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Notre Dame kicks aside Poplar Bluff, wins 2-0
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Timmy Wencewicz and Adam Prasanphanich both scored second-half goals as Notre Dame blanked Poplar Bluff 2-0 Tuesday in high school soccer action.
Wencewicz scored two minutes into the second half off a pass from Tyler Cuba to break a scoreless deadlock. Prasanphanich struck eight minutes later.
Travis Siebert recorded the shutout in goal for Notre Dame (4-1-1).
"We played solid defensively," said Notre Dame coach Brad Wittenborn. "We didn't give up many shots in the first half."
Notre Dame's JV won 2-0 behind goals by Josh Essner and Dee Goodin.
CAPE CENTRAL 4, SIKESTON 0
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Jon Mark Thompson scored two goals as the Tigers blanked the Bulldogs.
Cody Hill scored Central's first goal on an unassisted strike at the 23-minute mark. Thompson added a penalty kick three minutes before halftime. Two minutes into the second half, Thompson scored on an assist from Calen Wells.
Heath Orr added the final goal on an assist from Nathan Foley.
"We were up 2-0 at halftime," said Central coach Tom Doyle. "But I didn't think we played real well in the first half. In the second half, we played better and had a lot better ball control."
POPLAR BLUFF 9, JACKSON 4
JACKSON, Mo. -- Poplar Bluff scored all its runs in the top of the first inning as it handed Jackson a five-run loss.
Lady Indian starter Casey Hobeck lasted just 2/3 of an inning, but gave up just one hit and two walks.
Jackson (3-9) came back with a run in the fourth and three runs in the seventh, but it was a case of too little, too late.
"After we got out of the first inning we played awesome," said Jackson coach Julie Rushing.
ORAN 15-15, CHAFFEE 3-10
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Oran got 13 kills from Maria Eftink as the Lady Eagles rolled past Chaffee.
Candice Duncan added 11 assists for Oran, while Ashley Dirnberger had 14 points, including four aces.
Oran improved to 6-4-1.
MEADOW HEIGHTS 12-15-15
LEOPOLD, Mo. -- It took the Lady Panthers three sets to pull off a win in a battle of Bollinger County rivals.
Meadow Heights coach Erin Hoffman thought her team may have been a little too confident going into the match.
"After the season we had last year, we think we're unbeatable," said Hoffman, referring to the Lady Panthers' 32-3 campaign last year. "We were too cocky. We walked in there thinking it would be easy and it wasn't. That loss woke them up a little bit."
Holly Boyd had 12 kills and six kill blocks for the Lady Panthers (9-1), while Ashley Brune had eight kills and five kill blocks.
For Leopold (6-2-1), Holly Jansen had 10 kills, Courtney Wesbecher had seven and Kyla Horrell had six. Wendy Vandeven posted 17 assists.
Leopold's junior varsity claimed a 11-15, 15-3, 15-4 victory.
JACKSON 8, CAPE CENTRAL 1
JACKSON, Mo. -- Jackson dropped just one singles match as it rolled past Cape Central.
Jackson's varsity improved to 8-1 on the season, while Cape Central fell to 1-4.
Central JV won 13-3 over Jackson
1. Nicole Poythress (J) def. Lauren Shulser, 8-1
2. Katie Domian (J) def. Alison Campbell, 8-3
3. Kelly Mitchell (J) def. Megan Ladd, 8-1
4. Carly Vogelsang (J) def. Allie McGinty, 8-6
5. Katie Maginel (C) def. Sarah Owen, 8-6
6. Kari Miinch (J) def. Sara Burns, 9-8
1. Poythress/Domian (J) def. Shulser/McGinty, 8-2
2. Mitchell/Vogelsang (J) def. Ladd/Maginel, 8-0
3. Owen/Everett (J) def. Carrie Eller/Erika Foley, 8-5
Cape Central JV winners: (singles) Foley, Lauren Parrent, Liz LaFoe, Merritt Gerlach, Michaelyn Burns, Brett Ford, Lacey Landgraf, Kelly Zinn, Erin Hildebrand; (doubles) Campbell/Sara Burns, Sonia Tikoo/Gerlach, M. Burns/Ford, Lauren Thompson/Meg Yates
Jackson JV winners: (singles) Lauren Everett, Kali Niswonger; (doubles) Mandy Burlbaugh-Ashley Seabaugh
FREDERICKTOWN 7, CHAFFEE 2
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Nicole Poe and Brittney Bennett of Chaffee both recorded victories, but the Lady Red Devils suffered a loss.
1. Morgan Kemp (F) def. Kate Pfefferkorn, 8-0
2. Elizabeth Holbrook (F) def. Callie Meyr, 8-5
3. Nicole Poe (C) def. Julie Cooper 8-2
4. Brittney Bennett (C) def. Jessie Cooper 8-2
5. Amy Owens (F) def. Shannon Hampton 8-0
1. Kemp/Holbrook def. Pfefferkorn/Meyr 8-3
2. Cooper/Cooper def. Poe/Bennett 8-6
JR. HIGH FOOTBALL Cape 9th 49, Farmington 6
FARMINGTON, MO. -- CENTRAL ERUPTED TO A 42-0 LEAD BY HALFTIME AND COASTED TO VICTORY.
MIKELL ABRAHAM HAD TWO TOUCHDOWNS. BRANDON TWIGGS HAD A TOUCHDOWN AND A TWO-POINT CONVERSTION.
MARCUS RICE, CORY MAIN, ZENO WALKER AND GABE EDWARDS ALL SCORED TOUCHDOWNS. TYLER GRIFFIN KICKED FIVE EXTRA POINTS.
CENTRAL'S FRESHMEN HAVE OUTSCORED THEIR OPPONENTS 83-20 IN THEIR FIRST TWO GAMES.
-- FROM STAFF REPORTS