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1 MSHSAA Boys Basketball Championships History Year Class Champion (Record) Head Coach Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place Sites 1927 Northeast (Kansas City) Reaves Peters Central (Springfield) Central (St. Joseph) Jackson Rothwell/Girls Gym, UMC, Columbia 1928 Oregon (34-2) Ivan Nigh Central (Springfield) Soldan Warren County Rothwell/Girls Gym, UMC, Columbia 1929 East (Kansas City) J.C. Cohlmeyer Southwest (Kansas City) William Chrisman 48-9 Pleasant Hope Rothwell Gym, UMC, Columbia 1930 Central (Kansas City) Frank Guemple East (Kansas City) Soldan Windsor Rothwell/Brewer FH, UMC, Columbia 1931 Benton (St. Joseph) (21-2) Paul B. Springer New Point Kirksville Westport (Kansas City) Rothwell/Brewer FH, UMC, Columbia 1932 B Fruitland (28-2) R.B. Lewis University High (Cape Gir.) Forsyth Competition Rothwell/Brewer FH, UMC, Columbia A Rockhurst Ed Halpin Joplin Christian Brothers (St. Joe) 20-6 Jefferson City Rothwell/Brewer FH, UMC, Columbia 1933 B Christian Brothers (21-2) William Klemm Jackson St. James Desloge Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia A Beaumont R.G. Polster St. Louis Univ. High Roosevelt East (Kansas City) Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia 1934 Jackson (20-2) Ryland Milner Southwest (Kansas City) Doniphan 29-22* Beaumont Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia 1935 Northeast (Kansas City) R.E. Peters Hickman Warrensburg Fruitland Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia 1936 Hickman (24-0) Glenn Smith Joplin Maryville William Chrisman Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia 1937 Maryville (32-0) W.H. Smith Central (Springfield) Bonne Terre Joplin Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia 1938 Houston Duke Hiett University High (Cape Gir.) Maryville West County (Leadwood) Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia 1939 B Camdenton W.L. Breuer Richland (Essex) Calhoun Glasgow Central High, Springfield A Joplin Claude Mikkelson St. Louis Univ. High Houston Trenton Central High, St. Joseph 1940 B Zalma (27-2) James Thornton Bland Glasgow Archie Houck Fieldhouse, SEMO, Cape Gir. A McBride (St. Louis) Carl Kamp Central (Springfield) Carthage Central (St. Joseph) Memorial Hall, Joplin 1941 B Camdenton W.L. Breuer Rogersville Advance Fair Play McDonald Arena, MSU, Springfield A Benton (St. Joseph) Paul B. Springer Soldan Monett Maplewood-Richmond Hts. Washington U. Fieldhouse, St. Louis 1942 B Greenwood (26-4) J.H. Collins Hopkins St. Clair Camdenton McDonald Arena, MSU, Springfield A Beaumont (21-2) Tom Stanton St. Louis Univ. High Central (Cape Girardeau) Monett Washington U. Fieldhouse, St. Louis 1943 Beaumont (26-2) Tom Stanton Conway Diehlstadt Central (St. Joseph) Central High, Springfield 1944 Bismarck (35-3) Ervin Leimer Lebanon Ozark Jefferson City Central High, Springfield 1945 Conway (42-3) Robert C. Taylor Central (Springfield) Gilman City Mexico Central High, Springfield 1946 St. Louis Univ. High (27-3) George Hasser Bismarck Waynesville Univ. High (Cape Gir.) Washington U. Fieldhouse, St. Louis 1947 Beaumont (29-1) Tom Stanton Versailles Normandy Hermann McDonald Arena, MSU, Springfield 1948 Beaumont (28-2) Tom Stanton St. James Cleveland (St. Louis) Lebanon McDonald Arena, MSU, Springfield 1949 Buffalo (36-2) Eddie Matthews Rockhurst Bonne Terre John Burroughs McDonald Arena, MSU, Springfield 1950 B Ozark (30-2) Denny Burrows School of the Osage Puxico Windsor McDonald Arena, MSU, Springfield A Joplin (21-3) Russ Kaminsky 46-44** Kirkwood Clinton St. Louis Univ. High Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia 1951 B Puxico (40-0) Arnold Ryan Waynesville John Burroughs Morehouse Houck Fieldhouse, SEMO, Cape Gir. A Normandy (30-1) Marshall Riegert Maplewood-Richmond Hts. Crystal City Joplin Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia 1952 B Puxico (39-2) Arnold Ryan Shelbyville Wheaton Branson Houck Fieldhouse, SEMO, Cape Gir. A St. Louis Univ. High (26-5) Henry Raymonds DeAndreis (St. Louis) Lillis (Kansas City) University City Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia 1953 B John Burroughs (27-1) Ray Wolfe Puxico Waynesville Morehouse Houck Fieldhouse, SEMO, Cape Gir. A Cleveland (St. Louis) (25-4) Earl Jansen St. Louis Univ. High Webster Groves Marshall Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia 1954 B Sparta (39-2) Herb Weston 58-56** Morehouse Troy Buchanan Alton Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia A Central (Cape Girard.) (25-1) Louis Muegge Christian Brothers Westport (Kansas City) Webster Groves Houck Fieldhouse, SEMO, Cape Gir B Branson (41-0) John E. Chase Univ. High (Warrensburg) Buffalo Lewistown Houck Fieldhouse, SEMO, Cape Gir. A Joplin (24-6) Russ Kaminsky Northeast (Kansas City) Rolla Maplewood-Richmond Hts. Washington Universtiy, St. Louis 1956 S New Haven (35-2) Ellsworth Hartzell Mayview Archie 60-58* Clever McDonald Arena, MSU, Springfield M Pembroke Country Day (31-0) Edwin Ryan Horace Mann (Maryville) School of the Osage 72-70** Forsyth Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L Beaumont (29-2) Tom Stanton Maplewood-Richmond Hts. Cleveland (St. Louis) Christian Brothers (St. Joe) Washington University, St. Louis 1957 S New Haven (32-2) Gordon Sulltrop Bogard Rocky Comfort Gilman City School of the Osage, Lake Ozark M Pembroke Country Day (28-3) Edwin Ryan Advance Richland Gainesville Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L St. Charles (24-8) Gene Bartow North Kansas City St. Louis Univ. High Parkview Washington U. Fieldhouse, St. Louis 1958 S New Haven (33-1) Gordon Sulltrup Halfway Madison Burlington Junction Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia M Branson (35-1) John E. Chase Thayer Redemptorist (KC) Elvins Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L St. Louis Univ. High (28-0) Emmett Hanick Central (St. Joseph) Christian Brothers Maplewood-Richmond Hts. Washington U. Fieldhouse, St. Louis 1959 S New Haven (30-4) Gordon Sulltrup Nixa LaPlata Southwest (Mooresville) Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia M St. Agnes (Springfield) (30-1) Robert Taylor Maryville Montgomery County Clarkton Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L Christian Brothers (27-4) D.C. Wilcutt Joplin St. Louis Univ. High St. Charles Washington U. Fieldhouse, St. Louis 1960 S Van Buren (33-3) Hoyle Massey 76-74** Madison Everton Platte County Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia M Bolivar (30-4) Bob Brown Troy Buchanan Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) 76-71* Redemptorist (KC) Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L Christian Brothers (22-5) D.C. Wilcutt St. Louis Univ. High West Plains Crystal City Washington U. Fieldhouse, St. Louis 1961 S Kearney (25-3) Merrill Sindt Everton Doe Run Gilman City Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia M Lillis (Kansas City) (29-0) Jerry Letourneau Thayer Advance Paris Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L St. Louis Univ. High (24-5) Emmet Hanick Crystal City Washington Mercy (St. Louis) Washington U. Fieldhouse, St. Louis 1962 S Bradleyville (28-4) Ray Gibson North Harrison Santa Fe (Alma) Univ. High (Columbia) Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia M Bowling Green (25-8) Gene Hall Branson Richland (Gray Ridge) Blue Springs Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L Hickman (26-1) James McLeod Kirkwood Hadley Tech (St. Louis) Central (Springfield) Washington U. Fieldhouse, St. Louis 1963 S Exeter (35-0) Tom Hewgley South Iron Jameson Oregon Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia M Republic (34-1) Leland Brown Bernie Clopton 70-59* Lafayette County Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L Christian Brothers (25-7) D.C. Wilcutt Jefferson City Central (Kansas City) Central (Springfield) Public High Fieldhouse, Kansas City 1964 S Goodman (24-2) Charles Goade South Iron Glasgow Jameson McDonald Arena, MSU, Springfield M Buffalo (34-1) Mike Kirksey Richland (Essex) Pacific Tipton McDonald Arena, MSU, Springfield L Bishop DuBourg (28-5) Roger Laux Parkview Central (Kansas City) Maplewood-Richmond Hts. Washington U. Fieldhouse, St. Louis 1965 S South Iron (30-3) Gene Cozine Golden City Archie Lancaster Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia M Buffalo (32-3) Larry Atwood California Bloomfield Owensville Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L Parkview (27-1) Bill Harding Center (Kansas City) Southwest (St. Louis) Beaumont Kiel Auditorium (original), St. Louis (*) Indicates number of overtime periods 54 MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

2 MSHSAA Boys Basketball Championships History Year Class Champion (Record) Head Coach Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place Site 1966 S Wright City (27-7) Terry Cain Greenwood Drexel St. Joseph (Farmington) Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia M Owensville (30-7) Richard Hood Willard Boonville Bloomfield Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L Central (Kansas City) (19-5) Jim Wilkinson Parkview Lindbergh Augustinian Acad. (St.L) Kiel Auditorium (original), St. Louis 1967 S Bradleyville (34-1) Argil Ellison Archie New Haven Linn County Lexington High, Lexington M Warrensburg (27-0) Jerry Elliott Buffalo Notre Dame (Cape Girard.) Paris Lexington High, Lexington L Joplin (25-1) Russ Kaminsky 58-53* Central (Kansas City) Beaumont Lindbergh Kiel Auditorium (original), St. Louis 1968 S Bradleyville (33-0) Argil Ellison 76-73**** Howardville Glasgow Lathrop Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia M Matthews (34-1) Jim Hart Boonville Hermann Iberia Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L O'Fallon Tech (25-4) Jodie Bailey Hickman Kirkwood DeLaSalle (Kansas City) Kiel Auditorium (original), St. Louis 1969 S St. George (Hermann) (31-3) Dennis Kruse Skyline Glasgow Oak Grove Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia M Dixon (36-0) Robert Ogle Oran Hermann Pembroke Country Day Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L Sumner (30-2) John Algee Webster Groves Hickman William Chrisman Kiel Auditorium (original), St. Louis 1970 S New Haven (24-8) Glen Scheer Jameson Metz 74-70* Skyline Multipurpose Fieldhouse, UMR, Rolla M Hermann (33-0) Don Gosen Lutheran South Buffalo Christian Brothers (St. Joe) Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L Raytown South (27-1) Bud Lathrop 68-65* Rockhurst Lindbergh Beaumont Kiel Auditorium (original), St. Louis 1971 S Stanberry (26-5) Bill Meyers Wright City Cairo Marion C. Early Multipurpose Fieldhouse, UMR, Rolla M Manual (Kansas City) (24-2) Wm. Madison III Fredericktown Hermann Mount Vernon Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L Vashon (24-2) Ronald Coleman Paseo (Kansas City) Rockhurst DeSoto Kiel Auditorium (original), St. Louis 1972 S Advance (27-5) Carroll Cookson Marion C. Early Northeast Nodaway North Harrison Multipurpose Fieldhouse, UMR, Rolla M Montgomery City (29-4) Bill Ballew St. Pius X (Kansas City) Richland (Essex) Willard Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia L Raytown South (24-5) Bud Lathrop Kirkwood Sumner Carthage Brewer Fieldhouse, UMC, Columbia 1973 S Forsyth (26-8) Charles Campbell Advance Westran Mound City Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia M Lutheran South (30-1) Herm Meyer Manual (Kansas City) Palmyra Webb City Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia L DeSmet (28-5) Rich Grawer Kirkwood Smith-Cotton Paseo (Kansas City) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Glasgow (33-0) Richard Roysten Greenfield Smithton Advance Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Lilbourn (30-2) Larry Warren Nixa Montgomery County Lafayette County Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Owensville (30-1) Jerry Buescher St. Pius X (Kansas City) Bayless Memorial (Joplin) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A McCluer (30-2) Larry Jacob Central (St. Louis) Central (Kansas City) Raytown South Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Advance (29-3) Carroll Cookson Northeast Nodaway Glasgow Mansfield Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Lilbourn (31-0) Bob Phelps Logan-Rogersville Bishop LeBlond St. James Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Charleston (29-4) Mitch Haskins Lafayette (St. Joseph) Clayton Rock Bridge Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A McCluer (20-9) Mark Bernsen Sumner Raytown South Raytown Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (32-1) Ron Cookson Glasgow Plato Drexel Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A St. James (24-6) Grant Crow Clearwater Linn Licking Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Lafayette (St. Joseph) (28-3) Mel Clark Memorial (Joplin) Central (Park Hills) Troy Buchanan Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Center (Kansas City) (29-0) Max Hayes Central (St. Louis) St. Charles McCluer Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Lesterville (30-3) Billy Joe Martin Northeast Nodaway Ash Grove Newtown-Harris Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Bishop LeBlond (27-5) John Bizal Linn Notre Dame (Cape Girard.) Forsyth Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Memorial (Joplin) (31-1) Mike O'Rourke Charleston Manual (Kansas City) Troy Buchanan Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Raytown South (25-4) Bud Lathrop Central (Kansas City) DeSmet Vashon Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Glasgow (24-7) Larry Littrell Marionville Clopton Concordia Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Nixa (30-1) Frank Branstetter Lilbourn Lillis (Kansas City) Palmyra Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Memorial (Joplin) (31-0) Mike O'Rourke McKinley Rock Bridge Charleston Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A DeSmet (31-1) Rich Grawer Central (Kansas City) Central (St. Louis) Kirkwood Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (30-3) Ron Cookson Sparta Northeast Nodaway Harrisburg Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Palmyra (29-0) Don Foster Crystal City Nixa Butler Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Central (Kansas City) (30-1) Jack Bush Charleston Holt (Wentzville) Aurora Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A DeSmet (32-0) Rich Grawer William Chrisman Kirkwood Vashon Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Glasgow (29-1) Larry Littrell Greenwood Jameson LaMonte Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Scott Co. Central (32-1) Ronnie Cookson Slater Willow Springs Wellsville-Middletown Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Charleston (25-6) Lennies McFerren Republic Bishop Hogan (KC) Lutheran North Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Central (Cape Gir.) (29-4) Dan Milligan Hickman Mills William Chrisman 83-82* DeSmet Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Mound City (27-0) Larry Hughes Wellsville-Middletown Bell City McAuley Catholic Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A North Pemiscot (27-4) Jerry Luellen Willow Springs Penney 77-75* Hallsville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Chillicothe (23-6) Rich Fairchild St. Francis Borgia McDonald County Sullivan Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Soldan (28-3) Marvin Neals DeSmet Parkview Central (Kansas City) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Marion C. Early (25-5) Bill Holmes Greenwood Glasgow King City Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Marionville (25-5) Tony Armstrong Monroe City Crystal City Lafayette County Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Logan-Rogersville (29-1) Gary McDaniels Chillicothe Vashon Charleston Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A DeSmet (27-5) Dale Burgman St. Louis Univ. High Hickman Central (Kansas City) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (30-3) Ron Cookson Clopton Walnut Grove 42-40* Northeast Nodaway Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Hayti (24-6) Kent Reynolds Licking Palmyra Lafayette County Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Charleston (30-3) Lennies McFerron Warrensburg Logan-Rogersville Centralia Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Vashon (12-19) Floyd Irons Van Horn Oak Park Beaumont Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Springfield Catholic (28-4) Jerry Buescher Clopton St. Paul Lutheran Jefferson Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Eskridge (26-6) Al Galloway Slater Nixa 57-53* Lathrop Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A McKinley (St. Louis) (26-4) Jimmie Cook Ozark Central (Kansas City) Jennings Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Hillcrest (25-7) Gary Stanfield Vashon Beaumont Lincoln Prep Acad. Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (27-1) Ron Cookson Northeast Nodaway Clopton Lincoln Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Lathrop (27-0) Harold Brown Eskridge Mansfield Paris Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Malden (30-3) Randy Scott Lutheran North Benton (St. Joseph) Waynesville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Vashon (27-5) Floyd Irons 52-49* Soldan Raytown South Lincoln Prep Acad. Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

3 MSHSAA Boys Basketball Championships History Year Class Champion (Record) Head Coach Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place Site A Scott Co. Central (28-6) Ron Cookson 84-76*** Wellsville-Middletown Northeast Nodaway Lockwood Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) (26-6) Brad Wittenborn Nixa Monroe City Pembroke Hill Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Charleston (28-5) Lennies McFerren Logan-Rogersville Paseo (Kansas City) Troy Buchanan Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Vashon (31-1) Floyd Irons Rockhurst Parkway West Glendale Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (28-5) Ron Cookson Wellsville-Middletown King City Smithton Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) (31-2) Brad Wittenborn Hartville Lathrop Wright City Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Charleston (28-4) Lennies McFerren Fulton Marshfield Bishop Hogan (KC) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Rockhurst (27-2) Doug Bruce 63-58** Kickapoo Hazelwood Central Beaumont Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (34-0) Ron Cookson Walnut Grove North Harrison Harrisburg Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Eskridge (28-2) Al Galloway Liberty (Mountain View) Maplewood-Richmond Hts St. Pius X (Kansas City) Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Central (New Madrid Co.) (25-7) Gerald Murphy Paseo (Kansas City) Willard Troy Buchanan Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Vashon (30-1) Floyd Irons Lee's Summit Holt (Wentzville) Jefferson City Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (31-2) Ron Cookson Clopton Greenfield Fairfax Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Licking (29-3) Grant Crow Bernie Clark County St.Pius X (Kansas City) Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Charleston (24-6) Lennies McFerren Marshfield Berkeley Warrensburg Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 4A Rockhurst (23-7) Doug Bruce Vashon Jefferson City DeSmet Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield A Scott Co. Central (32-1) Ron Cookson New Franklin Malta Bend Pattonsburg Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Cardinal Ritter (28-2) Preston Thomas Alton South Shelby 77-70* St. Pius X (Kansas City) Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Charleston (33-0) Lennies McFerren Soldan Benton (St. Joseph) Willow Springs Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 4A Raytown South (31-0) Bud Lathrop DeSmet Vashon Glendale Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield A Scott Co. Central (33-0) Ron Cookson Greenwood New Bloomfield Wellington-Napoleon Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Portageville (31-0) Jim Bidewell Bishop Hogan (KC) Forsyth Palmyra Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Festus (31-1) Rod Gorman Nevada Osage 69-68* Mexico Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 4A Parkway West (31-2) Bill Sodemann 53-49* Hickman Mills Rock Bridge Parkway Central Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield A Van Buren (28-5) Randal Jenkins New Bloomfield Halfway North Harrison Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Portageville (25-5) Jim Bidewell 85-82* Cole County Highland Hartville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Charleston (31-2) Lennies McFerren Eldon Benton (St. Joseph) Troy Buchanan Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Riverview Gardens (31-1) Todd Dutton Raytown South Kickapoo Parkway Central Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (27-6) Ron Cookson Green City Lockwood Tarkio Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Portageville (31-0) Jim Bidewell Brookfield Skyline Forsyth Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A St. Francis Borgia (28-3) Dave Neier Jennings Helias Marshall Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Jefferson City (22-8) James Byland Poplar Bluff DeSoto Raytown South Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Lockwood (30-1) Dennis Cornish Scott Co. Central New Franklin Rock Port Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Portageville (25-3) Jim Bidewell Fatima Alton Cole Camp Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A St. Francis Borgia (31-1) Dave Neier Mexico Helias Maryville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Vashon (27-2) Floyd Irons Hazelwood Central St. Charles West Central (Kansas City) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Barstow (22-10) Fritz Gabler Lockwood South Iron New Bloomfield Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Cardinal Ritter (30-3) Preston Thomas Skyline Diamond Monroe City Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Mexico (28-3) Keith Miller Maryville St. Francis Borgia Mount Vernon Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A St. Charles West (30-2) Terry Holander Vashon Central (Kansas City) Sikeston Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Richland (Essex) (31-2) Doyle Pitts Lockwood Jefferson Sturgeon Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Cardinal Ritter (25-6) Preston Thomas Hollister Pembroke Hill Fatima Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Charleston (31-1) Bobby Spencer Mexico Fulton Chillicothe Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Webster Groves (29-3) Tim Moore West Plains DeSmet Truman Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A New Haven (26-6) Ray Steinhoff 74-71* Bishop Hogan (KC) Chadwick Golden City Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A East Carter (30-2) Mike Harlow --- (historically Vacant) Hartville Linn Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Webb City (26-4) Eric Johnson Chillicothe Jennings Sullivan Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Christian Brothers (28-4) Bob McCormick Truman Rock Bridge Vashon Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Fordland (23-7) Andy Underwood Bishop Hogan (KC) New Haven Weaubleau Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Palmyra (26-5) Brad Thompson --- (historically Vacant) Hartville Portageville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A St. Francis Borgia (31-1) Dave Neier Chillicothe Webb City Mexico Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Liberty (31-0) Mark Nusbaum Lafayette (Wildwood) Vashon Jefferson City Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A New Haven (29-3) Ray Steinhoff Fordland Santa Fe King City Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Hollister (28-3) Duane Hiler --- (historically Vacant) Portageville North Callaway Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Nixa (29-4) Jay Osborne St. Francis Borgia Warrensburg Jennings Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A DeSmet (30-2) Bob Steiner Vashon Central (Kansas City) Troy Buchanan Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Jefferson (29-3) Don Edwards Billings Weaubleau Brunswick Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Whitfield (30-3) Rich Fanning Blair Oaks Forsyth Linn Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Central (New Madrid Co.) (23-6) Lennies McFerren Park Hill South Reeds Spring Jennings Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Vashon (27-2) Floyd Irons DeSmet Rockhurst Francis Howell North Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A New Haven (29-2) Ray Steinhoff Liberal Stoutland Jefferson Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Blair Oaks (23-7) Gary Verslues Butler Cardinal Ritter Diamond Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Central (New Madrid Co.) (23-7) Lennies McFerren Hickman Mills Ozark Helias Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Liberty (24-7) Roger Stirtz --- (historically vacant) Eureka Hannibal Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Bell City (29-5) David Heeb Santa Fe Community Stewartsville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Lutheran North (25-7) Brent Rueter Elsberry Marionville Bishop LeBlond Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A MICDS (29-3) Don Maurer Central (New Madrid Co.) Nixa Westport Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Vashon (30-1) Floyd Irons DeSmet Liberty Jefferson City Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia Verona (32-0) Brad Stewart North Shelby Dadeville Braymer Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2 East Carter (23-7) Larry Morgan West Platte Thayer Harrisburg Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3 Cardinal Ritter (31-0) Marvin Neals Ash Grove Charleston Lincoln Prep Academy Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4 Ozark (28-4) Steve Hunter Paseo Academy St. Charles West DeSoto Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 5 Kickapoo (30-1) Roy Green Raytown South Parkway Central Poplar Bluff Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 56 MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

4 MSHSAA Boys Basketball Championships History Year Class Champion (Record) Head Coach Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place Site Bell City (29-4) David Heeb St. Elizabeth North Andrew Bevier Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2 Van-Far (28-3) Brian Meny Marionville Lone Jack Senath-Hornersville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3 Centralia (29-2) David Meyers Maryville Charleston Mountain Grove Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4 Kearney (27-4) Chuck Minor --- (historically vacant) Ozark Dexter Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 5 Poplar Bluff (25-6) John David Pattillo Blue Springs Lafayette (Wildwood) Jefferson City Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia North Shelby (31-1) Steve Carvajal Jefferson St. Elizabeth 92-91* Bell City Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 2 Marionville (27-3) Ted Young St. Vincent Salisbury East Buchanan Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 3 Lutheran North (22-10) Brent Rueter Charleston Versailles 52-48* Hogan Prep Academy Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 4 O Hara (27-5) Todd Magwire 81-77* Willard Westminster Christian Ac Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 5 Poplar Bluff (27-4) John David Pattillo Vashon Kickapoo Rockhurst Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia Jefferson (32-0) Tim Jermain Bell City Silex Tuscumbia Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 2 Harrisburg (28-4) Steve Combs Marionville Advance West Platte Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 3 Cardinal Ritter (28-3) Marvin Neals Charleston Cameron Mount Vernon Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 4 St. Francis Borgia (30-1) Dave Neier Sikeston Lincoln Prep Academy Ozark Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 5 Vashon (27-2) Floyd Irons Kickapoo Kirkwood 58-54* Rockhurst Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia Jefferson (31-1) Tim Jermain Bell City LaPlata Wheatland Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 2 Eskridge (17-10) Sterling Bates Mansfield Harrisburg Osceola Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 3 Charleston (29-3) Danny Farmer Pembroke Hill Spokane Bowling Green Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 4 Ruskin (29-1) Gerry Marlin Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) Willard St. Charles Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 5 McCluer North (26-3) Randy Reed Rockhurst Fort Zumwalt South Lindbergh Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia Jefferson (29-2) Tim Jermain Glasgow Scott Co. Central Fair Play Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 2 Harrisburg (28-3) Steve Combs South Iron Clever West Platte Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 3 Maplewood-Rich. Hts. (28-4) Corey Frazier Lutheran North Hogan Prep Linn Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 4 Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) (24-6) Paul Hale St. Charles West Webb City Lincoln Prep Acad. Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 5 Webster Groves (29-3) Jay Blossom McCluer North Fort Zumwalt South Truman Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia KEY (*) Indicates number of overtime periods ( ) East Carter, Palmyra and Hollister awarded the 1997, 1998 and 1999 Class 2A titles, respectively, via forfeitures from Pembroke Hill due to use of ineligible players; Liberty, Kearney and Kickapoo were awarded the 2001, 2004 and 2006 titles, respectively, via forfeitures from Vashon due to use of ineligible players; Vashon also vacated its 2005 runner-up finish due to use of ineligible players. Early Missouri State Basketball Tournament Results (non-mshsaa) Boys Tournaments MNIAA State Tournament Vashon 1936 Vashon 1937 A - Sumner (St. Louis) B - Wheatley (Poplar Bluff) 1938 A - Sumner (St. Louis) B - Wheatley (Poplar Bluff) 1939 A - Douglass (Webster Groves) B - Cobb (Cape Girardeau) 1940 A - Sumner (St. Louis) B - Cobb (Cape Girardeau) 1941 A - Douglas (Webster Groves) B - Franklin (St. Charles) 1942 A - Lincoln (Jefferson City) B - Franklin (St. Charles) 1943 Lincoln (Jefferson City) 1944 Vashon 1945 A - Lincoln (Kansas City) B - Lincoln (Joplin) 1946 A - Washington Tech (St. Louis) B - Franklin (St. Charles) 1947 A - Vashon B - Franklin (St. Charles) 1948 A - Vashon B - Lincoln (Joplin) 1949 A - Vashon B - Franklin (St. Charles) 1950 A - Lincoln (Jefferson City) B - Lincoln (Joplin) 1951 A - Lincoln (Jefferson City) B - Lincoln (Moberly) 1952 A - R.T. Coles (Kansas City) B - Lincoln (Joplin) 1953 A - Lincoln (Kansas City) B - Cobb (Cape Girardeau) 1954 A - Lincoln (Kansas City) B - Western Baptist (Kansas City) 1955 A - Douglass (Webster Groves) B - Sumner (Boonville) (+) The MSHSAA membership officially voted to remove the color barrier during the school year. Bartlett High School of St. Joseph was the first MNIAA member to join the MSHSAA. Univ. of Missouri Tournament, Columbia 1917 Central (Kansas City) 1918 Central (Kansas City) 1919 Excelsior Springs 1920 Northeast (Kansas City) 1921 Northeast (Kansas City) 1922 Central (Kansas City)* 1923 Westport (Kansas City) 1924 Warrensburg 1925 Westport (Kansas City) 1926 Westport (Kansas City) (*) later forfeited; State Teachers College Tournament 1923 Sedalia (tournament at Warrensburg) 1924 Jackson (tournament at Cape Girardeau) 1925 Warrensburg (tournament at Warrensburg) Girls Tournaments Missouri Girls State Tournament, Fulton 1925 Montgomery City 1926 Crystal City 1927 Elvins 1928 Crystal City 1929 Shelbina Coach Lennies McFerren is carried off the court by his Charleston Blue Jays after a win over Warrensburg in the 1983 Class 3A championship game at the Hearnes Center. McFerren would help Charleston to seven state crowns from and would later take New Madrid County Central to Class 3A tournament championships in 2000 and (photo by Mark Sanderbeck) MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

