SD ROUNDUP: Dexter baseball team falls to Kennett, Kelly soccer remains undefeated

Saturday, March 25, 2017

DEXTER, Mo. -- Hunter Parrott got on base both of his two times at bat as the Dexter baseball team could only muster one run in their first loss of the season to Kennett in six innings Friday.

Riley Mason was checked with the pitching loss for Dexter (1-2). He threw 1 1/3 innings and gave up seven runs (two earned) on six hits. He walked one batter and had no strikeouts.

Zane Wallace went the distance on the mound to get the win for Kennett (2-2). He allowed one earned run, struck out four and walked one. He also doubled and drove in two runs for the Indians, as did teammate Brenton Tidd.

Ty Ellis added a double and three RBIs for Kennett. The Indians travels to Malden on Tuesday.

Dexter is back in action today on its home field. The Bearcats will host Oran at 10 a.m. followed by Valle Catholic at 2 p.m. The Eagles and Warriors will square off at noon.

Kennett 430 700 -- 14 9 0

Dexter 100 000 -- 1 5 5

WP -- Zane Wallace. LP -- Riley Mason. 2B -- Clay Mullins (D), Ty Ellis (K), Brenton Tidd (K), Wallace (K). Multiple hits -- Dexter: Hunter Parrott 2-2; Kennett: Ellis 3-4, Patrick Maddox 2-4, Cameron West 2-3.

Oran 13, Bloomfield 3

BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- Todd Priggel belted a home run and had four RBIs on the day as the Eagles flew to victory over the Wildcats on the road in their season debut.

Layne Johnson was the winning pitcher and also tripled for Oran (1-0). He threw four innings and gave up three runs (one earned) on four hits. He recorded six strikeouts and six walked batters.

Drew Reischman doubled twice and drove in three runs for the Eagles.

Timmy Hector hurled 4 1/3 innings to suffer the loss for Bloomfield (1-1-1). He allowed seven runs (six earned) on seven hits, struck out five and walked two.

The Wildcats are on the road on Tuesday when they travel to Fruitland, Mo., to face Saxony Lutheran.

Oran 103 054 -- 13 10 1

Bloomfield 102 000 -- 3 5 2

WP -- Layne Johnson. LP -- Timmy Hector. HR -- Todd Priggel (O). 3B -- Johnson (O), Clay Sauceda (O). 2B -- Cole Priggel (O), Drew Reischman (O) 2. Multiple hits -- Bloomfield: Gage McNeil 2-3, Dalton Phillips 2-4; Oran: Johnson 2-4, Reischman 4-5, T. Priggel 2-4.

East Prairie 8, Kelly 2

BENTON, Mo. -- Brian Shofner hit a double and batted in two runs as the Eagles flew in their conference victory over the Hawks.

Kasten Campbell went the distance on the mound to take the win for East Prairie (3-2). He allowed two earned runs, struck out eight and walked one. He also got on base both of his two times at bat and drove in three runs to help lead the Eagles.

Kyle Fitzgerald pitched five innings to sustain the loss for Kelly (3-2). He gave up five runs (four earned) on seven hits, struck out eight and walked five.

East Prairie hosts Delta on Monday while Kelly welcomes Chaffee to town on Monday as well.

E. Prairie 211 103 0 -- 8 10 0

Kelly 000 101 0 -- 2 6 2

WP -- Kasten Campbell. LP -- Kyle Fitzgerald. 3B -- Wyatt LeDure (K). 2B -- Brian Shofner (EP), LeDure (K). Multiple hits -- East Prairie: Campbell 2-2, Shofner 3-4; Kelly: LeDure 2-3, Grant Menz 2-3.

Charleston 7, Meadow Heights 2

JACKSON, Mo. -- Tanner Ray went 2 for 3 at bat as the Blue Jays downed the Panthers in the first round of the Saxony Lutheran Showdown at the American Legion Field.

Braxton Housman picked up the win on the mound for Charleston (2-4), giving up one earned run and recording five strikeouts.

Blake Bollinger went the distance to sustain the loss for Meadow Heights (1-3). He allowed four earned runs, struck out two and walked three.

The Blue Jays pick up tournament action today at noon against Herculaneum in the semifinals at Saxony Lutheran High School in Fruitland, Mo. The Black Cats (2-0) blanked Calvary Lutheran 8-0 in Friday's other quarterfinal.

Meadow Hts. 110 000 0 -- 2 3 2

Charleston 200 131 X -- 7 7 1

WP -- Braxton Housman. LP -- Blake Bollinger. Multiple hits -- Charleston: Tanner Ray 2-3.

Bernie 3, Portageville 2

BERNIE, Mo. -- Corbin Hunt hit a walk-off single to drive in the game-winning run for the Mules in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Bulldogs suffered their first loss of the season.

Bernie's Gavin Brown got the save on the mound for the win, pitching a no-hitter during the final inning when he struck out two and walked one. Alex Guzman hurled the first six innings for the Mules (2-0).

Ian Torrey was the losing pitcher. He threw 3 2/3 innings and allowed two runs (one earned) on four hits. He had five strikeouts and walked five.

Hunter Gates drove in the two runs to pace Portageville (2-1). The Bulldogs are scheduled to travel to Memphis, Tenn., today to face Bootheel nemesis Caruthersville at the AutoZone Park at 1 p.m.

Bernie returns to its home field on Monday against Scott City.

