Sikeston golfers, girls soccer earn wins
DEXTER -- The Sikeston Bulldogs golf team scored a 156 as they won a quad match against three other schools at Dexter's Hidden Trails Golf Course Tuesday.
Sikeston beat out Dexter (190), Doniphan (202) and New Madrid County Central (208).
Evan Deere, Kirk Hoggatt and Conor MacGillivray each carded a score of 38 while Gabe Wheeler scored a 42 and Ben Murray and Connor Landers each had a 43.
"It was a lot better today for us," Sikeston golf coach Andy McGill said. "Ideally, we'd like to have one more low scorer to go in the mix but all six are competing. We're going to have guys step up and take the place of others that's ahead of them sometimes and that's not necessarily a bad thing to have."
Dexter was led by Miles Urhahn who scored a 43. Ryan Joyner added a 48.
Trey Recker scored the lowest for NMCC with a 46.
Sikeston, who lost 152-160 to Poplar Bluff Monday, will participate in the Farmington Invitational Tournament tomorrow which begins at 9 a.m.
SOCCER Sikeston 5, Fredericktown 0
FREDERICKTOWN -- Breaking out of their offensive slump, the Sikeston Lady Bulldogs soccer team blanked Fredericktown 5-0 on Tuesday picking up their first win of the season in the process.
Madison Chaney scored three goals in the win.
Katherine Inman picked up their fourth goal while their other was an own goal by Fredericktown.
"Fredericktown is a tough place to play. They have a smaller field and everything is a bit more compact," Sikeston head coach Doyle Noe said. "But, I think Madison (Chaney) scoring our first goal early relaxed us. We had a lot of chances to score and we seemed to finish tonight. Obviously, it was a great effort by Madison to lead us."
Sikeston keeper Annie Ramey earned the shutout at goal.
The Lady Bulldogs (1-5) will be off the rest of the week and will travel to Harrisburg, Ill., next Wednesday.
The Sikeston junior varsity also picked up a win, 1-0 over Fredericktown.
Lexi Curtis scored Sikeston's lone goal of the night.
BASEBALL Risco 11, Clarkton 1
RISCO -- Risco rebounded from a loss to New Madrid County Central on Monday with an 11-1 win over Clarkton on Tuesday.
Josh Earnheart earned the win, allowing one run in four innings on one hit and three walks while striking out three.
Jordan Pavy led Risco (6-2) at the plate going 3 for 4 with two doubles. Chris Pavy finished 2 for 3.
|Clarkton||100 00 -- 1 1 6|
|Risco||236 0X -- 11 9 2|
WP -- Josh Earnheart. LP -- Logan Blackburn. Multiple hits -- (R) Jordon Pavy 3-4, Chris Pavy 2-3. 2B -- (R) J. Pavy 2, Earnheart.
St. Vincent 7, Kelly 3
PERRYVILLE -- Kelly allowed five runs in the fifth inning and fell on the road to St. Vincent 7-3 on Tuesday.
Hawk starter Gabe Felter struck out four in 4 2/3 innings but the five-run fifth was too much for Kelly to overcome.
Felter also doubled for the Hawks.
|Kelly||011 001 0 -- 3 6 4|
|St. Vincent||001 150 X -- 7 8 5|
WP -- J. Petzoldt. LP -- Gabe Felter. Multiple hits -- (S) Trent Elder 2-4, Mark Kutz 2-4, Kevin Mattingly 2-2. 2B -- (K) Felter; (S) Zach Rollet.
South Pemiscot 16, North Pemiscot 0
WARDELL -- The South Pemiscot Bulldogs earned their first win of the season with a 16-0 win over North Pemiscot.
South Pemiscot (1-4) scored five in the third and 11 more in the fourth to bust the game open.
Austin Wagner was 3 for 4 with 5 RBI to lead the Bulldogs while Logan Carter also finished 3 for 4 with a triple.
|S. Pem.||005 (11)0 -- 16 15 0|
|N. Pem.||000 0 0 -- 0 3 4|
WP -- Uriel Jiminez. LP -- Dalton Rinehart. Multiple hits -- Austin Wagner 3-4, Logan Carter 3-4, Colin Gilmore 2-4, Jacob Trammel 2-4, Hunter Williams 2-2. 2B -- Gilmore, Williams. 3B -- Carter, B. White.
JV BASEBALL Sikeston 5, Poplar Bluff 2
POPLAR BLUFF -- The Sikeston junior varsity baseball team defeated Poplar Bluff 5-2 on Tuesday.
Jacob Clark earned the win on the mound throwing five innings and giving up four hits and three walks. He also struck out seven.
John Foster led the Bulldogs, who had eight total hits, with two hits.
Sikeston (3-1) will host Farmington on Thursday.
SOFTBALL NMCC 24, Charleston 3
NEW MADRID -- The New Madrid County Central Lady Eagles blistered Charleston 24-3 Tuesday in five innings.
Mary Clara Hayes led the Lady Eagles with four hits including a double and triple. Anna Manley went 3 for 4 while Merideth Stanley, who hit two doubles, and Michaela Townsend each went 2 for 3.
Townsend also picked up the win for NMCC (5-0) throwing all five innings and giving up four hits while striking out eight.
Charleston (1-8) was led by Natalie Medlock, who went 2 for 3. Jazmyn Scott added a triple as well.
TRACK Tiger Town Invitational
FESTUS -- Betsy Borgsmiller tied for first place in the women's high jump on Tuesday as the Sikeston track and field team traveled to Festus High School to compete in the Tiger Town Invitational.
Borgsmiller jumped a 5-4, as did Affton High School's Hali Ford.
Sikeston peppered all events with performances that gave the Bulldogs points.
Scott City's Brandon Shemonia placed in both the 800 and 1600 meter runs as well.
Local individual results are as followed:
100 -- 8. Chazeton Redd, 13.54.
200 -- 6. Brandy Peet, 28.40.
400m relay -- 5. Sikeston (Yalonda Johnson, Allante Oglesby, Allisha Oglesby, Brandy Peet), 51.87.
800m relay -- 5. Sikeston (Yalonda Johnson, Allante Oglesby, Allisha Oglesby, Brandy Peet), 1:51.63.
High Jump -- 1. Betsy Borgsmiller, 5-4; 6. Jalen Peet, 5-0.
Long Jump -- 2. Jalen Peet, 16-05; 6. Allisha Oglesby, 14-9.
Triple Jump -- 2. Jalen Peet, 33-11; 3. Allisha Oglesby, 33-10.
100 -- 7. Nick Nichols, 11.66.
400 -- 2. Steven Baker, 51.81.
800 -- 5. Brandon Shemonia (SC), 2:02.36; 8. Eric Essner (SC), 2:06.09.
1600 -- 3. Brandon Shemonia (SC), 4:30.34.
400m relay -- 4. Sikeston (Steven Baker, Spenser Clark, Kyland Gross, Marquez Newman), 44.65.
800m relay -- 3. Sikeston (Steven Baker, Austin Brown, Marquez Newman, Nick Nichols), 1:32.12.
110 hurdles -- 2. James Watson, 15.90; 4. Keldon Warfield, 16.24.
300 hurdles -- 8. Spenser Clark, 43.78.
High Jump -- 2. Zach Jackson, 6-0; 5. Kyland Gross, 5-10.
Long Jump -- 3. Kyland Gross 20-5; 5. Keldon Warfield, 20 3/4
Triple Jump -- 3. Terry Jamison, 40-10.