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Noah Vinson and the West County boys basketball team wrapped up their third straight MAAA Small-School championship with an 81-52 victory at Bismarck on Tuesday night.

Matt King, File Photo

BISMARCK – Since hitting a surprising rough patch in December, the West County boys basketball team has rattled off seven victories in eight games.

The Bulldogs outscored Bismarck 31-9 in the third quarter on Tuesday night, and completed their third straight unbeaten MAAA Small-School regular season title.

Reid Pratt netted 16 points, Dake McRaven and Noah Vinson added 15 each, and West County rolled to an 81-52 triumph at Bismarck.

The Bulldogs (11-8, 5-0) grabbed a 20-16 lead through one quarter, and increased it to 40-25 at halftime.

Devon Warden compiled 11 points with nine rebounds for Bismarck (5-14, 2-3). Tim Mork and Logan Dunn each had eight points.

Farmington 99, Potosi 60

FARMINGTON – Brendon Hardy recorded 26 points and seven rebounds on Senior Night as Farmington gashed the Potosi defense for a 99-60 triumph.

Tycen Gray compiled a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Knights, who stretched a 49-30 halftime edge to 90-43 following an enormous 41-point outburst in the third quarter.

Cameron Friends finished with 13 points, and Cole Laurence had 10 for Farmington (11-8, 3-2). Hardy knocked down four 3-pointers to lead the lead.

Noah Jacobsen dropped in 23 points to highlight Potosi (8-11, 2-3). Zach Haynes and Garrett Wilkinson scored eight apiece.

Ste. Genevieve 62, Fredericktown 34

STE. GENEVIEVE – Senior guard Gabe Greminger scored a game-high 16 points and connected four times from beyond the arc to propel Ste. Genevieve past visiting Fredericktown 62-34.

A superb defensive effort helped the Dragons (6-13, 1-4) post a 33-15 scoring edge after carrying a 29-19 lead into halftime.

Chad Donze contributed nine points while Brady Boyer netted eight and Derek Morganthaler added seven for Ste. Genevieve.

Junior Logan Winkelman paced Fredericktown (5-15, 0-5) with 13 points, earned exclusively during the first half.

Arcadia Valley 77, Kingston 57

CADET – Luke Savage scored 15 points on 5-of-9 shooting from beyond the arc, and Arcadia Valley picked up a 77-57 victory at Kingston.

Carter Brogan matched a team high with four assists, and equaled Peyton Whited with 12 points to pace the Tigers (11-7, 3-1).

Arcadia Valley will face Valle Catholic on Wednesday for second place in the MAAA Small-School division standings.

Tatum Jones netted 10 points while Austin Wren and Mikey Sizemore added eight apiece to the win.

Kingston (7-12) finished 1-4 in conference play.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Arcadia Valley 84, Kingston 39

CADET – Senior forward Makayla Moise established a career high with 26 points as the Arcadia Valley girls completed their sixth consecutive MAAA Small-School championship without a loss.

Jaesa Brockes finished with 17 points, and the Lady Tigers rolled past Kingston 84-39 to increase their regular-season conference win streak to 30 games.

Arcadia Valley (11-8, 5-0) ended the first quarter leading 20-9, and extended the separation to 45-21 by the intermission.

Katie Whited and Josie Landrum netted 12 points each, and reserve guard Emily Bennett drained three 3-pointers in the victory.

MaKenzey Boyer knocked down four triples, and scored 20 points to pace Kingston (2-15, 1-4).

WRESTLING

Windsor Triangular

IMPERIAL, Mo. – Central wrestler Blake Bolin scored falls at 138 pounds on Tuesday against opponents from Windsor and Hillsboro.

Joshua Countryman won twice via 4-1 decision and 8-0 major decisions for the Rebels, who fell to host Windsor 60-21 and Hillsboro 32-21.

Garrett Smith (106) needed only 42 second to secure a fall during his lone contested bout, and Kade Willis (126) bounced back from defeat with a 16-0 technical fall.

Central will close the dual portion of its schedule at North County on Thursday.

Hillsboro 32, Central 21

106 – Garrett Smith (C) fall Kaiden Scallet, 0:42

113 – Joshua Countryman (C) dec Aidan Haggard, 4-1

120 – Gavin Ward (C) fall Marcos Lopez, 1:25

126 – Nick Short (H) fall Levi O’Dell, 0:12

132 – Dylan Owens (H) dec Kade Willis, 3-0

138 – Blake Bolin (C) fall Benny Alley, 4:26

145 – Jordon Sanders (H) tech fall Clayton McDonald, 19-3

152 – Logan Hendrix (H) fall Kenneth Ball, 0:43

160 – John Moseley (H) dec William Mayberry, 11-5

170 – Zach McNees (H) win by forfeit

182 – Zach Bodway (H) dec Aaron Dooley 5-3 SV

195 – Double Open

220 – Double Open

285 – Double Open

Windsor 60, Central 21

106 – Garrett Smith (C) win by forfeit

113 – Joshua Countryman (C) maj dec Reilly Baughman, 8-0

120 – Andrew Kinder (W) fall Gavin Ward, 2:31

126 – Kade Willis (C) tech fall Dominic Pona, 16-0

132 – Michael Wolcott (W) fall Levi O’Dell, 5:20

138 – Blake Bolin (C) fall Zach Wright, 2:47

145 – Grant Pauli (W) fall Clayton McDonald, 1:29

152 – Jacob Warren (W) fall Kenneth Bell, 0:59

160 – Chris Butts (W) fall William Mayberry, 2:59

170 – Connor Richey (W) win by forfeit

182 – Ryan Yarnell (W) fall Aaron Dooley, 3:37

195 – Seifeldin Elkhashab (W) win by forfeit

220 – Dustin Svoboda (W) win by forfeit

285 – Kameron Givens (W) win by forfeit

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