Central girls shoot down Sikeston 1-0 with late-game goal

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Meg Goodman scored on a pass from Sarah Uptmor with five minutes to play as Central shut out Sikeston 1-0 in girls soccer action Tuesday.

Caitlin Smith posted the shutout for the Tigers.

Notre Dame 2, Poplar Bluff 0

Taylor Sanders and Anna Wren found the back of the net as the Bulldogs (9-2) earned the home win.

Brianna Ziegler posted the shutout.

Jackson 6, Farmington 0

Bobbi Jo Schlick netted three goals, while Erin Eakens added two goals and an assist as the Indians (9-3) cruised on the road.

Katelyn Myracle tallied a goal and Kasey Crowden added an assist for the victors.

Eagle Ridge 4, Crosspoint 1

Mary-Kate Galemmo scored a pair of goals in the victory Monday.

Susanna Cohen and Abby Cohen also found the back of the goal for the Eagles (1-3.)

Jennifer Galemmo had 10 saves, including one on a penalty kick.


Central 8, Sikeston 1

The Tigers notched their first win of the season.

Central (1-7) won five singles matches and all three doubles matches.


No. 1 -- Stuart Strom def. Andrew Shupert (C) 8-4

No. 2 -- Dylan Thomas (C) def. Landon Hampton 9-8

No. 3 -- Caleb Yeargain (C) def. Marco Lopez 8-1

No. 4 -- Nick Hines (C) def. Jacob Alsup 8-3

No. 5 -- Chris Nichols (C) def. Brian Armstrong 8-0

No. 6 -- Prithvi Rudrappa (C) def. Jakhil Valentine 8-3


No. 1 -- Shupert-Thomas (C) def. Strom-Hampton 9-8

No. 2 -- Hines-Nichols (C)) def. Lopez/Alsup 8-3

No. 3 -- Yeargain-Rudrappa (C) def. Armstrong-Valentine 8-3


Chaffee 9, Leopold 3

Andrew Dooley allowed one hit over five innings for his first victory.

Dooley struck out 10 and walked three for Chaffee (5-4). Aaron Horrell allowed two hits over the final two innings for the save.

Horrell and Alex Davie each had a double and two hits for the Red Devils. Davie finished with three RBIs and Horrell had two.

Clayton Stoverink took the loss for the Wildcats.


WP -- Andrew Dooley, 1-0. LP -- Clayton Stoverink. 2B -- Alex Davie (C), Hunter Thomason (C). Multiple hits -- Chaffee: Davie 2-4, Aaron Horrell 2-4. Records -- Chaffee 5-4.

Central 16, NMCC 4

The Tigers' offensive barrage scored seven runs in an inning twice.

Andrew Wiliams tossed five innings to pick up the victory for Central (8-7).

Blake Smith went 4-for-5 in support of Williams.


WP -- Andrew Williams, 2-2. LP -- Tanner. 2B -- Ivie (NMCC), Blake Smith (C), Shawn Prince (C). Multiple hits -- Central: Smith 4-5, Jared Green 3-4, Williams 2-4; NMCC -- Ivie 3-4, Thomason 2-3. Records -- Central 8-7.

Bell City 12, Bernie 9

The Cubs rode their offense to victory in the semifinal round of the SCAA tournament.

Jeff Long did a lot of damage, going 3-for-5 with a homer and five runs batted in for Bell City (4-7).

Melvin Johnson also went 2-for-4 with a homer for the Cubs.

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WP -- Cody Kight. LP -- Stevens. HR -- Melvin Johnson (BC), Jeff Long (BC), Jake Welch (B), Jake Owens (B). 2B -- Ronnie Gross (BC). Multiple hits -- Bell City: Johnson 2-4, Long 3-5, Kight 2-4; Bernie -- Keasler 2-5, Stevens 2-4, Shelton 2-4, McGowan 3-3. Records -- Bell City 4-7.

St. Vincent 12, Kelly 1

Darin Yamnitz led the charge for the Indians, going 2-for-2 with a grand slam.

"That really set the tone for their at-bats," Kelly coach Nate Wills said of Yamnitz's grand slam.

Ian Householder took the loss for the Hawks (5-5).

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WP -- Matt Hotop. LP -- Ian Householder, 1-1. HR -- Darin Yamnitz (SV). 2B -- Adam Buchheit (SV). Multiple hits -- St. Vincent: Pauluski 2-4, Buchheit 2-3, Moll 2-4, Yamnitz 2-2. Records -- Kelly 5-5.


