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Saturday, December 18, 2010

Money and Markets - Emerging Markets VIDEO


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Money and Markets TV episodes. We take a look at the next generation of emerging markets, and a closer look at the country dominating the Eastern hemisphere and other emerging markets around the world: China.
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WEB VIDEO: Can't You Hear Me Knocking - The Rolling Stones - Keith Richards turns 67


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Can't you Hear Me Knocking - The Rolling Stones
1971 - album - Sticky Fingers

Maybe the best Keith Richards / Mick Taylor guitar collaborations ever. Bloody perfect. This song should go down in history as one of the all time best blues/rock composition, performance, recording ever. Raw and gritty and yet somehow with such sophistication.

Keith Richards - Rolling Stones - December 18, 1943 (67 in 2010)

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WEB VIDEO: All Right Now FREE Paul Rodgers turns 61

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 Paul Rodgers - Free, Bad Company, Firm, Queen - December 17,1949
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Title: All Right Now (track 07)

Artist: Free
Album: Fire and Water
Year: 1970
Label: Island, A&M, Polydor
Writer(s): Andy Fraser, Paul Rodgers

Lyrics:

There she stood in the street
Smiling from her head to her feet
I said "Hey, what is this"
Now baby, maybe she's in need of a kiss
I said " Hey, what's your name baby"
maybe we can see things the same
Now don't you wait or hesitate
Let's move before they raise the parking rent

All right now baby, it's all right now
All right now baby, it's all right now

I took her home to my place
Watching ev'ry move on her face
She said " Look, what's your game baby
are you tryin' to put me in shame?"
I said " slow don't go so fast,
don't you think that love can last?"
She said " Love, Lord above,
now you're tryin' to trick me in love"

All right now baby, it's all right now
all right now baby, it's all right now

That's all for now, take care and I'll
be back with more in a few days
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BREAKER BREAKER Code 10-3: Feds propose cellphone ban for truck drivers

Trucker 10 Code...

10-3 Stop transmitting

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The U.S. government on Friday proposed prohibiting commercial truck and bus drivers from using cellphones while behind the wheel.

The Transportation Department rule would affect approximately 4 million drivers, who are already banned by the government from texting while working.

The proposal is the latest move in Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood's stepped-up campaign against distracted driving in which he has questioned cellphone use in passenger cars and "hands free" communications technology.
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'Tron: Legacy 3D' Sequel Opens #1 For Disney 28 Years Later; Jim Brooks' 'How Do You Know' Expensive Bomb For Sony

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1. Tron: Legacy 3D (Disney) NEW [3,451 Theaters]
Friday $18M, Estimated Weekend $47M

This is exactly the sort of movie to benefit during the pre-Christmas rush because of the obvious fanboy interest, helped by the fact that every young male is out of school and can indulge his cultural need to see films like this first. So Hollywood and even Disney had been expecting a weekend of at least $50M. "Depends how good it is," one rival studio exec snarked. It may underperform; remember that Friday's number opened to $3.6M from midnight screenings, including over $1 million from 228 IMAX theaters. (I'm told that's by far the biggest percentage -- 25+% -- done of any movie's midnight box office, and more than the percentage of midnight take by IMAX for Iron Man 2, Inception, Avatar. But note that's not the highest IMAX gross.) With a budget estimated as $150M, and a global marketing push estimated at another $120M, Tron: Legacy 3D benefitted from a ton of pre-sales. For instance, going into this weekend, Tron 2 accounted for 67% of Thursday’s sales on big online seller MovieTickets.com. Globally, Tron 2 is opening in 26 international markets (Australia, Brazil, Japan, Scandinavia, Spain, UK, etc.) representing about 50% of the marketplace. Disney arranged for “Tron Night” at 520 theaters in 40 countries, with premiere events in Tokyo, London, Los Angeles and Berlin (in January 2011). Not only did Tron 2 open the Tokyo International Film Festival, but key buildings in Osaka, Nagoya, and Yokohama were covered in blue Tron lights, while in Toronto the CN Tower was similarly lit up. Disney's consumer products division came onboard. The studio even used its newly purchased Marvel to push the pic: a 2-issue comic book limited series, "Tron: Betrayal" grqaphic novel was sold under the Tron name. Meanwhile, the film's soundtrack from Walt Disney Records produced by the Grammy Award-winning French duo Daft Punk hit #1 on Amazon, became iTunes single of the week, and debuted at #10 on the Billboard Top 200 -- the first score soundtrack to debut in the Top 10 in five years.
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Bank Of America Joins MasterCard PayPal Won't Handle WikiLeaks Payments


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Bank of America Corp. has joined several other financial institutions in refusing to handle payments for WikiLeaks.

The Charlotte-based bank released a statement saying it will no longer process any transactions that it believes are intended for the site, which has released thousands of secret U.S. diplomatic cables.

"This decision is based upon our reasonable belief that WikiLeaks may be engaged in activities that are, among other things, inconsistent with our internal policies for processing payments," the bank said.
The action comes as WikiLeaks says it plans to release information about banks. The site's founder has previously said it has a trove of documents on Bank of America.

Other financial institutions, including MasterCard Inc. and PayPal Inc., have also stopped handling payments for WikiLeaks, moves which hurt the site's ability to accept donations and support publishing efforts. The websites of some companies that have cut ties with WikiLeaks have come under cyber attack in recent weeks by hackers who support its mission.

Reached by phone, Bank of America spokesman Scott Silvestri declined further comment to The Associated Press on Saturday.

WikiLeaks responded to Bank of America's announcement with a Twitter message urging supporters to stop doing business with the bank.

"We ask that all people who love freedom close out their accounts at Bank of America," WikiLeaks said in its posting Saturday. It also called on businesses to switch funds from the bank.

In an interview with CNBC on Friday, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said his organization has plans to soon release information about banks, and he told Forbes magazine last month that the data would show "unethical practices."
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Man held on charges of killing wife at Jefferson City McDonalds - Missouri


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A Jefferson City man is being held by authorities Saturday after fatally shooting his wife in a restaurant Friday night.

According to police reports, Keith Kellner, 47, was being held in the Cole County Jail on one count of first-degree murder and one count of armed criminal action.

At about 8:15 p.m. Friday, the Jefferson City Police Communications Center began receiving numerous calls of a shooting at McDonalds, located at 1918 Jefferson St. Officers responded to the scene and found that the victim, Pamela M. Kellner, 44, of Jefferson City, had been shot once in the chest. Officers began lifesaving efforts and EMS responded.

According to witnesses, the shooter, identified as Keith had been speaking with Pamela in a booth at McDonalds when one shot from a handgun was heard.

Witnesses said Pamela grabbed her chest and asked for police assistance, claiming she had been shot


Pamela, who was employed part-time by McDonalds, was taken to Capital Region Medical Center where she was pronounced dead a short time later.. Click Here for more info.

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Missouri Governor Jay Nixon: No prison closings; School aid questionable; Seeks 2nd Term


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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has ruled out closing a state prison to help close Missouri’s budget gap. But he says more cuts are possible to state jobs, higher education and certain public school programs.

Nixon outlined some of his budget priorities Thursday in an interview with The Associated Press. Nixon’s administration has said Missouri is facing a shortfall of between $500 million and $700 million for the fiscal year that begins July 1.

Nixon says he hopes to be able to keep basic aid for K-12 schools at the same level as this year. But he says state money specifically targeted toward school busing is on “the watch list” of things that could be cut, along with funding for public colleges and universities.

Asked Thursday whether he will seek re-election, Nixon told The Associated Press: “Yea.”
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Jon Stewart Reports on a REAL NEWS Story Nobody Else (FOX CBS ABC MSNBC) Will Cover


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The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10c
9/11 First Responders React to the Senate Filibuster
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New Worries for 401(k) Investors 191 investigations into 401(k) fraud and theft, and secured 20 indictments


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Retirement savers have already learned how much damage the markets can do to a nest egg. But for anyone with a 401(k) plan, stock market performance may be overshadowed by other worries: fraud and theft.