5 All-Time MSHSAA Boys Basketball Playoff History by School Adrian ( ) Advance ( ) Affton ( ) Alba (1962) Albany ( ) Alma (1927) Alton ( ) Anderson (1942) Anniston (1964) Appleton City ( ) Arbyrd (1963) Arcadia Valley ( ) Archie ( ) Ash Grove ( ) Assumption (O Fallon) (1962) Atlanta ( ) Augustinian (St. Louis) ( ) Aurora ( ) Ava ( ) Bakersfield (1998) Ballard ( ) Baring (1941) Barstow ( ) Bayless ( ) Beaumont ( ) Bell City ( ) Belle ( ) Bellevue (Mound City) (1933) Belton ( ) Benton (St. Joseph) ( ) Berkeley ( ) Bernie ( ) Bethany (1966) Bevier ( ) Billings ( ) Birch Tree (1952) Bishop DuBourg ( ) Bishop Hogan ( ) Bishop LeBlond ( ) Bismarck ( ) Blackburn (1958) Blair Oaks ( ) Bland ( ) Bloomfield ( ) Blue Eye ( ) Blue Springs ( ) Blue Springs South ( ) Bogard ( ) Bolivar ( ) Bonne Terre ( ) Boonville ( ) Bosworth (1956) Bourbon ( ) Bowling Green ( ) Bradleyville ( ) Bragg City ( ) Branson ( ) Brashear ( ) Braymer ( ) Breckenridge (1967) Brentwood ( ) Bronaugh ( ) Brookfield ( ) Brunswick ( ) Bucklin ( ) Buffalo ( ) Bunceton ( ) Bunker ( ) Butler ( ) Cabool ( ) Cainsville ( ) Calhoun ( ) California ( ) Camdenton ( ) Cameron ( ) Canton ( ) Cardinal Ritter ( ) Carl Junction (1957) Carrollton ( ) Cartersville (1935) Carthage ( ) Caruthersville ( ) Cass-Midway ( ) Cassville ( ) Center (Kansas City) ( ) Centerville ( ) Central (Cape Girardeau) ( ) Central (Kansas City) ( ) Central (New Madrid County) ( ) Central (Park Hills) ( ) Central (Springfield) ( ) Central (St. Joseph) ( ) Central (St. Louis) ( ) Centralia ( ) Chadwick ( ) Chaffee (1979) Chaminade ( ) Chamois (1996) Charleston ( ) Chillhowee ( ) Chillicothe ( ) Christian Brothers ( ) Christian Brothers (St. Joseph) ( ) Clark County ( ) Clarkton ( ) Clayton ( ) Clearmont ( ) Clearwater ( ) Cleveland (St. Louis) ( ) Cleveland Naval Jr. ROTC ( ) Clever ( ) Clinton ( ) Clopton ( ) Coffey (1950) Cole Camp ( ) College High (Warrensburg) ( ) Collins ( ) Community ( ) Competition ( ) Concordia ( ) Conway ( ) Cooter ( ) Couch ( ) County Day (St. Louis) ( ) Craig (1976) Crane ( ) Creighton (1941) Crest Ridge ( ) Crocker ( ) Crystal City ( ) Cuba ( ) Dadeville ( ) De La Salle (Kansas City) ( ) DeAndries (St. Louis) ( ) DeKalb ( ) DeSmet ( ) DeSoto ( ) Deepwater ( ) Delta ( ) Delta (Deering) ( ) MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

6 All-Time MSHSAA Boys Basketball Playoff History by School Desloge ( ) Dexter ( ) Diamond ( ) Diehlstadt (1943) Dixon ( ) Doe Run (1961) Doniphan ( ) Douglass (Columbia) (1955) Drexel ( ) Duchesne ( ) East (Kansas City) ( ) East Buchanan ( ) East Carter ( )* East Newton (1976) Easton (1930) El Dorado Springs (1966) Eldon ( ) Elkland (1931) Ellisnore (1964) Elmer (1962) Elsberry ( ) Elvins ( ) Eminence ( ) Englewood Christian Academy ( ) Eskridge ( ) Essex ( ) Esther (1965) Ethel ( ) Eugene ( ) Eureka ( ) Everton ( ) Ewing (1968) Excelsior Springs ( ) Exeter ( ) Fair Grove ( ) Fair Play ( ) Fairfax ( ) Fairview ( ) Fairview (St. Louis) ( ) Farber (Vandalia) (1961) Farmington ( ) Fatima ( ) Fayette ( ) Festus ( ) Fillmore (1940) Fisk ( ) Flat River ( ) Fordland ( ) Forsyth ( ) Fort Zumwalt North ( ) Fort Zumwalt South ( ) Fox ( ) Francis Howell ( ) Francis Howell Central (2005) Francis Howell North ( ) Fredericktown ( ) Fruitland ( ) Fulton ( ) Gainesville ( ) Galena ( ) Gallatin ( ) Gateway ( ) Gideon ( ) Gilman City ( ) Glasgow ( ) Glendale ( ) Glenwood ( ) Golden City ( ) Goodman ( ) Graham (1934) Grain Valley ( ) Granby (1963) Grandview ( ) Grandview (Hillsboro) (2004) Green City ( ) Green Ridge (2002) Greenfield ( ) Greentop (1956) Greenwood ( ) Grundy County ( ) Hadley Tech (1962) Hale ( ) Halfway ( ) Hallsville ( ) Hancock ( ) Hannibal ( ) Hardin-Central ( ) Harrisburg ( ) Harrisonville ( ) Hartville ( ) Hatfield (1941) Hayti ( ) Hazelwood (1962) Hazelwood Central ( ) Hazelwood East ( ) Hazelwood West ( ) Helias ( ) Herculaneum ( ) Hermann ( ) Hermitage ( ) Hickman ( ) Hickman Mills ( ) Highland ( ) Hillcrest ( ) Hillsboro ( ) Hogan Prep Academy ( ) Holcomb (1998) Holden ( ) Hollister ( )* Holt (Wentzville) ( ) Holy Rosary (Monroe City) (1962) Hopkins ( ) Horace Mann (Maryville) ( ) Hornersville ( ) Houston ( ) Howardville ( ) Hubbard (Sedalia) (1961) Humansville ( ) Hume ( ) Hurley ( ) Iberia ( ) Jackson ( ) Jameson ( ) Jamestown ( ) Jasper ( ) Jefferson ( ) Jefferson City ( ) Jennings ( ) John Burroughs ( ) John F. Kennedy (2006) Joplin ( ) Kearney ( ) Kelly ( ) Kennett (1974) Kewanee (1940) Keytesville ( ) Kickapoo ( ) King City ( ) Kingsville (2005) Kinloch (St. Louis) ( ) Kirksville ( ) Kirkwood ( ) Knob Noster ( ) Knox County ( ) LaBelle (1960) MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

7 All-Time MSHSAA Boys Basketball Playoff History by School LaGrange ( ) LaMonte ( ) LaPlata ( ) Laboure (St. Louis) (1957) Ladue Horton Watkins ( ) Lafayette (St. Joseph) ( ) Lafayette (Wildwood) ( ) Lafayette County ( ) Lakeland ( ) Lamar ( ) Lancaster ( ) Laquey (2008) Lathrop ( ) Lawson ( ) Lebanon ( ) Lee s Summit ( ) Lee s Summit Community Christian (2008) Lee s Summit North ( ) Lee s Summit West (2006) Leeton ( ) Lesterville ( ) Lewistown ( ) Lexington ( ) Liberal ( ) Poplar Bluff's Tyler Hansbrough finished with 141 points and 77 rebounds in six career Show- Me Showdown games, tying him for third on the event's career scoring list. (Columbia Photo) Liberty ( ) Liberty (Mountain View) ( ) Licking ( ) Lilbourn ( ) Lillis (Kansas City) ( ) Lincoln ( ) Lincoln Prep Acad. ( ) Lincoln University Lab School (Jefferson City) (1961) Lindbergh ( ) Linn ( ) Linn County ( ) Linneus (1951) Lockwood ( ) Logan-Rogersville ( ) Lone Jack ( ) Louisana ( ) Lutesville (1942) Lutheran (Kansas City) ( ) Lutheran (St. Peters) (1996) Lutheran North ( ) Lutheran South ( ) Lutie ( ) Macks Creek ( ) Macon ( ) Macon County (New Cambria) ( ) Madison ( ) Malden ( ) Malta Bend ( ) Mansfield ( ) Manual (Kansas City) ( ) Maplewood-Richmond Hts. ( ) Marceline ( ) Marion C. Early ( ) Marion County ( ) Marionville ( ) Mark Twain (1969) Marquette ( ) Marshall ( ) Marshfield ( ) Marston (1956) Martinsville (1951) Maryville ( ) Matthews ( ) Maysville ( ) Mayview ( ) McAuley (Joplin) ( ) McBride (St. Louis) ( ) McCluer ( ) McCluer North ( ) McCluer South-Berkeley ( ) McCooey (Hannibal) ( ) McDonald County ( ) McKinley (St. Louis) ( ) Meadow Heights (1989) Meadville ( ) Mehlville ( ) Memorial (Joplin) ( ) Mercer ( ) Mercy (St. Louis) ( ) Metro (Kansas City) (1996) Metz (1970) Mexico ( ) Miami ( ) MICDS ( ) Mid-Buchanan (1986) Milan ( ) Miller ( ) Miller Career Academy (St. Louis) ( ) Moberly ( ) Monett ( ) Monroe City ( ) MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

8 All-Time MSHSAA Boys Basketball Playoff History by School Montgomery County ( ) Montrose ( ) Morehouse ( ) Mound City ( ) Mountain Grove ( ) Mountain View (1939) Mount Vernon ( ) Napton (1932) Naylor ( ) Neelyville (1984) Neosho ( ) Nevada ( ) New Bloomfield ( ) New Franklin ( ) New Haven ( ) New Madrid (1970) New Point ( ) Newburg (1980) Newtown-Harris ( ) Niangua ( ) Nixa ( ) Noel (1947) Norborne (1989, 93, 94) Normandy ( ) North Andrew ( ) North Callaway (1999) North County (Bonne Terre) ( ) North Harrison ( ) North Kansas City ( ) North Nodaway (1964) North Pemiscot ( ) North Platte (1964) North Shelby ( ) Northeast (Cairo) ( ) Northeast (Kansas City) ( ) Northeast (Vernon County) (1998) Northeast Nodaway ( ) Northwest (Cedar Hill) ( ) Northwest (Hughesville) ( ) Northwest (St. Louis) ( ) Northwestern (Mendon) ( ) Norwood ( ) Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau) ( ) Novinger ( ) Oak Grove ( ) Oak Park ( ) Oakville ( ) O Bannon (New Madrid) (1965) O Fallon Tech (1968) O Hara ( ) Oran ( ) Oregon ( ) Orrick (2007) Osage ( ) Osborn ( ) Osceola ( ) Otterville (1994) Owensville ( ) Ozark ( ) Pacific ( ) Palmyra ( )* Paris ( ) Park Hill ( ) Park Hill South ( ) Parkview ( ) Parkway Central ( ) Parkway South ( ) Parkway West ( ) Parkwood (Joplin) (1970) Parma ( ) Paseo (Kansas City) ( ) Paseo Academy (2003) Pattonsburg ( ) Pattonville ( ) Pembroke Country Day ( ) Pembroke Hill ( )(97*-98*-99*) Penney ( ) Perryville ( ) Philadelphia (1961) Phillipsburg (1956) Pickering (1927) Pilot Grove ( ) Pineville (1946) Plato ( ) Platte City ( ) Platte County (2005) Plattsburg ( ) Pleasant Hill (1968) Pleasant Hope ( ) Polo (1986) Poplar Bluff ( ) Portageville ( ) Potosi ( ) Prairie Home (1964) Princeton ( ) Principia ( ) Priory ( ) Purdy ( ) Putnam County ( ) Puxico ( ) Queen City (1966) Raymore-Peculiar ( ) Raytown ( ) Raytown South ( ) Redemptorist (Kansas City) ( ) Reeds Spring (2000) Republic ( ) Rich Hill ( ) Richland ( ) Richland (Essex) ( ) Richland (Gray Ridge) ( ) Richmond (1972) Ridgeway (1942) Risco (1994) Ritenour ( ) Riverview Gardens ( ) Rock Bridge ( ) Rock Port ( ) Rockhurst ( ) Rocky Comfort ( ) Rolla ( ) Roosevelt ( ) Rothville (1950) Ruskin ( ) Russellville ( ) Sacred Heart ( ) Salem ( ) Salisbury ( ) Santa Fe ( ) Sarcoxie (1928) Savannah ( ) Saxony Lutheran (2008) Schell City (1993) Schuyler County ( ) Scotland County ( ) Scott City ( ) Scott County Central ( ) Senath ( ) Senath-Hornersville ( ) Seneca ( ) Shelbina (1955) Shelbyville ( ) Sheridan (1960) Sherwood ( ) Sikeston ( ) Silex ( ) Skidmore ( ) Skyline ( ) MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

9 All-Time MSHSAA Boys Basketball Playoff History by School Slater ( ) Smith-Cotton ( ) Smithton ( ) Smithville ( ) Soldan ( ) South Callaway ( ) South Harrison ( ) South Holt ( ) South Iron ( ) South Nodaway ( ) South Pemiscot ( ) South Shelby ( ) Southern Boone County ( ) Southern Reynolds ( ) Southeast (Kansas City) ( ) Southwest (Ludlow) (1973) Southwest (Mooresville ) (1959) Southwest (St. Louis) (1965) Southwest (Kansas City) ( ) Southwest (Washburn) ( ) Southwest City (1939) Sparta ( ) Spickard (1956) Spokane ( ) Springfield Catholic ( ) St. Charles ( ) St. Charles West ( ) St. Clair ( ) St. Dominic ( ) St. Elizabeth ( ) St. Francis Borgia ( ) St. George (Hermann) ( ) St. James ( ) St. John s (Kansas City) ( ) St. John s Prep ( ) St. Joseph (Farmington) ( ) St. Joseph Academy (Chillicothe) (1965) St. Joseph Christian (2001) St. Louis University High ( ) St. Mary s (Independence) ( ) St. Mary s (St. Louis) ( ) St. Paul Lutheran ( ) St. Peter s (St. Charles) ( ) St. Pius X (Festus) ( ) St. Pius X (Kansas City) ( ) St. Vincent ( ) Ste. Genevieve (1947) Stanberry ( ) Steele ( ) Steelville ( ) Stet ( ) Stewartsville ( ) Stockton ( ) Stoutland ( ) Stover ( ) Strafford ( ) Sturgeon ( ) Sullivan ( ) Summersville (1973) Sumner ( ) Sweet Springs (1972) Tarkio ( ) Tarkio Academy (1996) Thayer ( ) Thomas Jefferson Independent (2002) Tina-Avalon ( ) Tipton ( ) Trenton ( ) Tri-County ( ) Troy Buchanan ( ) Truman ( ) Tuscumbia (2006) Twin Rivers ( ) Union ( ) Union Star ( ) University City ( ) University High (Cape Girardeau) ( ) University High (Columbia) ( ) Urich (1964) Valle ( ) Valley (Caledonia) ( ) Valley Park ( ) Van Buren ( ) Van Horn ( ) Van-Far ( ) Vashon ( ) (01*-03*- 04*-05*-06*-) Verona ( ) Versailles ( ) Vianney ( ) Viburnum ( ) Vienna ( ) Walnut Grove ( ) Wardell (1958) Warrensburg ( ) Warrenton ( ) Warsaw ( ) Washington ( ) Waynesville ( ) Weaubleau ( ) Webb City ( ) Webster Groves ( ) Wellington-Napoleon ( ) Wellsville-Middletown ( ) Wentworth Military Academy (1946) West County (Leadwood) ( ) West Nodaway (1958) West Plains ( ) West Platte ( ) Westminster Christian Academy ( ) Westport ( ) Westran ( ) Wheatland ( ) Wheaton ( ) Wheeling (1983) Whitfield ( ) Willard ( ) William Chrisman ( ) Willow Springs ( ) Windsor ( ) Windsor (Imperial) ( ) Winfield ( ) Winnetonka ( ) Winona ( ) Winston ( ) Worth County (1983) Wright City ( ) Wyaconda (1993) Zalma (1940) KEY - No. - Total number of playoff appearances (District titles); W-L - Wins and Losses in MSHSAA playoffs; Pct. - Win-Loss Percentage in MSHSAA playoffs; 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th - Indicates number of first, second, third and fourth-place finishes in state tournament. Bold Italics indicates year team participated in MSHSAA Championships (final four). * East Carter, Palmyra and Hollister awarded the 1997, 1998 and 1999 Class 2A titles, respectively, via forfeitures from Pembroke Hill after use of ineligible players. Liberty, Kearney and Kickapoo awarded the 2001, 2004 and 2006 titles, respectively, via forfeitures from Vashon after use of ineligible players. Vashon also vacated its 2005 runner-up finish due to use of ineligible players. Records shown indicate actual tournament W-L to balance the tournament history ledger. 62 MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

10 Columbia hosts a variety of special events throughout the year from street festivals and art shows to major concerts and sports venues. Make plans now to catch these exciting events. NRA BIANCHI CUP May 18-23, 2009 Green Valley Chapman Range nrahq.org/compete/nm_actionshooting.asp NRA National Action Pistol Championship (Bianchi Cup) is the most prestigious and richest shooting tournament in the world. SALUTE TO VETERANS 2009 AIRSHOW May 23-24, 2009 Columbia Regional Airport salute.org/airshow.shtm Spend the day as we Honor and Remember our Nation's and our Allies' veterans, and say "Thank You!" to current active-duty members of our Armed Forces, members of the National Guard and Reserve, and Allied Forces. ART IN THE PARK June 6-7, 2009 Stephens Lake Park artinthepark.missouri.org Art in the Park is the oldest and largest fine arts festival in mid-missouri. The festival features more than 100 visual artists from across the United States, displaying a variety of media including painting, drawing, photography, pottery, jewelry, fibers, sculpture, wood and glass. WINE AND FOOD FESTIVAL June 20-27, 2009 Columbia, MO ColumbiaWineFest.com Inside Columbia Magazine's Wine & Food Festival! Treat yourself to five days of extraordinary cuisine and world-class wines at a festival expertly crafted for aficionados and amateurs alike. The festival will have more than 300 wines from around the world as well as tasting, seminars, cooking demonstrations and more. SHOW-ME STATE GAMES July 17-19, July 24-26, July 31-August 2, 2009 Columbia, MO smsg.org The Show-Me State Games is an Olympic-style sports festival for Missouri amateur athletes and is designed to inspire Missourians to develop their physical and competitive abilities. Events provide athletes with statewide competition opportunities while encouraging sportsmanship, fitness, healthy lifestyles and family fun. ROOTS N BLUES 'N BBQ FESTIVAL September 25-26, 2009 Columbia, MO A free weekend celebration of our roots, held in the heart of scenic Columbia, The District. The festival features nationally known musicians performing bluegrass, blues, gospel and other genres of American-based music. Food and craft vendors and a sanctioned barbeque contest add to the festive atmosphere. Photos courtesy City of Columbia, Show-Me State Games, and L.G. Patterson 300 S. Providence Rd. Columbia, MO (573) (800) Visit our website for full calendar of events and details: MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

11 Show-Me Showdown All-Time Boys Individual Records (all games) Single-Game Records Scoring 61, Jim Krebs, Webster Groves vs. Marshall, 1953, L 3rd-place 48, Chris Smith, Nevada vs. Mexico, 1991, 3A Semifinal *47, Kent Russell, Nixa vs. Lilbourn, 1978, 2A Final *47, Anthony Timmons, Scott Co. Central vs Clopton, 1983, 1A Final 45, Brandon Klaus, DeSoto vs. Jefferson City, 1993, 4A Semifinal 45, Tim Scheer, New Haven vs. Bishop Hogan, 1997, 1A Final 44, Larry Wilgus, LaPlata vs. Southwest (Mooresville), 1959, S 3rd-place 42, Bill George, Waynesville vs. Morehouse, 1953, B 3rd-place 42, Lamont Frazier, Charleston vs. Berkeley, 1989, 3A Semifinal 41, Ed Stoll, Raytown South vs. Sumner, 1972, L Semifinal 40, Mike Lawson, Pattonsburg vs. Malta Bend, 1990, 1A 3rd-place 40, Nathan Philipp, St. Francis Borgia vs. Marshall, 1993, 3A Semifinal 40, Bert Presley, Diamond vs. Monroe City, 1995, 2A 3rd-place 40, Dominitrix Johnson, Bell City vs. St. Elizabeth, 2004, Class 1 Final 40, Marcus Walker, O'Hara vs. Willard, 2005, Class 4 Final 39, Jim Dinsdale, Maryville vs. Clarkton, 1959, M Semifinal 39, Ronald Tyler, Palmyra vs. Manual (KC), 1973, M Semifinal 39, Otto Porter, Scott Co. Central vs. Drexel, 1976, 1A Semifinal 39, Chris Heller, Rockhurst vs. Jefferson City, 1989, 4A Semifinal 38, Andy St. Clair, Brookfield vs. Forsyth, 1993, 2A Semifinal 38, Jarriot Rook, Troy Buchanan vs. Central (KC), 1999, 4A 3rd-place 38, Glennon Hayes, Nixa vs. Westport, 2002, 3A, 3rd-place 38, Dwayne Polk, Vashon vs. Kearney, 2004, Class 4 Final 38, Torres Roundtree, McCluer North vs. Rockhurst, 2007, Class 5 Final Scoring, Half 31 (1) Dave Brent, Sumner vs. Hickman, 1969, L Semifinal 28 (2), Andy St. Clair, Brookfield vs. Forsyth, 1993, 2A Semifinal *27 (2), Kent Russell, Nixa vs. Lilbourn, 1978, 2A Final *27 (2), Chris Smith, Nevada vs. Festus, 1991, 3A Final *27 (2), Dwayne Polk, Vashon vs. Kearney, 2004, Class 4 Final 27 (1), Chris Smith, Nevada vs. Mexico, 1991, 3A Semifinal 27 (2), Brandon Klaus, DeSoto vs. Jefferson City, 1993, 4A Semifinal 27 (2), JaRon Rush, Pembroke Hill vs. Fatima, 1996, 2A 3rd-place 26 (1), Marty Hardin, Hallsville vs. Penney, 1981, 2A 3rd-place 26 (1), Greg Caudle, New Bloomfield vs Wellington-Nap., A 3rd-pl. Total Field Goals *20, Tim Scheer, New Haven vs. Bishop Hogan, 1997, 1A Final 18, Larry Wilgus, LaPlata vs. Southwest (Mooresville), 1959, S 3rd-pl. 18, Lawrence Butler, Glasgow vs. Smithton, 1974, 1A Semifinal 18, Kent Russell, Nixa vs. Lilbourn, 1978, 2A Final 18, Anthony Timmons, Scott Co. Central vs. Clopton, 1983, 1A Final 17, Marty Hardin, Hallsville vs. Penney, 1981, 2A 3rd-place Game 17, Mike Lawson, Pattonsburg vs. Malta Bend, 1990, 1A 3rd-place 16, Otto Porter, Scott Co. Central vs. Drexel, 1976, 1A Semifinal 16, Ray Pugh, Malden vs. Waynesville, 1985, 3A Semifinal Field Goal Attempts *35, David Combs, Bradleyville vs. Howardville, 1968, S Final 34, Frankie Robinson, Lilbourn vs. Nixa, 1974, 2A Final 33, Lawrence Butler, Glasgow vs. Smithton, 1974, 1A Semifinal 33, Glenn Walters, Greenfield vs. Glasgow, 1974, 1A Final 33, Otto Porter, Scott Co. Central vs. Drexel, 1976, 1A Semifinal 33, Tony Wallace, Holt (Wentzville) vs. Aurora, 1979, 3A Semifinal 33, Marcus Walker, O'Hara vs. Willard, 2005, Class 4 Final (ot) 33, Bruce Tipton, Vashon vs. Kirkwood, 1979, 4A 3rd-place Game 32, Bruce Tipton, Vashon vs. William Chrisman, 1979, 4A Semifinal 31, Kent Russell, Nixa vs. Lilbourn, 1978, 2A Final Field Goal Pct. (minimum 10 att.) (10-10), Jason Brookins, Mexico vs. Borgia, 1995, 3A Semifinal (10-10), Curtis Muse, Vashon vs. Dexter, 2004, Class 4 Semifinal.938 (15-16), Steve Frank, Clopton vs. Lincoln, 1985, 1A 3rd-place.917 (11-12) Johnny Parker, Central (St.L) vs St. Chrls A Semi.917 (11-12), Russ Morman, Wm.Chrisman vs. DeSmet, 1980, 4A 3rd.917 (11-12), Eric Simmons, Riverview vs. Parkwy C., 1992, 4A Semi.917 (11-12), Kelly Kindall, Fordland vs. King City, 1999, 1A Semifinal.909 (10-11), Felix Jerman, Manual (KC) vs. Mt. Vernon, 1971, M Semi.909 (10-11) Dan Dohogne, ND (CG) vs Monroe City, 1986, 2A Semi..909 (10-11), Evan Pedersen, Parkway W vs Vashon 1986, 4A Semi. "The Gauntlet" Schools that have won state titles in football and boys basketball during the same school year: FBall BBall Year School Record Record Memorial (Joplin) Rockhurst St. Francis Borgia Centralia Three-Point Field Goals 11, Brandon Klaus, DeSoto vs. Jefferson City, 1993, 4A Semifinal 8, Chris Smith, Nevada vs. Mexico, 1991, 3A Semifinal 8, Justin Henderson, Lincon Prep vs. Notre Dame (CG), 2008, Class 4 Semifinal * 6, Jeffrey McCaw, Eskridge vs. Liberty (Mt. View), 1988, 2A Final 6, Steve Welsh, Willard vs. Troy Buchanan, 1988, 3A 3rd-place 6, Jason Ralston, Helias vs. Jennings, 1993, 3A Semifinal 6, Eddie Blanton, Helias vs. Marshall, 1993, 3A 3rd-place 6, Matt Redd, Maryville vs. Mexico, 1995, 3A Final * 6, JaRon Rush, Pembroke Hill vs. Palmyra, 1996, 2A Semifinal 6, Joe Crede, Fatima vs. Hollister, 1996, 2A Semifinal 6, Ryan Robertson, Fatima vs. Pembroke Hill, 1996, 2A 3rd-place 6, Corey Pyle, Golden City vs. Bishop Hogan, 1997, 1A Semifinal 6, Doug Roberts, Truman vs. Vashon, 1997, 4A Semifinal * 6, Kelly Kindall, Fordland vs. New Haven, 1999, 1A Final 6, Scott Stone, MICDS vs. Nixa, 2002, 3A Semifinal 6, Cam Cooper, Liberty vs. DeSmet, 2002, 4A Semifinal 6, Glennon Hayes, Nixa vs. Westport, 2002, 3A 3rd-place * 6, Scott Stone, MICDS vs. Central (New Madrid Co.), 2002, 3A Final 6, David Nurse, Kearney vs. Ozark, 2004, Class 4 Semifinal * 6, David Nurse, Kearney vs. Vashon, 2004, Class 4 Final 6, David Fouch, LaPlata vs. Wheatland, 2007, Class 1 3rd-place 6, Brandon McCann, Bowling Green vs. Charleston, 2007, Class 3 Semi Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 18, Brandon Klaus, DeSoto vs. Jefferson City, 1993, 4A Semifinal 17, Jason Ralston, Helias vs. Jennings, 1993, 3A Semifinal 16, Dax Fohey, Palmyra vs. Forsyth, 1991, 2A 3rd-place 16, Michael Jefferson, Westport vs. NMCC, 2002, 3A Semifinal *15, Chris Smith, Nevada vs. Festus, 1991, 3A Final 15, Eddie Blanton, Helias vs. St. Francis Borgia, 1994, 3A Semifinal 15, Cory Scamman, Rock Port vs. New Franklin, 1994, 1A 3rd 15, Robby Jones, New Bloomfield vs. Barstow, 1995, 1A Semifinal 15, Randy Valerio, Lincoln Acad. vs. Charleston, 2003, Class 3 3rd-place 3-Point FG Pct. (minimum 6 att.) (5-5), Matt Lawrence, Lafayette vs. Poplar Bluff, 2004, Class 4 Semi.857 (6-7), Steve Welsh, Willard vs. Troy, 1988, 3A 3rd-place.833 (5-6), Winai Estes, Scott Cent. vs New Bloomfield A Semi..833 (5-6), Kelly Kindall, Fordland vs. King City, 1999, 1A Semifinal.750 (6-8), Corey Pyle, Golden City vs. Bishop Hogan, 1997, 1A Semi.750 (6-8), Glennon Hayes, Nixa vs. Westport, 2002, 3A 3rd-place.750 (6-8), David Nurse, Kearney vs. Ozark, 2004, Class 4 Semifinal.750 (6-8), Brandon McCann, Bowling Green vs. Charleston, 2007, 3 Semi Free Throws 20, Lamont Frazier, Charleston vs. Berkeley, 1989, 3A Semifinal *20, Nathan Bilyeu, Ozark vs. Paseo Acad., 2003, Class 4 Final 19, Ed Stoll, Raytown South vs. Sumner, 1972, L Semifinal 15, Jevon Crudup, Raytown South vs. Vashon, 1990, 4A Semifinal 15, Bert Presley, Diamond vs. Monroe City, 1995, 2A 3rd-place 15, Jacob Akin, St. Elizabeth vs. Bell City, 2005, Class 2 3rd-place (2ot) 14, Michael Hill, Memorial (Joplin) vs. Charleston, 1977, 3A Final 14, Anthony Walters, Vashon vs. Lincoln Prep, 1985, 4A Semifinal 14 Anthony Peeler, Paseo vs. Troy Buchanan, 1986, 3A 3rd-place 14, Aric Thatch, Central (New Madrid Co.) vs Paseo, 1988, 3A Final 14, Tate Decker, Webster Groves vs. Truman, 1996, 4A Semifinal 14, Tyler Hansbrough, Poplar Bluff vs. Rockhurst, 2005, Class 5 Semifinal 14, Josh McCoy, Ft. Zumwalt South vs. Lindbergh, 2007, Class 5 3rd-pl. Free Throw Attempts 23, Jim Dinsdale, Maryville vs. Clarkton, 1959, M Semifinal *22, Nathan Bilyeu, Ozark vs. Paseo Acad., 2003, Class 4 Final 21, Lamont Frazier, Charleston vs. Berkeley, 1989, 3A Semifinal 20, Jacob Akin, St. Elizabeth vs. Bell City, 2005, Class 1 3rd-place (2ot) 19, Anthony Peeler, Paseo vs. Troy Buchanan, 1986, 3A 3rd-place 19, Bert Presley, Diamond vs. Monroe City, 1995, 2A 3rd-place 18, Willie Johnson, Lilbourn vs. Lillis (KC), 1978, 2A Semifinal 18, Quint Noland, Warrensburg vs. Marshfield, 1989, 3A Semifinal 18, Aric Thatch, Central (New Madrid Co.) vs. Paseo, 1988, 3A Final 18, Chris Motsinger, Stewartsville vs. Community, 2002, 1A 3rd-place 18, Tyler Hansbrough, Poplar Bluff vs. Rockhurst, 2005, Class 5 Semifinal 18, Josh McCoy, Ft. Zumwalt South vs. Lindbergh, 2007, Class 5 3rd-pl. Free Throw Pct. (minimum 9 att.) (15-15) Russell Conners, Paris vs. Warrensburg, 1967, M Semi (11-11) Ron Coleman, Jeff. City vs Central (KC) 1963, Class L Semi (10-10) Richie Walker, Advance vs. N. Harrison, 1972, S Semi (10-10) Deron Thomas, McCluer vs. St. Charles, 1976, Class 4A 3rd (10-10), Tom Leake, Clopton vs. Concordia, 1978, 1A 3rd-place *1.000 (10-10), Randy Hill, Licking vs. Hayti, 1983, Class 2A Final (10-10), Kevin Cheffey, Nixa vs. Pembroke, 1986, 2A Semifinal *1.000 (10-10), Steve Aldrich, Raytown S. vs DeSmet A Final (10-10) Chris Carrawell, Ritter vs. Pembroke, 1996, 2A Semi (9-9) P. Blaine, Sumner vs. Raytown South, 1972, L Semifinal (9-9), Marvin Turner, Smithton vs. Glasgow, 1974, 1A Semifinal (9-9), Gary Johnson, Memorial vs. McKinley, 1978, Class 2A Final (9-9), Troy Logsdon, Highland vs. Hartville, 1992, Class 2A 3rd-pl (9-9), Cory Bunyan, Eldon vs. Benton (St.J), 1992, 3A Semifinal (9-9), David Muncy, Lockwood vs. Rock Port, 1994, 1A Semifinal (9-9), Royce Moore, Nixa vs. Westport, 2002, Class 3A 3rd-place (9-9), Ryan Willen, Notre Dame (Cape) vs. Ruskin, 2007, 4 Final Rebounds *25, Otto Porter, Scott Co. Central vs. Glasgow, 1976, 1A Final 24, Edgar Wilson, Eskridge vs. Mansfield, 1985, 2A Semifinal 23, Lamont Frazier, Charleston vs. Marshfield, 1989, 3A Final 22, K. Ruble, South Iron vs. Jameson, 1963, S Semifinal 22, Ray Lavender, Lindbergh vs. Augustinian, 1966, L 3rd-place 22, Otto Porter, Scott Co. Central vs. Drexel, 1976, 1A Semifinal 21, Anthony Frazier, Greenwood vs. Marion C. Early, 1982, 1A Final 21, Will Bogan, Bell City vs. LaPlata, 2007, Class 1 Semifinal 20, Rusty Templemire, Smithton vs. Glasgow, 1974, 1A Semifinal 20, Johnny Parker, Central (St. Louis) vs. Raytown, 1974, 4A Semifinal 20, Antonio Bobo, Vashon vs. St. Charles West, 1994, 4A Semifinal 20, Derek Hood, Central (KC) vs. St. Charles West, 1994, 4A 3rd-place 20, Jacob Akin, St. Elizabeth vs. Bell City, 2005, Class 1 3rd-place (2ot) Assists 19, Ronnie Ressel, ND (Cape) vs. Monroe City, 1986, 2A Semifinal *17, Ronnie Ressel, ND (Cape) vs. Hartville, 1987, 2A Final 15, Travis Smith, Diamond vs. Monroe City, 1995, 2A 3rd-place 14, Ronnie Ressel, ND (Cape) vs. Lathrop, 1987, 2A Semifinal 13, Danny Dunkman, Webster Groves vs. Wm. Chrisman, 1969, L Semi 12, Michael Morris, Charleston vs. Warrensburg, 1983, 3A Final 12, Kyle Wolfe, New Haven vs. Bishop Hogan, 1997, 1A Final 11, Mark McIntosh, Raytown South vs. Raytown, 1975, 4A 3rd 11, Tom Holmes, Clearwater vs. Licking, 1976, 2A Semifinal 11, Scott Woepke, Kirkwood vs. Vashon, 1979, 4A 3rd-place 11, Herbie Dill, St. Francis Borgia vs. Marshall, 1993, 3A Semifinal Blocked Shots 11, Robert Liles, Fairfax vs. Clopton, 1989, 1A Semifinal *10, Doug Archer, Jefferson vs. Bell City, 2007, Class 1 Final 9, Darren Baldwin, North Callaway vs. Hollister, 1999, 2A Semifinal 9, Cody Stoneburner, North Shelby vs. St. Elizabeth, 2005, Class 1 Semi 8, Doug Blissett, Scott Co. Central vs. NE Nodaway, 1985, 1A Final 8, Cody Stoneburner, North Shelby vs. Jefferson, 2005, Class 1 Final 8, Colin Brown, Braymer vs. North Shelby, 2003, Class 1 Semifinal 7, Steve Stipanovich, DeSmet vs. William Chrisman, 1979, 4A Final 7, Fred Johnson, Wellsville-Mid. vs. Scott Co. Central, 1986, 1A Final 7, Anthony Peeler, Paseo vs. Logan-Rogersville, 1986, 3A Semifinal 7, Kevin Irving, Liberty (Mt. View) vs. Maplewood, 1988, 2A Semifinal 7, Nick Benson, Jennings vs. Nixa, 1999, 3A Semifinal 7, Paul Miller, Blair Oaks vs. Butler, 2001, 2A Final 7, Brandon Rush, Westport vs. Nixa, 2002, 3A 3rd-place 7, Kyle Elder, West Platte vs. Clever, 2008, Class 2 3rd-place Steals 8, Leonard Johnson, Kirkwood vs. Vashon, 1979, 4A 3rd-place 8, Pat Walter, Jefferson vs. Springfield-Catholic, 1984, 1A Semifinal * 8, Anthony Rodebush, Van Buren vs. New Bloomfield, 1992, 1A Final 8, Austin Segers, Bell City vs. LaPlata, 2007, Class 1 Semifinal 7, Richard Hamilton, Central (St.L) vs. Kirkwood, 1978, 4A 3rd-place 7, Bill Roundtree, Wellsville-Mid. vs. Willow Springs, 1980, 2A 3rd-place 7, Dennis Thomas, Hayti vs. Palmyra, 1983, 2A Semifinal 7, Brian Schmitz, Northeast Nodaway vs. Lincoln, 1985, 1A Semifinal 7, Terry Blissett, Scott Co. Central vs. Wellsville-Mid., 1986, 1A Final 7, Steve Stulue, Hazelwood Central vs. Beaumont, 1987, 4A 3rd 7, Anthony Walters, Vashon vs. Lincoln Prep, 1985, 4A Semifinal 7, Mark Mosley, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1991, 1A Semi 7, Brad Farrar, Greenwood vs. Wellington-Napoleon, 1991, 1A Semi 7, Chris Jones, Greenwood vs. Wellington-Napoleon, 1991, 1A Semi 7, Shawn Guerin, Chadwick vs. Golden City, 1997, 1A 3rd-place 7, Brett Robertson, Billings vs. Jefferson, 2000, 1A, Final 7, Scott Ratliff, North Shelby vs. Jefferson, 2005, Class 1 Final (*) indicates Championship game record Two-Game Records Scoring 83, Chris Smith, Nevada, 1991, Class 3A 82, Jim Krebs, Webster Groves, 1953, Class A 75, Kent Russell, Nixa, 1978, Class 2A 71, Marcus Walker, O'Hara, 2005, Class 4 70, Marty Hardin, Hallsville, 1981, Class 2A 68, Joe Todd, Morehouse, 1953, Class B 68, Dave Brent, Sumner, 1969, Class L 67, Otto Porter, Scott Co. Central, 1976, Class 1A 67, Anthony Timmons, Scott Co. Central, 1983, Class 1A 67, Jarriot Rook, Troy Buchanan, 1999, Class 4A 66, Ricky Frazier, Charleston, 1977, Class 3A 65, Bruce Tipton, Vashon, 1979, Class 4A 65, Chris Heller, Rockhurst, 1989, Class 4A 65, Bert Presley, Diamond, 1995, Class 2A 64, Ray Pugh, Malden, 1985, Class 3A 63, Ben Kandlbinder, St. Francis Borgia, 1994, Class 3A 62, Ronald Tyler, Palmyra, 1973, Class M 62, Dominitrix Johnson, Bell City, 2004, Class 1 61, Bill Bradley, Crystal City, 1961, Class L 61, Gary "Cat" Johnson, Memorial (Joplin), 1978, Class 3A 60, Joe Kleine, Slater, 1980, Class 2A 60, Tyler Hansbrough, Poplar Bluff, 2005, Class 5 59, John Brown, Dixon, 1969, Class M 59, Henry Detherow, Ozark, 1984, Class 3A 59, Tim Scheer, New Haven, 1997, Class 1A Total Field Goals 32, Kent Russell, Nixa, 1978, Class 2A 31, Marty Hardin, Hallsville, 1981, Class 2A 29, Otto Porter, Scott Co. Central, 1976, Class 1A 64 MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

12 Show-Me Showdown All-Time Boys Individual Records (all games) 29, Ricky Frazier, Charleston, 1977, Class 3A 28, Dave Brent, Sumner, 1969, Class L 28, Ray Pugh, Malden, 1985, Class 3A 28, Jarriot Rook, Troy Buchanan, 1999, Class 4A 27, Bruce Tipton, Vashon, 1979, Class 4A 26, Darrin Hall, Palmyra, 1983, Class 2A 26, James Wynn, Hartville, 1987, Class 2A Field Goal Attempts 65, Bruce Tipton, Vashon, 1979, Class 4A 60, Otto Porter, Scott Co. Central, 1976, Class 1A 58, David Combs, Bradleyville, 1968, Class S 53, Lawrence Butler, Glasgow, 1974, Class 1A 53, Frankie Robinson, Lilbourn, 1974, Class 2A 53, Chris Smith, Nevada, 1991, Class 3A 53, Marcus Walker, O'Hara, 2005, Class 4 52, Tony Wallace, Holt (Wentzville), 1979, Class 3A 51, Anthony Frazier, Greenwood, 1982, Class 1A Field Goal Pct. (minimum 15 att.).875 (14-16), Jason Brookins, Mexico, 1995, Class 3A.875 (14-16), Curtis Muse, Vashon, 2004, Class (13-15), Stuart Frizzell, Chillicothe, 1981, Class 3A.867 (13-15), Anthony Hillyard, North Andrew, 2004, Class (17-20), Dan Dohogne, Notre Dame (Cape Gir.), 1987, Class 2A.842 (16-19), Russ Morman, William Chrisman, 1979, Class 4A.818 (18-22), Felix Jerman, Manual (KC), 1971, Class M.813 (13-16), Evan Pedersen, Parkway West, 1986, Class 4A.810 (17-21), Dan Dohogne, Notre Dame (Cape Gir.), 1986, Class 2A.810 (17-21), Jake Byrne, Elsberry, 2002, Class 2A.800 (12-15), Travis Backes, Blair Oaks, 2001, Class 2A.784 (29-37), Ricky Frazier, Charleston, 1977, Class 3A Three-Point Field Goals 12, Chris Smith, Nevada, 1991, Class 3A 12, Brandon Klaus, DeSoto, 1993, Class 4A 12, Scott Stone, MICDS, 2002, Class 3A 12, David Nurse, Kearney, 2004, Class 4 11, Kelly Kindall, Fordland, 1999, Class 1A 10, Jason Ralston, Helias, 1993, Class 3A 10, Ryan Robertson, Fatima, 1996, Class 2A 9, Jeffrey McCaw, Eskridge, 1988, Class 2A 9, Steve Welsh, Willard, 1988, Class 3A 9, Lance Hannah, Marshfield, 1989, Class 3A 9, Stacy Nolen, Poplar Bluff, 1993, Class 4A 9, Robby Jones, New Bloomfield, 1995, Class 1A 9, Steve Ray, Mount Vernon, 1995, Class 3A 9, Joe Rothweiler, Hannibal, 2001, Class 4A 9, Justin Henderson, Lincoln Prep, 2008, Class 4 Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 28, Chris Smith, Nevada, 1991, Class 3A 26, Jason Ralston, Helias, 1993, Class 3A 24, Cory Scamman, Rock Port, 1994, Class 1A 24, Robby Jones, New Bloomfield, 1995, Class 1A 24, Scott Stone, MICDS, 2002, Class 3A 24, Bub Hardy, North Shelby, 2003, Class 1 23, David Fouch, LaPlata, 2007, Class 1 23, Jay Lee, Glasgow, 2008, Class 1 22, Austin Rolf, Santa Fe, 2002, Class 1A 22, Michael Jefferson, Westport, 2002, Class 3A 21, Daz Fohey, Palmyra, 1991, Class 2A 21, Leondra Davis, Marshall, 1993, Class 3A 21, Shaun Cole, Richland (Essex), 1996, Class 1A 21, Tomas Brock, Mount Vernon, 2006, Class 3 21, Conner Teahan, Rockhurst, 2006, Class 5 3-Point FG Pct. (minimum 10 att.).750 (9-12), Steve Welsh, Willard, 1988, Class 3A.700 (7-10), Matt Lawrence, Lafayette (Wildwood), 2004, Class (11-16), Kelly Kindall, Fordland, 1999, Class 1A.667 (8-12), Herbie Dill, St. Francis Borgia, 1993, Class 3A.636 (7-11), Larico Coleman, Charleston, 1996, Class 3A.636 (7-11), Ben Hansbrough, Poplar Bluff, 2003, Class (7-11), Jesse Buntin, Braymer, 2003, Class (12-19), David Nurse, Kearney, 2004, Class (12-20), Brandon Klaus, DeSoto, 1993, Class 4A.600 (9-15), Jeffrey McCaw, Eskridge, 1988, Class 2A.600 (9-15), Lance Hannah, Marshfield, 1989, Class 3A.600 (6-10), Adam Henry, Jefferson, 2007, Class 1 Free Throws 27, John Brown, Dixon, 1969, Class M 26, Nathan Bilyeu, Ozark, 2003, Class 4 25, Tyler Hansbrough, Poplar Bluff, 2005, Class 5 23, Anthony Peeler, Paseo, 1988, Class 3A 23, Chris Heller, Rockhurst, 1989, Class 4A 23, Chris Smith, Nevada, 1991, Class 3A 21, Larry Hughes, Christian Brothers, 1997, Class 4A 21, Justin Kensinger, Fordland, 1998, Class 1A 21, Chris Motsinger, Stewartsville, 2002, Class 1A 21, Jacob Akin, St. Elizabeth, 2005, Class 1 21, Marcus Walker, O'Hara, 2005, Class 4 Tim Scheer's 45 points in the 1997 Class 1A finals ranks as the third-best boys championship game scoring effort ever in Missouri. Perhaps even more impressive is the fact that Scheer was a sophomore at the time. (Washington Missourian) Free Throw Attempts 33, Chris Smith, Nevada, 1991, Class 3A 32, John Brown, Dixon, 1969, Class M 32, Marcus Walker, O'Hara, 2005, Class 4 30, Chris Heller, Rockhurst, 1989, Class 4A 30, Tyler Hansbrough, Poplar Bluff, 2005, Class 5 29, Bert Presley, Diamond, 1995, Class 2A 29, Chris Motsinger, Stewartsville, 2002, Class 1A 29, Nathan Bilyeu, Ozark, 2003, Class 4 28, Anthony Peeler, Paseo, 1988, Class 3A 28, Ben Roberts, Forsyth, 2000, Class 2A 28, Jacob Akin, St. Elizabeth, 2005, Class 1 Free Throw Pct. (minimum 12 att.) (16-16), Randy Hill, Licking, 1983, Class 2A (15-15), Russell Conners, Paris, 1967, Class M (14-14), Brett Robertson, Billings, 2000, Class 1A (12-12), Deron Thomas, McCluer, 1976, Class 4A (12-12), Neil Surber, Chillicothe, 1981, Class 3A.944 (17-18), LaRico Martin, Lutheran North, 2005, Class (16-17), Timothy Eckman, Thayer, 2003, Class (15-16), Gary Eickhorst, St. James, 1975, Class 2A.933 (14-15), Royce Moore, Nixa, 2002, Class 3A.929 (13-14), Chris Carrawell, Cardinal Ritter, 1996, Class 2A Rebounds 47, Otto Porter, Scott Co. Central, 1976, Class 1A 38, Terry Blanks, Paseo, 1973, Class L 38, Edgar Wilson, Eskridge, 1985, Class 2A 36, Rusty Templemire, Smithton, 1974, Class 1A 35, Anthony Frazier, Greenwood, 1982, Class 1A 35, Tyler Hansbrough, Poplar Bluff, 2005, Class 5 35, Will Bogan, Bell City, 2007, Class 1 34, Johnny Parker, Central (St. Louis), 1974, Class 4A 34, Lamont Frazier, Charleston, 1989, Class 3A 33, Doug Ommen, Center (Kansas City), 1976, Class 4A 33, Brian Talbert, Warrensburg, 1989, Class 3A 33, Loren Woods, Cardinal Ritter, 1995, Class 2A 33, Matt Rueter, Fulton, 1996, Class 3A Assists 31, Ronnie Ressel, Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau), 1987, Class 2A 27, Ronnie Ressel, Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau), 1986, Class 2A 20, Mark McIntosh, Raytown South, 1975, Class 4A 19, Michael Morris, Charleston, 1983, Class 3A 19, Travis Smith, Diamond, 1995, Class 2A 18, Jeffrey McCaw, Eskridge, 1988, Class 2A 18, Dion Nunnelly, Mexico, 1994, Class 3A 18, Kyle Wolfe, New Haven, 1997, Class 1A 17, Chris Harding, Nixa, 1979, Class 2A 17, Terry Bell, Scott Co. Central, 1987, Class 1A 17, Herbie Dill, St. Francis Borgia, 1993, Class 3A Blocked Shots 17, Cody Stoneburner, North Shelby, 2005, Class 1 16, Robert Liles, Fairfax, 1989, Class 1A 14, Darren Baldwin, North Callaway, 1999, Class 2A 12, Kevin Irving, Liberty (Mountain View), 1988, Class 2A 12, Kevin Archer, Jefferson, 2001, Class 1A 12, Brandon Rush, Westport, 2002, Class 3A 12, Doug Archer, Jefferson, 2007, Class 1 11, Justin Davis, Smithton, 1987, Class 1A 11, Monte Hardge, Jefferson City, 1993, Class 4A 11, Cookie Belcher, Mexico, 1994, Class 3A 11, Josh Wilmes, Maryville, 2004, Class 3 Steals 12, Bill Roundtree, Wellsville-Middletown, 1980, Class 2A 12, Chris Jones, Greenwood, 1991, Class 1A 12, Brett Robertson, Billings, 2000, Class 1A 11, Richard Hamilton, Central (St. Louis), 1978, Class 4A 11, Gary Gross, Bell City, 1981, Class 1A 11, Mark Mosley, Scott Co. Central, 1991, Class 1A 11, Billy Noel, Portageville, 1992, Class 2A 11, Joel Shelton, Vashon, 2000, Class 4A Four-Game Playoff Records Scoring+ 143 Otto Porter, Scott Co. Central, 1976, Class 1A 138 Chris Smith, Nevada, 1991, Class 3A 136 Joe Kleine, Slater, 1980, Class 2A 132 Marcus Walker, O'Hara, 2005, Class Kent Russell, Nixa, 1978, Class 2A 130 Gary Johnson, Memorial (Joplin), 1978, Class 3A 129 Joe Todd, Morehouse, 1953, Class B 127 Bill Bradley, Crystal City, 1962, Class L 127 Ronnie Tyler, Palmyra, 1973, Class M 127 Bert Presley, Diamond, 1995, Class 2A 126 John Brown, Dixon, 1969, Class M 125 Jim Krebs, Webster Groves, 1953, Class A 125 Andy Benson, Alton, 1990, Class 2A 124 Marty Hardin, Hallsville, 1981, Class 2A 124 Chris Heller, Rockhurst, 1989, Class 4A 123 Terry Dawson, Bernie, 1989, Class 2A 120 Ron Coleman, Jefferson City, 1963, Class L 120 Ray Pugh, Malden, 1985, Class 3A 120 Chris Motsinger, Stewartsville, 2002, Class 1A 119 Lawrence Butler, Glasgow, 1975, Class 1A 119 Rickey Frazier, Charleston, 1977, Class 3A 119 Anthony Timmons, Scott Co. Central, 1983, Class 1A 119 James Wynn, Hartville, 1987, Class 2A 119 Tim Scheer, New Haven, 1997, Class 1A (+) Does not include Regional games for old Class 1A playoff format. MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

