High School Boys Basketball

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New Haven Shamrock's Boys High School Basketball

Shamrock Live Updates: Shamrocks unable to make comeback 36-25

Game Final - New Haven 25 Chamois 36

UPDATE - New Haven is with in 6 points just 3:22 left

3rd Quarter - New Haven trails 16-28

Halftime - New Haven still trails 6-18.

Shamrocks have struggled to even get good looks at the basket and committing several turnovers. 

Menke leads Rocks over Linn 32-30

Photo by Lisa Gerlemann

Linn, Mo. – New Haven ended a two game skid on Tuesday, slipping past Linn 32-30.

Ryan Menke led all scores with 15 points on 6-9 shooting from the field, marking Tuesday’s game the tenth time Menke has hit double figures.

New Haven Hall Of Fame Enshrinement Information

Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony will be held Sun., Jan. 29 in Springfield, Mo.  At the ceremony, New Haven High School’s Basketball program will be honored by being one of only two high schools to ever have received this prestigious award.

Many have asked about the details surrounding the events on Jan. 29, below is the information.

New Haven battled North Callaway in third place game bout

Austin Madden maneuvers around the defender, scoring two of his career high 10 points in Saturday's game.

Mokane, Mo. - Saturday the Rocks came in 8-4 to play in the third place game against a good North Callaway team. 

Gerlemann's career high led Rocks past Wildcats - Poor shooting left New Haven playing for third

Pictured left to right: Charlie Tritch and Lance Gerlemann who scored a career high in Tuesday's game.

Mokane, Mo. - New Haven entered last week’s tournament 7-3, having won their first two games since Christmas break.

Photos from today's action at South Callaway

Below are a variety photos from the boys and girls games earlier today at South Callaway High School.

Pictured above:  New Haven's Cheer Leaders get fans on their feet during a time out.

Shamrock Basketball Updates - Final scores from South Callaway

Lance Gerlemann powers it up through two defenders, unable to draw a foul.

Varsity Boys vs North Callaway

New Haven looks for answers

New Haven will play for third place tomorrow in the South Callaway Tournament at 4:30 p.m.

The Rocks began the week with an easy win on Tue. over New Bloomfield 63-32, however last night #6 Montgomery County upset #2 New Haven 37-28.  The Rocks had beaten the Wildcats during the first part of the season back in December.

JV boys lose to Borgia 50-35 in the JV Boys Borgia Tournament

Report by Keith Davis

Washington, Mo. - New Haven's JV boys faced off against the Borgia Knights in tonight's second round match.

The Rocks only trailed by one point (22-21) at halftime but Borgia pulled away in the third, holding New Haven to only two points.

The Rocks will next play on Saturday for third place at 11:20 a.m.  They will face the loser of the Eureka/Pacific game.

Live Update: Shamrocks cruise past New Bloomfield Finial 63-32

7:17 p.m. - Shamrocks win easy, knocking off New Bloomfield, 63-32.

The Rocks will next play on Tues. at 7:30 p.m. against the winner of Harisburg/Montogmery County game.

6:58 p.m. - New Haven extends their lead, holding New Bloomfield to just four points in the third quarter, 48-22

Sweet redemption - Rocks sneak past Washington in overtime 32-31

Pictured above: Kyle Ruediger banks in the jumber for two of a game high 14 points.

Washington, Mo. – Saturday was the first round of Borgia’s annual JV Boys Basketball Tournament.  The Shamrocks came in as the number five seed to face Washington who was seeded fourth.

Shamrocks cruised past Bourbon 54-39

Photo by Julie Scheer

New Haven, Mo - New Haven cruised to their second win in a row last night against Bourbon to improve to 7-3.

Complete game summary later today.

Leath hits game winner - Shamrocks slip past South Callaway 34-32

Ryan Menke hits one of his two field goals in the first quarter, scoring the teams only four points to start off the game.

New Haven, Mo.Ryan Menke came out on fire last night never cooling off, scoring a game high 20 points and marking the sixth time Menke has hit double digits this season.

Three letters out of respect

There is always a rare individual that comes along during one’s life that leaves a life long impression.  For senior basketball player that person came along when he was in fourth grade, Lance Gerlemann said, “That was someone I considered a friend”.

Warrenton stuns New Haven 30-24

Warrenton, Mo – Tuesday night’s game at Warrenton is one New Haven will want to forget.

The Rocks were held to just 24 points and only 2 points in the fourth quarter.

New Haven lead by three with a minute left in the third and had two possessions to make it at least a five point game, but were not able to take advantage.

Ray Steinhoff talks about Hall of Fame induction in a candid interview with QNHN. - Listen to our conversation

New Haven, Mo - This past Nov. the documentary, Tradition of Excellence – 100 Years of New Haven Basketball was unveiled.  After the premier on Fri., Nov. 11, 2011 it was announced that New Haven’s Basketball program would be inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, only the second high school to ever receive such an honor.

JV girls go to overtime - Correction on Varsity boys result - Warrenton wins in stunning upset.

Montgomery City, Mo. - (Scores and information provided by Kent Vedder) The JV girls fell short in a thrilling overtime game, 20-19.

After one quarter of play New Haven lead 0-2 and went into half time with a five point lead. (7-12)  The Rocks went scoreless in the third, clinging to a two point lead, 10-12.

New Haven rocks Owensville Friday night 34-55.

Pictured above: Ryan Menke helps to break Owensville's press during the second half.

New Haven knocks off Owensville 34-54 - Listen to Friday nights game

A tough loss to swallow -- Sullivan defeats New Haven 32-34

New Haven, Mo. - Sullivan came out scoring the first five points, leading from start to finish, led by sophmore guard, Justin Biermann scoring a team high 12 points.  Lance Gerlemann led the Rocks also scoring 12 points.

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