It will be top-seeded St. James and sixth-seeded Chamois in the championship game of the Hermann Boys Basketball Tournament.

The Tigers (17-1) registered a 52-40 win over fifth-seeded Montgomery County Thursday in the championship semifinals.

Jack Mueller led St. James with 20 points. Addison Conway added nine.

Chamois has been the surprise team of the tournament, knocking off third-seeded Hermann 54-40 in the first round and second-seeded New Haven 37-34 Thursday in the championship semifinals.

The Shamrocks (9-8) led 23-12 at halftime, but were outscored 25-11 in the second half, including 15-4 in the third quarter.

Alex Poggas paced New Haven with 10 points. Ross Seitter added six points.

Clay Nolte led Chamois with 13 points.

In Thursday’s consolation semifinals, fourth-seeded Warrenton drilled eighth-seeded Wright City 55-25 and Hermann topped seventh-seeded Owensville, 60-44.

Matt Hug paced Hermann with 25 points. Collin Hart and Craig Winkelmann both scored 16 points. Cole Farris led the Dutchmen with 12 points.

Matt Schneider scored 16 points for Warrenton. Christian Thompson had eight points for Wright City.

Saturday’s schedule is Owensville-Wright City in the seventh-place game at 2:30 p.m., Hermann-Warrenton in the consolation game at 4:30 p.m., New Haven-Montgomery County in the third-place game at 5:30 p.m. and St. James-Chamois in the championship game at 7 p.m.