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Central tennis beats Carbondale, improves to 3-0
Central's tennis team improved to 3-0 in dual matches Thursday with a 7-2 victory at Carbondale.
The Tigers lost tight matches in Nos. 1 and 3 singles but had little trouble in its other singles. matches. The No. 1 doubles team of Dani Gross and Brett Ford won an 11-9 decision over Emily Maroney and Charisse Skoffie.
Central 7, Carbondale 2
1. Emily Maroney (Ca) def. Dani Gross 10-7; 2. Brett Ford (Ce) def. Charisse Skoffie 10-4; 3. Jeanne Lieder (Ca) def. Liz LaFoe 10-7; 4. Sarah Ford (Ce) def. Catharine Che 10-4; 5. Lindsey Pingel (Ce) def. Michelle Jacobs 10-0; 6. Maggie Limbaugh (Ce) def. Molly Kintsler 10-3
1. Gross-B. Ford (Ce) def. Maroney-Skoffie 11-9; 2. LaFoe-Jill Blattner (Ce) def. Lieder-Che 10-6; 3. S. Ford-Pingel (Ce) def. Jacobs-Keely McMillian 10-2
JV -- Central won 8-0.
Sikeston 6, Jackson 3
After a win at Sikeston earlier in the week, Jackson (2-5) lost at home. Maddy Bruegging and Sarah Hinkebein posted singles wins for Jackson.
1. Jeni DeWitt (S) def. Jessica Drum 9-7; 2. Chelsea Gilliland (S) def. Shannon Cobb 8-4; 3. Tess Marshall (S) def. Chase Crowell 8-0; 4. Maddy Bruegging (J) def. Brittney Bohannon 8-0; 5. Sarah Hinkebein (J) def. Jessica Colwick 8-0; 6. Emily Bowman (S) def. Ellyn Beil 8-1
1. DeWitt-Gilliland (S) def. Drum-Cobb 8-4; 2. Bohannon-Bowman (S) def. Crowell-Bruegging 9-7; 3. Hinkebein-Beil (J) def. Marshall-Colwick 8-1
JV -- Jackson won 9-3.
Dexter 9, Chaffee 0
Chaffee fell to 0-6 with a road loss. The Red Devils next play Tuesday at Fredericktown.
1. Molly Jarrell (D) def. Shelby Rice 8-0; 2. Amanda Wooley (D) def. Tara Propst 8-2; 3. Claire Critchlow (D) def. Stefanie Whitaker 8-0; 4. Summer Carter (D) def. Brittany Koch 8-0; 5. Brittny Bagby (D) def. Amber Rhoda 8-0; 6. Taylor Nelson (D) def. Amber Burton 8-0.
1. Jarrell-Wooley (D) def. Rice-Whitaker 8-1; 2. Critchlow-Carter (D) def. Propst-Koch 8-0; 3. Bagby-Nelson (D) def. Rhoda-Burton 8-0.
SOCCER ND 1, Sikeston 0, 2 OT
Elliot Vance scored in the second minute of the second overtime to lift Notre Dame to a victory at Sikeston.
Jason Delgado helped set up the goal, accepting a pass at the near post and sending it to Vance about 10 yards from the far post. The right-footed senior curled a left-footed shot into the net for the decisive goal.
Nathan Kolda recorded the shutout for the Bulldogs (3-1), who host defending Class 1 state champion Whitfield at 7 tonight.
JV -- Notre Dame won 5-0
SOFTBALL Notre Dame 4, Central 1
Notre Dame beat its crosstown rival for the second time this season,
The Tigers kept this round between the two teams much more competitive, holding Notre Dame (9-0) scoreless through three innings. Bailey Reutzel broke the scoreless tie in the fourth with a bases-loaded two-run double. Notre Dame tacked two more runs on in the fifth with Reutzel and Heather Menz driving in the runs.
Miranda Schlosser's first start of the season nearly ended up in a shutout, but the Tigers (1-6) scored in the seventh. Schlosser allowed three hits, struck out four and walked three in a complete game.
WP -- Miranda Schlosser, 1-0. LP -- Callie Hoffman. 2B -- Bailey Reutzel (N), Lindsey Greene (C). Records -- Notre Dame 9-0, Central 1-6.
|VOLLEYBALL Bell City||25-25 Bernie||23-16|
Visiting Bell City won for the fifth time in six matches by beating Bernie. Emily Burch had eight kills, Andreia Wondel added seven, and Katie Niemczyk had three kills and 19 digs.
JV -- Bell City won 25-12, 23-25, 25-14
|Oak Ridge||27-25-25 Meadow Hts.||29-19-21|
Oak Ridge picked up its first victory of the season with a three-set triumph at home.
Kelsey Schaper led the Blue Jays with 15 kills. Erin Hahs added 10 kills, Cynthia Volz had 28 assists, Hailey Ponder had 19 digs, and Cheryl Berkbigler had 15 digs.
JV -- Oak Ridge won 18-25, 25-21, 25-23
The Central freshman football team lost its opener 25-0 to Farmington on the road. The Tigers were led in tackles by Joey Uhls with Dereck Walker close behind. Central plays at home Tuesday against Perryville.
Chaffee's junior high football team opened its season with a 6-6 tie against Portageville. Aaron Horrell scored Chaffee's lone touchdown on a quarterback sneak.
-- From staff reports