Area basketball results

Russellville boys

Russellville hosted New Bloomfield Feb. 12, which was Senior Night for the Indians, where they captured a big 84-52 win. Brenden Jackson led Russellville with 40 points and 10 assists. Chandler Wolf scored 16 points and had eight rebounds. Zach Voss chipped in with 13 p oints, while Levi Anderson scored 10.

The Indians were on the road Friday for their final game of the regular season, where they

lost 59-53 to Chamois (11-10). The Pirates led 19-14 after one quarter, 31-28 at the half and 48-33 after three quarters.

The #4 seeded Indians (18-7) played #5 seeded Belle Tuesday, Feb. 19, in first-round action at the Class 2 District 8 Tournament at Russellville, however, game results were not available at press time. The winner will play the winner of Tuesday's game between top-seeded Cole Camp and #8 seeded Smithton at 6 p.m. Thursday in the semifinal round of the tourney. The championship game is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Saturday.

Russellville girls

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Russellville's Hannah Campbell puts up a shot during the Class 2 District 8 opener at Russellville Monday night. The top-seeded Lady Indians defeated Smithton 67-31 to advance to semifinals at 6 p.m. today (Wednesday) against #4 seeded Cole Camp.

The Lady Indians played their final game of the regular season at Chamois Friday, where they lost 43-26 to the Lady Pirates.

Top-seeded Russellville played #8 seeded Smithton Monday night in the first round of the Class 2 District 8 Tournament at Russellville, where the Lady Indians won 67-31. The Lady Indians outscored the Lady Tigers in each of the four quarters to secure the win.

Russellville will play #4 seeded Cole Camp at 6 p.m. today (Wednesday) in the semifinal round. The winner of the contest will play the winner of today's other semifinal game between #2 seeded Linn and #3 seeded Tipton at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the championship game.

Prairie Home girls

The Lady Panthers hosted Jamestown for Prairie Home's Homecoming and last game of the regular season Friday night, where they suffered a 55-41 loss to the Lady Eagles.

The #5 seed Lady Panthers then played #4 seeded Community Monday night in round one of the Class 1 District 9 Tournament at Jamestown, where Prairie Home lost a close contest 42-38 to end the season 10-15.

The Lady Panthers led 7-5 after one quarter, 21-14 at the half and 28-27 after three quarters. The Lady Trojans went on to outscore Prairie Home 15-10 in the final frame to secure the win 42-38.

"We had a lapse in the third quarter that hurt us," Prairie Home Coach Linda Scott said. "But this was by far one of our best games of the season."

Makayla Zey led Prairie Home with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Kendra Stinson followed with 10 points, four assists and three rebounds. Prairie Home was 8-14 at the free-throw line.

"Makayla played a whale of a game for us," Scott said. "Katlynn Watson hit a big 3-pointer for us iin the fourth quarter and Kendra did a good job for us at the point. Our three freshmen played really well for us. We've made a big turnaround this year with our attitude and effort, so I'm real proud of the girls."

Prairie Home boys

The Panthers hosted Jamestown for Prairie Home's Homecoming and last game of the regular season Friday, where they won a hard-fought battle against the Eagles 47-41.

The #4 seeded Panthers played #5 seeded Jamestown Tuesday in first-round action at the Class 1 District 9 Tournament at Jamestown, however, results were not available at press time.

The winner will play the winner of Tuesday's game between top-seeded Glasgow and #8 seeded Missouri School for the Deaf at 6 p.m. Thursday in the semifinal round of the tourney. The championship game is scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday.

Jamestown girls

The Lady Eagles played Higbee Monday night in first-round action at the Class 1 District 9 Tournament at Jamestown, where they captured a 70-39 win from the Lady Tigers.

The Lady Eagles led 20-5 after one quarter and 38-17 at the half. Jamestown outscored Higbee 32-22 in the second half to capture the win.

Jamestown, the #3 seed, will play #2 seeded Glasgow in the semifinal round at 7:30 p.m. today (Wednesday). The winner will play the winner of Wednesday's semifinal game between top-seeded Chamois and #4 seeded Community at 6 p.m. Friday in the championship game.

Jametsown boys

The Indians played their final game of the regular season at Prairie Home's Homecoming Friday night, where they lost 47-41 to the Panthers.

The #5 seeded Eagles played #4 seeded Prairie Home Tuesday night in first-round acton at the Class 1 District 9 Tournament at Jamestown, however, game results were not available at press time. The winner of the contest will play the winner of Tuesday's game between top-seeded Glasgow and #8 seeded Missouri School for the Deaf at 6 p.m. Thursday in the semifinal round. The championship game is scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday.

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