Basketball-Girls

New Haven Grabs 3rd Place Over Russellville 40-27 Despite Rough Second Half

Kayla Meyer has been a rebounding machine as she leads the team on the year with six boards a game.

Mokane, Mo. - Kayla Meyer and Megan Shockley played key roles in New Haven’s 40-27 win over Russellville in Saturday’s third place game of the South Callaway tournament.

Shockley came off the bench in the second period, scoring eight of her nine points to give the Lady Shamrocks a 16 point halftime lead.

Meyer was one rebound shy of grabbing her second double-double in the tournament, finishing with nine rebounds,10 points, and a perfect 4-4 from the charity strip.

In New Haven’s first possession Rachel Steinhoff drove baseline for an easy two points then swished a 15-footer before Meyer scored off an offensive rebound forcing a Russellville timeout as New Haven quickly jumped out to a 6-0 lead.

Lady Shamrocks Smoking Hot Win Over New Bloomfield - Sets Up Early Season Showdown With Hermann

Stephanie Gerling is nails from the left corner.

Mokane, Mo. - Tuesday night New Haven was flat out on fire, shooting 81% from the field in the first half, putting up 34 points while holding New Bloomfield to just 13.

Stephanie Gerling’s eight first quarter points, hitting her first four shots, ignited New Haven to a 54-32 win, setting the stage for Thursday night’s early season showdown with number one seeded and undefeated Hermann Lady Bearcats.

Kallmeyer's Clutch Shooting Lifts Rocks Over Cuba 40-33

Emily Kallmeyer was nails down the stretch hitting 5 of 6 free throws in the final 40 seconds.

New Haven, Mo. - In Thursday night’s game at Cuba it was obvious New Haven had not played in three weeks thanks to winter storms that forced their first two games to be cancelled following the Christmas break.

“You could really tell that we had not played in 21 days.  We were not sharp on offense, to many tipped passes, and slow in defense.  It didn’t that we missed several practices during the layoff either”, said Coach Doug Peirick. 

New Haven got off to a slow start as Cuba jumped out to an 8-3 lead, before Kayla Meyer scored a layup at 3:32 mark.  While New Haven held Cuba scoreless during the rest of the first quarter, Stephanie Scheer hit a 17-footer, making it a one point game, 8-7.

New Haven 4th Grade Girls Take 2nd In Spring Bluff Tournament

Photo courtesy of Tracy Langenberg.

Spring Bluff, Mo. - New Haven’s 4th grade girls basketball team nearly pulled off a dramatic comeback  in Saturday’s championship game at the Spring Bluff Tournament.

In the double elimination five team tournament New Haven easily won their opening round game on Thursday, holding Union scoreless to pickup their fourth straight win 24-0.

Lady Rocks Win Four Rivers Conference Battle Over Pacific 49-35

New Haven, Mo. - Coming off a 74-46 lose at St. James where the Lady Tigers hit 11 threes in the second half, New Haven bounced back last Thursday to beat Pacific 49-35 and pickup their first conference win on the year (1-1) and fifth win overall. (5-3)

After the game Head Coach Doug Peirick said, “It was the first time this year where I felt we played hard on both ends of the court and put together four quarters of solid play.”

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