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Alton Marquette boys, Edwardsville girls stay perfect

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Alton-Marquette keeps perfect season alive

Alton Marquette beat Madison 63-44 on Tuesday to continue its perfect season.

Nick Hemann scored a season-high 21 points for the Explorers, with Sammy Green pitching in 17 points.

Alton Marquette (23-0) will play McCluer North on Friday. Madison (9-13) will play Lift for Life on Friday.

Madison

12

18

10

4

44

A. Marquette

17

10

18

18

63

Madison (44):

Cameron Jameson 23, Kenyan Stanley 7, Kendall Kennedy 4, Javonnie Moore 3, Kameron Williams 3, Tyrese Crawford 2, Anthony Walker 2,

Totals:

FG-14 (8 3-point FG) FT-8/13 PF-13.

Alton Marquette (63):

Nick Hemann 21,Sammy Green 17,Isaiah Ervin 13,Reagan Snider 9,Jayce Maag 2,Chris Hartrich 1,

Totals:

FG-24 (3 3-point FG) FT-12/18 PF-13.

Valmeyer tops New Athens

Valmeyer beat New Athens 57-41 on Tuesday.

It was the Yellow Jackets’ eighth straight loss.

Valmeyer (12-11) will play Marissa on Friday. New Athens (5-14) will play Lebanon on Friday.

New Athens

5

5

19

12

41

Valmeyer

14

19

11

13

57

New Athens (41):

Jaxon Heintz 13, Landon Deutschman 10, George Schneider 10, Owen Whitworth 5, Joel Mattingly 3,

Totals:

FG-14 (6 3-point FG) FT-7/11 PF-12.

Valmeyer (57):

Totals:

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

Columbia edges Civic Memorial

In a close nonconference game, Columbia beat Civic Memorial 37-36 on Tuesday.

Jordan Holmes and Jon Peterson led the way for the Eagles, scoring 13 points apiece.

JaQuan Adams scored a team-high 20 points in Civic Memorial’s loss.

Columbia (12-10) will play Mascoutah on Friday. Civic Memorial (14-8) will play Jerseyville on Friday.

Civic Mem.

11

11

9

5

36

Columbia

7

13

6

11

37

Civic Memorial (36):

JaQuan Adams 20, Bryce Zupan 14, Jacob Coleman 2,

Totals:

FG-13 (3 3-point FG) FT-7/13 PF-14.

Columbia (37):

Jordan Holmes 13,Jon Peterson 13,Riley Hubler 5,Cole Khoury 4,Brennen van Breusegen 2,

Totals:

FG-15 (1 3-point FG) FT-6/9 PF-14.

Zeibold leads Red Bud to conference win

Griffin Zeibold scored 16 points in Red Bud’s 45-38 win over Lebanon on Tuesday.

Red Bud (12-10) will play Marissa on Tuesday. Lebanon (9-15) will play New Athens on Friday.

Lebanon

11

7

5

15

38

Red Bud

13

8

13

11

45

Lebanon (38):

David Krumsieg 17, Parker Grob 6, Luke Krumsieg 6, Ayinde Bennett 3, Brandon Goetter 3, Garrett Rappolee 3,

Totals:

FG-13 (4 3-point FG) FT-8/17 PF-18.

Red Bud (45):

Griffin Ziebold 16,Shaye Carter 11,Blake Cowell 8,Caleb Reichmann 6,Jaden Birkner 3,Alex Sievers 1,

Totals:

FG-17 (3 3-point FG) FT-8/19 PF-12.

Triad beats Gibault

Triad beat Gibault 52-41 on Tuesday.

The Knights (11-10) will be in action against Waterloo on Friday. The Hawks (7-16) will play Highland on Friday.

Gibault

3

14

10

14

41

Triad

7

9

16

20

52

Gibault (41):

Logan Doerr 18, Josh Besserman 6, Karson Huels 6, Dylan Altadonna 5, Carter Kesler 3,

Totals:

FG-12 (6 3-point FG) FT-8/12 PF-13.

Triad (52):

Totals:

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

Girls basketball

Edwardsville destroys Granite City

Edwardsville continued its perfect season with a 75-14 win against Granite City.

The Warriors attempted to stay on pace with the Tigers, ending the first quarter down 15-9. However, a scoreless second quarter by Granite City allowed Edwardsville to pull ahead substantially.

Kate Martin scored 16 points, Quierra Love scored 12 points and Myriah Noodel-Haywood had 10 points for Edwardsville.

The Tigers have three regular season games left before they attempt to better last year’s Class 4A state runner-up performance.

Edwardsville (22-0) will play East St. Louis on Thursday. Granite City (1-16) will play Collinsville on Thursday.