13 Show-Me Showdown All-Time Boys Team Records (all games) Single-Game Records Scoring 102, St. Francis Borgia vs. Marshall, 1993, 3A Semifinal 100, Scott Co. Central vs. Pattonsburg, 1990, 1A Semifinal 99, Webster Groves vs. Marshall, 1953, A 3rd-place 99, Mexico vs. St. Francis Borgia, 1995, 3A Semifinal * 97, Memorial (Joplin) vs. McKinley, 1978, 3A Final 95, Nixa vs. Lilbourn, 1978, 2A Final 94, Bishop LeBlond vs. St. James, 1975, 2A 3rd-place 94, Scott Co. Central vs. Slater, 1980, 2A Final 92, Scott Co. Central vs. Harrisburg, 1979, 1A Semifinal 92, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1991, 1A Semifinal 92, St. Elizabeth vs. Bell City, 2005, Class 1 3rd-place (2ot) 91, Scott Co. Central vs. Drexel, 1976, 1A Semifinal 91, Bell City vs. St. Elizabeth, 2005, Class 1 3rd-place (2ot) 90, Cardinal Ritter vs. Monroe City, 1995, 2A Semifinal Scoring, Half 56 (2), Greenwood vs. Wellington-Napoleon, 1991, 1A Semifinal 55 (2), Mexico vs. St. Francis Borgia, 1995, 3A Semifinal *54 (2), Nixa vs. Lilbourn, 1978, 2A Final 53 (1), St. Francis Borgia vs. Marshall, 1993, 3A Semifinal 52 (2), Vashon vs. DeSmet, 2002, 4A Final 51 (1), Memorial (Joplin) vs. McKinley, 1978, 3A Final 51 (1), Scott Co. Central vs. Wellsville-Middletown, A Semifinal 51 (2), Scott Co. Central vs. King City, 1987, 1A Semifinal 51 (2), Troy Buchanan vs. Central (Kansas City), 1999, 4A 3rd-place 51 (2), Mountain Grove vs. Charleston, 2004, Class 3 3rd-place 51 (2), O'Hara vs. Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau), 2005, Class 4 Semifinal Scoring, Quarter *37 (4), Riverview Gardens vs. Raytown South, 1992, 4A Final 34 (4), Jefferson City vs. DeSoto, 1993, 4A Semifinal 34 (4), O'Hara vs. Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau), 2005, Class 4 Semifinal 32 (4), Licking vs. St. Pius X (KC), 1989, 2A Semifinal 32 (2), Scott Co. Central vs. Pattonsburg, 1990, 1A Semifinal 32 (4), Jennings vs. St. Francis Borgia, 1993, 3A Final 32 (4), Green City vs. Scott Co. Central, 1993, 1A Final 31 (4), Northeast Nodaway vs. Lockwood, 1986, 1A 3rd-place 31 (3), Vashon vs. DeSmet, 2002, 4A Final Total Field Goals 46, Manual (Kansas City) vs. Palmyra, 1973, M Semifinal 44, Scott Co. Central vs. Pattonsburg, 1990, 1A Semifinal 43, Scott Co. Central vs. King City, 1987, 1A Semifinal 42, Scott Co. Central vs. Harrisburg, 1979, 1A Semifinal 42, Scott Co. Central vs. Wellsville-Middletown, 1980, 2A Semifinal 41, Scott Co. Central vs. Drexel, 1976, 1A Semifinal 41, Mexico vs. St. Francis Borgia, 1995, 3A Semifinal *39, Lilbourn vs. Logan-Rogersville, 1975, 2A Final *39, Memorial (Joplin) vs. McKinley, 1978, 3A Final 39, Scott Co. Central vs. Slater, 1980, 2A Semifinal 39, Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau) vs. Lathrop, 1987, 2A Semifinal 39, Scott Co. Central vs. Harrisburg, 1988, 1A Semifinal Field Goal Attempts *105, Memorial (Joplin) vs. Lafayette (St. Joseph), 1976, 3A Final 94, Lilbourn vs. Logan-Rogersville, 1975, 2A Final 90, Scott Co. Central vs. Pattonsburg, 1990, 1A Semifinal 88, Scott Co. Central vs. Drexel, 1976, 1A Semifinal 86, Mound City vs. Westran, 1973, S 3rd-place 85, Scott Co. Central vs. Tarkio, 1993, 1A Semifinal 84, Memorial (Joplin) vs. McKinley (St. Louis), 1978, 3A Final 83, Memorial (Joplin) vs. Central (Park Hills), 1976, 3A Semifinal 82, Scott Co. Central vs. Wellsville-Middletown, 1980, 2A Semifinal 81, Holt (Wentzville) vs. Aurora, 1979, 3A 3rd-place 80, Vashon vs. Central (Kansas City), 1977, 4A Semifinal Field Goal Percentage.702 (33-47), Manual (Kansas City) vs. Mt. Vernon, 1971, M Semifinal.696 (32-46), Vashon vs. Eureka, 2001, 4A Semifinal *.683 (28-41), St. George (Hermann) vs. Skyline, 1969, Class S, Final.673 (37-55), Malta Bend vs. Pattonsburg, 1990, 1A 3rd-place.673 (33-49), Ozark vs. Sikeston, 2006, Class 4, Semifinal.661 (41-62), Mexico vs. St. Francis Borgia, 1995, 3A Semifinal.660 (31-47), New Haven vs. Bishop Hogan, 1997, 1A Final.658 (25-38), Palmyra vs. Portageville, 1998, 2A Semifinal.652 (43-66), Scott Co. Central vs. King City, 1987, 1A Semifinal.649 (24-37), Fordland vs. King City, 1999, 1A Semifinal Three-Point Field Goals 15, LaPlata vs. Wheatland, 2007, Class 1 3rd-place 14, West Plains vs. DeSmet, 1996, 4A Semifinal 13, DeSoto vs. Jefferson City, 1993, 4A Semifinal *13, Vashon vs. DeSmet, 2002, 4A Final 12, Maryville vs. Mexico, 1995, 3A Final 12, Rockhurst vs. Poplar Bluff, 2005, Class 5 Semifinal 11, Jennings vs. St. Francis Borgia, 1993, 3A Final 11, Barstow vs. New Bloomfield, 1995, 1A Semifinal 11, Fordland vs. New Haven, 1999, 1A Final 11, Lincoln Academy vs. Charleston, 2003, Class 3 3rd-place Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 41, LaPlata vs. Wheatland, 2007, Class 1 3rd-place 35, DeSoto vs. Jefferson City, 1993, 4A Semifinal *35, Maryville vs. Mexico, 1995, 3A Final 33, West Plains vs. DeSmet, 1996, 4A Semifinal 32, Lincoln Academy vs. Charleston, 2003, Class 3 3rd-place 31, Westport vs. Central (New Madrid Co.), 2002, 3A Semifinal 31, Spokane vs. Pembroke Hill, Class 3 Semifinal 30, LaPlata vs. Bell City, 2007, Class 1 Semifinal 29, Rockhurst vs. Poplar Bluff, 2005, Class 5 Semifinal 28, Palmyra vs. Forsyth, 1991, 2A 3rd-place 28, Marshall vs. St. Francis Borgia, 1993, 3A Semifinal 28, New Bloomfield vs. Barstow, 1995, 1A Semifinal 28, Liberty vs. DeSmet, 2002, 4A Semifinal 3-Point FG Pct. (minimum 9 att.).778 (7-9), Palmyra vs. Portageville, 1998, 2A Semifinal.778 (7-9), Lafayette (Wildwood) vs. Poplar Bluff, 2004, Class 5 Semifinal.643 (9-14), Willard vs. Westminster Christian, 2005, Class 4 Semifinal.625 (10-16), St. Francis Borgia vs. Marshall, 1993, 3A Semifinal *.625 (10-16), Blair Oaks vs. Butler, 2001, 2A Final.615 (8-13), Hannibal vs. Eureka, 2001, 4A 3rd-place.600 (6-10), Vashon vs. Eureka, 2001, 4A Semifinal.600 (6-10), Blue Springs vs. Jefferson City, 2004, Class 5 Semifinal.571 (8-14), Nevada vs. Mexico, 1991, 3A Semifinal.571 (8-14), Benton (St. Joseph) vs. Troy Buchanan, 1992, 3A 3rd-place Free Throws 43, Vashon vs. Lincoln Prep Academy, 1985, 4A Semifinal 43, North Harrison vs. Harrisburg, 1988, 1A 3rd-place 37, Raytown South vs. Sumner, 1972, L Semifinal *33, Fordland vs. Bishop Hogan, 1998, 1A Final 32, Central (Kansas City) vs. Troy Buchanan, 1999, 4A 3rd-place 32, St. Elizabeth vs. Bell City, 2005, Class 1 3rd-place (2ot) 31, Poplar Bluff vs. Rockhurst, 2005, Class 5 Semifinal 31, Sikeston vs. Ozark, 2006, Class 4 Semifinal 30, Memorial (Joplin) vs. Charleston, 1977, 3A Final 30, Ozark vs. Paseo Academy, 2003, Class 4 Final 30, Jefferson vs. Bell City, 2006, Class 1 Final 30, Fort Zumwalt South vs. Lindbergh, 2007, Class 5, 3rd-place Free Throw Attempts 66, Vashon vs. Lincoln Prep Academy, 1985, 4A Semifinal 64, North Harrison vs. Harrisburg, 1988, 1A 3rd-place 52, Northeast Nodaway vs. North Harrison, 1972, S 3rd-place 51, Hillcrest vs. Beaumont, 1984, 4A Semifinal 47, Central (Kansas City) vs. Troy Buchanan, 1999, 4A 3rd-place 46, New Bloomfield vs. North Harrison, 1992, 1A Semifinal 45, St. Elizabeth vs. Bell City, 2005, Class 1 3rd-place (2ot) 43, Rockhurst vs. Glendale, 1986, 4A Semifinal 43, Bell City vs. Jefferson, 2006, Class 1 Final 43, Eskridge vs. Harrisburg, 2007, Class 2 Semifinal *41, Central (New Madrid Co.) vs. Paseo, 1988, 3A Final Free Throw Pct. (minimum 10 att.) *1.000 (10-10), West Plains vs. Webster Groves, 1996, 4A Final.944 (17-18), Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) vs. Ruskin, 2007, Class 4 Final.938 (15-16), Northeast Nodaway vs. Lockwood, 1986, 1A 3rd-place.931 (27-29), Marionville vs. Bishop LeBlond, 2002, 2A 3rd-place.929 (13-14), St. Pius X (Kansas City) vs. Bayless, 1974, 3A Semifinal.929 (13-14), Clopton vs. Northeast Nodaway, 1983, 1A Semifinal.923 (24-26), Nixa vs. Pembroke Hill, 1986, 2A Semifinal.923 (12-13), Brunswick vs. Weaubleau, 2000, 1A, 3rd-place.923 (12-13), DeSoto vs. Ozark, 2003, Class 4 Semifinal.917 (11-12), Advance vs. Smithton, 1974, 1A 3rd-place.917 (11-12), East Carter vs. Thayer, 2003, Class 2 Semifinal Rebounds 68, Scott Co. Central vs. Drexel, 1976, 1A Semifinal 63, Lindbergh vs. Augustinian Acad. (St. Louis), 1966, L 3rd-place 63, Maplewood-Richmond Hts. vs. Liberty (Mt. View), 1988, 2A Semi *61, Scott Co. Central vs. Walnut Grove, 1988, 1A Final 60, Scott Co. Central vs. Green City, 1993, 1A Final 59, Lafayette (St. Joseph) vs. Memorial (Joplin), 1976, 3A Final 59, Scott Co. Central vs. Pattonsburg, 1990, 1A Semifinal 58, Vashon vs. Central (Kansas City), 1977, 4A Semifinal 58, Scott Co. Central vs. Tarkio, 1993, 1A Semifinal 57, Memorial (Joplin) vs. Lafayette (St. Joseph), 1976, 3A Final 56, Cardinal Ritter vs. Monroe City, 1995, 2A Semifinal 55, Lilbourn vs. Bishop LeBlond, 1975, 2A Semifinal 55, Warrensburg vs. Berkeley, 1989, 3A 3rd-place Assists 28, Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau) vs. Monroe City, 1986, 2A Semifinal *27, Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau) vs. Hartville, 1987, 2A Final 26, Bishop LeBlond vs. St. James, 1975, 2A 3rd-place 26, Northeast Nodaway vs. Lockwood, 1986, 1A 3rd-place 24, Webster Groves vs. William Chrisman, 1969, L Semifinal 24, Greenfield vs. Advance, 1974, 1A Semifinal 24, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1991, 1A Semifinal 24, Hartville vs. Portageville, 1998, 2A 3rd-place 23, Lafayette (St. Joseph) vs. Rock Bridge, 1975, 3A Semifinal 23, McCluer vs. Raytown South, 1975, 4A Semifinal 23, Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau) vs. Lathrop, 1987, 2A Semifinal Blocked Shots 14, Fairfax vs. Clopton, 1989, 1A Semifinal 11, Soldan vs. Willow Springs, 1990, 3A Semifinal 11, North Callaway vs. Hollister, 1999, 2A Semifinal 11, Westport vs. Nixa, 2002, 3A 3rd-place 10, Eugene vs. Hartville, 1992, 2A Semifinal *10, Blair Oaks vs. Butler, 2001, 2A Final *10, Jefferson vs. Bell City, 2007, Class 1 Final 9, Fairfax vs. Greenfield, 1989, 1A 3rd-place 9, Osage vs. Festus, 1991, 3A Semifinal 9, Marshall vs. St. Francis Borgia, 1993, 3A Semifinal 9, Cole Camp vs. Fatima, 1994, 2A Semifinal 9, Cardinal Ritter vs. Skyline, 1995, 2A Final 9, Cardinal Ritter vs. Hollister, 1996, 2A Final 9, Jennings vs. Nixa, 1999, 3A Semifinal 9, Braymer vs. North Shelby, 2003, Class 1 Semifinal 9, Vashon vs. Dexter, 2004, Class 4 Semifinal 9, Maryville vs. Mountain Grove, 2004, Class 3 Semifinal 9, North Shelby vs. St. Elizabeth, 2005, Class 1 Semifinal 9, North Shelby vs. Jefferson, 2005, Class 1 Final Steals *27, Portageville vs. Eugene, 1992, 2A Final 25, Scott Co. Central vs. Pattonsburg, 1990, 1A Semifinal 24, Greenwood vs. Wellington-Napoleon, 1991, 1A Semifinal 22, Jefferson vs. Wheatland, 2007, Class 1 Semifinal 20, Vashon vs. Lincoln Prep Academy, 1985, 4A Semifinal 20, Hazelwood Central vs. Beaumont, 1987, 4A 3rd-place 20, Portageville vs. Brookfield, 1993, 2A Final 20, Eskridge vs. Mansfield, 2007, Class 2 Final 19, Portageville vs. Skyline, 1993, 2A Semifinal 19, Bell City vs. LaPlata, 2007, Class 1 Semifinal Margin of Victory 58, Scott Co. Central (100) vs. Pattonsburg (42), 1990, 1A Semifinal *55, Vashon (82) vs. DeSmet (27), 2002, 4A Final 49, Vashon (79), Dexter (30), 2004, Class 4 Semifinal 48, Puxico (85) vs. Shelbyville (37), 1952, Class B Final 46, Scott Co. Central (89) vs. King City (43), 1987, 1A Semifinal 43, Scott Co. Central (92) vs. New Bloomfield (49), 1991, 1A Semifinal 43, Scott Co. Central (91) vs. Drexel (48), 1976, 1A Semifinal 42, Scott Co. Central (94) vs. Slater (52), 1980, 2A Final 40, Malden (89) vs. Waynesville (49), 1985, 3A Semifinal 39, Nixa (95) vs. Lilbourn (56), 1978, 2A Final 39, Scott Co. Central (72) vs. Greenfield (33), 1989, 1A Semifinal (*) indicates Championship game record Two-Game Records Scoring 186, Mexico, 1995, Class 3A 180, Scott Co. Central, 1980, Class 2A 177, Malden, 1985, Class 3A 176, St. Francis Borgia, 1993, Class 3A 174, Scott Co. Central, 1987, Class 1A 173, Scott Co. Central, 1976, Class 1A 171, Scott Co. Central, 1990, Class 1A 169, Bishop LeBlond, 1975, Class 2A 169, St. Francis Borgia, 1994, Class 3A 168, Lilbourn, 1975, Class 2A 167, Memorial (Joplin), 1976, Class 3A 167, Scott Co. Central, 1979, Class 1A 165, Scott Co. Central, 1988, Class 1A 165, Charleston, 2004, Class 3 165, O'Hara, 2005, Class 4 Total Field Goals 81, Scott Co. Central, 1980, Class 2A 78, Scott Co. Central, 1987, Class 1A 73, Scott Co. Central, 1990, Class 1A 70, Manual (Kansas City), 1973, Class 3A 70, Memorial (Joplin), 1976, Class 3A 70, Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau), 1987, Class 2A 70, Mexico, 1995, Class 3A 69, Scott Co. Central, 1976, Class 1A 69, Scott Co. Central, 1979, Class 1A 67, Lilbourn, 1975, Class 2A 67, Charleston, 1977, Class 3A 67, Malden, 1985, Class 3A Field Goal Attempts 188, Memorial (Joplin), 1976, Class 3A 172, Lilbourn, 1975, Class 2A 156, Vashon, 1977, Class 4A 156, Scott Co. Central, 1993, Class 1A 151, Scott Co. Central, 1980, Class 2A 151, Scott Co. Central, 1990, Class 1A 150, Sumner, 1972, Class L 150, Scott Co. Central, 1976, Class 1A 148, Vashon, 1979, Class 4A 144, Holt (Wentzville), 1979, Class 3A Field Goal Percentage.634 (59-93), New Haven, 1997, Class 1A.625 (70-112), Mexico, 1995, Class 3A.614 (51-83), Manual (Kansas City), 1971, Class M.603 (44-73), Hickman Mills, 1980, Class 4A.593 (54-91), Vashon, 1983, Class 4A 66 MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

14 Show-Me Showdown All-Time Boys Team Records (all games).583 (70-120), Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau), 1987, Class 2A.578 (78-135), Scott Co. Central, 1987, Class 1A.578 (37-64), St. Louis Univ. High, 1982, Class 4A.570 (53-93), Ozark, 2006, Class 4 Three-Point Field Goals 21, Vashon, 2002, Class 4A 21, LaPlata, 2007, Class 1 19, DeSoto, 1993, Class 4A 19, Willard, 2005, Class 4 18, Helias, 1993, Class 3A 18, West Plains, 1996, Class 4A 18, Fatima, 1996, Class 2A 18, Westport, 2002, Class 3A 18, Rockhurst, 2005, Class 5 17, St. Francis Borgia, 1993, Class 3A 17, St. Francis Borgia, 1994, Class 3A 17, Barstow, 1995, Class 1A Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 71, LaPlata, 2007, Class 1 52, Rockhurst, 2005, Class 5 51, Maryville, 1995, Class 3A 51, Westport, 2002, Class 3A 49, Rock Port, 1994, Class 1A 49, New Bloomfield, 1995, Class 1A 48, Helias, 1993, Class 3A 48, DeSoto, 1993, Class 4A 48, West Plains, 1996, Class 4A 48, Rockhurst, 2007, Class 5 3-Point FG Pct. (minimum 10 att.).583 (14-24), Webster Groves, 2008, Class (11-20), Mexico, 1995, Class 3A.533 (16-30), Kearney, 2004, Class (8-15), Marionville, 2006, Class (9-17), Marshfield, 1989, Class 3A.528 (19-36), Willard, 2005, Class (10-19), Poplar Bluff, 2005, Class (17-34), St. Francis Borgia, 1993, Class 3A.500 (6-12), New Haven, 1997, Class 1A.500 (5-10), Fordland, 1998, Class 1A Free Throws 61, Vashon, 1985, Class 4A 58, Carthage, 1972, Class L 54, Hillcrest, 1984, Class 4A 53, Ozark, 2003, Class 4 53, Poplar Bluff, 2005, Class 5 51, DeSmet, 1996, Class 4A 50, North Harrison, 1988, Class 1A 49, Fordland, 1998, Class 1A 48, St. Elizabeth, 2005, Class 1 44, Hartville, 1992, Class 2A 44, St. James, 1975, Class 2A 44, Central (New Madrid Co.), 1988, Class 3A 44, Rockhurst, 1989, Class 4A 44, Raytown South, 1990, Class 4A Free Throw Attempts 94, Vashon, 1985, Class 4A 82, Northeast Nodaway, 1972, Class S 76, North Harrison, 1988, Class 1A 75, DeSmet, 1996, Class 4A 72, New Bloomfield, 1992, Class 1A 71, Hillcrest, 1984, Class 4A 70, Poplar Bluff, 2005, Class 5 69, Central (New Madrid Co.), 1988, Class 3A 68, Eskridge, 2007, Class 2 66, St. Elizabeth, 2005, Class 1 Free Throw Pct. (minimum 25 att.).903 (28-31), Thayer, 2003, Class (23-26), St. Pius X (Kansas City), 1974, Class 3A.883 (53-60), Ozark, 2003, Class (35-40), Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau), 2007, Class (44-52), St. James, 1975, Class 2A.841 (53-63), Raytown South, 1972, Class L.839 (26-31), Northeast Nodaway, 1986, Class 1A.833 (35-42), Sikeston, 2006, Class (49-59), Fordland, 1998, Class 1A.830 (44-53), Hartville, 1992, Class 2A Rebounds 118, Scott Co. Central, 1993, Class 1A 115, Scott Co. Central, 1976, Class 1A 111, Vashon, 1977, Class 4A 109, Scott Co. Central, 1988, Class 1A 108, Memorial (Joplin), 1976, Class 3A 107, Scott Co. Central, 1990, Class 1A 105, Lilbourn, 1975, Class 2A 103, Maplewood-Richmond Hts., 1988, Class 2A 102, Lindbergh, 1966, Class L 100, Lafayette (St. Joseph), 1976, Class 3A 98, Eskridge, 1988, Class 2A 98, Festus, 1991, Class 3A Scott County Central's Melvin Porter helped lead the Braves to titles in 1979 and Coach Ronnie Cookson's squads won 12 titles in 18 years from (MSHSAA archives). 95, Malden, 1985, Class 3A 95, Scott Co. Central, 1986, Class 1A 94, Mexico, 1995, Class 3A Assists 50, Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau), 1987, Class 2A 44, Lafayette (St. Joseph), 1975, Class 3A 44, Hartville, 1998, Class 2A 41, Clayton, 1975, Class 3A 40, McCluer, 1975, Class 4A 40, Raytown South, 1975, Class 4A 40, Scott Co. Central, 1987, Class 1A Blocked Shots 23, Fairfax, 1989, Class 1A 19, Soldan, 1990, Class 3A 18, North Shelby, 2005, Class 1 16, Cardinal Ritter, 1995, Class 2A 16, North Callaway, 1999, Class 2A 16, Westport, 2002, Class 3A 15, Cole Camp, 1994, Class 2A 15, Cardinal Ritter, 1996, Class 2A 15, Maryville, 2004, Class 3 14, Smithton, 1987, Class 1A 14, Jefferson City, 1993, Class 4A 14, Jefferson, 2007, Class 1 Steals 39, Scott Co. Central, 1990, Class 1A 39, Portageville, 1993, Class 2A 38, Portageville, 1992, Class 2A 36, Bell City, 2007, Class 1 35, Jefferson, 2007, Class 1 34, Eskridge, 2007, Class 2 33, Scott County, 2008, Class 1 31, Vashon, 1985, Class 4A 31, Greenwood, 1991, Class 1A 30, Bell City, 1981, Class 1A 28, Hazelwood Central, 1987, Class 4A Crystal City to Big Apple Former Crystal City star and U.S. senator Bill Bradley scored a game-high 33 points in his team's narrow loss to St. Louis University High in the 1961 Class L state final in St. Louis. Bradley finished his prep career as Missouri's all-time leading scorer with 3,068 points over 112 career games. Bradley went on to a stellar college career at Princeton where he once held the NCAA Tournament single-game scoring record with a 56-point effort against Wichita State in He also helped the New York Knicks to two NBA titles. All-Time Show-Me Showdown Team Superlatives Most MSHSAA Championships 12, Scott Co. Central (1993) 11, Vashon (2006) 10, Charleston (2007) 8, New Haven (2001) 6, Beaumont (1956) 5, Cardinal Ritter (2006) 5, Christian Brothers (1997) 5, DeSmet (1999) 4, St. Louis University High (1961) 4, Joplin (1967) 4, Raytown South (1990) 4, Portageville (1994) 4, St. Francis Borgia (2006) (most recent in parentheses) Most Consecutive Championships Won 7, Scott Co. Central ( ) 4, New Haven ( ) 4, Portageville ( ) 3, Vashon ( ) Most Show-Me Showdown Appearances (Final Four) 22, Vashon (2006) 18, Charleston (2007) 15, Central (Kansas City) (1999) 13, St. Louis University High (1988) 13, Beaumont (1987) 13, Scott County Central (1994) 13, DeSmet (2002) 11, Glasgow (1982) 11, Rockhurst (2007) 10, New Haven (2001) 10, Raytown South (2003) (most recent in parentheses) Undefeated Champions Hickman, 24-0, Class A Maryville, 32-0, Class A Puxico, 40-0, Class B Branson, 41-0, Class B Pembroke Hill, 31-0, Class M St. Louis University High, 28-0, Class L Lillis (Kansas City), 29-0, Class M Exeter, 35-0, Class S Warrensburg, 27-0, Class M Bradleyville, 33-0, Class S Dixon, 36-0, Class M Hermann, 33-0, Class M Glasgow, 33-0, Class 1A Lilbourn, 31-0, Class 2A Center (Kansas City), 29-0, Class 4A Memorial (Joplin), 31-0, Class 3A Palmyra, 29-0, Class 2A DeSmet, 32-0, Class 4A Mound City, 27-0, Class 1A Lathrop, 27-0, Class 2A Scott County Central, 34-0, Class 1A Charleston, 33-0, Class 3A Raytown South, 31-0, Class 4A Scott County Central, 33-0, Class 1A Portageville, 31-0, Class 2A Portageville, 31-0, Class 2A Liberty, 31-0, Class 4A Verona, 32-0, Class 1 Cardinal Ritter, 31-0, Class Vashon, 31-0, Class Jefferson, 32-0, Class 1 MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

