Shelbyville Daily Union


October 15, 2013

SS/W basketball splits again

Stew-Stras/Windsor had their sixth split in a row to start the season on Thursday. The SS/W 7th won again, beating Dieterich, 41-9, while the SS/W 8th lost again, 27-13.

One, almost three, Stew-Stras/Windsor players were in double figures. Katrina Davis scored a season-high 18 points, all from the field. Megan Schlechte had nine points and Schultz had eight points.

The win was the biggest margin of the season, 32 points. SS/W had 16 more field goals than Dieterich. A 14-0 run in the 1st period and an 18-0 run in the 3rd set the tone.



SS/W 14-7-18-2--41

D’trich 0-4-0-5--9

SS/W stats: Davis 18 (9 FGs), Schlechte 9 (4 FGs, 1 FT), Schultz 8 (4 FGs), Bennett 4 (2 FGs), Reynolds 2 (FG). Team FGs 20. Team FTs 1

D’trich stats: Biermann 7 (2-2 pt 1-3 pt FGs), Britton 2 (FG). Team FGs 4 (1-3).

Davis was held to four points in the 8th grade game and so was 8th grade leader Madison Everett, as Dieterich built a double-digit lead and doubled up SS/W.


Dieterich 27, Stew-Stras/Windsor 13

SS/W 1-1-4-5--13

D’trich 8-8-8-3--27

SS/W stats: Everett 4 (2 FGs), Davis 4 (2 FGs), Rentfro 3 (FG, FT), Schlechte 2 (FG). Team FGs 6. Team FTs 1.

D’trich stats: Shadle 17 (6-2s, 1-3 pt FGs, 2 FTs), Bloemer 6 (3 FGs), Vahling 2 (FG), Robanos 2 (FG). Team FGs 12 (1-3). Team FTs 2.

Stew-Stras/Windsor 7th (6-0) was to host a 7th grade tourney on Saturday.

Stew-Stras/Windsor recorded two more splits early this week, with the SS/W 7th beating Sigel, 26-23, and Neoga, 34-6, while the SS/W 8th grade lost to Sigel, 44-17, and to Neoga, 18-15.

Stew-Stras/Windsor 7th is undefeated in five games, while Stew-Stras/Windsor 8th grade, with Madison Everett relying on 7th graders stepping up to play with her, have lost all five of their games, although they came close to getting in the win column against Neoga.



Stew-Stras/Windsor 26, Sigel 23

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