In a Thursday game at Mayflower, the Mayflower senior boys ran their conference record to 11-1 with a 65-48 victory over Estem.

Mayflower (19-4) had a great first half outscoring Estem 20-7 in the first quarter and 25-9 in the second for a 45-16 halftime lead.

Leading scorers for Mayflower were J.P. Perry with 16, Hayden Long, 15, Lloyd Lasker, 13, and Justin Bailey 10.

The Lady Mets won the girls game, 57-47. For Mayflower, Jessica Webb and LonJanae Wyatt had 14 points and Tierra Lasker, 11 points.


St. Joseph’s senior girls clinched the conference title Thursday with a 38-32 victory over Hector at the St. Joseph Family Activity Center.

Rachel Briggler had 13 points and four assists for the Lady Bulldogs (21-3, 9-0). Meagan Briggler had seven points, five rebounds and four steals. Abby Kordsmeier had seven points and three steals. Anna Mayor added five points and six rebounds, and Madeline Moix had four points.

"This was a hard-fought game for the conference championship," said coach Chris Kordsmeier. "Both teams played with high intensity. This (winning the conference title) was one of our goals for this year and I’m very proud for the girls."

The St. Joseph boys (19-6, 8-1) won 55-45 to remain in a tie for first in the league.

Taylor Schrekenhofer had 16 points, and Drake Cooper added 15 and five rebounds. Other leaders were: William Fields, eight points, three assists; Nash Nichols, seven points, four rebounds, three steals; Dylan Schrekenhofer, five points, seven rebounds; and Landon Enderlin, four points, four assists.

"I was very proud of the effort, focus and intensity. Our defensive intensity was really good," said coach Brent Bruich. "We did a good job on the defensive board and hustling for every loose ball. We did a great job of ball movement on offense."

St. Joseph won the junior boys game, 40-27 to go to 14-7, 4-1.

Brad Vandivere had 12 points and Triple Willams added seven, four rebounds and two steals. David Beck had six points and six rebounds; Jacob Welter, four points, three assists; Daniel Lee Kordsmeier, four points, two assists; and Zach Martins, three steals.