15 State Championship Team Final Game High Scorers Boys Championship Team Final Game High Scorers Northeast (Kansas City)... Ralph Chilton Oregon...Huff East (Kansas City)... Dick Quinn Central (Kansas City)... Fielding Morrow Benton (St. Joseph)... Lee Erickson B Fruitland...Whitladge 8 A Rockhurst... O. Murphy B Christian Brothers... Sullivan 12 A Beaumont...Pralle Jackson...Grover Crites Northeast (Kansas City)...Carl Johnson Hickman...Clay Cooper Maryville... Harold Hull Houston...Eugene Watson B Camdenton... Jim Ball 12 A Joplin...Dick Bennett B Zalma... Troy Lingle, Dale Cato 7 A McBride (St. Louis)...Serwan B Camdenton... Brooks Chambers 17 A Benton (St. Joseph)...Louis Kastner B Greenwood... Billy Long 20 A Beaumont... Bob Enk Beaumont...Norvell Maxwell Bismarck...Johnny Reagan Conway... Wayne Truelove St. Louis Univ. High...John Cordia Beaumont... Bob Koch Beaumont... Fred Kovar Buffalo...Adrian Gaunt B Ozark... Alfred Howard 13 A Joplin...Ed Deatherage B Puxico... Win Wilfong 11 A Normandy...Don Guariglia B Puxico...Grady Smith 24 A St. Louis Univ. High...Les Hohl B John Burroughs...Bobby Thym 22 A Cleveland (St. Louis)... Bob Mills B Sparta...Truman Smith 24 A Central (Cape Girardeau)... Don Koch B Branson...Kenny Lewallen 24 A Joplin... Jim Dailey S New Haven...Ken Quest 25 M Pembroke Country Day... Bryant Barnes 30 L Beaumont...Don Sullivan S New Haven...Skip Wolfe 21 M Pembroke Country Day... John Windsor 18 L St. Charles... Frank Williams S New Haven... Glen Scheer, John Kingsbury 19 M Branson... Don Hickman 17 L St. Louis Univ. High...Tom Kieffer S New Haven... John Kingsbury 23 M St. Agnes (Springfield)...Mike Meek 27 L Christian Brothers... Garry Garrison S Van Buren... Jack Burrows 24 M Bolivar...Don Cunningham 19 L Christian Brothers... Garry Garrison S Kearney...Ralph Tapp 32 M Lillis (Kansas City)...Jim Audley 15 L St. Louis Univ. High...Hank Zuchowski S Bradleyville...Leon Boyd 23 M Bowling Green... Shannon Reading 13 L Hickman... Dave Fearheller S Exeter...Byron Tucker 21 M Republic...Butch Blades, Don Carlson 19 L Christian Brothers... John Kilo S Goodman...Don Jones 26 M Buffalo...Doug Cassity 28 L Bishop DuBourg... Rich Niemann S South Iron... Harold Savage 22 M Buffalo... Merton Bancroft 23 L Parkview... John Weston S Wright City...Greg Nieman 17 M Owensville... Jim White 22 L Central (Kansas City)... Bob Tyus S Bradleyville... David Combs 19 M Warrensburg...Ted Bozarth 22 L Joplin... Thorpe Weber S Bradleyville... David Combs 31 M Matthews...Earnest Hardin 21 L O'Fallon Tech... Ron Williams S St. George (Hermann)... Dave Hackmann 24 M Dixon...John Brown 32 L Sumner...Dave Brent S New Haven... Doug Hasty 22 M Hermann... Steve Huenefeld 15 L Raytown South... Randy Culbertson S Stanberry... Jerry James 20 M Manual (Kansas City)... Felix Jerman 23 L Vashon...Roscoe Simmons S Advance... Richard Hitt, Richie Walker 22 M Montgomery City... Tony Marteen 22 L Raytown South...Ed Stoll S Forsyth... Gene Harmon 27 M Lutheran South...Gary Hoemann 29 L DeSmet... Jim Kennedy A Glasgow...Lawrence Butler 21 2A Lilbourn...Frankie Robinson 33 3A Owensville...Van Lahmeyer 17 4A McCluer... Grayling Tobias A Advance...David Tropf 15 2A Lilbourn...Frankie Robinson 25 3A Charleston... James Davis 17 4A McCluer... Grayling Tobias A Scott Co. Central... Ricky Thomas 31 2A St. James...Chris Mueller 18 3A Lafayette (St. Joseph)...Hubert Beattie 25 4A Center (Kansas City)... Mick Allison A Lesterville...Steve Denbow 26 2A Bishop LeBlond... Brent Buckman 17 3A Memorial (Joplin)... M. Hill, K. Sadler, G. Johnson 18 4A Raytown South...Billy Fennelly A Glasgow...Mark Gebhardt 18 2A Nixa...Kent Russell 47 3A Memorial (Joplin)... Gary "Cat" Johnson 31 4A DeSmet...Mark Dressler A Scott Co. Central...Donnie McClinton 30 2A Palmyra...Marty Smyser 23 3A Central (Kansas City)...Michael Walker 19 4A DeSmet... Steve Stipanovich A Glasgow... Tim Davis 16 2A Scott Co. Central... Anthony Jones 26 3A Charleston... Jewell Crawford 31 4A Central (Cape Girardeau)...Ron Jones A Mound City... Dennis Ceglinski 28 2A North Pemiscot...Tony Watkins 17 3A Chillicothe...Stuart Frizzel 23 4A Soldan... Robert Simmons A Marion C. Early...James Hargus 18 2A Marionville... Ted Young 33 3A Logan-Rogersville... Mitch Parrish 26 Show-Me Showdown Career Scoring Leaders Boys Career Scoring Leaders G Pts. Gary Garrison, CBC ( ) Joel Shelton, Vashon ( ) Tim Scheer, New Haven ( ) Tyler Hansbrough, Poplar Bluff ( ) Gary Cat Johnson, Memorial (Joplin) ( ) Cookie Belcher, Mexico ( ) Marcus Timmons, Scott Co. Central ( ) Jimmie McKinney, Vashon ( ) Dereke Tipler, Central (New Madrid Co.) ( ) Conner Teahan, Rockhurst ( ) Jerry Porter, Scott Co. Central ( ) John Kingsbury, New Haven ( ) Bill Bradley, Crystal City ( ) Michael Walker, Central (Kansas City) ( ) Chris Shorter, Lockwood ( ) Ben Kandlbinder, St. Francis Borgia ( ) Ryan Robertson, St. Charles West ( ) Dominitrix Johnson, Bell City ( ) Nathan Phillip, St. Francis Borgia ( ) 4 99 Ricky Frazier, Charleston ( ) 4 98 Girls Career Scoring Leaders G Pts. Kristin Folkl, St. Joseph s Academy ( ) Kyla Burns, Stockton ( ) Brittany Mannings, Duchesne ( ) Becky Fly, Purdy ( ) Dewella Holliday, Monroe City ( ) Tonia Harris, Scott Co. Central ( ) Shantonya Fort, Scott Co. Central ( ) Kiana Bock, Stockton ( ) Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy ( ) Kari Koch, Elsberry ( ) Kenna Walker, New Bloomfield ( ) Stacy West, Skyline ( ) Lana Unnewehr, New Bloomfield ( ) Cindy Durham, Truman ( ) Tabitha Harris, Scott Co. Central ( ) Kristina Mingos, Pembroke Hill ( ) Mikal Bencomo, Clopton ( ) Brittany Dodson, Metro (St. Louis) ( ) LaShonda Albert, Eskridge ( ) Colleen Swift, Springfield Catholic ( ) A DeSmet... Tim Stock A Scott Co. Central...Gary Lagemann, Mike Leake 21 2A Hayti...Dennis Thomas 20 3A Charleston...Maurice Hope 20 4A Vashon...Ramon Trice A Springfield Catholic... Jim Kutz 18 2A Eskridge...Dywon Newell, Edgar Wilson 17 3A McKinley...Roland Gray 16 4A Hillcrest... Tony King A Scott Co. Central...Doug Blissett 20 2A Lathrop...John Bennett 19 3A Malden... Anthony Pugh 30 4A Vashon...Albry Doss A Scott Co. Central... Terry Bell 17 2A Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau)... Danny Dohogne 15 3A Charleston...Cedric Rogers 14 4A Vashon... Anthony Bonner A Scott Co. Central... Terry Blissett 21 2A Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau)...Keith Ressel 30 3A Charleston... Cedrick Rogers 16 4A Rockhurst... John Cooper A Scott Co. Central... Jerry Porter 20 2A Eskridge... Jeffery McCaw 22 3A Central (New Madrid Co.)...Aric Thatch, Tony Wofford 25 4A Vashon... Sean Tunstall A Scott Co. Central... Jerry Porter 28 2A Licking... Phillip Gambill 23 3A Charleston... L. Frazier, Gillespie, Stanback 12 4A Rockhurst... Chris Heller A Scott Co. Central...Mark Mosely 19 2A Cardinal Ritter...Julian Winfield 19 3A Charleston...Lamont Frazier 22 4A Raytown South...Jevon Crudup A Scott Co. Central...Marcus Timmons 23 2A Portageville...Steve Garmon 21 3A Festus... Jason Smith 23 4A Parkway West... Scott Highmark A Van Buren... Anthony Rodebush 20 2A Portageville...Billy Noel 22 3A Charleston...Iric Farmer 21 4A Riverview Gardens...Leon Clay, Eric Simmons A Scott Co. Central... Andy Johnson 19 2A Portageville...Jamie Booker 23 3A St. Francis Borgia... Ben Kandlbinder 23 4A Jefferson City...Torey Griffin A Lockwood...Chris Shorter 25 2A Portageville...Lakeith Noel 22 3A St. Francis Borgia... Ben Kandlbinder 35 4A Vashon... Antonio Bobo A Barstow... Scott Jantz 28 2A Cardinal Ritter...Loren Woods 31 3A Mexico...Cookie Belcher, Jerrod Thompson 30 4A St. Charles West...Ryan Robertson A Richland (Essex)... Shaun Cole 24 2A Cardinal Ritter... Chris Carrawell 21 3A Charleston... Rashad Oliver 28 4A Webster Groves...Johnnie Parker A New Haven...Tim Sheer 45 2A East Carter... Dominic Thompson 15 3A Webb City...Dan Stanley, Tracey Wistrom 13 4A Christian Brothers... Larry Hughes A Fordland... Justin Kensinger 15 2A Palmyra... Oliver Craig 11 3A St. Francis Borgia...Adam Meyer 25 4A Liberty...Matt Rowan A New Haven...Tim Scheer 17 2A Hollister...Ryan Mayo 22 3A Nixa...Kevin Bartow 23 4A DeSmet... Bob Keppel A Jefferson...Tyler Pederson 20 2A Whitfield...Jason Ford 21 3A Central (New Madrid County)... Ronland Ranson 29 4A Vashon...Jimmy McKinney A New Haven... John Viehland 18 2A Blair Oaks... Justin Ortmeyer, Paul Miller 17 3A Central (New Madrid County)...Dereke Tipler 30 4A Vashon...Jimmy McKinney A Bell City... C.J. Hadley 28 2A Lutheran North... Riebei Durley-Petty 27 3A MICDS... Scott Stone 22 4A Vashon...Jimmy McKinney Verona...J.J. Tauai 22 2 East Carter...Brandon Crook 20 3 Cardinal Ritter... Dewon Byrd 15 4 Ozark...Nathan Bilyeu 28 5 Kickapoo...Devin Mitchell Bell City... Dominitrix Johnson 40 2 Van-Far... Mike Smith 17 3 Centralia...Grant Rosenfelder 12 4 Vashon...Dwayne Polk 38 5 Poplar Bluff...Tyler Hansbrough North Shelby...Cody Stoneburner 33 2 Marionville...Paden Grubbs 9 3 Lutheran North...LaRico Martin 28 4 O'Hara... Marcus Walker 40 5 Poplar Bluff...Tyler Hansbrough MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

16 State Championship Team Final Game High Scorers Jefferson...Matt Jenkins 18 2 Harrisburg...Kyle Fisher 20 3 Cardinal Ritter... DeAndre Gilmore 23 4 St. Francis Borgia... Alex Moosmann 26 5 Vashon...James Washington Jefferson...Adam Henry 15 2 Eskridge...Edward Jamerson 20 3 Charleston...Shawn Sherrell 27 4 Ruskin...Michael Craion 18 5 McCluer North... Torres Roundtree Jefferson...Craig Mattson 20 2 Harrisburg... Cory Via 25 3 Maplewood-Richmond Heights...Bryant Allen 25 4 Notre Dame (Cape Giradeau)...Ryan Willen 19 4 St. Charles West... Kramer Soderberg 19 5 McCluer North... Anthony Booker 23 Girls Championship Team Final Game High Scorers Northeast Nodaway...Janet McCrorey South Shelby...Nancy Rutter A Wheeling... Mary Timmons 14 AA St. Joseph's Academy... Anna Ross A Northeast Nodaway...Linda Auffert 12 AA Knox County...Kathy Stevenson A Northeast Nodaway... Patty Berg, Linda Auffert 8 2A Penney...Julie Chadwick 17 3A Hickman Mills...Carol Hudgins, Dorris Woolery A Northeast Nodaway... Patty Berg 16 2A Visitation Academy... Moira Fitzgerald 26 3A Lee's Summit...Julie Nill A Northeast Nodaway... Regina Wiederholt 25 2A Visitation Academy...Kate Hart 26 3A Central (Kansas City)... Brenda Abney 23 4A Hickman Mills... Laura Williams A Fairfax... Dana Heits A South Harrison...Becky Monachino A Visitation Academy... Kristin Luepke A Hickman Mills...Carrie Bates A Purdy... Becky Fly A Palmyra...Terri Wendt A McDonald County... Suzanne Nyander A Truman...Cindy Durham A Northeast Nodaway...Vickie Schmitz A Scott Co. Central...Virginia Blissett A Bolivar...Kelly Stewart 14 4A Paseo...Tina Dixon A Springfield Catholic... Angela Hyde 31 2A Bishop LeBlond...Julie Rizzo A McDonald County... Suzanne Nyander A Cleveland (St.L)... Irenetta Henley, Lolita Still A Scott Co. Central... Jan Brown, Elnora Timmons 10 2A Palmyra...Robin Ragar 18 3A Visitation Academy...Mary Walker 13 4A Central (Springfield)... Angie Marshall A Scott Co. Central...Tangela Turner 14 2A Brentwood...Tonya Harry 22 3A Affton... Julie Hacker 26 4A Kickapoo...Shelly Allie A New Bloomfield...Lana Unnewehr A Palmyra... Brenda Wagner, Stacey Wendt A Perryville...Jennifer Grebin, Michelle Hornecker 14 4A McCluer North... Julie Vieregg A Scott Co. Central...Nita Johnson A Hermann...Ada Brehe A Visitation Academy...Mary Walker 17 4A Kickapoo... Karissa McCarter A New Bloomfield...Kenna Walker A Holden...Amy Anderson A Marshfield... Stacy Nunn A DeSoto...Kim Mahn A Jefferson... Shelly Jermain A Salisbury...Lynette Linneman A Marshfield...Melody Howard A DeSoto...Kim Mahn A North Shelby...Michelle Healy A Springfield Catholic...Courtney Swift A Marshfield...Nikki Cooper, Melody Howard 16 4A Lee's Summit... Shelly Metzger A Scott Co. Central...Yolanda Betts A Marionville... Marsha Burton A Marshfield...Melissa Grider A St. Joseph's Academy... Kristin Folkl A Scott Co. Central...Tabitha Harris A Spfld Catholic... Ronda Hubbard, Stephanie Thurman 21 3A Oak Grove... Lisa Davies 16 4A St. Joseph's Academy...Mollie Peirick A Scott Co. Central...Tabitha Harris A Springfield Catholic...Teresa Baird A Raymore-Peculiar...Jennifer Dodd A St. Joseph's Academy...Mollie Peirick A Norwood...Jenni Cole A Eskridge...Lashonda Albert A Republic...Cindy Wise A St. Joseph's Academy... Kristin Folkl 24.. Show-Me Showdown Boys and Girls Triple-Doubles Date Individual B/G Class Opponent Round Pts. Reb. Other Michelle Harkrader, Rich Hill Girls 1A Lutheran (KC) Semifinal assists Anthony Peeler, Paseo Boys 3A Troy Buchanan Semifinal assists Dewella Holliday, Monroe City Girls 2A St. Pius X (KC) Semifinal steals Deaven Omohundro, Clopton Girls 2 Osceola Third-Place assists A Meadville...Lendy Howe 25 2A Pembroke Hill... Amy Monsees 26 3A Incarnate Word Admy... April McKinney 17 4A Cor Jesu... Niele Ivey A Drexel...BryAnn Cook 19 2A Skyline...Stacy West 22 3A Marshfield... Lauren Ivey, Michelle Skidmore 12 4A Glendale...Kellie Noyes A Jefferson...Karrie Kemper 21 2A Skyline... Jamie Reynolds 21 3A Marshfield...Natalie Mottesheard 21 4A Gateway... Brandi Archibald A Atlanta...Jessy Fletcher 22 2A Monroe City... Dewella Holliday 18 3A Rosary...Angie Stith 17 4A West Plains...Regan Hughston A Tarkio...Jamie Johnson 22 2A Pembroke Hill... Molly Beal 22 3A Marshfield... Jennifer Fisher 21 4A Gateway Institute...Tara Harris A Glasgow...Molly Thompson 20 2A Monroe City... Dewella Holliday 28 3A Nixa...Hope Hunt 16 4A Eureka... Tiffany Stewart A Silex...Jessica Stanek 23 2A Stockton...Jenna Armstrong 30 3A Notre Dame de Sion... Rachel Semour 21 4A Kickapoo...Codi Walker A New Haven... Kristina Bailey 21 2A Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau)... Deana McCormick 20 3A Notre Dame de Sion... Donica Tomko 15 4A Lee's Summit North... Claire Coggins Brashear... Jenny Elsea 19 2 Skyline...Megan Butler 19 3 Stockton...Kyla Burns 24 4 Duchesne... Brittany Mannings 24 5 Kickapoo... Laura Granzow Brashear...Brooke Crandall, Jenny Elsea 14 2 Skyline...Kara Tipton 14 3 Stockton...Kiana Bock 15 4 Republic... Amanda Giblin 20 5 St. Joseph's Academy... Erin McCarthy Chadwick...Jessi Peirce 13 2 Clopton... Mikal Bencomo 17 3 Pembroke Hill... Kristina Mingos 25 4 Ozark... Katie Bond 10 5 Kickapoo... Heather Ezell DeKalb... Kelsey Wolfe 19 2 Metro (St. Louis)... Moneshia Davis 18 3 Pembroke Hill...Elyseia Dunn 30 4 Ozark... Katie Bond 14 5 Incarnate Word Academy... Felicia Chester Walnut Grove... Abby Creed 11 2 Hartville...Brittany Percival 19 3 Metro (St. Louis)... Brittany Dodson 17 4 Benton (St. Joseph)... Alicia Bell 24 5 Liberty... Kara Fleming, Kami Groom Northeast (Cairo)...Brandi Roberts 18 2 Westran...Kayla Rice 19 3 South Shelby... Jenna Mueller 16 4 Bolivar...Casey Garrison 25 5 Rock Bridge...Katherine Harry 21 DeSmet standout Steve Stipanovich scored 29 points in the 1979 Class 4A championship contest against William Chrisman. The futre University of Missouri standout scored 90 points over a three-year span at the Show-Me Showdown. (MSHSAA archives). MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

17 MSHSAA Girls Basketball Championships History Year Class Champion (Record) Head Coach Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place Site 1973 Northeast Nodaway (31-0) Claude Samson South Shelby Wheeling Cass-Midway Lamkin Gymnasium, NMSU, Maryville 1974 South Shelby (30-0) Greg Pohlman Wheeling Northeast Nodaway Bronaugh Lamkin Gymnasium, NMSU, Maryville 1975 A Wheeling (32-0) Dick Halterman 55-46* Northeast Nodaway Bronaugh Southwest (Washburn) Pershing Arena Truman St., Kirksville AA St. Joseph's Academy (25-0) Kathy Boles Marceline South Shelby Kickapoo Pershing Arena Truman St., Kirksville 1976 A Northeast Nodaway (30-1) Claude Samson Hale Bronaugh Belle Pershing Arena Truman St., Kirksville AA Knox County (27-3) Carol Gross St. Mary's (Independence) Rosati-Kain Kickapoo Pershing Arena Truman St., Kirksville A Northeast Nodaway (32-0) Claude Samson Belle Wheeling Harrisburg Multipurpose Bld., UCM, Warrensburg 2A Penney (29-0) Herb Webster Canton Springfield Catholic Kelly Multipurpose Bld., UCM, Warrensburg 3A Hickman Mills (26-1) Clyde Cozad Bishop DuBourg Lindbergh Highland Multipurpose Fieldhouse, UMR, Rolla A Northeast Nodaway (32-0) Claude Samson Wheaton North Shelby Springfield Catholic Multipurpose Bdg, UCM, Warrensburg 2A Visitation Academy (30-0) Thad Strobach Kelly Penney Reeds Spring Multipurpose Bdg, UCM, Warrensburg 3A Lee's Summit (29-2) Larry Jansen St. Joseph's Academy Boonville Bishop DuBourg UMSL, St. Louis A Northeast Nodaway (30-3) Claude Samson Greenwood Wheeling Wheaton Pershing Arena Truman St., Kirksville 2A Visitation Academy (28-1) Thad Strobach Reeds Spring South Shelby Penney Pershing Arena Truman St., Kirksville 3A Central (Kansas City) (24-2) Wayne Howe St. Joseph's Academy Union Camdenton Multipurpose Bdg, UCM, Warrensburg 4A Hickman Mills (27-2) Clyde Cozad Lee's Summit McCluer North Poplar Bluff Multipurpose Bdg, UCM, Warrensburg A Fairfax (25-0) Garey Smith Delta Hermitage Northwestern (Mendon) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A South Harrison (29-2) Richard Smith Paris Scott Co. Central Purdy Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Visitation Academy (25-8) Thad Strobach McDonald County Nevada Union Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Hickman Mills (27-4) Clyde Cozad McCluer North Truman Poplar Bluff Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Purdy (24-3) Bill Reece Northeast (Cairo) Polo Lincoln Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Palmyra (29-3) Robert Fohey Scott Co. Central Rock Port Gainesville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A McDonald County (29-1) Jerry Davis Charleston Macon Maryville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Truman (27-4) Peter Hile Southwest (St. Louis) Central (St. Joseph) St. Joseph's Academy Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Northeast Nodaway (30-1) Claude Samson Purdy North Shelby Skyline Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Scott Co. Central (31-0) Fred Johnson Salisbury Sherwood Gainesville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Bolivar (28-2) Junior Roweton Visitation Academy Rosati-Kain 4323 Chillicothe Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Paseo (28-3) Melvin Harvey Truman Lindbergh Ladue Horton-Watkins Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Springfield Catholic (30-2) Patti Henderson Winston Wellsville-Middletown Archie Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Bishop LeBlond (24-4) Jan Shores Palmyra Willow Springs Viburnum Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A McDonald County (31-1) Jerry Davis Visitation Academy Perryville St. Mary's (Independence) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Cleveland (St. Louis) (29-2) Ron Rhodes Glendale Fort Zumwalt Lee's Summit Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (29-1) Fred Johnson Lincoln Northeast Nodaway Clopton Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Palmyra (24-5) Robert Fohey Brentwood Willow Springs Smithville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Visitation Academy (31-2) Thad Strobach Perryville St. Mary's (Independence) Monett Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Central (Springfield) (30-2) Susan Alley Lindbergh Hazelwood Central Central (St. Jopseph) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (27-1) Danny Farmer Northeast Nodaway New Bloomfield Rich Hill Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Brentwood (28-3) Stephen Crotz Palmyra Mt. Vernon Smithville Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Affton (30-2) Jan Ennen 47-44* Troy Buchanan Monett Nevada Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Kickapoo (29-1) Sue Schuble Hazelwood Central St. Teresa's Academy Bishop DuBourg Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A New Bloomfield (30-1) Kenneth Walker Wheaton Santa Fe Princeton Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Palmyra (29-1) Robert Fohey Diamond Brentwood Bishop LeBlond Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Perryville (29-2) Steve Wunderlich Kearney Troy Buchanan Monett Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A McCluer North (30-1) Carol Meyer Hickman Mills Lee's Summit Oakville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (25-5) Danny Farmer Clopton Santa Fe King City Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Hermann (24-8) Doug Smith Monroe City Mt. Vernon Holden Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Visitation Academy (29-4) Thad Strohbach Perryville O'Hara McDonald County Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Kickapoo (30-0) Sue Schuble St. Teresa's Academy Normandy Hannibal Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A New Bloomfield (31-0) Kenneth Walker Rich Hill Scott Co. Central Lutheran (Kansas City) Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Holden (27-0) Rick Riddle Linn Monroe City Hartville Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Marshfield (32-0) Scott Ballard Duchesne Central (Kansas City) Festus Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A DeSoto (27-5) Ron Rhodes Lee's Summit Glendale Hannibal Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Jefferson (31-0) Don Edwards Marion C. Early New Bloomfield Scott Co. Central Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Salisbury (32-0) Dennis Humphrey Springfield Catholic Brentwood North Platte Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Marshfield (32-0) Scott Ballard Visitation Academy O'Hara 49-47* Doniphan Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 4A DeSoto (29-3) Ron Rhodes Joplin Central (St. Joseph) Central (Cape Girardeau) Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield A North Shelby (30-2) Brad Pollitt Scott Co. Central Jefferson Leeton Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Springfield Catholic (28-2) Ken Hopper Brentwood North Callaway Lafayette County Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Marshfield (32-0) Scott Ballard Oak Grove Visitation Academy Fredericktown Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 4A Lee's Summit (30-0) Larry Jansen Joplin Poplar Bluff Parkway West Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield A Scott Co. Central (28-1) Danny Farmer Princeton New Bloomfield Malta Bend Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 2A Marionville (30-3) Steve Shepard Palmyra Eskridge Plattsburg Hammons Stdt. Ctr., MSU, Springfield 3A Marshfield (31-2) Gary Murphy Visitation Academy Benton (St. Joseph) Perryville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A St. Joseph's Academy (30-4) Larry Eller Jefferson City DeSoto 61-56* Blue Springs Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Scott Co. Central (29-0) Danny Farmer North Shelby Wellington-Napoleon Rich Hill Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Springfield Catholic (27-3) Rhonda Hubbard Putnam County Kelly Cole Camp Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Oak Grove (31-0) Brad Gaines Perryville Marshfield Troy Buchanan Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A St. Joseph's Academy (32-0) Larry Eller Jefferson City St. Teresa's Academy 48-44* Jackson Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia (*) Indicates number of overtime periods. 70 MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

