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High school roundup: Notre Dame fights off Kennett
Colton Young nipped Trey Bazzell in a battle of Division I-bound pitchers.
Young led Notre Dame to a 4-3 victory over Kennett in baseball action Friday.
Young, who will play at Tennessee-Martin next season, struck out two and walked three over seven innings. He also drove in two runs with a double in the fourth inning.
Young's defense helped him out in the seventh. Kennett's leadoff batter reached first and the next batter ripped a line drive down the first-base line. But Bulldogs first baseman Wes Glaus made a diving catch and tagged first base for a double play to help out Young.
Bazzell, who will play at Murray State next season, struck out five.
WP -- Colton Young. LP -- Trey Bazzell. 2B -- Young (ND), Jeremy Essner (ND), Grantham (K), Gibbons (K), Bazzell (K), Dollins (K). Multiple hits -- Kennett: Grantham 2-4, Gibbons 2-3, Bazzell 2-4. Records -- Notre Dame 13-1.
Red Devil Classic
Chaffee reached the semifinals of its own Red Devil Classic with a 17-4 victory against Egyptian (Ill.) in five innings.
In other first-round action, Oran defeated Perryville 5-2.
Andrew Terhune knocked in five runs in Chaffee's victory, while winning pitcher Alex Davie had four RBIs.
Gabe Kielhofner had two hits and two RBIs in Oran's win. Mac McConnell tripled in the win.
Chaffee 17, Egyptian (Ill.) 4, 5 inn.
WP -- Alex Davie, 3-1. LP -- Salzman, 0-0. 2B -- Davie 2 (C), Trevor Cannon (C), Andrew Dooley (C), Andrew Terhune (C). Multiple hits -- Egyptian: Webb 2-3; Chaffee: Cannon 2-4, Davie 2-3, Jared Walker 2-3, Dooley 3-4, Terhune 2-4, Cameron Johnson 2-4. Records -- Chaffee 6-6.
Oran 5, Perryville 2
WP -- Kody Moore. LP -- Jacob Dobbelare. 3B -- Mac McConnell (O). 2B -- Paul Ferguson (P). Multiple hits -- Oran: Gabe Kielhofner 2-4, McConnell 2-4. Perryville: Ross Moldenhauer 2-3. Records -- Oran 9-6.
Jackson 13, Oakville 7
Dylan Koehler connected for a home run and a double as the Indians won on the road.
Mason Sander picked up the win with five strikeouts for the Indians (9-5).
WP -- Mason Sander, 2-1. LP -- Lark. HR -- Dylan Koehler (J). 2B -- Koehler (J), Sander (J), Zack McDowell (J), Tyler Qualls (J), Logan Bartels (J), Matt Crader (J), Simmons (O), Dalton (O). Multiple hits -- Jackson: Koehler 2-4, Sander 2-4, Qualls 2-4, Bartels 2-4, Crader 2-4, Clay Baker 2-3; Oakville: Simmons 2-5, Chambliss 2-4. Records -- Jackson 9-5, Oakville 12-5.
Oak Ridge 14, Zalma 4
Shelby Proctor threw a five-inning no-hitter for the Blue Jays (2-10).
Proctor (2-9) struck out seven and walked 10.
Stefanie Slemmer took the loss for the Bulldogs.
WP -- Shelby Proctor, 2-9. LP -- Stefanie Slemmer. Multiple hits -- Oak Ridge: Proctor 2-4, Emily Ruch 3-4, Rae Haven 2-4. Records -- Oak Ridge 2-10.
Perryville's Desi Buhler cleared 5 feet, 2 inches in the high jump to place second and lead six top-six finishes by the Pirates at Potosi's Trojan Relays.
Casey Brewer turned in two fourth-place finishes, throwing 102-0 in the discus and 34-5 in the shot put.
Jacob Bethel placed fifth in the discus (139-4), Brandon Hudson finished sixth in the 400 (53.3 seconds) and the 800 relay team of Hudson, Wyatt McAfee, Terry Davis and Lee Thaxton placed sixth (1:36.1).
The Notre Dame boys placed second.
Notre Dame had 45 points, behind Poplar Bluff's 85 points.
The Bulldogs recorded two first-place finishes, including Wynn McClellan breaking the school record in the 1,600 for the third consecutive meet.
Joe Froemsdorf tied for first in the high jump.
Notre Dame top 6
1,600 -- 1. Wynn McClellan, 4:31.08
110 hurdles -- 3. Taylor Essner, 16.16
400 relay -- 6. Essner, Patrick Williamson, Brady Vetter, Ethan Huber, 45.62
3,200 relay -- 4. McClellan, Ethan Holcomb, Ryan Johnson, Cody Moore, 8:33.92
High jump -- 4. Grant Eudy, 6-4
Pole vault -- 1. (tie) Joe Froemsdorf, 13-0; 4. Duncan Ross, 13-0
-- From staff reports