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Boonville Daily News - Boonville, MO
  • Bunceton girls fall in title game against Chamois, 47-25

  • Bunceton boys beat Climax Springs in the seventh-place game 63-55
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  • The Bunceton Lady Dragons basketball team had its perfect season come to an end Saturday night in the championship game in the Tipton Tournament by losing to top-seeded Chamois 47-25.
    The Lady Dragons, dropping to 3-1 on the season, trailed Chamois 14-5 after one, 26-7 at the half and 36-19 after three quarters of play. Meanwhile, in the final period, Chamois outscored Bunceton 11-6 to win the game by 22.
    Bunceton coach Mike Arnold said defensively he thought his team played ok. “Maddy did a great job holding their Division I player to 16 points, Arnold said. “Offensively, we missed too many easy shots. As the coach I need to do a better job of preparing these girls. It was a good test for us and we came up short. I hope we get a chance to see them again.”
    Miranda Brandt led all scorers in the game for Chamois with 16 points.
    For Bunceton, Sam Brandes had seven points, six rebounds, one steal and one assist.
    Rachel Emde finished the game with five points, five rebounds and two assists while Julia Kahle added five points, two rebounds and one assist, Erica Kahle with four points, four rebounds, two assists and one steal and Maddy Berwanger with four points, four rebounds and one steal.
    The Lady Dragons also finished the game hitting 10 of 51 shots from the field for 20 percent and 2 of 10 from the foul line for 20 percent.
    By Chris Bowie
    Sports Editor
    The Bunceton Lady Dragons basketball team had its perfect season come to an end Saturday night in the championship game in the Tipton Tournament by losing to top-seeded Chamois 47-25.
    The Lady Dragons, dropping to 3-1 on the season, trailed Chamois 14-5 after one, 26-7 at the half and 36-19 after three quarters of play. Meanwhile, in the final period, Chamois outscored Bunceton 11-6 to win the game by 22.
    Bunceton coach Mike Arnold said defensively he thought his team played ok. “Maddy did a great job holding their Division I player to 16 points, Arnold said. “Offensively, we missed too many easy shots. As the coach I need to do a better job of preparing these girls. It was a good test for us and we came up short. I hope we get a chance to see them again.”
    Miranda Brandt led all scorers in the game for Chamois with 16 points.
    For Bunceton, Sam Brandes had seven points, six rebounds, one steal and one assist.
    Rachel Emde finished the game with five points, five rebounds and two assists while Julia Kahle added five points, two rebounds and one assist, Erica Kahle with four points, four rebounds, two assists and one steal and Maddy Berwanger with four points, four rebounds and one steal.
    Page 2 of 2 - The Lady Dragons also finished the game hitting 10 of 51 shots from the field for 20 percent and 2 of 10 from the foul line for 20 percent.
    As for the Bunceton boys, they snapped a three-game skid by beating Climax Springs in the seventh-place game 63-55.
    The Dragons, 1-3 on the season, led Climax Springs 25-13 after one but was outscored 26-23 in the middle two periods to trail by one at 39-38. Meanwhile, in the fourth quarter, Bunceton rallied back with a 25-16 advantage to win the game by eight.
    Bunceton coach Yancy Cody said the boys came out and played well. “They executed and got stops when they needed to,” Cody said. “I was very proud of them.”
    Kyler Tucker led the scoring attack in the game for Bunceton with 28 points, six rebounds, six assists and four steals.
    Jacob Clevenger finished the game with 16 points, nine rebounds and three assist while Aaron Clevenger added eight points, four rebounds and one assist, Ashton Campbell with five points, five rebounds, two assists and one steal, Will Twenter with three points, three assists and two rebounds and Dylon Custer with three points and one rebound.
    The Dragons also had a good shooting night while hitting 21 of 41 shots from the field for 51 percent and 11 of 13 from the line for 85 percent.
    Bunceton boys and girls will play in the NW Tournament this week. As for the Bunceton boys, they snapped a three-game skid by beating Climax Springs in the seventh-place game 63-55.
    The Dragons, 1-3 on the season, led Climax Springs 25-13 after one but was outscored 26-23 in the middle two periods to trail by one at 39-38. Meanwhile, in the fourth quarter, Bunceton rallied back with a 25-16 advantage to win the game by eight.
    Bunceton coach Yancy Cody said the boys came out and played well. “They executed and got stops when they needed to,” Cody said. “I was very proud of them.”
    Kyler Tucker led the scoring attack in the game for Bunceton with 28 points, six rebounds, six assists and four steals.
    Jacob Clevenger finished the game with 16 points, nine rebounds and three assist while Aaron Clevenger added eight points, four rebounds and one assist, Ashton Campbell with five points, five rebounds, two assists and one steal, Will Twenter with three points, three assists and two rebounds and Dylon Custer with three points and one rebound.
    The Dragons also had a good shooting night while hitting 21 of 41 shots from the field for 51 percent and 11 of 13 from the line for 85 percent.
    Bunceton boys and girls will play in the NW Tournament this week.
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