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High school roundup: Host ND wins pair at SoftballFest

Friday, August 31, 2012

Notre Dame won a pair of games as the Notre Dame SoftballFest began Thursday with pool play.

The Bulldogs defeated Chaffee 10-2, then blanked Portageville 7-0.

Nikki Peters posted the victory in the first game, allowing four hits.

Liz Kight and Shelby Schaefer had doubles for the Bulldogs. Kight and Maria Layton both finished with two hits.

Alexis Burnette recorded the win in the second game. Brandi Glastetter had three hits, which included a triple. Kayce Landewee also had a triple for the Bulldogs, who improved to 5-1.

Kelly also notched a pair of wins.

The Hawks (5-0) defeated Scott City 6-3, then outscored Sikeston 5-2.

Jessica Worth went 3 for 4 with a triple and two RBIs in the win against Scott City.

Kristi Brucker went 3 for 3, while Alexis Dock was the winner on the mound.

Samantha Ratledge connected for a home run in the first inning against Sikeston, while Brucker pitched five innings to earn the win.

In other pool play action, Scott City edged Sikeston 4-3, and Chaffee scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to beat Portageville 6-5.

Notre Dame will play Kelly Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Notre Dame.

Chaffee will take on Scott City at 9 a.m. Saturday at Kelso.

Notre Dame 10, Chaffee 2

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WP -- Nikki Peters, 2-1. LP -- Enderle. 2B -- Crites (C), Liz Kight (ND), Shelby Schaefer (ND). Multiple hits -- Notre Dame: Kight 2-4, Maria Layton 2-4. Records -- Notre Dame 4-1.

Notre Dame 7, Portageville 0

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WP -- Alexis Burnette, 3-0. LP -- Hawkin. 3B -- Brandi Glastetter (ND), Kayce Landewee (ND). Multiple hits -- Notre Dame: Glastetter 3-4,. Records -- Notre Dame 5-1.

Kelly 6, Scott City 3

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WP -- Alexis Dock, 2-0. LP -- Becky Burger. 3B -- Jessica Worth. 2B -- Lindsey Rendleman. Multiple hits -- Kelly: Worth 3-4, Dock 2-4, Kristi Brucker 3-3; Scott City: Julie Holder 2-3. Records -- Kelly 4-0.

Kelly 5, Sikeston 2

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WP -- Kristi Brucker, 3-0. LP -- Sailors. HR -- Samantha Ratledge (K). 3B -- Sarah Dickson (S). Multiple hits -- Kelly: Jessica Worth 2-3; Sikeston: James 2-3. Records -- Kelly 5-0.

St. Vincent 6, Hillsboro 4

Kayla Winkler went 2 for 3 with a double, while Abby Ruessler added a double and a single in the Indians' (3-6) home win.

Taylor Kirn connected for a triple in the win, while Brooke Monier had three hits and Nicole Pruett added two.

Casey Unterreiner was the winner on the mound, allowing three earned runs and striking out three.

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WP -- Casey Unterreiner, 3-5. LP -- Sherrill. 3B -- Taylor Kirn (SV), Petterson (H). 2B -- Kayla Winkler (SV), Abby Ruessler (SV), Evans (H), Roeder (H). Multiple hits -- St. Vincent: Winkler 2-3, Ruessler 2-4, Brooke Monier 3-3, Nicole Pruett 2-2; Hillsboro - McKeerer 2-4. Records -- St. Vincent 3-6.

Windsor 11, Perryville 5

Macey Hall went 2 for 3 with a triple in the Pirates' (2-7) home loss.

Emma Nelson went 2 for 4 with a double, while Aleshia Reiss went 3 for 4 with a double.

Kelcie Fahnestock went 2 for 4 and took the loss, giving up three earned runs.

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WP -- Kelcie Fahnestock, 0-5. LP -- Gmereck. 3B -- Macey Hall (P). 2B -- Emma Nelson (P), Aleshia Reiss (P). Multiple hits -- Perryville: Hall 2-3, Nelson 2-4, Reiss 3-4, Fahnestock 2-4; Windsor: Harris 2-5, Schnutlzer 4-5, Gmereck 3-5, Miller 2-3. Records -- Perryville 2-7.

VOLLEYBALL

Notre Dame 25 25 Farmington 14 10

The host Bulldogs won their season opener in two games.

Sarah Lawrence had seven kills, seven digs and three blocks, while Miranda Fowler added seven kills,

Myriah Bernard had six kills and three blocks, and Taylor Ward had 20 assists.

Kelsey Lester added five kills.

