Jan. 25 High School Basketball Scores and Highlights



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Boys Basketball
 
Regular Season
Gainesville 60, Lutie 40 FINAL
       Thomas Ritter knocked down a game-high 22 points to assist Gainesville to a 60-40 win over Lutie Friday night. Zach Voss followed up with a double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds.
 
Marionville 58, Spokane 44 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Spokane head coach Larry Brown was ejected after two technical fouls in the Owls loss to Marionville, 58-44. Marty Minnis led Marionville with 16 points, while Christian Brown of Spokane scored 24.


Greenwood 59, Springfield Catholic 52 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
        The Blue Jays defeated Catholic with four players in double-figures. Riley Kieth led with 17 for Greenwood.

Rolla 51, Joplin 48 FINAL
        Joplin loses their late second half fight with Rolla on the road, 51-48.

Skyline 82, Stockton 51 FINAL
        Jordan Edge shined in Skyline's big win with 22 points as they improve to 15-4 on the season.

Hartville 62, Houston 48 FINAL

Branson 58, Parkview 50 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
 
Everton 86, Halfway 50 FINAL
 
Ash Grove 80, Pleasant Hope 25 FINAL
 
McAuley Catholic 56, Joplin Thomas Jefferson 50 FINAL
 
Thayer 81, Bakersfield 52 FINAL

Neosho 53, McDonald County 43 FINAL


Wheatland 82, Dadeville 74 FINAL

Walnut Grove 50, Humansville 36 FINAL

Pierce City 43, Sarcoxie 36 FINAL

Wheaton 70, Exeter 41 FINAL

Lamar 47, St. Marys Colgan (Kan.) 39 FINAL

Blue Eye 68, Chadwick 29 FINAL

Miller 74, Golden City 49 FINAL

 

Bolivar Tournament
Webb City 57, Aurora 41 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Morrisville 49, Cassville 23 FINAL
Bolivar 56, Marshfield 42 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
      Webb City closed the third quarter on a 21-5 run which gave the Cardinals the offensive advantage to overcome Aurora by a margin of 16 points. Morrisville advances to the consolation finals Jan. 26 at 4:00 PM after defeating Cassville, 49-23. Host Bolivar found success over Marshfield in pool play, 56-42. Webb City and Bolivar will square up Jan. 26 at 7:00 PM for the championship.

Conway Tournament
Conway 91, Stoutland 61 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Laquey 52, Buffalo 38 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
        Conway dropped Stoutland by 30 in the consolation semifinals, while Laquey vanquished Buffalo, 52-38. Conway faces-off against Laquey for the consolation finals Jan. 26 at 5:00. Buffalo and Stoutland will look for their win in the Conway Tournament as they play for seventh at 3:30 PM.

Nixa Tournament
Mount Vernon 54, Harrisonville 38 FINAL
Eugene 75, Billings 65 FINAL
Nixa 95, Hogan Prep 69 FINAL
Kickapoo 67, Willard 45 FINAL
      
Osceola Tournament
Hermitage 41, Climax Springs 40 FINAL
        Hermitage clinched fifth place in the Osceola Tournament with their close win over Climax Springs, 41-40.

Rogersville Tournament
Rogersville 47, Republic 45 FINAL-2OT   CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  CLICK HERE FOR STORY  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Ozark 69, Strafford 39 FINAL  -  CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Camdenton 71, Lebanon 49 FINAL
    
  Rogersville coach Rod Gorman gets career win 500 in style with a double-overtime upset victory over No. 2 Republic, 47-45. Cody Geiger had 21 points in the Tigers losing effort. Ozark dropped Strafford by 30, and Camdenton knocked off Lebanon, 71-49. Ozark and Rogersville will contend for the tournament title Jan. 26 at 7:00 PM, Republic plays Strafford for third at 5:30 PM, and Glendale matches up against West Plains at 4:00 PM in the consolation finals.
 
Sparta Tournament
New Covenant 66, Mansfield 63 FINAL

Hollister 48, Forsyth 46 FINAL
     
  The Warriors edged by Mansfield thanks in large part to Chace Smartt and Jared Schrader knocking down 29 and 18 points respectively. Hollister moves on to the championship to play New Covenant Jan. 26 at 7:30 PM. Mansfield plays Forsyth for the third at 6:00 PM.
 

