The Jamestown Lady Eagles hosted St. Elizabeth Monday, Nov. 25, where they suffered a 61-35 loss to the Lady Hornets.
"For our first game, we executed some things nicely and some things poorly," Jamestown Coach E.H. Hirschvogel said. "Overall, I'm more pleased than concerned. We will bounce back from this and do well."
After an even 8-8 first quarter, St. Elizabeth led 26-15 at the half, 44-29 after three quarters, and outscored Jamestown 17-6 in the final frame to secure the win.
Alli Muri led Jamestown with 15 points, followed by Mickayla Strother with seven. Robyn Eschenbrenner chipped in with five.
The Indians hosted Eldon Nov. 26, where Russellville's varsity suffered a 57-24 loss to the Mustangs.
Levi Anderson led Russellville with nine points, five rebounds, five blocks, three steals and two assists. Brien Gier followed with seven points, one rebound and one assist.
Russellville will host Jamestown at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10.
Prairie Home Boys
The Panthers were on the road for a contest against Northwest Nov. 26, where they captured a 44-40 win.
Northwest started off with a 12-10 lead after the first quarter, however, Prairie Home had pulled ahead 23-21 by the half. The Panthers scored 12 points to Northwest's nine in the third quarter to lead 35-30 going into the final frame. Northwest outscored Prairie Home 10-9 in the fourth, but it was too little, too late as the Panthers came away with a 44-40 victory.
"Good road win," Prairie Home Coach Cary Bibb said. "We really competed well and rebounded well."
Rayce Kendrick led the Panthers with 17 points, followed by Ross Kendrick with 10. Jonathan Brandes chipped in with eight points, and Kody Simmons added six.
Northwest was led by Chandler Crosswhite with 17 points.
Prairie Home will host MSD (Missouri School for the Deaf) Thursday, Dec. 5, beginning with the varsity girls game at 6 p.m., with the varsity boys game to follow.
Prairie Home Girls
The Lady Panthers played Northwest at Hughesville Nov. 26, where they captured a 40-13 win.
"For our first game, it was great," Prairie Home Coach Linda Scott said. "Defensively we played really well. We didn't let them have any second shots. Offensively we executed our plays and got good shots."
Prairie Home outscored Northwest 11-2 in the first quarter, 7-5 in the second, 11-5 in the third, and 11-1 in the fourth quarter to secure the win.
Makayla Zey led the Lady Panthers with 19 points, followed by Brooke Emmerich with 11, Shianne Rhorer with six and Josie Flood with five.
"Krista Small, Makayla, Josie and Shianne dominated the boards," Scott said. "They were key to our rebounding and keeping Northwest from getting any shots."
The Lady Panthers hit 11 of 19 free throws.
Prairie Home will host MSD (Missouri School for the Deaf) at 6 p.m. Thursday.