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Linn County Leader - Brookfield, MO
  • Linn County’s Stillwell Delivers

  • Trey ahead of buzzer beats Bevier Thursday
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  • A pair of games each for Linn schools County was the extent of Thursday’s area high school basketball.
    Off the court, the bracket for next week's Carroll-Livingston Activities Association conference tournament was released Thursday (see accompanying image).
    (G) Bevier 41, Linn County 38
    (B) Linn County 52, Bevier 50
    PURDIN — Ty Stillwell’s 3-pointer just before the final horn lifted the 13-6 Mustangs’ league mark to 5-1.
    It completed a 10-points second half for him after Bevier blanked him in the first 16 minutes. Bevier could not control Josh Allen, however, as the lefty had nine first-quarter points and 10 in the third on his way to 21.
    The LCHS girls (10-8, 2-4) couldn’t handle Taylor Hodworth, who rang up 23 points with Beth Ashenfelter adding 14. The Lady Mustangs’ Kerstin Wilson scored 11.
    (G) Meadville 48, Grundy Co. R-5 14
    (B) Meadville 69, Grundy Co. R-5 32
    GALT – Coming off Carroll-Livingston Activities Association regular-season title-clinching wins Tuesday, the MHS teams cruised on the road.
    The Eagles (22-1) started slowly, tied 9-9 after one period, then soared to consecutive 26- and 28-points stanzas. Their leading scorer was Derek Smith with 22 points – 15 of them in the second frame, T.J. Schmitz with 11, and Cade Shiflett with 10. That trio combined for nine treys. Grundy County R-5’s leading scorer was Destin Gann with 11.
    Haley Fitzpatrick scored 17 points and Erin Shiflett 11 as the Lady Eagles (15-6) dominated. Grundy County had 12 of its 14 from Elizabeth Novak.Linn County’s Stillwell delivers
    Trey ahead of buzzer beats Bevier
    A pair of games each for Linn schools County was the extent of Thursday’s area high school basketball.
    (G) Bevier 41, Linn County 38
    (B) Linn County 52, Bevier 50
    PURDIN — Ty Stillwell’s 3-pointer just before the final horn lifted the 13-6 Mustangs’ league mark to 5-1.
    It completed a 10-points second half for him after Bevier blanked him in the first 16 minutes. Bevier could not control Josh Allen, however, as the lefty had nine first-quarter points and 10 in the third on his way to 21.
    The LCHS girls (10-8, 2-4) couldn’t handle Taylor Hodworth, who rang up 23 points with Beth Ashenfelter adding 14. The Lady Mustangs’ Kerstin Wilson scored 11.
    (G) Meadville 48, Grundy Co. R-5 14
    (B) Meadville 69, Grundy Co. R-5 32
    GALT – Coming off Carroll-Livingston Activities Association regular-season title-clinching wins Tuesday, the MHS teams cruised on the road.
    The Eagles (22-1) started slowly, tied 9-9 after one period, then soared to consecutive 26- and 28-points stanzas. Their leading scorer was Derek Smith with 22 points – 15 of them in the second frame, T.J. Schmitz with 11, and Cade Shiflett with 10. That trio combined for nine treys. Grundy County R-5’s leading scorer was Destin Gann with 11.
    Page 2 of 2 - Haley Fitzpatrick scored 17 points and Erin Shiflett 11 as the Lady Eagles (15-6) dominated. Grundy County had 12 of its 14 from Elizabeth Novak.
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