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Kelly's Dock tosses no-hitter
Kelly junior Danielle Dock dominated the Oran softball team Wednesday.
Dock tossed a no-hitter, striking out 10 and walking five over seven innings.
Katee Moore went 3-for-4 with a triple, double, and an RBI, while Casey Kern added a solo home run, double and two RBIs.
Brittany Brantley knocked a double and Londyn Backfisch tallied two hits for Kelly (17-4).
WP — Danielle Dock, 17-4. LP — Claire Seyer. HR — Casey Kern (K). 3B — Katee Moore (K). 2B — Kern (K), Moore (K), Brittany Brantley (K). Multiple hits — Kelly: Kern 3-4, Moore 3-4, Londyn Backfisch 2-4. Records — Kelly 17-4.
Notre Dame 13, Perryville 0
The Lauren Reinagel no-hit meter jumped one as she didn't allow a hit over five innings.
Reinagel has thrown five no-hitters this season.
Paris Burger tallied two hits and Jane Morrill added three hits for the Bulldogs (20-0).
WP — Lauren Reinagel, 19-0. LP — Rollet. Multiple hits — Notre Dame: Paris Burger 2-2, Jane Morrill 3-4. Records — Notre Dame 20-0.
Delta 5, St. Vincent 4
Kendra Burnett came on in relief and struck out five in two innings to earn the win.
Katie Brucker went 2-for-3 with an RBI, while Amanda Seabaugh went 1-for-3 with an RBI.
Hannah Mudd doubled, tripled and knocked in a pair for the Indians.
Taylor Keys started in the circle for Delta (14-6). She struck out two and walked one in five innings.
WP — Kendra Burnett. LP — Olivia Schemel. 2B — Hannah Mudd (St. V), Jodi Menz (D). 3B — Mudd (St. V), Amanda Seabaugh (D). Multiple hits — St. Vincent: Mudd 2-4; Delta: Taylor Keys 2-2, Katie Brucker 2-3. Records — Delta 14-6.
Central 7, Poplar Bluff 0
Zach Zaruba netted five goals as the Tigers routed the Mules.
Lucian Johnson added a goal and an assist, while Josh Compas tallied a goal.
Mike Denmark added two assists while Dillon Huber, Garrett Duncan and Cole Viers all recorded one.
Carlos Salas recorded the shutout for Central (9-5).
Chaffee Postal meet
The Jackson boys took the top two spots Tuesday as the Indians cruised to victory.
Greg Gibson finished first with a time of 16 minutes, 27 seconds. Cody Green captured second and Dustin Spooler placed fifth for Jackson.
Saxony Lutheran finished in second place. The Crusaders were led by Ross Gage, who took third.
On the girls side, Woodland's Molly Arnzen placed first in 20:31.
Local top-15 finishers
Jackson — 1. Greg Gibson 16:27, 2. Cody Green 16:30, 5. Dustin Spooler 17:45, 7. Chris Hurst 17:47, 15. Jared Foust 18:16
Saxony — 3. Ross Gage 17:08, 10. Joe Buerck 17:57, 11. Sam Kluesner 17:58, 12. Andrew Etzold 17:58, 14. Rhett Obermann 18:08
Delta — 4. Zach Riegert 17:39
Woodland — 6. Corey Chapman 17:46, 13. Kyle Reynolds 18:05
Advance — 9. Grant Gray 17:54
Jackson — 2. Tori Parry 20:49, 3. Taylor Dickerson 20:50, 4. Diane Strong 21:18, 11. Lindsey Seabaugh 21:56
Woodland — 1. Molly Arnzen 20:31, 15. Sam Kinder 22:37
Chaffee — 7. Sarah Reischman 21:31, 14. Liz Schlosser 22:26
Saxony Lutheran — 8. Lucy Gage 21:32, 10. Kristin Dippold 21:33
Advance — 13. Bekah Shrum 22:26
— From staff reports