2005 Rotary Shoot-Out Information Page

Mineral Area College Rotary Shoot-Out Dec. 10, 2005
Type Teams
12:00 pm
Women Farmington vs. Oakville
1:30 pm
Women #15 Mineral Area College vs. Shawnee (IL)
3:30 pm
Men North County (Bonne Terre) vs. Sullivan
5:00 pm
Men Central (Park Hills) vs. St. Clair
6:30 pm
Men Farmington vs. Borgia
8:00 pm
Men #8 Mineral Area College vs. #3 Indian Hills (IA)


Mineral Area College would like to thank the St. Francios County Rotary Club for hosting their annual basketball Shootout at the Bob Secrest Fieldhouse on campus at Park Hills.  This is the 47th season the Rotary Club has sponsored this event.   The Shootout was a great success last year and is an exciting event for the college and the entire community.

This season's event features three nationally ranked junior college basketball teams.  The MAC women are ranked #15 in the country and will play host to Shawnee (Ullin, IL) at 1:30pm.  The Cardinals beat the Saints 92-75 on the road last week behind Mayra Rios' 16 points.  The MAC men dropped from #2 to #8 in the national poll this week after their first loss of the season to Indian Hills (Ottumwa, IA) on Friday 74-54.  Curtis Muse had 21 against the #3 Warriors who will try to beat MAC for the second time in 8 days at 8:00pm.  The Cards beat IHCC last season in OT at the shoot-out.

The Farmington women's high school basketball team is off to a 3-0 start and is led by Briley Milfeld (14.5 PPG) and Sydney Winslow (11.4 PPG).  The Knights will host Oakville (2-1) in the first game at 12:00 noon.  North County's boys (0-1) will host Sullivan (2-3) at 3:30pm in the first of three local boys high school games.  Park Hills Central (3-2) will host St. Clair (2-2) at 5:00pm.  The Rebels are led by Forsythe at 17.5 PPG and Beard with 10.5 PPG, while St. Clair is led by Johnson at 19.3 PPG.  In the 6:30 feature game, Farmington (0-3) will host St. Francis Borgia HS (4-0). Farmington is led by Matt Usherwood at 19.5 PPG, while Borgia is led by Alex Moosman at 23.5 PPG (signed at DI Miami[OH]) and Paul Eckerle at 14.8 PPG. 

2004 MAC Rotary Shoot-out Pictures

Link to 2004 Rotary Shoot-out Results



Photos Courtesy of the Daily Journal