Jackson baseball unable to hold lead at Oakville

Sunday, April 18, 2004

The Jackson baseball surrendered three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning and went on to suffer an extra-innings loss at Oakville on Saturday.

Oakville rallied for the 7-6 victory against Jackson closer Kyle Brown, who suffered his first loss after converting four save opportunities this season.

Tyler Beussink had two hits for the Indians (8-4).

Jackson's JV lost 8-1.OAKVILLE 7, JACKSON 6

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WP -- Pressler. LP -- Kyle Brown, 0-1. Multiple hits -- Jackson, Tyler Beussink 2-4. Records -- Jackson 8-4.OAK RIDGE TOURNAMENT

Championship

Oran 12, St. Vincent 5

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WP -- Paul Bucher. LP -- Justin Ruessler. 2B -- Alex Armbruster (S), Brett Richardet (S). 3B -- Garrett Roslen (O), Ruessler (S). Multiple hits -- St. Vincent, Armbruster 2-4; Joey Guilliams 2-3; Oran, Roslen 2-2; Trevor Irwin 2-4; Craig Friga 2-4. Records -- Oran 8-2, St. Vincent 6-4.Third-place game

Leopold 2, Woodland 1

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WP -- A.J. Seiler, 3-3. LP -- Anthony Grojean. 2B -- Matt Stoverink (L). Multiple hits -- Leopold, Michael Vandeven 2-2; Woodland, Josh Foster 2-3. Records -- Leopold 4-6.GIRLS SOCCER

Notre Dame 2, Villa Duchesne 1

Sierra Ellis and Lauren Mehner scored goals for Notre Dame in a road victory.

Amanda Dirnberger and Allison Essner had assists for the Bulldogs (8-1-1).

Notre Dame's JV won 1-0.

Jackson 4, Belleville West (Ill.) 0

Molly Hartmann had a goal and an assist as Jackson won at home. K.T. Biri, Ashley Bartels and Shay Priester also scored for the Indians (9-3-2), while Lucy Hartmann added an assist.

Kylie Werner was in goal for the shutout.

Jackson's JV won 2-0.

Perryville 3, Carbondale 2

After losing to Springfield 5-0 in the semifinals of the Fralish Cup early Saturday, Perryville topped Carbondale to capture third place in the tournament in Carbondale, Ill.

Ashley Hadler, Jocelyn Moll and Amber Hacker scored goals for the Pirates (8-5). Chris Schremp had one assist and Ashley Riney had two. Goalie Chastity Marr had 20 saves in the last two games.

Amber Hacker was named to the all-tournament team.SOFTBALL

Oak Ridge Softball Tournament

Erika Kaufmann pitched seven innings and struck out 13 batters to lead Scott City to a 5-1 semifinal victory over Oran.

Kaufmann went 2-for-2 at the plate, and Amber Hester hit a grand slam for the Rams (7-4).

Scott City was forced to forfeit the championship game against Delta due to a conflict with the school's prom.SCOTT CITY 5, ORAN 1

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WP -- Erika Kaufmann, 3-2. LP -- Hannah Seyer. HR -- Amber Hester (S). 2B -- Tori St. Cin (O). Multiple hits -- Scott City, Kaufmann 2-2. Records -- Scott City 7-4.TRACK AND FIELD

Jim Simpson Relays

The Jackson girls team took first place at the Jim Simpson Relays in Farmington late Friday night.

The Indians finished with 94 points, edging host Farmington, which scored 86.

Jackson's 400 and 800 relay teams both won. Melanie Essner, Rachel Kahle, Rebecca Martin and Jenna Holten ran both relays.

Holten also won the 200-meter dash, and Martin also picked up a win in the shot put.

Jackson's boys finished sixth. North County won the boys division.Jackson results

Girls

3,200 relay -- 2. 10:23.6 (Rachel Lowes, Ashley Meyr, Rachel Schmidt, Katie Matthews)

100 -- 1. Rachel Kahle 12.5

800 relay -- 1. 1:48.5 (Melanie Essner, Kahle, Rebecca Martin, Jenna Holten)

400 relay -- 1. 51.2 (Essner, Kahle, Martin, Holten)

300 hurdles -- 2. Trisha Kluessner 49.6

800 -- 2. Lowes 2:29

200 -- 1. Holten 26.3, 2. Kahle 26.5

1,600 relay -- 3. 4:20 (Lowes, Kluesner, Holten, Martin)

Shot put -- 1. Martin 38-3Boys

800 -- 2. Isaac Venable 1:59.4

Discus -- 3. Brad Crader 125-2

Shot put -- 2. Andy Glass 45-10

Notre Dame Invitational

Notre Dame had no trouble sweeping the four-team meet.

Austin Critchlow was part of four wins (1,600 relay, 800 relay, 200, 400) and Matt Pfau had two individual victories (3,200, 1600) for the Bulldogs.

For the girls, Katie Daniel (shot put, 300 low hurdles), Amber Karnes (triple jump, 400) and Emily Bira (200, 100) each had two wins.Notre Dame results

Boys

3200 relay -- 1. ND 9:07.99 (Sam Montgomery, C.J. Harper, Greg Kanneberg, Ryan Roggow)

800 relay -- 1. ND 1:39.43 (Bryce Willen, Jordan Janet, Brandon Job, Austin Critchlow)

1600 -- 1. Matt Pfau 4:51.87

Pole vault -- 1. Willen 12-6

400 -- 1. Critchlow 54.06

300 hurdles -- 1. Max Poppen 45:87

800 -- 1. Roggow 2:15.49

200 -- 1. Critchlow :24.22

3200 -- 1. Pfau 11:14.68

1600 relay -- 1. ND 4:01.01 (Harper, Montgomery, Roggow, Critchlow)Girls

High jump -- 1. Sarah Lange 4-6

Shot put -- 1. Katie Daniel 31-2 1/2

Long jump -- 1. Hannah Glueck 13-10 1/2

Triple jump -- 1. Amber Karnes 30-11

100 -- 1. Emily Bira :13.13

800 relay -- 1. ND 1:54.03 (Bira, Glueck, Hailey Bohnert, Karnes)

400 relay -- 1. ND :55.19 (Bira, Daniel, Glueck, Bohnert)

400 -- 1. Karnes 1:03.32

300 hurdles -- 1. Daniel :51.34

200 -- 1. Bira :27.89

1600 relay -- 1. ND 4:43.24 (Catherine Meyer, Chelsey Rigdon, Teresa Miller, Karnes)

-- From staff reports

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