In the last three months, the Labor Department has launched 191 investigations into 401(k) fraud and theft, and secured 20 indictments — a whopping 43% more than the department has secured annually, on average, since 1995. The millions at stake in recent cases may seem small in the context of the $3 trillion 401(k) market, but observers say the indictments point to larger issues in the 401(k) marketplace, from lack of oversight and an understaffed enforcement agency to the larger risks that have shifted over time to individual participants. The cases, says Brandon Reese, deputy director of the office of investment at the AFL-CIO, "expose a more systemic problem in the defined contribution retirement system."


The Labor Department beefed up its enforcement efforts this fall in response to growing indications of trouble with retirement plans. There were more reports of fraud, said Phyllis Borzi, the assistant secretary of the Employee Benefits Security Administration, the division of the DOL that's leading the charge. There were more cases where the perpetrators apparently intended to keep the stolen money, as opposed to the more sympathetic case of a struggling business owner juggling funds to meet immediate business needs. And the department is seeing more repeat offenders — perpetrators who have raided employee benefits plans two or three times before, says Jeffrey Hinman, EBSA's deputy director for criminal enforcement. These, and other "badges of fraud," like behavior that went on for a long time, or a perpetrator who lied to employees about what was happening with the plan, make a criminal case, as opposed to a civil one, he says.


Given the recent economic climate, the increase in cases is not entirely surprising. In tough times, employers are more likely to raid their employees' retirement funds, observers say, whether for personal gain, or to stretch to cover business expenses. This is especially true at small, private companies, where 401(k) plans are often run by a single person, like the company's president or accounts manager. "In a larger setting, you have more eyes on the plan," says David Certner, legislative policy director for the AARP. Publicly-traded companies also face stricter regulation on their accounting procedures under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.


The Labor Department's investigations touch fewer than one out of every 2,600 of the 401(k) plans nationwide, and an even smaller fraction of the 60 million participants. It seems so small to some that the department has been criticized for spending time and money on such cases.


Warning Signs
So what does it take to catch a 401(k) thief? It's easy — if you check your account balance regularly and read the statements you get in the mail, says Scott Holsopple, the president of Smart401k, a web-based retirement service for retirement plans. Make sure you know how much money should be flowing into your account and how it's supposed to be invested. "If you're actively involved, it's going to be a lot harder for your employer to take money from you," Holsopple says.


The Labor Department's top 10 warning signs:
1. Your 401(k) or individual account statement is consistently late or comes at irregular intervals
2. Your account balance does not appear to be accurate
3. Your employer failed to transmit your contribution to the plan on a timely basis
4. A significant drop in account balance that cannot be explained by normal market ups and downs
5. 401(k) or individual account statement shows your contribution from your paycheck was not made
6. Investments listed on your statement are not what you authorized
7. Former employees are having trouble getting their benefits paid on time or in the correct amounts
8. Unusual transactions, such as a loan to the employer, a corporate officer or one of the plan trustees
9. Frequent and unexplained changes in investment managers or consultants
10. Your employer has recently experienced severe financial difficulty
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Hermann High School Girls Basketball: Ashley Brooks among TOP 3 POINT LEADERS LEADERS Missouri Four Rivers Conference


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Four Rivers Conference Leaders
SCORING LEADERS (Min. Games Played)
NAME School

