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Alton Marquette boys escape with win to keep perfect season alive

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Ervin has big night as Alton Marquette wins

Alton Marquette traveled to Missouri on Friday and barely escaped with its perfect record intact in a 50-48 victory over McCluer North.

Isaiah Ervin had a season-high 31 points to lead the Explorers to the win.

Alton Marquette (24-0) will travel to Highland on Tuesday.

A. Marquette

7

11

12

20

50

McCluer North

11

11

7

19

48

Alton Marquette (50):

Isaiah Ervin 31, Nick Hemann 9, Reagan Snider 7, Jake Hall 3,

Totals:

FG-18 (6 3-point FG) FT-8/13 PF-9.

McCluer North (48):

Patrick Evans 14,A’Tavian Butler 10,Mekai Ray 10,Aaron Daniels 6,Alex Traylor 4,Sylvon Mosley-Mull 2,Lamarie Pigram 2,

Totals:

FG-18 (7 3-point FG) FT-5/7 PF-13.

Salem tops Freeburg

Salem beat Freeburg 51-42 on Friday.

Freeburg (13-12) will next host Triad on Tuesday.

Steeleville tops Dupo

Steeleville easily beat Dupo 78-52 on Friday.

The Warriors remain at the top of Cahokia Conference standings with a league record of 9-1.

Steeleville (13-10) will play Sparta on Saturday. Dupo (4-18) will play Madison on Wednesday.

Valmeyer gets conference win

Valmeyer beat Marissa 60-48 in conference play Friday.

Valmeyer (13-11) will travel to Dupo on Friday. Marissa (7-15) will play Christ Our Rock on Saturday.

Highland wins

Highland got a home court victory Friday night as it knocked off Gibault 52-39.

Highland (17-7) will play undefeated Alton Marquette on Tuesday. Gibault (7-17) will play Waterloo on Tuesday.

Gibault

12

5

14

8

39

Highland

15

12

12

13

52

Gibault (39):

Karson Huels 18, Josh Besserman 6, Logan Doerr 5, Carter Kesler 5, John Adams 4, Gavin Kohnz 1,

Totals:

FG-15 (5 3-point FG) FT-4/6 PF-8.

Highland (52):

Totals:

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

Cahokia edges Marion

Cahokia beat Marion 42-39 in conference play Friday

Cahokia (11-10) will play in another conference game against Mount Vernon on Saturday. Marion (15-8) will travel to Benton to take on Mount Carmel.

Krumseig leads Lebanon to win

David Krumsieg scored 21 points in Lebanon’s 53-40 win over New Athens on Friday.

Lebanon stayed ahead for most of the game, leading by seven points at halftime and by 11 points heading into the fourth quarter.

Lebanon (10-15) will play Steeleville on Tuesday. New Athens (5-15) will play Okawville on Tuesday.

Lebanon

15

12

15

11

53

New Athens

5

15

11

9

40

Lebanon (53):

David Krumsieg 21, Ayinde Bennett 10, Luke Krumsieg 8, Parker Grob 7, Derrick Guthrie 3, Brandon Goetter 2, Garrett Rappolee 2,

Totals:

FG-23 (1 3-point FG) FT-6/13 PF-11.

New Athens (40):

Totals:

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

Civic Memorial edges Jerseyville in OT

Civic Memorial beat Jerseyville 60-58 in overtime Friday.

The Panthers had an eight-point lead at halftime, but the Eagles bounced back to tie the game at 56 at the end of regulation.

For Jerseyville, the loss comes the day after the Lady Panthers won in double overtime against Highland.

Civic Memorial (15-8) will play Mascoutah on Tuesday. Jerseyville (11-11) will travel to Carrollton on Tuesday.

Peterson and Holmes lead Columbia to victory

Columbia got its third win in a row Friday night in an 85-65 win over Mascoutah.

Columbia had two big performances from Jordan Homes, who scored 25 points, and Jon Peterson, who scored 22 points.

Columbia (13-10) will be in action against Carlyle on Friday. Mascoutah (15-9) will travel to Civic Memorial on Tuesday.

Mascoutah

18

11

22

14

65

Columbia

23

18

26

18

85

Mascoutah (65):

Malik Green 16, Jaydon Stewart 13, Blake Weiss 11, Jarred Johnson 9, Tyler Jowett 7, Logan Moll 5, Isaiah Andrews 2, Darius Cooley 2,

Totals:

FG-22 (3 3-point FG) FT-18/24 PF-16.

Columbia (85):

Jordan Holmes 25,Jon Peterson 22,Riley Hubler 13,Brennen van Breusegen 11,Cole Khoury 8,Sam Horner 2,Jacob O’Connor 2,Drew Worley 2,

Totals:

FG-32 (6 3-point FG) FT-15/17 PF-18.

Centralia dominates Althoff

Centralia handily beat Althoff 72-41 on Friday for its third consecutive win.

Centralia (18-4) will head to a conference matchup against Mount Vernon on Friday. Althoff (4-19) will play Marion on Friday.

Nashville easily beats Sparta

Nashville moved past Sparta with a 58-21 win Friday.

It was the Hornets’ ninth consecutive win.

Nashville (19-5) will travel to Benton to take on Harrisburg on Saturday. Sparta will play Steeleville on Saturday.

Sparta

4

9

3

5

21

Nashville

12

18

18

10

58

Sparta (21):

Clark 6, Keen 6, J. Williams 3, Anderson 2, Harris 2, Soderlund 2,

Totals:

FG-9 (2 3-point FG) FT-1/4 PF-13.

Nashville (58):

Carson Parker 16, Bultman 15, Bergmann 10,Jake Haley 6,D. Anderson 4,Cameron Parker 4, Pelczynski 3,

Totals:

FG-24 (4 3-point FG) FT-6/7 PF-7.

Wesclin beats Carlyle

In its first win after two straight losses, Wesclin beat Carlyle 57-34 on Friday.

Wesclin (18-4) will play Vandalia on Saturday. Carlyle (11-16) will play Columbia on Friday.

Carlyle

0

0

0

0

34

Wesclin

0

0

0

0

57

Carlyle (34):

Totals:

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

Wesclin (57):

Nate Brede 26,Brandon Courtney 9,Hunter Ottensmeier 9,Mick Stephens 6,Justin Kellogg 5,Danny Wiggins 2,

Totals:

FG-24 (7 3-point FG) FT-2/6 PF-7.

Girls basketball

Krause leads Marissa to win

In conference play, sophomore Hailey Krause scored 17 points Friday to lead Marissa to a 47-30 victory over Steeleville.

The Meteors only led by six points at halftime but had a strong fourth quarter to propel them to the win.

Marissa (13-12) will travel to Cobden to play Elverado on Tuesday.

Steeleville

11

6

7

6

30

Marissa

9

14

8

16

47

Steeleville (30):

Karley Kothe 8, Sydney Hood 6, Jenny Wedemeyer 6, Chloe Gordon 4, Lexi Middendorf 4, Kelsey Cowan 2,

Totals:

FG-11 (0 3-point FG) FT-8/18 PF-10.

Marissa (47):

Hailey Krause 17,Kenzie Kern 8,Paige Hand 7,Emily Smith 5,Kyla Krause 4,Macey Schreiber 4,Reesha Bievenue 2,

Totals:

FG-20 (5 3-point FG) FT-2/5 PF-16.

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