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High school roundup: Notre Dame softball edges Cobden in eight innings
Jessica Menz delivered a two-run single in the eighth inning to lift the Notre Dame softball team past host Cobden on Thursday.
Katie Bond struck out three over eight innings in the 5-3 win.
Brianne Sanders, Summer Burger and Menz all had two hits in the win.
WP -- Katie Bond. LP -- Pinder. HR -- Pinder. 2B -- Savanna Ayers (ND). Multiple hits -- Notre Dame: Brianne Sanders 2-3, Summer Burger 2-5, Jessica Menz 2-5. Records -- Notre Dame 21-1.
Scott City 6, St. Vincent 4
Alexis Spriggs struck out six in seven innings to help the Rams win on the road.
Lindsay Kern and Brittany Kiefer both hit a triple, and Melanie Lacey collected three RBIs in the win.
St. Vincent's Kayla Seabaugh and Abby Ruessler both tripled.
WP -- Alexis Spriggs, 9-3. LP -- Unterreiner. 3B -- Kayla Seabaugh (SV), Abby Ruessler (SV). Lindsay Kern (SC) Brittany Keifer (SC). 2B -- Melanie Lacey (SC), Jenna Cummins (SC), Kali Wingerter (SV). Multiple hits -- Scott City: Kern 2-3, Macy Hall 2-3, Kiefer 2-4, Cummins 2-4. St. Vincent: Seabaugh 3-4, Ruessler 2-4. Records -- Scott City 13-9.
Sikeston 6, Delta 1
The Bobcats fell short at home.
WP -- Hopson. LP -- Myra Henson, 4-11. 3B -- King (S). 2B -- Hopson (S). Multiple hits -- Sikeston: Hopson 2-4, Chaney 2-3, Collins 2-4, Hines 2-4. Records -- Delta 4-15.
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Katie Hogan recorded 13 kills and four aces to go with 15 digs in the Rams' road win.
Mallory Reddick chipped in 24 digs, while Sydney Short had 11 digs and 11 assists.
Mikah Simpson finished with 23 digs and three kills for Scott City.
Abby Landewee recorded 11 kills, four digs and two service aces as the Wildcats won on the road.
Sydney Eeftink collected 16 assists, three digs and a service ace to help Leopold improve to 15-3.
Addie Kielhofner had four assists for the Eagles (2-7-2).
JV -- Leopold won 25-17, 25-13
Natalie Bauwens put up seven kills to help lead the Pirates to victory at home.
Catie Oberndorfer added seven digs to help boost Perryville to 23-3.
Sam Babcock collected nine digs for the Crusaders (9-10-3).
JV -- Perryville won 25-5, 25-8
Torie VanGennip led the Bulldogs with 16 assists and three aces in the win.
Angela Dickinson had nine kills followed by Lesta Newberry with nine blocks for Zalma (16-2).
Lorie VanGennip added seven digs, while Emily Merick added six kills for the Bulldogs.
JV -- Bernie won 25-6, 25-23
Chelsea Pannier led the Tigers with 11 kills, four digs and two blocks but it proved not enough as they fell short at home.
Megan Myers recorded 20 assists, followed by Chelsey Brown with eight digs and six kills for Central (13-11-2).
JV -- Central won 17-25, 25-21, 26-24
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Heather Dietiker collected six kills and Jillian Mills added five in the Panthers' road win.
Meadow Heights improved to 11-6 with the win.
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Stacy Roberts pounded six kills and Mckenzie Elam added five as the Blue Jays improved to 2-11.
Ashley Acup collected five digs for the Cardinals as they fell short on the road.
Keighlyn Lincoln added two aces for Woodland (3-14).
JV -- Woodland won 25-19, 25-20
Central 7, Dexter 2
The Tigers collected victories in five of their six singles matches to post the road win.
Morgan Crowell didn't drop a game in her No. 3 singles win.
No. 1 -- Emma Segar (C) def. Hannah Ward 8-6
No. 2 -- Caroline Harding (C) def. Audra Lasater 8-5
No. 3 -- Morgan Crowell (C) def. Amelia Jibben 8-0
No. 4 -- Catherine Kinchen (D) def. Susanna Hayward 8-3
No. 5 -- Rebecca Schneider (C) def. Kaitlyn Jarrell 8-2
No. 6 -- Lauren Dumey (C) def. Jamie Manuel 8-2
No. 1 -- Ward-Lasater (D) def. Segar-Crowell 8-6
No. 2 -- Harding-Hayward (C) def. Jibben-Kinchen 9-7
No. 3 -- Schneider-Faith Tegal (C) def. Jarrell-Manuel 8-3
The Central girls placed three runners in the top 10 to capture the title.
Jordyn Richmond paced the Tigers with a third-place finish, covering the course in 19 minutes, 42 seconds. Laura Chavez was fourth in 21:00.
The Central boys took second behind Roy Leighton's seventh-place finish. The Tigers boys also had three runners break into the top 10, but finished three points behind Herrin, Ill.
Central -- 7. Roy Leighton 17:58; 8. Collin Summers 17:58; 9. Eric Schott 17:59; 11. Lars Monia 18:12; 13. Brandon Bryant 18:24
Central -- 3. Jordyn Richmond 19:42; 4. Laura Chavez 21:00; 10. Lessley Dennington 22:42; 15. Chleo Legrand 23:47; 17. Megan Daly 23:59
-- From staff reports