High school roundup: Notre Dame roughs up Central in softball, move to 18-0

Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Jackson's Laurie Clippard and Melinna Craft, right, try to block Sikeston's Vonteria Applewhite during Tuesday's match in Sikeston, Mo. (BRENT SHIPMAN ~ Sikeston Standard Democrat)

The Notre Dame softball team scored six runs in the first inning as it improved to 18-0 with a 12-2 win in five innings at rival Central.

Savanna Ayers collected three doubles in a 3-for-3 performance Tuesday afternoon. Summer Burger, Jessica Menz, Katie Bond and Brandi Glastetter had two hits apiece, including a double each.

Bond picked up the win in the circle to improve to 17-0.

Central's Destiny Whitney collected a triple and a double in the losing effort.

Notre Dame61311--12130
Central00020--252

WP -- Katie Bond, 17-0. LP -- Kadie Orenstein. 3B -- Destiny Whitney (C). 2B -- Whitney (C), Summer Burger (ND), Savanna Ayers (ND), Jessica Menz (ND), Brandi Glastetter (ND), Bond (ND). Multiple hits -- Notre Dame: Burger 2-4, Ayers 3-3, Menz 2-3, Glastetter 2-2, Bond 2-3. Central: Whitney 2-2. Records -- Notre Dame 18-0.

Perryville 4, St. Vincent 1

Morgan Baer hit a double to help the Pirates collect a win at St. Vincent.

Tiarra Sparkman went 2 for 4 for Perryville.

Casey Unterreiner suffered the pitching loss for the Indians.

Perryville1000003--440
St. Vincent0000010--133

WP -- Casey Hotop. LP -- Casey Unterreiner. 2B -- Morgan Baer (P). Multiple hits -- Perryville: Tiarra Sparkman 2-4. Records -- St. Vincent 4-13.

Chaffee 13, Delta 11

The Red Devils jumped out to an early lead and rode it to a road victory.

Taylor Fodge went 3 for 4, including a triple and double in the win.

Samantha Bartels led the Bobcats by going 3 for 5 with six RBIs.

Chaffee3004330--13177
Delta0003044--11166

WP -- Montana Estes, 3-6. LP -- Myra Henson, 3-8. 3B -- Taylor Fodge (C). 2B -- Hannah Bedwell (C), Fodge (C), Samantha Bartels (D), Rachel Birkman (D). Multiple hits -- Delta: Macey Parks 2-5, Courtney Beggs 2-3, Samantha Bartels 3-5, Rachel Bartels 3-4, Tia May 2-5, Rachel Birkman 3-4. Chaffee: Adrienne Eichhorn 4-4, Bedwell 3-4, Fodge 3-4, Stevie Schrum 2-3. Records -- Delta 3-12. Chaffee 3-12.

Scott City 18, East Prairie 2

The Rams collected 18 runs in four inning to earn the lopsided win.

Alexis Spriggs, Tana Tetley and Melanie Lacey all collected doubles in their winning effort.

East Prairie1001--238
Scott City4716--18132

WP -- Becky Burger. LP -- Turner. 2B -- Alexis Spriggs (SC), Tana Tetley (SC), Melanie Lacey (SC). Multiple hits -- Scott City: Burger 2-3, Macy Hall 2-3, Jenna Cummins 2-2, Tetley 2-2. Records -- Scott City 11-6.

CROSS COUNTRY

Oak Ridge Invitational

Oak Ridge walked away with first place in the boys division, collecting four top-10 finishes and finishing with 42 points.

Delta's Zach Riegert finished the course in 17 minutes, 58 seconds to capture the boys title.

Saga Barzowski of Arcadia Valley finished first in the girls race.

The Saxony Lutheran girls collected three top-10 finishes to grab the team title.

Boys

Team results -- 1. Oak Ridge 42, 2. Valle Catholic 88, 3. Delta 94, 4. Crystal City 124, 5. Arcadia Valley 132, 6. Farmington 133, 7. Woodland 152, 8. Saxony Lutheran 167

Top 10 -- 1. Zach Riegert (D) 17:58; 2. Caleb Sutton (AV) 18:02; 3. Jacob Grass (VC) 18:08; 4. Caleb Elam (OR) 18:11; 5. Ethan Seyer (OR) 18:18; 6. Timmy Williams (CC) 18:20; 7. Jeff Kastedt (AV) 18:25; 8. Andy Naeger (VC) 18:26; 9. Corvin Shoen (OR) 18:38; 10. Stephen Bolen (OR) 18:45.

