Callaway Roundup

Kelley paces New Bloomfield with game-high 13

NEW BLOOMFIELD — Junior forward Ashley Kelley logged a game-high 13 points and the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats controlled the fourth quarter in rallying for a 44-37 non-conference victory over Bunceton on Wednesday night.

New Bloomfield was down 29-25 after three quarters, but outscored the Lady Dragons 19-8 over the last 8 minutes. The Lady Wildcats hit 7-of-8 free throws in the fourth quarter to help secure the seven-point triumph.

Boys’ basketball

New Bloomfield 65

Bunceton 21

NEW BLOOMFIELD — Junior forward Brady Wiler scored a game-high 11 points Wednesday night as the Wildcats easily whipped the Dragons in a non-conference romp.

Sophomore guard Grant Nichols chipped in with 10 points for New Bloomfield (6-12), which bolted to a 16-3 advantage after one quarter and breezed into halftime with a commanding 39-8 lead. The Wildcats carried a 55-17 advantage into the fourth quarter.

Marshall 62

Fulton 47

MARSHALL — The Hornets were outscored by a combined 29-16 in the first and third quarters of Tuesday night’s North Central Missouri Conference loss to the Owls.

Fulton trailed 15-8 after one quarter and was down 29-21 going into the break. Marshall then outscored the Hornets 14-8 in the third quarter to widen its lead to 43-29 entering the final 8 minutes.


Women’s basketball

Iowa Wesleyan 52

Westminster 50

The Lady Blue Jays almost erased a 14-point deficit in the second half but watched their two-game winning streak end in a SLIAC home loss to the first-place Lady Tigers on Wednesday night.

The two teams combined to score just five points over the final 3 minutes, 35 seconds. After freshman forward Andrea Zalis lofted in a 3-pointer to bring Westminster College within 49-48 with 3:57 to play, Stephanie Russak answered with a trey at the 3:35 mark to account for Iowa Wesleyan College’s final points.

Sophomore guard Mackenzie Haddox then connected on a jumper with 3:03 remaining to pull the Lady Blue Jays back within two points, but that would be the last of the scoring. Westminster missed its last five shots, including a jumper by junior forward Danielle Williams with :01 left that would have either won the game or forced overtime.

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