Perryville boys soccer debuts with 6-3 victory against Festus

Wednesday, September 3, 2008
CHUCK WU ~ photos@semissourian.com Jackson's Riley Talbut dived in for the final leg of 400 freestyle relay Tuesday at the Central Municipal Pool. Jackson finished second in the event.

The Perryville boys soccer program got off on the right foot.

The Pirates posted a 6-3 victory at the Festus Invitational on Tuesday in the program's first game.

Ken Stephenson, Ben Prevallet, Wade Lawrence, Alex Robinson, Cody Leimbach and Dalton Hoehn scored for Perryville.

The Pirates face Hancock in the second round of the tournament Thursday.

Notre Dame 2, Lafayette 1

The Bulldogs opened their season with a victory at home as they try for their third consecutive state championship.

Lafayette opened the scoring on a corner kick, but Notre Dame fought back to score two goals before halftime. Josh Robert and Brock Dirnberger found the back of the net for Notre Dame.

"We played really great soccer in the first half, great team speed," Notre Dame coach Brad Wittenborn said.

Saxony Lutheran 4, Sikeston 0

The Crusaders started their season with a shutout on the road.

Garrett Fritsche, Ross Gage, Andrew Etzold and Mark Buerck scored in the win for the Crusaders (1-0).

Bryant Steffens had three saves to earn the shutout.

SOFTBALL Chaffee 4, Sikeston 3

Sarah Bedwell's one-out double scored the winning run from first base as the Red Devils won on the road in eight innings.

Bedwell, who went 2-for-4 with a triple and had three RBIs, scored Sierra Miller, who had singled.

Madelyn Kiefer, the winning pitcher, also went 2-for-4 for Chaffee (2-2).

Chaffee00300001— 475
Sikeston00100020 — 364

WP — Madelyn Kiefer (2-2). LP — Hopson. 3B — Hannah Bedwell (C), Henson (S). 2B — Bedwell (C), Martin (S). Multiple hits — Chaffee: Bedwell 2-4, Kiefer 2-4. Records — Chaffee 2-2.

Herculaneum 6, St. Vincent 0

The Indians couldn't push across a run at home.

Brianna Burroughs struck out nine over seven innings for the Indians (0-4).

Herculaneum0010230650
St. Vincent0000000042

WP — Austin. LP — Brianna Burroughs, 0-3. Records — St. Vincent 0-4.

GIRLS TENNIS Jackson 9, Sikeston 0

Dominate might not be strong enough of a word.

The Indians took it to the Bulldogs, failing to drop a single game on their way to victory. Jackson, which hosts Central today, improved to 4-0 with the win.

"We used this as another step in the process," Jackson coach David Brummel said. "But I was very pleased with the way we played."

Singles

No. 1 — Erinne Haff (J) def. Jacarra Lampkin 8-0

No. 2 — Alison Keiper (J) def. Caroline Murray 8-0

No. 3 — Chelsea Jones (J) def. Erica Garrett 8-0

No. 4 — Raechel Batz (J) def. Jessica Hutchcraft 8-0

No. 5 — Maura Neader (J) def. Rachel Murray 8-0

No. 6 — Ashley Ptacek (J) def. Sarah Ruesler 8-0

Doubles

No. 1 — Haff-Keiper (J) def. Lampkin-C. Murray 8-0

No. 2 — Batz-Neader (J) def. Garrett-Hutchcraft 8-0

No. 3 — Jade Freeman-Kaylyn Sneathen (J) def. R. Murray-Ruesler 8-0

VOLLEYBALL

Bloomfield251425
Central182514

The Tigers dropped their home opener.

Jackson2725 St. Vincent2518

Marlena McDowell and Taylor Glueck had four aces each as Jackson won its season opener on the road.

Jill Rushin added three blocks and Rachel Meyr recorded 11 assists in the win.

Woodland tournament

Leopold, Woodland, Zalma and Advance earned wins in first-round matches.

Scores

Leopold def. Greenville 25-6, 25-14

Woodland def. Oak Ridge 25-15, 25-20

Zalma def. Meadow Heights 25-15, 21-25, 25-21

Advance def. Saxony Lutheran 25-9 25-23

SWIMMING

Notre Dame 119, Jackson 109, Central 87

The Bulldogs emerged with the early-season victory.

200 freestyle relay — 1. Notre Dame (Jacob Buckenmyer, Logan Bollinger, Coleman Schott, Ben Rockett) 1:51.24; 2. Notre Dame, 2:01.00; 3. Jackson, 2:08.11.

200 freestyle — 1. Sam Gramling, C, 1:52.35; 2. Sean Doyle, ND, 1:59.92; 3. Matthew Jedlinski, ND, 2:20.46.

200 individual medley — 1. R. Gibson, J, 2:07.93; 2. Caleb Coots, C, 2:08.70; 3. Schott, ND, 2:16.37.

50 freestyle — 1. Bollinger, ND, 24.16; 2. Riley Talbut, J, 24.14; 3. J. Gramling, C, 24.58.

500 freestyle — 1. S. Gramling, C, 5:02.00; 2. McGinnis, J, 5:11.29; 3. Bollinger, ND, 5:46.55.

100 backstroke — 1. G. Gibson, J, 1:03.52; 2. McGinnis, J, 1:04.68; 3. Tomaszewski, ND 1:07.07.

100 butterfly — 1. Coots, C, 56.62; 2. G. Gibson, J, 57:07; 3. Rockett, ND, 1:02.41.

100 freestyle — Doyle, ND, 52.35; 2. J. Gramling, C, 52.70; 3. G. Gibson, J, 54.18.

200 freestyle relay — Jackson (R. Gibson, G. Gibson, McGinnis, Talbut), 1:39.04; 2. Central, 1:42.87; 3. Notre Dame, 1:34.29.

100 breaststroke — 1. Schott, ND, 1:06.53; 2. Talbut, J, 1:14.72; 3. Kidd, C, 1:17.20.

400 freestyle relay — 1. Notre Dame (Buckenmyer, Doyle, Rockett, Bollinger) 3:38.21; 2. Jackson, 3:38.20; 3. Central, 3:45.15.

— From staff reports

Comments
Respond to this story

Posting a comment requires free registration: