High School Basketball Scores

| February 8, 2013 | 10:52 pm
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Sports scores for Thursday Feb. 7th and Friday Feb. 8th

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Richmond 64

Lexington 50

JV – Richmond 37 Lexington 33

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Lafayette County C-1 67 (22 – 1)

Carrollton 31

The Huskers had a 24 – 10 lead at the end of the 1st quarter thanks to a full court press. The Carrollton Trojans tried to mount a comeback in the second quarter, outscoring Lafayette County 13 – 12. Husker Coach Jim Stoner made some halftime adjustments and his team never looked back, picking up their third win of the week and spoiling the Carrollton courtwarming.

Lafayette County C-1 plays at Richmond Tuesday night and hosts the Holden Eagles Friday evening for the regular season finale. Lafayette County C-1 will be hosting the Class 3 District 14 tournament in Higginsville starting Tuesday February 19th. All boys games from that tournament will be broadcast on 103.9 The Grenade…

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Newtown Harris 63 (14 – 9)

Trenton 49

Newtown Harris was up by 20 at halftime….Trenton outscored Newtown Harris 15 – 6 in the 3rd quarter but Coach Corbin Coe’s squad held tough in the final period for the win…Adam Crawford had 35 points for Newtown Harris to lead all scorers…

The Newtown Harris regular season finale is coming up next week against Norborne, with the game to be played in Chillicothe…

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Marshall 52

Boonville 50 (12 – 10)

Jay Barnhart lead Boonville with 15 points. Boonville hosts Mexico MO on Monday and then travel to Moberly on Tuesday…

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Liberty North 41

Kearney 36 (9 – 12)

Tanner Owens led Kearney with 12 points…

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Tina-Avalon 63 (12 – 11)

Hale 44

The Dragons were up 19 – 6 at the end of the 1st quarter and never looked back as they cruised to the consolation title in the CLAA Conference tournament. Up next Tina-Avalon will face Linn County on Thursday night…

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St. Paul Lutheran 50 (18 – 3)

Sweet Springs 38

Sweet Springs was ahead 24 – 22 at halftime. Center Gerhard Vonsmullen and point guard Sam Schmidt each had 13 points for St. Paul. Sr. guard Isiah Ropey injured his ankle at practice Thursday night and St. Paul Saints coach Monte Pitsch says the whole team stepped up to bridge the gap to fill in for Isiah…St. Paul heads to Sedalia Monday night to take on Sacred Heart

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Salisbury 85 (21 – 1)

Fayette 48

Salisbury lead 49 – 23 at the half and cruised to victory for their courtwarming game. Salisbury will play at Westran Monday night.

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Braymer 65 (17 – 5)

Princeton 36

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Grain Valley 35

Odessa 31 (9 – 12)

Odessa takes on Oak Grove Tuesday and Pleasant Hill on Friday

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Oak Grove 54 (14 – 6)

Harrisonville 46

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Pilot Grove 61 (18-6)

Prairie Home 41 (11-11)

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Polo 76 (9 – 14)

Worth County 59

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******GIRLS******

Hamilton 66 (18 – 2)

Mid-Buchanan 20

27 – 24 Hamilton led at halftime. Hamilton outscored Mid-Buchanan 17 – 5 in the 3rd quarter to take command of the game. Elsie Greenwood (senior who is going to Rolla next year) scored 32 points and made 13 out of 15 from the free throw line.

Hamilton is at West Platte Tues, and then hosts Trenton on Thursday…

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O’Hara 41

Warrensburg Lady Tigers 38 (6 – 15)

Warrensburg will travel to St. Pius Tues night and hit the road to Clinton later next week…

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Newtown Harris 45 (7 – 17)

Cainesville 41

Newtown Harris led 20 – 10 at the end of the first quarter. Coach Ty Bell says from there his team was able to hang on and put the game away in the 2nd half with strong free throw shooting.

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Grain Valley 54 (15 – 7)

Odessa 42

Grain Valley was up by 8 at the half and used strong 3 point shooting to put the game away, according to Lady Eagles head coach Randy Draper…Grain Valley hits the road to take on Pleasant Hill Monday…both teams have only lost one conference game, and this will be their third matchup of the season. Pleasant Hill is 2 – 1 against Grain Valley so far this season…

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Norborne 42 (20 – 2)

Hardin-Central 41

The game went into double overtime Thursday night at the CLAA conference tournament at Tina-Avalon. Norborne plays Meadville for the tournament championship tonight (Sat) at 6:45. The Norborne Lady Pirates will be hosting the Class 1 District 12 tournament starting Monday February 18th and all of those games will be broadcast on 103.9 The Grenade…

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Tina-Avalon 43 (12 – 11)

Hale 40

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Wellington Napoleon 46 (21 – 2)

Orrick 39

Wellington Napoleon’s Katie Cropp had 12 points, 9 rebounds and 6 steals. Wellington Napoleon will host Lone Jack Tuesday for Senior Night. They travel to North Platte Thursday to wrap up the regular season.

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Santa Fe 43 (14 – 9)

Concordia 34

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Brookfield 75

Louisiana, Mo 22

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Braymer 50

Princeton 31

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Drexel 69

Chilhowee 13

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Polo 65 (18 – 5)

Worth County 41

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