2007-08 Chillicothe Girls Basketball

Record: 11-13 / Conference: 2-6
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11/30 Macon 50 at Chillicothe 37
     Macon nailed five treys and went 17 of 23 from the free throw line to edge Chillicothe 50-37 in Chillicothe. Macon led by five after the first quarter and 21-12 at the half. "We struggled on defense," stated Chillicothe coach Karen Jackson. "They definately our rebounded us and had about 16 second chance points and that absolutely killed us."
     In the third quarter Chillicothe trimmed an 11 point deficit to four points. "On the offensive end, we were able to give them some match up problems. We spread the floor a little which and took some of their post players to the basket, but we didn't start doing that until the second half" commented Jackson. The come back fell short when Macon built an 11 point lead by the end of the quarter.
     Macon was led by Abby Rowland with 13 points and Rachelle Butner with 11. Chillicothe was paced by Carole Jo Myers with 12 points, including ten in the third quarter. "She's full of energy, she sparked the third quarter surge we had off our press" said Jackson.
Macon (3-0)
Abby Rowland 13 points, Rachelle Butner 11 points, Audrey Thrasher 9 points, Jena Leathers 6 points, Rebecca Butner 5 points, Emily Rudkin 4 points, McKenzie Montgomery 2 points, Katlyn Hayes 0 points, Raquel Sherman 0 points, Shana Hicks 0 points, Lori Truitt 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Leathers (2), Rowland (2), Rebecca Butner
Chillicothe (0-1)
Carole Jo Myers 12 points, Mallory Lowe 7 points, Sara Mathew 7 points, Leanne Mathew 5 points, Holly Williams 4 points, Morgan Quinn 2 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points. Three Point Baskets: S. Mathew, L. Mathew.

 

12/3 Chillicothe 45, at Moberly 34
     Chillicothe took the lead in the first quarter and went on to beat Moberly 45-34 at Moberly. The difference in the game was at the Free Throw line, where Chillicothe went 15 of 24 compared to 6 of 7 for the game for Moberly. Moberly was whistled for 20 fouls for the game compared to just eight against Chillicothe. The Lady Hornets had balanced scoring led by Carole Jo Myers with 10 points and 5 rebounds.
Moberly
Tiemey Seifert 9 points, Akelia Rucker 6 points, Shelby Thorne 6 points, Morgan Whitson 6 points, Andie Wiesner 5 points, Shelby Sutherland 2 points, Blair Haskamp 0 points, Jackie David 0 points, Makayla Garrett 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Wiesner, Seifert
Chillicothe (1-1)
Carole Jo Myers 10 points, Leanne Mathew 9 points, Morgan Quinn 8 points, Sara Mathew 7 points, Mallory Lowe 6 points, Holly Williams 5 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points. Three Point Baskets: L. Mathew (2)


12/17 at St Joseph Lafayette 46, Chillicothe 41
     St Joseph Lafayette ended the game on a 7-2 run to beat Chillicothe 46-41 in a non-conference game in St Joseph. Chillicothe led by 2 points at the half and by as many as 7 early in the third quarter before Lafayette bounced back to tie it up at 32 at the end of the quarter. Lady Hornets Coach Karen Jackson commented after the game that the lady Hornets had their chances but missed too many shots in the paint. A Morgan Quick basket midway thru the fourth quarter gave Chillicothe a two point lead, but Chillicothe could manage just two free throws the remainder of the game.
St Joseph Lafayette (1-3)
Ciara Shepherd 14 points, Terri Cooper 6 points, Samantha Hummer 6 points, Jahara Mabion 5 points, LaKrisa cruse 5 points, Patience Mozee 3 points, Jaleesa Blakely 3 points, Baleigh McCrary 2 points, Sarah Cook 2 points, Lauren Keeney 0 points, Jessie Lantz 0 points . Three Point Baskets: Shepherd (2), Cooper, Blakely
Chillicothe (1-2)
Carole Jo Myers 11 points, Holly Williams 11 points, Morgan Quinn 9 points, Mallory Lowe 6 points, Sara Mathew 4 points, Leanne Mathew 0 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points. . Three Point Baskets: Williams


