SHS falls in OT, Oran and Risco both roll

Friday, March 22, 2013

CAPE GIRARDEAU -- The Sikeston Lady Bulldogs soccer team lost a heartbreaker Thursday during the first day of the Noon Optimist Tournament at Cape Central High School 2-1 in overtime against St. Vincent.

Eight minutes into the overtime, St. Vincent punched in the winning goal.

"It was a tough result," Sikeston soccer coach Doyle Noe said. "It's still really early in the season and we're trying to find our identity."

Sikeston (1-1) had to go without the services of their leading scorer, Madison Chaney, because of a hip injury the senior sustained Wednesday on the road against Harrisburg, Ill.

"You take out our leading scorer and we're trying to find ways to score without her," Noe said. "Obviously, we run our offense mostly through her."

Chaney will more than likely not play for the remainder of the weekend and possibly longer.

Fellow senior Monica Carter scored Sikeston's first goal just six minutes into the contest with the assist from Tori Helms.

Sikeston's defense held St. Vincent scoreless until the 60th minute when the Lady Indians tied the game. Eventually, St. Vincent ended the game in the first overtime.

"Our defense really stepped up and kept us in the game," said Noe.

Sikeston will play again today at 5 p.m. against either Notre Dame or Marion, Ill.


Oran 14, Advance 0

ADVANCE -- The Oran Eagles opened up their season Thursday with a 14-0 rout over the Advance Hornets on the road.

Led by a three hit effort from Seth Ressel, the Eagles took a 3-0 advantage into the fifth inning before combining for 11 runs through the final three innings. Their biggest rally came in the seventh inning when they put up five runs to make up the 14-0 final.

Behind Ressel, Alex Heuring and Chance Tenkhoff had two hits apiece. All three Eagles contributed a double to the cause.

Hunter Schlosser picked up the win with three innings of work where he allowed no hits, two walks and fanned seven batters. As a team, Oran collected 16 total strikeouts while allowing the Hornets only one hit.

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WP -- Hunter Schlosser. LP -- Whitson. Multiple hitters: (O) Seth Ressel 3-5, Alex Heuring 2-4, Chance Tenkhoff 2-3. 2B -- (O) Kody Moore, Bear Hicks, Heuring, Tenkhoff.

Risco 27, North Pemiscot 0

RISCO -- The Risco Tigers emphatically won their first game of the season Thursday putting on a scoring clinic against North Pemiscot 27-0 in three innings.

Risco scored all 27 of their runs in the last two innings -- six in the second and 21 in the third. The Tigers had 19 hits as a team.

Caleb McCord picked up the win throwing two innings of hitless ball. McCord struck out four after facing seven total batters. North Pemiscot did not have a hit in the contest.

McCord and Brandon Bixler led the Tigers at the plate each with four hits and three RBIs. Jordon Pavy, Matt Cumins and Eric Bennett all had three hits apiece.

Risco (1-3) will play Hayti on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

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WP -- Caleb McCord. Multiple hitters: (R) Jordon Pavy 3-4, Hunter Knight 2-4, Caleb McCord 4-5, Matt Cumins 3-5, Brandon Bixler 4-4, Eric Bennett 3-3.


NMCC 11, Bloomfield 1

BLOOMFIELD -- The NMCC Lady Eagles defeated Bloomfield 11-1 on Wednesday afternoon.

Micheala Townsend was the winning pitcher. She allowed one run in four innings, striking out 10 while while allowing two hits and two walks. Alexa Garner pitched the final inning, allowing no runs or hits.

Madison Zuck went 3 for 3 with a double while Emma Karafa was 2 for 3. Chelsea Sylvester added a triple.

NMCC was scheduled to travel to Twin Rivers at 4:30 p.m. today, weather permitting.

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