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High school roundup: Jackson pair earns trip to girls state tennis meet
Jackson's Jenny Powell and Montana Adams are headed back to the Class 2 state girls tennis tournament.
The doubles team defeated Jenna Meyer and Kate Dolan of Cor Jesu 6-3, 6-3 in Tuesday's sectional to reach the state tournament.
Powell and Adams qualified for the state tournament last year as sophomores.
Class 1 sectional
Notre Dame's Kelly Kapp and Reagan Kapp fell to Lutheran South's Grace Schwerdtfeger and Marthilda Kaipare 7-5, 6-0 at Sikeston.
The loss concluded the Bulldogs' inaugural season.
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Kate Edwards knocked down nine kills, while Miranda Fowler added six kills in the Bulldogs' road win.
Amy Wibbenmeyer chipped in five kills, and Shelby Dix put up 18 assists in the win.
Brooke Bohnert contributed 12 digs, while Olivia Roth had 11 digs for Notre Dame (16-2).
Katie Williams put down five kills, and Tori Scheller had 18 assists for the Tigers.
Haley Maxwell added three digs for Central (7-19-2).
JV -- Notre Dame won in two games.
The Pirates improved to 25-2 with a home win.
Megan Grubbs contributed seven service points, while Amanda Yamnitz had three aces for Perryville.
Angie Hoehn had two aces, while Kaitlyn Ellsworth added three kills for the Pirates.
JV -- Perryville won in two games.
Advance defeated Bell City 25-19, 25-17 in the first round.
Liza Gray smashed seven kills, while Allie Below had 17 assists for the Hornets.
Haley Kennison added six kills, while Kelsi Sturgeon posted 15 digs for Advance.
Jasmine Johnson paced the Cubs with 12 kills, 15 digs and two blocks.
Trisha Slagley added 26 assists and five digs for Bell City (11-11-2).
Notre Dame meet
The Bulldogs claimed the title at their own meet with 125 points.
Notre Dame's Dustin Parsons won the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke.
Jackson Voss won the 200 freestyle and finished third in the 100 freestyle for the Bulldogs.
Jackson's Kristian Troxel won the 200 individual medley and took second in the 100 breaststroke. Both times were better than the state qualifying standard.
Jackson's Payton Beck came in first in the 500 freestyle and second in the 100 backstroke.
Team standings -- 1. Notre Dame 125; 2. Westminster 106; 3. Jackson 83
200 medley relay -- 1. Jackson (Kristian Troxel, Joey Janisse, Kelton Burgi, Austin Hobbs) 1:53.19; 2. Notre Dame, 1:55.43
200 freestyle -- 1. Jackson Voss (ND) 2:00.78; 2. Hobbs (J) 2:03.25
200 individual medley -- 1. Troxel (J) 2:05.71; 2. Zach Smith (ND) 2:16.74
50 freestyle -- 1. Orry Newell (ND) 25.19; 2. Janisse (J) 25.44
Diving -- 1. Burgi (J) 182.95
100 butterfly -- 1. Dustin Parsons (ND) 56.77; 3. Hobbs (J) 1:04.64
100 freestyle -- 1. Alec Domjan (ND) 51.45; 3. Voss (ND) 53.90
500 freestyle -- 1. Payton Beck (J) 5:24.02; 2. Matt Jedlinski (ND) 5:31.33
200 freestyle relay -- 1. Notre Dame (Parsons, Newell, Smith, Domjan) 1:39.12; 2. Jackson, 1:40.28
100 backstroke -- 1. Parsons (ND) 1:03.69; 2. Beck (J) 1:05.38; 3. Ethan Pobst (ND) 1:07.16
100 breaststroke -- 2. Troxel (J) 1:04.43
400 freestyle relay -- 1. Notre Dame (Domjan, Newell, Jedlinski, Cory Bunger) 3:43.79; 3. Notre Dame
Fredericktown 7, Eagle Ridge 2
The Eagles fell at home.
-- From staff reports