Reinagel leads Bulldogs to 15-0 romp over Kennett

Friday, September 21, 2007

The Notre Dame softball team continued its roll through the competition.

The Bulldogs knocked off Kennett 15-0 on Thursday to improve to 18-0.

Lauren Reinagel put on a show, not only in the circle, but also in the batter's box. She tossed a shutout to improve her record to 17-0 and also chipped in two hits.

Heather Menz stole two bases for the Bulldogs.

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WP -- Lauren Reinagel, 17-0. LP -- Morrow. 2B -- Reinagel (N), Heather Menz (N), Alex Fowler (N), Brooke Glastetter (N). Multiple hits -- Notre Dame, Lauren Reinagel 2-3, Glastetter 3-3. Records -- Notre Dame 18-0.

Oran 13, East Prairie 0

Taylor Irwin had three hits, including a double, and Claire Seyer tossed a shutout to help Oran defeat East Prairie.

The Eagles scored in every inning and had four players with multiple-hit games.

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WP -- Claire Seyer, 3-0. LP -- Woodard. 2B -- Taylor Irwin (O), Halle Woodfin (O). Multiple hits -- Oran, Taylor Irwin 3-4; Jody Urhahn 2-4; Amanda Williams 2-4; Katey Tilley 2-2. Records -- Oran 11-2,

Poplar Bluff 10, Central 0

Central committed six errors as it fell on the road.

Amanda Nichols was roughed up for five runs and eight hits in 5 1/3 innings.

Mia Russell was the bright spot at the plate for the Tigers with two hits.

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WP -- Maloney. LP -- Amanda Nichols. Multiple hits -- Central, Mia Russell 2-3.

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Maddie Hutchings had six kills and two blocks to lead Leopold.

Danielle Beel added five kills and two blocks while Cassie Seiler tallied 16 assists for the Wildcats (12-2).

JV -- Leopold won 25-19 25-17.

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Jenna Hahs had eight kills and eight blocks to lead Meadow Heights.

Woodland (10-4) was led by Chelsea Morris with 12 kills, Jessica Santi with 11 kills and Lauren Johnson with 7 kills. Brandi Killian also chipped in with 18 assists.

JV -- Woodland won 25-16, 25-20

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Central improved to 12-6-2 with a road sweep.

Taylor Kirn and Wendi Zickfield each had six kills for the Tigers, and Carissa Wheeler had seven digs and four aces.

JV -- Advance won 25-23, 25-16 and 25-22

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Jordan McFall the Rams with eight assists, two aces, eight digs and two kills.

Brittany Licare added nine digs, while Katie Diebold had five digs for the Rams.

BOYS SOCCERSaxony Lutheran 3, Anna-Jonesboro (Ill.) 1

Saxony Lutheran won on the road behind goals from Ross Gage, Garret Fritsche and Max Weiser.

Andrew Etzold had two assists while Mark Buerck had one. Bryant Steffens made six saves in goal.

GIRLS TENNISJackson 6, Dexter 3

The Indians won at home, notching wins in four of the six singles matches and two of three doubles matches.

Singles

1 -- Amanda Dooley (D) def. Erinne Haff, 8-3

2 -- Katelyn Heil (D) def. Chelsea Jones, 8-5

3 -- Maura Neader (J) def. Emily Vines, 8-6

4 -- Ellyn Beil (J) def. Kendra Rinehart, 8-2

5 -- Allison Keiper (J) def. Kristyn Lemons, 8-1

6 -- Raechel Batz (J) def. Catherine Kiechin, 8-1

Doubles

1 -- Dooley and Heil (D) def. Haff and Beil, 8-3

2 -- Neader and Keiper (J) def. Vines and Lemons 8-0

3 -- Batz and Jones (J) def. Rinehart and Kiechin 8-1

JV winners -- Singles Jade Freeman, Kaylyn Sneathen Doubles Andrea Penzel and Emily Hoffman

Central 9, Poplar Bluff 0

The Tigers improved to 10-1 in duals with a road sweep.

Singles

1 -- Sarah Ford (C) def. Morgan Allan, 8-0

2 -- Lindsey Pingel (C) def. Jessica Gray, 8-0

3 -- Christen Edmonds (C) def. Dana Schuerman, 8-1

4 -- Brooke Morris (C) def. Alli Poteet, 8-0

5 -- Kristy Lazarova (C) def. Jennie Hubbard, 8-1

6 -- Sammi Gross (C) def. Kelsey Olsen, 8-0

Doubles

1 -- Ford and Pingel (C) def. Allan and Schuerman, 8-1

2 -- Edmonds and Lazarova (C) def. Gray and Poteet, 8-3

3 -- Morris and Gross (C) def. Hubbard and Olsen, 8-0

JV winners -- Singles Paige Kinder, Sarah Uptmor, Emily Gerlach, Emma Seger, Kelsey Teichman Doubles Seger and Gerlach, Teichman and Kaley Chisim, Sarah Thornsberry and Allie Bill Meyer

-- From staff reports

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