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Notre Dame edges Perryville in duel

Wednesday, March 31, 2004

The Notre Dame baseball team evened its record at 2-2 by winning a 1-0 thriller against visiting Perryville on Tuesday afternoon.

Lee Essner (2-0) pitched a four-hit shutout with nine strikeouts and three walks. Perryville (1-2) hurler Shaun Roth allowed just three hits in going the distance. He fanned three and walked none.

"It was a good high school baseball game," Notre Dame coach Jeff Graviett said. "Essner was dominating again and their kid really pitched well."

The Bulldogs scored the only run in the sixth inning. With one out, Matt Wulfers and Blake Urhahn singled. Wulfers stole third and scored when Tony Longman hit a ground ball that Perryville just missed turning into a double play.NOTRE DAME 1, PERRYVILLE 0

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WP -- Lee Essner, 2-0. LP -- Shaun Roth, 0-1. 2B -- Shaun Roth (P). Records -- Perryville 1-2, Notre Dame 2-2.GIRLS SOCCER

Perryville 4, Sikeston 0

Perryville climbed above the .500 mark with a road shutout.

The Pirates (3-2) received two goals from Ashley Hadler and one goal apiece from Christina Schremp and Amber Hacker. Schremp, Hacker and Jodie Amschler all had assists.

Chastity Marr made five saves for her second shutout.

St. Vincent 9, Fredericktown 0

The Squaws clobbered host Fredericktown for their first win after five losses to start the season.

Whitney Guth scored four goals and added two assists to lead St. Vincent. Jessica Berhle scored two goals.

Sierra Paulus added a goal and two assists, Joy Donze had an a goal and an assist and Miranda Holmes scored a goal. Single assists were contributed by Hannah Schremp, Theresa Mattingly, Lisa Abbott and Kelsey Kutz.

Michelle Herzog recorded her first shutout.TRACK AND FIELD

Central teams split

Central's girls dominated Sikeston in a road dual meet, scoring 91 1/2 to Sikeston's 46 1/2. Stephanie Wehner and Meg Yates were each part of three wins for the Tigers.

Central's boys lost 77-66 despite three wins from Calen Wills (400 meters, 800 relay, 1,600 relay).Central's boys results

3,200 relay -- 2. Central 9:41.50 (John Kipper, Paul Stone, Alex Schroeder, Dale Brannock); 3. Central 9:53.10

110 hurdles -- 3. Gabe Edwards 17.12

100 -- 2. Edwards 11.04; 3. Marcus Rice 11.56

800 relay -- 1. Central 1:33.46 (Brandon Twiggs, Zeno Walker, Will Johnson, Calen Wills); 3. Central 1:36.82

1,600 -- 2. Dominic Jamm 5:33.61; 3. Brannock 5:39.64

400 relay -- 2. Central 47.84 (Hykeem Hammond, Kadeem Hammond, Ombra Dockery, Jonson Evans)

Shot put -- 1. Mark Egbuka 49-6 1/2; 3. Darrin Neels 44-0

400 -- 1. Wills 52.43; 3. Walker 53.51

300 hurdles -- 3. Darris Gerlach 49.88

200 -- 2. Rice 23.93

High jump -- 2. John Mosby 5-4

3200 -- 1. Kipper 10:52.38; 2. Paul Stone 11:38.44; 3. Alex Schroeder 12:16.00

Pole valut -- 1. Jarred Harris 13-8; 2. Lance Altenthal 11-6; 3. Andy Matthews 11-6

1,600 relay -- 1. Central 3:43.29 (Beau Jordan, Allen Walker, Johnson, Wills)

Discus -- 2. Neels 121-6

Long jump -- 3. Rice 19-1

Triple jump -- 1. Tyler Terry 39-0; 2. Xavier Delph 37-9Central's girls results

3,200 relay -- 1. 10:41 (Jennifer Pancoast, Holly Schaffer, Stephanie Wehner, Linnea Woldtvedt)

100 hurdles -- 1. Jamie Dement 17.95

800 relay -- 1. Central 1:56.69 (Meg Yates, Wehner, Maggie Limbaugh, Dani Gross); 3. Central 1:59.62 (Courtney Elizalde, Nicole Jackson, Gina Yarbrough, Brianna Egbuka)

1,600 -- 1. Woldtvedt 5:44; 3. Crista Bollinger 7:19.34

400 relay -- 1. Central 54.31 (Elizalde, Jackson, Yates, Gross)

