High school roundup: Perryville softball team overpowers Jackson

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Kelcie Fahnestock collected three hits in the Perryville softball team's 7-1 victory over host Jackson on Tuesday.

Morgan Baer added two hits for the Pirates.

Casey Hotop earned the win in the circle. She allowed three hits.

Mallory Jones allowed eight hits and struck out five to suffer the loss for the Indians (10-11).

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WP -- Casey Hotop. LP -- Mallory Jones. 2B -- Mollie Crader (J), Kelcie Fahnestock (P), Tiarra Sparkman (P). Multiple hits -- Jackson: Crader 2-3; Perryville: Fahnestock 3-5, Morgan Baer 2-4. Records -- Jackson 10-11.

Poplar Bluff 1, Kelly 0

The Mules shut down the visiting Hawks a week after Kelly defeated Poplar Bluff by 10 runs.

The Hawks pounded out five hits but couldn't push across a run.

Kristy Brucker went 2 for 3, including a double, for Kelly (11-9).

Morgan LeDure led off the seventh inning with an infield single to the left side, beating Poplar Bluff's second baseman to the bag. Jessica Worth followed with a swinging bunt in front of the plate for a single to put two on and nobody out.

Emily Grojean's bunt was fielded by third baseman Courtney Campbell, who threw to shortstop Courtney Raulston at third for the first out. Mules pitcher Rebekah Watkins then got a pair of fly outs to left field, the final out coming on an over-the-shoulder basket catch by Karisa Coleman.

Poplar Bluff's Randi Montgomery got a one-out hit in the fourth, and Ally Brooks followed with a sharp single past first. Montgomery went from first to third on the play, and scored on Emily Burke's single to center field for the lone run.

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WP -- Rebekah Watkins. LP -- Kristy Brucker. 2B -- Brucker (K), Randi Montgomery (PB). Multiple hits -- Kelly: Brucker 2-3; Poplar Bluff: Montgomery 2-3. Records -- Kelly 11-9.

Chaffee 8, Twin Rivers 5

Adrienne Eichhorn slammed a home run and added a double in the Red Devils' road win.

Kaitlin McFerron knocked in three runs, while Cierra Crites went 2 for 4 for Chaffee (9-12).

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WP -- Madison. LP -- Hailey Enderle. HR -- Adrienne Eichhorn (C). 3B -- Kaitlin McFerron (C). 2B -- McFerron (C), Eichhorn (C), Pijanowski (TR). Multiple hits -- Chaffee: Cierra Crites 2-4; Twin Rivers: Shearer 2-4, Stockton 3-4, Pijanowski 3-4, Williams 2-4, Conner 2-3. Records -- Chaffee: 9-12.

BOYS SOCCER

Central 1, Poplar Bluff 0

Austin Shupert scored with 7 seconds left in the first half for the game's lone goal.

Chandler Bagley assisted on the goal.

Austin Bagley recorded six saves in goal. Central improved to 3-8 with the home win.

Anna-Jonesboro 4, Saxony Lutheran 2

Hunter Coe and Brandon Klinkhardt scored in the Crusaders' home loss.

VOLLEYBALL

Perryville2525 De Soto128

The Pirates earned the conference title with the home sweep.

Kristen Triller had five blocks, while Morgan Mueller added 10 digs in the win.

Ashley Bachmann put up 12 assists for the Pirates (20-2).

JV -- De Soto won 25-23, 25-14.

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Hailey Mouser led the Indians with seven kills in the home loss.

Kelsey McDowell put down three kills while adding 14 assists and four digs for the Indians.

JV -- Farmington won in two games

Saxony212525 Central251916

Katie Williams led the Tigers with eight kills in the road loss.

Amber Helms had six aces, while Tori Scheller contributed 12 assists for the Tigers.

JV -- Central won in three games.

Meadow Hts2525 Greenville1210

Erin Bollmann slammed nine kills to lead the Panthers to victory.

The senior added three blocks and two aces.

Whitney Welker contributed six kills and two aces, while Taylor Mungle had four kills.

Kelsey Kennedy added nine assists and three aces, while Caitlin Cook chipped in nine assists for the Panthers (12-7).

Eagle Ridge252025 New Salem222523

Bethany Miget had eight kills and eight aces to lead Eagle Ridge to victory.

Tylar Kennedy contributed six kills, while Hannah Hess had five kills and two digs.

Shelby Howell added five kills and five aces, and Megan Woodall had nine assists, one ace and three digs for Eagle Ridge (14-2).

BOYS SWIMMING

Clayton 130, Central 42

Senior Jordan Gramling won the 200 individual medley and 100 freestyle to lead the Tigers.

Gramling's time of 50.28 seconds in the 100 freestyle just missed the pool record of 50.22.

The Tigers' 200 freestyle relay team of Gramling, Sam Rhodes, Alvaro Jaramillo and Sushil Sobti was second in 1:47.97.

Central's 400 freestyle relay team of Gramling, Rhodes, Jaramillo and Colin Keele was second (4:02.96).

Rhodes was third in the 50 freestyle (26.20).

The Tigers' medley relay of Keele, Sobti, Rhodes and Christian Retter was third (2:12.18).

GIRLS TENNIS

Central 7, Dexter 2

The Tigers improved to 8-7 behind a sweep of the doubles matches in the home victory.

Singles

No. 1 -- Morgan Crowell (C) def. Jessica Snider 8-4

No. 2 -- Caroline Harding (C) def. Baylee Cooper 8-6

No. 3 -- Susanna Hayward (C) def. Erica Morgan 8-6

No. 4 -- Jamie Manuel (D) def. Becky Schneider 8-3

No. 5 -- Alison Jarrell (D) def. Caroline Retter 8-3

No. 6 -- Faith Tegel (C) def. Hailee Hubbard 8-3

Doubles

No. 1 -- Crowell-Harding (C) def. Snider-Cooper 8-1

No. 2 -- Hayward-Schneider (C) def. Morgan-Jarell 8-6

No. 3 -- Tegel-Retter (C) def. Manuel-Hubbard 8-3

-- From staff reports

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