Girls Basketball

Women's College Basketball
Evansville 77, Missouri State 53 FINAL
       Evansville shot better than 65 percent in the first half and kept pace with the Missouri Valley Conference leaders Friday with a 77-53 win over the Missouri State Lady Bears at the Ford Center in Evansville, Ind. Missouri State fell to 9-9 overall and 1-5 in the league, while the Purple Aces moved to 7-10 and 5-1 in Valley games. A crowd of 3,246, made up primarily of local elementary school students, enjoyed the 11 a.m. matinee. Evansville hit five of its first six shots from the field, knocking down a 3-pointer on the game’s opening possession and then going on a 10-0 run that ended with two free throws for a 13-2 lead at the 14:46 mark. Missouri State had the deficit to seven points with 11:16 left in the half, but Evansville spent the next five minutes extending its lead to 31-15 with a 3-pointer at the 6:50 mark that improved the Aces to 12-of-16 shooting. Whitney Edie scored Missouri State’s next six points to close within 12 before the Purple Aces fired back with four straight points to get the margin back to 16 at 37-21 with 3:21 to play. Evansville pushed its advantage to as many as 17 and Tyonna Snow scored MSU’s final six points for a 44-29 halftime score in favor of the home team. UE shot 65.4 percent overall and made half of its eight 3-point tries in the half. UE maintained its hot-shooting after the break with a 3-for-5 start to the second period that led to a 53-34 score with 15:44 to play. The Lady Bears were no closer than 17 points for the remainder of the game. Evansville shot 28-for-49 (57.1 percent) for the game, while the Lady Bears finished at 18-of-58. Khristian Hart scored 28 points to lead three Aces in double figures. Whitney Edie led MSU with 13 points and Kenzie Williams scored 10. MSU grabbed 21 offensive rebounds and held a 35-32 edge in total boards. Of note for Missouri State, Bry and Tyonna Snow became the first sisters to start a game for the Lady Bears since Julie and Melody Howard on March 19, 1994. Christiana Shorter was credited with two blocked shots to make her the third player in MSU history with 100 career stuffs. Freshman Nicole Smallwood knocked down a pair of 3-pointers, the first of her career, in the game’s final minute.

Regular Season
Halfway 50, Everton 44 FINAL
        Halfway ended with four of their five starters in double-figures to overcome Everton, 50-44.

Springfield Catholic 47, Greenwood 23 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
       Chelsea Collins poured 16 points of her own in Catholic's big win over Greenwood.

Neosho 42, McDonald County 23 FINAL

Dora 62, Bradleyville 26 FINAL

Plato 54, MV-BT/Liberty 42 FINAL

Webb City 57, Mount Vernon 46 FINAL

Miller 48, Golden City 32 FINAL

Walnut Grove 81, Humansville 8 FINAL

Ozark 37, St. Joseph Benton 30 FINAL

Clinton Tournament
Lebanon 60, Warrensburg 50 FINAL
      
Lebanon closed out the Clinton Tournament with a third place finish over Warrensburg, 60-50.

NEO Tournament
Morrisville 64, Tulsa Will Rogers (Okla.) 42 FINAL

Nevada Tournament
Republic 60, Blue Valley Southwest (Kan.) 36 FINAL
      The Lady Tigers beat Blue Valley in pool play to remain undefeated, 60-36.
 
Osceola Tournament
Climax Springs 43, Hermitage 36 FINAL
       Climax Springs finishes with fifth place in the Osceola Tournament.

Reeds Spring Tournament
Hurley 64, Forsyth 42 FINAL

Ava 52, Reeds Spring 49 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS 
West Plains 58, Blue Eye 21 FINAL  -  SEE BOTTOM OF ARTICLE FOR VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
     Out in the Reeds Spring Tournament, Hurley claims the consolation championship over Forsyth, 64-42. After being down by six at halftime, host Reeds Spring battled back in the third quarter to come within two points of Ava, but the Lady Bears prevailed to 52-49 third place victory. Autumn Flaugh led all scorers with 22 despite Reeds Spring's loss. Maison Bovard netted 18 points for Ava. The Lady Zizzers take home the gold in the Reeds Spring Tournament championship after dominating Blue Eye, 58-21.
 
College Hockey
Missouri State 3, Missouri 2 FINAL
       Missouri State's Matt Townsend knocked in the game winning goal during the 3-minute mark in the third period to give the Bears the win over Missouri, 3-2.

Photo Galleries

Pictures: Strafford Invitational


Strafford hosted its annual meet on Tuesday featuring 26 schools.

Pictures: Gainesville 13, Bakersfield 0


The Bulldogs get a victory in 5 innings

Pictures: Greenwood tennis vs. Parkview


The Blue Jays and Vikings faced off on Tuesday
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