Posted: Friday, 14 February 2014 7:19PM

Feb. 14 Live High School Basketball Updates

Springfield, Mo. (  --, 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 or call 417-268-3055. You can also tweet @OzarksOzone!

High School Boy's Basketball:

Regular Season:

       Glendale's Cameron Maes led the game with 23 points. Zach Cameron-Chodes scored 20 for Parkview.

Crane 64, Blue Eye 49 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
        Justin Washington paved the way for Crane with 21 points and a career-high 26 rebounds.

Nixa 59, Republic 39 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
         Jacob Ruder scored 18 points for Nixa.

Aurora 62, Carl Junction 60 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY
        Garrett Bader led Aurora with 21 points.

       Cody Allhands put up 29 points in Ash Grove's victory.

Osceola 79, Hermitage 41 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
       Osceola remains undefeated with a win over Hermitage.

Kickapoo 75, Joplin 58 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
       Matt Ridder went five of seven from 3-point range to collect 27 points in Kickapoo's conference win over Joplin.

Stockton 70, Pleasant Hope 37 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY
          Colby Walker with 13 points for Stockton.

Billings 72, Niangua 71 - FINAL
       Dawson Meyer fueled Billings after dropping a game-high 40 points.

Fair Grove 64, Marionville 45 - FINAL
       Fair Grove's Jayden Happel scored 22 points, Kyle Cavanaugh was close behind with 20.

Waynesville 58, West Plains 55 - FINAL
       Kelleion Williams hit a buzzer beating three to give Waynesville the conference win.
Winona 47, Norwood 42 - FINAL
       Tre Thomason led Winona with 20 points. Brady Jenkins scored 16 for Norwood.

Marshfield 79, Hollister 66 - FINAL
Blayne Armstrong and Wyatt Findley both scored 20 points to pace the Blue Jays. Hollister was led by Blake Woods' 23-point performance.

Willard 57, Carthage 34 - FINAL
        Chris Kendrix dropped 28 points in Willard's win over Carthage. The Tigers improve to 17-5 and 4-0 in the COC-Large.

Sparta 84, School of the Ozarks 58 - FINAL
        Ian Letterman and Dylan Hatch netted 19 and 15 points, respectively. Billy Evans scored 23 points for the Patriots.

Miller 67, College Heights Christian 51 - FINAL
       Miller improves to 7-0 in the Spring River Valley Conference. Chance Mehrhoff knocked down 15 points for Miller, Isaac Hill had 13.

Pierce City 62, Jasper 56 - FINAL
       Pierce City finished with three players in double figures, led by Zack Hyde's 20 points.

Licking 61, Richland 49 - FINAL
       Duncan dropped 38 points for Licking, and Hood added 17. Licking improves to 15-6 on the season.

Purdy 62, McAuley Catholic 59 - FINAL
       Purdy improves their record to 12-10. Alex Mareth scored 22 points to lead Purdy.

Lockwood 62, Golden City 48 - FINAL
       Lockwood finished with three players in double figures led by Ben Schnelle with 13 points.

Thayer 75, Houston 42 - FINAL
         Thayer moves to 19-3 on the season.

Hillcrest 76, Lebanon 62 - FINAL
         Freshman Jack Ehrnhardt led Lebanon with 18 points. Conner Hicks had 12 points and 10 assists.

Springfield Catholic 74, Buffalo 15 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR STORY
       Leighton Youngblood scored a career-high 21 points for the Fighting Irish. Jack Kerr chipped in with 15.

Greenfield 60, Sarcoxie 54 - FINAL
        The Sarcoxie Bears fall to 16-6 on the season.

Gainesville 67, Mansfield 44 - FINAL
         Gainesville's Treydon Rackley finished the night with 17 points.

Macks Creek 59, Fair Play 50 - FINAL
       Austin Mitchell led Macks Creek with 32 points.


