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Small school teams start conference play

The first night of the MAAA girls small-school conference took place Monday night with three blow-outs taking place as Arcadia Valley, Bismarck and West County made their start for a title bid. Large school teams played non-conference games, and with the exception of the De Soto/Central game, the scores were also very lopsided.

Bismarck 43, Kingston 7

CADET -The Bismark Lady Indians owned the first quarter of play and that was enough as they picked up their first win of the season over the Kingston Lady Cougars, 43-7.

Bismarck’s defense held Kingston to two points in the first half of play while accumulating 34 of their own. With the game well in hand, the Lady Indians held up the ball and went without scoring in the running-clock, fourth quarter. Chelsey Politte led the Lady Indians in scoring and rebounds with 16 points and 14 boards.

Bismarck, 1-3, will host West County on Thursday, and Kingston, 0-4 will travel to Arcadia Valley on Thursday

Bismarck 23 11 9 0 – 43

Kington 2 0 3 2 – 7


Bismarck – C Politte 16, Blunt 11, Henson 7, Kniess 7, S Politte 2.

Kingston – Merhtens 3, Feverston 2, A Hopson 2.

West County 50, Valley 17

CALEDONIA – The West County Lady Bulldogs press lasted for a half of their game and it gave them enough of a lead to finally take a 50-17 win over the Valley Lady Vikings in their first conference game.

The Lady Bulldogs press held the Lady Vikings to only five points in the first quarter and none in the second, while scoring 29 on their own end of the court.

Kara Harison led West County with a double-double, 12 boards and 12 points.

West County, 3-2, will play next on Thursday at Bismarck, while Valley, 1-5, will travel to Valle of Ste. Genevieve.

West County 13 16 15 6 – 50

Valley 5 0 8 4 – 17


West County – Harison 12, Blair 10, Boen 9, Lynch 8, Polle 5, Myers 3, Rasnick 3.

3-Pointers: Myers.

Valley – Campbell 7, Kearns 4, Barton 3.

3-Pointers: Barton.

Farmington 84, Sikeston 34

FARMINGTON – &#8220We finally clicked tonight,” said Farmington coach Steve McFarland of their high-scoring 84-34 win over the Sikeston Lady Bulldogs Monday night in non-conference play.

The Knightettes, 4-2, did not utilize their press in the game, but relied on their ball movement to get the easier shot. Farmington hardly missed a shot in the first half as they posted a 46-17 lead at the break.

The Knightettes had five players score in double figures with Sarah Ward leading the pack with 15 points.

Farmington will play at Festus on Thursday for their next game.

Sikeston 9 8 14 3 – 34

Farmington 23 23 28 10 – 84

Farmington – Ward 15, Winslow 14, Milfeld 14, Parks 11, Sago 10, Jenson 6, Littrell 6, Hayes 5, Sucharski 3.

3-Pointers: Milfeld 2, Ward, Hayes.

Fredericktown 74, Herculaneum 32

FREDERICKTOWN – The Fredericktown Lady Cats are off and running again, this time with a 74-32 win over the Herculaneum Lady Blackcats. The Lady Cats applied their crushing press in the first and third quarters to score 49 of their total on the night.

&#8220We got her up and down the court pretty good tonight,” said Fredericktown coach Lonny Sheldon.

Amy Hendrix was able to pentrate and get a shot off all game to lead the Lady Cats with 16 points.

What the Blackcats were able to get past the Lady Cats press usually was slapped back at them. Betsy Royer and Deidre Hughes, Fredericktown’s post players, blocked 11 of Herky’s shots with seven and four respectively.

Royer claimed high board total with 10 rebounds for a double-double with 11 points, and Hughes pulled down seven boards. Kemp led the team in steals with five and assists with six.

Federicktown, 6-0, will play a make-up game on Thursday at St. Vincent.

Herculaneum 10 9 6 7 – 32

Fredericktown 23 11 26 14 – 74

Fredericktown – Hendrix 16, Tinnin 12, Royer 11, Ward 10, Hughes 8, Brown 6, Kemp 6, Settlemoir 3, Huffman 2.

3-Pointers: Ward 2, Hendrix.

Festus 48, Potosi 27

FETSUS – The Potosi Lady Trojans had their trouble scoring against the Festus Lady Tigers defense in a non-conference game on Monday. Festus led at the half 26-9, and went on to win 48-27.

&#8220We didn’t play good tonight,” said Potosi coach Matt Bradley. &#8220It (the game) was just bad.”

The Lady Trojans, 2-3, were held nearly scoreless in the first quarter, and it wasn’t until the fourth quarter when they were able to play decent offense, scoring over half of their points in the last eight minutes. Liz Stewart was top scorer for the Lady Trojans with nine points.

Potosi 2 7 4 14 – 27

Festus 16 10 15 7 – 48

Potosi – Stewart 9, Chazelle 4, Allen 4, Garcia 2, McGirl 2, Brown 2, Fitzwater 2, Harmon 2.

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