Balanced attack leads Maroons over Warriors

News-DemocratDecember 10, 2013 

— Brian Hill was the lone player to score in double figures as the Belleville West Maroons got a balanced effort in beating the Granite City Warriors 46-33 Tuesday in a Southwestern Conference game.

Hill had 10 points for the Maroons, who limited the Warriors to 12 points in the first half.

The Maroons also got nine points from Steven Roberts, eight points from Eugene Jones and seven points from Demond White.

Alton 66, O'Fallon 49

The Alton Redbirds jumped out to a 21-8 lead in a 66-49 Southwestern Conference win over the O'Fallon Panthrs.

Mike Williams-Bey was the top scorer for the Redbirds with 20 points.

Donvoan Franklin had 14 points and Parekr Roustio had nine points for the Panthers.

Waterloo 50, Freeburg 39

A balance scoring line of Shane Lenhardt with 13 points, Zach Schaab with 12 points and Rick Wiegand with 11 poiints led the Waterloo Bulldogs past the Freeburg Midgets.

Zack Kemper had 13 points, Justin Diecker had 11 points and Jacob Mueller had 10 points for the Midgets.

Civic Memorial 70, Highland 62

Jackob Lowrance pumped in 27 points as the Civic Memorial Eagles beat the Highland Bulldogs in a Mississippi Valley Conference game.

Austin Elledge led the Bulldogs with 15 points. Luke Theis added 10 points and Joe Duncan and Brock Portell each had nine points.

Lebanon 70, Valmeyer 37

Four players scored in double figures as the Lebanon Greyhounds rolled out to a 38-21 lead by halftime and cruised past the Valmeyer Pirates.

Michael Bender had 14 points, Taylor Schmitt had 13 points, Paul Pilackas had 12 points and Shayne Price had 10 points for the Greyhounds.

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