Girls Basketball

Edwardsville girls continue perfect season; Freeburg boys win handily

Girls basketball

Tigers easily beat Lancers in SWC matchup

The perfect season continued for Edwardsville on Tuesday as it cruised past Belleville East 61-35.

The Tigers’ defense held the Lancers to just three points in the second quarter and six points in the third.

Myriah Noodel-Haywood had a team-high 14 points for Edwardsville. Rachel Pranger added 12 points, and Kate Martin pitched in with 11.

Edwardsville (19-0) will play Belleville West on Thursday. Belleville East (13-7) will play East St. Louis on Thursday.

Edwardsville

14

16

21

10

61

Bellvl. East

11

3

6

15

35

Edwardsville (61):

Myriah Noodel-Haywood 14, Rachel Pranger 12, Kate Martin 11, Megan Silvey 8, Quierra Love 7, Morgan Hulme 5, Jaylen Townsend 4,

Totals:

FG-24 (2 3-point FG) FT-11/19 PF-14.

Belleville East (35):

B’Aunce Carter 13,Bryce Dowell 7,Jailyn McClenny 6,Kaylah Rainey 6,Brittney Nitz 3,

Totals:

FG-10 (2 3-point FG) FT-13/19 PF-22.

Collinsville wins against East St. Louis

In another Southwestern Conference game, Collinsville beat East St. Louis 63-57 on Tuesday.

The score was close the entire game, until the Kahoks finally pulled away late.

The Kahoks had three players in double figures: Venise Govan, who scored 15 points, Faith Liljegren (13) and Bria King (12).

Emily Ford had an impressive nine rebounds on the night for Collinsville.

Collinsville (8-10) will play O’Fallon on Thursday. East St. Louis (9-4) will play Belleville East on Thursday.

E. St. Louis

19

9

15

14

57

Collinsville

18

10

14

21

63

East St. Louis (57):

Totals:

FG-0 (0 3-point FG) FT-0/0 PF-0.

Collinsville (63):

Venise Govan 15,Faith Liljegren 13,Bria King 12,Antoinette Buehne 8,Kristyn Mitchell 7,Astacia Bush 6,Emily Ford 2,

Totals:

FG-20 (6 3-point FG) FT-17/25 PF-14.

Boys basketball

Freeburg wins handily

Freeburg rolled to its third win in a row Tuesday, beating Father McGivney 53-27.

Luke Ervie led the Midgets with 11 points.

Freeburg (12-10) will play Central on Friday. Father McGivney (6-17) will play Bunker Hill on Friday.

Freeburg

14

16

13

10

53

Fath.McGivney

2

2

11

12

27

Freeburg (53):

Luke Ervie 11, Chandler Bonta 8, Brendan Meng 8, Zach Muir 8, Carson Smith 5, Owen Smith 3, Alex Bumann 2, Connor Diecker 2, Adam Haas 2, Austin Lickenbrock 2, Conner Mack 2,

Totals:

FG-23 (1 3-point FG) FT-6/14 PF-11.

Father McGivney (27):

Totals:

FG-0 (0 3-point FG) FT-0/0 PF-0

Lebanon tops Marissa

After leaving the Litchfield Tournament with two consecutive losses, Lebanon got back on the winning track Tuesday with a 56-36 win over Marissa.

David Krumseig led the Greyhounds with 19 points.

Lebanon (9-12) will be in action against Valmeyer on Friday. Marissa (7-12) will play Sparta on Friday.

Marissa

7

9

6

14

36

Lebanon

10

18

13

15

56

Marissa (36):

Totals:

FG-0 (0 3-point FG) FT-0/0 PF-0.

Lebanon (56):

David Krumsieg 19,Derrick Guthrie 12,Ayinde Bennett 11,Luke Krumsieg 6,Zavier Shaw 3,Chase White 3,Parker Grob 2,

Totals:

FG-24 (4 3-point FG) FT-4/8 PF-5.

Mater Dei rolls past Madison

Mater Dei beat Madison 73-42 on Tuesday.

The Knights (10-10) will be in action against Teutopolis on Friday. The Trojans (8-12) will play Lovejoy on Friday.

Red Bud comes away with win

New Athens gave the Cahokia Conference leaders a run for their money Tuesday, but Red Bud eked out a 54-51 win.

The Yellow Jackets are currently sixth in the conference standings.

New Athens (5-12) will play Steeleville on Friday. Red Bud (11-9) will play Gibault on Saturday.

New Athens

10

11

21

9

51

Red Bud

14

12

10

18

54

New Athens (51):

Jaxon Heintz 21, Landon Deutschman 15, Joel Mattingly 9, George Schneider 4, Dylan Boone 2,

Totals:

FG-17 (6 3-point FG) FT-11/17 PF-13.

Red Bud (54):

Totals:

FG-0 (0 3-point FG) FT-0/0 PF-0.

Centralia takes down O’Fallon

Centralia extended its winning streak to six Tuesday with a 70-55 win over O’Fallon.

The Orphans’ three losses this season have come in nonconference play, placing them at the top of the South Seven Conference standings with eight games remaining.

Centralia (15-3) will play Carbondale, currently ranked second in the South Seven Conference, on Friday. O’Fallon (8-11) will be back in Southwestern Conference action against Collinsville on Friday.

Centralia IL

12

17

21

20

70

O’Fallon

13

11

15

16

55

Centralia (Ill.) (70):

Totals:

FG-0 (0 3-point FG) FT-0/0 PF-0.

O’Fallon (55):

Jalen Hodge 21,Teron Bowman 17,Ronnie Anthony 5,Kyle Dismukes 4,Isaiah Craft 3,Garrett Herring 3,Nick Boone 2,

Totals:

FG-19 (10 3-point FG) FT-7/12 PF-12.

Civic Memorial edges Waterloo

Civic Memorial beat Waterloo 49-48 on Tuesday.

The Eagles (14-6) will play Collinsville on Saturday. The Bulldogs (6-16) will play Granite City on Tuesday.

Salem beats Columbia

Salem beat Columbia 44-41 on Tuesday.

Poor defense in the fourth quarter cost Columbia the game, as the Eagles were outscored by the Wildcats 20-9.

It was the Eagles’ fourth straight loss after coming way from the Chick-fil-a Classic at Belleville East without a win.

Columbia (10-10) will play Okawville on Friday.

Salem

8

2

14

20

44

Columbia

9

8

15

9

41

Salem (44):

Crosby 17, Linder 11, Wayer 7, Carpenter 5, Harness 2, Whitney 2,

Totals:

FG-15 (3 3-point FG) FT-11/15 PF-13.

Columbia (41):

Jordan Holmes 19,Riley Hubler 11,Jon Peterson 6,Brennen van Breusegen 3,Jacob O’Connor 2,

Totals:

FG-15 (3 3-point FG) FT-8/11 PF-17.

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