12/19 Savannah 50, at Chillicothe 41
     Savannah hit a trey midway thru the second quarter to take a one point lead and held on the rest of the game to edge Chillicothe 50-41 at Chillicothe. The Lady Hornets led by as many as five points in the second quarter, but a Chillicothe turnover late followed by a Savannah basket at the buzzer gave the Lady Savages a four point lead that Chillicothe could not overcome.
Savannah (4-1)
Chelsie Verbick 18 points, Kate Gallagher 1 points, Beth Reine 5 points, Caylin Slavin 2 points, Kara Smith 2 points, Sara Eiman 2 points, Dara Widmer 2 points, Beth Lewis 2 points, Toni Minor 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Gallagher (2), Reine
Chillicothe (1-2)
Carole Jo Myers 10 points, Mallory Lowe 10 points, Sara Mathew 10 points, Leanne Mathew 8 points, Holly Williams 3 points, Morgan Quinn 0 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points. . Three Point Baskets: Williams


North Central Missouri College Shoot Out (2 games)

12/28 Chillicothe 42, Higginsville 34
     Chillicothe's Mathew sisters combined for more than half the team points to guide the Lady Hornets past Higginsville. Sara Mathew went six-for-six at the free throw line as part of a 13 point performance, and younger sister Leanne Mathew scored nine points, all in the first half. Chillicothe led 15-14 after the first quarter and 28-14 at the half.
Higginsville (0-6)
Lynna Kays 10 points, Jennifer Dehaven 8 points, Jennifer Garrett 6 points, Nicki Oberg 4 points, Shelby Woodward 4 points, Emily Nolte 3 points, Lindsey Curtis 0 points, Dani Smith 0 points, Gina Gash 0 points. Three Point Baskets: none
Chillicothe (2-3)
Sara Mathew 13 points, Leanne Mathew 9 points, Carole Jo Myers 8 points, Holly Williams 7 points, Mallory Lowe 2 points, Meghan Perry 2 points, Morgan Quinn 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points. Three Point Baskets: S Mathew


12/31 Chillicothe 58, Lawson 53 Overtime
     Chillicothe came from 13 points down in the 4th quarter to upset Lawson in overtime. Chillicothe jumped to an early six-nothing lead in the game and led 14-6 after one. Lawson came back to tie the game at half and went on a 19-3 run in the late third and early fourth quarters to lead by 13 points early in the fourth. Chillicothe answered with their own 16-1 run to take a two point lead. Lawson tied the game in the final seconds to send it to overtime. Chillicothe scored first on two free throws then held on for the win. The Lady Hornets went 13 of 16 at the free throw line in the 4th quarter and overtime. Lawson was led by Jasmine Kassanavoid with 17 points before fouling out of the game.
Lawson (4-3)
Jasmine Kassanavoid 17 points, Caitlin Hewitt 15 points, Meghann Morrow 10 points, Mallory Cureton 3 points, Jaaron Kassanavoid 2 points, Shelby Pettz 2 points, Amy Kessler 2 points, Tiffani Justice 2 points, Marlee Kalback 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Cureton
Chillicothe (3-3)
Carole Jo Myers 19 points, Holly Williams 13 points, Leanne Mathew 12 points, Mallory Lowe 5 points, Morgan Quinn 5 points, Sara Mathew 2 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Williams


1/02 at Chillicothe 46, Kirksville 34
     The Chillicothe Lady Hornets won their third straight game, beating Kirksville 46-34 at home. Kirksville traded baskets with Chillicothe to open the game, but a 14-0 run by Chillicothe in the 1st and early 2nd quarter was too much for Kirksville to overcome. Chillicothe benefited early and often from Kirksville turnovers and Chillicothe steals to build the early lead. While Kirksville tied the game twice in the opening minutes, they never led in the contest. Chillicothe was on top 16-4 after one, 27-16 at the half, 36-26 after three and improves to 4-3 with the 46-34 win. Kirksville falls to 5-4.
Kirksville (5-4)
Sayde Wichman 8 points, Jackie Bishop 6 points, Laurel Wichman 6 points, Brittany Beeler 5 points, Blair Riley 4 points, Allie Bjork 4 points, Rachael VanSoest 2 points, Sarah Schwend 0 points, Danielle Lewellen 0 points, Taylor Reger 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Bishop (2), Beeler
Chillicothe (4-3)
Sara Mathew 15 points, Carole Jo Myers 14 points, Leanne Mathew 9 points, Mallory Lowe 4 points, Holly Williams 2 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points. Three Point Baskets: S Mathew


