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Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 1:00 pm

As it turned out, the championship game of the South Callaway Girls Basketball Tournament between top-seeded Hermann and third-seeded New Haven was a defensive battle.

The Lady Bearcats (13-2) emerged with the title, knocking off New Haven, 41-26.

“It was a well-played game by both teams. Defensively, it was one of the better games we’ve played in quite a while,” said Hermann Head Coach Todd Anderson. “Although there were not a lot of points scored, we had several kids make contributions during the game.”

Hermann held leads of 11-6 after one quarter, 20-14 at halftime and 30-22 after three quarters.

“We played well on defense for the most part. We held them well under their average of 60 points a game,” said New Haven Head Coach Doug Peirick. “On offense, we were never really able to run any of our sets because we missed screens and failed to use them. I have to give credit to Hermann’s defense. They played up close and personal defense and we didn’t handle that real well. Hermann also controlled the boards on both ends of the court.”

Karinne Lane led Hermann with 14 points, seven rebounds and five assists.

Jamie Gleeson added 12 points and six rebounds.

Kirsten Leimkuehler pitched in with seven points. Tesla Ruediger collected four points and six rebounds. Kali Stiers had three points and four assists. Makaley Schneider scored one point.

Emily Kallmeyer led New Haven (9-5) with 12 points. Rachel Steinhoff added eight points.

“Emily played well on the offensive end,” Peirick said.

Stephanie Gerling, Kierstin Monzyk and Kayla Meyer each scored two points.

Boys Bracket

Seventh-seeded Russellville claimed the boys championship Saturday with a 50-41 victory over top-seeded New Haven.

“The game was closer than 50-41. We were down by five points with 1 1/2 minutes to go and had a couple of possessions to cut it to three or two points,” said New Haven Head Coach Ray Steinhoff. “Once they got on us in the second quarter, we never could catch them. It seemed like every time we scored, they had an answer.”

Ross Seitter led the Shamrocks with 11 points. He was 3-4 shooting from three-point range.

Seth Schenck and Ben Luecke both added eight points.

Austin Madden netted seven points. Alex Poggas scored five points. Blake Eggers had two points.

New Haven (8-5) was without its leading scorer, Kyle Ruediger, who suffered a leg injury in the semifinal win over North Callaway.

“Without Ruediger, our kids fought hard. I wouldn’t expect anything else,” Steinhoff said. “We came to play and to win, but just came up a little short.”

Chandler Wolf, a 6-6 forward, led Russellville (7-3) with 21 points.

Hermann (7-9) won the consolation title Friday over Montgomery County, 52-24.

Craig Winkelmann paced the Bearcats with 13 points. Matt Hug added 12 points. Collin Hart netted nine points. Josh Schannuth had eight points.

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Area Scoreboard

2015 District Basketball Tournaments

Boys Basketball

Class 2 District 4

At Barat Academy, Chesterfield

Monday, Feb. 23

(4) Barat Academy 60, (5) Silex 40

(2) Clopton 73, (7) McKinley Classical Leadership 52

(6) Crossroads 38, (3) New Haven 29

Wednesday, Feb. 25

Clopton 56, Crossroads 27

(1) Crystal City 68, Barat 64

Friday, Feb. 27

Championship — Crystal City 66, Clopton 63

Class 3 District 8

At South Callaway, Mokane

Tuesday, Feb. 24

(1) Father Tolton 81, (8) Mongtomery Co 46

(5) Southern Boone 68, (4) Hermann 41

(2) California 70, (7) North Callaway 36

(3) South Callaway 87, (6) Hallsville 66

Thursday, Feb. 26

Father Tolton 40, Southern Boone 23

South Callaway 60, California 34

Saturday, Feb. 28

Championship — Father Tolton 72, South Callaway 60

Class 3 District 9

At St. James

Tuesday, Feb. 24

(1) Blair Oaks 70, (8) Dixon 47

(5) Steelville 51, (4) St. James  48

(2) Eugene 77, (7) Cuba 46

(3) Fatima 59, (6) Bourbon 48

Thursday, Feb. 26

Blair Oaks 81,  Steelville 43

Eugene 50, Fatima 45

Monday, March 2

Championship — Blair Oaks 69, Eugene 44

Class 4 District 9

At Sullivan

Tuesday, March 3

(5) St. Clair 81, (4) Union 60

(3) Sullivan 66 vs. (6) Owensville 40

Friday, March 6

(1) Pacific 66, St. Clair 41

(2) Borgia 46, Sullivan 45

Saturday, March 7

Championship — Pacific vs. Borgia, 7:30 p.m.

Class 5 District 8

At Washington

Monday, March 2

(4) Washington 58, (5) Eureka 46

Thursday, March 5

(1) Lafayette 66, Washington 36

(3) Parkway Central 57, (2) Marquette 46

Friday, March 6

Championship — Lafayette 43, Parkway Central 40

Girls Basketball

Class 2 District 4

At Barat Academy, Chesterfield

Tuesday, Feb. 24

(4) Crystal City 43, (5) Crossroads 23

(3) New Haven 46, (6) Barat Academy 15

Wednesday, Feb. 25

New Haven 53, (2) Silex 44

(1) Clopton 65, Crystal City 25

Friday, Feb. 27

Championship — Clopton 34, New Haven 25

Class 3 District 8

At South Callaway, Mokane

Monday, Feb. 23

(1) Hallsville 52, (8) Mongtomery Co. 40

(4) California 56, (5) Father Tolton 54

(2) Southern Boone 62, (7) South Callaway 37

(6) Hermann 54, (3) North Callaway 44

Wednesday, Feb. 25

Hallsville 44, California 40

Southern Boone 43, Hermann 40

Friday, Feb. 27

Championship — Southern Boone 45, Hallsville 25

Class 3 District 9

At St. James

Monday, Feb. 23

(1) St. James 86, (8) Bourbon 22

(5) Eugene 51, (4) Blair Oaks 48

(2) Fatima 61, (7) Steelville 29

(3) Cuba 46, (6) Dixon 30

Wednesday, Feb. 25

St. James 67, Eugene 21

Fatima 61, Cuba 30

Friday, Feb. 27

Championship — St. James 59, Fatima 39

Thursday, March 5

St. James 46, Licking 38

Saturday, March 7

St. James vs. Buffalo, Drury University, Springfield, 7:45 p.m.

Class 4 District 9

At Sullivan

Monday, March 2

(5) Owensville 65, (4) Union 40

(3) St. Clair 75, (6) Pacific 68

Thursday, March 5

(1) Borgia 60, Owensville 51 (OT)

(2) Sullivan 68, St. Clair 54

Saturday, March 7

Championship — Borgia vs. Sullivan, 6 p.m.

Class 5 District 8

At Washington

Monday, March 2

(5) Lafayette, 6 p.m. 44, (4) Parkway Central 43

Tuesday, March 3

(1) Washington 46, Lafayette 34

(3) Eureka 63, (2) Marquette 53

Friday, March 6

Championship — Washington 68, Eureka 51

Wednesday, March 11

Washington vs. St. Joseph's Academy/McCluer North, Lindenwood University, 7:45 p.m.

*Conference Games

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