St. Michael Nabs NTC Seventh-Grade Boys Tourney Title

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Published on December 13 2013 12:36 pm
Last Updated on December 13 2013 5:27 pm
Written by Millie Lange

STRASBURG -- Sigel St. Michael claimed the championship of the National Trail Conference Seventh-Grade Boys Basketball Tournament Thursday evening.

St. Michael downed Windsor 31-23 in the title contest. St. Michael held a slight 13-12 halftime lead then had a 12-4 third quarter run and held off Windsor in the final period.

Hoene scored 10 to lead the winners. Beck tallied 14 to lead Windsor.

In the third place contest, St. Elmo/Brownstown defeated Cowden-Herrick 34-25. Cowden-Herrick took the early lead 8-7 but ST/B came back with a 10-4 second period run and had a 9-4 final quarter surge.

Aderman tallied nine and Philpot eight for the winners. Miller led Cowden-Herrick with 11.

The consolation championship went to Altamont over Stewardson-Strasburg 22-11. Altamont led 7-3 after the first quarter and then held Stew-Stras scoreless for a 13-3 halftime lead.

Alek Biggs led the winners with 11 points. Burton led Stew-Stras with seven.

At Stew-Stras

Championship Game

Sigel St. Michael          6    7    12    6    --    31

Windsor                          4    8      4    7    --    23

Sigel St. Michael -- Hoene 10, Wolke 6, Cornell 5, Hansen 4, Hill 4, Fearday 2

Windsor -- Beck 14, Bennett 5, Nichols 2, Greuel 2

Third Place Game

Cowden-Herrick                     8      4    9    4    --    25

St. Elmo/Brownstown          7    10    8    9    --    34

Cowden-Herrick -- Miller 11, Smith 4, Clearwater 4, Martin 2, P. Burks 2, Ewards 2

St. Elmo/Brownstown -- Aderman 9, Philpot 8, Chandler 6, Karnes 6, Healy 5

Consolation Championship

Altamont               7    6    4    5    --    22

Stew-Stras           3    0    0    8    --    11

Altamont -- Biggs 11, Klitzing 2, Hemken 9

Stew-Stras -- Burton 7, Tabbert 1,  Miller 2, Kirby 1

Stew-Stras -- A. Burton 22, Jesgarz 2, Tabbert 2, Weeden 2

 

At Charleston

Effingham St. Anthony picked up a seventh-grade victory over Charleston Thursday evening, 39-29.

The Bullpups took a 16-11 halftime lead then had an 18-8 third period run. Charleston came back with a 10-5 surge in the final period but fell short.

Blanchette led the Bullpups with 15 points while Mendella tallied 10. Charleston was led by Finley with six points.

St. Anthony remains unbeaten on the season with a perfect 9-0 record.

At Charleston

Seventh-Grade Game

St. Anthony          4    12    18      5    --    39

Charleston            2     9      8    10    --    29

St. Anthony -- Blanchette 15, Mendella 10, Ludwig 2, Brandenburger 4, Milleville 3, Strullmyer 2, Wall 3

Charleston -- Simpson 2, Illia 5, Wilson 4, Becker 2, Finley 6, Gowin 4, Garrett 2, Myerscough 4