1/4
Platte County 62, at Chillicothe 48 (Conference)
     Platte County jumped out to an early lead and downed Chillicothe 62-48 in Midland Empire Conference Girls Basketball. Platte County opened up a 22-12 lead after the first quarter and lead 39-16 at the half. The Lady Pirates built a 32 point 4th quarter lead before substituting liberally.
Platte County (12-0/1-0)
Morgan Johnson 15 points, Chey Verdoorn 12 points, Taylor Johnson 10 points, Missy Breedlove 10 points, Kelsey Knox 7 points, Lyndsie Sellars 4 points, Doris Ditter 2 points, Chandrika Brewton 2 points,  Ashton Stubbs 0 points, Molley Canlon 0 points, Mandy Black 0 points, Molley Cantu 0 points   Three Point Baskets: T Johnson (3), Verdoorn
Chillicothe (4-4/1-1)
Leanne Mathew 18 points, Carole Myers 12 points, Mallory Lowe 6 points, Holly Williams 3 points, Sara Mathew 2 points, Meghan Perry 2 points, Brooklyn Shearer 2 points, Jaimie Baker 2 points, Morgan Quinn 1 point, Kelsie Sewell 0 points, Devan Crowe 0 points . Three Point Baskets: none


Kearney Tournament (3 games)
1/7 St Joseph Benton 48, Chillicothe 32
     Chillicothe played three strong quarters but fell on hard times in the fourth quarter, falling to second seeded St Joseph Benton 48-32 in the opening round of the Kearney Tournament. The teams were tied at eight apiece after one before Benton lit up the second quarter with four treys to lead by ten at the half. Chillicothe closed the game to with in two points late in the third before Benton ended on a 5-0 run to lead by seven points. Chillicothe hit a free throw early in the fourth, but was shut out the rest of the game.
      Benton was led by 5'10" Sophomore Karli Sample with 10 points all in the second half. Sample did not play the first half due to a problem with her uniform. Chillicothe faces Excelsior Springs on Wednesday at 7:30pm. 6th seed Odessa upset Excelsior Springs in the first round.

St Joseph Benton (12-2)
Karli Sample 10 points, Brconna Embrey 9 points, Holly Switzer 9 points, Jenni Musser 9 points, Meghan Curtin 9 points, Hanna Moore 2 points, Shelby Cox 0 points, Kersten Bolton 0 points   Three Point Baskets: Switzer (3), Musser (3)
Chillicothe (4-5)
Holly Williams 7 points, Leanne Mathew 7 points, Carole Myers 6 points, Sara Mathew 6 points, Mallory Lowe 4 points, Morgan Quinn 2 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Williams (2), L Mathew


1/9 Chillicothe 46, Excelsior Springs 35
     Chillicothe went on an 18-2 run in the second quarter to beat Excelsior Springs 46 – 35 in the consolation semifinals of the Kearney Tournament. Excelsior Springs hit two treys to start the game and led by as many as 10 points in the first quarter before Chillicothe got on track. The lady Hornets used pressure defense and free throw shooting to take a 24-14 lead at the half. In the first half, Excelsior Springs had 21 turnovers and committed 15 fouls. Chillicothe was 15 of 23 from the free throw line in the first half and finished the game 24 of 38 at the charity stripe. The Lady Hornets forced 30 turnovers and out-rebounded the Lady Tigers 51 to 33. Leanne Mathew led Chillicothe with 14 points, going 14 of 18 at the free throw line.
Excelsior Springs (4-7)
Amanda Carr 10 points,  Madison Haugland 9 points, Lexa Palmarez 8 points, Lindsey McGovern 3 points, Sabrina Chappel 2 points, Kendyl Honeywell 2 points, Kaylee Hodges 1 point, Brittany Wilcox 0 points, Tia Rider 0 points  Three Point Baskets: Carr, McGovern, Palmarez
Chillicothe (5-5)
Leanne Mathew 14 points, Sara Mathew 13 points, Holly Williams 7 points, Morgan Quinn 5 points, Carole Myers 4 points, Mallory Lowe 2 points, Meghan Perry 1 point, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points. Three Point Baskets: S Mathew


