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High school roundup: Valle Catholic dumps Notre Dame baseball team 3-1
The Valle Catholic baseball team pushed across two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to knock off Notre Dame 3-1 on Wednesday.
Only one of the runs in the sixth inning was earned.
Justin Landewee struck out three and allowed two earned runs over six innings to suffer the loss.
Kyle Campbell tripled and Jonathan Lynch went 2-3 for Notre Dame (18-4).
WP -- Rollhaus. LP -- Justin Landewee. 3B -- Kyle Campbell (ND), Vessell (VC). Multiple hits -- Notre Dame: Jonathan Lynch 2-3; Valle Catholic: Wood 2-3, Vessell 2-3. Records -- Notre Dame 18-4.
Central 11, Charleston 1
Vance Toole knocked in three runs and Christian Cavaness plated two in the Tigers' five-inning road win.
Ryan Siebert went 3 for 4, including a double.
Aaron Wendel earned the win by striking out three and walking two over the first three innings. Ethan Dambach finished by striking out two and walking three over the last two innings.
The Tigers finished the regular season 8-14 and winners of their last four.
WP -- Aaron Wendel. LP -- Casey Tatum. 2B -- Ryan Siebert (Cent), Ramsey Scott (Cent). Multiple hits -- Central: Siebert 3-4, Christian Cavaness 2-2. Records -- Central 8-14.
Jackson 7, Hillsboro 3
Freddie Hattenhauer struck out three and walked five over six innings to earn the victory.
Chris Hartle struck out three to earn the save.
Cody Harris knocked in two runs, while Clay Baker and Alex Bolen both scored twice for the Indians in their regular-season finale.
WP -- Freddie Hattenhauer. 2B -- Laban Petzoldt (J), Kyle James (J). Multiple hits -- Jackson: Clay Baker 2-4, Alex Bolen 2-3, Petzoldt 2-4.
Advance 9, Scott County Central 4
Ethan Barr struck out 14 and only allowed one hit in the Hornets' home win.
Barr allowed four unearned runs in the third inning. He walked two and hit three.
Jacob Spears provided three RBIs in Advance's regular-season finale.
WP -- Ethan Barr. 3B -- Trey Wallace (A). Multiple hits -- Advance: Levi Davis 2-3, Wallace 2-3, Jacob Spears 2-4. Records -- Advance 6-15.
Saxony Lutheran 6, Century, Ill. 2
Ethan Mirly struck out four and walked three in a complete-game effort for the Crusaders.
Jon Winkler collected three hits for Saxony Lutheran, which concluded its regular season 15-8.
WP -- Ethan Mirly. LP -- A. Jones. HR -- Jackson (C). 2B -- Tyler Koenig (SL), Clayton Fritsche (SL). Multiple hits -- Saxony Lutheran: Jon Winkler 3-4, Koenig 2-4; Century: Jackson 2-4, Crane 2-3. Records -- Saxony Lutheran 15-8.
Saxony Lutheran 2, Perryville 1
Nicole Hemmann scored both goals to lead the Crusaders to victory on the road.
Abby Hadler and Maci Daniel both finished with one assist in the win.
St. Vincent shot a 335 to win the Jefferson County Conference tournament at Ste. Genevieve Country Club.
Sean Martin finished second with an 8-over-par 80 to lead the Indians.
Levi Gotto finished third with an 81.
Kelly Welker was seventh with an 86, while Tim Schumer and Zach Heberlie both carded 88s.
All the St. Vincent golfers earned all-conference honors.
Perryville was fifth with a 366. Brett Schnurbusch, Caleb Streiler and Scott Sanders all shot 88s to grab all-conference honors for the Pirates.
Garrett Zoellner rounded out Perryville's scoring with a 102.
-- From staff reports