High school roundup: Notre Dame soccer team beats Central 4-0

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Allyson Bradshaw and Anna Wren staked Notre Dame to a 2-0 halftime lead in its 4-0 victory over crosstown rival Central in girls soccer action Monday.

Abby Boyer and Shelby Beussink added second-half goals for the Bulldogs (6-6).

Taylor Rinda had three assists and Wren had one.

Madison Buelow and Veronica Moore combined for the shutout in goal.

St. Vincent 2, Farmington 1

Emily Cissell scored the Indians' first goal with Holly Blandford earning the helper.

Kayla Seabaugh scored St. Vincent's second goal off an assist from Courtney Heberlie.

Katie Mattingly recorded six saves to help St. Vincent improve to 15-4.

Jackson 2, Mehlville 1

The Indians rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit on the road.

Kasey Crowden scored the equalizer off an assist from Alex Sotak.

Crowden repaid the favor when she assisted on Sotak's game-winner.

Brooke Sanders stopped 17 shots for Jackson (16-1).


Jackson 17, Seckman 3

Bobby Clark hit two home runs to lead the visiting Indians to the lopsided five-inning win.

Dylan Koehler went 2 for 3, including a homer, in the winning effort.

Logan Bartels struck out four in a complete-game win.


WP -- Logan Bartels, 5-0. LP -- Rieger. HR -- Bobby Clark 2 (J), Dylan Koehler (J), Laban Petzoldt (J), Clay Baker (J). 2B -- Zach McDowell (J), Bartels (J), Alek Ferbet 2 (S), Collin Edwards 2 (S). Multiple hits -- Jackson: Clark 2-3, Koehler 2-3, Trent Wills 2-3, Bartels 2-3, Trevor Jaco 2-4. Records -- Jackson 11-5.

Notre Dame 7, Festus 1

Jonathan Lynch went 4 for 5, including a triple, and Cody Heisserer blasted a solo home run in the Bulldogs' road win.

Alex Beussink struck out two and walked four over six innings to earn the win. Lynch struck out one in the seventh to close the win.

Tyler Buelow added three hits for Notre Dame (14-3), which will play for the SEMO Conference tournament title at 4:30 p.m. today at Kennett.

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WP -- Alex Beussink. LP -- Tyler Almany. HR -- Cody Heisserer (ND). 3B -- Jonathan Lynch (ND). 2B -- A. Beussink (ND), Nathan Beussink (ND), Tim Gurnow (F). Multiple hits -- Notre Dame: Lynch 4-5, Heisserer 2-5, A. Beussink 2-3, Tyler Buelow 3-4. Records -- Notre Dame 14-3.

Oran 14, Delta 2

Seth Ressel and Tyler Schlitt combined on a five-inning no-hitter.

Ressel earned the win on the mound by striking out six and walking four over 4 2/3 innings. Schlitt recorded the final out.

Kody Moore and Tyler Heuring both scored four runs in the win.

Zac Chasteen drove in four runs, while Heuring and Ressel plated two apiece in the win.

Dallas Naramore and Zach Riegert scored the Bobcats' runs.


WP -- Seth Ressel. LP -- Chase Crowden. HR -- Kody Moore (O), Zac Chasteen (O). 2B -- Tyler Heuring (O), Chasteen (O). Multiple hits -- Oran: Dalton Elfrink 2-4, Heuring 4-4, Chasteen 2-4. Records -- Oran 17-1.

Saxony Lutheran 15, Meadow Heights 2

Matt Stueve hit a grand slam in a nine-run first inning to help the Crusaders roll to a five-inning home victory.

Stueve finished with five RBIs, while Spencer Sander, who went 3 for 4, had three RBIs. Sander and Clay Roth both had a double for Saxony Lutheran (11-6).

Jon Winkler pitched the first three innings for the win. He struck out seven and allowed one hit.

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WP -- Jon Winkler. LP -- Josh Douglas. HR -- Matt Stueve (SL). 2B -- Spencer Sander (SL), Clay Roth (SL). Multiple hits -- Saxony Lutheran: Sander 3-4. Records -- Saxony Lutheran 11-6.

Shawnee, Ill. 6, Oak Ridge 4

Shawnee recorded back-to-back RBI singles by Aiden McMahan and Justin McMahan off Blue Jays reliever Jake LeGrand in the top of the eighth to pull out the road win.

Lance Rohde took the loss for the Blue Jays. Rohde, who had to pitch around four errors, struck out six and walked three before yielding to LeGrand with one out and two runners on in the eighth.

Oak Ridge tied the game 4-4 in the bottom of the sixth inning when Rohde reached on an error, which allowed two runs to score.

Rohde was 2 for 3 at the plate.

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WP -- Aiden McMahan. LP -- Lance Rohde. 2B -- McMahan (S), Lucas Rohde (O). Multiple hits -- Shawnee: Gary Pind 2-5, McMahan 4-5; Oak Ridge: Lance Rohde 2-3. Records -- Oak Ridge 10-5.

East Prairie 6, Woodland 4

Neil Johnson struck out 12 over seven innings and smoked a pair of doubles, but it proved not enough in the Cardinals' home loss.

David Gray and Hayden Mayfield both doubled for Woodland.

C.J. McAlister went 2 for 3 in the losing effort.

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WP -- Dalton Golightly. LP -- Neil Johnson, 3-3. 2B -- David Gray (W), Hayden Mayfield (W), Johnson 2 (W), Russel (EP). Multiple hits -- Woodland: Johnson 2-4, CJ McAlister 2-3; East Prairie: Mikey Russell 2-4. Records -- Woodland 7-7, East Prairie 8-7.

Charleston 14, Scott County Central 9

Josh Boese belted a pair of doubles but it wasn't enough in the Braves' road loss.

Kamryn Johnson also doubled for Scott County Central.


WP -- Marshall Stallings. LP -- Ben Freed. 2B -- Josh Boese 2 (SCC), Kamryn Johnson (SCC).


Notre Dame 157, Dexter 167

Cody Cox earned meet medalist with a 2-under-par 34 at Hidden Trails Country Club in Dexter, Mo.

Gunnar Knudtson carded a 38, followed by Tyler Arpin (42) and Jake Seabaugh (43).

-- From staff reports

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