Feb. 19 Scores and Results



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Northern Iowa 69, Missouri State 63 - FINAL -- CLICK HERE FOR A STORY AND PHOTOS
        
Northern Iowa (17-11, 10-6 MVC) started the second half with a 10-2 run to extend its lead to 11 and held off a late challenge from Missouri State to claim a 69-63 road win over the Bears here Tuesday at JQH Arena. MSU (8-20, 6-10) got a career high 25 points from freshman Marcus Marshall and 12 from Christian Kirk, while Keith Pickens contributed a team-high 7 rebounds to go with 9 points. UNI, which won its sixth straight game, was led by Seth Tuttle with 19 points and 17 boards, while Anthony James tacked on 17 points, including 7 in the final two minutes, in addition to a game-high 8 assists. After falling behind 40-29 to start the second half, the Bears began inching their way back in the game. Over a four-minute span, the Bears got a 3-pointer from Pickens, a traditional 3-point play from Anthony Downing and a trey by Marshall to climb back within 44-38 at the 12-minute mark. Pickens closed the gap to three with a 3-point play just over two minutes later, making it 46-43 with 9:44 to go. But UNI answered the run with a trey by Matt Bohannon and a layup by James in traffic to push its lead back to 10 when James capitalized on a block call and knocked down a short jumper to make it 55-45 with just under seven minutes left. The Bears got to the line 10 times over the next five minutes, including a three-shot opportunity by Marshall that started a 10-4 MSU run. A pair of charity shots by Kirk with 2:24 on the clock made it a 59-55 contest and brought the home crowd of 5,704 back into it. The four-point margin held until the final minute of the game. A missed free throw by James with 41.3 seconds to go opened the door breifly for the home team, and a layup by Kirk with 33.7 ticks to go made it a one-possession game, 64-61. Marshall fouled James on the ensuing in-bound play, but this time the senior from St. Louis did not miss. James' two charity makes opened the Panthers' lead back to five points, and the Bears' last-minute heroics dried up when Pickens was muscled into a missed a close-range jumper by a physical Northern Iowa defense with 20 seconds remaining.  Ben Jacobson's squad made 3-of-4 free throws from there, and Downing scored on a coast-to-coast layup to run the final margin to 69-63. Northern Iowa moved into sole possession of third place in the Valley standings by making 22-of-48 (.458) shots on the night, including 6-of-22 (.273) from beyond the arc -- just one trey in the second half.  The Panthers also out-rebounded the Bears 28-27, committed just 5 turnovers and knocked down 19-of-23 (.826) foul shots, including 18-of-20 over the last 20 minutes. Missouri State was 21-of-47 (.447) from the field, 5-of-15 (.333) beyond the arc and a season-best 16-for-17 (.941) at the line. The Bears, who rank sixth nationally in fewest turnovers, had just 9 mishaps on the night. MSU's lone senior Anthony Downing accounted for 9 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists. With the help of Marshall's 25 points, Missouri State's freshman class upped it season scoring total to 752, breaking the club's old record of 735 frosh points set by the fabled 1963-64 newbies of Coach Bill Thomas. In the first half, a late 8-0 run by the Panthers put them up 30-27 at the intermission. MSU jumped out to a 15-5 lead in the first four-and-a-half minutes with Marshall scoring six of the Bears' first 15 out of the gates. UNI responded with a 9-0 run with four different Panthers scoring as part of the visitors' comeback that made it a 15-14 game at the 8:03 mark. A 3-pointer by Deon Mitchell put UNI up for the first time, 19-17, with 5:51 to go in the opening stanza, but the Bears responded by retaking the lead twice more with 3-pointers from Marshall and Nathan Scheer. Scheer's trey at the 2:23 point gave MSU a 25-23 lead before the Panthers reeled off the game's next 8 points with Sonnen drilling a pair of long bombs to put UNI up 30-25. The Bears laughed last with a pair of free throws from Marshall with 4.5 seconds to go to make it a three-point contest at the break.
 
Missouri 63, Florida 60 - FINAL

Boys Regular Season
Nevada 69, Sedalia Smith-Cotton 49 - FINAL
        Nevada's Silas Smith dropped a 31-point showing on Sedalia.

Joplin 65, Carl Junction 57 - FINAL
        The Eagles take home their 15th win of the season after defeating Carl Junction, 65-57. Charlie Brown paved the way for Joplin with 20 points, Adam St. Peter chipped in with 17.

Bolivar 60, Reeds Spring 51 - FINAL
       
Austin Selby led all scorers with 32 points despite Reeds Spring's loss.

Hillcrest 62, Kickapoo 58 - FINAL -- CLICK HERE FOR A STORY AND PHOTOS
       The Hillcrest Hornets secured their undefeated Ozark Conference record (9-0) to claim the title over Kickapoo, 62-58. The Chiefs were led by a double-double performance of 24 points and 12 rebounds from Chris Ward.

Nixa 63, Willard 59 - FINAL -- CLICK HERE FOR A STORY AND PHOTOS
       Austin Ruder tallied up 28 points to lead the Nixa Eagles to a conference victory over Willard, 63-59.

