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High shool roundup: Coomer throws three-inning perfect game for Delta
Ciara Coomer pitched a three-inning perfect game as Delta won 15-0 at home Thursday in high school softball action.
Coomer, a sophomore, struck out six in improving to 2-6.
Machela VanGennip had a triple and a double for Delta (2-6). Jenna Henson also had a double for the Bobcats.
WP -- Ciara Coomer, 2-6. LP -- Rogers. 3B -- Machela VanGennip (D). 2B -- Vangennip (D), Jenna Henson (D). Multiple hits -- Team: Delta 2-2. Records -- Delta 2-6.
Oran 5, Chaffee 3
Tatum May had two hits, including a double, in the Eagles' road victory.
Chrissy Sauceda had a triple, while Taylor Nenninger added a double for Oran (4-2).
Anna Jones was the winning pitcher in relief of May.
Adrienne Eichhorn and Jessie Evans both had a double for Chaffee (3-4). Eichhorn finished with two hits.
WP -- Anna Jones. LP -- Kaitlin McFerron. 3B -- Chrissy Sauceda (O). 2B -- Tatum May (O), Taylor Nenninger (O), Adrienne Eichhorn (C), Jessie Evans (C). Multiple hits -- Oran: May 2-3. Chaffee: Eichhorn 2-4. Records -- Oran 4-2, Chaffee 3-4.
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Perryville improved to 6-1 with a home sweep.
Kaylie Hadler led the Pirates with six kills while Alex Spears had five. Kristen Triller served three aces.
JV -- Perryville won 25-22, 25-8
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Jessica Maddox had four digs and Sierra Bradshaw recorded three blocks as Bell City (2-3-1) was swept in a best-of-five road match.
GIRLS TENNIS Jackson 9, Charleston 0
Jackson dropped only one game in its road sweep.
The Indians improved to 8-0 in duals.
1. -- Jenny Powell def. Dazique Gillespie 8-0
2. -- Jackie McNally def. Gabrielle Brewer 8-1
3. -- Montana Adams def. Samantha Risius 8-0
4. -- Katelyn Kuppart def. Alexia Jones 8-0
5. -- Lucy Kunz def. Savannah Wilkerson 8-0
6. -- Laina Marble def. Janiquia Kemp 8-0
1. -- Powell-Adams def. Gillespie Kemp 8-0
2. -- Kuppart-Marble. def. Brewer-Jones 8-0
3. -- Kunz-McNally def. Risius-Wilkerson 8-0
BASEBALL Leopold 8, Bernie 2
Leopold, playing its fall baseball opener, was leading host Bernie 8-2 entering the bottom of the fifth inning when the game was stopped due to lightning.
D.J. Keim was 3 for 3, while Austin Bucher went 3 for 4 and pitched for the Wildcats.
-- From staff reports