Posted: Friday, 08 February 2013 7:29PM

Feb. 8 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:
Marshfield 56, Hollister 51 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS   -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       The Blue Jays of Marshfield edged by COC-Small rival Hollister, 56-51.

Cassville 58, East Newton 40 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY
      Senior Garrett Kirk led the way for the Wildcats with 20 points and eight rebounds, as Cassville never trailed in the contest.

Dora 73, New Covenant 71 FINAL-OT  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Dora rallies late in the fourth quarter and prevails in the end to knock off New Covenant in overtime, 73-71.
 
Nevada 64, McDonald County 29 FINAL
       Silas Smith collected his 1,000th career point after dropping 26 on McDonald County.

Stockton 65, Pleasant Hope 39 FINAL
       Stockton picked up their first conference win over Pleasant Hope on the road, 65-39.
 
Willard 62, Carthage 43 FINAL   -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
        Chris Kendrix led Willard with his 22-point showing.

Gainesville 50, Mansfield 37 FINAL
        Gainesville's Zack Boss shined for the Bulldogs with a double-double performance of 14 points and 12 rebounds.

Hillcrest 85, Lebanon 43 FINAL
       
The Hornets scored 16 3-pointers to dominate Ozark Conference rival Lebanon, 85-43. Brady Petry contributed 25 points for Hillcrest.
 
Mount Vernon 62, Lamar 31 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
         Mount Vernon's head coach Skip Brock brought home his 400th career win Friday night.

MV-BT/Liberty 77, Cabool 64 FINAL
          Liberty knocked off conference rival Cabool on the road thanks in large part to the 35-point outburst of James Denton. Jaelon Acklin recorded his 1,000th career point for the Eagles, while Taylor Bay scored 20 despite Cabool's loss.

Ava 49, Mountain Grove 42 FINAL
          Ava's Austin Gastineau netted a game-high 21 points.

Springfield Catholic 70, Buffalo 55 FINAL
          The Fighting Irish utilized a balanced offensive approach with four players finishing with double-figures to overcome the Bison of Buffalo, 70-55.

Fair Grove 61, Marionville 42 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
          Deric Link tallied up 22 points to lead the Eagles to a 61-42 victory.

Strafford 66, Skyline 40 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
        Strafford was led by Kyle Foley with 13 points.

Seneca 63, Monett 31 FINAL
         Seneca remains undefeated in the conference (5-0) after defeating Monett on the road.

Parkview 72, Glendale 54 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
        Erik Durham poured 35 points and six steals of his own in Parkview's big win over Springfield city rival Glendale.

Nixa 43, Republic 41 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  - CLICK HERE FOR STORY - SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
        After leaving the game previously due to an arm injury, Austin Ruder returned late in the second half to beat the buzzer with a game winning 3-pointer to give the Eagles their 18th win of the season. Ruder led all scorers with 17 points.

Billings 70, Clever 57 FINAL  - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOSCLICK HERE FOR STORY - SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Brady Chastain knocked down his 1,500th career point in Billings win over Clever. Chastain ended with a game-high 27 points.
 
Pierce City 55, Jasper 47 FINAL
      Zack Hyde led Pierce City with 17 points.
 
Carl Junction 79, Aurora 55 FINAL

Crane 49, Blue Eye 43 FINAL

Salem 50, Willow Springs 45 FINAL

Spokane 45, Galena 32  FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS

Kickapoo 59, Joplin 35 FINAL

Liberal 44, Diamond 42 FINAL

Verona 59, Exeter 53 FINAL

Reeds Spring 46, Forsyth 40 FINAL


Ozark 90, Neosho 28 FINAL
 
Branson 50, Webb City 45 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Hartville 52, Seymour 46 FINAL

Fair Play 80, Macks Creek 64 FINAL

Greenwood 50, Joplin Thomas Jefferson 40 FINAL

Greenfield 75, Sarcoxie 49 FINAL

Thayer 54, Houston 45 FINAL

Waynesville 59, West Plains 51 FINAL
 
Purdy 73, McAuley Catholic 62 FINAL

Miller 68, College Heights Christian 37 FINAL
 
Camdenton 69, Rolla 64 FINAL-OT
 
 
Halfway Tournament
Halfway 68, Climax Springs 61 FINAL
Wheatland 71, Humansville 69 FINAL
Walnut Grove 67, Weaubleau 43 FINAL
        Out in the Halfway Tournament, the host Cardinals finished with fifth place over Climax Springs, 68-61. Wheatland clinched the bronze in a 71-69 final, and Walnut Grove takes home the gold after crushing Weaubleau in the championship, 67-43.