Parkview 93, Springfield Central 68 - FINAL -- Click here for a story and photos
        Erik Durham netted 32 points to become the winningest Parkview player in school history. Nathan Reichart finished with 18 points and 10 rebounds.

Camdenton 72, Lebanon 56 - FINAL

Branson 69, Marshfield 41 - FINAL

Rolla 62, Owensville 29 - FINAL

Ozark 73, Carthage 50 - FINAL

Aurora 53, McDonald County 35 - FINAL

Cassville 61, Monett 53 - FINAL -- CLICK HERE FOR A STORY AND PHOTOS

Rogersville 61, Buffalo 48 - FINAL

Salem 69, St. Clair 60 - FINAL

Webb City 64, Neosho 32 - FINAL


Class 1 - District 3: CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE BRACKET
Eminence 83, Bunker 55 - FINAL
 
South Iron 82, Lesterville 29 - FINAL

*Eminence and South Iron will meet in the district championship Feb. 20 at 7:30 PM.

Class 1 - District 4: CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE BRACKET
Hurley 73,
Exeter 56 - FINAL 

Verona 53, Niangua 45 - FINAL 


*For the district title, Verona battles Hurley Feb. 21 at 7:30.

Class 1 - District 5:
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Everton 68,
Lockwood 49 - FINAL

Fair Play 72, Halfway 39 - FINAL

Dadeville 58,
Golden City 49 - FINAL

Walnut Grove 50, Sheldon 44 - FINAL

*In semifinal action, Fair Play faces-off against Walnut Grove Feb. 21 at 6:00 PM, while Everton-Dadeville play at 7:30 PM.

Class 2 - District 10: CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE BRACKET
Dora 66, Norwood 40 -  FINAL

Mansfield 60, Bakersfield 47 - FINAL

Gainesville 60,
Seymour 31 - FINAL
 
Fordland 50, Sparta 38 - FINAL

*Semifinal play will continue Feb. 21, as Mansfield-Dora square up at 6:00 PM, and Gainesville-Fordland play at 7:30 PM.
 

Class 2 - District 12: CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE BRACKET
Purdy 82,
College Heights Christian 45 - FINAL

Miller 67, Jasper 57 - FINAL
 
Pierce City 48, Wheaton 46 - FINAL
 
Greenfield 74, McAuley Catholic 58 - FINAL

*Purdy squares up against Miller Feb. 21 at 6:00 PM in the semifinals. Pierce City and Greenfield tip-off at 7:30 PM.
 

Class 2 - District 13: CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE BRACKET
Lakeland 63, Richland 56 - FINAL
Skyline 50, Lincoln 20 - FINAL
Liberal 69, Adrian 49 - FINAL
Osceola 69, Archie 33 - FINAL

*Skylline hits the floor in the semifinals against Lakeland Feb. 21 at 6:00 PM, and Liberal-Osceola contend at 7:30 PM.
    
Class 3 - District 10: CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE BRACKET
Hartville 73, Willow Springs 56 - FINAL
Alton 72, Houston 53 - FINAL

*Hartville and Alton face-off in the semifinals Feb. 21 at 7:30 PM.
 

Class 3 - District 11: CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE BRACKET
Springfield Catholic 61, Hollister 51 - FINAL OT
       Tyler Johnson knocked down six 3-pointers to finish with a game-high 26 points, upsetting Hollister in overtime, 61-51.

Strafford 69, Forsyth 55 - FINAL
 
Blue Eye 48, Ava 34 - FINAL

Fair Grove 82, Conway 71 - FINAL

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Class 3 - District 12:
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Mt. Vernon 59, East Newton 35 - FINAL

Ash Grove 71, Diamond 69 - FINAL
Clever 65, Sarcoxie 35 - FINAL
Seneca 67, Southwest (Washburn) 62 - FINAL

Class 3 - District 13:  CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE BRACKET
Butler 81, Pleasant Hope 21 - FINAL
Holden 51, Sherwood 45 - FINAL
Lamar 72,
Stockton 33 - FINAL 
Warsaw 61,
El Dorado Springs 34 - FINAL


Girls Regular Season
Greenville 67, Thayer 54 - FINAL

Waynesville 57, Joplin 21 - FINAL

Class 1 - District 6:
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Weaubleau 76, Humansville 13 - FINAL
       Cherith Roweton scored a game-high 23 points, leading three Lady Tigers in double figures, to help advance Weaubleau into the semifinals.

Tuscumbia 65, Climax Springs 35 - FINAL
       Kendra Vaughan with 22 points to lead Tuscumbia.

Macks Creek 50, Hermitage 45 - FINAL

St. Elizabeth 72, Wheatland 36 - FINAL

 

Class 2 - District 11: CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE BRACKET
Crane 73, Galena 28 - FINAL -- CLICK HERE FOR A STORY AND PHOTOS
Marionville 48, Morrisville 29 - FINAL -- CLICK HERE FOR A STORY AND PHOTOS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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