Faulkner roundup: St. Joseph and Mayflower basketball, Hendrix basketball, CBC basketball and wrestling

 

 

St. Joseph lost two games Saturday in final round of the Joe Mallett Classic at the St. Joseph Family Activity Center.

Clinton defeated the Lady Bulldogs (4-5), 53-39, for the girls title.

Piper Mullaney, Brianna Wells and Joanie Elsinger each scored eight points. Elsinger added nine rebounds. Amber Briggler and Mullaney each had six rebounds. Erin Sterka four assists and two recoveries. Mary Katherine had three assists and one recovery.

Perrville’s boys won 44-28.

Guy-Perkins won the boys title with a 66-54 victory over Shirley.

Mayflower’s girls took third place with a 53-37 victory over Fountain Lake.

Tori Lasker led the Lady Eagles with 14 points. Marissa Harper added 13 points. Bella York had 11 points.

In another game, Perryville defeated Shirley, 57-38.

St. Joseph vs. Quitman

At Quitman, Quitman defeated St, Joseph in two senior basketball games.

In senior boys, Quitman won, 45-29.

Jacob Welter led St. Joseph with 10 points and two steal. Daniel Lee Kordsmeier had six pooints. Triple Williams had four points and five rebounds. Brad Vandivere had three assists

In senior girls, Quitman (5-1) won, 71-38.

Brinna Wells and Joanie Elsinger each had eight points. Amber Briggler added six, three assists and three recoveries. Rachell Prall had four rebounds. Wells had four assists..

St. Joseph (3-2) on the junior boys game.

John McKenna led with 15 points and seven rebounds. Caleb Hiegel had 10 points and six rebounds. Other leaders were: Will Schichtl, nine points, three assists; Hunter Watkins, five points; Ryan Davis, eight rebounds; Luke Bruich, three assists; Christian Skinner, two assists, two steals.

Cliff Garrison Classic

The Hendrix men won two games while the women lost twice over the weekend at the Cliff Garrison Classic at Grove Gymnasium.

On Sunday, the Warriors (3-4) romped past Rust, 101-74.

It was the first time the Warriors scored 100 in a game since Feb. 4, 2011 when they beat Southwestern 105-94 in overtime.

Sophomore guard Preston Smith scored 24 points with four rebounds and three assists. Smith was 7-of-10 from 3-point range, tying for the second most made in a game in school history. zsenior guard Hank Aldous dropped in 23 points with seven boards and a career-high six assists.

Friday, Hendrix defeated Texas Lutheran, 81-77. Smith led with 24 points Travis Garrett had 17.

The women lost to Texas Lutheran 52-44 on Sunday.

Junior Sara Dyslin recorded her fourth double-double of the year with 13 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks.

Saturday, Trinity defeated the Warriors, 69-56.

The Hendrix College women’s basketball team lost to Trinity University 69-56 in the Cliff Garrison Classic at Grove Gymnasium Saturday afternoon.

The visiting Tigers (6-0), who are receiving votes in the national Top 25 polls led 36, 24 at halftime. They led by as many as 16 early in third quarter. The Warriors (4-3) came as close as eight points down early in the fourth.

Dyslin led the Warriors with 16 points and a season-high 16 rebounds, nine of which were on the offensive end. She also recorded two assists and a pair of steals.

CBC basketball

At Cleveland, Miss., Delta State, ranked 23rd in NCAA Division II defeated Central Baptist Collwge, 77-66, in men’s basketball.

Stephen Ramsey led the Mustangs with 16 points. Jalyn McBride added 15.

At Columbia, Mo., Stephens College (2-8, 1-3) romped past the CBC women (2-8, 1-4), 72-51.

Karlie Senko led CBC with 13 points. Audrey Moran added 10. Aaliyah Block had four points and eight rebounds.

CBC wrestling

At Amarillo, Central Baptist Colelge’s Zach Kearny placed second in the 197-pound division of the Wayland Baptist Invitational.

Other highlights:

149 pounds – Devon Senior fell in the consolation round to George Haskins from Richland College by decision. Senior won his first match by decision over Patrick Williams of Bacone College. In the quarterfinal, Senior won by fall over Al Ordonez of Lyon College. In the semifinal, Bradley Lehmann of Midland won by fall to send Senior to the consolation round.

157 pounds – Chadrick Crain dropped the consolidation round to Clay DeWaal of Bethany College by fall. Crain fell in the opening round to John Paul Robledo of Richland College.

197 pounds – Kearney placed second after being defeated in the championship match by Riley Williams of Wayland Baptist by fall. Kearney defeated Adam Ball from Midland in the quarterfinal and Jovanni Virgen of Bacon College in the semifinal to make the first place match.

285 pounds – Francisco Joseph lost in a tie breaker in the consolidation round to Bacon College’s Marcus Zeighler. Joseph advanced to the quarterfinal via a bye. Aaron Rafalko from Midland College won by fall over Joseph to send him to the consolidation round.

 

 

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