High school roundup: Chaffee baseball extinguishes Advance rally
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Chaffee shut down Advance's seventh-inning comeback and posted a 5-4 home victory Monday in high school baseball action.
Advance scored two runs in the seventh, but Andrew Dooley was able to obtain the final out and notch the save for Chaffee (2-0).
Red Devils starter Alex Davie (1-0) pitched five innings, striking out nine and walking one.
Alex Crowe hit a triple, while Cody Payne and Andrew Terhune both went 3 for 3 with two doubles.
Daniel Dooley went 2 for 3 with a double.
Grant Gray had a double for the Hornets, while Ryan Moses went 3 for 4.
Kyndel Page took the loss. He allowed four earned runs and 11 hits in 5 2/3 innings.
WP -- Alex Davie, 1-0. LP -- Kyndel Page. 3B -- Alex Crowe (C). 2B -- Cody Payne 2 (C), Andrew Terhune 2 (C), Daniel Dooley (C), Grant Gray 2. Multiple hits -- Chaffee: Payne 3-3, Dooley 2-3, Terhune 3-3, Jason Cicardi 2-3; Advance: Ryan Moses 3-4. Records -- Chaffee 2-0.
Fredericktown 9, St. Vincent 0
St. Vincent was shut out in its season opener at home.
Dillan Richardet, who took the loss on the mound, went 2 for 3 with a double.
WP -- Rusty Allger. LP -- Dillan Richardet, 0-1. 2B -- Lewand (F), Richardet (SV). Multiple hits -- Fredericktown: Lewand 3-5, Allger 2-5; St. Vincent: Richardet 2-3. Records -- St. Vincent 0-1.
Leopold 12, Bell City 1
Leopold's Casey Graham went 5 for 5 with two RBIs, while Ben Seiler went 2 for 5 and collected four RBIs in a road victory.
Cameron Davis added a double, while Robert Brown had two RBIs.
Joe Elfrink (1-0) allowed six hits and one unearned run in six innings. He struck out seven and did not walk a batter.
Bell City's Cody Kight had two doubles, while Trey Geiger went 2 for 3.
Josh Overbey took the loss.
WP -- Joe Elfrink, 1-0. LP -- Josh Overbey. 2B -- Cameron Davis (L), Cody Kight 2 (BC). Multiple hits -- Leopold: Ben Seiler 2-5, Casey Graham 5-5; Bell City: Kight 2-3, Trey Geiger 2-3. Records -- Leopold 1-0.
Kennett 5, Central 3
Andrew Williams went 3 for 4 with a double, but it was not enough to help the Tigers avoid a road loss in their season opener.
Central starter Ronnie Scott allowed two earned runs and five hits in four innings. He struck out five and walked four.
WP -- Logan Dollins, 1-0. LP -- Ronnie Scott, 0-1. 2B -- Andy Lack (K), Andrew Williams (C). Multiple hits -- Kennett: Lack 2-3; Central: Williams 3-4. Records -- Kennett 1-0, Central 0-1.
Saxony Lutheran 10, East Prairie 7
East Prairie scored four runs in the seventh, but the Crusaders held on to win their season opener at home.
Clay Roth had two doubles and two RBIs in the win, while Shawn Hadler went 3 for 3.
Spencer Sander was 2 for 3 with a double and two RBIs, and Ryan Sprandel went 3 for 4 with a double and two RBIs.
Matt Stueve went the distance for the Crusaders (1-0), allowing five earned runs on nine hits and striking out seven.
WP -- Matt Stueve, 1-0. LP -- Connor Scott, 0-1. HR -- Maynard (EP). 2B -- Scott (EP), Miller (EP), Clay Roth 2 (SL), Spencer Sander (SL), Ryan Sprandel (SL). Multiple hits -- East Prairie: Miller 2-4, Scott 2-3, Mathis 2-4; Saxony Lutheran: Sprandel 3-4, Shawn Hadler 3-3, Sander 2-3, Roth 2-4. Records -- Saxony Lutheran 1-0.
Oak Ridge 14, Meadow Hts. 2 (5 inn.)
Kelby Brown and Brett Thomas both had two hits as visiting Oak Ridge romped in its season opener.
Lucas Rohde pitched 3 2/3 innings for the victory.
WP -- Lucas Rohde. LP -- Garland. 2B -- Kelby Brown (O). Multiple hits -- Oak Ridge: Brown 2-3, Brett Thomas 2-4. Records -- Oak Ridge 1-0, Meadow Heights 0-1.
St. Vincent 4, Central 0
Katie Mattingly made three saves in goal as the Indians won their season opener at home.
Holly Blandford netted the lone goal of the first half, while Storm French, Abby Lappe and Kayla Seabaugh netted goals in the second half.
Seabaugh had two assists, while Lappe and Courtney Heberlie both had one.
SOFTBALL Meadow Hts. 19, Oak Ridge (4 inn.)
Bailey Koyle had two home runs and four RBIs in the Panthers' season-opening win at home.
Danielle Welker had five stolen bases and three RBIs.
-- From staff reports