High school roundup: Perryville volleyball squad captures conference title

Friday, September 21, 2012
Central’s Mashanda Reed slides safely into second base ahead of the throw to Poplar Bluff shortstop Courtney Raulston during the Tigers’ 6-1 loss Thursday at Central High School. No further results were available. (ADAM VOGLER)

Editor's note: This story has been edited to show that Woodland defeated Meadow Heights in volleyball

The Perryville volleyball team claimed its second consecutive Jefferson County Conference championship with a 25-13, 25-13 road sweep of Hillsboro on Thursday night.

The Pirates improved to 15-2 overall and 4-0 in conference play.

Kaylie Hadler led Perryville with five kills. Libbi Schnurbusch recorded 13 service points, while Ashley Bachmann had 12 assists.

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Advance senior Haley Kennison had three kills and five aces to help the Hornets to a sweep at Oak Ridge.

Aimie Simmers had six kills, Jacqueline Maddox had four digs and Allie Below had four aces for Advance (14-2).

JV -- Advance won 25-13, 25-10.

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Caitlyn Cook had 10 kills as Meadow Heights dropped a three-game match on he road.

Morgan Politte added nine kills for the Panthers (2-13-2). Emma Cook had five kills, while Kelsey Kennedy had four aces and 11 assists.

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Sydney Eeftink had 10 kills, six assists and six digs to help Leopold sweep the best-of-five match.

Caitlyn Petty added 10 kills, four assists and two digs. Denai Arnzen also contributed with six kills, two assists and six digs for the Wildcats (12-3-1).

SOFTBALL

Scott City 1, Delta 0

Bella Bowers singled with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning to score the game's only run as the Rams won at home.

Macy Hall had reached on an error and advanced to third with a pair of wild pitches.

Alexis Spriggs was the winning pitcher, allowing four hits over seven innings. She struck out 11 and did not walk a batter.

Ciara Coomer took the loss for Delta. She allowed four hits, struck out two and did not walk a batter.

Rachel Birkman had a double for Delta, while Valerie Bahr had a double for Scott City.

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WP -- Alexis Spriggs. LP -- Ciara Coomer. 2B -- Rachel Birkman (D), Valerie Bahr (SC). Records -- Scott City 6-8.

Van Buren 2, Chaffee 1

Cierra Crites prevented a perfect game and shutout, but the Chaffee sophomore could not prevent a road loss.

Crites blasted a one-out home run in the top of the fifth inning to spoil an otherwise perfect game for Van Buren's Gabriella Cipponeri, who struck out 11 and did not walk a batter.

Crites' home run gave the Red Devils (6-10) a 1-0 lead, but Van Buren scored both its runs in the bottom of the inning on three hits.

Losing pitcher Hailey Enderle allowed six hits, walked four and did not record a strikeout.

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WP -- Gabriella Cipponeri. LP -- Hailey Enderle. HR -- Cierra Crites (C). 2B -- Hager (VB), Cipponeri (VB). Multiple hits -- VanBuren: Hager 2-4. Records -- Chfaffee 6-10.

Boys Soccer

Notre Dame 3, Lafayette 2

Luke Mocherman scored two goals in regulation and netted another in a shootout as the Bulldogs won at home.

Thomas Himmelberg snagged 12 saves. He also made a save in the shootout to help the Bulldogs improve to 7-2.

Perryville 8, Festus 0

Alex Thieret netted three goals and Michael Volansky had two goals as the Pirates advanced to the championship game of the Hillsboro tournament.

Austin Roth and Nate Kinnison also scored for the Pirates (7-2).

Goalkeeper Luke Dobbelare had four saves in the shutout.

BOYS SWIMMING

Notre Dame 140, Jackson 101, John F. Kennedy 62

Notre Dame won the three-team meet at the Southeast Missouri State University Aquatic Center.

Notre Dame senior Dustin Parsons finished first in the 100 butterfly and 200 freestyle relay.

Jackson sophomore Joey Janisse finished first in the 200 medley relay, 200 freestyle and the 200IM.

Results

200 medley relay -- 1. Jackson 1:53.82 (Joey Janisse, Austin Hobbs, Kristian Troxel, Christian Russell); 2. Notre Dame 1:57.94 (Tyler Hulshof, Ethan Pobst, Mitchell Heisserer, Ben Tlapek)

100 butterfly -- 1. Dustin Parsons (ND) 55.19; 2. Hobbs (J) 1:03.39; 3. Hulshof (ND) 1:15.45

200 freestyle -- 1. (J) 1:39.71 (Hobbs, Janisse, Sam Lowes, Troxel); 2. (ND) 1:39.99

500 freestyle -- 1. Hulshof (ND) 5:58.80; 2. Joe Matthews (ND) 6:48.13

200 freestyle relay -- 2. Parsons (ND) 1:55.68, 2. Hobbs (J) 2:06.19, 3. Corey Pech (ND) 2:22.51

200IM -- 1. Janisse (J) 2:11.51; 2. Pobst (ND) 1:04.83; 3. Heisserer (ND) 1:08.75

50 freestyle -- 1. Troxel (J), 23.60; 3. Hulshof (ND) 25.64

100 backstroke -- 1. Troxel (J) 23.60; 2. Pobst (ND) 1:14.83; 3. Heisserer (ND) 1:08.75

100 breaststroke -- 1. Joe Bohr (ND) 1:11.82; 2. Tlapek (ND) 1:14.71

400 freestyle relay -- 1. Notre Dame 3:52.02 (Parsons, Zach Smith, Pobst, Caleb Heisserer Jr.)

-- From staff reports

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