Notre Dame rolls past Kennett in showdown

Friday, March 30, 2007

Luke Moll smacked a two-run home run to lead the Notre Dame baseball team to a 9-1 victory over Kennett on Thursday.

Dylan Drury went five innings to earn the win. He struck out three and allowed one hit.

Logan Glueck knocked in two runs for Notre Dame (3-2, 2-0).

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WP -- Dylan Drury. HR -- Luke Moll (ND). 2B -- Jacob Valleroy (ND). Multiple hits -- Notre Dame, Valleroy 2. Records -- Notre Dame 3-2, 2-0.

Chaffee 8, Poplar Bluff 6

Chaffee escaped with a SEMO Conference victory as Poplar Bluff lined out to center field with the bases loaded to end the game.

Adam Urhahn pitched 6 innings and picked up the win. He allowed seven hits and two earned runs, striking out four and walking four. Chris Hanback recorded the save, obtaining the final out on the liner after the Mules had pushed across two runs in the inning.

Hanback, Jerrod Steger, Josh Steger, Andy Hendrix and Zach McDaniel each had two hits for Chaffee, which improved to 4-2 overall and 2-2 in the conference.

Jerrod Steger had a triple, while Hanback and Hendrix had doubles.

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WP -- Adam Urhahn, 2-0. LP -- Magruder. 3B -- Jerrod Steger (C). 2B -- Boles (PB), Moore (PB), Chris Hanback (C), Andy Hendrix (C). Multiple hits -- Poplar Bluff, Markum 3-3; Hanback 2-3, Je. Steger 2-3, Josh Steger 2-2, Andy Hendrix 2-4, Zach McDaniel 2-3. Records -- Chaffee 4-2.

Puxico 4, Woodland 3, 8 innings

Puxico scored an unearned run in the top of the eighth inning to defeat Woodland.

Jacob Gillis suffered the loss in relief for Woodland (1-1) despite giving up no earned runs in 4 innings. He allowed four hits and struck out two.

Puxico took a 3-1 lead in the fourth inning on a three-run double, but Woodland tied the score with a run in the bottom of the frame and a single run in the fifth.

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WP -- Flores. LP -- Jacob Gillis, 0-1. 2B -- Fox (P), Jeremy Hudson (W). Multiple hits -- Puxico, Clark 2-4, Bunch 2-4. Records -- Puxico 3-0, Woodland 1-1.

Meadow Heights 6, South Iron 4

Freshman Toby Kennedy earned the victory on the mound for Meadow Heights. The left-hander faced 10 batters and didn't allow a hit or walk. He struck out three.

Matt Groves, who entered the game batting .625, saw his average drop after going 2-for-4 with a RBI. Tyler Wagner went 4-for-4 with three RBI.

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WP -- Toby Kennedy. 2B -- John Long (MH), Wainard (SI), Alcohn (SI). Multiple hits -- Meadow Heights, Tyler Wagner 4-4; Long (MH) 3-3; Matt Groves (MH) 2-4. Records -- Meadow Heights 2-2.

SOFTBALLWoodland 8, Puxico 7

Woodland scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh as it collected its first win at home.

Jessica Santi went 4-for-5 with a triple and a double to lead a 13-hit attack. Erica Vance went 3-for-4 for the Cardinals (1-2), while Natasha Rhodes, who had a triple, and Rheanna Greer both had two hits apiece.

Rhodes notched the victory in relief.

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WP -- Natasha Rhodes, 1-1. LP -- Harty. 2B -- Williams (P), Santi (W). 3B -- Rhodes (W) Jessica Santi (W). Multiple hits -- Puxico, Wight 2-4, Harty 2-4; Woodland, Rhodes 2-4, Rheanna Greer 2-5, Santi 4-5, Erica Vance 3-4. Records -- Puxico 0-0, Woodland 1-2.

GIRLS SOCCERCentral 3, Harrisonburg, Ill. 2

Sarah Uptmor finished with a goal and an assist while Jenna Matthews added two assists in Central's victory.

Allison Billmeyer and Laura Lusk both added a goal in the victory.

Jackie Twidwell and Meg Goodman both saw action in goal for Central (3-4).

St. Vincent 1, Pacific 0

Brooke Brown scored an unassisted goal in the 64th minute as St. Vincent notched a victory in Fenton, Mo.

Goalkeeper Megan Wengert made seven saves for her fourth shutout of the season for the Squaws, who improved to 6-1.

Perryville 2, Fredericktown 1

Kendra Schilli and Becca Hanquist scored goals as Perryville won at home.

Lindsay Martin and Nicole Gremaud assisted on the scores, while goalkeeper Chastity Marr made 10 saves for Perryville (4-2). Fredericktown avoided the shutout on a penalty kick with 4 seconds left.

The JV teams played to a 0-0 tie.

BOYS TRACK AND FIELDPerryville 91, Saxony Lutheran 60, Valle Ste. Genevieve 31

Saxony Lutheran won four relays and seven events overall to finish second in a three-team meet hosted by Perryville.

Saxony won the 400-, 800-, 1,600- and 3,200-meter relays. Ross Gage also won two individual events, finishing first in the 1,600 and 3,200.

