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Friday, Jan. 30, 2015
Bootheel Conference Teams
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The seeding meeting for the girls Bootheel Conference Tournament had to wait until after Thursday night. That's when the top two teams, both undefeated in conference play, faced off. The Senath-Hornersville Lady Lions hosted...
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Campbell wins JV tournament on home court (01/30/15)
The Campbell Camels prevailed over Neelyville, claiming the JV tournament title on their home court. The Neelyville side, which upset Kennett on the day before, fought hard in the first half before Campbell took in the second. "They made a great run," said Campbell coach Joey Kerperien of Neelyville's group. "They beat Twin Rivers JV and then came in and beat Kennett last night. We couldn't take them lightly, because they've had a really good tournament. They definitely made us work."...
Holcomb upsets Kennett for third place at Campbell JV Tournament (01/30/15)
Following a crushing defeat on Wednesday, the Holcomb Hornets bounced back by upsetting Kennett 38-35 for third place at the Campbell JV Tournament. "Last night was, honestly, probably my toughest loss as a coach at any level," said coach Corbin Clark after the game. "We were up 8 with two minutes left and didn't score another point."...
Late heroics at Campbell JV Tournament semifinals (01/29/15)
It was a night of high drama at the Campbell JV tournament semifinals. 5th place Neelyville upset 2nd place Kennett 47-42, while Campbell came from behind to beat Holcomb 39-38 thanks to a buzzer beater from Riley Peters.
Senath-Hornersville power their way to fourth straight win (01/28/15)
Cody Tucker Daily Dunklin Democrat Following Friday's narrow victory over South Pemiscot, the Senath-Hornersville Lions knew their defensive strategy needed work. Though their offense is finally firing on all cylinders, they've consistently struggled to tame scoring from competition across the area...
Kennett Indians return home, earn crucial win (01/27/15)
For the Kennett High School boys basketball team, wins have been hard to come by this season.
Arkansas survives 61-60 as Missouri late free throws miss (01/27/15)
Jake Kreinberg Associated Press COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Alandise Harris scored 14 points while Bobby Portis added 12 and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Arkansas past Missouri 61-60 on Saturday. Missouri had a chance to take the lead with 3.3 seconds remaining with Wes Clark at the free throw line, but both of the sophomore guard's attempts rattled off the rim and missed...
Senath-Hornersville eke out victory over South Pemiscot (01/23/15)
The South Pemiscot Bulldogs brought quite a fight to the Senath-Hornersville High School gymnasium on Friday night. Despite a very disciplined performance, the Lions potent offense weathered the storm to seal a 81-80 victory. Victor Dukes finished with a game-high 30 points in another standout performance. Meanwhile, Kyle Moore scored 22 while Jesse Childress scored 15...
Kennett High School, SEMO Youth Wrestling hosts massive meet for young wresters (01/22/15)
Dozens of little wrestlers filled Kennett's High School gymnasium. The huge meet gave students of the sport a chance to face off against their contemporaries. Member's of Kennett's High School wrestling team were on hand to officiate matches that were sprawled out across the gym floor...
Lady Lions back to winning ways with after topping Caruthersville (01/22/15)
Cody Tucker Daily Dunklin Democrat The Senath-Hornersville Lady Lions are in fine form as they work to carve out a spot amongst the top teams in their conference. On Thursday, they towered over Caruthersville to claim their fourth win in the past five games...
Lady Indians offense sharpens up in win over Campbell (01/21/15)
While Heidi Shetley has typically led the Kennett Lady Indians on offense this season, it was her big sister who topped the scoring list in Tuesday's 53-24 win over Campbell. Kate Shetley scored a team-high 13 points for the Lady Indians, while Heidi Shetley and Hadley Hilburn both finished the game with 11 points. Taylor Osborn scored a game-high 15 points for Campbell...
Rust family, Winans inducted into SEMO Hall of Fame (01/21/15)
By ERIN UNERSTALL SEMO News Service CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - Former Southeast Missouri State men's basketball player Derek Winans stood on a stage in the middle of the Show Me Center on Friday night, a place he'd been accustomed to for most of his life...
Kennett faces uphill battle in second home meet (01/20/15)
The Kennett High School wrestling team endured a tough battle during the first home dual meet in school history. The Indians topped Valle Catholic 60-12, but the Warriors team consisted of only four wrestlers. That means a vast majority of Indian victories came in the form of forfeits. However, they earned points in two matches thanks to pins from Kaleb Tribble and Cody Roberts...
Lady Lions enjoy winning streak (01/19/15)
Following several early season struggles in Senath-Hornersville, the Lady Lions are finally enjoying a run of form thanks to a three-game winning streak. Victories came against East Carter, Malden, and most recently, South Pemiscot. The Lady Lions towered over the Bulldogs Thursday night by winning 65-27 in varsity play and 46-23 in junior varsity...
Kennett beats hosts to claim Malden JV Tournament title (01/19/15)
The Kennett Indians capped off a grueling week of basketball by beating the host team for first place at the Malden JV tournament.
Holcomb wins big over North Pemiscot (01/19/15)
The Holcomb Hornets enjoyed 20 point victories in both varsity and junior varsity play against North Pemiscot on Thursday.
Ellington threatens Southland's single game scoring record (01/19/15)
Tyler Ellington came within five points of breaking Southland's single game scoring record during a loss to North Pemiscot on Friday night.
Dukes scores 26 as Senath-Hornersville tops Risco 69-30 (01/16/15)
Senath-Hornersville High School celebrated homecoming by getting their first look at Victor Dukes on their home court. Fans packed the Lions high school gymnasium to see a wide range of festivities. Among them was a 69-30 victory, for which the Lions did not disappoint.
Kennett hosts first wrestling meet in school history (01/15/15)
The Kennett Indians made more history on Thursday night, by hosting Dexter in the school's first-ever home wrestling meet.
Senath-Hornersville wins historic overtime battle in Malden (01/14/15)
There simply aren't enough superlatives to describe Tuesday night's battle inside the Malden High School gymnasium. Instead, the facts of the game speak for themselves: Victor Dukes scored 56 points in his debut for Senath-Hornersville. Kyle Moore scored 29. Cortez Dobbins topped them both by scoring a school-record 67 points for Malden. Senath-Hornersville prevailed in overtime, 109-104, in what could be a clear signal to district and conference rivals...
Lady Lions piece together a winning streak (01/13/15)
The Senath-Hornersville Lady Lions have put together a string of wins in their past few days. It's the a winning streak they've been working for, and now they hope to use it as momentum for the rest of the season. After beating East Carter County on Friday, the Lady Lions hosted Malden on Monday. Despite double-digit scoring from three Green Wave players, Senath-Hornersville found a way to eke out a 38-34 victory...
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