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Jensen Bauer hit a 3-pointer with 5.8 seconds to play to lift Stover to a 50-47 overtime win over Sacred Heart on Wednesday.


That shot came after Hunter Miesner hit a 3-pointer at the end of regulation to tie the game for the Lady Bulldogs at 45-45.


Bauer finished the game with 16 points, 13 of those coming in the second half and overtime. Miesner added 11 and Carley Nolting scored nine.


Gabbi Ebers led the Gremlins with 17. Claudia Cox had 12. Lauron Tanguay added eight.


Sacred Heart led 14-0 midway through the first quarter before Stover rallied. The Lady Bulldogs were still down by 11 heading into the fourth quarter but outscored the Gremlins 16-5 over the final eight minutes of regulation.


“We did not handle the press well and they just put it to us in the first four minutes,” said Stover coach Ernie Haag. “It was a super game. Boith teams played as hard as they could and we just hit a shot at the end.”


Stover (15-9, 6-2 Kaysinger) will face Climax Springs on Friday.


Sacred Heart (12-10, 5-2 Kaysinger) will host Windsor today.


Clinton 35, Smith-Cotton 30


Smith-Cotton fell to Clinton 35-30 on Wednesday.


The Lady Tigers led 27-19 heading into the fourth quarter before being outscored 16-3 int he final eight minutes.


Cheyanne Tumlinson led Smith-Cotton with nine points. Abby Knight added seven.


Smith-Cotton will visit St. Pius on Friday.


Boys Basketball


Smith-Cotton 66, Clinton 55


Four players scored in double figures as Smith-Cotton beat Clinton 66-55 on Wednesday.


The Tigers jumped out to a 17-10 lead after one quarter and extended that with a 19-14 run in the third.


Dalton Zaremba led the Tigers with 16 points and six rebounds. Chance Johnson and Dante Scroggins each had 15 points. Jacob Bergman added 14 points, 10 rebounds and four blocked shots.


Spencer Ruckman and Johnson each contributed five assists.


“They shared the ball tremendously,” said Smith-Cotton coach Ray Hughes.


Smith-Cotton (7-13, 2-6 West Central Conference) will visit St. Pius X on Friday.


Late Tuesday


Girls Basketball


La Monte 61, Green Ridge 55


La Monte rallied from a one-point deficit at halftime to beat Green Ridge 61-55 on Tuesday.


The Lady Vikings were led by Vada Demotte with 14 points. Madison Harris added 12. Sandra Arroyo scored 11 and Erin Warner chipped in 10 points.


La Monte will face Smithton in the third-place game of the Leeton Tournament at 1 p.m. Saturday.


Tipton 67, Cole Camp 51


Tipton pulled away from Cole Camp in the second half to beat the Bluebirds 67-51 on Tuesday in Tipton.


The Cardinals led 35-33 at the half before outscoring Cole Camp 22-9 in the third quarter and 12-9 in the fourth.


Meghan Pitts and Kaleena Logan each scored 14 points for Cole Camp. Kimmi Finkiewicz added 12.


Orrick 53, Concordia 32


Concordia fell to Orrick 53-32 on Tuesday.


Cailey Cooper led the Lady Orioles with 17 points.


Boys Basketball


Sweet Springs 70, Crest Ridge 58


Sweet Springs used a strong second half to beat Crest Ridge 70-58 on Tuesday.


The Cougars led 36-35 at the half before the Greyhounds outscored them 16-12 in the third quarter and 19-10 in the fourth.


Four Greyhounds scored in double figures. Jacob Schowengerdt led Sweet Springs with 24 points, nine rebounds and four assists. Andrew Krause added 16 points, shooting 6 of 11 from the field. Nathan Vogelsmeier scored 13 points and had four steals. Jeffery Hall scored 10 points.


Versailles 81, Warsaw 51


Randall Sherman broke the Warsaw school single-season scoring record but it was not enough as the Wildcats fell to Sherman 81-51 on Tuesday.


Sherman finished with 13 in the game and now has 632 for the season.


Jesse Chamberlain added 18.


Versailles led 24-20 after one quarter before breaking the game open in the second and third. Trey Woods and Ryan Surface each scored 20 points for Versailles.


Wasrsaw (13-11) will host Southern Boone on Friday.

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