Basketball-Girls

New Haven Girls Advance To State Quarterfinals - Boys Fall Short

For the third straight year the famous handshake.  Two years ago it was Coach Dave Luecke shaking Coach Doug Peirick's hand and the past two years it's been Peirick initiating the handshake.

PARK HILLS, Mo. - Shamrocks advance to State Quarterfinals for third straight year, led by Rachel Steinhoff, Stephanie Gerling, and Kayla Meyer hitting double figures as New Haven knocks off Oran 47-27.

Lady Shamrocks Win Third Straight District Title

Photo by Kelly Hoffmann.  Photo gallery below.
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - It could not have been more fitting for New Haven seniors Emily Kallmeyer and Rachel Steinhoff to win a third straight District Championship in their last home game on their own court in front of a packed house of Shamrock fans.

“It was awesome.  Just the whole atmosphere that night (Friday) was amazing.  You couldn’t pick a better night for my last home and last district game.  It was just amazing and the crowd was awesome”, said Steinhoff.

“Playing my last home game and winning districts, I don’t know I’m kind of lost for words.  It was so cool to see all the people come out and support us”, said Kallmeyer.  “When coach took us out, realizing we are going to win another district title - it’s an amazing feeling and looking across the gym and seeing all that green, your like this is so real.”

New Haven 4th Grade Girls End Season With First And Third Place Tournament Finishes

Pictured is the 4th grade girls basketball team after winning first place in the Bourbon tournament.
Photos courtesy of Tracy Langenberg

New Haven, Mo. - The New Haven 4th grade girls basketball team ended their season with a third place finish in last weekend’s Rolla Tournament after winning the Bourbon Tournament on Saturday, February 15th and an overall record of 16-7.

The Lady Shamrocks cruised passed Spring Bluff 38-4 in the first round of the Bourbon Tournament, advancing to the semifinals where they beat Pacific 22-12, setting up a rematch from earlier this year with Steelville.

Scheer Scores Career High As Lady Rocks Cruise Through First Round Of Districts

Photos by Kelly Hoffmann
By Kyle Quick
Stephanie Scheer hits a three midway through the first quarter.

New Haven, Mo. - Saturday the Lady Shamrocks rebounded with a 65-17 win over Kingston in the first round of Districts after ending their regular season with a 53-49 loss to Owensville on Thursday night.

New Haven’s Stephanie’s (Scheer & Gerling) tag teamed Kingston scoring 12 of the Lady Rock’s 26 first quarter points.

Scheer had the hot hand, scoring a career high and game high 12 points on 5-6 shooting from the field.

Gerling, who finished with nine points, has been ridiculous from the field.  Saturday she hit her first three shots after going 6-6 against Owensville two nights before.

Lady Shamrocks Knock Off St. Clair In Third Place Game - Fall To Sullivan In Conference Play

Photo Courtesy of Maddie Yarborough.

By Kyle Quick

In last night’s Girls Hermann Tournament Third Place make up game, Rachel Steinhoff scored 19 points and Stephanie Gerling added a season high 12 points as the Lady Shamrocks defeated St. Clair 44-39.

Steinhoff helped fend off St. Clair’s fourth quarter comeback by hitting four straight free throws in the last 60 seconds after St. Clair pulled within one, giving New Haven their 16th win of the year headed into tonight's battle with Hermann.

Lady Rocks Move Past Warrenton 53-40 In Hermann Tournament Opener

Since Christmas break Kayla Meyer is averaging 10 points a game and grabbing 7 boards.

Hermann, Mo. - Monday night in the first round of the 14th Annual Hermann Girls Tournament #3New Haven picked up their fifth straight win against #6Warrenton 53-40 and setting up a Wednesday night showdown with #2Owensville after they cruised past #7Montgomery County 78-27.

Rachel Steinhoff led New Haven with a team high 18 points and seven rebounds, while Kayla Meyer hit double figures for the fourth time in five games with 16 points and five boards.

New Haven trailed by three with under 15 seconds in the first when Stephanie Gerling hit an 18-footer to end the quarter, pulling New Haven within one, 21-11, sparking a 17-8 run to end the half.

Lady Rocks Grab Conference Win Over Union 46-30 - Win Fourth Straight

Union, Mo. - New Haven started off sluggish in Friday night’s Four Rivers Conference game against Union and found themselves down seven (8-15) after one quarter.

Led by Rachel Steinhoff’s 26 points, tying her career high, New Haven would battle back, holding Union to just two points in the fourth quarter to pick up their fourth straight win 46-30, improving to 12-4 and 2-1 in conference play.

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