 1/11 Chillicothe 58, St Joseph Lafayette 49
     Chillicothe Senior Holly Williams hit a trey in the first quarter to give Chillicothe a one point lead that they would never give up in route to a 58-49 win for the Consolation Trophy in the Kearney Tournament. The trey sparked a 12-0 run that gave Chillicothe a 10 point lead at one point in the first quarter. Chillicothe Senior Carole Myers had 10 of her game high 20 points to spark a third quarter that saw Chillicothe lead by as many as 19 points. Lafayette closed the game to 13 by the end of the quarter and got to with-in 7 points with possession of the basketball in the 4th but could get no closer. The Lady Irish suffered from poor shooting, including just 3-of-22 from behind the arc.
St Joseph Lafayette (7-6)
LaKrisa Cruise 13 points, Jaleesa  Blakely 9 points Samantha Hummer 6 points, Baleigh McCrary 6 points, Ciara Shephard 6 points, Terri Cooper 4 points, Lauren Keeney 4 points, Jessie Lantz 0 points.  Three Point Baskets: Shephard, Blakely, Keeney.
Chillicothe (6-5)
Carole Myers 20 points, Holly Williams 13 points, Leanne Mathew 13 points, Morgan Quinn 10 points, Mallory Lowe 2 points, Sara Mathew 0 points, Meghan Perry 0 points Three Point Baskets: Williams (3), L Mathew


 
1/15 Chillicothe 42, at Trenton 25
      The Chillicothe Lady Hornets used an effective full court press in the 2nd quarter to force several turnovers and went on to beat Trenton 42-25. Chillicothe outscored Trenton 15-4 in the 2nd quarter to lead 23-9 at intermission and led by as many as 20 points in the 4th quarter.
Trenton (3-9)
Lindsey Derry 10 points, Elizabeth Hoffman 4 points, Tasha Ewing 3 points, Aimee Gutshall 3 points, Rebekah Capeder 2 points, Emily Anderson 2 points, Emily Smith 1 points, Amber Mayberry 0 points, Samantha Fair 0 points Three Point Baskets: Derry (3)
Chillicothe (7-5)
Leanne Mathew 15 points, Sara Mathew 14 points, Holly Williams 7 points, Carole Myers 4 points, Brooklyn Shearer 3 points, Mallory Lowe 0 points, Morgan Quinn 0 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Devan Crowe 0 points, Kelsie Sewell 0 points, Jaimie Baker 0 points Three Point Baskets:  L Mathew 2, S Mathew


1/18 at St Joseph LeBlond 38, Chillicothe 35
    
Chillicothe let a five point lead slip away and lost at St Joseph LeBlond 38-35. Chillicothe led 20-19 at the half and trailed by just three points going into the fourth quarter. Chillicothe built a five point lead midway thru the quarter but could not hang on for the win.
St Joseph LeBlond
Haley Logan 13 points, Echo Hellerich 12 points, Jackie Ziesel 5 points, Kelly Walker 5 points, Dane Finney 2 points, Jocelyn VanVickle 1 point, Natalee Long 0 points, Kim Girard 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Logan, Hellerich
Chillicothe (7-6)
Leanne Mathew 11 points, Carole Myers 10 points, Holly Williams 5 points, Morgan Quinn 4 points, Megan Perry 3 points, Mallory Lowe 2 points, Sara Mathew 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Williams


Cameron Tournament (3 Games)

1/21 Lawson 51, Chillicothe 50
      The Chillicothe Lady Hornets missed a short jump shot at the buzzer and fell to the Lawson Lady Cardinals 51-50 in the opening round of the Cameron tournament. In a wild finish, Lawson hit three free throws to take a 4 point lead with less than 30 seconds left. Chillicothe’s Holly Williams hit a left-wing trey with two defenders in her face to pull to with in one point followed by an immediate time out with just under a second left. Lawson’s inbounds pass went out of bounds, giving Chillicothe the ball under their own basket with 9/10ths of a second left. Chillicothe ran the play perfectly, getting the ball to a wide-open shooter two feet in front of the basket but the shot failed to go in, giving Lawson the victory.
     Chillicothe led by 3 points at the half and by as many as 9 points midway thru the third quarter before Lawson came back to tie the game early in the 4th. A five point lead by Chillicothe midway thru the 4th quarter was answered by a 7-0 run by Lawson, who never gave up the lead the rest of the game.
     Chillicothe plays St Joseph Benton Junior Varsity Wednesday at 4:30pm

