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MONDAY PREP ROUNDUP: Martin sets single-season scoring record for Newton girls basketball in win; St. Anthony, Altamont girls drop road contests

Feb. 6—NEWTON — Camryn Martin hit a layup in the third quarter that was more memorable to her and the coaching staff than she had thought.

The two-point shot was historical, as Martin became the single-season scoring record holder during Monday's home tilt against Palestine/Hutsonville-Oblong (OPH) at Newton High School. Newton won the game 72-30. Martin had 24 points and now has 459 total and two guaranteed games remaining.

"She's got that instinct," said head coach Brad Harris of the junior guard. "That record has been here since the middle 2000s, so I'm proud of her effort. She's adjusted her game through the years."

Martin also had four rebounds, three assists, and six steals.

Sister Karasyn had 16 points, two assists and four steals. Lilly Kessler had 15 points and 12 rebounds. Elley Bennett had seven points and three assists. Macy Barthelemy had three points and two steals. Claire Probst had three points. Grace Schumacher had two points, and Izzy Meinhart had two points. Emma Nadler also finished with three rebounds and two assists.

Before the game, the team honored its seniors — Kessler, Bennett, Barthelemy, and Nadler.

"I appreciate their hard work and dedication in their four years in the program," Harris said. "They've all contributed at different levels. Elley's been our point guard since her sophomore year. Lilly has slowly adapted, and Macy and Emma have come a long way in the last two years. They had 12 wins on varsity their sophomore year, 16 last year, and they're at 18 this year, so they've definitely shown improvement."

Newton is now 18-10 on the season, with a home game Thursday against St. Anthony before opening postseason play Saturday.

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Below are area girls basketball results from Monday.

Tuscola 63, Effingham (St. Anthony) 47

St. Anthony fell to Tuscola, 63-47, at Tuscola High School.

Nancy Ruholl had 21 points, four rebounds, and two assists. Vonderheide had 12 points, six rebounds, and three steals. Addi Nuxoll had seven points and four rebounds. Adysen Rios had three points, nine rebounds, five assists, and three steals. Ali Kollman had three points, and Addie Lauritzen had two points.

Ruholl is one point away from scoring 1,000 for her career.

Teutopolis 62, Neoga 32

Teutopolis defeated Neoga, 62-32, at J.H. Griffin Gym at Teutopolis High School.

Chloe Probst had 20 points (6 of 10 shooting), three rebounds, and one assist. Mollie Ruholl had nine points (2 of 9), two rebounds, and three steals. Kelsey Niemerg had eight points (3 of 10), three rebounds, and two steals. Malea Helmink had eight points (3 of 4), four rebounds, and one steal. Isabelle Zerrusen had six points (3 of 3) and one steal. Anna Probst had five points (1 of 6). Allie Ruholl had four points, and Summer Wall had two points (1 of 2), three rebounds, and one steal.

Haylee Campbell led the Indians with 12 points. Brynn Richards had 10, Atalie Osborn had seven, Natalie O'Dell had two, and Malory Henderson had one.

T-Town led 22-8 after the first quarter, 34-15 at halftime, and 57-26 at the end of the third. Neoga outscored the Lady Shoes 6-5 in the fourth.

Glen Carbon (Father McGivney) 57, Altamont 55

Altamont fell to Father McGivney, 57-55, at Father McGivney High School.

Grace Nelson had 34 points. Claire Boehm had eight. Brianna Grunloh had six. Kylie Osteen had four. Peyton Osteen had two, and Skylie Klein had one for the Lady Indians.

Altamont trailed 11-9 at the end of the first quarter, 24-22 at halftime, and 43-41 at the end of the third. Both teams scored 14 points in the fourth.

Shelbyville 54, Stewardson-Strasburg/Windsor 49

Windsor/Stewardson-Strasburg fell to Shelbyville, 54-49, at Shelbyville High School.

Ella Kinkelaar had 20 points. Samantha Hayes had 18. Kendra Hayes had five, and Katelyn Von Behrens, Ellie Wittenberg and Morgan Mathis had two each for the Hatchets.

Windsor/S-S led 16-8 after the first quarter. Shelbyville outscored the Hatchets 17-11 in the second, 14-12 in the third, and 15-10 in the fourth.

Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City 61, Macon (Meridian) 27

Cowden-Herrick/Beecher City defeated Macon (Meridian), 61-27, at Cowden-Herrick High School.

Macee Rodman and Ruby Stuckemeyer had 18 points each. Haley Doty had 15. Karlee Smith had six, and Ellie Miller and Baya Fingo had two each for the Bobcats.

Cowden-Herrick led 19-10 after the first quarter, 34-15 at halftime, and 58-25 at the end of the third. The Bobcats outscored Meridian 3-2 in the fourth.

Toledo (Cumberland) 63, Villa Grove 12

Cumberland defeated Villa Grove in a Lincoln Prairie Conference contest, 63-12, at Waldrip Gymnasium.

Alysa Dittamore had 20 points. Jadalyn Sowers and Katelyn Shoemaker had 14 each. Jade Carr had eight. Paige Dittamore had five, and Mia Holsapple had two for the Lady Pirates.

Cumberland led 25-4 at the end of the first quarter, 36-7 at halftime, and 48-7 at the end of the third. The Lady Pirates outscored Villa Grove 15-5 in the fourth.

Robinson 65, Louisville (North Clay) 29

North Clay fell to Robinson, 65-29, at Robinson High School.

Alexis VanDyke and Miah Ballard had eight points each. Matia Price and Ava Fleener had five points each, and Sydney Kincaid had three points for the Lady Cardinals.

North Clay trailed 26-10 after the first quarter, 40-18 at halftime, and 58-28 at the end of the third. Robinson outscored the Lady Cardinals 7-1 in the fourth.

Brownstown/St. Elmo 57, Bluford (Webber) 22

Brownstown/St. Elmo defeated Bluford (Webber), 57-22, at Webber High School.

Dayana Haslett had 13 points. Lexi Seabaugh had 12. Jaydin Huddlestun and Madi Miller had six each. Katie Berner had five. Presley Williams and Danika Ramsey had four each. Danielle Haslett and Jayna Ireland had three each, and Addie Sasse had one for the Bombers.

Brownstown led 9-7 after the first quarter, 28-12 at halftime, and 47-17 at the end of the third. The Bombers outscored Webber 10-5 in the fourth.

Contact EDN Sports Editor Alex Wallner at 618-510-9231 or alex.wallner@effinghamdailynews.com.