Tiger soccer rips Farmington 11-1
Tuesday, October 2, 2001
Cape Girardeau Central High School's boys soccer team picked up its sixth straight victory Monday -- but fell just short of a sixth consecutive shutout -- as the Tigers destroyed visiting Farmington 11-1.
The Tigers, who raised their record to 14-3-1, received a three-goal hat trick from Whit Lynn and two goals from Jon Mark Thompson. Josh Fee, Heath Orr, Chris Limbaugh, Aaron Meystedt, Clint Hoffman and Arthur Pilsner all added single goals.
Thompson, Calen Wills and Aaron Bornstein all had two assists while Lynn, Hoffman, Pilsner and Cody Hill contributed one each.
In the JV game, Central (4-4-2) romped 10-0. Trey Wills scored two goals while Luke Kester, Lee Hodges, Dean Richardson, Mark Walter, Seth Gerlach, Jackson Bahn, Jeff Beard and Aaron Shupert all added one. Luke Proffer recorded the shutout.
NOTRE DAME 10, FARMINGTON 7
FARMINGTON, Mo. -- The Lady Bulldogs picked up their 21st victory of the season as they held off Farmington.
Notre Dame (21-3) led just 5-4 before opening up some breathing room with a five-run sixth inning.
Lindsay Reinagel was the winning pitcher, in relief. In three innings, she allowed two runs (one earned) and three hits, with four strikeouts and one walk.
Starter Ramona Blankenship gave up seven hits and five runs in four innings. She fanned five and walked one.
Mika Williamson had three of the Lady Bulldogs' 12 hits. Stacy Schwartz and Stacey Seyer added two hits apiece.
The Lady Bulldogs will close out the regular season today by hosting St. Pius.
JACKSON 2, KELLY 1
JACKSON, Mo. -- Jackson (10-14) prevailed against Kelly (16-5) in an impressive pitcher's duel.
Ashley Snell hurled a two-hitter for the win. She fanned five, walked one and the only run she allowed was unearned.
Tough-luck loser Bridgett Riley fired a three-hitter, with three strikeouts and two walks.
The Lady Indians scored both their runs in the first inning. Jeanna Bolen singled, went to second on an error and came home on Casey Hobeck's double. Hobeck later scored on a wild pitch.
Kelly got its lone run in the fourth inning.
ESSEX, Mo. -- Top-seeded Bell City rolled past No. 8 Puxico 15-3, 15-3 as the Stoddard County Tournament got under way at Richland High School.
The Lady Cubs (13-5-1) got six kills from Katie Spears and five from Katie Niemcyk. Whitney Abner recorded 10 service points and 13 assists, Katie Goodman had nine service points and Amanda Bailey added five digs.
In another first-round match, No. 4 Dexter slipped past No. 5 Advance 15-4, 13-15, 15-9.
Advance (7-12-1) got nine kills from Dana Williams in her return from an ankle injury that had forced her to miss several weeks of action. Abby Winchester had 10 digs and 12 assists, Leslie Rainey contributed 12 assists and two service aces and Nicole Tropf added four blocks and two aces.
Bell City and Dexter will meet in Thursday's semifinals.
In JV action, No. 6 Advance upset No. 3 Puxico 15-9, 4-15, 16-14.
MEADOW HEIGHTS 15-15
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Meadow Heights (18-3) eased past Perryville (7-10-1) in two games.
Holly Boyd led Meadow Heights with nine kills, six kill-blocks and five digs. Hanna James added five kills and three kill-blocks and Jami Fulton had 19 assists and five digs.
Rachel Wunderlich paced Perryville with six kills and eight digs. Katie Kutz had seven blocks, six digs, two kills and five service points while Lisa Pecaut added five service points and 13 assists.
Perryville won the JV match 15-4, 15-5.
CAPE CENTRAL 0-5
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Central ended its regular season by splitting a pair of dual matches with Sikeston.
The Lady Tigers (4-8) were blanked in the regularly-scheduled contest but bounced back to edge the Lady Bulldogs in the completion of a match that had been halted by rain Sept. 18 in Cape Girardeau.
With darkness moving in fast, Central's Allison Campbell defeated Lindsay Leible 6-5 at No. 2 singles to end the suspended match and lift the Lady Tigers to victory.
Central will compete in the Class 4A, District 1 Tournament Wednesday at Southeast Missouri State University.
Central's JV completed a perfect season (11-0) with 15-0 and 8-0 victories.
Sikeston 9, Central 0
Elizabeth Killian def. Lauren Sulser 6-0
Lindsay Leible def. Allison Campbell 6-0
Heather Hester def. Megan Ladd 7-5
Valerie Hamman def. Allie McGinty 6-2
Erin Shelton def. Katie Maginel 7-6
Kellee Manley def. Carrie Eller 6-4
Killian-Leible def. Sulser-Campbell 6-4
Hester-Shelton def. Ladd-Sara Burns 6-2
Hamman-Manley def. McGinty-Erika Foley 7-5
Central JV winners: (singles) S. Burns, Foley, Liz LaFoe, Erin Hildebrand, Michaelyn Burns, Sonja Tikoo, Brett Ford, Merritt Gerlach, Kelly Zinn, Lacey Landgraf; (doubles) Maginel-Eller, LaFoe-Lauren Parrent, M. Burns-Ford, Tikoo-Gerlach, Meg Yates-Loren Thompson
Central 5, Sikeston 4
Killian (S) def. Sulser 6-1
Campbell (C) def. Leible 6-5
Hester (S) def. Ladd 6-1
Hamman (S) def. McGinty 6-2
Shelton (S) def. S. Burns 6-1
Foley (C) def. Rachel Colwick 6-3
Sulser-S. Burns (C) def. Killian-Leible 6-2
Cambell-McGinty (C) def. Hester-Shelton 7-5
Ladd-Foley (C) def. Hamman-Manley 6-0
Central JV winners: (singles) Foley, LaFoe, Ford; (doubles) Eller-Maginel, LaFoe-Parrent, Tikoo-Gerlach, M. Burns-Ford, Thompson-Yates
--From staff reports