High school roundup: Jackson opens gym with sweep of St. Vincent

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

The Jackson volleyball team opened the new gym with a 2-0 victory over St. Vincent on Tuesday.

Taylor Glueck led the Indians with four kills, five digs and one block in Jackson's 25-15, 25-16 victory.

Rachael Meyr had nine digs and eight assists while Cassandra Bollinger had 12 digs for Jackson. Jill Rushin added 11 digs and two aces for the winners.

JV -- St. Vincent won 2-1

Perryville2525 Central1621

Samantha Amberger recorded eight kills to lead the Pirates to the road win in their season opener.

Catie Oberndorfer added nine digs while Megan Moldenhauer had five aces for Perryville.

Meg Goodman put up 16 assists and finished with eight digs for the Tigers. Charis Stewart had 11 kills while Jade Sander had four kills and seven digs for Central (0-2).

JV -- Perryville won 2-0

Woodland Invitational

Kaitlin McCormick smacked seven kills while Kendra Pinkley added five as the hosts downed Saxony Lutheran in a first-round match.

Ashley Acup served six aces and Becky Brannon contributed 19 assists in Woodland's 25-14, 25-19 victory against the Crusaders.

Woodland will face Advance in today's 8 p.m. semifinal after the Hornets defeated Oak Ridge 25-6, 25-13.

The other semifinal will pit Leopold, a 25-8, 25-13 winner over Greenville, against Zalma at 7 p.m.

Zalma downed Meadow Heights 14-25, 25-11, 25-17.

Jill Mills finished with six kills and four blocks while Erin Bollmann had five kills and four blocks in the Panthers' defeat.

Eagle Ridge2525 Trinity Christian810

Heather Wiseman recorded 14 points, including seven aces, and seven assists to lead the Eagles to the home win.

Lyndse Hamby had five kills while Emily Riehn had one kill as Eagle Ridge improved to 3-1.

JV -- Eagle Ridge won 2-1


Lafayette 2, Notre Dame 1, 2 OT

Notre Dame, third in last year's Class 2 state tournament, got its season started with a narrow loss at St. Louis-area power Lafayette.

Jake Pewitt scored on a first-half penalty kick to give the Bulldogs a 1-0 lead.

Lafayette tied it midway through the second half and scored the winning goal in the second overtime.

JV -- The teams tied 1-1

Saxony Lutheran 1, Sikeston 0

Matthew Stueve recorded the shutout as the Crusaders opened their season.

Gus Glaus took a pass from Logan Sprandel and buried it for the game's lone goal.


Jackson 9, Sikeston 0

The Indians didn't drop a game in six of their nine wins.


No. 1 -- Chelsea Jones (J) def. Jacaiia Lampkin 9-7

No. 2 -- Jenny Powell (J) def. Kelsey Dial 8-0

No. 3 -- Kaylyn Sneathen (J) def. Brooke Partridge 8-0

No. 4 -- Katie King (J) def. Martha Neel 8-0

No. 5 -- Ashley Robinson (J) def. Jessica Hutchcraft 8-1

No. 6 -- Montana Adams (J) def. Bailey Coleman 8-0


No. 1 -- Jones-Powell (J) def. Lampkin-Neel 8-0

No. 2 -- Sneathen-Adams (J) def. Dial-Partridge 8-1

No. 3 -- King-Robinson (J) def. Hutchcraft-Coleman 8-0

JV -- Jackson won 6-0.


Sikeston 4, Chaffee 0

Sarah Hopson pitched a one-hit shutout as the Bulldogs earned the win.

Hopson's counterpart in the pitching circle, Montana Estes, recorded the Red Devils' lone hit.

Krystal Henson roped a screaming line drive into right field for a two-run, inside-the-park home run.

The Red Devils had four players reach base during the contest as Adrienne Eichhorn came the closest to scoring after reaching second in the seventh inning.

Estes went the distance for Chaffee, allowing four runs on five hits and two walks.

Hillsboro 12, Central 0

The Tigers failed to collect a hit in their road loss Monday.

Brittany Perkins went four innings in the loss for Central (0-3), which returns to action today when it hosts Jackson.


WP -- Litivack. LP -- Brittany Perkins.

-- From staff reports

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