High school sports briefs 4/1/05

Friday, April 1, 2005

The Chaffee baseball bounced back from a 27-0 no-hit loss suffered Wednesday by picking up its first win of the season -- a 14-12 home victory Thursday against previously unbeaten Poplar Bluff.

Poplar Bluff (3-1) scored five times in the top of the first, but Chaffee (1-4) roared back with 11 runs in the bottom of the frame.

"It was nice to see our kids battle back," Chaffee coach Brian Horrell said. "It's been a long time coming."

Chris Hanback went the distance for Chaffee, allowing 11 hits. He struck out nine and walked four.

Augi Orr, Brad Daugherty and Jeremy Penrose each went 2-for-4 for Chaffee, which had 10 hits overall.


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WP -- Chris Hanback, 1-1. LP -- Blake Albritten. 2B -- Augi Orr (C), Jeff Daugherty (C), Brad Daugherty (C) Adam Urhahn (C), John Patty (PB) Cannon Bagby (PB), Eric Callahan (PB). Multiple hits -- Poplar Bluff, Patty 3-5, Bagby 3-4; Chaffee, Orr 2-4, B. Daugherty 2-4, Jeremy Penrose 2-4, Urhahn 2-4 . Records -- Poplar Bluff 3-1, Chaffee 1-4.

Oak Ridge 5, Delta 4

Oak Ridge won its first game of the season, beating Delta at home.

The Bluejays trailed 4-0 in the bottom of the fifth inning when Austin Hahs hit a triple with the bases loaded. Pitcher Austin Morrison followed with a triple of his own to tie the score.

Morrison allowed three hits and two walks while striking out15.

Delta pitcher Cody Crowden allowed only five hits and struck out 12.

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WP -- Austin Morrison, 1-0. LP -- Cody Crowden, 0-1. 3B -- Austin Hahs (OR), Morrison (OR). Records -- Oak Ridge 1-1, Delta 0-1.

Oran 27, Zalma 0

Oran romped Zalma on the road.

The Blue Jays were led by Caleb Seyer, who hit a grand slam, and Austin Dumey, who pitched a five-inning no-hitter and went 4-for-5 with a double and a triple at the plate.

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WP -- Austin Dumey, 1-0. LP -- Josh Barrett, 0-1. HR -- Caleb Seyer (O). 2B -- Dumey (O). 3B -- Dumey (O). Multiple hits -- Oran, Dumey 4-5, Seyer 2-3. Records -- Oran 2-0.

Softball DELTA 20, OAK RIDGE 2

Delta played its first game after two rainouts and won at Oak Ridge.

Sarah Cook was 4-for-5 with two RBIs and pitched a one-hitter while allowing no earned runs. Jenny Dannenmueller also had two hits and three RBIs.

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WP -- Sarah Cook, 1-0. LP -- Sedgwick, 0-1. 2B -- Jenny Dannenmueller (D), Sara Blattel (D), Shea Smith (D). Multiple hits -- Delta, Crystal Burnett 3-4, Blattel 3-4, Smith 3-4, Sarah Cook 4-5, Dannenmueler 2-4. Records -- Delta 1-0, Oak Ridge 1-1.

Scott City 9, Dexter 6

Scott City beat Dexter at home.

The Rams wre led by Jessica Warren, who had two doubles, and Lindsey Amick, who went 2-for-4 with a double. Kacie Cartwright also had two hits.

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WP -- Emily Essner. LP -- Amanda Dooley. 2B -- Lindsey Amick (SC), Jessica Warren 2 (SC). Multiple hits -- Scott City, Kacie Cartwright 2-3, Amick 2-4, Warren 2-4. Records -- Scott City 3-0.



Chelsey Marr had a hat trick, and Chasity Marr made three saves in her second straight shutout as Perryville defeated Fredericktown at home.

Amber Hacker had a goal and two assists for the Pirates (2-0), and Kendra Schilli scored a goal and had an assist as well. Chris Shemp dished out two assists, and Ashley Riney and Brittany Davis each scored a goal. Megan Blechle, Jocelyn Molll and Katie Fulton each had an assist.

St. Vincent 4, Pacific 1

Five freshmen -- starters Brooke Brown, Sara Moll, Lacey Siegmund, Jessica Welker and first sub and Kelci Cissell -- all contributed to a victory for St. Vincent (3-2) at the Anheuser-Busch Soccer Complex in Fenton, Mo.

"The freshmen are pretty talented players," St. Vincent coach Eric Long said. "They have played a lot together, and they are learning how to play together with the returning girls on the team. They are adapting quickly. I thought these were the types of wins that we might get later in the season."

Brooke Brown had two goals and assisted on a goal by Welker, while Siegmund had two assists. Cissell assisted on one goal, and senior Stacy Brown scored a goal.

"This was definitely our best game of the season so far," Long said. "In the first four games, we would have one good half and one bad half. This is the first time we have controlled play for 80 minutes."

GIRLS SWIMMING Central 110, Poplar Bluff 57

Central improved to 4-0 by winning at Poplar Bluff.

The Tigers won first place in every event and added a second- or third-place finish in all but two events.

Diving did not take place due to the depth of the pool.

Central is in action Saturday in the City of Roses meet at Central Municipal Pool.

Central finishers

200 medley relay -- 1, Central (Hannah Kinder, Jessi Yarbro, Amy Bickings, Katie Bowles), 2:12.37; 2, Central (Amanda Dewrock, Kasper Woldvedt, Lindsey Smith, Joanne Taleno ), 2:20.00.

200 freestyle -- 1, Betsy LeGrand, 2:20.69; 3, Brittney Halter, 2:46.87.

200 individual medley -- 1, Smith, 2:49.75; 3, Tara Pickens, 3:04.90.

50 free -- 1, Bickens, 30.50; 3, Woldvedt, 30.96.

100 buttefly -- 1, Taleno, 1:17.93; 2, Yarbro, 1:17.24.

100 free -- 1, Bickings, 1:08.84.

500 free -- 1, Bowles, 6:40.75; 3, Elizabeth Knight, 7:30.43.

200 free relay -- 1, Central (Jessica Gardner, Yarbro, Kinder, Smith), 2:04.46; 3, Central (Halter, Taleno, Woldvedt, LeGrand), 2:06.43.

100 backstroke -- 1, Dewrock, 1:28.84.

100 breaststroke -- 1, Kinder, 1:17.90; 2, Bowles, 1:28.67.

400 free relay -- 1, Central (Smith, Bickens, LeGrand, Taleno), 4:34.18; 2, Central (Gardner, Yarbo, Woldvedt, Kinder), 4:42.40.

GIRLS TRACK Seckman meet

The Perryville girls track team placed fifth in the 11-team Seckman track meet on Tuesday. Brittney Castleberry was first in the 100-meter dash (12.31 seconds) and the 300 hurdles (51.67) and second in the 100 hurdles (16.96).

JV -- Perryville placed third of 11 teams. Cassie Lawrence was first in the triple jump (29-4) and third in the long jump and pole vault.


* The Central junior high boys and girls track teams both placed first in a three-team meet with Poplar Bluff and Sikeston.

Central first-place finishers -- 800 relay (Bart Pittman, Brandon Crawford, Jake Garner, Jauvarus Walker), 1:41; 1,600 meters, Jordan Sheets, 5:03; 400 relay (Pittman, John Ritter, Garner, Walker), 48:62; 800 meters, Sheets, 2:20; 200 meters, Walker, 24:62; 1,600 relay (Ritter, Kentrell Andrews, Lucion Johnson, Sheets), 4:05; Triple jump, Anderson, 33-8.

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