Posted: Friday, 01 February 2013 7:17PM

Feb. 1 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!

Boy’s Regular Season
Hillcrest 70, Parkview 32 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
      The Hornets crushed Parkview thanks in large part to Juwan Johnson's 28-point outburst, 23 of which came in the second half. Hillcrest outscored the Vikings 47-11 in the last two quarters of play.

Crane 54, Marionville 37 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY
       Jordan Bowling paved the way for Crane with 19 points, Zach Chastain chipped in with 10. Marionville's Marty Minnis led all scorers with 20.

Kickapoo 67, Lebanon 35 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -   CLICK HERE FOR STORY
       Jack Simpson poured 23 points of his own in Kickapoo's big conference win over Lebanon.

Hartville 57, Fordland 49 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS OF THE GAME   -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY  -   CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS OF PROPOSAL
       Hartville improves to 18-3 after their win over Fordland.

Sparta 58, Pleasant Hope 46 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
        Jacob Shipman knocked down 19 points as Sparta takes home the win. Aaron Jones and Trevor Williams both had 17 for Pleasant Hope.

Reeds Spring 62, Buffalo 44 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Austin Selby's 21-point showing was enough for Reeds Spring to roll Buffalo, 62-44.

Cabool 65, Ava 62 FINAL  - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Tied 40-40 at the end of the third quarter, Cabool pulled through to a 65-62 victory. Austin Gastineau concluded with 37 points regardless of Ava's loss.

Branson 67, Nixa 64 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Thatch Unruh buried a game-winning 3-pointer with two seconds left as Branson upsets Nixa, 67-64. Unruh finished with 31 points to lead the Pirates.

Ozark 72, Willard 70 FINAL-OT  - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY - SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       A Brett Krisik 3-pointer tied the game at 61 to send Ozark into overtime, where they prevailed over Willard to a 72-70 final.

Rogersville 54. Hollister 39 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
        The Wildcats rolled COC-Small rival Hollister by a 15-point margin at home. Justus Boever scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds.

Ash Grove 72, Miller 52 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Miller falls to the Ash Grove Pirates by a 20-point margin.

Republic 48, Webb City 39 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
        The Tigers clinched their 18th win over No. 12 Webb City.
 
Diamond 71, Wheaton 46 FINAL
     
  Logan Myers of Diamond finished with 25 points.

Gainesville 48, Norwood 33 FINAL
        Gainesville takes home a 48-33 winner over Norwood. JD Chadwell collected his 1,000th career point after scoring 14 to lead Norwood. Thomas Ritter had 11 for the Bulldogs.
 
Strafford 75, Stockton 34 FINAL
       Strafford's Jacob Wade tallied up a game-high 14 points.

Fair Grove 71, Skyline 62 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR STORY
      After leading by three at the half, the Eagles continue their offensive momentum to finish off Skyline, 71-62. Brock Derrick netted 28 points for Fair Grove.

Clever 67, Spokane 62 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY
       Dalton Fisher led Clever with 24 points.

Nevada 73, Lamar 60 FINAL
       Nevada used 36 points from Silas Smith to defeat Lamar, 73-60.

Rolla 68, West Plains 53 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS

Walnut Grove 73, Halfway 36 FINAL

Thayer 52, Mountain Grove 40 FINAL

Marshfield 80, Warsaw 76 FINAL

Waynesville 52, Joplin 28 FINAL
 
MV-BT/Liberty 71, Willow Springs 35 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
 
Monett 44, Bolivar 40 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY

Carthage 70, Neosho 41 FINAL
 
Seneca 66, Aurora 48 FINAL

Pierce City 61, Lockwood 40 FINAL

Forsyth 67, Lutie 44 FINAL

Joplin Thomas Jefferson 46, Verona 45 FINAL

Climax Springs 39, Hermitage 34 FINAL

Macks Creek 61, Wheatland 60 FINAL

McDonald County 55, East Newton 47 FINAL

Mansfield 71, Conway 67 FINAL

Jasper 61, Sarcoxie 59 FINAL-2OT


Hurley 75, Niangua 40 FINAL

Everton 107, Bradleyville 52 FINAL
 
College Women
Indiana State 71, Missouri State 67 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY
      Missouri State battled from 13 points down in the second half Friday to force a 56-all tie but was never able to take the lead as Indiana State earned a 71-67 Missouri Valley Conference victory at JQH Arena in Springfield. The Sycamores (12-7, 4-4 MVC) turned the game in their favor with a 21-4 run that took roughly five minutes of game time and spanned both halves to build a 47-34 advantage that was too much for the Lady Bears (10-10, 2-6) to overcome. The teams combined for five scoring runs of 7-0 or better in the first half, including the Lady Bears using a 7-0 spurt to go ahead 30-26 with 3:04 to go in the period. Kenzie Williams began the run with a 3-pointer and Missouri State seemed to grab momentum with four free throws as a result of the Sycamores picking up both a personal and technical foul on the same play, but Indiana State countered with a 13-2 run to close the half with a 39-32 advantage. After the Lady Bears scored to begin the second period, Indiana State rattled off another 8-0 run to lead 47-34 just 2:34 into the half. Missouri State answered with an 8-0 run of its own that included two Williams steals that led to baskets 21 seconds apart, and added three more steals over the next four minutes that culminated with a NiJay Gaines layup that got MSU within a point at 53-52 with 10:03 to play. Hannah Wilkerson’s jumper with 6:18 remaining tied the game at 56-apiece, but the visitors fired back with a 3-pointer to lead 63-58 with exactly four minutes remaining. The Lady Bears were within two points with 2:47 left and again with 52.3 seconds on the clock when Karly Buer knocked down an elbow jumper. The teams exchanged turnovers over the next 16 seconds and the Sycamores hit two free throws before Tyonna Snow made a pair of foul shots for the Lady Bears after a trio of missed 3-pointers with eight seconds remaining. Indiana State then hit two more free throws with 7.2 seconds on the clock to secure the win. The Sycamores shot 50 percent for the game and out-rebounded Missouri State 39-26. The Lady Bears shot 41.8 percent overall and forced 24 ISU turnovers. Whitney Edie led MSU with 19 points and seven rebounds. Snow added 11 points and four steals, and Gaines scored a career-high nine points. Anna Munn scored 27 for the Sycamores.
 
Girl's Regular Season
New Covenant 49, Greenwood 46 FINAL  - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOSCLICK HERE FOR STORY
       The New Covenant Lady Warriors fended off a fourth quarter comeback at Greenwood on Friday night, picking up a 49-46 win against their city rival, the Lady Jays. Crosby Garrison netted 17 despite Greenwood's loss.

Walnut Grove 72, Halfway 24 FINAL
       Heather Harman knocked down a game-high 24 points for Walnut Grove.

Southwest (Washburn) 62, Purdy 57 FINAL
       The Southwest Lady Trojans improve to 19-3 overall and 4-0 in the Ozark 7 Conference with their ninth straight win on the road at Purdy.

Everton 79, Bradleyville 75 FINAL
       Linsey Denney recorded a 48-point performance to give Everton the offensive advantage over Bradleyville.
 
Thayer 70, Koshkonong 52 FINAL
 
Hurley 52, Niangua 27 FINAL

Camdenton 56, Glendale 38 FINAL.

Parkview 52, Jefferson City 32 FINAL

El Dorado Springs 61, Nevada 44 FINAL
 
Seneca Tournament
Willard 58, Seneca 41 FINAL

East Newton 32, Neosho 24 FINAL

College Hockey
Missouri State 13, Loyola 2 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS


 

 

 

 

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