Cardinals Middle School Basketball Results

st-louis-schoolThe St. Louis 5th Grade Boys Basketball team defeated St. Paul’s-New Alsace 38-26.

Cardinals Scoring:  Conner Miles – 14 pts, Hank Ritter – 7 pts, Eli Weiler – 8 pts, Thomas Lohmueller – 4 pts, Evan Flaspholer – 3 pts, Elliott Werner – 2 pts.

Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jerry Roell.

The St. Louis 7th grade boys basketball team was on the road Monday night against South Dearborn and could not secure the victory losing by theirlargest margin of the year 41-28.

CJ Grote had a good shooting night and led the Cardinals on the scoresheet followed by Thomas Raver, Adam Vogelsang and Cody Mohr. Joseph Suttman and Abe Streator chipped in a couple points and played great defense causing the home team to turn the ball over several times in the 4th quarter to give St. Louis a chance tomake up for their slow start.

The Cardinals were home against St. Michael and took care of locking in the win on their home court Tuesday evening 38-24.

The young Trojans brought a stingy defense into the Cardinal arena but Thomas Raver had his sights seton making sure St. Louis secured the victory leading in scoring and rebounding. Joseph Suttman, CJ Grote and Cody Mohr each had half a dozen points with Kyle Salatin and Adam Vogelsang each adding two making it 6 Cardinals to fill the scoring column. Great defense by Spencer Mack, Cayden Pohlman and Ryan Reder kept St Michael from putting together any lengthy scoring runs. When time ran out the Cardinals were up 38-24.

Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jim Mohr.

The St. Louis Cardinals 8th grade basketball team played at home on Tuesday against St. Michaels of Brookville winning 32-21.

It turned out to be a defensive battle as both teams could not get much going offensively.    St. Louis led after the 1st quarter by the score of 8-3.  In the second quarter, and led by Lleyton Ratcliffe, the Cardinals offensive production began to pick up as they  went into the locker room with a 20-7 lead.    The second half saw the Cardinals playing good defense against St. Michaels not allowing the game to get too close.   The game ended with the Cardinals winning by the score of 32-21.

The Cardinals scoring consisted of Riley Schebler with 6, Jack Forbeck 3, Andrew Oesterling 5, Lleyton Ratcliffe 15, and Sam Voegele had 3.   Defensively the Cardinals were led by Kurt Siefert and Karson Macke.   St. Michaels were led in scoring by Cooper Day who had 8 points.

The next game for the Cardinals will on the road against Laurel Middle School.

Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jim Oesterling.