SCOTT CITY – Lindsay Rhodes scored 15 points and Elaine Donze added 12 more as the Ste. Genevieve Hunters overcame a five-point half-time deficit to defeat Scott City 47-44. The win ends a 12-game losing skid for the Hunters.
“We played together as a team tonight,” said Ste. Genevieve Coach Jeremy O’Brien. “And we shot better from the free-throw line.”
Ste. Genevieve finished 12-18 from the line in the victory. The Hunters fell behind early and trailed 22-17 at the half. Ste. Genevieve battled back and trimmed the Scott City lead to 30-29 in the third before finally taking it over in the fourth. The Hunters outscored Scott City 18-14 in the final period to lock up a 47-44 win.
Ste. Genevieve improves to 4-12 on the season. The Hunters return to action tonight when they travel to Potosi to battle the Lady Trojans.
Valle 70, Valley 46
STE. GENEVIEVE – Phill Stoll scored a game-high 12 points and three Valle teammates added nine each as the Valle Warriors defeated the Valley Vikings 70-46 Wednesday night. Craig Fenton scored 11 points to lead the Vikings in the loss.
The Warriors got a substantial lead early and added to it throughout the contest. Valle led 22-12 after one quarter and extended that lead to 41-26 by half-time. The Warriors outscored Valley 20-11 in the third before taking a more conservative approach in the final quarter. Valle held on for a 70-46 victory.
With the victory, Valle improves to 6-9 overall and 4-3 in the conference. The Warriors play again on Friday when they travel to West County to square off with the Bulldogs.
Valley falls to 3-11 overall and 2-5 in conference play. The Vikings return to action on Friday when they host the Kingston Cougars.
Caledonia 12 14 11 9-46
Valle 22 19 20 9-70
SCORING: Craig Fenton 11, Michael Dodd 9, Kris Kearns 8, J.C. Lawson 7, Blake Jones 4, John Tedder 3, Bill Scoggin 2, Jake Smith 2
3-POINT FIELD GOALS: Kris Kearns 2, J.C. Lawson 1, Blake Jones 1 Total: 4
SCORING: Phill Stoll 12, Steve Koller 9, Sean Odneal 9, Aaron Palmer 9, Keith Basler 6, Jeremy Koller 6, Zack Wipfler 6, Mitchell Davis 5, Nathan Gegg 4, Patrick Odneal 4
3-POINT FIELD GOALS: Phill Stoll 2, Steve Koller 2 Total: 4