Posted: Friday, 04 January 2013 7:16PM

Jan. 4 Live High School Basketball Updates



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!

High School Boy’s Basketball:
 
Regular Season

Billings 88, New Covenant 75 FINAL  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -   CLICK HERE FOR STORY  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Billings was only up by three at halftime, but the Wildcats turned on their offensive pressure to overcome New Covenant in the final two quarters, 88-75. Brady Chastain and Austin Essick both paved the way for Billings, ending with 30 and 29 points. Chace Smartt finished with 22 for the Warriors.
 
Marionville 63, East Newton 54 FINAL-OT  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS   - SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       The Comets were down by five at the half, but Marionville battled back and closed the game in overtime defeating East Newton by nine. Marionville's Marty Minnis scored 16, and Bryce Zimmerman of East Newton led all scorers with 22 points.

Republic 45, Bolivar 31 FINAL  - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY - SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Republic found scoring success in the third quarter after finishing a 20-10 run to gain their biggest lead of the game early in the second half. The Tigers then finished off the Liberators on the road, 45-31. Cody Geiger led Republic with 20 points.

Fordland 81, Koshkonong 11 FINAL
        J.C. Jones knocked down his 1,000th career point in Fordland's big win over Koshkonong.

Diamond 48, Seneca 44 FINAL
     
  Ryan Jinks led the Wildcats with 20 points, including knocking down a pair of clutch freethrows in the final minute of play to put Diamond out on top over Seneca, 48-44.
 
Fair Grove 71, Stockton 41 FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR STORY
        Stockton falls to the Eagles by 30 points at home Friday night. Fair Grove's Deric Link poured a game-high 23 points.

Parkview 58, Camdenton 27 FINAL
         Parkview's duo of Erik Durham and A.J. Green led the Vikings to victory with 21 and 19 points respectively.

Dora 43, Norwood 42 FINAL
        Treysen Hamilton's 17 point performance assisted Dora to edge off Norwood late in the fourth quarter, 43-42.

Branson 69, Yellville (Ark.) 35 FINAL
         The Pirates overcome Yellville thanks in large part to Thatch Unruh's 22 points.
 
Hillcrest 71, Glendale 57 FINAL  - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY - SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
         In a Ozark Conference matchup, Hillcrest defeated Glendale on the road improving to 6-3. The Hornets used 19 points from Juwan Johnson to roll the Falcons, 71-57.

Conway 71, Morrisville 64 FINAL
         The Bears even their record to 5-5 after topping Morrisville, 71-64. Josh Cunningham led Conway with 17 points.

Marshfield 88, Rogersville 78 FINAL-3OT  - CLICK HERE FOR STORY -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Dadeville 82, Halfway 58 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Mount Vernon 65, Monett 39 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS - CLICK HERE FOR STORY

Vashon 61, Neosho 57 FINAL

Rolla 59, Union 40 FINAL

Hartville 58, Willow Springs 29 FINAL

Springfield Catholic 44, Mountain Grove 38 FINAL

Everton 85, Golden City 54 FINAL

Humansville 49, Climax Springs 48 FINAL

Cabool 76, Summersville 39 FINAL

Skyline 80, El Dorado Springs 60 FINAL

Southwest (Washburn) 67, Exeter 34 FINAL

Forsyth 69, Pleasant Hope 34 FINAL
 
Joplin 43, Francis Howell 40 FINAL

Carl Junction 69, Cassville 48 FINAL

Verona 37, College Heights Christian 23 FINAL

Walnut Grove 52, Hermitage 33 FINAL


Frontenac (Kan.) 58, Lamar 45 FINAL
 
Miller Tournament
Purdy 64, Greenfield 55 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
         Kevin Walker scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Eagles into the championship game of the Miller Tournament. Greenfield's Tristan Long netted 16.

Ash Grove vs. Spokane  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
 
 
 
High School Girl’s Basketball:

Regular Season

Dadeville 60, Halfway 45 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Dadeville drops Halfway by a margin of 15 with the help of Mary Bergman's 27 point contribution. Kersten Shuler scored 23 points despite Halfway's loss.

Kickapoo 66, Lebanon 37 FINAL  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS  -
       The Lady Chiefs knock off Lebanon at home, 66-37. Natalie Closser of Kickapoo finished with a game-high 18 points.

Cassville 38, Blue Eye 36 FINAL
       Cheyenne Sheets led all scorers with 16, but it wasn't enough for Blue Eye as the Lady Bulldogs fall to Cassville in a close one.

Crane 62, Fordland 21 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
     
Forsyth 52, Lutie 13 FINAL

Everton 57, Golden City 47 FINAL

Southwest (Washburn) 58, Exeter 23 FINAL

Walnut Grove 70, Hermitage 27 FINAL
 
Verona 35, College Heights Christian 28 FINAL
Frontenac (Kan.) 64, Lamar 33 FINAL
 
Sparta Tournament

Seymour 65, Gainesville 25 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Chadwick 66, Sparta 32 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Mansfield 51, School of the Ozarks 22 FINAL

Norwood 47, Bradleyville 35 FINAL

 
Liberty Tournament
Hartville 46, Alton 28 FINAL
 
 

 


 


 


 

 


 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

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