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Boonville Daily News - Boonville, MO
  • Kraus, Schlotzhauer lead P.G. Tigers past Tuscumbia

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  • Kendall Kraus had 21 points, and teammate Mason Schlotzhauer added 17 as the Pilot Grove boys basketball team defeated Tuscumbia 56-36 on the second night of the Pilot Grove Classic.
    In other games last night, the Tuscumbia girls beat Pilot Grove 80-45 while the Stover girls turned back Prairie Home 48-25. The Stover boys also prevailed against the Prairie Home Panthers 62-57.
    Tournament action will continue on Saturday, with Prairie Home girls playing Tuscumbia at 4, Prairie Home boys battling Tuscumbia at 5:30, Pilot Grove girls playing Stover at 7 and Pilot Grove boys facing off against Stover at 8:30.
    The Tigers, 4-0 on the season, led Tuscumbia 24-20 at the half and 37-25 after three quarters of play.
    Colton Glenn had nine, Jake Leverton six and Adam Newell two for Pilot Grove.
    Tuscumbia was led by Zane Humphreys with 14.
    As for the Pilot Grove girls, they trailed Tuscumbia 48-29 at the half and 67-40 after three.
    Kendra Vaughn led three players in double figures for Tuscumbia with 19 points while MaKayla Vaughan chipped in 18 and Tempary Gunter 15.
    For Pilot Grove girls, who dropped to 2-2, Kerigan Wessing had 13 points, six rebounds, three steals, two blocked shots and one assist.
    McKenzi Schuster added eight points, three rebounds, two assists and one steal while Cynthia Brumback added seven points, eight rebounds, four assists and two steals, Katelyn Renfro with six points and one rebound, Allison Weekly with four points, one rebound and one assist, McKalie Lorenz with three points, three rebounds, one assist and one steal, Melissa Schlotzhauer with two points, 11 rebounds, two assists and one steal and Rachel Lorenz with two points, one rebound and one assist.
    For the Prairie Home girls, they trailed Stover 28-5 at the half before matching the Lady Eagles with 20 points in the final-two periods.
    Kendra Stinson led all scorers for the Lady Panthers, 1-3 on the season, with 14 points and six rebounds. Makayla Zey chipped in six points, nine rebounds and two assists while Brooke Emmerich added two points, eight rebounds and two assists, Josie Flood with two points and eight rebounds, Ally Small with one point, three rebounds and one steal, Katlynn Watson with three rebounds, one steal and one assist, Amber Carmichael with two rebounds and one assist and Kim Hettinger with one rebound.
    Stover was led by Mady Smith with 21 points.
    As for the Prairie Home boys, they outscored Stover 30-29 in the second half but it was too little too late as the Eagles held a 33-27 advantage in the first-two periods.
    Trever Huth had 20 points, eight rebounds, four assists and one steal for the Panthers, 1-3 on the season. Rayce Kendrick chipped in 17 points, two rebounds, two steals and two assists while Sam Distler added 14 points and eight rebounds, Klay Holliday with four points and  and three rebounds and Kody Utterback with two points, four rebounds, two steals and one assist.

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