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Central tennis stays perfect in duals
The Central girls tennis team improved to 13-0 in dual matches with a 7-2 home victory against Poplar Bluff on Thursday.
The Tigers won five of the six singles matches and two of three in doubles.
Sarah Ford and Lindsey Pingel won the singles matches at the top of the lineup and teamed up for a doubles victory as well. Brooke Morris also had a win in singles and was part of a winning doubles team with Christen Edmonds.
Carsen Bahn and Claire Segar also had singles wins for the Tigers.
Central 7, Poplar Bluff 2
1. Sarah Ford (C) def. Priya Gujarati 8-3
2. Lindsey Pingel (C) def. Morgan Allen 8-3
3. Mallory Barks (PB) def. Kristen Ford 8-2
4. Claire Segar (C) def. Dana Schuermann 9-7
5. Brooke Morris (C) def. Rachel Blaich 8-2
6. Carsen Bahn (C) def. Katie Blaich 8-0
1. S. Ford-Pingel (C) def. Gijarati-Allen 8-1
2. Barks-Schermann (PB) def. K. Ford-Segar 8-5
3. Christen Edmonds-Morris (C) def. Blaich-Blaich 8-0
JV -- Central won 15-0; Centra winners: Kristi Lazarova, Karrie Moll, Sami Gross, Lauren Tobin, Sarah Uptmor, Paige Kinder, Emily Hiett, Kelsey Teichman, Allie Billmeyer, Kaley Chism; Bahn-Lazarova, Moll-Tobin, Gross-Kinder, Uptmor-Hiett, Teichman, Billmeyer.
Jackson 6, Dexter 3
Sarah Detring and Maura Neader brought home wins in both singles and doubles for the Indians in a road victory.
1. Amanda Dooley (D) def. Erinne Haff 8-2
2. Sarah Detring (J) def. Kristen Bush 8-2
3. Alynda Lane (J) def. Kaitlyn Pyle 8-0
4. Maura Neader (J) def. Emily Vines 8-2
5. Kaityln Hiel (D) def. Ellen Beil 8-6
6. Raechel Batz (J) def. Kendra Rinehart 8-3
1. Dooley-Pyle (D) def. Lane-Beil 8-1
2. Haff-Detring (J) def. Bush-Hiel 8-1
3. Allison Keiper-Neader (J) def. Vines-Rinehart 8-2
Jackson JV winners -- Emily Hoffman; Andrea Penzel; Chelsea Jones; Jade Freeman; Katie Miinch; Maureen Hoinka; Batz-Jones; Hoffman-Penzel; Logan Birk-Olivia Meyer; Katie King-Kaylynn Sneathen.
|VOLLEYBALL St. Vincent||25||25 St. Pius||9||15|
St. Vincent remained unbeaten in Jefferson County Conference play with a home win against Festus St. Pius.
Courtney Besand had seven kills, 13 digs and 11 service points to lead the Squaws (22-2-2). Brooke Brown had five kills and two aces, Brooke Hayden had five kills, Kelsey Cissell had 12 assists and 13 digs, and Lacey Siegmund had eight assists.
JV -- St. Vincent won in three sets.
Cassie Seiler dished out 20 assists in a home sweep.
Casey Bucher led the Wildcats (13-1) with eight kills. Jenny Vandeven and Erin Woodfin had seven kills apiece. Desiree Arnzen added seven digs, and Woodfin had two blocks.
JV -- Leopold won 25-15, 25-17.
|Scott City||25||25 Sikeston||20||17|
Scott City freshman Brooke Simpson had seven blocks, four kills and four digs in a road sweep.
Kristen Yetman led the Rams (10-3-1) with 10 assists, Kacie Ritter had eight assists, Brittany Licare had seven digs and Valerie Gibbons had six digs.
JV -- Scott City won 25-18, 25-19.
Lauren Johnson led the Cardinals with seven kills in a home sweep.
