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Scott City softball team sparkles in romp at Jackson
The Scott City softball team could do little wrong Wednesday.
Scott City routed host Jackson 13-0 behind the pitching of Alexis Spriggs and an 11-hit attack.
The Rams also did not commit an error in the game that was stopped after six innings by the 10-run rule.
Scott City improved to 5-7 while Jackson fell to 7-6.
Alexis Spriggs fired a two-hitter and struck out seven. She also went 2 for 4 at the plate, including a double.
Macy Hall went 3 for 3 and had two doubles for the Rams. Lindsey Rendleman added two hits.
Mallory Jones suffered the loss in the circle for Jackson (7-6).
The Rams scored three first-inning runs and never looked back. They added four fourth-inning runs and rounded out the scoring with a six-run sixth inning.
WP -- Alexis Spriggs. LP -- Mallory Jones. 2B -- Macy Hall (SC) 2, Lindsey Rendleman (SC), Alexis Spriggs (SC). Multiple hits -- Scott City: Macy Hall 3-3, Alexis Spriggs 2-4, Lindsey Rendleman 2-4. Records -- Scott City 5-7, Jackson 7-6.
Kelly 4, Perryville 1
Kristi Brucker struck out 10 and pitched a four-hitter while going 2 for 4 at the plate to lead visiting Kelly.
Alexis Dock and Jessica Worth also added to hits apiece for the Hawks (14-1) while Samantha Ratledge belted a triple.
Macey Hall had two hits, including a triple, for Perryville. Kelcie Fahnestock suffered the loss in the circle.
WP -- Kristy Brucker. LP -- Kelcie Fahnestock. 3B -- Samantha Ratledge (K), Macey Hall (P). Multiple hits -- Kelly: Alexis Dock 2-3, Jessica Worth 2-4, Brucker 2-4; Perryville: Hall 2-3. Records -- Kelly 14-1.
St. Vincent 10, Chaffee 9
Casey Unterreiner and Jac Richardet both hit doubles and went 2 for 4 at the plate to lead the host Indians.
Brooke Monier went 3 for 4 while Unterreiner took the win in the circle.
Julia Sutterfield went 3 for 4 to lead Chaffee (6-9). Cierra Crites and Kaitlyn Miller both added two hits. Carleigh Burnett suffered the pitching loss.
WP -- Casey Unterreiner. LP -- Carleigh Burnett. 2B -- Casey Unterreiner (SV), Jac Richardet (SV), Adrienne Eichhorn (C), Julia Sutterfield (C), Kaitlin McFerron (C), Cierra Crites (C). Multiple hits -- St. Vincent: Casey Unterreiner 2-4, Jac Richardet 2-4, Brooke Monier 3-4; Chaffee: Julia Sutterfield 3-4, Cierra Crites 2-4, Kaitlyn Miller 2-4. Records -- Chaffee 6-9.
Central 8, De Soto 0
Matt Chism scored three goals to lead the Tigers (6-3) in the blowout win on the road.
Nick Barnes and Chandler Bagley each scored two goals and Jonah Ruopp added one.
Goalkeepers Austin Bagley and Nathan Mecum each snagged three saves to share the shutout.
Notre Dame 255, Farmington 257, St. Francis Borgia 290
Notre Dame won the 18-hole Farmington Shootout, a unique doubles tournament at Crowne Point Golf Course in Farmington, Mo.
Medalist honors were bestowed upon Paige Gallagher and Sidney Weaver from Farmington.
Notre Dame's Camille Brewer and Maddie Beussink finished atop the ball and scramble division of the tournament, shooting 9-over-par.
Amy Blattel and Morgan Schumer, along with Maris Parker and Ali Janet, finished 15-over-par for Notre Dame and Andrea Younghouse and Taylor Ivey shot a 17-over-par.
John Burroughs 115, Notre Dame 57
The Bulldogs suffered a dual meet loss in suburban St. Louis.
Notre Dame senior Dustin Parsons finished second in the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke with state-qualifying times of 2:05.30 and 58.14, respectively.
200 medley relay -- 2. (Dustin Parsons, Zach Smith, Ben Tlapek, Jackson Voss) 1:49.07 200 individual medley -- 2. Dustin Parsons 2:05.30
100 butterfly -- 3. Zach Smith 59.70
500 freestyle -- 1. Jackson Voss 5:21.59
200 freestyle relay -- 2. (Tyler Hulshof, Corey Pech, Mitchell Heisserer, Ethan Pobst) 1:47.39
100 backstroke -- 2. Dustin Parsons 58.14
100 breaststroke -- 2. Joe Bohr 1:14.65; 3. Ben Tlapek 1:16.65
400 freestyle relay -- 2. (Jackson Voss, Zach Smith, Dustin Parsons, Tyler Hulshof) 2:39.51
Notre Dame 9, Potosi 0
The Bulldogs posted a road shutout.
Emily Young at No. 5 singles and Tatum Dodd at No. 6 singles both recorded 8-0 victories. They combined for an identical score at No. 3 doubles.
No. 1 -- Reagan Kapp (ND) def. Alexandria Coleman 8-3.
No. 2 -- Anna Unterreiner (ND) def. Carli Nixon 8-2.
No. 3 -- Maddie Walker (ND) def. Alexis Knapp 8-1.
No. 4 -- Adele Soutar (ND) def. Hanna Benson 8-1.
No. 5 -- Emily Young (ND) def. Carli Pashia 8-0.
No. 6 -- Tatum Dodd (ND) def. Lillie Stringer 8-0.
No. 1 -- Kapp-Soutar (ND) def. Coleman-Nixon 9-8(5).
No. 2 -- Unterreiner-Walker (ND) def. Knapp-Benson 8-2.
No. 3 -- Young-Dodd (ND) def. Pashia-Stringer 8-0.
JV -- Notre Dame 5, Potosi 0.
-- From staff reports