Bell City boys basketball rallies to beat Oran
Southeast Missouri State football inks Cape Central wide receiver Al Young
Jackson's Tomsu signs with Southeast Missouri State soccer
Saxony Lutheran's Brune signs to extend soccer career at Division I Troy
Notre Dame boys basketball snaps Cape Central's 11-game win streak
Saxony girls basketball team holds off Dexter
Chaffee improves to 6-0 this season
Andrew Dooley knocked in three runs Monday to help the Chaffee baseball team remain undefeated this season.
Josh Steger knocked in a pair and smacked a double as the Red Devils beat Bloomfield 9-4 to improve to 6-0.
Russell Gardner went the distance for the win, striking out nine without walking a batter. All four runs were unearned.
Chaffee hosts Central today.
@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:WP — Russell Gardner. LP — Williamson. 2B — Josh Steger (C). Multiple hits — Bloomington: McNeal 2-4, Price 2-3, Bryean 2-4. Record — Chaffee 6-0.
Potosi 6, Central 5
Garrett Stevens and Hide Tanaka both went 2-for-3 and drove in a pair of runs, but it wasn't enough for the visiting Tigers.
It was the fifth one-run loss for Central (3-8) this season.
Zach Wilson took the loss in relief, going 1 1/3 innings.
Josh Meyer started for Central. He lasted four innings, striking out two and walking four.
@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:WP — Dave Hampton. LP — Zach Wilson. 2B — Garrett Stevens (C), Hide Tanaka (C), Kyle Marler (P). Multiple hits — Central: Stevens 2-3, Tanaka 2-3; Potosi: Clayton Smith 2-3. Record — Central 3-8.
Bell City 6, Leopold 5
Nick Niemczyk blasted a pair of two-run homers to power the Cubs past the visiting Wildcats.
Niemczyk also picked up the win in relief, going 1 2/3 innings. He walked four and struck out two.
Chris Wright started for the Cubs (1-2), and lasted four innings. He struck out four and walked four.
@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:WP — Nick Niemczyk. LP — Cody Van De Ven. 2B — Phillip Gross (BC). HR — Niemczyk 2 (BC). Multiple hits — Leopold: Wiseman 2-3; Bell City: Niemczyk 2-3, Jeff Long 2-3. Record — Bell City 1-2.
Notre Dame 10, Poplar Bluff 0
Mark Himmelberg threw all five innings, allowing one hit and striking out five batters for the Bulldogs.
Notre Dame's Austin Greer homered, while Wesley Glaus, Aaron Tomaszewski, Jake Pewitt and Himmelberg all went 2-for-3 in the win.
The Bulldogs scored all 10 runs in the fourth inning.
@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:WP — Mark Himmelberg. LP — Pickard. HR — Austin Greer (ND). 2B — Wesley Glaus (ND), Aaron Tomaszewski (ND), Berry (PB). Multiple hits — Notre Dame: Jake Pewitt 2-3, Tomaszewski 2-3, Himmelberg 2-3, Glaus 2-3. Record — Notre Dame 3-4.
Delta 9, Woodland 4
Matt Gooch went 2-for-4 with two doubles and knocked in three runs for the Bobcats.
Cody Schrum went 2-for-3 with three stolen bases and Cody Naramore went 2-for-3 with three runs scored to help Delta (1-2) pick up its first win.
@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:WP — Tyler Martin, 1-1. LP — Johnson. 2B — Cody Naramore 2 (D), Matt Gooch 2 (D), Johnson 2 (W). Multiple hits — Delta: Cody Schrum 2-3, Naramore 2-3, Gooch 2-4; Woodland: Johnson 2-3. Record — Delta 1-2.
Advance 10, Richland 0
Dave VanGennip threw a no-hitter through five innings and struck out 13 batters as the Hornets (1-4) picked up their first win.
VanGennip also had the only extra basehit — a double — in the game.
@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:WP — Dave VanGennip, 1-1. LP — Miller. 2B — Dave VanGennip (R). Multiple hits — Advance: Adam Cato 2-3. Record — Advance 1-4.
Scott City 12, Advance 0
Rams catcher Cody Carlyle went 3-for-4 with two home runs and knocked in seven to power the Rams (5-1) past the Hornets.
Sophomore pitcher Skylar Cobb threw four innings, striking out seven to earn the win.
@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:WP — Skylar Cobb. LP — Adam Cato, 0-3. HR — Cody Carlyle 2 (SC). Multiple hits — Scott City: Carlyle 3-4; Advance: Cory Cooper 2-2. Records — Advance 1-5; Scott City 5-1.
Oran 17, Bloomfield 0, 3 inn.
Oran received home runs from Cody Dirnberger and Jayden Pobst during a three-inning romp at Chaffee.
Kody Campbell and Steven Dooley both went 3-for-3. Alex Chasteen allowed three hits while pitching all three innings.
