Oran baseball improves to 5-0 after routing Oak Ridge

Wednesday, April 5, 2006

Oran freshman pitcher Jayden Pobst struck out six and allowed just two hits in four innings, and the visiting Eagles remained undefeated with a 14-1 six-inning rout Tuesday of Oak Ridge.

Kody Campbell had a home run and two doubles to lead the Eagles' 12-hit attack. Chase Seyer added three hits for Oran (5-0), and Chris Asmus had two.

Walter Ruesler had two hits for Oak Ridge.

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WP -- Jayden Pobst, 2-0. LP -- Ethan Sachs. HR -- Kody Campbell (O). 2B -- Chae Seyer (O), Campbell 2 (O). Multiple hits -- Oran, Seyer 3-3; Campbell 3-5; Chris Asmus 2-3; Oak Ridge, Walter Ruesler 2-3. Records -- Oran 5-0.

Jackson 8, Chaffee 6

Jackson scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to pull out a home win.

Chaffee scored three in the fifth and three in the sixth to take a 6-5 lead, but the Indians were able to answer to improve to 4-5, and 2-3 in SEMO Conference play.

Bret Groening picked up the win in two-thirds of an inning of work. Taylor Busch had three hits for Jackson, and Rex Meyr added a home run.

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WP -- Bret Groening. LP -- Chris Hanback. HR -- Rex Meyr (J). 2B -- Taylor Busch (J). Multiple hits -- Chaffee, Urhahn 2-3; Jeff Daugherty 2-4; Hanback 2-4; Jackson, Busch 3-4. Records -- Jackson 4-5.

Meadow Heights 12, Woodland 2

Nathan Revelle needed just 55 pitches in five innings to help Meadow Heights climb to .500 with a home win.

Revelle allowed five hits, struck out one and walked two.

Heath Fulton, Terry Wagner, Tyler Wagner and Zach Bynum had two hits apiece for the Panthers (2-2).

Dale Long had a pair of hits for Woodland (2-3).

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WP -- Nathan Revelle, 2-0. LP -- Jacob Gillis. 2B -- Heath Fulton (M), Terry Wagner (M), John Long (M), Willie Piatt (W). Multiple hits -- Woodland, Long 2-2; Meadow Heights, Fulton 2-3; Te. Wagner 2-3; Zach Bynum 2-3; Tyler Wagner 2-4. Records -- Woodland 2-3, Meadow Heights 2-2.

Bell City 4, Leopold 3

Clay Dover delivered a game-winning RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Bell City its second win.

Blaine Stewart and Garrett McIntyre had two hits apiece for the Cubs (2-0).

Cody Bailey pitched the first six innings for Bell City before Nick Niemczyk struck out the side in the top of the seventh.

Cody Van de Ven led Leopold with two hits.

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WP -- Nick Niemczyk, 2-0. LP -- Eric Seiler. 2B -- Kerry Wayne Lasters (B), Wade Wiseman (L). Multiple hits -- Bell City, Blaine Stewart 2-4, Garrett McIntyre 2-3; Leopold, Cody Van de Ven 2-4. Records -- Bell City, 2-0.

Egyptian 17, Delta 0

Delta (1-2) had just one hit during a five-inning home loss to Egyptian, Ill.

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WP -- Ledbetter. LP -- Tyler Martin. HR -- Brandon Blaney (E), Brad Gruening (E). Multiple hits -- Kyle Birk 3-4, Brandon Blaney 2-4, Nathan Jones 2-4. Records -- Delta 1-2.

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD Tigertown Relays

Perryville won three of the four relays and placed first in the eight-team meet at Festus,.

Perryville results

400 -- 1. Jacob Hayden, 53.85; 2. Adam Westmoreland, 53.99

200 -- 3. Kris Cottner, 24.19

800 -- 1. Jesse Kueker, 2:08.99; 3. Ryan Regelsperger, 2:10.29

1,600 -- 2. Kyle Bert, 4:44.79

3,200 -- 1. Bert, 10:14.85

400 relay -- 3. Cottner, Westmoreland, Ryan Lorenz, Josh Perrault, 45.67

800 relay -- 1. Cottner, Westmoreland, Lorenz, Josh Perrault, 1:35.52

1,600 relay -- 1. Westmoreland, Regelsperger, Kueker, Hayden, 3:38.89

3,200 relay -- 1. Gabe Layton, Regelsperger, Kueker, Bert, 8:35.08

Pole vault -- 2. Regelsperger, 11-6

Long jump -- 3. Hayden, 18-2 1/2

Triple jump -- 2. Ryan Schilling, 39-7

Shot put -- 3. Tyler Bauwens, 44-7

Discus -- 2. Bauwens, 134-3

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD Tigertown Relays

Brittney Castleberry had three top-three finishes to lead Perryville in the meet at Festus.

Perryville results

100 -- 2. Brittney Castleberry, 13.37

300 hurdles -- 2. Castleberry, 51.83

100 hurdles -- 3. Castleberry, 17.91

800 -- 2. Liz Martin, 2:30

Triple jump -- 3. Cassie Lawrence, 31-5

GIRLS SOCCER Notre Dame 0, Carbondale, Ill., 0, 2OT

Backup goalkeeper Shelley Frank made 12 saves in goal for Notre Dame, and the Bulldogs (6-2-1) played to a scoreless tie.

JV -- Carbondale 3, ND 0

SOFTBALL Delta 4, Egyptian 3

Delta remained unbeaten at 3-0 by holding off the visitors from Illinois.

Kayla Seabaugh allowed one earned run in a complete game.

Shea Smith had three hits for the Bobcats, while Jodi Menz added two.

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WP -- Kayla Seabaugh, 3-0. LP -- Quesenberry. 2B -- Couch (E). Multiple hits -- Egyptian, Couch 3-4, Tucker 2-5; Delta, Shea Smith 3-4, Jodi Menz 2-4. Records -- Delta 3-0.

Scott City 10, Bloomfield 0

Scott City allowed just one hit during a six-inning home win.

Emily Essner and Libby Burger each pitched three innings, with Essner getting the win without giving up a hit.

Jenni Heisserer had three hits for the Rams (4-2). Becky Holder added two.

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WP -- Emily Essner, 3-2. LP -- Fuqua. 2B -- Jenni Heisserer (SC). Multiple hits -- Scott City, Heisserer 3-4, Becky Holder 2-2. Records -- Scott City 4-2.

Oran 19, Oak Ridge 0

Undefeated Oran scored eight runs in the fifth inning to finish off Oak Ridge on the road.

The Eagles (4-0) came up with 19 hits compared to Oak Ridge's three.

Hannah Seyer won her third game on the mound, striking out seven batters in a complete game.

Woodland 21, Meadow Heights 4

Woodland's nine-run fourth inning accented its rout of host Meadow Heights.

Sasha Hutson won her second game on the mound for the Cardinals (4-3). Lotte Cook had three hits for Woodland.

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WP -- Sasha Hutson, 2-0. LP -- Horman. 2B -- Hutson (W), Amanda Hendrickson (M). Multiple hits -- Woodland, Lotte Cook 3-4, Tasha Lincoln 2-4, Chelsea McCormick 2-4. Records -- Woodland 4-3.

Advance 14, Clearwater 3

Advance jumped to a 6-0 lead after the first inning and held on for its first win.

Angela Broushuis led the Hornets (1-1) with two hits, and Gina Moroni won her first game on the mound.

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WP -- Gina Moroni, 1-1. Multiple hits -- Angela Broushuis (A) 2-3. Records -- Advance 1-1.

-- From staff reports

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