18 MSHSAA Girls Basketball Championships History Year Class Champion (Record) Head Coach Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place Site A Scott Co. Central (28-2) Danny Farmer Rich Hill North Shelby Wellington-Napoleon Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Springfield Catholic (28-5) Rhonda Hubbard Cole Camp Palmyra Eskridge Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Raymore-Peculiar (31-1) Paul Cummings Republic Incarnate Word Academy St. Francis Borgia Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A St. Joseph's Academy (28-0) Bob Hayes Kickapoo Northwest (Cedar Hill) William Chrisman Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Norwood (25-7) Don Forrest Rich Hill Wellington-Napoleon Meadville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Eskridge (28-2) Carl Davis Warsaw Springfield Catholic 41-38* Brookfield Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Republic (30-1) Dave McQuerter Chillicothe Troy Buchanan 42-41* Owensville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A St. Joseph's Academy (29-1) Bob Hayes Kickapoo Lee's Summit Poplar Bluff Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Meadville (30-2) Laurie Hardie Scott Co. Central Drexel South Nodaway Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Pembroke Hill (25-5) Mark Spigarelli Notre Dame (Cape Girard.) Clark County Mansfield Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Incarnate Word Acad. (29-4) Jim Johnson Helias St. Teresa's Academy St. James Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Cor Jesu Academy (31-0) Gary Glassock Park Hill Jackson Holt (Wentzville) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Drexel (31-0) Brent Bartlett Gallatin Atlanta Norwood Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Skyline (29-1) Lynn Long Palmyra Hartville Eskridge Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Marshfield (29-4) Gary Murphy Central (New Madrid Co.) Incarnate Word Academy Warrensburg Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Glendale (27-3) Nyla Milleson Jackson Cor Jesu Academy Truman Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Jefferson (30-2) Don Edwards 59-54* Greenwood Atlanta Dadeville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Skyline (31-1) Lynn Long Notre Dame (Cape Girard.) Palmyra Hartville Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Marshfield (30-2) Gary Murphy Rosary Nevada Eureka Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Gateway (28-0) Sherman Curtis Jackson Glendale Blue Springs Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Atlanta (31-0) Bob Roberts Appleton City Norwood North Andrew Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Monroe City (31-1) Bob Plourde Skyline Pierce City John Burroughs Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Rosary (31-2) Ron Sanford Savannah Marshfield St. Francis Borgia Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A West Plains (29-3) Scott Womack Jackson Truman Gateway Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Tarkio (32-0) Doug Kingery Crest Ridge Newburg Marion County Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Pembroke Hill (29-2) Mark Spigarelli East Newton Monroe City John Burroughs Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Marshfield (31-1) Gary Murphy Savannah St. Francis Borgia Incarnate Word Academy Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Gateway (22-6) Sherman Curtis St. Joseph's Academy Blue Springs Kickapoo Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Glasgow (28-5) Mike Reynolds Climax Springs Albany Newburg Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Monroe City (30-2) Bob Plourde John Burroughs East Newton St. Pius X (Kansas City) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Nixa (31-1) Randy Towe Savannah Visitation Academy Bishop DuBourg Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Eureka (28-3) James Alsup Poplar Bluff Hickman Lee's Summit North Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A Silex (28-4) Tony Francis Climax Springs Tarkio Couch Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Stockton (25-6) Tony Armstrong Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) Elsberry East Newton Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Notre Dame de Sion (26-5) Kristy Guffey Doniphan Duchesne Marshfield Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Kickapoo (27-4) Sue Schuble Parkway West Jackson 58-55* Lee's Summit North Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia A New Haven (28-4) Melanie Schmit Northeast Nodaway Chadwick Macks Creek Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2A Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) (29-2) Jerry Grim Elsberry Stockton Seymour Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3A Notre Dame de Sion (24-7) Kristy Guffey Visitation Academy Marshfield St. James Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4A Lee's Summit North (24-5) Tricia Lillygren Hickman Poplar Bluff Gateway Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia Brashear (28-2) Sara Parish Chilhowee Delta Worth County Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2 Skyline (29-4) Kevin Cheek Clopton Stoutland St. Joseph Christian Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3 Stockton (28-2) Tony Armstrong John Burroughs Lutheran (St. Peters) Hermann Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4 Duchesne (29-2) Charles Elmendorf Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) Benton (St. Joseph) 39-38** Carthage Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 5 Kickapoo (31-0) Stephanie Phillips St. Joseph s Academy Jackson Lee s Summit Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia Brashear (32-0) Sara Williams Walnut Grove Chadwick Mound City Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 2 Skyline (30-2) Kevin Cheek Clopton St. Joseph Christian Stoutland Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 3 Stockton (30-1) Tony Armstrong Metro (St. Louis) California Hancock Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 4 Republic (24-7) Kris Flood Duchesne St. James Center (Kansas City) Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia 5 St. Joseph s Academy (26-4) Julie Matheny Hickman Incarnate Word Acad Lee s Summit Hearnes Center, UMC, Columbia Chadwick (27-4) Doug Dunn New Franklin DeKalb Leeton Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 2 Clopton (32-0) Ed Lindsay Metro (St. Louis) Gainesville Crest Ridge Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 3 Pembroke Hill (27-4) Mark Spigarelli 47-45* Lutheran (St. Peters) Hancock Springfield Catholic Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 4 Ozark (24-8) Yancey Little Lincoln Prep Academy St. James Jennings Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 5 Kickapoo (30-1) Stephanie Phillips Lee s Summit Incarnate Word Acad Nerinx Hall Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia DeKalb (30-2) Cori Elifrits Leeton Delta Silex Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 2 Metro (St. Louis) (29-3) Gary Glasscock Clopton Marion C. Early 68-64* North Platte Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 3 Pembroke Hill (26-5) Mark Spigarelli Blair Oaks Westran Doniphan Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 4 Ozark (25-6) Yancey Little Lee s Summit West Lutheran South Duchesne Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 5 Incarnate Word Acad. (31-1) Dan Rolfes Notre Dame de Sion Jefferson City Hazelwood East Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia Walnut Grove (27-4) Darin Meinders Leeton Mound City Northeast (Cairo) Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 2 Hartville (27-5) Mike Percival Westran Clopton Osceola Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 3 Metro (St. Louis) (28-4) Gary Glasscock Springfield Catholic Blair Oaks Pembroke Hill Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 4 Benton (St. Joseph) (30-0) Brett Goodwin Farmington Bolivar St. Dominic Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 5 Liberty (27-4) Brad Oyler Hazelwood East Hickman Normandy Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia Northeast (Cairo) (28-3) Bob Roberts Delta Meadville Macks Creek Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 2 Penney (32-0) Davod Prather Westran Clopton Crane Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 3 Skyline (29-3) Kevin Cheek South Shelby Hermann Metro (St. Louis) Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 4 Bolivar (29-2) Gary Keeling Notre Dame de Sion McCluer South-Berkely Notre Dame (St. Louis) Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia 5 Rock Bridge (25-6) Jill Nagel Incarnate Word Academy St. Joseph's Academy Hickman Mills Mizzou Arena, UMC, Columbia (*) Indicates number of overtime periods. 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19 All-Time MSHSAA Girls Basketball Playoff History by School Adrian ( ) Affton ( ) Albany ( ) Alton ( ) Appleton City ( ) Arcadia Valley ( ) Archie ( ) Ash Grove ( ) Atlanta ( ) Aurora ( ) Ava (2003) Bakersfield ( ) Barstow ( ) Bayless ( ) Beaumont (1977) Belle ( ) Benton (St. Joseph) ( ) Bevier (1998) Billings ( ) Bishop DuBourg ( ) Bishop Hogan (1998) Bishop LeBlond ( ) Bismarck ( ) Blair Oaks ( ) Blue Eye ( ) Blue Springs ( ) Blue Springs South ( ) Bolivar ( ) Boonville ( ) Bosworth (1986) Bowling Green ( ) Bradleyville (2008) Branson ( ) Brashear ( ) Braymer ( ) Brentwood ( ) Bronaugh ( ) Brookfield (1994) Brunswick ( ) Bucklin ( ) Bunker ( ) Butler ( ) Cainsville ( ) Calhoun (1981) California ( ) Camdenton ( ) Cameron (1984) Campbell (2007) Canton ( ) Cardinal Ritter (2003) Carl Junction ( ) Carrollton ( ) Carthage ( ) Cass-Midway ( ) Cassville (1979) Center (Kansas City) ( ) Central (Cape Girardeau) ( ) Central (Kansas City) ( ) Central (New Madrid County) ( ) Central (Park Hills) ( ) Central (Springfield) ( ) Central (St. Joseph) ( ) Central (St. Louis) (1979) Centralia ( ) Chadwick ( ) Chaffee (1978) Charleston ( ) Chillhowee ( ) Chillicothe ( ) Clark County ( ) Clayton (1988) Clearwater (1989) Cleveland (St. Louis) (1983) Clever ( ) Climax Springs ( ) Clopton ( ) Cole Camp ( ) College Heights Christian Acad. (1998) Community ( ) Concordia ( ) Conway ( ) Cor Jesu Academy ( ) Couch ( ) Crane ( ) Crest Ridge ( ) Crocker (1978) Crystal City ( ) Dadeville ( ) DeKalb ( ) DeSoto ( ) Delta ( ) Dexter ( ) Diamond ( ) Doniphan ( ) Drexel ( ) Duchesne ( ) East (Kansas City) ( ) East Buchanan ( ) East Carter ( ) East Newton ( ) El Dorado Springs ( ) Eldon ( ) Elsberry ( ) Eminence ( ) Eskridge ( ) Eugene (2003) Eureka ( ) Excelsior Springs ( ) Exeter (2008) Fair Grove ( ) Fair Play ( ) Fairfax ( ) Farmington ( ) Fatima ( ) Fayette ( ) Festus ( ) Fordland ( ) Forsyth (1982) Fort Osage ( ) Fort Zumwalt ( ) Fort Zumwalt South ( ) Fort Zumwalt West ( ) Fox ( ) Francis Howell ( ) Francis Howell Central ( ) Francis Howell North ( ) Fredericktown ( ) Fulton (2008) Gainesville ( ) Gallatin ( ) Gateway ( ) Gilman City ( ) Glasgow ( ) Glendale ( ) Grain Valley (1981) Grandview ( ) Green City ( ) Greenfield ( ) Greenville ( ) Greenwood ( ) Grundy County ( ) Hale ( ) Halfway ( ) Hallsville (1983) Hancock ( ) Hannibal ( ) Hardin-Central (2008) Harrisburg ( ) Harrisonville (1982) Hartville ( ) MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

20 All-Time MSHSAA Girls Basketball Playoff History by School Hayti (1980) Hazelwood Central ( ) Hazelwood East ( ) Hazelwood West ( ) Helias ( ) Herculaneum ( ) Hermann ( ) Hermitage ( ) Hickman ( ) Hickman Mills ( ) Highland ( ) Hillcrest (2006) Hillsboro (1979) Holden ( ) Holt (Wentzville) ( ) Houston (2004) Humansville ( ) Hume ( ) Hurley ( ) Incarnate Word Academy ( ) Jackson ( ) Jamesport (1976) Jamestown ( ) Jasper ( ) Jefferson ( ) Jefferson City ( ) Jennings (2005) John Burroughs ( ) John F. Kennedy (1975) Joplin ( ) Kearney ( ) Kelly ( ) Kennett (1997) Keytesville ( ) Kickapoo ( ) King City ( ) Kirksville ( ) Kirkwood ( ) Knob Noster (1986) Knox County ( ) Koshkonong ( ) Ladue Horton Watkins (1982) Lafayette (Wildwood) ( ) Lafayette (St. Joseph) ( ) Lafayette County ( ) Lamar ( ) LaMonte (1993) LaPlata ( ) Laquey (1982) Lathrop ( ) Lawson ( ) Lebanon ( ) Lee s Summit ( ) Lee s Summit North ( ) Lee s Summit West (2006) Leeton ( ) Lesterville (1992) Lexington ( ) Liberal ( ) Liberty ( ) Licking ( ) Lincoln ( ) Lincoln Prep Academy ( ) Lindbergh ( ) Linn ( ) Linn County ( ) Lockwood ( ) Logan-Rogersville ( ) Lone Jack ( ) Lutheran (Kansas City) ( ) Lutheran (St. Peters) ( ) Lutheran North ( ) Lutheran South ( ) Lutie ( ) Macks Creek ( ) Macon ( ) Madison ( ) Malden (1985) Malta Bend (1991) Mansfield ( ) Marceline ( ) Marion C. Early ( ) Marion County ( ) Marionville ( ) Mark Twain ( ) Marshall ( ) Marshfield ( ) Martinsville (1974) Maryville ( ) Maysville (1985) McAuley Catholic ( ) McCluer ( ) McCluer North ( ) McCluer South-Berkeley ( ) McDonald County ( ) Meadville ( ) Mehlville ( ) Memorial (Joplin) (1976) Mercer ( ) Metro (St. Louis) ( ) Mexico ( ) Miami (1989) Mid-Buchanan ( ) Milan (1999) Miller Career Academy ( ) Moberly ( ) Monett ( ) Monroe City ( ) Montgomery County ( ) Montrose ( ) Mound City ( ) Mount Vernon ( ) Mountain Grove ( ) Naylor ( ) (06*) Neelyville ( ) Nerinx Hall ( ) Nevada ( ) New Bloomfield ( ) New Franklin ( ) New Haven ( ) Newburg ( ) Niangua ( ) Nixa ( ) Nodaway-Holt ( ) Norborne ( ) Normandy ( ) North Andrew ( ) North Callaway ( ) North County (Bonne Terre) ( ) North Harrison ( ) North Kansas City ( ) North Nodaway ( ) North Platte ( ) North Shelby ( ) Northeast (Cairo) ( ) Northeast (Kansas City) (1995) Northeast Nodaway ( ) Northwest (St. Louis) ( ) Northwest (Cedar Hill) ( ) Northwest (Hughesville) (1985) Northwestern (Mendon) (1980) Norwood ( ) Notre Dame (Cape Girardeau) ( ) Notre Dame (St. Louis) ( ) Notre Dame de Sion ( ) Novinger (2005) O Fallon Tech ( ) O Hara ( ) Oak Grove ( ) Oak Park ( ) Oakville ( ) Oran (2000) Orchard Farm (1992) MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

21 All-Time MSHSAA Girls Basketball Playoff History by School Orrick ( ) Osborn (2000) Osceola ( ) Owensville ( ) Ozark ( ) Pacific (1975) Palmyra ( ) Paris ( ) Park Hill ( ) Park Hill South (2007) Parkview ( ) Parkway Central (1999) Parkway North ( ) Parkway South ( ) Parkway West ( ) Parkwood (Joplin) (1977) Paseo ( ) Paseo Academy (1990) Pattonsburg ( ) Pattonville ( ) Pembroke Hill ( ) Penney ( ) Perryville ( ) Pierce City ( ) Pilot Grove ( ) Plato (2000) Platte County ( ) Plattsburg ( ) Pleasant Hill (2006) Polo ( ) Poplar Bluff ( ) Portageville ( ) Potosi ( ) Prairie Home ( ) Princeton ( ) Principia (2005) Purdy ( ) Putnam County ( ) Raymore-Peculiar ( ) Raytown ( ) Raytown South (1999) Reeds Spring ( ) Republic ( ) Revere (1997) Rich Hill ( ) Richland ( ) Risco ( ) Rock Bridge ( ) Rock Port ( ) Rolla ( ) Roosevelt ( ) Rosary ( ) Rosati-Kain ( ) Ruskin (2007) Russellville ( ) Salem ( ) Salisbury ( ) Santa Fe ( ) Sarcoxie (1981) Savannah ( ) Schell City (1983) Schuyler County ( ) Scotland County ( ) Scott City ( ) Scott County Central ( ) Seckman ( ) Seneca ( ) Seymour ( ) Sheldon (1984) Sherwood ( ) Silex ( ) Skyline ( ) Slater ( ) Smith-Cotton (1979) Smithton ( ) Smithville ( ) Soldan (1980) South Harrison ( ) South Holt ( ) South Iron ( ) South Nodaway ( ) South Pemiscot ( ) South Shelby ( ) Southern Boone County ( ) Southern Reynolds ( ) Southland ( ) Southwest (Kansas City) ( ) Southwest (St. Louis) ( ) Southwest (Washburn) ( ) Sparta ( ) Spokane ( ) Springfield Catholic ( ) St. Charles ( ) St. Charles West ( ) St. Clair ( ) St. Dominic ( ) St. Elizabeth ( ) St. Francis Borgia ( ) St. James ( ) St. Joseph Christian ( ) St. Joseph s Academy ( ) St. Mary s (Independence) ( ) St. Paul Lutheran ( ) St. Pius X (Festus) ( ) St. Pius X (Kansas City) ( ) St. Teresa s Academy ( ) St. Thomas Aquinas-Mercy ( ) St. Vincent ( ) Stanberry ( ) Ste. Genevieve (1979) Stewartsville ( ) Stockton ( ) Stoutland ( ) Stover ( ) Strafford (1976) Sturgeon ( ) Sullivan ( ) Tarkio ( ) Thayer ( ) Thomas Jefferson (1999) Timberland (2004) Tina-Avalon ( ) Tipton ( ) Trenton (2000) Tri-County (2006) Troy Buchanan ( ) Truman ( ) Tuscumbia (2008) Twin Rivers ( ) Union ( ) Union Star ( ) University City ( ) Ursuline Academy (1987) Valle Catholic ( ) Valley (Caledonia) ( ) Valley Park ( ) Van Buren ( ) Van-Far ( ) Vashon ( ) Verona ( ) Versailles ( ) Viburnum ( ) Vienna ( ) Villa Duchesne ( ) Visitation Academy ( ) Walker ( ) Walnut Grove ( ) Warrensburg ( ) Warsaw ( ) Washington ( ) Waynesville ( ) Weaubleau ( ) Webb City ( ) Webster Groves ( ) MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

22 All-Time MSHSAA Girls Basketball Playoff History by School Wellington-Napoleon ( ) Wellsville-Middletown ( ) West County (Park Hills) (2001) West Plains ( ) West Platte ( ) Westminster Christian Academy (2007) Westran ( ) Wheatland (2007) Wheaton ( ) Wheeling ( ) Willard ( ) William Chrisman ( ) Willow Springs ( ) Windsor ( ) Windsor (Imperial) (1995) Winston ( ) Worth County ( ) Wright City ( ) KEY - No. - Total number of playoff appearances (District titles); W-L - Wins and Losses in MSHSAA playoffs; Pct. - Win-Loss Percentage in MSHSAA playoffs; 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th - Indicates number of first, second, third and fourth-place finishes in state tournament. Bold Italics indicates year team participated in MSHSAA Championships (final four). * - Naylor forfeited its 2006 playoff appearance due to use of ineligible players Recent Show-Me Showdown Sportsmanship Award Recipients ( ) Year Class Boys Girls A Jefferson Atlanta 2A Hollister Skyline 3A Fulton Warrensburg 4A Truman Cor Jesu Academy A Bishop Hogan Greenwood 2A Hartville Skyline 3A Sullivan Nevada 4A Truman Glendale A New Haven Atlanta 2A Palmyra Skyline 3A St. Francis Borgia St. Francis Borgia 4A Jefferson City West Plains A Fordland Marion County 2A Hollister East Newton 3A Nixa St. Francis Borgia 4A DeSmet Kickapoo A Jefferson Newburg 2A Forsyth East Newton 3A Reeds Spring Nixa 4A Vashon Poplar Bluff A Jefferson Couch 2A Diamond Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) 3A Central (NM Co.) Notre Dame de Sion 4A Eureka Kickapoo A Community Northeast Nodaway 2A Bishop LeBlond Stockton 3A Nixa Visitation 4A Jefferson City Poplar Bluff 2003* 1 Dadeville Delta Braymer Brashear Verona Worth County North Shelby 2 Thayer Skyline Harrisburg Clopton 3 Lincoln Academy Hermann Ash Grove John Burroughs Stockton 4 St. Charles W. Carthage Paseo Acad. Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) 5 (none) Kickapoo Jackson St. Joseph's Academy Bevier Brashear North Andrew Mound City 2 Lone Jack Clopton Skyline 3 (none) Metro (St. Louis) Stockton 4 (none) (none) 5 Jefferson City Hickman Lafayette (Wildw.) Incarnate Word Acad. Lee's Summit St. Joseph's Academy Jefferson Chadwick North Shelby DeKalb St. Elizabeth Leeton New Franklin 2 East Buchanan Crest Ridge Salisbury Gainesville Metro (St. Louis) 3 Hogan Prep Hancock Versailles Springfield Catholic 4 (none) Jennings Lincoln Academy Year Class Boys Girls Ozark St. James 5 Kickapoo Incarnate Word Acad. Kickapoo Lee's Summit Nerinx Hall Bell City DeKalb Jefferson Delta Silex 2 Advance Clopton Harrisburg Marion C. Early Marionville Metro (St. Louis) West Platte North Platte 3 (none) (none) 4 Lincoln Prep Duchesne Ozark 5 (none) (none) Jefferson Leeton LaPlata Mound City Wheatland Northeast (Cairo) Walnut Grove 2 (none) Clopton Hartville Osceola Westran Year Class Boys Girls 3 Bowling Green Blair Oaks 4 (none) (none) 5 (none) (none) Jefferson Delta Glasgow Meadville Fair Play Northeast (Cairo) Macks Creek 2 Clever Clopton South Iron Crane West Platte 3 Linn Hermann Lutheran North Metro Skyline South Shelby 4 (none) Bolivar McCluer South-Berkely Notre Dame de Sion Notre Dame (St. Louis) 5 Ft. Zumwalt Incarnate Word Academy (*) The MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown Sportsmanship Award program changed from competitive to evaluative for the 2003 Championships. All schools meeting a minimum sportsmanship score, based on several criteria, receive the award. Smithville forward Dana Heavner (left) drives to the basket against Brenda Wagner of Palmyra in the semifinals of the 1985 Class 2A semifinals at Hammons Student Center in Springfield (photo by Hyler Cooper). McDonald County's Suzanne Nyander helped the Mustangs to the 1983 Class 3A championship and a 31-1 record. Nyander scored 20 points in the championship game and recorded 11 steals in two Show-Me Showdown games (photo by Greg Sanders, Joplin Globe). MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