Lawson (10-4)
Caitlyn Hewitt 13 points, Jasmine Kassanavoid 11 points, Shelby Pettz 10 points, Jaaron Kassanavoid 6 points, Meghan Morrow 6 points, Amy Kessler 2 points, Makayla Miller 2 points, Marlee Kalbach 1 point, Ashley Livingston 0 points Three Point Baskets: none
Chillicothe (7-7)
Carole Myers 14 points, Sara Mathew 10 points, Leanne Mathew 10 points, Holly Williams 9 points, Morgan Quinn 7 points, Mallory Lowe 0 points, Meghan Perry 0 points Three Point Baskets:  L Mathew (3), S Mathew, Williams

1/23 Chillicothe 52 St Joseph Benton Junior Varsity 38
      The Chillicothe Varsity Girls Basketball team went on a 15-0 run in the 2nd quarter to beat the St Joseph Benton Junior Varsity 52-38 in the consolation semifinals of the Cameron Tournament. After a see-saw first quarter, Chillicothe opened up a 13 point lead in the 2nd quarter and never trailed again, leading by as many as 15 points in the second half. Chillicothe improves to 8-7 and will play for the Cameron Tournament consolation trophy Friday at 5:00pm
St Joseph Benton Junior Varsity
Timara Nelson 10 points, Gade Wilkinson 8 points, Chelsie Strong 7 points, Brittany McAndrews 5 points, Hannah Rush 4 points, Shannon Talbot 2 points, Blayr Bolton 2 points, Heaven Warner 0 points Three Point Baskets: Strong, McAndrews
Chillicothe (8-7)
Holly Williams 17 points, Carole Myers 12 points, Leanne Mathew 11 points, Morgan Quinn 6 points, Mallory Lowe 3 points, Sara Mathew 3 points, Meghann Perry 0 points, Kelsey Sewell 0 points. Three Point Baskets:  Williams (3)

1/25 Chillicothe 42 Cameron 36 Cameron Tournament Consolation
     The Chillicothe Lady Hornets went on a 12-0 run in the late 3rd and early 4th quarters to beat Cameron 42-36 to win the consolation game of the Cameron Tournament. Chillicothe led by single digits thru part of the first and entire second quarters to lead by two at the half. After a back and forth third quarter, Chillicothe went on their run to take an 11 point lead midway thru the fourth quarter. Cameron closed it to with in five points but could get no closer while the Lady Hornets ran time off the clock with their flex-offense game plan.
Cameron (7-11)
Tessa Steiniche 15 points, Tasha McCallan 6 points, Sarah Hall 6 points, Courtney Bashor 5 points, Luci McDaniel 4 points, Jocelyn Kilmer 0 points, Nicole Firth 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Bashor, McCallan
Chillicothe (9-7)
Mallory Lowe 12 points, Morgan Quinn 10 points, Carole Myers 8 points, Holly Williams 6 points, , Leanne Mathew 6 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Sara Mathew 0 points.  Three Point Baskets:  Williams (3)


1/28 at Smithville 60, Chillicothe 48 (Conference Game)
     For two and a half quarters, the Chillicothe lady hornets traded lead changes with Smithville but a slump in the 3rd quarter ended up costing Chillicothe a 60-48 conference loss at Smithville. The game was tied at 12 after the first quarter and Chillicothe held a 30-29 lead at the half. The see-saw battle continued into the third quarter until Chillicothe had some key turnovers and missed shots, allowing Smithville to build a 9 point lead which Chillicothe couldn’t recover. The Lady Hornets got to with-in three points midway thru the fourth quarter but could get no further. Late free throws and two uncontested and unnecessary baskets in the final 20 seconds accounted for the 12 point Smithville win in a game that was closer than the final score indicated.
Smithville (13-5/1-1)
Alex Olson 15 points, Mallory Craig 15 points, Vanessa VanBleisem 9 points, Sydney Catlett 8 points, Mandy Buchanan 5 points, Mindy Pearson 4 points, Lindsay Horton 2 points, Michelle Stevenson 2 points, Kaitlin Fisher 0 points Three Point Baskets: Olson, Craig
Chillicothe (9-8/0-2)
Holly Williams 18 points, Morgan Quinn 9 points, Carole Myers 6 points, Leanne Mathew 6 points, Sara Mathew 5 points, Meghan Perry 2 points, Mallory Lowe 2 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points Three Point Baskets:  Williams (2), S Mathew


