take a look at some of the best records after 2 weeks of competition. Some
familiar names and some “new kids on the block”. Girls basketball
Eagles (5-0) are led by the trio of Meghan Bailey, Maggie Jones and Hailee
Parks, all who are averaging double figures.
Central is unbeaten at 5-0 as 6-2 Junior center Shakara Jones is scoring
at a rate of 24.2 as she led the way to the Trinity Championship from her
Hall has the most wins as an unbeaten team to this point at 7-0. The Markers
won their own tournament and the momentum of a Final Four trip has left
a major “mark” on this program. Surprisingly, 4 teams in MWAA
White are under .500 in first two weeks !
loaded Suburban West conference has the Mehlville Panthers and Marquette
Mustangs each at 5-0 while Lafayette Lancers, Northwest Lions and Kirkwood
Pioneers are lurking the shadows with 4-1 records. Some great conference
games loom there !
West Jaguars are 5-1 and have tasted tough battle with two narrow wins over
Borgian (30-29) and Hazelwood East (60-58). That experience should pay off.
Hawks (4-0) have their eyes set on Mizzou Arena again as they are scoring
at a tremendous 73 ppg during the first two weeks!
the boys side of the court..
The New Haven Shamrocks, fielding a roster of 7 seniors, have run off to
a 6-0 mark.
Blossom’s Webster Groves Statesman demonstrated their deep, deep talented
roster this week. After winning Thursday in the StL Shootout, their star
center, Adrian Clayborn, took a visit to University of Missouri for football.
The Statesman promptly won their own tournament on 3 consecutive nights
to be sitting on a 5-0 record.
GAC North has two teams with unblemished records. The St Charles Pirates
(6-0) and the Duchesne Pioneers (4-0) should have some great games down
DuBourg Cavaliers (3-0) won the South Side Classic despite missing a key
senior on the front line and displayed flexibility in scoring throughout
the Troy Trojans (4-1) have garnered all the headlines (justifiably), the
Jaguars of Zumwalt West have yet to taste defeat at 3-0.
will happen as the weeks roll along through holiday tournaments, league
play in January/early February, district and post season. Stay with us,
we’ll keep you posted.
now—www.prepcasts.com will be covering the championship games of the
Visitation Holiday Girls tournament (Dec 28) & Meramac (Dec 30) !