PARK HILLS – Central senior wrestlers Aaron Dooley and Kwinton Burnett notched back-to-back victories against Sullivan after being honored at a home quad-match on Thursday evening.

Central was open in seven weight classes, which contributed heavily to losses against St. Clair (42-36), Sullivan (60-15) and Dexter (57-18).

Garrett Smith and William Mayberry each punctuated falls late in the second period, while Jacob Looney turned a strong reversal into a victory at the 1:24 mark against St. Clair.

Burnett notched his lone fall of the evening on the heels of a 4-1 decision by Dooley. Freshman Kade Willis also pinned his Sullivan opponent.

Although Dexter dominated Central in the final round of duals, Looney solidified his second fall of the action while Burnett and Mayberry each won by forfeit.

Dooley battled deep into overtime at 182 pounds before Dexter standout Jett Featherston shrugged loose for an escape and 3-2 sudden victory.

Willis also tested himself against a returning state medalist from Dexter. He earned a tying takedown in the first period, but Travis Waldner followed with two near falls to claim a 12-4 major decision.

St. Clair 42, Central 36

106 – Garrett Smith (C) fall Cody Armistead, 3:54

113 – Joshua Countryman (C) win by forfeit

120 – Dalton Thompson (SC) fall Gavin Ward, 2:16

126 – Kade Willis (C) win by forfeit

132 – Double Open

138 – Jason Landing (SC) win by forfeit

145 – Brandon McDowell (SC) win by forfeit

152 – Ryan Herman (SC) win by forfeit

160 – William Mayberry (C) fall Grant Bay, 3:53

170 – Jacob Looney (C) fall Randy Simpson, 1:24

182 – Aaron Dooley (C) win by forfeit

195 – Aaron Herman (SC) fall Kwinton Burnett, 1:52

220 – Josh Richards (SC) win by forfeit

285 – Trey Harvey (SC) win by forfeit

Sullivan 60, Central 15

106 – Dillon Witt (S) fall Garrett Smith, 1:54

113 – Brendan Labbee (S) fall Joshua Countryman, 5:12

120 – Ethan Hines (S) win by forfeit

126 – Double Open

132 – Kade Willis (C) fall James Hicks, 2:50

138 – Kobie Blandenship (S) win by forfeit

145 – Isaac Peregoy (S) win by forfeit

152 – Ian Kilburn (S) win by forfeit

160 – Alec McCormick (S) fall William Mayberry, 2:21

170 – Even Shetley (S) fall Jacob Looney, 5:09

182 – Aaron Dooley (C) dec Trey Eplin, 4-1

195 – Kwinton Burnett (C) fall Luke Landwehr, 1:20

220 – Drake Hill (S) win by forfeit

285 – Tristan Brown win by forfeit

Dexter 57, Central 18

106 – Bryston Pemberton (D) fall Garrett Smith, 0:33

113 – Seth Harris (D) fall Joshua Countryman, 4:43

120 – Drew Soule (D) win by forfeit

126 – Travis Waldner (D) m-dec Kade Willis, 12-4

132 – Trevor McDonald (D) win by forfeit

138 – Mason Keena (D) win by forfeit

145 – Wyatt Chastain (D) win by forfeit

152 – Double Open

160 – William Mayberry (C) win by forfeit

170 – Jacob Looney (C) fall Parker VanSlyke, 4:35

182 – Jett Featherston (D) dec Aaron Dooley, 3-2 SV

195 – Kwinton Burnett (C) win by forfeit

220 – Colten Gibson (D) win by forfeit

285 – Christian Yarber (D) win by forfeit

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Dexter 74, Farmington 68

FARMINGTON – Chaylea Mosby scored a game-high 25 points, and Dexter used a late defensive stop and ensuing free throws to thwart a challenge from Farmington on Thursday night.

Hannah Thurman added 21 points, and Natalie Sitze chipped in 12 as the Lady Bearcats surged back in the third quarter and grabbed a 74-68 win.

Farmington (7-6) posted a dominant 21-8 scoring edge in the second quarter to lead 37-32, but Dexter restored a 58-54 edge through three quarters.

The Knights trailed by nine down the stretch, but drew within 68-66 on a fast-break layup by Macey Pauls and ensuing transition 3-pointer by Alyson Tucker.

Tucker netted 20 points and Pauls scored 17 to lead four Farmington players in double figures. Zoe Johns had 12 points and nine rebounds.

Claire Busse grabbed a game-high 15 rebounds, and completed her double-double with 10 points.

Valley 71, St. Paul 42

CALEDONIA – Lexie Black scored 21 of her 30 points during the first half, and Valley seized full control in the second quarter to defeat visiting St. Paul 71-42.

Emma Rosener finished with 21 points for the Lady Vikings (10-5), who converted an impressive 20-of-24 free throws in the game.

Valley surged to a 35-16 halftime advantage after St. Paul (4-9) had stayed within 14-12 over the first eight minutes.

Paige Ames scored a season-high 26 points for the Giants.

Madison Lucas provided nine points, and Liz Morris had six in the victory.

West County 68, Crystal City 42

LEADWOOD – Alyssa Roever scored 15 points, Allee Drennen notched 14 more and West County eased to a 68-42 triumph over Crystal City.

Dori McRaven had 11 points and Cheyenne Young finished with 10 to give the Lady Bulldogs (11-3) four players in double digits.

West County powered to a 21-8 lead through the first quarter and was ahead 41-19 at intermission.

Grace Lay had a game-high 18 points, and Maebry Jones added 12 for Crystal City (5-8).

Notre Dame 62, Fredericktown 16

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – Notre Dame posted a defensive shutout in the second quarter, and routed visiting Fredericktown 62-16 in a battle of Class 4 programs.

Megan Heisserer tallied five steals with five assists while matching teammate Lexi Welter with a game-high 15 points for Notre Dame (6-5).

The Bulldogs ended the first quarter with a 21-11 lead, then outscored the Lady Blackcats 17-0 over the next eight minutes. Julia Williams added 13 points and Riley Burger supplied 11.

Fredericktown (2-9) found most of its offensive production through senior forward Callista Francis, who netted 13 points.

Chaffee 47, Valle Catholic 44

CHAFFEE, Mo. – Chaffee secured its second home victory in as many nights over an opponent from the MAAA Small-School division.

Katie Glueck compiled 16 points and 16 rebounds to lift the Red Devils past Valle Catholic 47-44. Chaffee outscored the Lady Warriors 26-17 in the second half.

Senior guard Sydni Basler had a game-high 20 points, including five 3-pointers, for Valle Catholic (5-8), which established a 17-11 advantage through one quarter.

Kaydi Heil contributed eight points.

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