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Jackson volleyball tops Notre Dame
Jackson knocked off visiting Notre Dame in a matchup of two of the area's top volleyball programs, as the Indians picked up a 33-31, 25-23 home victory.
Leading the attack for the Indians (13-4-3) were Molly Hartmann (14 digs, six blocks), Amanda Peiffer (eight blocks), Jody Gipson (12 assists) and Shay Priester (eight kills).
Notre Dame (18-3-1) was led by Amber Karnes (12 assists), Amanda Essner (eight kills), and Allison Essner (10 assists).
Central notched its fifth win, beating visiting Saxony Lutheran. Melissa Espinoza led the Tigers (5-15) with five digs, four kills and six service aces.
|Oak Ridge||25-25 Marquand||11-5|
Oak Ridge beat visiting Marquand in two games. Hailey Ponder had four kills and three service aces for Oak Ridge.
Advance fell on the road. Leading the Hornets (11-8-1) were Kaci Cooper (three kills), Kacie Ritter (four digs) and Alicia Reeves (four assists).
|St. Pius||25-26 Perryville||13-24|
Perryville lost a Jefferson County Conference road match.
The Pirates (11-13-3 overall, 3-3 JCC) received three kills and two blocks from Jaime Hacker.
Woodland 25-10-25 Bloomfield 22-25-22
Woodland won a three-game match from Bloomfield.
Chelsea McCormick had four kills, two blocks and two aces for the Cardinals. Sasha Hutson had three kills and two aces while Lotte Cook added five blocks and two kills.
|Bell City||25-26-25 Scott City||20-28-9|
Bell City prevailed in a three-game match at home against Scott City. Kacie Cartwright led Scott City (14-8) with 13 kills, 14 digs and three blocks. Lindsey Amick had 24 assists, 10 digs and three kills.
Oran was swept in a home match. Leading Oran were Courtney Nenniger (nine digs, five blocks, two kills) and Amanda Eftink (four blocks, two kills).
BOYS SOCCER Central 4, Poplar Bluff 1
Central scored twice in each half and eased past host Poplar Bluff. The Tigers (9-5) received first-half goals from Lance Altenthal and Tyson Whiteside to grab a 2-1 lead at the break, then iced things in the second half with goals from Devon Edmonds and Ryan Ponder. Sam Bornstein, Justin Lambert and Trevor Beckham had assists.
Notre Dame 3, Jackson 2
The Bulldogs trailed 2-0 early in the second half but rallied to win on the road.
Elliot Vance scored a goal for Notre Dame (7-6) early in the second half. Jason Delgado tied the game with about two minutes left and Dee Goodin broke the deadlock about a minute later.
SOFTBALL Jackson 3, Festus 2
Jackson won its fourth straight game by rallying past host Festus.
Darla Mangels pitched a three-hitter for the Indians (11-14).
Rachael Peart and Amanda Pitts each had two hits. Chelsea McDowell added two RBIs.
WP -- Darla Mangels, 5-7. LP -- Wolk. 2B -- Chelsea McDowell (J), Rachael Peart (J). Multiple hits -- Jackson, Peart 2-3, Amanda Pitts 2-4. Records -- Jackson 11-14.
Sikeston 5, Delta 3
Sikeston racked up nine hits and took advantage of eight errors for a victory at Delta.
Delta had just two hits. Kaci Seabaugh drove in two runs with a triple in the first inning. She scored on a sacrifice fly by Jenny Dannenmueller.
WP -- Allie Blurton. LP -- Sarah Cook. 3B -- Kaci Seabaugh (D). Records: Sikeston 15-4, Delta 13-10.
Ste. Gen 14, Perryville 7
Perryville suffered a road loss, as the Dragons erupted for six runs in the third inning. Nikki Schumer took the loss.
CROSS COUNTRY Anna- Jonesboro Inv.
Central's girls won the three-team meet in Illinois while Central's boys were second.
Allison Dohogne placed fourth to lead Central's girls.
Team scores -- 1. Central 30; 2. Carbondale 47; 3. Thompsonville 73
Central results -- 4. Allison Dohogne 22:08; 5. Liz Alberson 22:17; 6. Holly Shaffer 22:17; 7. Linnea Woldtvedt 22:21; 8. Emily Ponder 22:22; 9. Hannah Lewis 22:31; 10. Jennifer Pancoast 22:32
Team scores -- 1. Carbondale 61; 2. Central 75; 3. Anna- Joneboro 79
Central results -- 13. Alex Eom 18:34; 14. John Kipper 18:34; 15. Corey Huskey 18:34; 16. Beau Jordan 18:34; 17. Corey Main 18:34; 18. Daniel Austin 18:34; 20. Shawn Owens 18:44
GIRLS TENNIS Central 9, Caruthersville 0
Central improved to 13-0 with a home shutout victory.
Singles -- 1. Dani Gross (C) def. Whitney Nelson 8-0; 2. Monica Toole (C) def. Anne Summer 8-0; 3. Brett Ford (C) def. Amanda Bradley 8-0; 4. Liz LaFoe (C) def. Leslie Gale 8-2; 5. Sarah Ford (C) def. Jana Creed 8-0; 6. Linsey Pingel (C) def. Miranda Bradley 8-1
Doubles -- 1. Gross-B. Ford (C) def. Nelson- A. Bradley 8-0; 2. Toole- LaFoe (C) def. Summer- Gale 8-1; 3. S. Ford- Pingel (C) def. Creed- M. Bradley 8-0
-- From staff reports