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Notre Dame baseball claims 4-2 victory over Perryville
Scott Wittenborn belted a two-run home run to help Notre Dame to a 4-2 home victory over Perryville in baseball action Wednesday.
Wittenborn provided the game's first runs when he blasted a two-out pitch from Mark Scholl in the second inning after Kyle Diveley had walked.
Perryville scored twice in the fifth to tie the game, but lost the go-ahead run at the plate on a controversial call when the umpire ruled the Pirate baserunner did not slide on the play.
Notre Dame then went ahead with two runs in the sixth to make a winner out of reliever Jeff Brosey.
CBC 7, Central 6
The tough-luck Central Tigers lost another one-run game, its fifth of the season.
Central wasted a strong first varsity start by sophomore Jake Welch (0-1) with four miscues in the field.
Once again, a late-inning comeback attempt fell short as the Tigers (3-6) scored three in the sixth to narrow the final margin to one run. Central's six losses are by a total of eight runs.
Seth Hudson and Mitch Craft stroked two hits apiece to lead the Tiger offense.
Woodland 11, Leopold 0
LEOPOLD, Mo. -- Home runs by Kyle Long triggered two big innings to lead Woodland (4-2) past Leopold (0-3).
Long hit a two-run homer in a four-run first inning and his grand slam was the big blow in the final inning, a seven-run fifth.
Freshman Anthony Grojean (2-0) tossed a three-hit shutout.
Advance 15, Delta 1
ADVANCE, Mo. -- Eric O'Hare stopped Delta on one hit and one unearned run in a five-inning win.
Justin Gibson led the Advance (2-2) offense with two hits.
Bell City 26 Scott County Central 3
MORLEY, Mo. -- Bell City (2-3) sent an early message with 10 runs in its first at-bat and never let up.
Dominitrix Johnson led Bell City's 18-hit offense with four hits and four RBIs. Jason Rampley and Zak McIntyre banged three hits each.
Jackson 158, Sikeston 161, Notre Dame 165
JACKSON, Mo. -- Jackson won its second triangular meet in two days, defeating Sikeston and Notre Dame at Kimbeland Country Club.
Kyle Perry led Jackson (6-1) with a 2-over-par 37. Tim Buerck paced Notre Dame with a 36.
E.C. Atchison of Sikeston was medalist with a 35.
Dexter 155, Central 157
The Tigers lost to Poplar Bluff by only three strokes on Tuesday.
Ty Gramling and Tyson Seabaugh led Central with two-over-par 37's, while Dexter's Matt Christian took medalist honors with a 36.
Scott City 1, Chaffee 5
Ressel led a 15-hit attack that included 2-for-4 performances from Sidney Baer, Britne Amick and Rachel Noon.
Kate Pfefferkorn went 2-for-3 for Chaffee (5-1).
Shana Wadlington struck out 11 batters and walked five for Scott City (3-2-1).
Kelly 13, Dexter 0
DEXTER, Mo. -- Kelly (5-0) pounded 15 hits in a five-inning win over Dexter.
Dana Essner (3-0) picked up the win with four no-hit innings and seven strikeouts. Sister Kelly pitched the fifth to preserve the shutout, while allowing Dexter's lone hit.
Allison Johnson led the Hawks' hit parade with a 4-for-4 day and four RBIs. Kristin Harper went 2-for-3 with three RBIs.
Delta 3, Advance 0
ADVANCE, Mo. -- Rebecca Cook allowed just one hit as Delta (1-2-1) picked up its first win.
Sophomore catcher Tiffany Johnson went 4-for-4 to account for half of Delta's eight hits.
Cook struck out nine and walked two.
Oak Ridge 22, Charleston 4
Winning pitcher Laura Glueck (2-1) and Jenny Hrabik paced Oak Ridge's offense with three hits each. Cassie Ludwig knocked home five runs.
Notre Dame 2, Jackson 1
Notre Dame's Emily Essner scored off a pass from Sara Berkbigler with 15 minutes left in regulation to hand Jackson its first loss.
Notre Dame's Kristen Boos and Jackson's Molly Hartmann traded first-half goals.
Notre Dame improved to 4-1-1, while Jackson dropped to 6-1.
Carbonale 5, Central 4
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Carbondale won four of six singles matches to hand Central (4-1) its first dual loss.
Track & Field
SCOTT CITY, Mo. -- Kelly claimed the boys' title and Scott City won the girls' championship in the six-team meet.
On the girls' side, Scott City's Loren Groves (shot, discus, 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles) and Chaffee's Jennifer Vandeven (100-, 200-, 400-meter dashes and the 400 meter relay) won four events each.
Kelly's Adam Hahn and Tyson Glaser were double winners in the boys' division.
-- From staff reports