The 7th Grade Lady Bulldogs defeated the St. Louis Cardinals last night in the Crosstown Shootout 64-8. The girls played solid team basketball on both ends of the floor with everyone contributing toward the win. The Lady Bulldogs had three players in double figures led by Veronica King 17; Annie Negovetich 12; and Sophie Gesell 11 points. The balanced offensive attack saw six other players contributed to the scoring column. The girls will be back in action Tuesday night against Greendale. Come out and support the Bulldogs!
Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Weiler.
The BMS 8th Grade Girls Basketball fall to St. Louis, 40-8. The girls played hard each possession, but unfortunately, shots were not falling. Very proud of the effort on both ends of the floor and the all-out heart in the game. Next up, The Bulldogs face Greendale tonight at home. Good luck girls!
Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Amber Erhart.
The 8th Grade St. Louis Lady Cards defeated BMS with a final score of 40-8. Scoring for us was Catherine Streator with 13pts, Kate Weber with 12pts, Clarie Saner with 8pts, Rhea Miller with 4pts, Sadie Wachsmann with 2pts, and Isabelle Wonnell with 1pt. We played a great defensive game with many steals coming from our press. Kate Weber took 4 steals in the press while Catherine Streator had 3 on the back end. Rebounding was an essential part of the game also again Streator brought down 11 rebounds this game. Sadie Wachsmann fed a few assists in there and Lilly Schebler was pulling in the loose balls that got us possessions via the jump ball. Overall a very nice game for all the girls.
We play Wed at St. Mary’s Aurora, and Thursday home game against North Decatur.
Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp.
The JCD 7th Grade Lady Eagles defeated South Ripley 25-14. Scoring for the Eagles were Delaney Hughes 7, Kelsey Borgman 6, Ashlynn Moorman 4, Sophia Sullivan 3, Bailey Groth 3, Hailey Kunz 2.
8th Grade Lady Eagles defeated South Ripley 46-35. Scoring for the Eagles were Reagan Hughes 17, Julia Meyer 14, Reese Obendorf 8, Emma Wagner 4, Layla Miller 2, Sophia Sullivan 1.
Courtesy of Eagles Scorekeeper Brandy Meyer.
The St. Louis 5th Grade Girls team improved to 6-0 on the season with a 44 to 3 victory over the St. Nicholas Saints on Monday, February 10. The Lady Cardinals gave a very well rounded effort as they had the offense and defense working on both ends of the court. The Lady Cardinals jumped out to a 13-3 first-quarter lead behind Mimi Smith who had 5 of her team-high 11 points in the first quarter. Mimi then turned the scoring over to Ella King who scored 8 of the 13 points in the 2nd quarter on the way to a 26-3 halftime lead. Ella finished with 10 points. The Lady Cardinals then started spreading the ball around in the second half and were able to get everyone in the scorebook on their way to the 44-3 final. Madden Showalter finished with 9 points and Belle Young added 6 points. The Lady Cardinals will now play Mt Carmel on Tuesday night at Mt Carmel starting at 5:30 pm.
Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Brent Young.
The 6th Grade Lady Cardinals traveled to St. Nicholas to take on the Saints. After a slow start, Rachel Suttmann hit a shot at the end of the first half, to bring the Cardinals within 2 points, with a score of 9-7. The third quarter, the Cardinals stepped up their scoring game and took the lead. In the last few minutes of the game, the Cardinals lost the lead, but with seconds remaining on the clock, Paige Watters came up with a huge weak side rebound and put the ball back in for 2 points, winning the game. The final score was 14-13, bringing the Cardinals to 3-4 on the season. Leading in scoring was Bridget Lohmueller and Rachel Suttmann with 5 points each and Karsyn Watson and Paige Watters each had 2 points. It was a total team effort. Coach Suttmann and Coach Watson were very proud of the team’s tenacious defense. Cora Roth, Meg Ritter, and Isabel Imel did a grabbed several rebounds. Katelyn Rahe and Jaelyn Owens played well on defense and weren’t afraid to fight after the ball. Great job by everyone!
Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Anne Suttmann.