Smithton beat La Monte 98-77 in Kaysinger Conference boys basketball on Friday in Smithton.
The Tigers scored at least 20 points in every quarter including 29 int he second and 27 int he fourth.
Dane Apsher led Smithton with 32 points.Drew Apsher had 13, Brandon Amos 10, Damien Hendricks 11 and Preston McMullen 12.
La Monte was led by Seth Johnson with 31, Juan Barajas with 15 and Cobey Martin with 14.
La Monte won the junior varsity game 28-16.
Smithton (12-1, 5-0 Kaysinger) will host Stover on Friday for Homecoming.
Sacred Heart 83, Lincoln 53
Sacred Heart beat Lincoln 83-53 on Friday, racing out to a 20-10 lead after one and leading 50-24 at the half.
Stefan Cox had 23 points for the Gremlins. Jimmy Villalobos scored 13, Garrett Strange scored 16 and Chase Lyles added 10.
Lincoln was led by Ryan Eckhoff with 13 points and Corbin Mertgen with 12.
Sacred Heart (10-0, 3-0) will face Santa Fe in the W-K Shootout at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
Tipton 74, Windsor 47
Tipton beat Windsor 74-47 on Friday.
Four Cardinals scored in double figures led by Dyland Cooper’s 18 points.
Cooper also had 11 rebounds.
Aaron Garoutte led Windsor with 22 points. Trenton Johnson added 14.
Smithton 65, La Monte 54
Smithton beat La Monte 65-45 in a Kaysinger Conference girls basketball game Friday in Smithton.
The Lady Tigers jumped out to a 16-6 lead after one but could not extend the lead in the second quarter and the Lady Vikings chipped away at it in the third, trailing 43-36 after three. Smithton put the game away by outscoring La Monte 22-9 in the fourth.
Fisher led Smithton with 28. Mariah Cairer added 20 and Kaley Snall had eight.
Katie Patrick led La Monte with 13 points.
Smithton (5-8, 4-1 Kaysinger) will host Stover on Friday.
Applewood Christian 36, Missouri Mavericks 28
Applewood beat Missouri Homeschool Mavericks 36-28
Applewood led 11-8 after one, 21-16 at the half and 28-21 after three quarters.
Miranda Crosier scored 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Meredith Crosier scored 12 points and had 16 rebounds.
Applewood (7-3) will play in the semifinal of the Lebanon Homeschool Girls Tournament against the St. Louis Patriettes at 3:30 Saturday.
Freshman Boys Basketball
Battle 53, Smith-Cotton 41
The Smith-Cotton freshmen boys basketball team couldn’t keep up with Battle High’s fast-break offense, leaving the Tigers with a 53-41 defeat Friday night at S-C Junior High.
Battle’s frenetic style lifted the Spartans to a 29-13 lead at the half. The Tigers cut the lead to nine points in the third quarter, but foul trouble created another hurdle.
Zach Morrison led the Tigers (4-4) with 19 points, while Kendall Weymouth added 13. Battle was led by Malik Johnson with 16 and Dennis Haynes with 13.
Battle also won the B game, 33-12.
Cole Camp 70, Versailles 56
Cole Camp scored 23 points in the second quarter to pull away for a 70-56 win over Versailles.
Meghan Pitts scored 27 points for the Bluebirds. Kaleena Logan added 14. Kimmi Finkiewicz and Harper Schroeder each scored 10.
Sacred Heart 48, Lincoln 34
Sacred Heart beat Lincoln 48-34 in a Kaysinger Conference game on Thursday.
Paige Bybee led Lincoln with 13 points. Allison Spunaugle added 10.
With the win Sacred Heart improves to 3-0 in conference play and will face Santa Fe in the W-K Shootout at noon Saturday at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
Mack Creek 47, Warsaw 44
Warsaw fell at the Skyline Tournament 47-44 to Macks Creek on Thursday.
Warsaw led 15-12 after one quarter but were outscored 14-6 in the second.
Randall Sherman led Warsaw with 27 points.