TUESDAY PREP ROUNDUP: Carr picks up first win as Altamont head girls coach; St. Anthony opens up the season with dominating win over Dieterich

Nov. 17—ALTAMONT — Craig Carr picked up his first win as Altamont girls basketball head coach on Tuesday night.

The Lady Indians defeated Vandalia at Altamont High, 82-36.

The returning Grace Nelson finished with a game-high 28 points on 11-of-18 shooting. She added six rebounds and three assists.

Altamont (1-0) shot 54 percent from the floor and totaled 36 rebounds and 23 assists.

Kaylee Lurkins had 12 points, five rebounds and one assist; Claire Boehm had 10 points, six rebounds and three assists; Kylie Osteen had eight points, one rebound and two assists; Libby Reardon had six points, three rebounds and two assists; Brianna Grunloh had six points and four rebounds; Skylie Klein had six points, five rebounds and two assists; Peyton Osteen had five points, four rebounds and seven assists and Sophia Pearcy had two points, two rebounds and three assists.

The Vandals shot 12-for-45 from the floor and had 16 rebounds and eight assists.

Madison Lupton had a team-best 14 points.

Isabella Lamonica had seven points; Ollie Whitehead had five; Faith DuPlayee had four and Katie Eckhardt and Livi Wehrle each had three.

Effingham (St. Anthony) 61, Dieterich 36

The St. Anthony Bulldogs defeated the Dieterich Movin Maroons on Tuesday, 61-36.

Stacie Vonderheide led St. Anthony (1-0, 1-0 National Trail Conference) with 27 points.

Nancy Ruholl had 16 points; Addi Nuxoll had nine; Adysen Rios had five and Addie Lauritzen and Kallie Kabbes each had two.

As for Dieterich (0-1, 0-1 National Trail Conference), Miley Britton led with 12 points.

Addison Miller had five points; Kady Tegeler, Sammi Goebel and Ruby Westendorf each had four and Callie Faller and Estella Meinhart each had two.

Mt. Vernon 67, Teutopolis 52

The Teutopolis Lady Shoes fell to Mt. Vernon on Tuesday at J.H. Griffin Gym, 67-52.

Chloe Probst led Teutopolis (0-1) with 15 points.

Mollie Ruholl had 11 points, Kelsey Niemerg had seven, Isabelle Zerrusen had six, Anna Probst had five and Allie Ruholl, Malea Helmink, Mallory Bloemer and Sophia Martin all had two.

As for the Lady Rams (1-0), Kamaree Pollard had 23 points, Tiara Johnson had 22, Melaina Zedalis had 16, Maelee Allen had four and Kylie Poole had two.

Stewardson-Strasburg/Windsor 44, Cerro Gordo/Bement 38

The Stewardson-Strasburg/Windsor Hatchets defeated Cerro Gordo/Bement on Tuesday, 44-38.

Kendra Hayes led WSS (1-0) with 11 points.

Samantha Hayes had 10 points, Ella Kinkelaar had nine, Ellie Wittenberg had seven, Katelyn VonBehrens had four and Morgan Mathis had three.

Newton 42, Fairfield 21

The Newton Lady Eagles defeated Fairfield on Tuesday, 42-21.

Camryn Martin led Newton (1-0) with 16 points, three rebounds and three steals.

Karasyn Martin had nine points, eight rebounds and four assists; Lilly Kessler had eight points, 12 rebounds and two blocked shots; Macy Barthelemy had four points; Elley Bennett had four points, four assists and three steals and Isabel Meinhart had one point and three rebounds.

As for the Lady Mules (0-1), Rylee Edwards had 17 points.

Dalanie Ellis and Mabry Foster each had two points and Mabry Ellis had one.

Louisville (North Clay) 46, Oblong 28

The North Clay Lady Cardinals defeated Oblong on Tuesday, 46-28.

Mia Ballard led North Clay (1-0) with 18 points.

Alexis VanDyke had 11 points; Matia Price had 10; Ava Fleener had eight and Leah Wetherholt had three.

Casey-Westfield 55, Farina (South Central) 39

The South Central Lady Cougars fell to Casey-Westfield on Tuesday, 55-39.

Taegan Webster led South Central (0-2) with 19 points.

Kaitlyn Swift had seven points, Percilla Reid had five, Lauren Johnson had four and Brooke Cowger had two.

As for the Lady Warriors (1-0), Megan Cribelar led the team with 14 points.

Julia Eckerty had 10 points, Kam Smith had eight and Lucy Moore had four.

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