Perryville soccer stays unbeaten

Friday, September 12, 2008
FRED LYNCH ~ flynch@semissourian.com Perryville's Ryan Bert, left, and Saxony Lutheran's Ross Gage fought for control of the ball during the first half Thursday at Perryville.

The Perryville boys soccer team has yet to suffer the first loss in the program's history, as the Pirates blanked Saxony Lutheran 2-0 on Thursday night in Perryville.

The first-year program improved to 3-0.

The goals came off the foot of Wade Lawrence — one in each half. Alex Robinson and Dalton Hoehne recorded assists.

Saxony Lutheran fell to 3-2.

Notre Dame 1, Sikeston 0

Notre Dame continued its march to another great season.

Joda Holloway scored the lone goal in the game for the defending Class 1 state champion Bulldogs (5-0).

"We played well, moved the ball well, and limited their opportunities," said Notre Dame coach Brad Wittenborn.

Jackson 2, Carbondale 1

Dylan Dee scored both goals in Jackson's road victory.

Law Duncan assisted on both goals and goalie Justin Darnell stopped nine shots for the Indians (3-2).

Eagle Ridge 1, Christian Outreach 0

Team captain Stephen Cohen netted a penalty kick in overtime to seal the win for Eagle Ridge.

Ethan Grant had seven saves in goal for his second shutout for the Eagles (2-1-1).

Softball Central 0, Kelly 3

Danielle Dock threw a complete game as Kelly posted a victory at home against Central.

Dock (4-1) struck out seven batters.

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WP — Danielle Dock, 4-1 (7ip,7k,5h). LP — Nichols. 2B — Moore (K). Records — Kelly, 8-1.

Crystal City 10, St. Vincent 0

St. Vincent was blanked by Crystal City in five innings on the road. The Indians (1-6) managed just one hit.

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WP — Perry. LP — Olivia Schemel, 1-2. HR — Meldon (CC). 2B — Perry 2 (CC), Meldon (CC), Ralin (CC). Multiple hits — Crystal City: Perry 2-3, Meldon 3-3. Records — St. Vincent 1-6.

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Scott City swept Meadow Heights at home with powerful play from Brooke Simpson, who had 11 kills and two aces.

The Rams (3-0) also got help from Katie Diebold, who had 12 assists and six kills.

Girls tennis Jackson 9, Sikeston 0

The Indians (6-0) kept rolling as they blanked Sikeston 9-0.

Jackson shut out Sikeston in singles play and lost only one game in doubles.

Singles

Aaron Haff (J) def. Jacarr Lampkin 8-0

Allison Keiper (J) def. Caroline Murray 8-0

Chelsea Jones (J) def. Erica Garrett 8-0

Rachel Bats (J) def. Brooke Partridge 8-0

Ashley Ptacek (J) def. Jessica Hutchcraft 8-0

Maura Neader (J) def. Rachel Murphy 8-0

Doubles

Haff and Keiper (J) def. Lampkin and Murray 8-1

Bats and Neader (J) def. Garrett and Partridge 8-0

Kaylynn Sneaphen and Jade Freeman (J) def. Hutchcraft and Murphy 8-0

Central 7 , Carbondale 2

Cape Central got a big road win against Carbondale, Ill.

The Tigers (4-3) dropped just one game in both singles and doubles.

Singles

Christen Edmonds (CC) def. Rendleman 6-1, 6-0

Kristi Lazarova (CC) def. Jeyarapnam 6-2, 6-0

Harpalani def. Sami Gross (CC) 2-6, 6-0, 6-4

Brooke Morris (CC) def. Allison 6-2, 6-2

Emma Segar (CC) def. Hiller 6-2, 3-6, 6-4

Paige Kinder (CC) def. Sobery 6-3, 6-3

Doubles

Edmonds and Lazarova (CC) def. Rendelman and Jeyarapnam 6-1, 6-2

Gross and Morris (CC) def. Hiller and Sobery 6-2, 7-6 (7-2)

Intrabia and Xu def. Kinder and Ally Billmeyer (CC) 7-6 (7-3), 5-5 (Kinder/Billmeyer retired)

— From staff reports

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