Portageville 000 020 0 -- 2 4 0

Bernie 101 000 1 -- 3 8 0

WP -- Gavin Brown. LP -- Ian Torrey. 2B -- Jayce Burk (B), Dalton Hobgood (B), Connor Barham (P). Multiple hits -- Bernie: Hobgood 2-3, Corbin Hunt 3-4.

NMCC 13, Caruthersville 12

NEW MADRID, Mo. -- Jacob Keene hit a single that broke the 12-12 tie and drove in the game-winning run for the Eagles in their first win of the season and dealt the Tigers their first loss of the season.

Gabe York pitched 1 2/3 innings to get the win for New Madrid County Central (1-2). He allowed five earned runs on five hits, struck out two and walked three.

Austin Davis recorded a triple and four RBIs for the Eagles.

Christian Dudley was marked with the pitching loss for Caruthersville (1-1). He threw three innings and gave up six runs (four earned) on seven hits with two strikeouts and two walked batters.

Bryce Strawn blasted a home run and batted in half of the runs for the Tigers with six RBIs.

NMCC welcomes Charleston to town on Tuesday.

Caruthersville 201 243 0 -- 12 12 3

New Madrid CC 142 303 X -- 13 14 3

WP -- Gabe York. LP -- Christian Dudley. HR -- Taylor Moses (C), Bryce Strawn (C). 3B -- Austin Davis (NMCC). 2B -- Blake Irions (C), Moses (C), Chase Silman (NMCC). Multiple hits -- Caruthersville: Tanner Cobb 2-3, Seth Faulkner 2-4, Irions 2-4, Moses 2-4, Strawn 2-5; NMCC: Gavin Bond 2-3, Davis 3-4, Jacob Keene 3-5, Silman 2-3.

Chaffee 8, Jefferson 6

CHAFFEE, Mo. -- A.J. Owens had the walk-off home run that drove in the two game-winning runs for the Red Devils in their eight-inning victory over the Blue Jays.

Alec Bogenpohl was the winning pitcher and also doubled for Chaffee (4-0). He threw four innings during which he gave up no runs on two hits, struck out three and walked two.

Brent Hibbits hurled 3 1/3 innings to suffer the loss for Jefferson (1-2). He allowed five runs (four earned) on four hits with three strikeouts and three walks.

Bram Gilmour batted in two runs to pace the Blue Jays at the plate.

Chaffee is on the road Monday when it visits Benton, Mo., to take on Kelly.

Jefferson 202 200 00 -- 6 5 2

Chaffee 102 020 12 -- 8 7 3

WP -- Alec Bogenpohl. LP -- Brent Hibbits. HR -- A.J. Owens (C). 2B -- Bogenpohl (C), Austin Copeland (C), Landon Tenkhoff (C), Blain Prater (J), Zach Rarick (J). Multiple hits -- Chaffee: Bogenpohl 2-3; Jefferson (Festus): Bram Gilmour 2-4.

GIRLS SOCCER

Kelly 1, Liberty (Mountain View) 0

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Mo. -- The two-hour and 20-minute bus drive from Benton to Mountain View, Mo., did not deter the Hawks from keeping their flawless record intact.

Alyssa Tidwell netted the game-winning goal off an assist from Anna Hughes to get the win for Kelly (6-0).

Goalkeepers Breeana Maronay and Marissa Worth combined for saves in the shutout.

Liberty fell to 1-2-1 with the loss.

Kelly is back on the road on Monday when it travels to Metropolis, Ill., to take on Massac County.

SPRING SOFTBALL

Scott City 16, Charleston 1

CHARLESTON, Mo. -- The Rams accumulated nine doubles and only needed four innings to dispose of the Blue Jays in the road rout.

Jaime Glastetter went the distance in the circle to take the win for Scott City (4-1). She gave up one unearned run, struck out two and walked one.

Kayleigh Durdin, Courtney Enderle and Rylee Venable all had two doubles apiece to lead the Rams at the plate.

Madyson McDermott was the losing pitcher and also had a double for Charleston. She lasted a whole game and allowed 12 earned runs with four strikeouts and no walks.

Charleston travels to Marble Hill, Mo., on Monday to take on Woodland. Scott City hosts Kennett on Monday.

Scott City 436 3 -- 16 14 1

Charleston 001 0 -- 1 2 6

WP -- Jaime Glastetter. LP -- Madyson McDermott. 2B -- McDermott (Ch), Tori Buckner (SC), Kayleigh Durdin (SC) 2, Courtney Enderle (SC) 2, Chloie Raines (SC), Madison Thompson (SC), Rylee Venable (SC) 2. Multiple hits -- Scott City: Durdin 2-4, Enderle 2-3, Glastetter 3-3, Thompson 2-3, Venable 2-4.

Delta 8, Bloomfield 4

BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- Cooper Simpson blasted two doubles and drove in one run to lead the Bobcats in the road win over the Wildcats.

Coley Blattel tossed a complete game and also doubled to take the win for Delta (2-2). She allowed two earned runs and had six strikeouts with no walked batters.

Tyra Hartle got on base all of her three times at bat and drove in one run to pace Bloomfield (0-3).

The Wildcats are back on their home field on Tuesday against Greenville. Delta visits East Prairie on Monday.

Delta 410 000 3 -- 8 X X

Bloomfield 003 001 0 -- 4 6 X

WP -- Coley Blattel. LP -- E. McGowan. 3B -- Tyra Hartle (B). 2B -- Cooper Simpson (D) 2. Multiple hits -- Bloomfield: Bailey Below 2-3, T. Hartle 3-3; Delta: Blattel 2-4, Simpson 2-4.

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