Chelsie Morris had five kills, Kyla Choate had three kills, Brandi Killian had 10 assists, Rheanna Greer added eight assists, and Jessica Santi had 12 points for Woodland (14-4-1).
|Meadow Hts||25||25 Marquand||6||11|
Erica Wilfong and Jenna Hahs had five kills apiece to help the Panthers reach the .500 mark.
Brandy Mayberry and Kyla Mouser had three kill apiece for Meadow Heights (7-7-1).
JV -- Meadow Heights won 25-15, 25-18.
The Pirates rallied for a road victory.
Jocelyn Moll and Liz Martin each had eight kills, while Brittany Castleberry added six kills and Ava Johnson had five.
Moll also led the team in blocks with six, while Martin had 12 assists. Brittany Castleberry had 10 digs, and Ashley Castleberry had seven digs and five assists. Johnson seven digs and four assists, while Lezlie Lundy had seven digs and three kills.
JV -- Perryville won 25-20, 25-23.
Advance topped host Central in a three-set thriller.
The Hornets led 23-20 in the final game, but Central rattled off four straight points before Advance claimed the win.
For Central (10-8-2), Wendy Zickfield had seven kills, Kristen Shirrell had 20 assists and Kyla Valleroy had 16 digs.
|Bell City||25||25 Dexter||19||18|
Bell City improved to 18-1 with a home sweep.
Rachel Spears had six kills, four set-blocks and two aces for the Cubs. Jessica Abner added five kills and two set-blocks.
The Cubs host Leopold tonight in a meeting of Class 1 district champions last year.
SOFTBALL Central 5, Poplar Bluff 4
Central pounded out 10 hits and climbed to .500 with a home win.
Sirena Watkins led the Tigers (11-11) with three hits. Paige Rothenberger and Courtney Schuessler had two hits apiece. Watkins added two RBIs.
Tigers pitcer Amanda Nichols struck out eight, allowed four hits, six walks and three earned runs for the win.
WP -- Amanda Nichols. LP -- Maloney. 2B -- Rainbolt (P). Multiple hits -- Central, Sirena Watkins 3-4; Paige Rothenberger 2-3; Courtney Schuessler 2-3. Records -- Central 11-11.
Jackson 13, East Prairie 0
Sheila Wade struck out 10 in a five-inning complete game shutout.
Jackson banged out 10 hits, led by Hana Bolen with two. Bolen and Jessica Pitts had two RBIs apiece for Jackson (13-9).
WP -- Sheila Wade. LP -- White. 2B -- Jessica Pitts (J), Kelci Keith (J). Multiple hits -- Jackson, Hana Bolen 2-2. Records -- Jackson 13-9.
Chaffee 3, Shawnee, Ill., 1
Sarah Benton struck out seven and allowed just three hits in a road win.
The Red Devils (6-10) trailed 1-0 until breaking through with two runs in the sixth.
WP -- Sarah Benton. LP -- Abernathy. Records -- Chaffee 6-10.
Notre Dame 22, Sikeston 0
Pitcher Miranda Schlosser had a perfect day at the plate -- 5-for-5 with three doubles -- to go along with her near-perfect day on the mound in a five-inning victory at Sikeston.
Schlosser allowed just one hit and struck out eight in improving to 9-2.
Paris Burger added three hits, while Cortney Ostendorf and Alex Fowler each had two. Kristain Burger was 1-for-1 with four walks and five runs scored.
Notre Dame (21-2) hosts Kelly at 5:30 p.m. Monday in a game to decide the SEMO Conference championship.
WP -- Miranda Schlosser, 9-2; LP -- Kio Storm. 2B -- Schlosser (ND) 3, Hannah Glueck (ND), Williams (S); 3B -- Erika Reinagel (ND). Multiple hits -- ND, Paris Burger 3-4, Schlosser 5-5, Cortney Ostendorf 2-4, Alex Fowler 2-3. Record -- Notre Dame 21-2.
-- From staff reports