Posted: Friday, 07 December 2012 7:23PM

December 7th 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!

Men’s Basketball:
Mansfield Tournament:
Gainesville 68, Niangua 64 FINAL
Houston 50, Fordland 41 FINAL
      In the Mansfield Tournament, Aaron Cantrell lead the Tigers with 14 points in the Tigers' consolation semifinal win.

Rogers (Ark.) Tournament:
Webb City 58, Mount Vernon 47 FINAL
Rogers-Heritage (Ark.) 55, Waynesville 54 FINAL OT
       Out at the Rogers (Ark.) Tournament, Webb City knocks off Mount Vernon by a margin of 9 in the semifinals. Rogers-Heritage (Ark.) sneaks by Waynesville in a 1 point nail biter. Webb City will play Rogers-Heritage (Ark.) in the championship Dec. 8 at 6:00. Mount Vernon will square off against Waynesville for the bronze at 4:30.

Seneca Tournament:
Lamar 55, Seneca 53 FINAL 3OT
Diamond 54, Miami (Okla.) 51 FINAL
     
 
Regular Season:
Warrensburg 51, Nevada 43 FINAL
      Warrensburg makes a comeback in the second half, taking home the win over Nevada 51-43. Jones game high performance of 17 points paved the wave for the Tigers, as Thompson scored 11 and both Denker and Bell each knocked down 10.

Fair Play 67, Sparta 54 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR A STORY AND PHOTOS - SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
      Lance Schaffer of Fair Play scored a game high of 21 points, as the Hornets improve to 5-0 this season.

Monett 51, McDonald County 46 FINAL OT
     
Kyle Woods sends the match-up between Monett and McDonald County to overtime, 44-44. Monett thengoes on to drop McDonald County 51-46, only allowing the Mustangs to score 2 points in overtime.
 
Strafford 59, Crane 49 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
     The Indians remain undefeated while handing Crane their first loss of the season. Strafford's Jacob Wade scores 21 points in their home win Friday night.

Republic 59, Shiloh Christian (Ark.) 31 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
      At the end of the first quarter, Republic goes on a 18-2 run to lead Shiloh Christian (Ark.) 24-9. The Tigers defense seemed relentless, as they defeat Shiloh Christian (Ark.) and their Creighton recruit by a margin of 28 points.

Conway 71, Mountain Grove 38 FINAL -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
      Freshman Hunter Dame lead Conway with a game high of 15 points in the Bears victory over Mountain Grove. Conway's Nathan Neal also contributed 14 points with 11 rebounds.

Billings 75, Pierce City 50 FINAL  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS    
The defending class 2 state champs, #1 Billings rocked Pierce City 75-50 with the help of the senior dynamic duo of Brady Chastain (26) and Austin Essick (23).

Springfield Catholic 77, Pleasant Hope 24 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
 
Bolivar 69, Aurora 40 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
      The Liberators won by double digits over Aurora, as Chance Rash lead the Bolivar with 28 points.

Marion C. Early 45, Miller 37 FINAL
      Dustin Hargus shined for Marion C. Early, knocking down 17 points with 7 assists in the Panthers' first road game of the regular season.

Kickapoo 65, Carthage 42 FINAL
     The Chiefs stomp Carthage 65-42, with the help of Tyler Bussell (13) and Matt Ridder (12). Chris Ward also added 11 points for the Chiefs.

MV-BT/Liberty 73, Licking 66 FINAL
      Liberty was down by 5 at the half, but the Eagles regained momentum in the last two quarters to vanquish Licking 73-66. Despite losing, Lane Duncan showed a dominant performance on the court scoring a game high of 38 points for the Wildcats.

Skyline 77, Warsaw 71 FINAL OT
     Skyline's duo of Dillon Mountain (16) and Ryan Melton (15) help surpass Warsaw in overtime, 77-71.

Golden City 36, Joplin Thomas Jefferson 34 FINAL
     
Dakota Triplett scored a game-high 17 points to lead Golden City.
 
Purdy 46, East Newton 40 FINAL

Clever 59, Ash Grove 44 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Everton 83, Dadeville 73 FINAL
 
Cole Camp 69 Blair Oaks 63 FINAL

Ozark 61, Springfield Central 52 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR A STORY AND PHOTOS

Riverton (Kan.) 55, Jasper 26 FINAL
 
Rogersville 67, Neosho 34 FINAL

Carl Junction 76, Parsons (Kan.) 30 FINAL

Fair Grove 70, Buffalo 55 FINAL

Osceola 64, Stockton 43 FINAL

Willard 55, Lebanon 38 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR A STORY AND PHOTOS
 
Wheaton 52, Verona 50 FINAL OT

Hollister 57, Blue Eye 40 FINAL

Walnut Grove 61, Galena 47 FINAL
 
New Covenant 84, Hurley 55 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
 
Thayer 49, Couch 41 FINAL
 
Women’s Basketball:
 
Cabool Tournament:
Willow Springs 54, Dora 40 FINAL    
Seymour 54, Mountain Grove 40 FINAL
Out in the Cabool Tournament, Kyra Bunch lead Willow Springs to a 54-40 victory over Dora with a game high score of 23 points. Kyndall Bunch also added 16 for the Lady Bears. Seymour's duo of Braythan Helms and Randi Deckard both scored team-high of 16 points.

Hermitage Tournament:
Hermitage  46, Humansville 11 FINAL
Climax Springs 58, Wheatland 48 FINAL

 
Joplin Tournament:
Nixa 52, Webb City 45 FINAL
Neosho 48, Joplin 19 FINAL
 
Kickapoo Tournament:
Rogers (Ark.) 58, Rogersville 43 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Kickapoo 54, Crane 50 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS      -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Parkview 78, Jefferson City 61 FINAL
     In the Kickapoo Tournament, Rogers (Ark.) rolled Rogersville thanks in large part to Taylor Stickland's 28 point outburst. Natalie Closser of Kickapoo lead the Lady Chiefs with 22 points in their close win over Crane in pool play. Parkview seeks revenge over Jefferson City 78-61, after losing their first game of the Kickapoo Tournament to Crane. Aubrey Buckley knocks down a game high 35 points to improve the Lady Vikings' record to 1-1.
 
Tournament of Champions:
Ozark 54, Fort Smith-Northside (Ark.) 51 FINAL 3OT
     Bri Justis knocks down a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the Lady Tigers to the championship Dec. 8.
 
Regular Season:
Branson 46, Carl Junction 32 FINAL
      The Lady Pirates put away Carl Junction by a 14 point margin with the double-digit help of Ashley Forrest (14) and Moriah Dapprich (13).

Stockton 50, Osceola 41 FINAL
     Sydnee Garrett knocks down 18 for Stockton in their 9 point victory over Osceola.

Skyline 61, Warsaw 27 FINAL
     Skyline more than doubles Warsaw with the 16 point contribution from Krista Gideon.

St. Clair 55, Waynesville 54 FINAL

Thayer 58, Couch 33 FINAL

Pleasant Hope 74, Forsyth 32 FINAL

Dadeville 68, Everton 37 FINAL

Verona 43, Wheaton 24 FINAL

Riverton (Kan.) 39, Jasper 32 FINAL

Southwest (Washburn) 63, McAuley Catholic 18 FINAL


GIRL'S SWIMMING: Kickapoo, Glendale, Ozark and Marshfield swimmers at Foster Natatorium.  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS














 

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