Local top five

Oak Ridge (42) -- 4. Caleb Elam 18:11; 5. Ethan Seyer 18:18; 9. Corvin Schoen 18:38; 10. Stephen Bolen 18:45; 14. Hunter Metje 19:27

Delta (94) -- 1. Zach Riegert 17:58; 15. Austin Seabaugh 19:35; 21. Dwight Nance 20:24; 22. Brandon Horman 20:39; 35. Jeremiah Peikert 21:32

Woodland (152) -- 16. Aaron Yount 19:43; 26. Evan Thomsen 21:03; 34. Austin Stause 21:35; 36. Mark Meck 21:31; 40. Hayden Mayfield 22:07

Saxony Lutheran (167) -- 13. Sam Breite 19:20; 23. Brandon Fritsche 20:42; 30. Kris Cook 21:20; 44. Aaron Koehler 22:18; 57. Jason Krueger 24:20

Kelly -- 20. Juan Campos 20:13

Meadow Heights -- 31. Steven Bright 21:18; 48. Trent Kiefer 22:47; 54. Isaac Elk 23:43


Girls

Team results -- 1. Saxony Lutheran 28, 2. Farmington 45, 3. Arcadia Valley 51, 4. Dexter 68, 5. Chaffee 85

Top 10 -- 1. Saga Barzowski (AV) 21:15; 2. Kristin Dippold (SL) 21:48; 3. Lizzie Kohlbaker (D) 23:54; 4. Taylin Pearsons (F) 23:57; 5. Tori Winter (S) 24:46; 6. Haley Morris (W) 25:00; 7. Chelsea Thurman (CC) 25:00; 8. Carlie Bolen (OR) 25:08; 9. Rachael Gruenwald (S) 25:10; 10: Alexis King (F) 25:19

Local top five

Saxony Lutheran (28) -- 2. Kristin Dippold 21:48; 5. Tori Winter 24:46; 9. Rachael Gruenwald 25:10; 12. Regan Obermann 25:35; 20. Sarah Winningham 27:59

Chaffee (85) -- 13. Molli McGowan 25:35; 22. Cassie Hindman 28:32; 23. Randi Wiley 28:57; 27. Ellie Sigman 29:56; 30. Rachel Reischman 32:55

Woodland -- 6. Haley Morris 25:00; 29. Tess Rainey 32:19

BOYS SOCCER

Notre Dame 2, Carbondale 0

Tyler Buelow scored the Bulldogs' first goal early in the first half with the assist from Jonathan Lynch.

Aaron Arnzen kicked in another goal late in the second half to help secure the home victory for Notre Dame (6-4).

Trevor Ross assisted on Arnzen's marker, while James Holloway stood in goal for the shutout.

"It was some of our best playing all season," Notre Dame coach Brad Wittenborn said. "The defense got out there and played strong and the offense was very creative tonight."

VOLLEYBALL

Perryville2525 Ste. Genevieve2220

The Pirates avenged a loss in Saturday's Perryville tournament by downing the host Dragons in two games.

Marissa Erwin paced Perryville with nine kills and four blocks. Samantha Amberger added six kills.

Megan Moldenhauer chipped in 18 assists as the Pirates improved to 20-2.

JV -- Perryville won 25-18, 26-28, 25-17.

Central2525 New Madrid197

Chelsea Pannier smacked 12 kills to lead the Tigers to the road win.

Chelsey Brown added five kills, two aces and a dig, while Megan Myers put up 19 assists to help Central improve to 13-9-2.

JV -- Central won 25-18, 12-25, 25-18.

St. Vincent2527 Herculaneum2225

Chelsie Boxdorfer led the Indians with 15 digs in their win at home.

Miranda Unterreiner added 17 digs, and Monika Smith finished with six kills.

JV -- St. Vincent won 25-10, 25-14.

Scott City2525 Oran812

Sydney Short rounded up eight assists, five digs, three kills and three aces to help the Rams post the home win.

Katie Hogan added eight digs, seven kills and three aces.

Mallory Reddick and Mikah Simpson added 12 digs apiece as the Rams boosted their record to 10-2-1.

JV -- Scott City won 25-18, 22-25, 25-11.

Eagle Ridge2525 Trinity812

Heather Wiseman led the Eagles with 10 service points, four assists and four aces.

Lyndse Hamby added nine service points and eight aces, while Tylar Kennedy contributed five service points, four kills and four aces for Eagle Ridge (7-4).

JV -- Eagle Ridge won 25-10, 25-22.

Fredericktown252325 Woodland172519

The Cardinals fell to 1-12 with a road loss.

Bailey King had five kills and three aces, while Ashley Acup also had three aces for Woodland.

JV -- Woodland won 15-25, 25-22, 25-23

Jackson172525 Sikeston251622

The Indians needed three games to dispatch the host Bulldogs.

-- From staff reports

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