Feb. 11 High School Basketball Scores and Highlights



Springfield, Mo. (For 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!

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Girls Regular Season
Ozark 57, Nixa 44 FINAL  - CLICK HERE FOR STORY - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Hannah Cook chalked up 19 points for Ozark, as the Lady Tigers remain undefeated (5-0) in the COC-Large.

Crane 82, Sparta 52 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
      
In SWCL action, Crane dominated Sparta by a 30-point margin.

Parkview 58, Waynesville 44 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY
       Aubrey Buckley led the way for the Lady Vikings after scoring 21 points. Kianna McDaniel and Brianna Stiles shared double-digit success with 12 and 10 points respectively.
 
Southwest (Washburn) 58, Galena 47 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY
       Southwest takes home their 12th straight victory of the season over Galena on Senior Night, 58-47. Shannon Mitchell led all scorers with 15 points for the Lady Trojans.

New Covenant 65, Spokane 53 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
       Holly Golden led the Lady Warriors with 27 points, while Casey Askins recorded her 1,000th career point after finishing with 23.

Republic 60, Willard 41 FINAL  - CLICK HERE FOR STORYCLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
        The Lady Tigers remain undefeated (21-0) after overcoming Willard on the road. Alice Heinzler paved the way for Republic with a 27-point showing, Alex Botkin chipped in with 18. Amber Percival led Willard with 17 points.

Marshfield 61, Springfield Catholic 29 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Lauren Aldridge poured 21 points of her own in Marshfield's non-conference matchup with Catholic.
 
Ash Grove 57, Skyline 43 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
      Ash Grove moved past Skyline in Mid-Lakes Conference action thanks in large part to the duo of Madi Johnson and Lakin Simmerman, who finished with 13 and 12 points each.

Chadwick 70, Niangua 19 FINAL
        Chadwick's Maddie Hursh knocked down five 3-pointers Monday night to break the single-season record with a total of 123.

Marionville 40, Monett 15 FINAL
      
The Lady Comets improve their season to 18-6 after defeating Monett, 40-15.

Mansfield 54, Forsyth 47 FINAL
       Kailey Morris dropped a 31-point performance on Forsyth Monday night.

Aurora 57, Cassville 19 FINAL
       The Lady Houns held Cassville to a 17-1 second quarter run and never looked back, as Aurora rolled Cassville, 57-19.

Hartville 61, Conway 39 FINAL
        Hartville finds their fourth win in the Summit Conference over Conway, 61-39.

Pierce City 64, Diamond 34 FINAL
        Pierce City clinched their 15th victory of the season, after defeating Diamond by 30 points.

Bolivar 57, Reeds Spring 35 FINAL
        Bolivar's Shelby Roberts and Peyton Peavey both had 10 points for the Lady Liberators.

Strafford 46, Blue Eye 37 FINAL
        Kaylee Larimore netted 13 points in Strafford's win.

Thayer 73, Salem 59 FINAL
       Thayer knocked off Salem to grab their 20th victory, 73-59.
 
Willow Springs 51, Ava 29 FINAL
        Kyndall Bunch contributed 21 points to lead Willow Springs.

Camdenton 74, Lebanon 53 FINAL
         The Lady Lakers used 23 points from Whitney Snow to take home a 74-53 winnner over Lebanon Monday night.

Billings 61, Verona 52 FINAL
         The Lady Wildcats utilized an 18-1 first quarter run to defeat Verona, 61-52.

Glendale 50, Joplin 35 FINAL
       Mariah Starks' double-double performance of 11 points and 15 rebounds was enough for the Lady Falcons to grab a conference win over Joplin, 50-35. Jennifer Pittman scored a game-high 16 points.

Fair Grove 58, Stockton 34 FINAL
       Stockton falls to 12-11 after their loss to Fair Grove on the road.

West Plains 66, Hillcrest 47 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
 
Carl Junction 53, East Newton 43 FINAL

Rogersville 61, Hollister 30 FINAL

Mountain Grove 85, Cabool 43 FINAL

Lamar 54, Seneca 37 FINAL

Purdy 61, Wheaton 54 FINAL

Greenfield 64, Miller 52 FINAL

Nevada 49, Springfield Central 40 FINAL

El Dorado Springs 67, Morrisville 50 FINAL
 
Webb City 67, Carthage 52 FINAL

Kickapoo 80, Rolla 54 FINAL

Branson 55, Neosho 24 FINAL

Boys Regular Season
Greenwood 60, New Covenant 54 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR STORY - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
       The Blue Jays finished with four players in double-figures led by Riley Keith with 19 points.

Springfield Central 65, Seymour 57 FINAL-OT
       D'Angelo Bedell netted a game-high 24 points for the Bulldogs, as Central prevailed in overtime. Tre Robinson tallied up 18 for Seymour.
 
Purdy 61, Wheaton 54 FINAL

Cole Camp 60, Skyline 56 FINAL

Verona 61, Galena 31 FINAL

Weaubleau 65, Dadeville 59 FINAL

Humansville 84, Bronaugh 69 FINAL
 
Niangua 81, Chadwick 37 FINAL
 

 

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