Pts


Avg
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

190


31.7
Lauren Hendrickson Owensville

26


26.0
Anna Vogt Pacific

122


20.3
Kati Davis Owensville

39


19.5
Carissa Richardson Sullivan

14


14.0
Rachel Steinhoff New Haven

77


12.8
Kayla Oetterer New Haven

75


12.5
Taylor Lucas Sullivan

12


12.0
Bry Pierce St. Clair

71


11.8
Linda Watson Pacific

70


11.7
Ashley Brooks Hermann

53


10.6
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

60


10.0
Rachael Bassett Union

20


10.0
Brittany Sellers St. Clair

53


8.8
Kelsey Anderson St. Clair

52


8.7
3 POINT LEADERS (Min. 3-PT Made)
NAME School

3FG


Avg
Lauren Hendrickson Owensville

2


2.00
Jett Bouckaert Sullivan

2


2.00
Jessica Heinle Sullivan

2


2.00
Ashley Brooks Hermann

9


1.80
Sarah Baker St. Clair

8


1.33
Taylor Willimann New Haven

7


1.17
Linda Watson Pacific

7


1.17
Bria Bartolotta Sullivan

1


1.00
Sierra Fuchs Sullivan

1


1.00
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

5


0.83
Brittany Sellers St. Clair

4


0.67
Rachel Steinhoff New Haven

3


0.50
Miranda Epstein Owensville

1


0.50
Kati Miller Owensville

1


0.50
Hannah Roach Owensville

1


0.50
Ashley Wisdom Owensville

1


0.50
Kelsey Anderson St. Clair

3


0.50
Erin Neier Union

1


0.50
Kris Stevens Union

1


0.50
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

2


0.33
FREE THROW LEADERS (Min. FTA)
NAME School

FTM


FTA


PCT
Corby Hackmann Hermann

4


4


100.0
Kim Conner New Haven

2


2


100.0
Brandy Senecal New Haven

2


2


100.0
Frida Engstrom Owensville

1


1


100.0
Sarah Lunn Pacific

4


4


100.0
Alyssa Coons Union

3


3


100.0
Elizabeth Almo Pacific

13


14


92.9
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

18


20


90.0
Mikayla Fries Owensville

6


7


85.7
Hannah Roach Owensville

6


7


85.7
Elise McDonald New Haven

5


6


83.3
Carissa Richardson Sullivan

4


5


80.0
Sarah Baker St. Clair

3


4


75.0
Erin Neier Union

3


4


75.0
Linda Watson Pacific

19


27


70.4
Anna Vogt Pacific

42


61


68.9
Rachel Steinhoff New Haven

20


30


66.7
Taylor Payne Owensville

2


3


66.7
Tiffany Sellers St. Clair

8


12


66.7
Rachael Bassett Union

8


12


66.7
ASSIST LEADERS (Min. Games Played)
NAME School

Ast


Avg
Hannah Roach Owensville

15


7.50
Mikayla Fries Owensville

11


5.50
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

30


5.00
Ashley Brooks Hermann

20


4.00
Hallie Davis Sullivan

4


4.00
Kati Miller Owensville

6


3.00
Jett Bouckaert Sullivan

3


3.00
Jessica Heinle Sullivan

3


3.00
Jessica Damico Pacific

17


2.83
Linda Watson Pacific

17


2.83
Julie Scheer New Haven

15


2.50
Rachel Steinhoff New Haven

15


2.50
Kati Davis Owensville

5


2.50
Taylor Willimann New Haven

14


2.33
Elise McDonald New Haven

12


2.00