23 Show-Me Showdown All-Time Girls Individual Records (all games) Single-Game Records Scoring 41, Kim Scoggin, Hickman Mills vs. Lee s Summit, 1986, 4A Semifinal 41, Brandie Roberts, Northeast vs. Macks Creek, 2008, Class 1 Semifinal *40, Angie Bonner, Southwest (St. Louis) vs. Truman, 1981, 4A Final 40, Stephanie Studanski, Gainesville vs. Crest Ridge, 2005, Class 2 3rd 39, Michelle Holman, Dadeville vs. Atlanta, 1997, 1A 3rd-place 38, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy vs. Truman, 1996, 4A 3rd-place 38, Bethany Orendorff, Doniphan vs. Duchesne, 2001, 3A Semifinal 37, Shatonya Fort, Scott Co. Central vs. North Shelby, 1992, 1A Final 36, Mary Glaus, Delta vs. Hermitage, 1980, 1A Semifinal 36, Julie Savage, Lutheran (KC) vs. Scott Co. Central, 1988, 1A 3rd-place 36, Colleen Swift, Springfield Catholic vs. North Platte, 1989, 2A Semifinal 36, Richele Dorsey, Clopton vs. St. Joseph Christian, 2003, Class 2 Semi 35, Christine Ochner, Gainesville vs. Scott Co. Central, 1982, 2A Semifinal 35, Teresa Jackson, Monroe City vs. Hartville, 1988, 2A 3rd-place 35, Rachel Stark, St. Teresa s Acad. vs. St. James, 1995, 3A 3rd-place 35, Sonya Daugherty, Hancock vs. California, 2004, Class 3 3rd-place 34, Becky Fly, Purdy vs. Scott Co. Central, 1980, 2A 3rd-place 34, Kim Scamman, Rock Port vs. Gainesville, 1981, 2A 3rd-place 34, Dusty Davis, King City vs. Scott Co. Central, 1987, 1A Semifinal 34, Tonia Harris, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1991, 1A Semifinal 34, Carrie Ragar, Palmyra vs. Plattsburg, 1991, 2A Semifinal 34, Kristin Folkl, St. Joseph s Academy vs. Jefferson City, 1991, 4A Final 34, Renee Garrison, Climax Springs vs. Couch, 2001, 1A Semifinal 34, Kari Koch, Elsberry vs. Notre Dame (Cape Gir.), 2002, 2A Final 33, Stacy Nunn, Marshfield vs. Duchesne, 1988, 3A Final 33, Tina Robbins, Joplin vs. Central (St. Joseph), 1989, 4A Semifinal Scoring, Half 29 (2), Brandie Roberts, Northeast vs. Macks Creek, 2008, Class 1 Semifinal 25 (2), Christine Ochner, Gainesville vs. Scott Central, 1982, 2A Semifinal 25 (2), Kim Scoggin, Hickman Mills vs. Lee's Summit, 1986, 4A Semifinal 25 (1), Tonia Harris, Scott Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1991, 1A Semifinal 25 (2), Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy vs. Truman 1996, 4A 3rd-place 24 (2), Julie Moore, Ladue H. Watkins vs. Lindbergh, 1982, 4A 3rd-place 24 (2) Stephanie Studanski, Gainesville vs. Crest Ridge, 2005, Class 2 3rd 23 (2), Mary Glaus, Delta vs. Hermitage, 1980, 1A Semifinal 23 (1), Colleen Swift, Springfield Catholic vs. N. Platte, 1989, 2A Semifinal *22 (2), Angie Bonner, Southwest (St. Louis) vs. Truman, 1981, Final 22 (1), Teresa Jackson, Monroe City vs. Hartville, 1988, 2A 3rd-place 22 (1), Kenna Walker, New Bloomfield vs. Scott Cent., 1988, 1A Semifinal 22 (1), Carrie Ragar, Palmyra vs. Plattsburg, 1991, 2A Semifinal *22 (2), Tabitha Harris, Scott Co. Central vs. Rich Hill, 1993, 1A Final 22 (2), Michelle Holman, Dadeville vs. Atlanta, 1997, 1A 3rd-place 22 (2), Bethany Orendorff, Doniphan vs. Duchesne, 2001, 3A Semifinal *22 (1), Jenna Armstrong, Stockton vs. Notre Dame (Cape), 2001, 2A Final *22 (1), Kari Koch, Elsberry vs. Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) 2002, 2A Final Total Field Goals *18, Angie Bonner, Southwest (St. Louis) vs. Truman, 1981, 4A Final 17, Kim Scamman, Rock Port vs Gainesville, 1981, 2A 3rd-place 17, Stephanie Studanski, Gainesville vs. Crest Ridge, 2005, Class 2 3rd 16, Colleen Swift, Springfield Catholic vs. North Platte, 1989, 2A Semifinal 16, Shatonya Fort, Scott Co. Central vs. North Shelby, 1992, 1A Final 16, Renee Garrison, Climax Springs vs. Couch, 2001, 1A Semifinal 15, Caroline Drain, St. Joseph s Academy vs. Union, 1979, 3A Semifinal 15, Mary Glaus, Delta vs. Hermitage, 1980, 1A Semifinal 15, Brenetta Blissett, Scott Co. Central vs. Rock Port, 1981, 2A Semifinal 15, Sylvia Johnson, Scott Co. Central vs. Gainesville, 1982, 2A Semifinal 15, Kim Scoggin, Hickman Mills vs. Lee s Summit, 1986, 4A Semifinal Field Goal Attempts *32, Tabitha Harris, Scott Co. Central vs. Rich Hill, 1993, 1A Final 31, Christine Ochner, Gainesville vs. Scott Co. Central, 1982, 2A Semifinal 31, Sandy Cummings, Smithville vs. Mount Vernon, 1985, 2A 3rd-place 31, Tonia Harris, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1991, 1A Semifinal 30, Johnita Fort, Scott Co. Central vs. Meadville, 1995, 1A Final 30, Kari Koch, Elsberry vs. East Newton, 2001, 2A 3rd-place 28, Brenda Gilliam, Paris vs. Scott Co. Central, 1980, 2A Semifinal 28, Kari Koch, Elsberry vs. Notre Dame (Cape Gir.), 2002, 2A Final 28, Sonya Daugherty, Hancock vs. California, 2004, Class 3 3rd-place 27, Becky Fly, Purdy vs. Scott Co. Central, 1980, 2A 3rd-place 27, Paulette Monroe, Central (KC) vs. Duchesne, 1988, 3A Semifinal Field Goal Pct. (minimum 10 att.) *.941 (16-17), Shatonya Fort, Scott Central vs. N. Shelby, 1992, 1A Final.909 (10-11), Kim Ware, Brentwood vs. Smithville, 1984, 2A Semifinal.909 (10-11), Linda Schmitz, NE Nodaway vs. Rich Hill, 1985, 1A Semi.900 (9-10), Rachel Seymour, ND de Sion vs. Doniphan, 2001, 3A Final.857 (12-14), Tina Dixon, Paseo vs. Truman, 1982, 4A Final.824 (14-17), Lana Unnewehr, Nw Bloomfield vs. Wheaton, 1986, 1A Final.818 (9-11), Julie Hersh, NE Nodaway vs. Wheeling, 1975, 1A Final.818 (9-11), Yvette Buhling, Santa Fe vs. Wheaton, 1986, 1A Semifinal.818 (9-11), Lashaun Denson, Central (KC) vs. Festus, 1988, 3A 3rd-pl..818 (9-11), Sandra Cunningham, Marionville vs. Eskridge, 1991, 2A Semi.818 (9-11), Rebecca Below, Delta vs. Worth Co., 2003, Class 1 3rd-pl. Three-Point Field Goals *8, Kellie Noyes, Glendale vs. Jackson, 1996, 4A Final 7, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy vs. Glendale, 1996, 4A Semifinal 7, Michelle Holman, Dadeville vs. Atlanta, 1997, 1A 3rd-place 7, Tessa Thurman, Atlanta vs. Dadeville, 1997, 1A 3rd-place 7, Callie Widel, Ozark vs. Jennings, 2005, Class 4 Semifinal 7, Meghan Lewis, McCleur South-Berkely, 2008, Class 4 Semifinal 6, Melissa Grider, Marshfield vs. Perryville, 1991, 3A Semifinal 6, Brooke Hogue, Albany vs. Newburg, 2000, 1A 3rd-place 6, Cheratin Dunn, Marshfield vs. Visitation Acad., 2002, 3A Semifinal 6, Richele Dorsey, Clopton vs. St. Joseph Christ., 2003, Class 2 Semifinal 6, Cassie Lewis, Chadwick vs. DeKalb, 2005, Class 1 Semifinal 6, Courtney Lauer, Lutheran South vs. Duchesne, 2006, Class 4 3rd-place Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 18, Tessa Thruman, Atlanta vs. Dadeville, 1997, 1A 3rd-place 17, Morgan Williams, Blue Sprgs. vs. St. Joseph's, 1999, 4A, Semifinal 17, Elizabeth Wilson, Walnut Grove vs. Mound City, 2004, Class 1 Semi 15, Tessa Thurman, Atlanta vs. Greenwood, 1997, 1A Semifinal 15, Sammy Jo Pierce, DeKalb vs. Leeton, 2005, Class 1 3rd-place *14, Melissa Grider, Marshfield vs. Visitation Acad, 1991, 3A Final 14, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy vs. Glendale, 1996, 4A Semifinal 14, Michelle Holman, Dadeville vs. Atlanta, 1997, 1A 3rd-place 14, Samantha Yates, Clopton vs. Westran, 2007, Class 2 Semifinal 13, Nicole Mittie, Blue Springs vs. St. Joseph s, 1991, 4A Semifinal 13, Kellie Noyes, Glendale vs. Jackson, 1996, 4A Final 13, Brooke Hogue, Albany vs. Newburg, 2000, 1A 3rd-place 13, Megan Nyquist, Lee's Summit vs. Incarnate Word, 2004, Class 5 3rd 13, Jaleshia Roberson, Hickman Mills vs. St. Teresa's Academy, 2008, Class 5 3rd 3-Point FG Pct. (minimum 6 att.).750 (6-8), Cheratin Dunn, Marshfield vs. Visitation Acad., 2002, 3A Semi.750 (6-8) Richele Dorsey, Clopton vs. St. Joe. Christ., 2003, Class 2 3rd.700 (7-10), Callie Widel, Ozark vs. Jennings, 2005, Class 4 Semifinal.667 (6-9), Melissa Grider, Marshfield vs. Perryville, 1991, 3A Semifinal.667 (4-6), Kim Mahn, DeSoto vs. Central (Cape Gir.), 1989, 4A Semi.667 (4-6), Jenny Cirtin, Kickapoo vs. Blue Springs, 1999, 4A, 3rd-place.667 (4-6), Jenna Leet, Jackson vs. Lee's Summit North, 2001, 4A 3rd.667 (4-6), Renea Williams, Stoutland vs. St. Joseph Christ., 2004, 2 3rd.667 (4-6), Tiffany Coppage, Lincoln Acad. vs. St. James, 2005, 4 Semi.667 (4-6), Katie Bond, Ozark vs. Lee's Summit West, 2006, Class 4 Semi Note: Niele Ivey of Cor Jesu Acad. went 5-5 vs. Truman in the A 3rd-place game. Renee Kertz of Notre Dame (St. Louis) went 5-5 vs. Notre Dame de Sion in 2008 Class 4 semifinal. Free Throws 15, Mary Helen Walker, Visitation vs. McDonald Co., 1987, 3A Semifinal 15, Teresa Jackson, Monroe City vs. Hartville, 1988, 2A 3rd-place *15, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Acad. vs. Park Hill, 1995, 4A Final 15, Tara Mitchem, Glendale vs. Cor Jesu Acad., 1996, 4A Semifinal *15, Heather Ezell, Kickapoo vs. Lee's Summit, 2005, Class 5 Final 15, Casey Garrison, Bolivar vs. St. Dominic, 2007, Class 4 3rd-place 14, Bethany Orendorff, Doniphan vs. Duchesne, 2001, 3A Semifinal 14, Cheratin Dunn, Marshfield vs. St. James, 2002, 3A 3rd-place 13, Christine Ochner, Gainesville vs. Sherwood, 1982, 2A 3rd-place 13, Ruth Gipson, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1989, 1A 3rd-place 13, Jayme Davis, Appleton City vs. Atlanta, 1998, 1A Final 13, Jayme Davis, Appleton City vs. Norwood, 1998, 1A Semifinal Free Throw Attempts 20, Christine Ochner, Gainesville vs. Sherwood, 1982, 2A 3rd-place 20, Tonia Harris, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1989, 1A 3rd-place 19, Jill Esely, Savannah vs. Marshfield, 1998, 3A Semifinal 19, Mary Helen Walker, Visitation vs. McDonald Co., 1987, 3A Semifinal 18, Teresa Jackson, Monroe City vs. Hartville, 1988, 2A 3rd-place 18, Ruth Gipson, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1989, 1A 3rd-place *18, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy vs. Park Hill, 1995, 4A Final 17, Arletha Lewis, Eskridge vs. Plattsburg, 1991, 2A 3rd-place 17, Bethany Orendorff, Doniphan vs. Duchesne, 2001, 3A Semifinal 17, Yvonne Anderson, Hickman vs. Normandy, 2007, Class 5 3rd-place 17, Casey Garrison, Bolivar vs. St. Dominic, 2007, Class 4 3rd-place Free Throw Pct. (minimum 9 att.) (11-11), Sonya Daugherty, Hancock vs. Calif., 2004, Class 3 3rd (11-11), Abby Creed, Walnut Grove vs. Cairo, 2007, Class 1 Semi (10-10), Karen Dolan, Hartville vs. Eskridge, 1996, 2A 3rd-place (10-10), Molly Thompson, Monroe City vs. St. Pius X, 2000, 2A Semi *1.000 (10-10), Jenna Armstrong, Stockton vs. ND (Cape), 2001, 2A Final (10-10), Kyla Burns, Stockton vs. Lutheran, 2003, Class 2 Semi (9-9), Kristin Kinker, Troy Buchanan vs. Monett, 1986, 3A 3rd-place (9-9), Michele Harkrader, Rich Hill vs. Lutheran (KC), 1988, 1A Semi (9-9), Monica Steinhoff, Duchesne vs. Central (KC), 1988, 3A Semi (9-9), Ashley Millham, ND (Cape) vs. Duchesne, 2003, Class 4 Final (9-9), Casey Kraft, Nerinx Hall vs. Incarnate Word, 2005, Class 5 3rd.938 (15-16), Tara Mitchem, Glendale vs. Cor Jesu Acad, 1996, 4A Semi.938 (15-16), Heather Ezell, Kickapoo vs. Lee's Summit, 2005, 5 Final Rebounds *23, Stacy Nunn, Marshfield vs. Duchesne, 1988, 3A Final 21, Nancy Brandt, Fairfax vs. Northwestern (Mendon), 1980, 1A Semifinal 21, Marian Fitzsimmons, Macon vs. Maryville, 1981, 3A 3rd-place 21, Virginia Blissett, Scott Co. Central vs. Salisbury, 1982, 2A Final 21, Tonya Harry, Brentwood vs. Bishnop LeBlond, 1986, 2A 3rd-place 21, Shatonya Fort, Scott Central vs. Wellington-Nap., 1993, 1A Semifinal 21, Jessy Fletcher, Atlanta vs. Greenwood, 1997, 1A Semifinal 21, Kaci Sargent, Meadville vs. Macks Creek, 2008, Class 1 3rd-place 20, Lana Unnewehr, New Bloomfield vs Scott Co Cent. 1985, 1A Semifinal 20, Carrie Ragar, Palmyra vs. Plattsburg, 1991, 2A Semifinal 20, Courtney Murdock, Oak Grove vs. Marshfield, 1992, 3A Semifinal 20, Brandi Cantrell, Meadville vs. Wellington-Napoleon, 1994, 1A 3rd-pl. 19, Virginia Blissett, Scott Co. Central vs. Gainesville, 1982, 2A Semifinal 19, Raegan Scott, Visitation Acad. vs. Fredericktown, 1990, 3A 3rd-place 19, Sherry Myers, Troy Buchanan vs. Perryville, 1992, 3A Semifinal 19, April McKinney, Incarnate Word Ac. vs. Marshfield, 1996, 3A Semifinal 19, Robyn Bauer, Cole Camp vs. Eskridge, 1993, 2A Semifinal 19, Brittany Mannings, Duchesne vs. ND (Cape), 2003, Class 4 Final 19, Melanie Stokes, St. Joseph Christian vs. Stoutland, 2004, Class 2 3rd Assists 13, Deaven Omohundro, Clopton vs. Osceola, 2007, Class 2 3rd-place *12, Krista Ratliff, Salisbury vs. Springfield Catholic, 1989, 2A Final 12, Courtney Swift, Springfield Catholic vs North Platte, 1989, 2A Semi 11, Renee Temple, Glendale vs. Lee s Summit, 1983, 4A Semifinal 11, Michele Harkrader, Rich Hill vs. Lutheran (KC), 1988, 1A Semifinal 11, Dawn Blaise, North Shelby vs. Scott Co. Central, 1990, 1A Final 11, Allison Murphy, Marionville vs. Palmyra, 1991, 2A Final 11, Erica Grimaldi, Notre Dame de Sion vs. Visitation Acad., 2002, 3A Final 10, Melody Howard, Marshfield vs. Duchesne, 1988, 3A Final 10, Kim Yancey, Holden vs. Monroe City, 1988, 2A Semifinal 10, Nichole Henry, Scott Co. Central vs. Jefferson, 1990, 1A Semifinal 10, Jobie Jefferies, Wellington-Napoleon vs. Rich Hill, 1992, 1A 3rd-place 10, Kim Woodruff, St. James vs. St. Teresa s Ac., 1995, 3A 3rd-place 10, Jenny Elsea, Brashear vs. Worth County, 2003, Class 1 Semifinal Blocked Shots 8, Katie Dierdorf, Visitation Academy vs. Marshfield, 2002, 3A Semifinal *8, Brittany Mannings, Duchesne vs. ND (Cape), 2003 Class 4 Final 8, Linsay Henke, Blair Oaks vs. Doniphan, 2006, Class 3 Semifinal 7, Lana Unnewehr, New Bloomfield vs. Princeton, 1987, 1A Semifinal 7, Colleen Swift, Springfield Catholic vs. North Platte, 1989, 2A Semifinal 7, Nicole Kaullen, Wellington-Napoleon vs. North Shelby, 1993, 1A 3rd 7, Brandi Cantrell, Meadville vs. Wellington-Napoleon, 1994, 1A 3rd-pl. 7, Lashonda Albert, Eskridge vs. Warsaw, 1994, 2A Final 7, April McKinney, Incarnate Word Acad. vs. Helias, 1995, 3A Final 7, Jo Lahman, East Newton vs. Stockton, 2001, 2A Semifinal 7, Lauren Harris, Hickman vs. Gateway, 2002, 4A Semifinal 7, Megan Butler, Skyline vs. Clopton, 2003, Class 2 Final 7, Lauren Harris, Hickman vs. Lee's Summit, 2004, Class 5 Semifinal Steals 12, Sharon Gruber, Paris vs. Scott Co. Central, 1980, 2A Semifinal 10, Dewella Holliday, Monroe City vs. St. Pius X (KC), 2000, 2A Semifinal 10, Robniesha Wood, Hazelwood East vs. Normandy, 2007, Class 5 Semi 9, Irenetta Henley, Cleveland (St. Louis) vs. Fort Zumwalt, 1983, 4A Semi 9, Kelsey Luna, St. Joseph's Ac. vs. Incarnate Word, 2004, Class 5 Semi 9, Casey Garrison, Bolivar vs. St. Dominic, 2007, Class 4 3rd-place 8, Kelly Anderson, Archie vs. Springfield Catholic, 1983, 1A Semifinal 8, Arletha Lewis, Eskridge vs. Plattsburg, 1991, 2A 3rd-place 8, Carly Deer, Warrensburg vs. Central (NM Co.), 1996, 3A Semifinal 8, Kara Rutledge, Stockton vs. Seymour, 2002, 2A 3rd-place 8, Dani Moyer, Brashear vs. Worth County, 2003, Class 1 Semifinal 8, Lauren Williams, St. Joseph Christian vs. Clopton, 2003, Class 2 Semi 8, Kalli Fox, Lutheran (St. Peters) vs. Pembroke Hill, 2005, Class 3 Final (*) indicates Championship game record Two-Game Records Scoring 72, Angie Bonner, Southwest (St. Louis), 1981, Class 4A 63, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy, 1996, Class 4A 63, Michelle Holman, Dadeville, 1997, Class 1A 63, Kari Koch, Elsberry, 2002, Class 2A 62, Christine Ochner, Gainesville, 1982, Class 2A 62, Colleen Swift, Springfield Catholic, 1989, Class 2A 60, Stephanie Sturanski, Gainesville, 2005, Class 2 59, Lashonda Albert, Eskridge, 1994, Class 2A 59, Renee Garrison, Climax Springs, 2001, Class 1A 59, Brandie Roberts, Northeast, 2008, Class 1 57, Lana Unnewehr, New Bloomfield, 1985, Class 1A 57, Kim Scoggin, Hikcman Mills, 1986, Class 4A 57, Kim Mahn, DeSoto, 1989, Class 4A 56, Mary Kalich, Poplar Bluff, 1990, Class 4A 55, Marsha Burton, Marionville, 1991, Class 2A 55, Rachel Stark, St. Teresa s Academy, 1995, Class 3A 54, Julie Savage, Lutheran (Kansas City), 1988, Class 1A 53, Caroline Drain, St. Joseph s Academy, 1979, Class 3A 53, Becky Fly, Purdy, 1980, Class 2A 53, Kim Scamman, Rock Port, 1981, Class 2A 53, Shatonya Fort, Scott Co. Central, 1992, Class 1A Total Field Goals 30, Angie Bonner, Southwest (St. Louis), 1981, Class 4A 27, Colleen Swift, Springfield Catholic, 1989, Class 2A 26, Kim Scamman, Rock Port, 1981, Class 2A 25, Caroline Drain, St. Joseph s Academy, 1979, Class 3A 25, Renee Garrison, Climax Springs, 2001, Class 1A 25, Stephanie Studanski, Gainesville, 2005, Class 2 24, Shatonya Fort, Scott Co. Central, 1992, Class 1A 24, Kari Koch, Elsberry, 2002, Class 2A 23, Brenda Blissett, Scott Co. Central, 1981, Class 2A 23, Lana Unnewehr, New Bloomfield, 1986, Class 1A 23, Carrie Ragar, Palmyra, 1993, Class 2A 23, Lashonda Albert, Eskridge, 1994, Class 2A 23, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy, 1996, Class 4A Field Goal Attempts 58, Lashonda Albert, Eskridge, 1994, Class 2A 76 MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

24 Show-Me Showdown All-Time Girls Individual Records (all games) 55, Sandy Cummings, Smithville, 1985, Class 2A 51, Arletha Lewis, Eskridge, 1991, Class 2A 51, LaShena Graham, William Chrisman, 1993, Class 4A 50, Teresa Baird, Springfield Catholic, 1994, Class 2A 50, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy, 1996, Class 4A 49, Angela Hyde, Springfield Catholic, 1983, Class 1A 49, Kari Koch, Elsberry, 2001, Class 2A 49, Kari Koch, Elsberry, 2002, Class 2A 48, Christine Ochner, Gainesville, 1982, Class 2A 48, Julie Moore, Ladue Horton Watkins, 1982, Class 4A 48, Johnita Fort, Scott Co. Central, 1995, Class 1A 48, Amy Rhea, St. James, 1995, Class 3A Field Goal Pct. (minimum 15 att.).818 (18-22), Stacy Nunn, Marshfield, 1988, Class 3A.810 (17-21), Julie Hersh, Northeast Nodaway, 1975, Class 1A.810 (17-21), Rachel Seymour, Notre Dame de Sion, 2001, Class 3A.800 (12-15), Linda Schmitz, Northeast Nodaway, 1985, Class 1A.800 (16-20), Kim Ware, Brentwood, 1984, Class 2A.762 (16-21), Felicia Chester, Incarnate Word Academy, 2006, Class (22-29), Stacy West, Skyline, 1996, Class 2A.750 (27-36), Colleen Swift, Springfield Catholic, 1989, Class 2A.750 (21-28), Brittany Mannings, Duchesne, 2001, Class 3A.750 (15-20), Kristin Mann, Glendale, 1988, Class 4A Three-Point Field Goals 12, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy, 1996, Class 4A 10, Melissa Grider, Marion C. Early, 1989, Class 1A 10, Tessa Thurman, Atlanta, 1997, Class 1A 10, Brooke Hogue, Albany, 2000, Class 1A 9, Melissa Grider, Marshfield, 1991, Class 3A 9, Michelle Holman, Dadeville, 1997, Class 1A 9, Meghan Lewis, McCluer South-Berkeley, 2008, Class 4 8, Kellie Noyes, Glendale, 1996, Class 4A 8, Morgan Williams, Blue Springs, 1999, Class 4A 8, Jenna Leet, Jackson, 2001, Class 4A 8, Cheratin Dunn, Marshfield, 2002, Class 3A 8, Richel Dorsey, Clopton, 2003, Class 2 8, Kyla Burns, Stockton, 2003, Class 3 8, Callie Widel, Ozark, 2005, Class 4 8, Dekeisha Mathis, Metro (St. Louis), 2007, Class 3 8, Lauren Nolke, Hickman, 2007, Class 5 Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 33, Tessa Thurman, Atlanta, 1997, Class 1A 27, Samantha Yates, Clopton, 2007, Class 2 25, Morgan Williams, Blue Springs, 1999, Class 4A 25, Brooke Hogue, Albany, 2000, Class 1A 25, Elizabeth Wilson, Walnut Grove, 2004, Class 1 24, Michelle Holman, Dadeville, 1997, Class 1A 23, Melissa Grider, Marshfield, 1991, Class 3A 23, Sammy Jo Pierce, DeKalb, 2005, Class 1 21, Jaleshia Roberson, Hickman Mills, 2008, Class 5 20, Nicole Mittie, Blue Springs, 1991, Class 4A 20, Jordan Garrison, Osceola, 2007, Class 2 20, Dekeisha Mathis, Metro, 2008, Class 3 3-Point FG Pct (minimum 10 att.).727 (8-11), Kyla Burns, Stockton, 2003, Class (7-10), Sally Ledbetter, Gainesville, 2005, Class (8-12), Dekeisha Mathis, Metro (St. Louis), 2007, Class (12-19), Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy, 1996, Class 4A.615 (8-13), Cheratin Dunn, Marshfield, 2002, Class 3A.615 (8-13), Callie Widel, Ozark, 2005, Class (10-17), Melissa Grider, Marion C. Early, 1989, Class 1A.538 (7-13), Jenny Still, Drexel, 1995, Class 1A.538 (7-13), Jamie Knierim, Tarkio, 1999, Class 1A.533 (8-15), Jenna Leet, Jackson, 2001, Class 4A.500 (8-16), Richele Dorsey, Clopton, 2003, Class (7-14), Kim Mahn, DeSoto, 1988, Class 4A.500 (6-12), Brandi Cox, Doniphan, 2001, Class 3A.500 (5-10), Kiana Bock, Stockton, 2004, Class (5-10), Tiffany Coppage, Lincoln Prep Academy, 2005, Class 4 Free Throws 26, Jayme Davis, Appleton City, 1998, Class 1A 24, Mary Helen Walker, Visitation Academy, 1987, Class 3A 22, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy, 1995, Class 4A 22, Tara Mitchem, Glendale, 1996, Class 4A 21, Ada Brehe, Hermann, 1987, Class 2A 21, Bethany Orendorff, Doniphan, 2001, Class 3A 20, Christine Ochner, Gainesville, 1982, Class 2A 20, Katherine Kerston, Malta Bend, 1991, Class 1A Free Throw Attempts 30, Christine Ochner, Gainesville, 1982, Class 2A 30, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy, 1995, Class 4A 30, Kelsey Wolfe, DeKalb, 2006, Class 1 29, Mary Helen Walker, Visitation Academy, 1987, Class 3A 29, Jayme Davis, Appleton City, 1998, Class 1A 28, Ada Brehe, Hermann, 1987, Class 2A 27, Jonette Dixon, Putnam County, 1992, Class 2A 25, Michelle Mobley, Mt. Vernon, 1985, Class 2A 25, Stephanie Williams, Wheaton, 1986, Class 1A 25, Tara Mitchem, Glendale, 1996, Class 4A 25, Bethany Orendorff, Doniphan, 2001, Class 3A Free Throw Pct. (minimum 12 att.) (15-15), Jenna Armstrong, Stockton, 2001, Class 2A (15-15), Casey Kraft, Nerinx Hall, 2005, Class (14-14), Shari Black, Clopton, 1987, Class 1A (13-13), Kyla Burns, Stockton, 2003, Class (12-12), Ashley Millham, Notre Dame (Cape Gir.), 2003, Class (12-12), Casey Garrison, Bolivar, 2008, Class (17-18), Heather Ezell, Kickapoo, 2005, Class (14-15), Kristin Osborn, Brashear, 2003, Class (14-15), Taylor Smith, Delta, 2008, Class (13-14), Stacey Sisco, Chadwick, 2005, Class (12-13), Gena Valli, Rosati-Kain, 1976, Class 2A.923 (12-13), Krystal Bennett, Couch, 2001, Class 1A.923 (12-13), Kayla Rice, Westran, 2007, Class 2 Rebounds 40, Virginia Blissett, Scott Co. Central, 1982, Class 2A 35, Tonya Harry, Brentwood, 1986, Class 2A 35, Brandi Romesburg, Meadville, 1995, Class 1A 34, Shatonya Fort, Scott Co. Central, 1992, Class 1A 33, Anita Rank, Lincoln, 1984, Class 1A 33, Lana Unnewehr, New Bloomfield, 1985, Class 1A 33, Teresa Jackson, Monroe City, 1988, Class 2A 33, Stacy Nunn, Marshfield, 1988, Class 3A 33, Brandi Cantrell, Meadville, 1994, Class 1A 32, Carrie Ragar, Palmyra, 1991, Class 2A 32, April McKinney, Incarnate Word Academy, 1996, Class 3A 32, Brittany Mannings, Duchesne, 2001, Class 3A 31, Kelly May, Kickapoo, 1975, Class AA 31, Paulette Monroe, Central (Kansas City), 1988, Class 3A 31, Jill Unnerstall, St. Francis Borgia, 1998, Class 3A 31, Megan Butler, Skyline, 2003, Class 2 31, Jenna Mueller, South Shelby, 2008, Class 3 Assists 18, Deaven Omohundro, Clopton, 2007, Class 2 17, Kim Yancey, Holden, 1988, Class 2A 17, Krista Ratliff, Salisbury, 1989, Class 2A 17, Dawn Blaise, North Shelby, 1990, Class 1A 17, Natalie Mottesheard, Marshfield, 1998, Class 3A 16, Courtney Swift, Springfield Catholic, 1989, Class 2A 16, Allison Murphy, Marionville, 1991, Class 2A 15, Renee Temple, Glendale, 1983, Class 4A 15, Julie Crowell, Santa Fe, 1987, Class 1A 15, Michele Harkrader, Rich Hill, 1988, Class 1A Blocked Shots 11, Brandi Cantrell, Meadville, 1994, Class 1A 11, April McKinney, Incarnate Word Academy, 1995, Class 3A 11, Jo Lahman, East Newton, 2001, Class 2A 11, Lauren Harris, Hickman, 2002, Class 4A 11, Megan Butler, Skyline, 2003, Class 2 11, Lauren Harris, Hickman, 2004, Class 5 10, Lana Unnewehr, New Bloomfield, 1986, Class 1A 10, Valerie Tullos, Chillicothe, 1994, Class 3A 10, Brittany Mannings, Duchesne, 2003, Class 4 10, Maria Bratcher, Jennings, 2005, Class 4 10, Michelle Anderson, North Platte, 2006, Class 2 10, Linsay Henke, Blair Oaks, 2006, Class 3 Steals 14, Dewella Holliday, Monroe City, 2000, Class 2A 12, Sharon Gruber, Paris, 1980, Class 2A 12, Irenetta Henley, Cleveland (St. Louis), 1983, Class 4A 12, Traci Jermain, Jefferson, 1997, Class 1A 12, Natalie Mottesheard, Marshfield, 1999, Class 3A 12, Renee Garrison, Climax Springs, 2000, Class 1A 12, Kristin Osborn, Brashear, 2003, Class 1 12, Casey Garrison, Bolivar, 2007, Class 4 12, Robniesha Wood, Hazelwood East, 2007, Class 5 11, Mendy Chandler, Truman, 1981, Class 4A 11, Kelly Anderson, Archie, 1983, Class 1A 11, Suzanne Nyander, McDonald County, 1983, Class 3A 11, Sandy Cummings, Smithville, 1985, Class 2A 11, Teri Mabe, Kickapoo, 1985, Class 4A 11, Lana Unnewehr, New Bloomfield, 1986, Class 1A 11, Julie Pinson, Lee s Summit, 1988, Class 4A 11, Michelle Mikkelson, Marshfield, 1992, Class 3A 11, Nicole Wall, Cor Jesu Academy, 1996, Class 4A Kristin Folkl closed out her prep career at St. Joseph's Academy by posting 24 points, 14 rebounds and 8 assists in the 1994 finals against Kickapoo (photo by Post-Dispatch). 11, Tiffany Charlton, Macks Creek, 2002, Class 1A 11, Lauren Williams, St. Joseph Christian, 2003, Class 2 11, Kelsey Luna, St. Joseph's Academy, 2004, Class 5 11, Moneshia Davis, Metro (St. Louis), 2006, Class 2 Four-Game Playoff Records Scoring 144, Kari Koch, Elsberry, 2002, Class 2A 123, Kim Scamman, Rock Port, 1981, Class 2A 121, Angelina Bonner, Southwest (St. Louis), 1981, Class 4A 120, LaShonda Albert, Eskridge, 1994, Class 2A 120, Kari Koch, Elsberry, 2001, Class 2A 118, Niele Ivey, Cor Jesu Academy, 1996, Class 4A 118, Michelle Holman, Dadeville, 1997, Class 1A 118, Renee Garrison, Climax Springs, 2001, Class 1A 118, Sonja Daugherty, Hancock, 2004, Class 3 111, Tina Dixon, Paseo, 1982, Class 4A 109, LaShonda Albert, Eskridge, 1993, Class 2A 108, Mary Kalich, Poplar Bluff, 1990, Class 4A 107, Krystal Bennett, Couch, 2001, Class 1A 106, Kim Mahn, DeSoto, 1989, Class 4A 106, Shantonya Fort, Scott Co. Central, 1992, Class 1A 106, Casey Garrison, Bolivar, 2007, Class 4 105, Kim Scroggin, Hickman Mills,1986, Class 4A 105, Bethany Orendorff, Doniphan, 2001, Class 3A 104, Semona Hawkins, Scott Co. Central, 1981, Class 2A 104, Dusty Davis, King City, 1987, Class 1A 104, Jennifer Bowen, St. James, 2005, Class 4 102, Julie Savage, Lutheran (Kansas City), 1988, Class 1A 102, Rachel Stark, St. Teresa's Academy, 1995, Class 3A 101, Caroline Drain, St. Joseph's Academy, 1979, Class 3A 101, Michelle Horneker, Perryville, 1986, Class 3A 101, Carrie Ragar, Palmyra, 1991, Class 2A 101, Cheratin Dunn, Marshfield, 2002, Class 3A "Double Trouble" Schools that Have Won MSHSAA Boys and Girls Basketball Titles in the Same Season Year Class School Boys Record Girls Record 1979 Class 3A Central (Kansas City) Class 1A Scott County Central Class 1A Scott County Central Class 1A Scott County Central Class 1A Scott County Central Class 5 Kickapoo MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

