High school roundup: Chaffee baseball uses big 7th inning to beat Risco

Friday, April 6, 2012

Chaffee scored six runs with two out in the top of the seventh inning Thursday to defeat Risco 8-2 in Chaffee.

Cody Payne delivered the game-winning hit for the Red Devils, who were the visiting team on their home field.

Payne also was the beneficiary on the mound, pitching all seven innings to improve to 3-0. He struck out 12, walked one and yielded eight hits.

Payne, Daniel Dooley and Layton Tenkhoff all had two hits for the Red Devils, who had 11 hits overall and improved to 10-1. Dooley and Alex Davie both had two RBIs.


WP -- Cody Payne, 3-0. LP -- Chris Pavy. Multiple hits -- Chaffee: Payne 2-4, Daniel Dooley 2-3, Layton Tenkhof 2-4. Risco: Chris Pavy 3-4, Jordan Pavy 2-4. Records -- Chaffee 10-1.

Oran 9, East Prairie 2

Oran took advantage of nine walks in a home victory.

Blake Carlyle and Adam Schaefer both had two hits and two RBIs for the Eagles, who improved to 7-1. Carlyle had a double, while Alex Heuring also had two RBIs.

Winning pitcher Seth Ressel allowed four hits in going all seven innings. He struck out three and walked one.

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WP -- Seth Ressel, 1-1. LP -- R. Mathi. 3B -- S. King (EP). 2B -- Z. Downing (EP), Carlyle (O). Multiple hits -- Oran: Carlyle 2-2, Schaefer 2-3. Records -- Oran 7-1.

Oak Ridge 14, Meadow Heights 3

Oak Ridge scored eight runs in the first inning on its way to a five-inning win at home.

Winning pitcher Kelby Brown had two his for the Blue Jays (3-4).

Brown struck out six over three innings, yielding one hit and one walk.

Kyle Rohde had a double for Oak Ridge, while Lance Rohde had three RBIs and Hunter Seyer had two.

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WP -- Kelby Brown (1-2). LP -- Daylan Davis. 2B -- Kyle Rohde (OR). Multiple hits -- Oak Ridge: Brown 2-3. Records -- Oak Ridge 3-4.

Woodland 8, Bernie 4

Landon Johnson had three hits, four RBIs and a save to lead Woodland to a win at home.

Dylan Miller also had three hits for the Cardinals (5-2). Johnson and Miller both had a double.

C.J. McAlister yielded three hits and four walks over 3 1/3 innings for the win. Johnson allowed two hits over the final 3 2/3 innings. He struck out two and walked two.


WP -- C.J. McAlister, 1-2. LP -- Trover. 2B -- Trover (B), Landon Johnson (W), Dylan Miller (W). Multiple hits -- Bernie: Trover 2-3. Woodland: Miller 3-4, Johnson 3-3. Records -- Bernie 3-4, Woodland 5-2.

Dexter 19, Scott City 2

Dexter scored 14 runs in the fifth inning to run-rule host Scott City.

The Bearcats had seven of their 12 hits in their outburst. The Rams (3-4) managed just two hits.

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WP -- Potts. LP -- Hunter Cox. 2B -- Miller (D). Multiple hits -- Dexter: Miller 3-4, Overall 2-4. Records -- Scott City 3-4.

Grandview 10, St. Vincent 0

St. Vincent suffered a six-inning road loss.

The Indians (4-3) managed just five hits.

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WP -- Person. LP -- Mark Kutz. 2B -- Zach Rollet (SV), Rustemeyer (G), Johnston (G), Blomenberg (G). Multiple hits -- Grandview: Blomenberg 2-4, Roy 2-4. Records -- St. Vincent 4-3.


Zalma 14, Puxico 0

Trista Clark stole the show as Zalma posted a five-inning romp in its home opener.

Clark pitched a one-hitter, with six strikeouts and four walks. She also tripled, doubled and had three RBIs.

Jenny Ware and Lorie VanGennip added two hits apiece for the Bulldogs (2-6).


WP -- Trista Clark. LP -- Rogers. 3B -- Clark (Z). 2B -- Clark (Z) 2, Emily Davis (Z), Celina Skaggs (Z). Multiple hits -- Zalma: Clark 3-4, Jenny Ware 2-2, Lorie VanGennip 2-2. Records -- Zalma 2-6.

Bernie 15, Woodland 5

Woodland fell at home despite banging out 12 hits.

Valerie Lewis and Josie Long led the Cardinals (3-4) with three hits apiece. Kathlyn Cooper added two hits.


WP -- Baker. LP -- Kathlyn Cooper. 2B -- Ellenburg (B), Ingle (B), Kendra Pinkley (W), Valerie Lewis (W). Multiple hits -- Bernie: Ingle 4-5, Spitzer 3-4, Ellenburg 3-5, Lowery 3-6, Wagner 2-5. Woodland: Lewis 3-3, Josie Long 3-4, Cooper 2-4. Records -- Woodland 3-4.


Central 2, Anna-Jonesboro 1

Central notched its second win of the season by slipping past the visitors from Illinois.

Alyssa Gutwein scored on a penalty kick with about 13 minutes left in the second half to break a 1-1 tie.

Brooke Evans scored in the first half for the Tigers (2-5). Maria Popp got the assist.

-- From staff reports

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