Lauren Hendrickson Owensville

2


2.00
Bria Bartolotta Sullivan

2


2.00
Sierra Pryor Sullivan

2


2.00
Brittany Sellers St. Clair

11


1.83
Anna Vogt Pacific

9


1.50
STEAL LEADERS (Min. Games Played)
NAME School

Stl


Avg
Kati Davis Owensville

9


4.50
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

20


3.33
Sierra Pryor Sullivan

3


3.00
Linda Watson Pacific

16


2.67
Ashley Brooks Hermann

13


2.60
Kayla Oetterer New Haven

13


2.17
Taylor Willimann New Haven

12


2.00
Hannah Roach Owensville

4


2.00
Hallie Davis Sullivan

2


2.00
Carissa Richardson Sullivan

2


2.00
Kelsey Anderson St. Clair

11


1.83
Brittany Sellers St. Clair

11


1.83
Elizabeth Almo Pacific

10


1.67
Sarah Baker St. Clair

10


1.67
Mikayla Fries Owensville

3


1.50
Anna Vogt Pacific

9


1.50
Julie Scheer New Haven

8


1.33
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

7


1.17
Jessica Damico Pacific

7


1.17
Hannah Steinbeck Hermann

6


1.00
REBOUND LEADERS (Min. Games Played)
NAME School

Rbs


Avg
Kati Davis Owensville

35


17.5
Anna Vogt Pacific

91


15.2
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

60


10.0
Taylor Lucas Sullivan

9


9.0
Bry Pierce St. Clair

52


8.7
Kati Miller Owensville

17


8.5
Linda Watson Pacific

51


8.5
Kayla Oetterer New Haven

49


8.2
Elise McDonald New Haven

45


7.5
Hallie Davis Sullivan

7


7.0
Corby Hackmann Hermann

25


6.3
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

38


6.3
Frida Engstrom Owensville

6


6.0
Carissa Richardson Sullivan

6


6.0
Jamie Gleeson Hermann

30


5.0
Mikayla Fries Owensville

10


5.0
Taylor Payne Owensville

9


4.5
Karissa Hoffman St. Clair

24


4.0
Kayla Klenke St. Clair

24


4.0
Jessica Heinle Sullivan

4


4.0
BLOCKED SHOT LEADERS (Min. Games Played)
NAME School

Blk


Avg
Kati Davis Owensville

10


5.00
Anna Vogt Pacific

14


2.33
Kayla Oetterer New Haven

6


1.00
Frida Engstrom Owensville

1


1.00
Taylor Lucas Sullivan

1


1.00
Hannah Steinbeck Hermann

4


0.67
Julie Scheer New Haven

4


0.67
Bry Pierce St. Clair

4


0.67
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

3


0.50
Miranda Epstein Owensville

1


0.50
Kayla Klenke St. Clair

3


0.50
Linda Watson Pacific

2


0.33
Karissa Hoffman St. Clair

2


0.33
Abigail Spuhl Pacific

1


0.25
Jamie Gleeson Hermann

1


0.17
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

1


0.17
Elise McDonald New Haven

1


0.17
Elizabeth Almo Pacific

1


0.17
Sarah Lunn Pacific

1


0.17
Sarah Baker St. Clair

1


0.17
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Hermann High School Girls Basketball: Shelby Winkelmann TOPS SCORING LEADERS Missouri Four Rivers Conference


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Four Rivers Conference Leaders
SCORING LEADERS (Min. Games Played)
NAME School

