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Boonville Daily News - Boonville, MO
  • Wolfe, Schupp lead Pilot Grove girls past Jamestown

  • Prairie Home boys topple Bunceton 47-31 in CCAA
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  • Melanie Wolfe burned the nets for a game-high 11 points, and teammate Emily Schupp added 10 as the Pilot Grove girls junior high basketball team turned back Jamestown 44-23 in CCAA action Tuesday night at Jamestown.
    The Lady Tigers, 9-0 on the season, outscored Jamestown in three out of the four quarters of play and led 7-6 after one, 21-10 at the half and 38-14 after three quarters of play. Meanwhile, in the final period, Jamestown outscored Pilot Grove 9-6.
    Pilot Grove coach Landon Daniel said it was a  bit of a slow start but a good finish for the girls.
    “We struggled hitting shots and with turnovers in the
    first quarter but one great thing about this group is that they keep working and eventually turned it around,” Daniel said. “Chloe Schlotzhauer has had two really nice games for us and stepping into a starter role and Emily Schupp and Melanie Wolfe had good games tonight as well. We hope to close out our Conference schedule this Friday with another win and continue our hot streak for the last two weeks of the season against St. Peter and Paul and Santa Fe, and then the Harrisburg Tournament.”
    Chloe Schlotzhauer chipped in eight points for the Lady Tigers while Reagan Walker added five, Kaitlen Weekly with four and Aryn Lorenz, Cathlynn Hardt and Madison Kempf each with two.
    For Jamestown, Aliegh Monroe had six points.
    Prairie Home (B) 47
    Bunceton 31
    The Prairie Home boys junior high basketball team outscored Bunceton 25-15 in the first-two periods and never looked back, beating the Dragons in CCAA action last night in Bunceton.
    The Panthers led Bunceton 11-8 after one, 25-15 at the half and 36-19 after three quarters of play. Meanwhile, in the final period, the Dragons outscored Prairie Home 12-11.
    Bunceton coach Mike Arnold said his team didn’t rebound. “We played very timid,” Arnold said. “Prairie Home did a nice job on the glass.”
    Brayden Doyle led the Dragons with 13 points and nine rebounds along with two assists while Rylee Knapheide added 10 points, two rebounds, one steal and one assist, Lane Maddex with four points and one assist, Andrew Breece with two points, three rebounds and one assist and Dylan Flatt with two points and one rebound.
    For Prairie Home, Creed Flood had 21, Ty Stinson and Enoch Turner eight each, Kristen Peterson and Adam Lohse with four points each and Kurstin Leonard with two points.

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