Exeter 44, Verona 40 - FINAL

Southwest (Washburn) 71, Wheaton 33 - FINAL

Dora 79, New Covenant 32 - FINAL

Greenwood 53, Joplin Thomas Jefferson 24 - FINAL

Bradleyville 78, Lutie 36 - FINAL

Mount Vernon 78, Lamar 74 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS

Salem 61, Willow Springs 57 - FINAL

Seneca 64, Monett 61 - FINAL/OT

Ozark 63, Neosho 28 - FINAL

MV-BT/Liberty 89, Cabool 55 - FINAL

Branson 58, Webb City 46 - FINAL

Forsyth 67, Reeds Spring 52 - FINAL

Hartville 65, Seymour 42 - FINAL

East Newton 49, Cassville 45 - FINAL

Conway 70, El Dorado Springs 55 - FINAL

McDonald County 49, Nevada 46 - FINAL/OT

Spokane 61, Galena 30 - FINAL

Liberal 61, Diamond 45 - FINAL

Halfway Tournament
Walnut Grove 77, Wheatland 67 - FINAL

Rolla vs. Camdenton
Mountain Grove vs. Ava
Ellington vs. Eminence
Dadeville vs. Everton
Warsaw vs. Osage

College Men
Waldorf 70, College of the Ozarks 63 - FINAL
       The College of the Ozarks Bobcats dropped a game Friday evening to Waldorf College, as they were defeated 70-63.  Three-point shooting played a huge role in the Waldorf victory, as the Waldorf Warriors drained 12 three-pointers to the Ozarks’ two.  College of the Ozarks’ Junior Pete Leonard posted a double-double, scoring 16 points and pulling down 10 rebounds.  Simniok was the only other Bobcat in double-digit scoring with 14.  Eric Brewer led Waldorf with 23 points, including 6 three-pointers.  The loss brings the Bobcats’ record in the MCAC to 7-4, 19-7 overall.

High School Girl's Basketball:

Regular Season:

Spokane 51, Galena 49 - FINAL/OT
       Galena's Kenna Greenway scored 19 points to lead all scorers. Meghan Robertson netted 16 for Spokane.

Pierce City 59, Jasper 49 - FINAL
       Bailee Hayward led the way with 18 points for Pierce City, Christine Younker was close behind with 16, and Mattie Brottlund had 12.

Webb City 43, Branson 40 - FINAL
       Ashley Forrest contributed 15 points in Branson's loss to Webb City.

Buffalo 60, Springfield Catholic 53 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
Buffalo's duo of Morgan Henderson and Taylor Faulkner paved the way for Lady Bison, as Henderson finished with 25 points, and Faulkner scored 22. Chelsea Collins led all scorers with 26 points for Catholic, and Megan Loethen had 13.

Ozark 57, Blue Springs 51 - FINAL
       Hannah Cook netted 24 points for Ozark, Makensi Taylor had 13.

Bradleyville 77, Lutie 19 - FINAL
       Bradleyville's Alexis Landis led the Lady Eagles with 20 points, eight steals, and six assists. Ellie Combs contributed 16 points, Breanna Kastner had 13 points and eight steals, and Emily Todd added 13.

Strafford 76, Willow Springs 48 - FINAL
       Beth Sherbo scored 12 points to lead Willow Springs.

Dora 70, New Covenant 45 - FINAL
       Dora's Kelley scored 20 points, and Land finished with 17.

Chadwick 58, Joplin Thomas Jefferson 13 - FINAL
       Chadwick improves to 18-5 on the season.

Osceola 55, Hermitage 36 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS

McDonald County 30, Nevada 28 - FINAL

Thayer 55, Houston 51 - FINAL

Macks Creek 57, Fair Play 49 - FINAL

Purdy 36, McAuley Catholic 25 - FINAL

Verona 56, Exeter 50 - FINAL

Liberal 59, Diamond 39 - FINAL

Golden City vs. Lockwood
College Heights Christian vs. Miller
Blue Eye vs. Billings

Newburg Tournament
Licking 42, Laquey 31 - FINAL
       Laquey's Skidmore dropped a game-high 27 points despite the loss. Hebblethwaite had 12 points for Licking.

College Women
Northern Iowa 79, Missouri State 60 - FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY

College of the Ozarks 93, Waldorf 74 - FINAL
        The #17 College of the Ozarks Lady Bobcats celebrated their Valentine’s Day with a victory over Waldorf College, 93-74.  Waldorf, down by 16 at the end of the first half, came back strong in the second half to draw within six of the Lady Cats.  However, the Bobcats went on a scoring run to widen their lead to 18 with 9:10 remaining and never looked back.  Leading the Lady Bobcats was freshman Alice Heinzler with 22, followed by Brandy Uchtman’s 16 points and Emily Walker scoring 15.  College of the Ozarks dominated the boards 39-25 and scored 25 points off Waldorf turnovers.   Brenna Brigham led the Waldorf scorers with 16, shooting 4-4 from three-point range.  The win brings the Lady Bobcats’ record to 21-6 overall (9-2 in conference play).

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