Posted: Tuesday, 11 December 2012 7:13PM

December 11th High School Basketball Scores and Highlights



Springfield, MO (OzarksSportsZone.com)  -- OzarksSportsZone.com, KY3 and KSPR will be all over the area tonight. Here are updates from games around the Ozarks. If you have a score update, DON'T FORGET to text or e-mail us at stats@ky3.com or call 417-268-3055. You can also tweet @OzarksOzone!

High School Boy’s Basketball:

Nixa 77,  Glendale 47 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       MSU recruit Austin Ruder knocks down a game-high of 24 points in Nixa's big win over Glendale at home.

Liberal 63, Sarcoxie 51 FINAL
     Colin McNaught of Liberal scores a game-high of 18 points in the Bulldogs' win over the Bears. Sarcoxie's Justin Myers poured 17 of his own in the loss.

Billings 71, Greenwood 55 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
      Billings' Brady Chastain dropped 20 points and Chad Yeokum contributed 19 in their 71-55 victory over Greenwood, as the Liberators improve to 6-0.
 
Fordland 61, Conway 43 FINAL
      Fordland took an 18 point win over Conway with four players finishing in double figures.
 
Republic 67, Cassville 26 FINAL
     Republic defeats Cassville in a blowout thanks in large part to Jake Fletcher's 20 point performance.

Rogersville 61, West Plains 56 FINAL
       Rogersville's Justus Boever pours in 15 to lead the Wildcats to victory over the Zizzers by a 5 point margin.

Greenfield 49, Stockton 44 FINAL
      Stockton falls to 1-4 this season with their close loss to Greenfield at home.

Rolla 73, Salem 53 FINAL
    
Tyler Kean of Rolla knocks down seven 3-pointers in the Bulldogs' 20 point win over Salem.

Carthage 77, Springfield Central 58 FINAL
   
   Central's DeAngelo Bedell scores a game-high 22 points for the Bulldogs, but it wasn't enough as Carthage's Nathan Reid and his 21 point performance leads the Tigers to a 77-58 win on the road.

Fair Grove 64, Hollister 51 FINAL
    
   The Fair Grove Eagles roll Hollister by a 13 point margin with the help of Jayden Happel's 22 point showing.

Marionville 56, Springfield Catholic 51 FINAL OT
       Catholic's Tyler Johnson scores a game-high 16 points in the Irish's overtime loss to Marionville. The Comets were led by Marty Minnis's 15 point contribution.

Gainesville 65, Forsyth 53 FINAL
       Gainesville held off Forsyth 65-53 with the assistance of Thomas Ridder's 25 point outburst for the Bulldogs.

Cabool 76, Lutie 40 FINAL
       Austin Baker knocked down a game-high of 18 points in Cabool's win Tuesday night.

Humansville 80, Hermitage 56 FINAL
       Stoan Spicher of Humansville drops 28 points on Hermitage at home.
 
Kickapoo 70, Branson 61 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR STORY
       Chris Ward led the way for Kickapoo with 21 points and 15 rebounds in their home game against Branson. Jack Simpson chipped in with 18 for the Chiefs.

Macks Creek 58, Walnut Grove 53 FINAL
       Macks Creek's Dallas Hawk scores a game-high of 29 points, as the Pirates take home the win on the road.
 
Hillcrest 61, Ozark 42 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
      A trio of Hornets found success beyond the 3-point arc Tuesday night and buried the Ozark Tigers 61-42, earning Hillcrest its first home court win in the 2012-2013 season. The scoring started early as the Hornets capitalized on a missed Thomas Nelson 3-point attempt with Hillcrest’s Austin Petry (11 points, 1 assist and a steal) connecting on a long pass to Juwan Johnson (5 points, 1 assist) for a quick two point lay-in. The senior guard’s back-to-back three pointers proved to be a preview of the night’s action, as he was joined on the scoring ledger with two more by classmate Thomas Whitaker and single 3-point buckets by Roy Hardy and Darnell Green-Beckham in a 20-point first quarter.
 
Skyline 71, Buffalo 34 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY

Mount Vernon 41, Ash Grove 38 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY

Spokane 64, Wheaton 41 FINAL

Blue Eye 66, Galena 33 FINAL

Alton 63, MV-BT/Liberty 52 FINAL

Southwest (Washburn) 72, Aurora 59 FINAL

Seneca 57, Neosho 32 FINAL

Bentonville (Ark.) 64, Webb City 53 FINAL

Diamond 63, Pierce City 40 FINAL

Norwood 48, Bakersfield 47 FINAL

Mansfield 44, Mountain Grove 28 FINAL

Dadeville 73, Golden City 58 FINAL

Prairie View (Kan.) 63, Cass-Midway 28 FINAL
 
Clever 50, Hurley 37 FINAL
 
Hartville 68, Ava 62 FINAL
 
Purdy 52, Miller 39 FINAL
 
Men’s College Basketball:
College of the Ozarks 80, Evangel 67 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Evangel could not overcome foul trouble in the second half and College of the Ozarks rallied from five points behind midway through the second half to defeat the Crusaders 80-67 at the Keeter Gym in Point Lookout Tuesday night. Evangel owned a 50-45 lead with 12:31 left but moments earlier were forced to sit out Victor Agbasi and J.J. Williams with four fouls each. The Bobcats outscored the Crusaders 35-17 the rest of the game to pull away for the win. For the second half, College of the Ozarks outscored Evangel 50-33 after the Crusaders had a 34-30 halftime lead.Brodie Wingert led Evangel with 15 points. Zack Kleine and Agbasi added 11. Mike Wiebe had 27 to lead College of the Ozarks while Nathane Simniok posted 26. Evangel dropped to 9-4 while College of Ozarks improved to 10-3. The Crusaders moved to #18 in this week’s NAIA-I national poll.
 
High School Girl’s Basketball:


Crane 69, Hollister 24 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY
      The lady Pirates crush Hollister 69-24, improving to 5-2 on the season.

Jefferson City 76, Glendale 46 FINAL
       Keri Cook of Glendale claims a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds despite the Lady Falcons' loss to Jefferson City.

Walnut Grove 70, Macks Creek 35 FINAL

Purdy 49, Miller 33 FINAL

Diamond 44, Jasper 27 FINAL

Dadeville 70, Golden City 21 FINAL

St. Mary’s Colgan (Kan.) 39, McDonald County 25 FINAL

Webb City 62, Joplin 25 FINAL

Seneca 39, Neosho 34 FINAL

Carthage 66, Carl Junction 51 FINAL
 
Skyline 63, Buffalo 43 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY
 
Cabool 62, Lutie 38 FINAL STORY
 
Hartville 56, Mountain Grove 53 FINAL OT

Wrestling

Seneca defeated Rogersville and the Wildcats tied with Branson.  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS

Willard Nixa 39, Willard 21-Nixa 54, Reeds Spring 24-Willard 37, Reeds Spring 34 - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS

Tiebreaker gives Ozark the victory in home triangular - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY


 

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