Sports – Tuesday, January 22nd

| January 22, 2013 | 7:24 am
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1st round of the Slater Tourney

Girls:

Glasgow 68
Pilot Grove 35

Santa Fe 49
Slater 33

Boys:

Higginsville 70
Slater 35

Fayette 70
Pilot Grove 52

Sturgeon Tournament

Salisbury 32
New Bloofield 25

Meadville Invitational Tournament

Girls:

Mercer 84
Grundy County 21

Sierra Michaelas had 48 points for Mercer and Courtney Owens tacked on 14.  Grundy County was led by Emily Milazzo, who had six points.

Northwestern 51
Linn County 33

Megan Schreiner led Linn County with ten.  Mallory Garnder contributed 17 for Northwestern.  Kynlee Marnin and Sarah Jo Benedict were also in double digits.  Marnin had 13, Benedict scored 11.

Boys:

Mercer 64
Northwestern 39

Colton Hartley had 24, John Girdner added 14, and Caleb Wyatt contributed 12 for Mercer.  Luke Sanders led Northwestern with 22.

Linn County 58
Grundy County 31

Ty Stillwell ended up with 16 points and Josh Allen had 11 for Linn County.  Grundy County was led by Destin Gann, who had nine.

Hamilton Tournament

Girls:

Polo 58 (OT)
Gallatin 49

Hamilton 63
Richmond 25

Boys:

Gallatin 84
Polo 40s

Richmond 69
Hamilton 38

Gilman City Tournament

Girls:

Princeton 64
Tri-County 24

Gilman City 48
Cainsville 46

Boys:

Princeton 76
Tri-County 33

Ridgeway 76
Cainsville 33

The Cole Camp girls defeated Lincoln 47 to 30.  Allison Spunaugle led Lincoln with ten points.  On the JV side, Cole Camp beat Lincoln 24 to 5.

Santa Fe lost to St. Paul 59 to 49.  Marissa Brackman had 20 for St. Paul.  She was followed up with 15 points from Rebecca Roepe and 13 from Devon Heins.  Kylie Limback had 16 for Santa Fe.  B. Barnett had 13 and Lexi Smith scored 12.

Wentworth defeated Ozark Christian College 72 to 59 in Joplin last night to pick up their 5th win of the season. Wentworth was paced in scoring by Daryus Franklin with 20, Carmen Depano with 19 and Jerea Brice with 14.  Sarah Rhodes led the way for Ozark Christian with 19 points and 12 rebounds. The Lady Dragons travel to Missouri Valley College on Wednesday.  Game time is 5:30.

The William Jewell Cardinals rolled by Rockhurst University 70-54 in Great Lakes Valley Conference action yesterday afternoon in Liberty.   The Cardinals have won two straight and improve to 8-7 overall and 4-3 in GLVC play.  The Cardinals will travel to Springfield, Ill., Thursday.  Tip-off is slated for 7:45 p.m.

The William Jewell Lady Cardinals lost 67-46 to the Rockhurst University Hawks in Great Lakes Valley Conference action yesterday in Liberty.  The Lady Cardinals will also travel to Springfield, Ill., on Thursday.  Tip-off is slated for 5:30 p.m.

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