The Sacred Heart Gremlins moved within two wins of completing an undefeated boys basketball season on Tuesday night at Stover High School.
The Gremlins beat the Stover Bulldogs 75-33 to improve to 22-0 overall and 7-0 in the conference.
Chase Lyles had a big night for Sacred Heart. He scored a game-high 25 points, including a 7-of-8 showing from 3-point range. Stefan Cox added 18 points, and Jimmy Villalobos had 15 points and 15 rebounds.
Jordan French and Colton Knierim had seven points each to lead Stover, which fell to 8-15 and 2-6.
Sacred Heart held quarter leads of 24-8, 37-17 and 58-31.
The Gremlins will travel to Windsor on Thursday and Northwest on Friday to conclude the regular season.
Green Ridge 88 La Monte 42
Axton Harding scored his 1,000th career point off an assist from his brother Alden Harding, as the Green Ridge Tigers beat La Monte 88-42 on Tuesday night.
Green Ridge led 29-8 after the first quarter and 52-23 at halftime.
Axton Harding finished with 27 points. Hunter Niceswander added 13. Tom Dove and Peyton Needy scored 10 each.
La Monte was led by Seth Johnson with 12 points and Logan Rieckhoff with 11.
Green Ridge (13-11, 5-4 Kaysinger) will visit Santa Fe on Thursday.
Knob Noster 56, Lexington 44
The Knob Noster boys basketball team’s seniors went out in style.
The Panthers beat Lexington 56-44 Tuesday on senior night at Knob Noster High School.
“What a great way to send out our our seven seniors tonight with a good win vs. a conference opponent,” Knob Noster coach Adam Easterwood said.
Senior Brett Marsh scored a game-high 20 points for Knob Noster. Senior Hayden Anderson had 13 points, and senior David Barton had 12 points and 11 rebounds.
Knob Noster (22-2 overall, 8-1 MRVC East) led 12-10 after one quarter, 28-22 at halftime and 44-33 after three quarters.
Sweet Springs 55, Crest Ridge 48
Christina Higgins scored 20 points Tuesday night, and the Sweet Springs Lady Greyhounds beat Crest Ridge 55-48 in an I-70 Conference girls basketball game at Sweet Springs.
Ashleigh Bright posted a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds. She added a team-high four assists for the Lady Greyhounds.
Sweet Springs (13-9, 2-5 conference) led 20-11 after one quarter, 33-26 at halftime and 45-35 after three quarters.
Northwest 46, Chilhowee 24
Jessi Zimmerman had 14 points, two rebounds and two steals Monday night, and the Northwest Lady Mustangs beat Chilhowee 46-24 in a nonconference girls basketball game at Hughesville.
Lakota Wiskur had eight points and eight rebounds, and Alyssa Durrill added seven points, as the Lady Mustangs improved to 6-15.
Northwest 66, Chilhowee 43
Cortlen Austin’s double-double helped the Northwest Mustangs beat Chilhowee 66-43 Monday night in a nonconference boys basketball game at Hughesville.
Austin had 23 points and 13 rebounds. Chandler Crosswhite had 14 points and eight rebounds. Truman Leicher, Matthew Locke and Garren Powell had nine points each for the Mustangs, who improved to 7-14.
Skyline 91, Cole Camp 82
Alex Pritzel scored 28 points for the Cole Camp Bluebirds on Monday night, but Skyline beat them 91-82 at Cole Camp.
Koby Knievel and Tanner Oelrichs scored 18 points each, and Tyler Ward had 12. Cole Camp fell to 8-15.