Pts


Avg
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

190


31.7
Lauren Hendrickson Owensville

26


26.0
Anna Vogt Pacific

122


20.3
Kati Davis Owensville

39


19.5
Carissa Richardson Sullivan

14


14.0
Rachel Steinhoff New Haven

77


12.8
Kayla Oetterer New Haven

75


12.5
Taylor Lucas Sullivan

12


12.0
Bry Pierce St. Clair

71


11.8
Linda Watson Pacific

70


11.7
Ashley Brooks Hermann

53


10.6
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

60


10.0
Rachael Bassett Union

20


10.0
Brittany Sellers St. Clair

53


8.8
Kelsey Anderson St. Clair

52


8.7
3 POINT LEADERS (Min. 3-PT Made)
NAME School

3FG


Avg
Lauren Hendrickson Owensville

2


2.00
Jett Bouckaert Sullivan

2


2.00
Jessica Heinle Sullivan

2


2.00
Ashley Brooks Hermann

9


1.80
Sarah Baker St. Clair

8


1.33
Taylor Willimann New Haven

7


1.17
Linda Watson Pacific

7


1.17
Bria Bartolotta Sullivan

1


1.00
Sierra Fuchs Sullivan

1


1.00
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

5


0.83
Brittany Sellers St. Clair

4


0.67
Rachel Steinhoff New Haven

3


0.50
Miranda Epstein Owensville

1


0.50
Kati Miller Owensville

1


0.50
Hannah Roach Owensville

1


0.50
Ashley Wisdom Owensville

1


0.50
Kelsey Anderson St. Clair

3


0.50
Erin Neier Union

1


0.50
Kris Stevens Union

1


0.50
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

2


0.33
FREE THROW LEADERS (Min. FTA)
NAME School

FTM


FTA


PCT
Corby Hackmann Hermann

4


4


100.0
Kim Conner New Haven

2


2


100.0
Brandy Senecal New Haven

2


2


100.0
Frida Engstrom Owensville

1


1


100.0
Sarah Lunn Pacific

4


4


100.0
Alyssa Coons Union

3


3


100.0
Elizabeth Almo Pacific

13


14


92.9
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

18


20


90.0
Mikayla Fries Owensville

6


7


85.7
Hannah Roach Owensville

6


7


85.7
Elise McDonald New Haven

5


6


83.3
Carissa Richardson Sullivan

4


5


80.0
Sarah Baker St. Clair

3


4


75.0
Erin Neier Union

3


4


75.0
Linda Watson Pacific

19


27


70.4
Anna Vogt Pacific

42


61


68.9
Rachel Steinhoff New Haven

20


30


66.7
Taylor Payne Owensville

2


3


66.7
Tiffany Sellers St. Clair

8


12


66.7
Rachael Bassett Union

8


12


66.7
ASSIST LEADERS (Min. Games Played)
NAME School

Ast


Avg
Hannah Roach Owensville

15


7.50
Mikayla Fries Owensville

11


5.50
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

30


5.00
Ashley Brooks Hermann

20


4.00
Hallie Davis Sullivan

4


4.00
Kati Miller Owensville

6


3.00
Jett Bouckaert Sullivan

3


3.00
Jessica Heinle Sullivan

3


3.00
Jessica Damico Pacific

17


2.83
Linda Watson Pacific

17


2.83
Julie Scheer New Haven

15


2.50
Rachel Steinhoff New Haven

15


2.50
Kati Davis Owensville

5


2.50
Taylor Willimann New Haven

