Jackson shuts out Notre Dame

Friday, April 30, 2004

Rebecca Richbourg scored two goals for Jackson to lead the Indians to a 2-0 win over Notre Dame on Thursday night at Notre Dame Regional High School.

Jackson improved to 14-3-1, and has taken two of three meetings with Notre Dame (11-3-1). Jackson's one loss to the Bulldogs came in a penalty kick shootout after both teams went scoreless throught regulation and overtime.

"I thought we did real well to shut them out," Jackson coach Zack Walton said. "That's three games now, which really says a lot for my defense."

Kylie Werner recorded her 13th shutout for Jackson. Werner made a key save in the second half to keep the Bulldogs off the board.

Molly Hartmann and Shay Priester had assists.

Jackson's JV won 1-0.

Mehlville 1, St. Vincent 0, 2 OTs

St. Vincent lost a double-overtime decision on the road. Michelle Herzog made 13 saves for the Squaws (6-14).BASEBALL

Jackson 9, Perryville 0

Jackson blanked Perryville at home to improve to 11-4. Tyler Profilet got the win for the Indians.


WP -- Tyler Profilet, 1-0. LP -- Cory Buerck. 2B -- Luke Crader (J), Brandon Gendron (J), Trey Palisch (P). Records -- Jackson 11-4.

Oran 10, Charleston 5

Oran connected for three home runs in the bottom of the sixth inning while rallying past visiting Charleston.

Trevor Irwin's two-run shot was followed by Garrett Roslen's solo homer. Paul Bucher added a two-run homer.

Matt Seyer picked up the win for Oran (11-2), striking out eight in six innings.


WP -- Matt Seyer, 4-1. LP -- Travis McCann. HR -- Trevor Irwin (O), Garrett Roslen (O), Paul Bucher (O). 2B -- Seyer (O). Multiple hits -- Oran, Seyer 2-5; Irwin 2-4; Roslen 3-4; Bucher 3-3. Records -- Oran 11-2.

Leopold 4, Oak Ridge 3

Leopold climbed above .500 with the help of two errors in the seventh which led to the winning run.

Michael Vandeven had two hits for Leopold (8-7).

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WP -- Eric Seiler. LP -- Morrison. 2B -- Michael Vandeven (L). Multiple hits -- Leopold, Vandeven 2-3. Records -- Leopold 8-7.

Scott County Central 13, Meadow Heights 7

Freshman pitcher Brian Miinch threw four innings of three-hit ball for Meadow Heights, but visiting Scott County Central exploded for 12 runs in two innings after Miinch was taked out. The Braves scored 10 runs in the fifth, all coming with two outs. The Braves were aided by 10 Panthers errors.

Tyler Griffin earned the win for Scott County Central (4-5) and had two hits. Matt Kight suffered his first loss for Meadow Heights (3-11). Kight and Heath Fulton had two hits apiece.

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Meadow Heights6001000--71010

WP -- Tyler Griffin. LP -- Matt Kight, 0-1. 3B -- Heath Fulton (M). 2B -- Fulton (M), Danny Holman (S), Josh Woods (S), Chris Monroe (S). Multiple hits -- Meadow Heights, Kight 2-4; Fulton 2-4; Scott County, Griffin 2-4. Records -- Scott County 4-5, Meadow Heights 3-11.SOFTBALL

Meadow Heights 32, Scott County Central 20

Meadow Heights pounded out 17 hits and defeated visiting Scott County Central in five innings.

The win marked the Panthers' first victory in two years. Brandy Hays earned the win for Meadow Heights (1-7), and went 3-for-6 at the plate with two home runs and seven runs batted in. Jessica Walka had three hits, including two doubles.

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Meadow Heights5(13)66(13)--32175

WP -- Brandy Hays, 1-0. LP -- C. Thompson. HR -- Hays 2 (M). 3B -- Julie Hahs (M). 2B -- Jasmine Sewell (M), Silvia Smith (M), Kristen Mayberry (M), Jessica Walka 2 (M), Brandy Mayberry (M), Natasha Burnham (M), Thompson (S), L. Turner (S), L. Johnson (S). Multiple hits -- Meadow Heights, Sewell 2-5; Hays 3-6; Smith 2-4; K. Mayberry 2-3; Walka 3-5; Scott County, Thompson 2-3; T. Boley 2-3; J. Lackey 2-2; Johnson 2-3. Records -- Meadow Heights 1-7, Scott County 1-6.

Oak Ridge 14, Leopold 10

Samantha Bueter had a home run and a double for Leopold, but the Wildcats couldn't hold on at home.

Jenny Vandeven suffered her first loss, and Kelly Eeftink and Toni Eftink each had two hits for Leopold (6-4).

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WP -- Ponder. LP -- Jenny Vandeven, 0-1. HR -- Samantha Bueter (L). 3B -- Tasha Thele (L). 2B -- Toni Eftink (L), Bueter (L), Schoen (O), Ludwig (O), Thomas (O). Multiple hits -- Leopold, Kelly Eeftink 3-5; Eftink 3-4; Bueter 2-4; Tina Engelen 2-3; Oak Ridge, Schoen 3-4; Felter 3-4; Schaper 2-5; King 3-5; Ponder 3-5; Thomas 2-4. Records -- Leopold 6-4.

Oran 12, Charleston 2

Oran scored five in the first and claimed a five-inning home victory.

Oran pitcher Wendy Eftink allowed only one hit and struck out 10 batters in five innings in her first varsity start. At the plate, Eftink had two doubles, and Tori St. Cin and Erica Dirnberger added two hits apiece for the Eagles (6-3).

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WP -- Wendy Eftink, 1-0. LP -- Medlock. 2B -- Eftink 2 (O), Tori St. Cin (O). Multiple hits -- Oran, Eftink 2-3; St. Cin 2-4; Erica Dirnberger 2-2. Records -- Oran 6-3. GOLF

Central 298, Sikeston 328

Todd Obergoener led the Tigers with a one-over-par 71 for a home victory at the Cape Girardeau Country Club.

Blake Driskell shot a 73 for the Tigers, while Ty Gramling and Kirk Lohmann both shot 77s.

Central -- Todd Obergoener 71, Blake Driskell 73, Ty Gramling 77, Kirk Lohmann 77

Sikeston -- E.C. Atchison 79, Mark Schaefer 80, Matt Baine 81, Ed Pike 88BOYSTENNIS

Central 6, Sikeston 3The Central boys tennis team swept the doubles matches to win a dual at home.

The teams of Heath Orr-Will Ramsey, Kevin Rohatgi-Tyler Roeger and Anton Heemskerk-Carson Kelley all won. Central added singles wins at Nos. 4, 5 and 6.

Singles -- 1. Peter Jones (S) def. Heath Orr 10-5; 2. Marc Leible (S) def. Tyler Roeger 11-9; 3. Chris Robey (S) def. Will Ramsey 8-1; 4. Kevin Rohatgi (C) def. Kyle Weeks 8-4; 5. Anton Heemskerk (C) def. Sam Zho 10-6; 6. Carson Kelley (C) def. Chris Matthews 8-1

Doubles -- 1. Orr-Ramsey (C) def. Jones-Robey 10-6; 2. Roeger-Rohatgi (C) def. Leible-Weeks 10-3; 3. Heemskerk-Kelley (C) def. Zho-Matthews 10-7

-- From staff reports

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