Central soccer nips Mules in 2 OTs

Friday, September 15, 2006

Matt Hester scored 3 minutes into the second overtime to lift the Central boys soccer team over district rival Poplar Bluff 2-1 on Thursday night.

Hester, a senior, was assisted by sophomore Lucian Johnson, who also assisted on the first goal, which was scored by sophomore Zach Zaruba in the 50th minute.

Central reached .500 at 4-4-1 with its third straight victory.

"I knew Poplar Bluff was improved," Central coach Tom Doyle said. "They're doing some good things and we're still growing a little bit."

The Tigers surrendered a goal to Poplar Bluff in the 74th minute to send the game overtime.

Central hosts Jackson on Tuesday.

Saxony Lutheran 3, Kennett 1

Andrew Etzold, Garrett Fritsche and Mark Buerck scored to give Saxony Lutheran a road win.

The Crusaders improved to 3-1. They had finished second in the Cavalier Soccer Classic in Joplin, Mo., last weekend.

VOLLEYBALL St. Vincent2525 Hillsboro1823

St. Vincent improved to 16-1 with a home sweep.

Kelsey Cissell had nine points, five kills and seven assists for St. Vincent. Brooke Brown and Kayilyn Petzoldt added five kills apiece, Brooke Hayden had three aces and four kills and Lacey Siegmund had nine assists.

JV -- St. Vincent won. Freshmen -- St. Vincent won.

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Woodland edged Jackson for the second time in a week, repeating its victory at the B.A. Sports Volleyball Classic.

Chelsie Morris led the Cardinals (12-2-1) with eight kills. Jessica Santi had seven kills and Lauren Johnson had four kills. Rheanna Greer added seven points.

For Jackson (5-8-1), Katelyn James had 10 kills and four blocks, Chelsea Olson had 22 assists and DeDe Whitlow had 19 digs.

JV -- Jackson won 25-18, 25-14.

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Perryville swept a road match.

Elizabeth Martin had five kills and nine assists for the Pirates (7-6-3). Jocelyn Moll led Perryville with seven kills, Brittany Castleberry had five kills and Ava Johnson had four kills.

JV -- Perryville won 25-22, 27-25.

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Scott City freshman Brooke Simpson led the Rams with seven kills and three blocks in a road win.

Livia Giovanni had eight assists for the Rams (8-2-1), Kristin Yetman had seven assists, Jenni Heisserer had five aces and Whitney Tapley added three blocks.

JV -- Scott City won 25-18, 27-25.

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Laura Meyer had five kills and Kia Thomas had three kills and two blocks to lead Oak Ridge in a home victory.

The Blue Jays improved to 7-5.

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Nicole Petzoldt had five kills and four digs for the Crusaders in a home win.

Tiffany Haertling led Saxony with 11 points, and added four kills and four aces. Kara Versemann added four kills for Saxony (4-6), and Taylor Krauss had four digs.

JV -- Saxony Lutheran won 25-19, 25-13.

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Brandy Mayberry led the Panthers with nine kills in a home sweep.

Erica Wilfong and Jenna Hahs added four kills apiece for Meadow Heights (6-6-1). Kyla Mouser had three kills.

JV -- Meadow Heights won 25-17, 25-11.

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Oran fell to 2-9 with a home loss. Cassie Graviett had 10 digs and seven kills for the Eagles, while Kayla Graviett had 15 digs and Mandi Wood had nine assists.

JV -- NMCC won, 25-9, 25-13.

SOFTBALL Notre Dame 4, Jackson 2

Kristain Burger hit a solo home run and Miranda Schlosser limited Jackson to four hits in a home win.

Schlosser struck out five and walked three to improve to 8-1. Lauren Bond had two hits for the Bulldogs (16-1).

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WP -- Miranda Schlosser, 8-1. LP -- Sheila Wade. HR -- Kristain Burger (N). 2B -- Schlosser (N), Cortney Ostendorf (N), Lauren Bond (N), Kelci Keith (J). Multiple hits -- Notre Dame, Bond 2-3. Records -- Jackson 7-8, Notre Dame 16-1.

JV -- Notre Dame won 1-0.

Kelly 21, East Prairie 0

Kelly made short work of visiting East Prairie, winning in three innings.

Casey Kern struck out five for the shutout and added two hits. Brittany Ponder had a triple and four RBIs for the Hawks (15-2). Summer Proctor, Londyn Backfish and Sarah Ruff had two hits apiece.

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WP -- Casey Kern. LP -- White. 3B -- Brittany Ponder (K), Summer Proctor (K). Multiple hits -- Kelly, Proctor 2-2; Londyn Backfish 2-2; Kern 2-2; Sarah Ruff 2-2. Records -- Kelly 15-2.

Perryville 6, Windsor 5

Perryville scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to complete a comeback from a 5-0 deficit.

Windsor scored five runs in the top of the fourth to go ahead 5-0, but the Pirates (4-8) bounced back with three in the bottom of the inning.

Emily Hanquist led Perryville with three hits, and Alyssa Bauwens added two hits. Lindsey Schumer picked up the win.

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WP -- Lindsey Schumer. LP -- McCraw. 2B -- Casey Brewer (P). 3B -- Alyssa Bauwens (P), Emily Hanquist (P). Multiple hits -- Perryville, Hanquist 3-4; Bauwens 2-4. Records -- Perryville 4-8.

GIRLS TENNIS Central 9, Dexter 0

Central improved to 11-0 in dual play with a road win.

Singles

1. Sarah Ford def. Amanda Dooley 8-4

2. Lindsey Pingel def. Lauren Miller, forfeit

3. Christen Edmonds def. Kristen Bush 8-2

4. Kristen Ford def. Kaitlyn Pyle 8-0

5. Claire Segar def. Emily Vines 8-2

6. Brooke Morris def. Kaitlyn Hiel 8-4

Doubles

1. S. Ford-Pingel def. Dooley-Miller 8-5

2. K. Ford-Segar def. Bush-Pyle 8-2

3. Edmonds-Morris def. Vines-Heil 8-2

JV -- Central won 10-2. Central winners -- Carsen Bahn; Karrie Moll; Emily Hiett; Sami Gross; Kelsey Teichman; Allie Billmeyer; Kaley Chism; Moll-Tobin; Gross-Sarah Uptmor; Paige Kinder-Hiett

OTHER EVENTS

* The Central freshman football team shut out Perryville 36-0 at home. Dre Johnson led the Tigers (3-0) with two scores. Chris Swader, Brandon Pickens and Raymond Woldtvedt added scores.

* The Central eighth grade football team beat Farmington 36-0 on the road. Wesley Smith scored two touchdown, while Matthew Deisher, Andrew William and Keilon Moore each had one for the Tigers (1-0).

-- From staff reports

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