Southeast-William Woods game featured 4 area players
A Dec. 30 matchup between Southeast Missouri and William Woods featured a quartet of Bootheel players appearing on the same court.
Coming off the bench for SEMO was former Dexter 1,000-pointer scorer Hannah Noe and Three Rivers alumna Erin Bollmann. Against them and starting for William Woods (8-3) were longtime teammates Dennisha Rice and Marissa Webb, who played together at both Poplar Bluff High School and Three Rivers College.
Southeast (7-6) won easily, 77-40, by limiting William Woods to 24 percent shooting.
Bollmann, who has been Southeast's sixth man this season, led all players with 14 points and 11 rebounds over 25 minutes.
The wide margin also meant Noe, a freshman who has been playing a few minutes a game, got a season-high 14 minutes of playing time. She made the most of the extra minutes with a season high six points on 2-for-4 shooting and added two assists.
Rice and Webb had seven and six points, respectively, as well as four rebounds.
Since the game, Southeast has lost to both Belmont and Tennessee State. Bollmann had six points and 10 rebounds against Belmont and six points and three rebounds against Tennessee State.
Noe got two points in six minutes on the court against Belmont.
Courtney Knuckles (Poplar Bluff) finished with 13 points, seven assists and three rebounds for Illinois-Springfield in an 84-70 loss on Sunday. She started and went 4-for-7 shooting. Two days earlier, she got four points and five rebounds in a 20-point loss to Missouri-St. Louis.
Miranda Burroughs (Poplar Bluff) had 10 points and three rebounds for Alabama-Birmingham in a 76-68 loss to Middle Tennessee on Sunday. The senior guard was 2-for-3 on 3-pointers and 3-for-4 overall in 35 minutes of play.
Anna Vogt (Three Rivers College) and Coastal Carolina have lost four in a row after starting the season 7-2. Three of the losses have been in the past week.
Vogt, who has worked her way into the starting lineup, played the full 40 minutes in an 82-74 loss to Gardner-Webb on Saturday. She led Coastal Carolina with 19 points and 13 rebounds and was 9-for-9 on free throws.
Vogt played 36 minutes in another close loss to Longwood on Monday and earned another double-double with 11 points and 15 rebounds, including eight offensive rebounds.
Against High Point on Dec. 30, she played 23 minutes and had seven points and six rebounds as the Chanticleers lost by 15.
John Meyer (Three Rivers College) had three points and three rebounds for Columbia College in a 96-50 win over Harris-Stowe State on New Year's Day. Two days later he went 5-for-6 shooting for 10 points and six rebounds in a 52-point blowout against St. Louis Pharmacy. Meyer started both games.
Scott Borkgren's weekly college notebook runs Tuesday.