ND softball team still unblemished

Thursday, September 13, 2001

Notre Dame High stayed perfect on the season with a convincing 9-2 home victory over Park Hills.

Ramona Blankenship no-hit Park Hills for four innings before being lifted for Lindsey Reinagel.

Blankenship allowed one unearned run and walked one while striking out four.

Reinagel went three innings and allowed one run on five hits. She struck out three and walked none.

Stacy Schwartz had two doubles and two runs batted in for Notre Dame (11-0). Mika Williamson and Sara Berkbigler had two hits apiece.

JACKSON 6, TWIN RIVERS 0

TWIN RIVERS, Mo. -- Heather Tuschhoff struck out six and allowed only five hits as Jackson improved to 4-9.

Sam Thurman went 4-for-4 with four runs batted in, while Natalie Profilet went 2-for-2.

ST. VINCENT 21 CRYSTAL CITY 17

PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- St. Vincent found itself in a 10-0 hole after the first inning, but came roaring back.

The Lady Indians, after a seven-run second inning, scored 14 runs in the bottom of the sixth to take a 21-12 lead and Crystal City scored five in the top of the seventh.

St. Vincent had 19 hits overall.

"Neither team gave up," St. Vincent coach John Lambert said.

Hoeh, Amanda Carron, Jean Brown and Hager all had three hits apiece for St. Vincent (3-6). Carron had four runs batted in.

Julie Hager was the winning pitcher.

VOLLEYBALL

NOTRE DAME 15-15

SIKESTON 2-11

Notre Dame girls volleyball team continued to roll with a straight-set win over Sikeston at Notre Dame High School.

The Lady Bulldogs improved to 10-1-1.

Jennifer VanGennip, Courtney Vickery and Erin Pfau led the Notre Dame spikers with eight, five and four kills, respectively.

Emily Worley hustled for 12 digs, while Ali Tyson had a match-high 23 assists.

Sophomore Summer McCauley chipped in with three service aces.

Notre Dame's JV team spanked Sikeston 15-1, 15-4.

TENNIS

CHAFFEE 5 CARUTHERSVILLE 2

CHAFFEE, Mo. -- The Lady Red Devils (4-1) picked up their first victory of the year.

"We needed it," said Chaffee coach Amanda Horrell. "We needed to get one under our belts. Everybody played well and I was really pleased with our doubles. We've been improving every match and it's nice to see that paying off."

Singles

1. Kate Pfefferkorn (C) def. Tracy Stewart 8-2

2. Leslie Ericson (CA) def. Kelly Meyr 8-4

3. Nicole Poe (CH) def. Courtney Taylor 8-2

4. Brittney Bennett (CH) def. Anna Lansdale 8-2

5. Genny Dorrah (CA) def. Shannon Hanson 8-5

Doubles

1. Pfefferkorn/Meyr def. Stuart/Taylor 8-0

2. Poe/Bennett def. Ericson/Lansdale 8-2

-- From staff reports

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