Mt. Carmel sinks 5th Red

The St. Louis 5th-grade boys Red team (0-2) lost a hard-fought 34-19 basketball game to Mt. Carmel Monday, coach Jeff Hermesch said.

Adam Weber led SLS with 10 points, followed closely by David Koch with 8 points. Rylan Yeager also scored 1.

Lady Twisters roughed up in opener

Oldenburg Academy saw host University pull away in the Twisters’ opener to the girls basketball season Nov. 12. The Lady Trailblazers won 64-23.

The visitors were outscored 24-9 in the second quarter and held scoreless in the fourth.

OA (0-1) visits Southwestern Hanover Nov. 15 and hosts Southwestern Shelbyville the following night.

SLS splits with St. Mary’s

The 7th-grade St. Louis Cardinal boys took on the St. Mary (Greensburg) Knights Nov. 11. The Cards finished on the short end, 34-14.

SLS had six boys in the scoring column; Christian Mack, Ryan Duerstock and Max Amberger had 3 each. Henry Wanstrath and Adam Meer finished with 4 rebounds each. Wanstrath and Sam Laloge finished with 2 steals each, while Mark Meneses and Laloge each had 1 block.

The 8th-grade Cardinals had scoring and strong defense across the roster in winning 36-20, coach Chad Miles said.

Connor Miles had 13 points and 8 assists, Preston Conway had a personal best of 8 points, Carson Meyer had 5 points and 8 rebounds; Thomas Lohmueller added 5 pts., Evan Flaspohler 4 and Eli Weiler 1.

Grade 8 attends the Oldenburg Academy Classic Saturday morning.

6th-grade Cards win big

St. Louis’ 6th-grade boys soundly defeated Mt. Carmel Monday, 63-26.

Even down 3 players, the 7 uniformed Cardinals played a solid game, according to coach Erin Trenkamp.

Jaiden Kuria and Caleb Mohr each scored season highs, 28 and 22, respectively. Ty Reder added 5 and both Aiden and Ben Greiwe had 4. Noah Livers worked really hard all game both offensively and defensively, the coach added, saying Brycen Miller had a great defensive game also.

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