1/31 at St Joseph Benton 56, Chillicothe 32 (Conference Game)
    
A sluggish period in the late second quarter was too much for the Chillicothe Lady Hornets who lost to St Joseph Benton 56-32. Chillicothe was leading by a point midway thru the second quarter when Benton took advantage of Chillicothe miscues and went on a 25-3 run. Benton led by ten at the half and by 20 after three quarters.
Benton (15-3/3-0)
Cox 15 points, Switzer 13 points, Sample 12 points Musser 9 points, Strong 3 points, Curtis 2 points, Embray 2 points,  Bolton 0 points, McAndrews 0 points, Nelson 0 points, Moore 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Switzer (3), Musser (2), Strong.
Chillicothe (9-9/0-3)
Sara Mathew 12 points, Holly Williams 7 points, Carole Myers 5 points, Morgan Quinn 4 points, Leanne Mathew 2 points, Mallory Lowe 2 points, Meghan Perry, 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points, Devan Crowe 0 points, Jaimie Baker 0 points, Kelsie Sewell 0 points. Three Point Baskets: S Mathew (2)


2/7
at Savannah 61, Chillicothe 31 (Conference Game)
     The Savannah Lady Savages made 7 of 12 three point attempts in the first half and easily beat Chillicothe 61-31 in a conference game at Savannah. Senior Sara Eiman nailed a left wing trey to for the first points of the night, and Chillicothe could never get on track. Savannah led 14-4 after the first quarter and 37-11 at the half. The lady Savages led by as many as 32 points in the fourth quarter and hit a total of nine treys in the game. Eiman had 5 treys and finished with 21 points, Beth Reine had 15 points including three treys and Chelsie Verbeck had 14 points from the paint.
Savannah (14-7/2-1)
Sara Eiman 21 points, Beth Reine 15 points, Chelsie Verbeck 14 points, Caylin Slavin 5 points, Kara Smith 2 points, Kate Gallagher 2 points, Dara Widner 2 points, Kelsey Adams 0 points, Toni Minor 0 points, Beth Lewis 0 points Three Point Baskets: Eiman (5), Reine (3), Slavin
Chillicothe (9-10/0-4)
Holly Williams 10 points, Leanne Mathew 9 points, Morgan Quinn 6 points, Carole Myers 4 points, Mallory Lowe 2 points, Sara Mathew 0 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points Three Point Baskets: Williams


2/8 at Kearney 57, Chillicothe 33
     Kearney jumped out to a 12-2 first quarter lead and cruised to a 57-33 win over Chillicothe. The Lady Hornets shot just 21.4% from the floor and missed all 13 of their 3-point attempts. Kearney had the hot hand, shooting 52,4% from the floor and 5/9 from 3-point range.
Kearney
Rachel Simmons 15 points, Bailey Owen 13 points, Jenni Hartzler 9 points, Hannah Gartin 6 points, Kate Finne 4 points, Kat Barrow 4 points, Michaela Brinkley 2 points, Megan Dortch 2 points, Courtney East 2 points, Lauren Henrichs 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Simons (5)
Chillicothe (9-11)
Carole Myers 10 points, Holly Williams 9 points, Sara Mathew 8 points, Mallory Lowe 6 points, Leanne Mathew 0 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points, Devan Crowe 0 points.


2/9
Maryville 41, at Chillicothe 34 (Conference Game)
          The Chillicothe Lady Hornets managed just one field goal in the final one and a half quarters, losing to Maryville at home 41-34. Chillicothe led 8-6 after one and trailed by just three points at the half. Chillicothe opened up a five point lead midway thru the third quarter before turning cold the rest of the game. Despite a lack of scoring, Chillicothe tied the game twice in the fourth quarter but could never regain the lead.
Maryville (13-5/1-4)
Emily Kisker 15 points, Meridee Scott 9 points, Megan Walker 4 points, Tracey Jenson 4 points, Molly Stiens 4 points, Shannon McClellan 3 points, Jordan Gadbois 2 points, Leah Wilmes 0 points, Genesse Stoll 0 points, Mataya Wooten 0 points, Taylor Gadbois 0 points. Three Point Baskets: Kisker (2), McClellan, Scott
Chillicothe (9-12/0-5)
Carole Myers 8 points, Leanne Mathew 8 points, Mallory Lowe 6 points, Sara Mathew 6 points, Holly Williams 6 points, Morgan Quinn 0 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Brooklyn Shearer 0 points  Three Point Baskets: Williams, S Mathew