25 Show-Me Showdown All-Time Girls Team Records (all games) Single-Game Records Scoring 97, Scott Co. Central vs. Gainesville, 1982, 2A Semifinal 91, Holden vs. Monroe City, 1988, 2A Semifinal 90, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1991, 1A Semifinal 88, Scott Co. Central vs. Rich Hill, 1992, 1A Semifinal 86, Marshfield vs. Perryville, 1991, 3A Semifinal *86, Meadville vs. Scott Co. Central, 1995, 1A Final 85, Scott Co. Central vs. Salisbury, 1982, 2A Final 85, Rich Hill vs. Lutheran (Kansas City), 1988, 1A Semifinal 85, Scott Co. Central vs. North Shelby, 1992, 1A Final 85, Savannah vs. Marshfield, 1998, 3A Semifinal 84, Visitation Academy vs. Fredricktown, 1990, 3A 3rd-place 84, Oak Grove vs. Fredricktown, 1990, 3A Semifinal 82, Duchesne vs. Central (Kansas City), 1988, 3A Semifinal 82, Marionville vs. Eskridge, 1991, 2A Semifinal Scoring, Half 53 (1), Scott Co. Central vs. Gainesville, 1982, 2A Semifinal 53 (2), Rich Hill vs. Lutheran (Kansas City), 1988, 1A Semifinal 51 (1), Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1991, 1A Semifinal 49 (1), Duchesne vs. Central (Kansas City), 1988, 3A Semifinal 49 (2), Scott Co. Central vs. Rich Hill, 1992, 1A Semifinal 48 (2), Metro (St. Louis) vs. Marion C. Early, 2006, Class 2 Semifinal 47 (1), New Bloomfield vs. Scott Co. Central, 1988, 1A Semifinal *47 (2), Scott Co. Central vs. North Shelby, 1992, 1A Final 46 (1), Holden vs. Monroe City, 1988, 2A Semifinal 46 (1), Oak Grove vs. Fredericktown, 1990, 3A Semifinal 46 (2), Marshfield vs. Perryville, 1991, 3A Semifinal Scoring, Quarter 32 (1), Scott Co. Central vs. Gainesville, 1982, 2A Semifinal 32 (3), Climax Springs vs. Couch, 2001, 1A Semifinal 30 (4), South Nodaway vs. Meadville, 1995, 1A Semifinal 30 (3), Scott Co. Central vs. Rich Hill, 1992, 1A Semifinal 29 (4), Gainesville vs. Scott Co. Central, 1982, 2A Semifinal 29 (1), New Bloomfield vs. Scott Co. Central, 1988, 1A Semifinal 29 (2), Holden vs. Monroe City, 1988, 2A Semifinal 29 (4), Festus vs. Central (Kansas City), 1988, 3A 3rd-place 29 (2), Oak Grove vs. Fredericktown, 1990, 3A Semifinal 29 (3), Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1991, 1A Semifinal Field Goals 47, Scott Co. Central vs. Gainesville, 1982, 2A Semifinal *40, Scott Co. Central vs. Salisbury, 1982, 2A Final 39, Scott Co. Central vs. Rich Hill, 1992, 1A Semifinal 38, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1991, 1A Semifinal 37, Scott Co. Central vs. Rock Port, 1981, 2A Semifinal 37, Meadville vs. Scott Co. Central, 1995, 1A Final 36, Holden vs. Monroe City, 1988, 2A Semifinal 36, Holden vs. Monroe City, 1988, 3A Semifinal 36, Visitation Academy vs. Fredericktown, 1990, 3A 3rd-place 35, Climax Springs vs. Couch, 2001, Class 1A Semifinal Field Goal Attempts *93, Scott Co. Central vs. Meadville, 1995, 1A Final 87, Scott Co. Central vs. Rich Hill, 1993, 1A Final 84, Scott Co. Central vs. Gainesville, 1982, 2A Semifinal 81, Scott Co. Central vs. Salisbury, 1982, 2A Final 81, Palmyra vs. Plattsburg, 1991, 2A Semifinal 79, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1991, 1A Semifinal 78, Scott Co. Central vs. Rich Hill, 1992, 1A Semifinal 77, Meadville vs. Scott Co. Central, 1995, 1A Final 75, Stockton vs. John Burroughs, 2003, Class 3 Final 74, William Chrisman vs. Northwest (Cedar Hill), 1993, 4A 3rd-place Field Goal Pct..694 (25-36), Troy Buchanan vs. Monett, 1986, 3A 3rd-place.689 (31-45), Savannah vs. Marshfield, 1998, 3A Semifinal.675 (27-40), New Bloomfield vs. Princeton, 1986, 1A Semifinal.667 (12-18), Eureka vs. Marshfield, 1997, 3A Semifinal *.634 (26-41), New Bloomfield vs. Wheaton, 1986, 1A Final.632 (31-49), St. Joseph s Academy vs. Kickapoo, 1994, 4A Final.625 (25-40), Kickapoo vs. St. Teresa s Academy, 1987, 4A Final.622 (28-45), Marionville vs. Eskridge, 1991, 2A Semifinal.620 (23-37), Santa Fe vs. Wheaton, 1986, 1A Semifinal.613 (19-31), St. Joseph's Academy vs. Hickman, 2004, Class 5 Final Three-Point Field Goals 14, Atlanta vs. Dadeville, 1997, 1A 3rd-place 11, Stockton vs. California, 2004, Class 3 Semifinal 11, Gainesville vs. Clopton, 2005, Class 2 Semifinal *10, Stockton vs. John Burroughs, 2003, Class 3 Final 9, Drexel vs. South Nodaway, 1995, 1A 3rd-place 9, Bishop DuBourg vs. Visitation Academy, 2000, 3A 3rd-place 9, Clopton vs. St. Joseph Christian, 2003, Class 2 Semifinal 9, Ozark vs. Jennings, 2005, Class 4 Semifinal 9, Clopton vs. Gainesville, 2005, Class 2 Semifinal 9, Lutheran South vs. Duchsne, 2006, Class 4 3rd-place 9, Clopton vs. Osceola, 2007, Class 2 3rd-place Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 39, Atlanta vs. Dadeville, 1997, 1A 3rd-place *33, Stockton vs. John Burroughs, 2003, Class 3 Final 32, Silex vs. Delta, 2006, Class 1 3rd-place 30, Walnut Grove vs. Mound City, 2004, Class 1 Semifinal 30, Stockton vs. California, 2004, Class 3 Semifinal 27, Blue Springs vs. St. Joseph's Academy, 1999, 4A Semifinal 27, Clopton vs. Osceola, 2007, Class 2 3rd-place 26, Bishop DuBourg vs. Visitation Academy, 2000, 3A 3rd-place 26, Marshfield vs. Duchesne, 2001, Class 3A 3rd-place 24, Stoutland vs. St. Joseph Christian, 2003, Class 2 3rd-place Game 24, Benton (St. Joseph) vs. Duchesne, 2003, Class 4 Semifinal 24, Westran vs. Clopton, 2007, Class 2 Semifinal 3-Pt. FG Pct. (minimum 8 att.).750 (6-8), Cor Jesu Acad. vs. Truman, 1996, 4A 3rd-place.733 (11-15), Gainesville vs. Clopton, 2005, Class 2 Semifinal.700 (7-10), Republic vs. Owensville, 1994, 3A Semifinal.667 (6-9), Marshfield vs. Perryville, 1991, 3A Semifinal *.625 (5-8), DeSoto vs. Lee s Summit, 1988, 4A Final.625 (5-8), John Burroughs vs. East Newton, 2000, 2A Semifinal *.625 (5-8), Tarkio vs. Crest Ridge, 1999, 1A Final Free Throws 28, Gainesville vs. Sherwood, 1982, 2A 3rd-place 28, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield 1989, 1A 3rd-place 27, Visitation Academy vs. Benton (St. Joseph), 1991, 3A Semifinal *27, Nixa vs. Savannah, 2000, 3A Final 26, McDonald County vs. O Hara, 1987, 3A 3rd-place 26, Marionville vs. Eskridge, 1991, 2A Semifinal 26, Silex vs. Climax Springs, 2001, 1A Final 25, Kickapoo vs. Lee's Summit, 2005, Class 5 Final 24, Poplar Bluff vs. McCluer North, 1980, 4A Semifinal 24, Truman vs. St. Joseph s Academy, 1981, 4A Semifinal 24, Monroe City vs. St. Pius X (Kansas City), 2000, 2A Semifinal 24, East Newton vs. St. Pius X (Kansas City), 2000, 2A 3rd-Place 24, Stockton vs. Lutheran (St. Peters), 2003, Class 3 Semifinal 24, Chadwick vs. New Franklin, 2005, Class 1 Final 24, Marion C. Early vs. North Platte, 2006, Class 2 3rd-place 24, Westran vs. Doniphan, 2006, Class 3 3rd-place Free Throw Attempts 49, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1989, 1A 3rd-place 44, Visitation Academy vs. Benton (St. Joseph), 1991, 3A Semifinal 42, Gainesville vs. Sherwood, 1982, 2A 3rd-place 38, Palmyra vs. Willow Springs, 1984, 2A Semifinal 38, McDonald County vs. O Hara, 1987, 3A 3rd-place 38, Savannah vs. Marshfield, 1998, 3A Semifinal 38, St. Joseph's Academy vs. Blue Springs, 1999, 4A Semifinal 37, Diamond vs. Bishop LeBlond, 1986, 2A Semifinal 36, Marionville vs. Eskridge, 1991, 2A Semifinal *36, Nixa vs. Savannah, 2000, 3A Final *36, Silex vs. Climax Springs, 2001, 1A Final 36, Hancock vs. Springfield Catholic, 2005, Class 3 3rd-place Free Throw Pct. (minimum 10 att.) (13-13), Nerinx Hall vs. Incarnate Word, 2005, Class 5 3rd-place.952 (20-21), Hancock vs. California, 2004, Class 3 3rd-place.929 (13-14), West Plains vs. Truman, 1998, 4A Semifinal.929 (13-14), Incarnate Word vs. Nerinx Hall, 2005, Class 5 3rd-place *.913 (21-23), Paseo vs. Truman, 1982, 4A Final.910 (10-11), Notre Dame (Cape Gir.) vs. Clark Co., 1995, 2A Semifinal.909 (10-11), John Burroughs vs. Stockton, 2003, Class 3 Final.909 (10-11), California vs. Stockton, 2004, Class 3 Semifinal.909 (20-22), Bolivar vs. Notre de Sion, 2008, Class 4 Final.900 (9-10), Stockton vs. East Newton, 2001, 2A Semifinal.895 (17-19), Newburg vs. Marion County, 1999, 1A 3rd-place Rebounds *66, Scott Co. Central vs. Salisbury, 1982, 2A Final 62, Scott Co. Central vs. Gainesville, 1982, 2A Semifinal 62, Meadville vs. Scott Co. Central, 1995, 1A Final 60, Central (New Madrid Co.) vs. Warrensburg, 1996, 3A Semifinal 59, Northwest (House Springs.) vs. William Chrisman, 1993, 4A 3rd-place 58, Kickapoo vs. South Shelby, 1975, AA 3rd-place 57, Brentwood vs. Bishop LeBlond, 1986, 2A 3rd-place 57, Scott Co. Central vs. Wellington-Napoleon, 1993, 1A Semifinal 57, Drexel vs. Scott Co. Central, 1995, 1A Semifinal 57, Fairfax vs. Northwestern (Mendon), 1980, 1A Semifinal 57, Duchesne vs. Marshfield, 2001, 3A 3rd-place 56, Incarnate Word Acad. vs. Republic, 1993, 3A 3rd-place 55, Scott Co. Central vs.clopton, 1987, 1A Final 55, Scott Co. Central vs. New Bloomfield, 1989, 1A 3rd-place Assists 24, Scott Co. Central vs. Gainesville, 1982, 2A Semifinal 23, Springfield Catholic vs. North Platte, 1989, 2A Semifinal 22, Marionville vs. Eskridge, 1991, 2A Semifinal *22, St. Joseph s Academy vs. Kickapoo, 1994, 4A Final 21, Rich Hill vs. Lutheran (Kansas City), 1988, 1A Semifinal 21, Salisbury vs. Springfield Catholic, 1989, 2A Final 21, Meadville vs. Scott Co. Central, 1995, 1A Final 20, Republic vs. Owensville, 1994, 3A Semifinal 20, Clark County vs. Mansfield, 1995, 2A Semifinal 20, Marshfield vs. Savannah, 1998, 3A Semifinal 20, Savannah vs. Marshfield, 1998, 3A Semifinal Blocked Shots 12, Central (St. Joseph) vs. Central (Cape Gir.), 1989, 4A 3rd-place *12, Springfield Catholic vs. Brentwood, 1990, 2A Final 11, Springfield Catholic vs. North Callaway, 1990, 2A Semifinal 10, Visitation Academy vs. Fredericktown, 1990, 3A 3rd-place 10, Westran vs. Clopton, 2007, Class 2 Semifinal 9, New Bloomfield vs. Princeton, 1987, 1A Semifinal 9, Visitation Academy vs. Benton (St.J), 1991, 3A Semifinal 9, Incarnate Word Academy vs. Helias, 1995, 3A Final 9, Hickman vs. Gateway, 2002, 4A Semifinal 9, Skyline vs. Clopton, 2003, Class 2 Final 9, Pembroke Hill vs. Lutheran (St. Peters), 2005, Class 3 Final (ot) 9, Blair Oaks vs. Doniphan, 2006, Class 3 Semifinal Steals 26, Paris vs. Scott Co. Central, 1980, 2A Semifinal 21, Duchesne vs. Central (Kansas City), 1988, 3A Semifinal 21, Monroe City vs. St. Pius X (Kansas City), 2000, 2A Semifinal *20, Hickman Mills vs. McCluer North, 1986, 4A Final 20, Marshfield vs. Troy Buchanan, 1992, 3A 3rd-place 20, Climax Springs vs. Couch, 2001, 1A Semifinal 20, Brashear vs. Worth County, 2003, Class 1 Semifinal 20, Metro (St. Louis) vs. Marion C. Early, 2006, Class 2 Semifinal 19, Central (St. Joseph) vs. Southwest (Kansas City), 1981, 4A Semifinal 19, Truman vs. St. Joseph s Academy, 1981, 4A Semifinal 19, Jefferson vs. Leeton, 1990, 1A 3rd-place 19, Holden vs. Monroe City, 1988, 2A Semifinal 19, Warrensburg vs. Central (New Madrid Co.), 1996, 3A Semifinal 19, Hickman vs. Normandy, 2007, Class 5 3rd-place Margin of Victory *47, Scott Co. Central (85) vs. North Shelby (38), 1992, 1A Final 45, Scott Co. Central (90) vs. New Bloomfield (45), 1991, 1A Semifinal 42, Ozark (56) vs. Jennings (24), 2005, Class 4 Semifinal 39, Troy Buchanan (71) vs. Monett (32), 1986, 3A 3rd-place 39, Walnut Grove (63) vs. Northeast (Cairo) (34), 2007, Class 1 Semifinal 37, Oak Grove (84) vs. Fredericktown (47), 1990, 3A Semifinal 36, Northeast Nodaway (53) vs. Wheeling (17), 1977, 1A Semifinal 36, Scott Co. Central (85) vs. Salisbury (49), 1982, 2A Final 36, Holden (91) vs. Monroe City (38), 1988, 2A Semifinal 36, Republic (73) vs. Owensville (37), 1994, 3A Semifinal (*) indicates Championship game record Two-Game Records Scoring 182, Scott Co. Central, 1982, Class 2A 173, Scott Co. Central, 1992, Class 1A 157, Meadville, 1995, Class 1A 152, Stockton, 2003, Class 3 151, Holden, 1988, Class 2A 147, Marionville, 1991, Class 2A 147, Marshfield, 1991, Class 3A 147, Scott Co. Central, 1995, Class 1A 146, New Bloomfield, 1988, Class 1A 146, Scott Co. Central, 1991, Class 1A 145, Marshfield, 1998, Class 3A 141, Scott Co. Central, 1981, Class 2A 140, Duchesne, 1988, Class 3A 139, Republic, 1994, Class 3A 139, Nixa, 2000, Class 3A Total Field Goals 87, Scott Co. Central, 1982, Class 2A 72, Scott Co. Central, 1992, Class 1A 67, Scott Co. Central, 1981, Class 2A 66, Meadville, 1995, Class 1A 62, Scott Co. Central, 1991, Class 1A 62, Scott Co. Central, 1995, Class 1A 61, Scott Co. Central, 1987, Class 1A 58, Holden, 1988, Class 2A 56, Marshflied, 1991, Class 3A 56, Marshfield, 1998, Class 3A Field Goal Attempts 165, Scott Co. Central, 1982, Class 2A 160, Scott Co. Central, 1993, Class 1A 158, Scott Co. Central, 1995, Class 1A 142, Scott Co. Central, 1991, Class 1A 142, Palmyra, 1991, Class 2A 142, William Chrisman, 1993, Class 4A 137, Scott Co. Central, 1992, Class 1A 137, South Nodaway, 1995, Class 1A 134, Eskridge, 1991, Class 2A 133, Gainesville, 1982, Class 2A 133, Marshfield, 1991, Class 3A 133, Central (New Madrid Co.), 1996, Class 3A Field Goal Percentage.654 (53-81), New Bloomfield, 1986, Class 1A.590 (49-83), Savannah, 1998, Class 3A.579 (55-95), Marionville, 1991, Class 2A.570 (45-79), Santa Fe, 1986, Class 1A.563 (54-96), St. Joseph s Academy, 1993, Class 4A.562 (41-73), Glendale, 1996, Class 4A 78 MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown 2009

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Early, 1989, Class 1A.545 (6-11), Savannah, 1998, Class 3A.545 (6-11), John Burroughs, 2003, Class (9-17), St. Joseph's Academy, 2004, Class (10-20), Republic, 1994, Class 3A.500 (6-12), John Burroughs, 2000, Class 2A.500 (14-28), Gainesville, 2005, Class (8-16), Lutheran (St. Peters), 2005, Class (13-27), Cor Jesu Academy, 1996, Class 4A Free Throws 48, Gainesville, 1982, Class 2A 48, Nixa, 2000, Class 3A 45, Marion C. Early, 2006, Class 2 43, Monroe City, 2000, Class 2A 41, Appleton City, 1998, Class 1A 40, McDonald County, 1987, Class 3A 40, Glendale, 1996, Class 4A 40, Silex, 2001, Class 1A 40, Chadwick, 2005, Class 1 39, Visitation Academy, 1991, Class 3A Free Throw Attempts 72, Gainesville, 1982, Class 2A 69, Nixa, 2000, Class 3A 66, Visitation Academy, 1991, Class 3A 64, Marshfield 1989, Class 3A 63, Hancock, 2005, Class 3 62, Scott Co. Central, 1989, Class 1A 61, Putnam County, 1992, Class 2A 61, Marion C. Early, 2006, Class 2 60, McDonald County, 1987, Class 3A 60, Savannah, 1998, Class 3A Free Throw Pct. (minimum 25 att.).923 (24-26), Newburg, 1999, Class 1A.879 (29-33), Nerinx Hall, 2005, Class (30-36), Stockton, 2001, Class 2A.828 (24-29), McDonald County, 1983, Class 3A.826 (38-46), Kickapoo, 2005, Class (27-33), Paseo, 1982, Class 4A.811 (30-37), Clopton, 1987, Class 1A.806 (25-31), Elsberry, 2002, Class 2A.800 (32-40), Poplar Bluff, 2002, Class 4A.800 (20-25), Westran, 2007, Class 2 Rebounds 128, Scott Co. Central, 1982, Class 2A 109, Scott Co. Central, 1989, Class 1A 105, Scott Co. Central, 1992, Class 1A 103, Brentwood, 1986, Class 2A 102, Scott Co. Central, 1980, Class 2A 102, Meadville, 1995, Class 1A 98, Incarnate Word Academy, 1993, Class 3A 98, Hannibal, 1987, Class 4A 98, Duchesne, 2001, Class 3A 97, Central (New Madrid Co.), 1996, Class 3A 96, Hartville, 1988, Class 2A 96, Northwest (Cedar Hill), 1993, Class 4A 92, Clopton, 2007, Class 2 91, Springfield Catholic, 1983, Class 1A 91, Palmyra, 1986, Class 2A 91, Scott Co. Central, 1987, Class 1A Tonya Harry led Brentwood to three straight Show-Me Showdown appearances from and posted 22 points in the 1985 championship game. (photo by Hyler Cooper). Assists 42, Scott Co. Central, 1982, Class 2A 40, Marionville, 1991, Class 2A 38, North Shelby, 1990, Class 1A 37, Salisbury, 1989, Class 2A 37, St. Joseph s Academy, 1994, Class 4A 37, Meadville, 1995, Class 1A 37, Marshfield, 1998, Class 3A 36, Savannah, 1998, Class 3A 35, St. Joseph s Academy, 1975, Class AA 35, Springfield Catholic, 1989, Class 2A Blocked Shots 23, Springfield Catholic, 1990, Class 2A 17, New Bloomfield, 1986, Class 1A 15, Central (St. Joseph), 1989, Class 4A 15, Incarnate Word Academy, 1995, Class 3A 15, Hickman, 2002, Class 4A 14, Lee s Summit, 1990, Class 4A 14, Skyline, 2003, Class 2 14, Westran, 2007, Class 2 13, Visitation Academy, 1991, Class 3A 13, Blue Springs, 1991, Class 4A 13, St. Joseph s Academy, 1993, Class 4A 13, Chillicothe, 1994, Class 3A 13, Albany, 2000, Class 1A Steals 37, Brashear, 2003, Class 1 36, Truman, 1981, Class 4A 35, Central (St. Joseph), 1981, Class 4A 35, Marshfield, 1999, Class 3A 35, Monroe City, 2000, Class 2A 35, Metro (St. Louis), 2006, Class 2 32, Archie, 1983, Class 1A 32, Hickman Mills, 1986, Class 4A 32, Climax Springs, 2001, Class 1A 31, Southwest (Kansas City), 1981, Class 4A 31, Jefferson, 1997, Class 1A Experimental Hoops Nine MSHSAA regional girls basketball tournaments were held in 1972, prior to the inaugural state tournament in Regional winners were: Harrisburg, Novinger, Bronaugh, North Andrew, North Harrison, Knox County, Wheeling, Cass-Midway and St. Elizabeth Academy. All-Time Show-Me Showdown Team Superlatives Most MSHSAA Championships 7, Scott County Central (1993) 7, Marshfield (1999) 6, Northeast Nodaway (1982) 6, St. Joseph s Academy (2004) 5, Visitation Academy (1987) 5, Kickapoo (2005) 4, Springfield Catholic (1993) 4, Skyline (2004) 4, Pembroke Hill (2006) 3, Hickman Mills (1980) 3, Palmyra (1986) 3, Stockton (2004) (most recent in parentheses) Most Consecutive Championships Won 4, Northeast Nodaway ( ) 4, Marshfield ( ) 4, St. Joseph's Academy ( ) 3, Visitation Academy ( ) 3, Scott County Central ( ) 2, done 11 times Most Show-Me Showdown Appearances (Final Four) 13, Scott County Central (1995) 12, Visitation Academy (2002) 11, Northeast Nodaway (2002) 11, Marshfield (2002) 11, St. Joseph s Academy (2004) 10, Kickapoo (2005) 10, Lee s Summit (2005) 10, Springfield Catholic (2007) 9, Palmyra (1997) 7, Jackson (2003) 7, Incarnate Word Academy (2006) 7, Clopton (2007) (most recent in parentheses) Undefeated MSHSAA Champions Northeast Nodaway, 31-0, one class South Shelby, 30-0, one class Wheeling, 32-0, Class A St. Joseph s Academy, 25-0 AA Northeast Nodaway, 32-0 (1A Penney, 29-0, Class 2A Northeast Nodaway, 32-0, Class 1A Visitation Academy, 30-0, Class 2A Fairfax, 25-0, Class 1A Scott County Central, 31-0, Class 2A Kickapoo, 30-0, Class 4A New Bloomfield, 31-0, Class 1A Holden, 27-0, Class 2A Marshfield, 32-0, Class 3A Jefferson, 31-0, Class 1A Salisbury, 32-0, Class 2A Marshfield, 32-0, Class 3A Marshfield, 32-0, Class 3A Lee s Summit, 30-0, Class 4A Scott County Central, 29-0, Class 1A Oak Grove, 31-0, Class 3A St. Joseph s Academy, 32-0, Class 4A St. Joseph s Academy, 28-0, Class 4A Cor Jesu Academy, 31-0, Class 4A Drexel, 31-0, Class 1A Gateway, 28-0, Class 4A Atlanta, 31-0, Class 1A Tarkio, 32-0, Class 1A Kickapoo, 31-0, Class Brashear, 32-0, Class Clopton, 32-0, Class Benton, 30-0, Class Penney, 32-0, Class 2 MSHSAA Show-Me Showdown

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