Moravia boys defeat Seymour, 56-46:

SEYMOUR – The Moravia Mohawk basketball team used a 22-13 fourth quarter advantage to defeat Seymour 56-46 on Monday night.

Mark Pruett led the way for Moravia with 21 points, draining four shots from three-point range.

Moravia (2-7, 1-4) and Seymour are both in action tonight during the first round of Bluegrass Conference Tournament play. Moravia will face Russell in Russell while Seymour will battle Mormon Trail in Lamoni.



Moravia 56,

Seymour 46



Morav 7 9 18 22 - 56

Seym 13 8 12 13 - 46

MORAVIA (56) – Mark Pruett 21, Adam Clark 8, David Argo 8, Cory McCoy 7, Alex Brown 6, Zak Ward 4, Cody Howe 2. Team 14-42 (33%). FT - 13-20 (65%).

3-point goals – Pruett 4, McCoy. Team 5-14 (36%).

Rebounds – Argo 7, Brown 7, Pruett 5, Clark 4, Ward 4, McCoy 2, Bret Spurgin 2, Mike Scott 2, Cody Howe.

Assists – McCoy 4, Argo 3, Spurgin 2, Scott 2, Clark, Pruett, Ward, Cody Howe.

Steals – McCoy 4, Clark 3, Argo 3, Ward 3, Pruett 2, Scott, Howe.

Turnovers – 18. Team fouls – 20.





Howar eighth grade girls sweep Davis County:

BLOOMFIELD – The Howar Junior High eighth grade girls “A” and “B” basketball teams were both victorious over Davis County on Jan. 5.

The Centerville “A” team outscored DC 16-2 in the third quarter, cruising to a 40-21 win.

“We had a good third quarter and played good defense,” said Howar coach Gary Cline.

Kaylee Mehrhoff and Shelbey Spurgeon led the Redettes with 12 points each in the effort.

The Howar “B” squad followed suit, taking a 21-7 win over Davis County.

Chelsea Garretson, Samantha Robinson, Kelsey Shanahan and Casey Schmell each scored four points in the effort for Centerville.



Centerville 8th A 40,

Davis County 21



Cville 12 6 16 6 - 40

DC 6 4 2 9 - 21

CENTERVILLE (40) – Kaylee Mehrhoff 12, Shelbey Spurgeon 12, Rachel Eddy 7, Katie Daniels 4, Megan DoBraska 2, Kelsey Shanahan 2, Danielle Widmar 1.



Centerville 8th B 21,

Davis County 7



CENTERVILLE (21) – Chelsea Garretson 4, Samantha Robinson 4, Kelsey Shanahan 4, Casey Schmell 4, Danielle Widmar 3, Ashley Sharp 2.





Howar eighth grade girls sneak past Chariton, 36-32:

CENTERVILLE – The Howar Junior High eighth grade girls “A” basketball recorded another victory by defeating Chariton 36-32 on Jan. 10.

The game was tied in the fourth quarter but Centerville stepped up to claim the four point victory.

“We did not connect on our free-throws in this game,” said Howar coach Gary Cline. “Overall, this is a good win.”

Kaylee Mehrhoff paced the Howar offense with 19 points while Shelbey Spurgeon scored 11 points and Rachel Eddy added six points.

The Howar eighth grade girls return to action today when they host Knoxville.



Centerville 8th A 36,

Chariton 32



CENTERVILLE (36) – Kaylee Mehrhoff 19, Shelbey Spurgeon 11, Rachel Eddy 6.





Howar seventh grade girls improve to 6-0 with win over Chariton:

CENTERVILLE – The Howar Junior High seventh grade girls “A” basketball team recorded another victory by defeating Chariton 36-32 on Jan. 10. The win moved Centerville’s record to a perfect 6-0 this season.

“We were in foul trouble from the beginning of the game. Chariton was in the bonus to start the second quarter. We need to ‘clean it up’ but still be aggressive,” commented Howar coach Janet Stevens.

Centerville had a balanced scoring attack as Shelby Crow led the Redettes with eight points while Danyielle Barger scored five points and Tristyn Stroup, Meggie Blozovich and Kelsey Moore added four points each.

The Howar seventh grade girls return to action today when they host Knoxville.



Centerville 7th A 29,

Chariton 18



Char 2 7 5 4 - 18

Cville 14 4 9 2 - 29



CENTERVILLE (29) – Shelby Crow 8, Danyielle Barger 5, Tristyn Stroup 4, Meggie Blozovich 4, Kelsey Moore 4, Jordon Talbot 2, Heidi Gottman 2.

Rebounds – Jordan Moorman 7, Blozovich 7, Barger 7, Moore 5, Stroup 4, Crow 3, Haley Marts 2, Talbot, Gottman.

Steals – Blozovich 4, Crow 3, Marts 3, Stroup 3, Barger 2, Moorman 2.

Blocks – Blozovich 2, Barger.





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