2/12
at Chillicothe 43, St Joseph Lafayette 29 (Conference Game)
    
The Chillicothe Lady Hornets ran up a 14-5 first quarter lead and went on to beat St Joseph Lafayette 43-29. Lafayette closed the game to 3 points at half but Chillicothe outscored Lafayette in the 3rd and 4th quarters.
Lafayette
Keeney 9 points, Hummer 5 points, McCrary 4 points, Lantz 4 points, Blakley 3 points, Cook 2 points, Shepherd 1 point, Cooper 1 points  Three Point Baskets: Keeney
Chillicothe (10-12/1-5)
Holly Williams 13 points, Leanne Mathew 11 points, Sara Mathew 9 points, Carole Myers 5 points, Mallory Lowe 5 points   Three Point Baskets: Williams, L Mathew


2/14
at Chillicothe 47, Cameron 33 (Conference Game)
    
Chillicothe’s full court press caused several turnovers and helped the Lady Hornets beat Cameron 47-33 in front of a loud Senior Night crowd. Cameron took a 3rd quarter lead but an 11-0 Chillicothe run in the late 3rd and early 4th quarter gave them a five point lead and they never trailed again. Chillicothe went 21 of 26 at the free throw line to help in the win.
Cameron (8-16/0-6)
Tessa Steiniche 13 points, Sara Hall 9 points, Joycelyn Kilmer 4 points, Tasha McCallan 4 points, Brittany McClure 3 points, Nicole Firth 2 points, Courtney Bashor 0 points, Luci McDaniel 0 points, Carri Pelton 0 points  Three Point Baskets: McClure, Steiniche
Chillicothe (11-12/2-5)
Holly Williams 16 points, Carole Myers 13 points, Sara Mathew 11 points, Mallory Lowe 4 points, Morgan Quinn 2 points, Brooklyn Shearer 1 point, Leanne Mathew 0 points, Meghan Perry 0 points, Kelsie Sewell 0 points, Jaimie Baker 0 points, Devan Crowe 0 points  Three Point Baskets: Williams, S Mathew

 

2/18 Savannah 65, Chillicothe 33 (Class 4 District 16 Tournament at St Joseph Lafayette)
     Savannah used hot shooting and a stingy defense to beat Chillicothe 65-33 in the opening round of the Class 4 District 16 tournament. Chillicothe used the free throw line to keep pace in the first quarter, trailing just 12-9 but cold shooting by the lady Hornets found them trailing at the half 32-18. Chillicothe managed just three field goals in the first half. Chillicothe finished 18 of 23 at the free throw line but had just 7 field goals including one trey. Chillicothe will lost seven seniors of this year's squad.

Savannah (18-7)
Beth Reine 15 points, Kara Smith 12 points, Chelsie Verbick 12 points, Kate Gallagher 8 points, Caylin Slavin 6 points, Beth Lewis 5 points, Dara Widner 4 points Sara Eiman 3 points, Tori Minor 0 points, Kelsey Adams 0 points,  Three Point Baskets: Reini (3), Verbick (2), Eiman, Slavin
Chillicothe (11-13)
Holly Williams 7 points, Carole Myers 6 points, Sara Mathew 6 points, Mallory Lowe 4 points, Brooklyn Shearer 4 points, Morgan Quinn 3 points, Leanne Mathew 2 points, Meghan Perry 1 point. Three Point Baskets: Williams

 

Awards Banquet

    Three Chillicothe Lady Hornets were named to the Midland Empire Conference Honorable Mention team: Seniors holly Williams and Carole Myers and Sophomore Leanne Mathew. At the annual Awards Banquet, the Coaches Award went to Brooklyn Shearer, the Hustle Award to Morgan Quinn, the rebounding Award to Carole Myers and Free Throw Award to Leanne Mathew who made 74 of 94 for 78.72%, which is the 3rd best Season Free Throw Percentage in school history.


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