Granite City

9

0

2

3

14

Edwardsville

15

29

13

18

75

Granite City (14):

Diamond Jones 4, Viktoria Johnson 3, Ellie Wiehardt 3, Hannah Harris 2, Toni Rush 2,

Totals:

FG-6 (2 3-point FG) FT-0/0 PF-8.

Edwardsville (75):

Kate Martin 16,Quierra Love 12,Myriah Noodel-Haywood 10,Rachel Pranger 8,Jaylen Townsend 6,Morgan Hulme 5,Megan Silvey 5,Rachel Vinyard 3,Jac Anderson 2,Sydney Kolnsberg 2,Mac Lyerla 2,Katelynne Roberts 2,Lauren Taplin 2,

Totals:

FG-33 (5 3-point FG) FT-4/6 PF-6.

Lebanon gets back on the winning track

After losing its first game of the season over the weekend, Lebanon stepped back into its winning stride with a 69-21 win over Valmeyer.

Krista Bass led the charge for the Greyhounds with 18 points.

Lebanon (25-1) will play Steeleville on Thursday. Valmeyer (0-24) will play Sandoval at Okawville on Monday.

Valmeyer

9

0

2

10

21

Lebanon

21

18

9

20

68

Valmeyer (21):

Tinleigh Jakimauskas 14, Addyson Kimberlin 4, McKenna Litteken 2, Brianna Miller 1,

Totals:

FG-9 (1 3-point FG) FT-2/5 PF-16.

Lebanon (68):

Krista Bass 18,Katie Fertig 10,Emily Reinneck 9,Maggie McMullen 8,Madison Schoenfeld 7,Jaelyn McNeese 5,Kendra Bass 2,Mackenzie Becherer 2,Alex Hearty 2,Lorena Kraemer 2,Abigail Reinneck 2,Essie Meeker 1,

Totals:

FG-27 (4 3-point FG) FT-10/21 PF-9.

Highland beats McCluer North

Highland traveled across the river Tuesday and beat McCluer North 50-33.

It was Bulldogs’ third win in a row.

Highland (17-9) will play Jerseyville on Thursday.

Carbondale beats Cahokia

In conference play, Carbondale topped Cahokia 41-39 on Tuesday.

With the win, Carbondale stays at the top of South Seven conference standings with a league record of 8-0. Cahokia is second with a league record 5-2.

Carbondale (13-8) will play Marion on Feb. 8. Cahokia (10-7) will play Althoff on Thursday.

Nunn leads Belleville West past East St. Louis

Shaniah Nunn scored 15 points in Belleville West’s 45-41 win over East St. Louis on Tuesday.

Belleville West (6-17) will play O’Fallon on Thursday. East St. Louis (13-8) will play Edwardsville on Thursday.

E. St. Louis

8

10

7

16

41

Bellvl. West

3

5

11

26

45

East St. Louis (41):

Kaysie Newson 9, Rokelle Stanley 9, Mya Glanton 6, Precious McGlown 5, Veronica Sherrod 3, Shawnta Johnson 2, Lamad’j Milton 2, Jamie Russell 2, Mackenzie Taylor 2, Vinnie Winters 1,

Totals:

FG-17 (3 3-point FG) FT-4/9 PF-12.

Belleville West (45):

Shaniah Nunn 15,Randi Goodwin 9,Brittney Walker 9,Mikayla Chapman 6,TyKiaza Jones 5,Myana Lampley 1,

Totals:

FG-15 (7 3-point FG) FT-8/19 PF-7.

Collinsville tops Alton

Antoinette Buehne scored 10 points in Collinsville’s 45-40 win over Alton on Tuesday.

Collinsville (10-12) will continue in conference play against Granite City on Thursday. Alton (8-15) will play Belleville West on Tuesday.

Alton

7

11

11

11

40

Collinsville

17

4

13

11

45

Alton (40):

Totals:

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

Collinsville (45):

Antoinette Buehne 10,Caite Knutson 9,Bria King 8,Kristyn Mitchell 8,Faith Liljegren 6,Venise Govan 4,

Totals:

FG-18 (3 3-point FG) FT-6/15 PF-15.

Gibault easily beats Brussels

Ashlyn Wightman scored a season-high 21 points in Gibault’s 71-30 win over Brussels on Tuesday.

The Hawks took charge of the game early on, leading 43-13 at the half.

Gibault (13-9) will play Wesclin on Thursday.

Gibault

20

23

13

15

71

Brussels

5

8

6

11

30

Gibault (71):

Ashlyn Wightman 21, Sidney Wightman 14, Maddie Davis 13, Alexis Chambers 10, Zoe Swip 4, Breanna Wirth 4, Abby Ready 3, Haley Davitz 2,

Totals:

FG-26 (5 3-point FG) FT-14/24 PF-8.

Brussels (30):

Totals:

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

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