▪ Nashville senior Karly Stanowski scored 18 points and had eight rebounds against Herrin in a win Tuesday, and had 22 points and 8 rebounds in a win against Benton on Saturday. Nashville is now 7-3 for the season.
B’aunce Carter spent the better part of the past two years developing her skills in the post for the Belleville West Maroons. On Tuesday, Carter showed her former team how far she’s come in her first year at Belleville East.
The O’Fallon Panthers entered the 2017-18 season with a new coach in Nick Knolhoff, a new power forward in Sydney Thurwalker and the hope they would contend for the Southwestern Conference championship.
▪ Althoff junior Tiffani Siekmann scored 15 points and made all four 3-point attempts as the Crusaders defeated Marion 63-57 on Thursday. Siekmann had five 3-point baskets in a 50-47 loss to Carbondale on Tuesday.
Senior Kate Martin scored 13 of her 22 points in the third quarter to highlight a 25-0 scoring run that led the Edwardsville Tigers past Belleville East 70-35 in a Southwestern Conference game Tuesday.
Seniors Clarece Jansen and Faye Meissner scored in the opening 90 seconds of overtime and the Central Cougars went on for a 41-38 win over city rival Mater Dei on Monday in a Clinton County girls basketball game.
The Edwardsville IL High School Tigers girls basketball team, from Southern Illinois near St. Louis MO, lost to the Geneva IL Community High School Vikings 41-40 in the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Class 4A state championship game at Redbird Arena in Normal IL. Edwardsville's Rachel Pranger gave the Tigers a one-point lead with 23 seconds left, but Geneva's Stephanie Hart scored 18 seconds later to give the Vikings their first title.
Edwardsville girls basketball's title run falls short
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Silvey's shot sends Edwardsville girls basketball to state final
Civic Memorial moves into 3A super-sectional after knocking off rival Highland