With nine stolen bases, Central runs past Kelly 5-2

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Central stole nine bases -- a total coach Steve Williams believes to be school record -- and had another dominating conference pitching performance in a 5-2 SEMO Conference win Wednesday against Kelly.

Lance Young struck out 12 and allowed just five hits in a complete-game victory. Matt Hester had two RBIs without an official at-bat and stole two bases. Ty Craft also stole two bases for the Tigers (12-4 overall, 7-1 SEMO Conference).

Central 5, Kelly 2

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WP -- Lance Young, 3-1. LP -- Simpher. 2B -- Felter (K), Young (C). Multiple hits -- Kelly, Simpher 2-3. Records -- Central 12-4.

Jackson 12, Dexter 2

Geoff Enders had a home run, four RBIs and picked up the win on the mound for the visiting Indians.

Enders struck out four, allowed one earned run and walked one in a five-inning complete game for Jackson (7-7 overall, 4-4 SEMO Conference).

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WP -- Geoff Enders, 3-0. LP -- Matthews. HR --Enders (J). 2B -- Rex Meyr (J), Robby Cheney 2 (J). Multiple hits -- Jackson, Cheney 2-3; Enders 2-3; Meyr 2-4. Records -- Jackson 7-7.

Scott City 13, East Prairie 11

Cody Carlyle had three hits, including a home run, and four RBIs in a road win.

Scott City freshman Shae Simmons pitched the final three innings for the win. Simmons added three hits for the Rams (5-5, 4-0 Scott-Mississippi).

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WP -- Shae Simmons, 1-0. HR -- Cody Carlyle (S), Secoy (E). 2B -- Matt Backfish (S), Secoy (E), Hatton (E), O'Guin (E), Jones (E). Multiple hits -- Scott City, Carlyle 3-4; Simmons 3-3; East Prairie, Lucas 3-4; Secoy 2-3; Hatton 2-4. Records -- Scott City 5-5.

Leopold 12, Oak Ridge 2

Matt Stoverink struck out 10 in a complete-game win on the road for the Wildcats (4-4).

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WP -- Matt Stoverink, 3-1. LP -- Ethan Sachs. 2B -- Wade Wiseman (L), Stoverink (L). Multiple hits -- Leopold, Tyler Clubb 2-4. Records -- Leopold 4-4.

GIRLS SOCCER St. Vincent 4, Windsor 0

Jessica Welker scored twice and Megan Wengert made four saves in goal to lead the Squaws to a shoutout win.

Lacey Siegmund and Theresa Mattingly added goals for St. Vincent (7-8-2). Courtney Besand had two assists and Brooke Brown added another.

BOYS GOLF

Central 146, Dexter 151, New Madrid CC 181

Central shot 2-over-par as a team to win a meet at Dexter.

Blake Driskell shot a 1-under 35, Kirk Lohmann shot a 36, Zach Kluesner shot a 37 and Robert Kaverman shot a 38.

Jackson 149, Ste. Gen 218

A.J. Balsman was medalist with a 1-over-par 36 for the Indians at Kimbeland.

Taylor McDowell shot a 37, and Gabe Sauer and T.J. Smith each shot a 38.

St. Vincent 165, ND 168

Zach Richardet was the medalist with a 1-over-par 36 at the Perryville Country Club.

Freshman Brett Slaten led Notre Dame with a 40.

Notre Dame -- Brett Slaten 40, Austin Gelsheimer 42, Austin Hunter 43, Brandon Holzum 43.

St. Vincent -- Zach Richardet 36, Corey Brueckner 37, Lucas Schumer 46, David Rhoden 46.

JV -- St. Vincent 193, Notre Dame 208

Mid East Tournament

Perryville finished second, nine strokes behind Hillsboro at the six-team Mid East Tournament played at Terre du Lac Country Club near Bonne Terre, Mo.

Perryville shot at 333, led by Chris Stryler's 80. Stryler was second overall. Rick Dunn shot an 89. Michael Fritsche and Bob Unger shot an 86 in best ball. John Zahner and Cory Lorenz shot a 78 in a scramble format.

BOYS TENNIS Carbondale, Ill., 8, Central 1

Central lost fell to 7-1 in dual play with a home loss to Carbondale, Ill. David Berry was Central's lone winner.

Singles

1. Tadisnia (Ca) def. Carson Kelley 8-3

2. Josh Porter (Ca) def. Robert Weir 8-2

3. Suntae Kim (Ca) def. David Deisher 10-8

4. David Berry (Ce) def. Nathan Lee 10-8

5. Tory Persetti (Ca) def. Will LaFoe 10-5

6. Ben Drake (Ca) def. Josh Hubbard 10-2

Doubles

1. Tadisnia-Kim (Ca) def. Kelley-Deisher 10-3

2. Lee-Persetti (Ca) def. Berry-LaFoe 10-4

3. Porter-Drake (Ca) def. Weir-Andrew Schupert 10-2

JV -- Central 3, Carbondale 3; Central winners -- Patrick Duffy, Brandon Gonzales-Garrett McMillan, Aaron Thornsberry-Hunter Givens

GIRLS SWIMMING ND 166, Ursuline 149, MICDS 115, Lutheran S. 103

Brittany Menz and Mollie Messmer each had individual wins as Notre Dame won a four-team meet at Mary Institute/Country Day School in St. Louis County. Menz won the 200 individual medley and Messmer won the 500 free.

