    23    6    --    53

Marshall           2      1     2    2    --      7

Altamont -- Grimsley 2, Mette 5, Crow 2, Schultz 14,  Mayhaus 24, Nolen 2, Paquette 4

Marshall -- Clark 4, Floyd 2, Garrett 1

 

Class 7-3A Edwards County (Albion) Regional

Edwards County (Albion) and Lawrenceville Parkview will meet for the title of this regional at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

In the first game of the day, Albion downed Robinson Nuttall 29-12. The second game went to Lawrenceville Parkview over Red Hill (Bridgeport) 32-23.

The third contest was claimed by Albion over Jasper County 29-18. Mallory Bergbower led Jasper County with five points.

At Albion

Jasper County          1    8    3       6    --    18

Albion                         9    0    4    16    --    29

Jasper County -- Bergbower 5, Stone 4, Grunloh 4, Russell 2, Bierman 2, Harris 1

Edwards County -- Schmittler 12, Hout 8, Nelson 5, Clodfelter 2, Cowley 2

 

 Class 7-4A Mattoon Regional

Mattoon and Champaign Jefferson advanced in this regional. Mattoon claimed a 19-10 win over Tolono Unity while Champaign Jefferson downed Champaign Edison 37-1.

Mattoon now faces Charleston at 6 p.m. today followed by Effingham meeting Champaign Jefferson at 7:15 p.m. The winners advance to a 6 p.m. championship Tuesday.