Washington, MO

Local High School Sports-Friday, February 17th

Boys Basketball

Sullivan is guaranteed at least a share of the Four Rivers Conference title following a 57-41 win over the Pacific Indians. Jared Woodcock drained 23 points followed by Caleb Stack with 14 and the Eagle defense locked down on the Indians. Sullivan moves to 18-6 and 6-0 in league action with the final conference game against Owensville next week. Jordan Cowsert was the only Indian in double figures with five three pointers and 17 points. Pacific drops to 15-8 and 6-1.

Cason Suggs scored 16 points followed by Conlan Jarvis with 15 leading Washington to a 64-55 win over Fort Zumwalt North. Dayton Turner chipped in 11. The Jays move to 12-11 on the season. Marco Powells led all scorers with 27 for the Panthers, now 7-15

Matt Wade led three players in double figures with 15 points and Hermann posted a 56-34 win over New Haven. Garrett Leimkuehler and MJ Heidger added 13 apiece as the Bearcats finished the regular season 17-7 overall and 4-3 in the Four Rivers Conference. Brady Kruse scored 12 for New Haven, now 6-19 and 1-6.

Montgomery County 78 Warrenton 74

Owensville 50 Union 45. The Dutchmen improve to 8-14 overall and 1-5 in the conference while Union dips to 11-13 and 3-4.

Other girls action

Washington secured the GAC Central title with a 62-41 win over Fort Zumwalt North. Jackie Arnold led four girls in double figures with 19 points. Nichole Brinker added 14 with 10 each from Kyra Hardesty and Reese Arnold. Washington moves to 22-3 and 9-0. Rachel Pudlowski led the Lady Panthers with 15 points. North drops to 17-7 and 7-3.

Owensville 36 Union 28. The Dutchgirls are 8-15 1-5. Union drops to 6-17 and 0-7

Borgia 53 Rosati-Kain 23. Borgia moves to 14-9 overall and 5-2 in the AAA Conference. Rosati-Kain drops to 3-20 and 0-8.



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