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Leopold rallies from 13-run deficit
On the brink of being beaten in five innings, Leopold rallied for an 18-13 nonconference softball victory against visiting Woodland on Tuesday.
Tasha Thele and Samantha Bueter each had four hits for Leopold. Thele had three doubles and drove in five runs, while Bueter drove in three runs.
Mary Beth Bohnsack survived four rough innings to pick up the win by shutting out Woodland over the final three innings. She advanced to 4-2 with the complete-game effort and has all of the Wildcats' decisions.
Woodland scored five runs in the first inning and built a 13-0 lead through four.
Leopold scored five runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to keep the game going and then exploded for 13 runs in the sixth to post the victory.
"It was a neat game," Leopold coach Keenan Kinder said. "It's a big rivalry because we're so close together. We capitalized on some errors and walks, and we had some hits at the right time in the sixth inning. It was kind of like what Woodland did in the first four innings."LEOPOLD 18, WOODLAND 13
WP -- Mary Beth Bohnsack, 4-2. LP -- Hutson. HR -- Hahn (W); 2B -- Tasha Thele 3 (L), Samantha Bueter (L), Stacey Seabaugh (L), J Green 3 (W), R. Green (W). Multiple hits -- Leopold, Thele 4-5, Bueter 4-5, Seabaugh 2-4, Melissa Stroder 2-5; Woodland, Hutson 3-5, J. Green 4-5. Records -- Woodland 4-2.GOLF
Central 158, Notre Dame 187
Blake Driskell shot a 1-over-par 36 at the Cape Girardeau Country Club, as the Tigers (6-0) won easily to remain undefeated in duals and triangulars.
Will Lindman led Notre Dame with a 41.Scorers
Central -- Blake Driskell 36, Todd Obergoenner 40, Kirk Lohmann 40, Tyson Sebaugh 42, Zach Kluesner 42.
Notre Dame -- Will Lindman 41, Tyler Menz 46, Jon Obermark 50, Tyler LeGrand 50.
Sikeston 165, Dexter 169, Jackson 169
Jackson finished third at Hidden Trails Country Club in Dexter.
Chase Walker led Jackson with a 40. Eric Fraley (42), Blake McDowell (43) and Ryan Mouser (44) rounded out Jackson's scorers.
Woodland 9, Leopold 7
Woodland scored twice in the top of the seventh to edge host Leopold.
Anthony Grojean had four hits for the Cardinals (8-1). Matt Upchurch was the winning pitcher.
Michael Vandeven had two hits for Leopold (2-5).
WP -- Matt Upchurch, 3-0. LP -- A.J. Seiler, 2-2. 2B -- Kelly Stause (L), Seiler (L), Kent McCormick (W), Scott Crader (W). Multiple hits -- Leopold, Michael Vandeven 2-4; Woodland, Anthony Grojean 4-5. Records -- Leopold 2-5, Woodland 8-1.JACKSON 4, NOTREDAME 0
WP -- Tyler Beussink, 3-1; LP -- Blake Urhahn, 2-1; Sv --Kyle Brown, 3. 2B -- Trey Busch (J). Multiple hits -- Jackson, Busch 2-3. Records -- Jackson, 8-2; Notre Dame, 7-4.
JV -- Jackson won, 9-2.CENTRAL 4, CBC 3
WP -- Jake Welch. LP -- Aaron Cox. HR -- Patrick Slattery (C). 2B -- Matt Hester (C), Tony Leuckel (C). Multiple hits -- CBC, Justin Rahn 3-4; Central, Ty Craft 2-3. Records -- Central 3-8-1, CBC 4-5.GIRLS SOCCER
Jackson 5, Perryville 0
Kylie Werner recorded her seventh shutout in goal as Jackson won at home.
Shay Priester, Lucy Hartmann, Molly Hartmann, K.T. Biri and Whitney Dietl scored for the Indians (8-3-1). Priester had two assists while Hannah Kohm and both Hartmanns added assists.
Chastity Marr played 66 minutes in goal for Perryville (4-4) and made 14 saves. Kelley Hadler finished the game in net for the Pirates.
100 -- Tyler Brandt 12.44; 800 relay -- Central 1:47.34 (Drew Gardner, Jake Garner, Dereck Walker, Brooks Osburn); 1,600 -- Jordan Sheets 5:27.12; 400 relay -- Central 51.7 (Gardner, Javaris Walker, Ethan Deufter, Brandt); 400 -- Sheets 1:00; 200 -- D. Walker 26.66; High jump -- Sheets 5-6; Pole vault -- Josh Stewart 8-6; Discus -- John Sakarelos 107-10 1/2.
-- From staff reports