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February 11, 2014

Shelby Area Sports Results

Thursday, February 6

BASKETBALL

OVC Tourney: Sullivan 65, St. Teresa 58

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Clinton 65, Shelbyville 54

MS BASKETBALL

Sullivan 8-3A Regional: Shelbyville 47, Arthur 24; Teutopolis 56, Tuscola 35

Stew-Stras 8-A Regional: Stew-Stras 49, Pana Sacred Heart 21

Stew-Stras 7-A Sectional: Sigel 38, Windsor 16

Friday, February 7

BASKETBALL

Maroa 53, Shelbyville 39

Central A&M 58, Clinton 50

Windsor 52, South Central 47

Arcola 68, Okaw Valley 59

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Okaw Valley 42, Cerro Gordo-Bement 38

MS BASKETBALL

Stew-Stras 8th Regional: Windsor 24, Cowden-Herrick 21

Saturday, February 8

WRESTLING

Shelbyville 1A Regional: 1. Shelbyville 180, 2. Monticello 173.5, 3. Argenta 160.5, 4. Auburn 89.5, 5. Tolono 84.5, 6. Cumberland 77, 7. Warrensburg 46.5, 8. St. Anthony 7: 126-Brachbill (S) 1st; 145-Fox (S) 1st; 152-Hudson (S) 1st; 170-Duckett (S) 1st; 220-Smithson (S) 1st; 106-Stirrett (S) 2nd; 138-Finley (S) 2nd; 195-Cloe (S) 2nd; 285-Mudgette (S) 2nd

BASKETBALL

Altamont 57, Shelbyville 49

Maroa 52, Central A&M 50

St. Anthony 65, Cowden-Herrick 32

Stew-Stras 67, Mulberry Grove 55

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Neoga 59, Shelbyville 46

Central A&M 56, Meridian 32

Dieterich 68, CHBC 37

MS BASKETBALL

Stew-Stras 8th Regional: Windsor def. Cowden-Herrick 24-21;

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