400 -- 1. Renee Moreland 1:08.02; 2. Courtney Schuessler 1:09.59

Pole vault -- 1. Limbaugh 9-6; 2. Emma Porter 8-0; 3. Kara Beckett 7-6

800 -- 3. Stephanie Watts 3:10.15

300 hurdles -- 1. Tina Suhre 1:02.10

Shot put -- 1. Lauren Loftis 29-1; 2. Egbuka 28-5; 3. Rachel Harris 28-3

High jump -- 3. Lisa Langenfeld 4-4

1,600 relay -- 1. Central 4:30.75 (Yates, Moreland, Schaffer, Wehner)

200 -- 1. Jackson 28.57; 3. Wehner 30.34

3,200 -- 1. Muriel Wymann 15:27.59

Triple jump -- 1. Gross 31-0

Perryville boys win

The Perryville boys won the Park Hills Invitational with 120 1/2 points. Kyle Dobbelare (triple jump, high jump) and Jesse Whistler (100, 200) each had two individual wins for the Pirates.

Perryville's girls finished sixth with 44 points.Perryville's boys results

3,200 -- 1. Perryville 8:44 (Terry Wood, Dustin Kueker, Jesse Kueker, William Beinlein)

100 -- 1. Jesse Whistler 11.35

800 relay -- 3. Perryville 1:39.68 (Wood, Kyle Lorenz, Travis Brown, Clinton Rice)

400 -- 3. Wood 54.81

200 -- 1. Whistler 23.72; 3. Kyle Dobbelare 24.56

1,600 relay -- 1. Perryville 3:44 (Kyle Cottner, Rice, John Lohmann, Dustin Deckerd)

Long jump -- 1. Dobbelare 20-1/2; 3. Lorenz 19-1/2

Triple jump -- 1. Dobbelare 40-2

High jump -- 2. Cottner 5-10

Discus -- 1. Jasper Hager 133-5Perryville's girls results

3200 relay -- 2. Perryville 11:12 (Bethany Steffens, Leslie Schilli, Lindsey Lappe, Brittany Castleberry)

200 -- 2. Castleberry 28.53GOLF

Central 148, Jackson 177, Notre Dame 190

Central continued its fast start as Ty Gramling sizzled during the Tigers' victory in a triangular meet hosted by Notre Dame at Bent Creek Golf Course.

Gramling shot a 3-under-par 33 for nine holes. The Tigers (5-0) had four more golfers shoot under 40.

"That's an outstanding score by Ty, especially because it was cold and windy," Central coach Dick Wadlington said. "As a team, that's a very good score."

Scores

Central (148) -- Ty Gramling 33, Todd Obergoenner 37, Blake Driskell 39, Tyson Sebaugh 39, Zach Kluesner 39

Jackson (177) -- Eric Fraley 42, Josh Wheeler 43, Taylor McDowell 44, Gabe Sauer 48

Notre Dame (190) -- Tyler Menz 45, Will Lindman 46, Jon Obermark 49, Brandon Holzum 50SOFTBALL

Chaffee 15, Charleston 0

The Red Devils shut out visiting Charleston over four innings to remain unbeaten in four starts.

Freshman Courtney Walter was the winning pitcher, allowing just one hit while improving to 3-0. She also had three hits. Kegan Orr added three hits.

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WP -- Courtney Walter, 3-0. LP -- Starr. 2B -- Casey Guzman, Kegan Orr, Brandie Snider; 3B -- Mallory Kiefer, Walter. Multiple hits -- Guzman 2-2, Kiefer 2-4, Orr 3-4, Sarah Dooley 2-2, Walter 3-3, Snyder 2-2. Records -- Chaffee, 4-0.

Advance 16, Richland 1

Dana Williams went 4-for-4 with two home runs and two doubles as Advance romped at home in four innings.

Kacie Ritter tripled twice and added a double for the Hornets (2-1). Alicia Broshuis was the winning pitcher.

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WP -- Alicia Broshuis, 2-0. LP -- Wise. HR -- Dana Williams (A) 2. 3B -- Kacie Ritter (A) 2. 2B -- Williams (A) 2, Ritter (A). Multiple hits -- Advance, Williams 4-4, Ritter 3-4. Records -- Advance 2-1.

Woodland 10, Greenville 5

Woodland led 10-2 after five innings and held on for a home victory. Sasha Hutson picked up the victory for the Cardinals (3-1).

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WP -- Sasha Hutson, 3-1. LP -- Condray, 0-1. 3B -- Rheanna Greer. Multiple hits -- Greenville, Green 2-3; Condray 3-4. Records -- Woodland 3-1, Greenville 0-1.

--From staff reports


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