April 23, 2014

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The BHS Girls basketball team won two and lost one this past week. They lost to Triopia at the Rushville/Industry Tournament, but bounced back to win the next game at the R/I Invite by stopping PORTA 52-47,and winning at home this Monday night over Peoria Heights 58-42 for a two-game win streak.

BHS vs. Triopia
The Lady Tigers battled the Lady Blue of Triopia but came up short in the 54-46 decision. Cydney Musch carried the big stick for Triopia as she poured through a game-high 22 points. Aileana Rawlins scored 19 in a losing effort by the O&B.
The game was a battle from the opening tip-off as the two teams finished the first period in a 7-7 deadlock. The Trojans, behind Musch, used a 16-7 difference in the second stanza to take a nine-point spread of 23-14 as the two teams headed to the dressing rooms. The 16-7 difference proved to be the downfall for the locals.
The third frame was a shootout with Rawlins leading the O&B and Musch the Lady Blue, as BHS used an 18-14 advantage to get back into the game trailing only by five after three periods of play 37-32.
The fourth quarter was another shootout with the Lady Trojans using a slim 17-16 edge to post the 54-46 final.

Triopia    7 16 14 17—54
Beardstown    7   7 18 16—46
Scoring: Kendi Sayre 1-7 1 2-3 7, Ali Morton 0-1 0 0-0 0, Mackenzie Musch 0 0 0-1 0, Emily Burns 0-4 0 2-4, Megan Lynn 3-7 0 0-1 6, Mackenzie Miller 3-4 0 2-4 8. Cydney Musch 10-14 2-4 22, Bailer Ganz 1-5 0 1-2 3, Sammi Shanks 23-3 0 1-2 5, Totals: 20-45 1 11-25 54. BHS—Aileana Rawlins 5 2 3-3 19, Morgan Davidsmeier 1 0 2-2 4, Franny Zepeda 2 0 0 4, Loraina Trujillo 3 0 3-4 9, Summer Lindsey 2 0 3-6 7, Maddie Fox 0 1 0 3.  Totals: 13 3 11-15 46
3-Point Goals; Triopia 1 (Sayre); BHS-3 (Rawlins 2, Fox 1)
Team Free Throws: Triopia 11-15; BHS 11-15
Team Fouls; Triopia 11; BHS 16
Record: BHS 3-18.

In their final outing at the Rushville/Industry Invitational, the Lady Tigers clawed their way past the Lady Bluejays 52-47. Aileana Rawlins paced the locals with 19, including a pair of 3-bangers. Summer Lindsey was also in double figures with 11.
The opening frame was fast paced with the O&B holding a 14-12 edge after eight minutes. Rawlins led the Lady Tiger surge with nine-points, while PORTA’s Seeny counted five with one downtowner
The second frame was a ding-dong battle with the Lady Jays prevailing 18-17. Rawlins with six, including her second trey paced BHS, with Fox knocking down from long range and Loraina Trujillo scored four points to lead the way for the O&B. Seeny who finished with 17, scored seven, along with Price who had a two buckets and one trey. The Lady Tigers were up one, 31-30 at intermission.    
Again the two teams were evenly matched as they played to a 7-7 standstill.
Henns counted a ripple, while Seeny and Kesler had buckets for PORTA’s seven points, while Lindsey scored five and Rawlins two to pace the O&B.
The two teams headed into the final fling with the Lady Tigers nursing a slim 38-37 edge. The hometown ladies outdistanced PORTA 14-10 to hold on for a hard-earned 52-47 win. Lindsey’s two baskets along with four points from Morgan Davidsmeier did the trick for the locals. Madison Cowell and Rawlins both were 2-for-2 from the line in the final get-go.
Rawlins earned first team All-Tournament honors.

PORTA    12  18  7  10—47
Beardstown    14  17  7  14—52
Scoring: BHS-Nancy Madrid 2 0 02 4, Madison Cowell 0 0 2-2, Aileana Rawlins 5 2 3-5 19, Morgan Davidsmeier 2 0 3-6 7, Franny Zepeda 0 0 0-0 0, Loraina Trujillo 1 0 2-2 4, Maddie Fox 1 1 0-1 5, Summer Lindsey 5 0 1-1 11. Totals: 16 3 11-21 52.
3-Point Goals: PORTA 2 (Kesler, Henns); BHS 3 (Rawlins 2, Fox 1)
Team Free Throws: 11-21
Team Fouls:23 (Trujillo, Zepeda)
Record: BHS 4-18.

BHS vs.
Peoria Heights
The Lady Tigers made it two in a row when they smothered Peoria Heights at the Tiger Den Monday night by a 58-42 final. Aileana Rawlins had a big night for the O&B with 23, with Summer Lindsey chipping in with 14.
The first frame was a shootout with Rawlins tacking on 12 of her 25 points in the opening frame as the locals rushed out to a quick 18-14 lead. Emma Frederick, who finished as the game’s top gun with 25 points, tossed in eight to keep the Lady Patriots in the contest.
The second stanza was a back and forth affair with Peoria Heights nosing out the hometowners 12-10 to make it a 28-26 game at the midway break. Adrianne Reynolds tossed in a trey as did Kristan Bennet, and both had two pointers to lead the 18-point charge. Rawlins with three and Lindsey with three kept the Tigers on top.
Following the rest stop the two teams put on their defensive shoes with the locals coming out on top with a 10-7 difference to lead 38-33, with the outcome still in doubt. Rawlins added four and Trujillo canned a pair of charity tosses.
The O&B found a way to break the zone and got scoring from all over the floor as they used a blistering 20-9 advantage in the final eight minutes to win going away by the 58-42 final.
Jess Webb and Reynolds picked up their fourth foul early in the final frame, hurting the Lady Pats floor game. Lindsey with seven and Morgan Davidsmeier with five paced the breakout which gave the O&B a two-game win streak.
The game was plagued with 43 fouls called on the two teams, with Adrianne Reynolds of the Lady Pats and Maddie Fox for the O&B hit the pines with five personals. A total of 56 free throws were attempted, with Peoria Heights going 16 of 29, while BHS was 14 of 27.

Peoria Hts.     14  12   7   9—42
Beardstown    18  10 10 20—58
Scoring: BHS—Madison Cowell 0 0 0-1 0, Aileana Rawlins 7 2 5-7 25, Morgan Davidsmeier 3 0 2-4 8, Franny Zepeda 1 0 1-2 3, Loraina Trujillo 1 3-6 5, Maddie Fox 1 0 0-0 2, Summer Lindsey 6 0 2-7 14. Totals: 19 2 14-27 58.
3-Point Goals: PH 2 (Reynolds, Frederick); BHS 2 (Rawlins 2)
Team Free Throws: PS 16-29; BHS 14-27.
Team Fouls; PH 20 (Reynolds); BHS 23 (Fox)
Record: BHS 5-18.


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