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Cape Central boys soccer downs Fox with 4-2 victory
Cape Central's soccer team picked up its 19th victory of the season with a 4-2 victory Saturday afternoon over Fox.
The Tigers led 4-0 at halftime and improved their record to 19-3-1.
Bryan Ross scored a goal and added an assist. Aaron Bornstein, Chris Limbaugh and Eric Daume all added goals, while Cody Hill provided an assist.
Central's junior varsity improved to 9-6-1 and beat Fox 4-1 on goals from Andrew Crist, Lee Hodges, Trey Willis and Mark Presser. Crist also had an assist.
COLUMBIA ROCK BRIDGE 0
ST. LOUIS -- Patrick Kohm scored 30 minutes into the game as Jackson blanked Rock Bridge at the Anheuser-Busch Conference & Sports Centre.
Kohm deposited a pass from Stuart Knowlan about 10 minutes before halftime.
Austin McDowell recorded the shutout in goal with a little help from sweeper Matt Litz, who turned away a shot after McDowell was beaten on the play with about 10 minutes left in the game.
"He came up with a big play and saved us," said Jackson coach Zack Walton.
Jackson improved to 11-8.
The Indians' JV team fell 2-1. Scott Lang accounted for the Jackson goal.
OZARK CHRISTIAN ATHLETIC
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Eagle Ridge Christian fell in two sets to Southern Missouri Christian in the championship game of Ozark Christian Athletic Conference Tournament.
Eagle Ridge, the second seed, lost 13-15, 14-16 to top-seeded Southern Missouri, the regular season conference champion. Southern Missouri also defeated Eagle Ridge 15-13, 15-12 earlier in the day in the double-elimination tournament.
Eagle Ridge (11-7) owned a pair of close victories over Emmanual to reach the final. Eagle Ridge began the day with a 12-15, 16-14, 17-16 victory. After a loss to Southern, it defeated Emmanual again 11-15, 15-12, 17-15.
Eagle Ridge players Amber Karnes, Rachel Carbaugh and Ashley Hughes were named to the all-conference team.
CAPE CENTRAL JR. HIGH
Cape Central's eighth-and ninth-grade football teams recorded wins over Jackson.
The Tigers' eighth-grade team won 15-0 as Kingsley Ehie rushed for 182 yards, including touchdown runs of 75 and 85 yards.
The Tigers' ninth-graders won 31-8 behind two more big individual performances. Central's Brandan Twiggs ran for a 95-yard touchdown and finished the game with 182 yards rushing. He also returned an interception 90 yards for a touchdown. Gabe Edwards hauled in two touchdown passes -- 15 and 30 yards -- and returned a kickoff 60 yards for a third touchdown.
-- From staff reports