Leopold 7, Greenville 5

Whitney Vandeven provided a spark at the plate and earned the win on the mound for the Wildcats (9-0).

Vandeven improved to 8-0 on the mound this season, striking out six through seven innings. She went 3-for-4 with two RBIs.

Emily Elfrink added three hits and Chelsey Stoverink tallied two RBIs.


WP -- Whitney Vandeven, 8-0. LP -- L. Hills. 3B -- H. Boyer (G). 2B -- T. Anderson (G). Multiple Hits -- Leopold; Vandeven 3-4, Emily Elfrink 3-4, Mallory James 3-3; Greenville; B. Stovell 3-4, T. Anderson 2-4, L. Hills 2-3. Record -- Leopold, 9-0.

Charleston 7-9Oak Ridge 6-12

Oak Ridge picked up its first win of the season as it defeated Charleston in the back half of a doubleheader.

Oak Ridge (1-9) broke out the bats for the second game as it put up 12 runs.

Shelby Proctor picked up a win and a loss on the mound for Oak Ridge.

Charleston 7, Oak Ridge 6

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WP -- Manning. LP -- Shelby Proctor, 0-9. 3B -- Lasher (C). 2B -- Aguayo (C). Multiple hits -- Team: Manning 3-3, Aguayo 2-3, Lasher 2-2. Records -- Oak Ridge 0-9.

Oak Ridge 12, Charleston 9

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WP -- Shelby Proctor (5ip,6k), 1-9. LP -- Manning. 2B -- Morgan Newell (OR), Aguayo (C). Multiple hits -- Oak Ridge: Proctor 2-4, Kirsten Johnston 3-4, Newell 2-2. Charleston -- Karnes 2-3, O'Connor 2-3. Records -- Oak Ridge 1-9.

Delta 3, Naylor 1

Kendra Burnett threw all seven innings, allowing just one hit and striking out 13 to earn her sixth win of the season.

Ashley Glaus tripled and scored for Delta (6-1). Burnett helped herself by driving in a run.


WP -- Kendra Burnett, 6-1. LP -- Chelsea Lane. 3B -- Ashley Glaus (D). Records -- Delta 6-1.


Central 161, Sikeston 177

Tim Simmons fired a two-over-par 37 to lead the Tigers (9-2) to victory and earn medalist honors at the Sikeston Country Club.

Central -- Tim Simmons 37, Trent Weaver 40, Jordan Sheets 42, Cole Viers 42

Sikeston -- Dakota Trevino 41, Evan Deere 43, Graton Allen 46, Hannah Uthoff 47

TRACKSte. Genevieve invite

Desi Buhler led the Perryville girls to an eighth-place finish.

Buhler was first in the 200, second in the 100 and second in the high jump for the Pirates.

On the boys side, Garrett Leible captured first in the shot put.

Perryville's top finishers


200 -- 1. Desi Buhler 28.27

High jump -- 2. Buhler 5-0

100 -- 2. Buhler 14.02

Shot put -- 2. Casey Brewer 34-4 1/2

Discus -- 3. Brewer 105-11


Shot put -- 1. Garrett Leible 51-5 1/2

800 relay -- 2. Perryville (Brandon Hudson, Bryce Weibrecht, Clay Pinsanor, Garrett Flentge), 1:36.32

400 -- 2. Weibrecht 53.64

300 hurdles -- 2. Pinsanor 43.98

110 hurdles -- 3. Pinsanor 17.58

1,600 relay -- 3. Perryville (Hudson, Flentge, Pinsanor, Tyler Johnson), 3:41.61

Sikeston meet

Scott City's boys and girls both finished fourth, while Scott County Central's boys and girls both finished fifth at the five-team meet.

Scott City's Brandon Shemonia won the 1,600 in 5 minutes, 8 seconds.

The Rams' Wade Keesee was second in the 300 hurdles (46.82), while Stephen Schott was second in the 800 (2:13).

Scott County's 800 relay team was second (1:38.18).

On the girls side, Scott City's Stephanie Essner won the 100 (12.40), 200 (26.13) and 400 (1:00.43).

Rams teammate Melanie Lacey was second in the 1,600 (6:03).

-- From staff reports

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