- Cape student sues, accuses school officials of slamming her to ground multiple times (04/28/16)46
- Bob Evans restaurant in Cape Girardeau among chain's 21 closings (04/26/16)9
- Missouri House votes to allow concealed weapons without permits (04/28/16)7
- Police report filed, but no charges in incident at Cape Central (04/29/16)38
- Two hurt in motorcycle wreck on Interstate 55 (04/25/16)1
- Senator introduces bill for I-57 that would connect Sikeston with Little Rock (04/28/16)4
- Law firm requests information about Cape's traffic cameras (04/25/16)2
- Local lawmakers split over failed medical marijuana bill; voters may have a say (04/26/16)19
- Local company makes eco-friendly kitty litter that cuts cat-box smell (04/25/16)
- Man accused of pointing BB gun at Chaffee resident (04/26/16)2
Jackson girls blank Notre Dame 1-0
Jackson's girls soccer team avenged a shootout loss to Notre Dame earlier this season by pulling off a 1-0 win over the Bulldogs on Monday night at Jackson.
Molly Hartmann scored on a turnaround shot with about five minutes left in regulation. Jackson improved to 5-3-1, while Notre Dame took its first loss and fell to 6-1-1.
"I thought it was very even," Notre Dame coach Jeff Worley said. "Both teams had good chances to score."
Jackson goalie Kylie Werner and Notre Dame goalie Katie Palmer each made 10 saves.
Jackson's JV won 2-0.
St. Pius 1, St. Vincent 0, OT
St. Pius scored in the 86th minute to drop St. Vincent to 2-7
Michelle Herzog was forced to make 20 saves for the Squaws.
BASEBALL Oran 7, North Pemiscot 0
Matt Seyer faced only 26 batters in a dominating home performance.
Seyer struck out five, walked none and allowed one hit in seven innings. Trevor Irwin led Oran (5-0) with two hits and two RBIs.
WP -- Matt Seyer, 3-0. LP -- B.J. Flippo. 2B -- Chase Seyer (O). Multiple hits -- Oran, Trevor Irwin 2-4. Records -- Oran 5-0.
Woodland 13, Bloomfield 3
Scott Crader had a three-run double in the second inning, and Woodland defeated Bloomfield in five innings at home.
Anthony Grojean allowed one earned run on three hits. Grojean fanned seven and walked five. Grojean also had two hits and three RBIs. Kent McCormick had two hits and four RBIs.
WP -- Anthony Grojean, 3-0. LP -- Roe. 2B -- Scott Crader (W). Multiple hits -- Woodland, Travis Benfield 2-2; Kent McCormick 2-3; Grojean 2-3. Records -- Woodland 4-1.
Leopold 13, Meadow Heights 3
Kelly Stause and Stacy Peters each had two-run doubles in a seven run third inning as Leopold won in five innings at home.
Peters finished with three hits and three RBIs for Leopold (2-2).
WP -- AJ Seiler, 2-1. LP -- Hahs. 3B -- Collins (MH). 2B -- Kelly Stause (L), Stacy Peters (L). Multiple hits -- Leopold, Peters 3-4; Shane Hodges 2-2; Stause 2-3; Matt Stoverink 2-3; Michael Vandeven 2-4. Records -- Leopold 2-2, Meadow Heights 1-3.
St. Vincent 11, Grandview 3
St. Vincent scored six runs in the sixth inning and defeated Grandview on the road.
Waylon Richardet had two hits and three RBIs, and Justin Ruessler had two hits and two RBIs for St. Vincent (3-1). Jason Berkbigler and Alex Armbruster each had two hits.
WP -- Justin Ruessler, 1-0. LP -- Mike Nausley. 3B -- Anthony Brown (SV). 2B -- Ruessler (SV), Dusty Cissell (SV), Alex Armbruster (SV). Multiple hits -- St. Vincent, Waylon Richardet 2-4; Jason Berkbigler 2-4; Ruessler 2-5; Armbruster 2-5. Records -- St. Vincent 3-1, Grandview 1-3.
SOFTBALL Leopold 16, Meadow Heights 3
Leopold pounded 21 hits in a home win.
Kelly Eeftink, Wendy Vandeven and Amber Nenninger had three hits apiece for Leopold.
WP -- Mary Beth Bohnsack, 3-1. LP -- Hendrickson. HR -- Samantha Bueter (L). 2B -- Kelly Eeftink (L), Tasha Thele (L), Wendy Vandeven (L), Amber Nenninger (L), Stacey Seabaugh (L), Mayberry (M). 3B -- Toni Eftink (L), Thele (L), Nenninger (L), Sewell (M). Multiple hits -- Meadow Heights, Sewell 3-4; Leopold, Eeftink 3-4; Vandeven 3-5; Nenninger 3-5; Thele 2-5; Bueter 2-5; Melissa Stroder 2-5; Seabaugh 2-3. Records -- Leopold 3-1.
Woodland 11, Bloomfield 1
Kyla Hahn hit a two-run home run and Woodland defeated Bloomfield in five innings at home.
Kandice Abner had an RBI triple for Woodland (5-2).
WP -- Sasha Hutson, 4-2. LP -- Huffman. HR -- Kyla Hahn (W). 3B -- Kandice Abner (W) 2B -- Sarah Porter (W). Multiple hits -- Woodland, Jenna Greer 3-3; Porter 2-2. Records -- Woodland 5-2.
TRACK AND FIELD Notre Dame Open
Loren Groves dominated the field at the Notre Dame Open, winning her four events --shot put, discus, 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles.
In the team competition Poplar Bluff won both the boys and girls meets. Christy Laxton also picked up a pair of wins -- 800 and 1,600 -- for Scott City. Notre Dame saw a new school record in the 400 dash with Amber Karnes winning the event in 1:02.94. Results in Scoreboard, Page 2B.
Michael Glastetter and Tyson Glaser won multiple events for Kelly's boys, but Caruthersville won the team score at Chaffee.
Glaser won the long jump and triple jump, while Glastetter won 800, 1600 and 3200.
Caruthersville's girls edged Kelly by two points. Natalie Townsend of Chaffee won the long jump and triple jump. Results in Scoreboard, Page 2B.
Farmington 156, Jackson 158
Eric Fraley led Jackson with a 2-over par 37 in a dual loss at Kimbeland Country Club.
Ryan Mouser shot a 39, Gabe Sauer shot a 40 and Taylor McDowell and Mick Robertson shot 42s to round out Jackson's scoring.
St. Vincent 177, De Soto 187
Zachary Richardet shot a 5-over par 40 to claim medalist as the Indians won at Perryville Country Club.
Rounding out the score for St. Vincent (2-1) were Grant Pingel (43), Scott Prost (45) and Mark Prost (49).
TENNIS Central 7, Poplar Bluff 2
Central (4-0) dropped just two sets to Poplar Bluff and won its fourth match in a row at home.
1. Felipe Santos (PB) def. Heath Orr 8-1
2. Tyler Roeger (C) def. Drew Schuermann 8-4
3. Kevin Rohagi (C) def. Spencer Piland 8-1
4. Adam Baron (C) def. Andy Clark 8-1
5. Will Ramsey (C) def. Ben Nunnary 8-3
6. Kyle Davis (C) def. Erin Aden 8-2
1. Santos and Piland (PB) def. Orr and Ramsey 8-2
2. Roeger and Rohagi (C) def. Schuermann and Clark 8-0
3. Baron and P.D. Stuart (C) def. Nunnary and Aden 8-5
-- From staff reports