Faulkner roundup: St. Joseph defeats CCS twice in basketball; Mayflower girls, Ruth Doyle and CCS bowling

 

St. Joseph’s basketball teams won two or three games Tuesday against Conway Christian at the St. Joseph Family Activity Center.

The Bulldogs outscored the Eagles, 13-6, in the third quarter on the way to a 52-35 victory.

 

Daniel Lee Kordsmeier had 16 points and nine rebounds for the Bulldogs. Jack Briggler had 11 points, four assists, and three steals. Other leaders were: Triple Williams, seven points, six rebounds; Clayton Heathscott, six points; Gage Berger, four points; Jacob Welter, four points, four assists, two steals; Brad Vandivere, three assists, three steals.

In senior girls, St. Joseph (5-6) won a tight one over the Lady Eagles (2-3), 58-54.

Amber Briggler led St. Joseph with 15 points, five assists, four assists. Mary Katherine Hartman, 11 points. Joanie Elsinger added eight points and Rachel Prall, seven and five rebounds. Brianna Wells had five rebounds, three assists and one recovery. Erin Sterka had seven assists and one recovery.

CCS won the junior girls game, 30-22. Brooklyn Kordsmeier led St. Joseph with 10 points. Lauren Berger had four and three steals. Emily Briggler had five rebounds.

Mayflower girls

MAYFLOWER — Tori Lasker scored 29 points and Tristen Lasker added 11 Tuesday night as Mayflower defeated Joe T. Robinson, 45-37. in girls basketball.

The Lady Eagles jumped to a 13-2 lead in the first quarter.

Ruth Doyle girls

Ruth Doyle’s seventh-grade girls tram defeatedt Courtway Middle School on Tuesday night, 24-9.

Karsen Roach leading all scorers with 14 points. Lauren Hill had 4, Sarah-Grace Adams added a 3-pointer, while Alyssa Battle, Madison Holloway, Mary Grace Matthews, and Avery Grummer all had two points and Shelsea Clark had one.

Bob Courtway won the B game, 11-6.

CCS vs. Greenbrier bowling

Greenbrier won matches by two pins and six pins Tuesday in the bowling opener for both teams.

Greenbrier’s four-strike streak helped the Panthers overcome a 130-97 lead in the second match.

Cameron Horton, Ben Rowlett and Trey Starkey had strong outings for CCS.

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