Area sports digest 11/8/05

Tuesday, November 8, 2005

Mack finishes season

with 10 victories

Joey Mack wrapped up his 2005 racing season last weekend at Monticello Speedway in Monticello, Ark.

Joey suffered a broken shock in his heat race, but rebounded in the feature event. The Benton, Mo., native made it all the way up to the second position by the end of the feature event, despite a poor starting spot.

During the course of the 2005 season, Mack drove in 47 dirt late model events. He amassed 10 feature wins, 23 top -five finishes and 30 top-10 finishes. Mack reached victory lane this season at Poplar Bluff (Mo.) Speedway, Malden (Mo.) Speedway, Camden (Tenn.) Speedway, I-44 Speedway and North Mississippi Motor Park.

On the Stacker2 Mid-America Racing Series (MARS) circuit, Mack competed in 18 events and wound up 11th in the MARS point standings.

"I felt like we had one of our best years since we started dirt late model racing," Mack said. "We probably won more races than we ever have before, but we also tore up more equipment than ever before. I am proud of our team that were able to win 10 races this season. We will go to work this offseason and freshen everything up and get ready for 2006."

Southeast's Baumstark

nabs national weekly honor

Southeast Missouri State junior center Jamie Baumstark was named the Sports Imports/American Volleyball Coaches Association Division I National player of the week for volleyball on Monday.

Baumstark became the first Southeast player to receive the national player of the week honor. Along with the national honor Baumstark was also named Ohio Valley Conference player of the week for the second time this season.

Baumstark finished the week with 13 kills, 109 assists, eight blocks and five service aces as the Redhawks won both their matches. She had her third triple-double of the season with 67 assists, 20 digs and 10 kills against Tennessee Tech.

The Redhawks (14-14, 10-4) are in fifth place in the OVC, just one game out of third and two games out of first. They finish the regular season this week with two home matches, against Jacksonville State Thursday night and Samford Friday night.

Green cards ace

at Dalhousie

Steve Green of Cape Girardeau recorded his first career hole in one Sunday at Dalhousie Golf Club.

Green used a 6-iron to ace No. 13, a par 3 playing 175 yards. Witnesses were Don Beasley and Dean Edwards.

Flag football league

heads into playoffs

The Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department's Adult Flag Football League concluded its regular season Sunday night.

The top four team from each division make the playoffs, which begin Thursday and conclude on Sunday.

Adult Flag football

Standings

Division 1

TeamW-LPoints
McAllister's Deli7-1228
Kohlfeld Dist.6-2256
Budwsr/D'Ladiums5-3213
Stooges2-671
Mountain Men0-834

Division 2

TeamW-LPoints
Semo Hair 7-1251
Paydirt 6-2211
BDU3-5135
Dirty Dawgs2-6134
Road Runner2-694

Division 3

TeamW-LPoints
Sides Metal 8-0345
Renegades6-2254
Rude Dog Pub6-2258
Ken Oberlohr Ins. Mercenaries5-3213
BAG Boys4-3137
TCB3-5151
The Pimps2-6128
Buckner BREWSers1-6127
B&M Aerial0-845

Kinsinger places first

in Point to Point 5K

Kyle Kinsinger posted the low time Saturday in the The Point to Point 5K run.

Kinsinger, competing in the male 25 to 29 age division, covered the course in 17 minutes, 54 seconds. Michelle Crosnoe, running in the 30 to 34 division, finished first among females with a time of 23:33.

Point to Point 5K

Male

Age 11-19: Rob Thomas 21:28, James Hathaway 22:03, Kendall Koch 22:27, Nathan Van Winkle 22:27, Mark Dragoni 25:40, Mitchell Burton 26:40, Gage Harrell 27:15, Holt Pride 29:05, Jake Pecord 48:43

20-24: Patrick Watson 19:53, Andy Callis 22:58, Jeremy Nice 24:50

25-29: Kyle Kinsinger 17:54, Matt Rubel 22:08, Jay Meystedt 30:50, Chad Rollins 39:56

30-34: Andrew Stewart 25:54, Travis Calkins 29:25, Marcus Janzow 29:25, Will Letterman 32:26

35-39: Geoff Smith 22:26, Shawn Nesler 23:22, Trevor Fisher 24:35

40-44: John Harding 20:44, Tomoaki Nomi 21:46, Carl Pease Jr. 23:31, Steve Green 24:21, Mark Devenport 24:38, Robert Deneke 28:57, Gary Flynn 32:52

45-49: Johnny Vavak 21:22, Paul Keener 21:52, Larry Bruns 24:51

50-54: Bob Zeller 21:00, Mitch Gerber 22:44, Walt Schroeder 23:20, Chuck Decker 23:32, H.W. Meyr 24:25, Dean White 26:44

55-59: Dan Wilson 21:54, Craig Millham 29:09

60-69: Ron Duff 20:07, Michael Geary 23:59, Dean Wendel 24:48, Peter Blums 26:53, Garry Dean Smith 40:23

70 and over: George Chapman 34:59

Female

11-19: Tara Propst 23:52, Kim Hester 29:24, Amanda Morgan 31:48

20-24: Lisa Millham 24:50, Faith Blackman 26:00, Nicole Budde 27:37, Megan McGovern 27:51, Katie Knowlson 27:59, Cassie Koch 28:41, Aurora Meyer 38:16

25-29: Nichole Clippard 24:26, Kelly Sander 27:45, Nan Blattel 27:51, Nickie McCadams 28:18, Jennifer Miller-Louw 30:40, Bridget MIller 30:40, Gabrielle Gerler 30:49, Christa Millham 31:02

30-34: Michelle Crosnoe 23:33, Katrina Voelker 25:01, Heather Newkirk 26:50, Meike Newell 27:09, Tracy Metzger 29:21, Kellie Flynn 32:33

35:39: Marcy Ambler 25:44, Cacey Pecord 26:11, Melody Rhodes 28:56, Rhonda Miller 30:12, Teri Jones 30:21, Alecia Robert 30:47

40-44: Mary-Ann Maloney 25:52, Terri Baker 27:38

45-49: Paula Castleman 24:30, Kristie Milam 27:04, Joyce Hunter 30:51

50-54: Frankie Erlacker 29:09, Linda Null 31:41

55-59: Betty Maschmann 28:15

1.5 mile fun run

Male

10 and under: Noah Ray 19:39, Kent Bernhardt 23:14

11-19: John Hathaway 14:48

35-39: Kyle McDonald 17:24

45-49: Brian Golden 31:11

Female

10 and under: Julie Hathaway 14:47, Rebekah Hathaway 14:47, Sydney Deneke 15:18, Madeleine McDonald 17:23, Noelle Ray 18:07

11-19: Sarah Hathaway 15:11

20-24: Amanda Pagano 19:08, Nicole Ray 19:39, Sarah Glueck 21:31

25-29: Sarah Aufdenberg 19:31

30-34: Elizabeth Brown 15:07, Stacy Rollins 26:21

40-44: Wanda Aufdenberg 18:49

45-49: Therese Golden 31:11

55-59: Donna Chambers 21:33

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