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Top-ranked Hermann stuns No. 9 Ladybirds at buzzer

Top-ranked Hermann stuns No. 9 Ladybirds at buzzer

January 9th, 2014 in News

HERMANN - "A tough pill to swallow."

That's how North Callaway Ladybirds head coach Matt Miller described losing on a last-second shot from midcourt and it's hard to argue with the sentiment.

Hermann senior guard Karinne Lane sunk a desperation heave from 30 feet away as time expired, shocking the state-ranked Ladybirds as the top-ranked Lady Bearcats escaped with a 59-56 victory Thursday night.

"...That'll rip your heart out," Miller added. "Especially when you compete hard in such a well-played game."

Boys' basketball

Marshall 64

Fulton 62

Junior guard Ricky Dawson responded with a game-high 27 points as the Hornets bowed to the Owls in North Cenrtal Missouri Conference play on Wednesday night at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.

Dawson - coming off a 30-point game in Fulton's 67-58 win over St. Joseph Benton in the US Bank/Rolla High School Holiday Tournament on Dec. 28 - connected on 7-of-15 shots Wednesday night.

"He's just being more aggressive offensively and playing to his ability," Hornets head coach Ryan Shaw said. "... He's capable of attacking. ... I think the key for us is to follow his lead and play up to his level."


Women's basketball

Lyon 76

William Woods 69

BATESVILLE, Ark. - Freshman forward Kennedy Volkart's 16 points led the No. 25 Lady Owls, who fell to the Lady Scots in an American Midwest Conference clash Thursday night.

Volkert's produced came on 6-of-7 shooting as William Woods University suffered its second loss in the last three games.

Webster 77

Westminster 55

ST. LOUIS - Sophomore point guard Kasey Gatson totaled 10 points to lead the Lady Blue Jays in a St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference loss to the Lady Gorloks on Thursday night.

Westminster College (3-6, 1-3 SLIAC) shot 35 percent (22-for-63) from the field and was outrebounded 27-17 in losing for the third time in its last four games. The Lady Blue Jays trailed 13-11 with less than 5 minutes gone in the first half, before a 27-11 closing run by Webster University left Westminster down 40-22 at halftime.