@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:WP — Alex Chasteen. LP — Wilson. HR — Cody Dirnberger (O), Jayden Pobst (0). 3B — Tyler Beardslee (O), Caleb Seyer (O). 2B — Kody Campbell (O) 2. Multiple hits — Oran, Campbell 3-3, Steven Dooley 3-3, Kody Dirnberger 2-3.
Ste. Genevieve 6, Saxony Lutheran 0
Saxony Lutheran managed just five hits during a road loss.
Garrett Fritsche had two doubles for the Crusaders (3-2).
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@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:WP — Jeremey Vaeth. LP — Bryant Steffens. 2B — Garrett Fritsche (S) 2, Caleb Whitworth (SG). Multiple hits — Saxony, Fritsche 2-3; Ste. Genevieve, Aaron Wehner 3-3, Cody Schmelzle 2-3. Records — Saxony 3-2, Ste. Genevieve 4-1.
GOLF Poplar Bluff Invitational
Poplar Bluff easily won its own 12-team tournament, shooting 300 to finish 22 strokes ahead of Sikeston.
Central tied for the third-best score at 325, but placed fourth based on the No. 5 score. Two other local squads, Notre Dame (337) and Jackson (356), were sixth and seventh, respectively.
Poplar Bluff's Trent Hillis was the medalist with a 1-under 69 at Westwood Hills Country Club.
The top local scores were a 74 by Central's Tim Simmons, who finished fourth, and a 77 by Notre Dame's Brett Slaten.
@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:Team totals — 1. Poplar Bluff 300, 2. Sikeston 322, 3. Dexter 325, 4. Central 325, 5. Kennett 331, 6. Notre Dame 337, 7. Jackson 356, 8. Poplar Bluff JV 366, 9. Doniphan 375, 10. Bloomfield 389, 11. Caruthersville 439, 12. Clearwater 442.
Central — Tim Simmons 74, Jack Connell 79, Jordan Sheets 83, Cory Fowler 89.
Jackson — Tanner Werner 86, Joe Schultz 87, Brett Leimbach 89, Jordan Dale 94.
Notre Dame — Brett Slaten 77, Joe Wiggans 83, John Oliver 87, Emily Matthews 90.
St. Vincent 179, Valle 199
Brandon Trapp shot a 41 to lead the Indians.
Ben Schrimp (42) and Jason Carron (44) also shot well for St. Vincent (2-2).
BOYS TENNIS Central 8, Marion Ill. 1
The Central won all six of its single matches and two double matches to cruise to victory.
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No. 1 — David Berry (C) def. Micah Markley 10-4
No. 2 — Patrick Duffy (C) def. Taylor Stoeklin 10-2.
No. 3 — Will LaFoe (C) def. Jonathan Allen 10-2.
No. 4 — Brandon Gonzales (C) def. Tracey Myers 10-6.
No. 5 — Garrett McMillan (C) def. Felipe Cuartaf 10-5.
No. 6 — Andrew Shupert (C) def. Matt Power 11-9.
No. 1 — Berry and Duffy (C) def. Myers and Markley 10-5
No. 2 — Allen and Stoeklin (M) def. Gonzales and Josh Hubbard 10-8
No. 3 — LaFoe and McMillan (C) def. Power and Trammell 10-4
GIRLS SOCCER Marion, Ill. 5, Central 2
Central fell behind 3-1 at halftime, and wasn't able to catch up.
Laura Lusk and Christen Edmonds scored goals for the Tigers (3-4).
@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:JV — Marion won 3-0.
Jackson 2, Bishop DuBourg 0
Morgan Riddick made 11 saves to earn the shutout on the road.
Jenni Tenholder got Jackson (4-0) on the board in the second half. Her goal was unassisted.
Bobbi Jo Schlick added an insurance goal, with Hannah Roach earning the assist for the Indians.
St. Vincent 8, Brentwood 1
The Indians jumped on Brentwood early with a goal by Elizabeth Rozier 17 seconds into the game.
The Indians (4-0) assumed a 4-0 lead after the first half and never looked back.
Shelby Hotop and Jessica Welker each had two goals for the Indians.
SOFTBALL Delta 17, Woodland 0
Sara Blattel went 2-for-4 with a double and a triple, and knocked in three runs for the Bobcats (2-0).
Kendra Burnett pitched only the first inning in the shortened game, striking out two batters and allowing one hit.
@z_agate_no tab_no indnt_bld ld:WP — Kendra Burnett, 2-0. LP — Rhodes. 3B — Sara Blattel (D). 2B — Blattel (D). Multiple hits — Delta: Amanda Seabaugh 3-3, Taylor Smith 2-3, Courtney Brown 2-3, Amanda Drew 2-3, Blattel 2-4. Record — Delta 2-0.
— From staff reports