Notre Dame results

200 medley relay -- 2. ND (Brittany Menz, Ashley Nenninger, Ashly Ducharme, Mollie Messmer), 2:05.10

200 fee -- 2. Jordan Seaugh 2:18.50

200 IM --1. Menz 224.05; 3, Ducharme 2:33.00

50 fee -- 3. M. Messmer. 28.39

Diving -- 2. Lauren Bader 166.5; 3, Emily Huber 161.85

100 fly -- 3. Ducharme 1:13.28

100 free -- 2. Nenninger 1:00.28

500 free -- 1. Messmer 5:52.67

200 free relay -- 1. ND (Menz, Nenninger, Seabuagh, Ducharme), 1:53.29

100 back -- 2. Menz 1:08.54

100 breast -- 2. Nenninger 1:18.56

400 free relay -- 3. ND (Rachel Henson, M. Messer, Seabaugh, Bader), 4:21.66

SOFTBALL Scott City 6, East Prairie 2

Emily Essner had a pair of hits and pitched all seven innings in a road win.

Essner struck out 10 and allowed just three hits.

Jenni Heisserer led the Rams (11-3) with three hits.

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WP -- Emily Essner, 8-3. LP -- Thomure. 2B -- Essner (S), Jenni Heisserer (S). Multiple hits -- Scott City, Heisserer 3-4; Lindsey Amick 2-2; Essner 2-4; Kim Klipfel 2-4. Records -- Scott City 11-3.

Leopold 14, Oak Ridge 3

Whitney Vandeven was a perfect 2-for-2 at the plate and struck out 11 on the mound to lead Leopold to a road rout.

Casey Bucher added two hits for the Wildcats (6-2).

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WP -- Whitney Vandeven, 5-2. LP -- Sedgwick. 3B -- Vandeven (L). Multiple hits -- Leopold, Vandeven 2-2; Casey Bucher 2-3; Oak Ridge, King 3-3. Records -- Leopold 6-2, Oak Ridge 3-6.

Oran 13, Advance 3

Oran pounded out 13 hits and won in six innings at home.

Jodi Urhahn led the Eagles (9-1) with three hits.

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WP -- Hanna Seyer, 7-1. LP -- Moroni. 2B -- Jodi Urhahn (O), Wendy Eftink (O), Rachel Moore (O), Victoria Senciboy (O). 3B -- Urhahn (O), Cassie Graviett 2 (O). Multiple hits -- Oran, Urhahn 3-5; Eftink 2-3; Graviett 2-3. Records -- Oran 9-1.

TRACK AND FIELD Ste. Genevieve Invitational

Jackson placed second out of 10 girls teams behind four first-place finishes by Rachel Kahle.

Kahle won the 100 meters (12.6), 200 (25.9), long jump (16-0 1/4) and the triple jump (36-0). Jackson also won the 400 relay in 54.3 seconds. Relay members included Amanda Peiffer, Kami Miinch, Roxanne Hudak and Andrea Richardet.

Jackson results

Team standings: 1. Ste. Genevieve 123, 2. Jackson 113, 3. Herculaneum 105, 4. Farmington 61, 5. Windsor 56

100 hurdles -- 2. Heather Hileman 17.8

100 -- 1. Rachel Kahle 12.6

400 relay -- 1. 54.3 (Amanda Peiffer, Kami Miinch, Roxanne Hudak, Andrea Richardet)

400 -- 2. Hudak 1:04

300 hurdles -- 2. Hileman 51.7

200 -- 1. Kahle 25.9, 3. Miinch 29.4

Discus -- 2. Peiffer 105-9

Long jump -- 1. Kahle 16-1/4

Triple jump -- 1. Kahle 36-0, 2. Katelynn James 33-8

High jump -- 3. Hileman 5-0

Chaffee Open

Saxony Lutheran continued to show it is more than just a distance-running power this season by capturing the boys team championship at the Chaffee Open.

Fredericktown dominated the girls meet with one four-event winner, a three-event winner and a double-winner.

Host Chaffee placed second and first-year program Bell City was third.

The Red Devils won the 400- and 800-meter relays. Christian Murakami, Chandra Uhrhan, Olivia Coomer and Tracy Martin teamed up to win the 400, and Uhrhan, Christa beck, Martin and Nikole Johnson won the 800.

* Results, story on Saxony's win in Friday's edition.

Central 113, Poplar Bluff 33

Mernetta Parchman led the Central girls to victory with three individual wins.

Parchman won the 100 hurdles (18.94), the high jump (4-10) and the long jump (15-0). Roxanne Jackson had a pair of wins in the 100 (12.9) and the 300 hurdles (53.40).

Central 96, Poplar Bluff 58

Tyler Terry led the way for the Central boys with two individual wins.

Terry won the triple jump with a jump of 43, feet, 8 3/4 inches and the long jump with a jump of 20-11.

-- From staff reports

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