14


2.33
Elise McDonald New Haven

12


2.00
Lauren Hendrickson Owensville

2


2.00
Bria Bartolotta Sullivan

2


2.00
Sierra Pryor Sullivan

2


2.00
Brittany Sellers St. Clair

11


1.83
Anna Vogt Pacific

9


1.50
STEAL LEADERS (Min. Games Played)
NAME School

Stl


Avg
Kati Davis Owensville

9


4.50
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

20


3.33
Sierra Pryor Sullivan

3


3.00
Linda Watson Pacific

16


2.67
Ashley Brooks Hermann

13


2.60
Kayla Oetterer New Haven

13


2.17
Taylor Willimann New Haven

12


2.00
Hannah Roach Owensville

4


2.00
Hallie Davis Sullivan

2


2.00
Carissa Richardson Sullivan

2


2.00
Kelsey Anderson St. Clair

11


1.83
Brittany Sellers St. Clair

11


1.83
Elizabeth Almo Pacific

10


1.67
Sarah Baker St. Clair

10


1.67
Mikayla Fries Owensville

3


1.50
Anna Vogt Pacific

9


1.50
Julie Scheer New Haven

8


1.33
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

7


1.17
Jessica Damico Pacific

7


1.17
Hannah Steinbeck Hermann

6


1.00
REBOUND LEADERS (Min. Games Played)
NAME School

Rbs


Avg
Kati Davis Owensville

35


17.5
Anna Vogt Pacific

91


15.2
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

60


10.0
Taylor Lucas Sullivan

9


9.0
Bry Pierce St. Clair

52


8.7
Kati Miller Owensville

17


8.5
Linda Watson Pacific

51


8.5
Kayla Oetterer New Haven

49


8.2
Elise McDonald New Haven

45


7.5
Hallie Davis Sullivan

7


7.0
Corby Hackmann Hermann

25


6.3
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

38


6.3
Frida Engstrom Owensville

6


6.0
Carissa Richardson Sullivan

6


6.0
Jamie Gleeson Hermann

30


5.0
Mikayla Fries Owensville

10


5.0
Taylor Payne Owensville

9


4.5
Karissa Hoffman St. Clair

24


4.0
Kayla Klenke St. Clair

24


4.0
Jessica Heinle Sullivan

4


4.0
BLOCKED SHOT LEADERS (Min. Games Played)
NAME School

Blk


Avg
Kati Davis Owensville

10


5.00
Anna Vogt Pacific

14


2.33
Kayla Oetterer New Haven

6


1.00
Frida Engstrom Owensville

1


1.00
Taylor Lucas Sullivan

1


1.00
Hannah Steinbeck Hermann

4


0.67
Julie Scheer New Haven

4


0.67
Bry Pierce St. Clair

4


0.67
Shelby Winkelmann Hermann

3


0.50
Miranda Epstein Owensville

1


0.50
Kayla Klenke St. Clair

3


0.50
Linda Watson Pacific

2


0.33
Karissa Hoffman St. Clair

2


0.33
Abigail Spuhl Pacific

1


0.25
Jamie Gleeson Hermann

1


0.17
Laura Rethemeyer Hermann

1


0.17
Elise McDonald New Haven

1


0.17
Elizabeth Almo Pacific

1


0.17
Sarah Lunn Pacific

1


0.17
Sarah Baker St. Clair

1


0.17
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Hermann High School Boys Basketball: Philip Wright STANDS OUT in 4 Missouri Four Rivers Conference LEADER BOARDS


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Four Rivers Conference Leaders

