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Area digest 9/7/02

Saturday, September 7, 2002

WASA World Series today at Shawnee

The WASA World Softball Tournament will kick off today at 9 a.m. at the Shawnee Sports Complex.

The class D and E softball tournament will host teams from several states in the Midwest. Teams involved in the tournament had to qualify through state tournaments to participate.

Two Cape Girardeau teams, the Outcast and S and S Roofing, were allowed to enter as host teams.

Shannon Mungle, coach of the S and S Roofing team, said he expects the level of competition to be very high at the tournament.

"I think there's going to be some decent teams out there, that's for sure," he said.

The tournament will feature eight class E teams and as many as eight class D teams. Each team will be guaranteed four games in the tournament, which will feature a round-robin round before elimination play begins.

Mungle's S and S Roofing team will play Starlight Drive In from Potosi, Miss., in a 9 a.m. game.

Southeast soccer team suffers its first loss

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Southeast Missouri State University's women's soccer team suffered its first loss of the season Friday as Arkansas prevailed 2-1.

The Razorbacks (1-3) built a 2-0 first-half lead and held off the Otahkians (2-1). Lisa Schweppe had Southeast's only goal, unassisted, midway in the final half.

Southeast plays at Southwest Missouri State Sunday.

Southeast volleyball loses in tournament

PEORIA, Ill. -- Southeast's volleyball team lost to host Bradley 30-18, 30-18, 30-26 Friday as the Mark Twain Hotels Invitational got under way.

The Otahkians (1-4) were led by Bobbi Carlile with 13 kills. Emily Johnson had eight kills and 13 digs.

Bradley (2-3) got 12 kills from Jenna Passman.

Southeast will have two more tournament matches today, against South Alabama and IUPUI.

-- From staff reports


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