Girls Area Middle School And Grade School Basketball Results
The 7th Grade Lady Cardinals ended with a high score for them of 68-24. Scoring for SLS were Lucy Abplanalp with 16pts, and the following all scoring 2pts each Anna Moore, Emily Schebler, Kenzie Maple, and Ainsley Sipples. Defensively we had Lexi Scheiner and Paige Watters pulling down rebounds and holding their own under the basket. Great job ladies way to get a new point high for the team.
The 8th Grade Lady Cards won against the Chargers with a final score of 39-25. Scoring for SLS were Kate Weber with 10pts and 3 assist, Rhea Miller with 8pts and 1 assist, Catherine Streator with 7pts, Sadie Wachsmann with 6pts and 1 assist, Madison Wanstrath with 4pts, Claire Saner with 2pts 2 assists, and Lilly Schebler with 2pts. Rebounding the ball well was Madison Wanstrath and Kate Weber. The defense was key along with offensive passing with Ava Owens, Lea Cossentino, and Iza Wonnell. Great job ladies.
In non-conference play, the Chargers traveled to Batesville to take on the Cardinals of St. Louis winning 68-24. The Chargers committed 0 fouls, shot 70% from the free-throw line, and shot the ball extremely well from the field. Leading the way, Whitaker with 16, Barker with 14, Allen added 11, Haley had 7, Saunders and Kinker each with 6, while Schoettmer and Duckworth added 4 apiece. North Decatur returns back home next week to play Edinburgh and St. Mary’s on Monday and Thursday respectively.
Courtesy of Chargers Coach Eric Whitaker and Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp.
The St. Louis 8th Graders defeated North 39-25.
Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp.
The 8th Grade Lady Bulldogs fall to a very talented Rushville team, 49-19. Lady Bulldogs played hard and fought the second half. The leading scorer was Elaney McGuire with 11 points. The next game is Monday against South Ripley.
Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Amber Erhart.
The St. Louis Girls 5th Grade Lady Cardinals improved their record to 8-0 on the season with a 45-6 win vs the Greendale Tigers on Thursday, February 13th. The Lady Cardinals started strong and never looked back on their way to a 28-0 halftime lead. The Cardinals were led in rebounding and scoring by Ella King who put in 16 points. Mimi Smith added 12 points and numerous steals. Belle Young had 6 points while Madden Showalter and Riley Siegel each added 4 points. The Lady Cardinals will travel to Laurel on Monday for a 5:30 pm tip-off.
Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Brent Young
The 6th grade Lady Cardinals traveled to Central Elementary to take on Greendale. The Cardinals worked hard and were scrappy until the very end of the game, but came up short. The Cardinals lost 35-14. Leading in scoring was Rachel Suttmann with 8 points. Cora Roth had 4 points and Karsyn Watson had 2. The Cardinals will continue the long stretch of on the road games as they travel to Laurel on Monday.
Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Anne Suttmann
7th Grade Lady Eagles defeated Sunman Dearborn Black 31-7. Scoring for the Lady Eagles were Delaney Hughes 9, Cheyenne Cullen 8, Sophia Sullivan 4, Hailey Kunz 4, Kelsey Borgman 2, Bailey Groth 2, Ashlynn Moorman 2.
8th Grade Lady Eagles defeated Sunman Dearborn Black 50-9. Scoring for the Lady Eagles were Reese Obendorf 18, Reagan Hughes 16, Emma Wagner 11, Julia Meyer 2, Kelsey Borgman 2, Sophia Sullivan 1.
Courtesy of Eagles Scorekeeper Brandy Meyer.
The 7th Grade Lady Bulldogs fell to Greendale in a hard-fought game Tuesday night at home by a score of 30-23. The girls fell behind by 10 points in the first half but played well in the second half. Leading the way scoring was Lydia Haskamp with 12 points; followed by Veronica King with 8 points; Dottie Turner 2 points; and Eden Williams with 1 point. The girls are back in action Thursday night at Rushville.
Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Weiler.
8th Grade Lady Bulldogs pulled out a great win against Greendale last night, 25-17. The Lady Bulldogs played excellent team defense with 10 steals. Leading scorers were Elena Kuisel with 11 points, Elaney McGuire with 7, Kaylin Hinners with 5, and Renee Lecher chipping in a bucket as well. The team played together and worked hard throughout the game. Great job 8th grade! Bulldogs head to Rushville for their next matchup on Thursday.
Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Amber Erhart.
North Decatur Girls 7th Grade Basketball beat Milan High School 40-13. The Lady Chargers improve to 8-0 with a win tonight against Milan. ND Scoring-Allen 12, Duckworth 8, Whitaker 7, Haley 5, Kinker 5, Barker 2, Schoettmer 1. North Decatur will be on the road Thursday to face off against St. Louis.
Courtesy of Chargers Coach Eric Whitaker.
North Decatur Girls 8th Grade Basketball falls to Milan High School 31-16. ND Scoring-Ogden with 3 points, Motz with 6 points, Kunz with 5 points, Abrams with 2 points.
Courtesy of Chargers Coach Becky Bingham.
The St. Louis 5th Grade Girls took the court again Tuesday night February 11th vs. the Mt Carmel Vikings. The Lady Cardinals started the game off slow and had trouble hitting their shots. They were able to use their defense to keep the Vikings at bay and take a 16-2 lead at halftime. The Lady Cardinals woke up in the third quarter behind Mimi Smith who scored 12 of her game-high 14 points. This increased the lead to 34-3 after three quarters. The Lady Cardinals were able to keep rolling behind Grace Gutzwiller and Olivia Leising’s hot shoot from the field. Each Lady Cardinal finished with 6 points. Belle Young had a solid offensive and defensive game with 10 points and a few steals as well. The final score was St. Louis 46 and Mt Carmel 5. The Lady Cardinals play their next game Thursday night at Central Elementary School vs Greendale.
Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Brent Young.
The 6th Grade Lady Cardinals traveled to Mt. Carmel to take on the Vikings. The Cardinals fought hard but came up short losing 26-11. Leading in scoring for the Cardinals was Rachel Suttmann with 7 points and Bridget Lohmueller with 4 points. The Cardinals are now 3 for 5 on the season. The Cardinals are in action again, as they face Greendale Thursday.
Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Anne Suttmann.