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St. Vincent edges Jackson in soccer
Courtney Besand scored 1 minute into the game and then added another goal to lead St. Vincent to a 2-1 victory over Jackson in a girls soccer game Wednesday night.
Brooke Brown assisted on one of Besand's goals for the Indians (12-2). Megan Wengert made 10 saves in goal.
Chelsey Dale netted the lone goal for Jackson.
Notre Dame 5, Sikeston 1
Meridith Medlin scored two goals to help propel the Bulldogs to the victory.
Brooke Beussink, Jordan Radetic and Courtney Luehmann added a goal apiece in the win.
Mindy Siebert finished with three assists for the Bulldogs (10-2-1).
BASEBALLScott City 26, Delta 2
Rynn Eskew went 3-for-4 and drove in seven runs at the plate and struck out eight in three innings to pick up the win for the Rams (10-5).
Ryan Modglin and Cody Dirnberger both knocked in four runs. Cody Carlyle drove in three.
WP -- Rynn Eskew. LP -- White. HR -- Ryan Modglin (SC), Rynn Eskew (SC). 3B -- Shae Simmons (SC), Cody Dirnberger (SC). 2B -- Ryan Modglin (SC), Cody Dirnberger (SC), Cody Carlyle (SC), Rynn Eskew (SC), Clayton Hall (SC), Josh Henson (SC), Caleb Gray (SC). Multiple hits -- Scott City, Ryan Modglin 2-3, Cody Dirnberger 2-3, Clayton Hall 2-3, Cody Carlyle 2-3, Rynn Eskew 3-4. Records -- Scott City 10-5.
Leopold 17, Zalma 0
Leopold struck for 10 runs in the first inning and cruised to the victory.
Matt Stoverink scattered two hits over five innings for the win.
WP -- Matt Stoverink. LP -- Nick Smith.
SOFTBALLDelta 10, Scott City 1
Sarah Blattel went 2-for-4 and knocked in a run to help Delta roll past the Rams in Scott City, because Delta's field was too wet.
Kendra Burnett improved to 10-2 on the mound with five strikeouts and two walks.
WP -- Kendra Burnett, 10-2. LP -- Emily Essner. 2B -- Sarah Blattel (D). Multiple hits -- Sarah Blattel 2-4, Taylor Keys 2-3. Records -- Delta 11-2, Scott City 13-3.
Oran 10, Leopold 2
Wendy Eftink went 3-for-3 at the plate and struck out 10 on the mound to lead Oran to victory. She allowed just one hit.
Jodi Urhahn went 4-for-4 with three triples in the win.
WP -- Wendy Eftink. LP --Bueter. 3B -- Jodi Urhahn 3 (O), Wendy Eftink (O). 2B -- Wendy Eftink (O). Multiple hits -- Oran, Jodi Urhahn 4-4, Wendy Eftink 3-3. Records -- Oran 11-1.
TENNISCentral 11, Lindbergh 0
Central pounded host Lindberg, finishing with six singles wins and five doubles wins for the victory.
Central (8-2) defeated Dexter 8-0, and finished second at the Poplar Bluff Invitational last weekend, where David Berry was second overall.
Central 11, Lindbergh 0
No. 1 -- David Berry (C) def. Ross Alberston 6-1,6-1
No. 2 -- Patrick Duffy (C) def. Scott Gyllisnvorg: 6-1,6-3
No. 3 -- Robert Weir (C) def. Jordan Lynch 6-3,6-2
No. 4 -- Will LaFoe (C) def. Chris Long 6-3,6-2
No. 5 -- Brandon Gonzales (C) Matt Ullrich 6-4,4-6,10-2
No. 6 -- Josh Hubbard (C) def. Brett Tanaka 4-6,6-0,10-8.
No. 1 -- Berry-Duffy (C) def. Albertson-Gyllisnvorg 8-5
No. 2 -- Weir-LaFoe (C) def. Ullrich-Lynch 8-3
No. 3 -- Gonzales-Hubbard (C) def. Tanaka-Lang 8-1
No. 4 -- Andrew Shupert-Cole Bradley (C) def. Schroisll-Pisllatini 6-2,3-6,6-2
No. 5 -- Garrett McMillan-Alex Kies (C) def. Lee-Kelelsett 6-1,6-2.
Central 8, Dexter 0
No. 1 -- Berry (C) def. Thomas Fowler 8-2
No. 2 -- Duffy (C) def. Gary Corse 8-1
No. 3 -- Weir (C) def. Dusty Potter 8-0
No. 4 -- Gonzales (C) def. James Fowler 8-1
No. 5 -- Hubbard (C) def. Alex Watkins 8-3.
No. 1 -- Berry-Duffy (C) Corse-J. Fowler 8-2
No. 2 -- Weir-LaFoe (C) def. T. Fowler-Anthony Alsup 8-5
No. 3 -- Gonzales-Hubbard (C) def. Drew Satterfield-Watkins 8-3.
JV Winners -- Shupert-Bradley, McMillan-Kies, Dylan Thomas-Tyler Camp, Josh Wen-Zach Kyle.
GOLFCentral 162, N.D. 198, Saxony Lutheran 210
Jack Connell and Tim Simmons shared medalist honors, both shooting 40s to lead Central over Notre Dame and Saxony Lutheran.
Brandon Pleimann led Notre Dame with a 46 and Clay Obergoenner was Saxony Lutheran's top finisher with a 42.
Central -- Jack Connell 40, Tim Simmons 40, Jordan Sheets 41, Cole Viers 41
Notre Dame -- Brandon Pleimann 46, Emily Matthews 47, Derek Kim 52, Daniel Oliver 53
Saxony -- Clay Obergoenner 42, Tyler James 52, Ben Skelton 58, Adam Boehme 58
Poplar Bluff 149, Jackson 171
Poplar Bluff brothers Tyler and Trent Hillis both shot a 36 to share medalist honors.
T.J. Smith had the low round for Jackson, a 37. Rounding out the scoring for the Indians were A.J. Balsman (38), John Moreland (46), Brian Hill (50) and Trent Weaver had (50).
It was Jackson's first loss of the season in a dual meet.
The Central junior varsity girls track team took first place at its own invitational while the boys team took second.
200 -- Tynesha Ivy (29.71)
Shot put -- Christen Johnson (31-10.5)
800 relay -- Lavonzo Martin, Thomas McElmurry, James Poindexter, Zach Horrell (1:41.61)
High jump -- Thomas McElmurry (4-10)
Discus -- Zach Horrell (19-1)
Pole vault -- Matt Deisher (10-0)
-- From staff reports