Boys

3,200 relay -- 1. Saxony Lutheran 8:45 (Andrew Etzold, Ross Gage, Joe Buerck, Brandon Etzold)

800 relay -- 1. Saxony Lutheran 1:42 (Chad Bachmann, Mark Buerck, Max Wieser, Trevor Mabuce)

1,600 -- 1. Gage (SL) 4:46, 3. Peter Winningham (SL) 4:55

400 relay -- 1. Saxony Lutheran 47.79 (Alex Rodewald, Mabuce, Bachmann, Clay Obergoenner)

400 -- 1. B. Etzold (SL) 50.64, 2. Wieser (SL) 53:05, 3. Alex Jauch (SL) 54.91

300 hurdles -- 2. Jauch (SL) 43.57

800 -- 1. Wieser (SL) 2:08, 2. B. Etzold (SL) 2:11

3,200 -- 1. Gage (SL) 11:14, 2. Rhett Obermann (SL) 11:59, 3. Winningham (SL) 12:16

1,600 relay -- 2. Saxony Lutheran 3:45 (A. Etzoldt, Rodewald, Obergoenner, B. Etzold)

Girls Track and FieldValle 89, Perryville 61, Saxony Lutheran 32

Freshman runner Cassie Simpher won four events for Saxony Lutheran as the Crusaders finished third in a three-team meet hosted by Perryville.

Simpher won the 100, 200 and 400 meters, and she also claimed the long jump title.

100 -- 1. Cassie Simpher (SL) 13.09

200 -- 1. Simpher (SL) 26.77

400 -- 1. Simpher (SL) 1:00.47

Long jump -- 1. Simpher (SL) 14-9.5

1,600 -- 2. Deanna Dippold (SL) 6:34

800 -- 2. Brooke Kasten (SL) 2:59

3,200 -- 3. Alicea Mahnken (SL) 15:28

3,200 relay -- 2. Saxony Lutheran 12:12 (Dippold, Kasten, Mahnken, Katelin Englehart)

BOYS TENNISCentral 9, DeSoto 0

Central cruised to a victory at DeSoto. No Central player dropped more than two games.

David Berry (No. 2 singles), Garrett McMillan (No. 5 singles) Andrew Shupert (No. 6 singles) and Josh Hubbard and McMillan (No. 3 doubles) didn't drop a game in their matches for Central (2-0).

Singles

No. 1 -- Patrick Duffy (C) def. Josh Danback 8-1

No. 2 -- David Berry (C) def. Brittany Kitson 8-0

No. 3 -- Brandon Gonzalez (C) def. Dustin Sergent 8-1

No. 4 -- Josh Hubbard (C) def. Jimmy Burkeen 8-2

No. 5 -- Garrett McMillan (C) def. Scott Ketcherside 8-0

No. 6 -- Andrew Shupert (C) def. Ariel Charboneau 8-0

Doubles

No. 1 -- Duffy-Berry (C) def. Danback-Kitson 8-1

No. 2 -- Gonzalez-Cole Bradley (C) def. Sergent-Burkeen 8-1

No. 3 -- Hubbard-McMillan (C) def. Ketcherside-Charboneau 8-0

JV track

The Central boys and girls teams swept their own triangular.

Mary Dohogne was a quadruple winner, taking first in the 1,600 (6:29.20), 800 (3:00.44), triple jump (26-6.75) and the 1,600 relay (5:11.59) Dohogne teamed with Jordyn Richmond, Kristin Begley and Alle Hardesty on the 1,600 relay.

Central scored 75 points, followed by Sikeston (41) and Scott City (12).

On the boys side, Central scored 86 points.

Central's Zach Horrell won the 200 (25.28), discus (123-0) and the 800 relay (1:41.62) He teamed with Lavonzo Martin, Thomas McElmurry and James Poindexter on the relay.

Central winners

Girls

75 hurdles -- Tyneshi Ivy, 14.43

200 -- Tyneshi Ivy, 28.78

Shot put -- Ranisha Cayce, 21-0

Discus -- Ranisha Cayce, 50-6

1,600 -- Mary Dohogne, 6:29.20

800 -- Mary Dohogne, 3:00.44

triple jump -- Mary Dohogne, 26-6.75

Long jump -- 13-3.75

400 relay -- Elizabeth Hinkle, Davanika Giboney, Aspen Pullen, Brittani Summers, 58.07

1,600 relay -- Mary Dohogne, Jordyn Richmond, Kristin Begley, Allie Hardesty, 5:11.59

Boys

100 hurdles -- Thomas McElmurry, 15.94

100 -- James Poindexter, 12.51

800 relay -- Lavonzo Martin, Thomas McElmurry, James Poindexter, Zach Horrell, 1:41.62

1,600 -- Roy Leighton, 5:38.48

400 -- Matt Deischer, 1:00.00

800 -- Colin Summers, 2:34.01

200 -- Zach Horrell, 25.28

Pole vault -- Matt Deischer, 10-6

Discus -- Zach Horrell, 123-10

JV tennisCentral 3, DeSoto 0

Tyler Camp, Josh Wen and the doubles team of Dylan Thomas and Omar Malik were enjoyed victorious days for the Central tennis team.

-- From staff reports

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