Notre Dame will play today at 4:15 against Perryivlle in the Notre Dame Volleyballfest.

Woodland tournament

Oak Ridge won five out of six games in pool play.

Oak Ridge defeated Meadow Heights 25-18, 25-20, and Bell City 25-13, 25-18.

The Blue Jays split with Zalma, losing the first game 22-25, and then winning 25-24.

Bell City won three games, sweeping Zalma 25-22, 25-16, and splitting with Meadow Heights 25-15, 9-25.

Zalma and Meadow Heights also split in pool play, 25-20, 15-25.

Bracket play begins today, with Advance taking on Zalma and Saxony Lutheran versus Bell City at 4 p.m.

Leopold will play Meadow Heights and Woodland will face Oak Ridge at 5 p.m.

The semifinals will begin at 6 p.m., with the third place and championship matches to follow.

Results

Bell City 25 9, Meadow Heights 15 25

Oak Ridge 22 25, Zalma 25 24

Bell City 25 25, Zalma 22 16

Oak Ridge 25 25, Meadow Heights 18 20

Zalma 25 15, Meadow Heights 20 25

Oak Ridge 25 25, Bell City 13 18

BOYS SOCCER

Notre Dame Soccerfest

Central defeated Marion, Ill., 2-1 in overtime in the first round of the Notre Dame SoccerFest, and the host Bulldogs won 1-0 over Perryville in penalty kicks.

Matthew Parsons, Luke Mocherman and Logan Buchheit netted PK's for the Bulldogs, while Thomas Himmelberg was in goal for the shutout with three saves in the penalty kicks.

Jackson also won, defeating Sikeston 1-0, and Poplar Bluff blanked Carbondale, Ill., 2-0.

Jackson will face Poplar Bluff in the semifinals at 5:30 p.m. today, and Central will take on Notre Dame in the other semifinal at 7:30 p.m.

Eagle Ridge 6, Twin City Christian 0

Eagle Ridge got the shutout on the road

Aaron Margrabe netted four goals, while Michael Perez had one goal and one assist. Joshua Feredrich added an assist.

Caleb Cerney made five saves for the Eagles (1-2).

GIRLS GOLF

Notre Dame 176, Carbondale 204, Marion 214

Morgan Schumer shared medalist honors with Carbondale's Maggie Bryant, shooting a 43 in the Bulldogs' win at Hickory Ridge Golf Course in Carbondale, Ill.

Notre Dame -- Morgan Schumer 43, Amy Blattel 44, Mattie Beussink 44, Camille Brewer 45

GIRLS TENNIS

Notre Dame 9, Charleston 0

Notre Dame won all nine matches by shutout as the Bulldogs romped on the road.

Singles

1 -- Carly Hopkins def. Daisy Gillespie 8-0.

2 -- Reagan Kapp def. Catherine Small 8-0.

3 -- Anna Unterreiner def. Gabrielle Brewer 8-0.

4 -- Maddie Walker def. Sammie Risius 8-0.

5 -- Emily Young def. Alexia Jones 8-0.

6 -- Adele Soutar def. Madelyn Nally 8-0.

Doubles

1 -- Hopkins-Kapp def. Gillespie-Small 8-0.

2 -- Unterreiner-Caroline Burke def. Brewer-Jones 8-0.

3 -- Walker-Young def. Risius-Nally 8-0.

JV -- Notre Dame 4, Charleston 0

BOYS SWIMMING

MICDS 120, Central 52

The Tigers lost in a home dual meet.

Central's 200 freestyle relay of Sam Rhodes, John Young, Pablo Jaramillo and Christian Retter placed first with a time of 1 minute, 43.50 seconds.

Results

200 medley relay -- 2. Central (Colin Keele, Pablo Jaramillo, John Young, Sam Rhodes) 2:07.31

200 freestyle -- 3. Christian Retter (C) 2:19.01

200 individual medley -- 3. Keele (C) 2:39.06

50 freestyle -- 2. Jaramillo (C) 25.60

100 butterfly -- 3. Young (C) 1:13.10

100 freestyle -- 3. S. Rhodes (C) 58.00

500 freestyle -- 3. Retter (C) 6:45.16

200 freestyle relay -- 1. Central (S. Rhodes, Young, Jaramillo, Retter) 1:43.50

100 backstroke -- 3. S. Rhodes (C) 1:17.00

100 breaststroke -- 2. Jaramillo (C) 1:17.24

400 freestyle relay -- 3. Central (Keele, Retter, Lawson Berry, Zach Rhodes) 4:40.40

-- From staff reports


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