College Women
College of the Ozarks 81, Saint Mary's (Neb.) 73 FINAL  -   CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       C of O's Coach George Wilson picked up his 999th win Friday night over Saint Mary's by an 8-point margin.

Missouri State 91, Bradley 86 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY   -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       The Missouri State Lady Bears cracked the 90-point barrier for a second consecutive game Friday evening, out-running Bradley for a 91-86 Missouri Valley Conference victory at JQH Arena. Kenzie Williams hit six 3-pointers on the way to a career-high 23 points to lead five Lady Bears (12-10, 4-6 MVC) in double figures, while the Braves fell to 9-12 and 3-7 in league play. Missouri State never trailed in the game and led by as many as 13 points in each half, but the persistent Braves threw numerous runs at the Lady Bears, the last of which made it a two-point contest in the game’s final minute. Williams’ sixth trey of the game gave MSU an 86-76 lead with just 1:40 remaining before Bradley ripped off a 7-0 run in 55 seconds to make it a one-possession game at 86-83 with 45 seconds to go. A frenetic last few seconds included two Karly Buer free throws for an 88-83 lead followed by a BU 3-pointer and MSU turnover that gave the Braves the ball down a score with 32 seconds left .Hannah Wilkerson became the MSU hero after that, stealing a BU pass with 18 seconds to play, making one free throw, then grabbing an offensive rebound on the second of two MSU free throw misses with 7.7 ticks left before draining a pair from the charity stripe for the final margin. Williams added a blocked shot with 8.2 seconds remaining during the final sequence. The first 38 minutes of the game played out much like the final two with the Lady Bears building substantial leads, only to see Bradley chip away. MSU led 14-8 at the first media timeout and was ahead by double digits at 21-10 on a Whitney Edie 3-pointer with 13:19 left in the first half. The Braves pulled within five points before Tyonna Snow and Williams book-ended a 14-2 MSU run with 3-pointers for a 37-21 score and 6:30 left in the period. Missouri State’s 16-point lead evaporated in less than five minutes as the Braves used an 18-2 run to tie the game at 39-39, and Christiana Shorter, Williams and Buer each scored three points in a 9-0 run over the final 77 seconds of the first half. MSU was back ahead by 13 with 18:09 to go in the game, and saw a 65-53 lead cut to 65-62 with 10:51 to go. The Braves pulled to 70-69 with 8:35 left before the Lady Bears went on a 12-0 run and held BU without a point for over four minutes to lead 82-69 at the 5:48 mark. Shorter locked up her 25th career double-double before halftime and finished with 17 points and 11 rebounds, while Edie had 20 points and eight boards. Buer added 13 points, eight rebounds and six assists, and Tyonna Snow rounded out the double-figure scorers with 10 points. Missouri State shot 33-71 overall compared to 34-74 for the Braves. The Lady Bears made 10 treys and out-scored BU 15-7 at the charity stripe. MSU held a 51-31 rebounding edge, including 24 offensive boards that led to 26 second-chance points.
 
 
Girl's Regular Season

Galena 72, Spokane 43 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS

Dora 73, New Covenant 34 FINAL  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
        Dora clinched their 20th win of the season against New Covenant.

Webb City 60, Branson 41 FINAL   -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Miller 59, College Heights Christian 29 FINAL

Everton 51, Niangua 28 FINAL

Ava 52, Forsyth 46 FINAL

Diamond 37, Liberal 36 FINAL

Nevada 53, McDonald County 32 FINAL

Dadeville 68, Morrisville 43 FINAL


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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