SCORING LEADERS
NAME School

Pts


Avg
Cody Wideman St. Clair

100


16.7
Cooper Owensville

16


16.0
Marco Romano Pacific

136


15.1
Jake Schannuth Hermann

60


15.0
Brandon Ford Union

72


12.0
Ryan Coons Union

71


11.8
Jake Harlan St. James

82


11.7
Connor Crosby Owensville

11


11.0
Eli Fleer New Haven

61


10.2
Philip Wright Hermann

40


10.0
Chris Jackson Pacific

65


9.3
Drew Tucker St. James

65


9.3
Zach Lindemann St. James

63


9.0
Uriah Heady Sullivan

63


9.0
Bryan Schaefer Union

54


9.0
3 POINT LEADERS
NAME School

3FG


Avg
Drew Tucker St. James

16


2.29
Ethan Kirchhofer Hermann

8


2.00
Cooper Owensville

2


2.00
Jake Schannuth Hermann

7


1.75
Chris Jackson Pacific

12


1.71
Cody Wideman St. Clair

9


1.50
Jake Ford St. James

10


1.43
Austin Peirick New Haven

8


1.33
Craig Winkelmann Hermann

5


1.25
wright Owensville

1


1.00
Ryan Coons Union

6


1.00
Derrick Moore Pacific

8


0.89
Zach Lindemann St. James

6


0.86
Eric Engelbrecht New Haven

5


0.83
Jake Harlan St. James

5


0.71
Justin Biermann Sullivan

5


0.71
Uriah Heady Sullivan

5


0.71
Ryan Menke New Haven

4


0.67
Jake Shockley St. James

4


0.57
Austin Coleman Sullivan

4


0.57
FREE THROW LEADERS
NAME School

FTM


FTA


PCT
Jake Schannuth Hermann

15


15


100.0
Austin Peirick New Haven

4


4


100.0
Murray Schwengels Pacific

12


12


100.0
Brian Borgmann Union

2


2


100.0
Evan Murphy St. Clair

8


9


88.9
Lance Gerlemann New Haven

7


8


87.5
Josh Moore Pacific

7


8


87.5
Ryan Menke New Haven

13


15


86.7
Justin Biermann Sullivan

20


24


83.3
Logan Williams Union

10


12


83.3
Blake Fuchs Sullivan

9


11


81.8
Craig Winkelmann Hermann

4


5


80.0
Neyko Dominguez St. Clair

12


15


80.0
Chris Jackson Pacific

15


19


78.9
Jeff Moore St. Clair

7


9


77.8
Ryan Coons Union

17


22


77.3
Eric Engelbrecht New Haven

3


4


75.0
Connor Crosby Owensville

3


4


75.0
Uriah Heady Sullivan

12


16


75.0
Patrick Moody Sullivan

14


20


70.0
ASSIST LEADERS
NAME School

Ast


Avg
Jake Harlan St. James

40


5.71
Ethan Kirchhofer Hermann

19


4.75
Ryan Menke New Haven

26


4.33
Zach Lindemann St. James

28


4.00
Craig Winkelmann Hermann

14


3.50
Marco Romano Pacific

30


3.33
Neyko Dominguez St. Clair

19


3.17
Jake Shockley St. James

22


3.14
Philip Wright Hermann

12


3.00
Ryan Jones Pacific

25


2.78
Chris Jackson Pacific

19


2.71
Ryan Coons Union

16


2.67
Austin Coleman Sullivan

17


2.43
Jake Schannuth Hermann

9


2.25
Austin Peirick New Haven

13


2.17
Eric Engelbrecht New Haven

12


2.00
Jake Ford St. James

13


1.86
Justin Biermann Sullivan

13


1.86
Cody Wideman St. Clair

11


1.83
Justin Nunn St. Clair

9


1.80
STEAL LEADERS
NAME School

Stl


Avg
Jake Harlan St. James

30


4.29
Zach Lindemann St. James

25


3.57
Jake Shockley St. James

18


2.57
Justin Biermann Sullivan

16


2.29
Craig Winkelmann Hermann

9


2.25
Jake Kilburn Sullivan

14


2.00
Justin Lineback St. James

13


1.86
Jake Schannuth Hermann

7


1.75
Philip Wright Hermann

7


1.75
Jack Mueller St. James

12


1.71
Marco Romano Pacific

15


1.67
Ryan Coons Union

10


1.67
T.J. Johnson Union

8


1.60
Jeff Moore St. Clair

8


1.33
Chris Jackson Pacific

9


1.29
Danny Jernigan St. James

9


1.29
Austin Coleman Sullivan

9


1.29
Ben Kallmeyer New Haven

5


1.25
Ryan Menke New Haven

7


1.17
Chris Savage Union

7


1.17
REBOUND LEADERS
NAME School

Rbs


Avg
Jake Schannuth Hermann

40


10.0
Eli Fleer New Haven

53


8.8
Brandon Ford Union

46


7.7
Marco Romano Pacific

68


7.6
Patrick Moody Sullivan

45


6.4
Justin Lineback St. James

41


5.9
Bryan Schaefer Union

31


5.2
Philip Wright Hermann

19


4.8
Adam Brott St. Clair

29


4.8
Justin Biermann Sullivan

33


4.7
Danny Jernigan St. James

31


4.4
Tyler Schatz Sullivan

31


4.4
Lance Gerlemann New Haven

25


4.2
Craig Winkelmann Hermann

16


4.0
Jake Harlan St. James

28


4.0
T.J. Johnson Union

20


4.0
Jack Mueller St. James

24


3.4
Ricky Meyers Pacific

30


3.3
Zach Lindemann St. James

22


3.1
Uriah Heady Sullivan

22


3.1
BLOCKED SHOT LEADERS
NAME School

Blk


Avg
Brandon Ford Union

26


4.33
Eli Fleer New Haven

12


2.00
Brian Borgmann Union

1


1.00
Derrick Moore Pacific

8


0.89
Justin Lineback St. James

4


0.57
Ricky Meyers Pacific

4


0.44
Blake Fuchs Sullivan

3


0.43
Devin Arand Union

2


0.40
Jake Harlan St. James

2


0.29
Jack Mueller St. James

2


0.29
Austin Coleman Sullivan

2


0.29
Stephen Fleming Pacific

2


0.22
George Hinkle III Pacific

2


0.22
Chris Savage Union

1


0.17
Bryan Schaefer Union

1


0.17
Chris Jackson Pacific

1


0.14
Robert Hughes St. James

1


0.14
Zach Lindemann St. James

1


0.14
Ryan Jones Pacific

1


0.11
Marco Romano Pacific

1


0.11
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