FARMINGTON – Notre Dame standout Allison Bray fired a 3-under par 33 on the front nine at Crown Pointe Golf Club on Monday.
Farmington placed second among four teams with a composite score of 208 while honoring seniors Olivia Klug, Christen Ferris, Bela Clubb and Claire Busse.
North County tallied 165 overall with Taryn Overstreet adding a 38 as individual runner-up.
Klug and Ferris each shot 51 while Clubb carded a 52 and Laiken Cash had 54 for Farmington.
Bella Burton paced Ste. Genevieve with a 55. The Dragons were edged by Jackson 236-245 for third place.
Cami Brazel tallied a 55 for Jackson.
Farmington 9, Jackson 0
JACKSON, Mo. – The Farmington girls tennis team notched a 9-0 win against potential district opponent Jackson on Monday.
Mary Kate Burcham and Faith Nelson each prevailed 8-1 in their respective singles matches to post the largest margins of victory for the Knights.
Farmington (7-2) held off the opposition 8-6 in two close doubles contests.
1. Erin Coleman (F) def. Larissa Hoffman, 8-3
2. Abby Jent (F) def. Lexie Clements, 8-4
3. Virginia Lugo (F) def. Corie Pike, 8-2
4. Savannah Rippee (F) def. Sarah Fetterhoff, 8-5
5. Mary Kate Burcham (F) def. Chloe Pipkin, 8-1
6. Faith Nelson (F) def. Katelyn Fehr, 8-1
1. Coleman/Jent (F) def. Hoffman/Pike, 8-4
2. Lugo/Rippee (F) def. Clements/Fehr, 8-6
3. Burcham/Nelson (F) def. Fetterhoff/Pipkin, 8-6
Poplar Bluff 6, Farmington 0
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. – Poplar Bluff recorded four runs in the fifth inning to defeat Farmington 6-0 in softball action on Monday.
Alyson Tucker and Jocelyn Cunningham each paced the Knights with two hits. Sophia White allowed six hits and walked five while pitching a complete game.
Farmington (5-6) turned one double play defensively, and catcher Hannah Boeckmann threw out two runners trying to steal.
Festus 10, North County 0
FESTUS – Sara Hoffman twirled a no-hitter to propel Festus past North County 10-0 in five innings on Monday.
Abigail Rickermann and Erica Fletcher each had three hits for the Lady Tigers, and Cailey McFadden finished with two.
Kennedy Kohler went the distance in the loss for North County (9-4), fanning five while allowing 13 hits.
Jackson 2, Central 1
PARK HILLS – Short-handed Central delivered a valiant showing at home while nearly taking down Jackson, but the Indians secured a 25-18, 25-27, 25-23 victory.
Brooklyn Pace smashed a season-high 24 kills, and Callie Thurston provided eight more for the Lady Rebels (2-7-2), who were again without senior hitter Nora Graves due to injury.
Freshman Liberty Coleman stepped in with six kills and two blocks, and Taylor Williamson led Central defensively with eight digs.
Avery Norris dished out 24 assists and Hannah Stewart finished with 17.
Sullivan 2, Potosi 0
SULLIVAN, Mo. – Potosi dropped a road contest 25-21, 25-16 as Sullivan followed up its tournament championship at North County with another win.
Gracey Allison guided the Lady Trojans up front with six kills while Olivia Coleman and Zoe Harbison added three each.
Peyton Blair finished with seven digs. Jessi Nicholson tallied seven assists and MacKee Finley had five for Potosi (5-8).
Jefferson 2, West County 0
FESTUS – Sarah O’Donnell served nine straight points down the stretch for West County, but Jefferson held on to win 25-11, 26-24.
The Lady Bulldogs tied the second set at 24-24 behind the serving of O’Donnell, who finished with 13 points and five digs.
Haylee Watson recorded a team-high 11 digs for West County (3-3), and Allison Busch added five. Jordan Stevens notched two kills with three digs, while Cheyenne Young had two blocks.
Valle Catholic 2, St. Vincent 1
PERRYVILLE, Mo. – Lainey Bauman and Riley Wolk were especially strong at the net, and Valle Catholic got past St. Vincent 25-20, 23-25, 25-16 to stay unbeaten.
Bauman totaled 13 kills, four solo blocks and eight digs while Wolk tallied 10 kills plus two solo and six shared blocks for the Lady Warriors (6-0).
Sydni Basler finished with 14 digs and 31 serve receptions at libero, and Taylor Siebert compiled 33 assists, 10 digs and nine service points.
Riley Siebert added six kills and Hannah Viox connected on six more. Kaydi Heil had nine points with six digs, and Rachel Loida notched nine digs with two aces.
The outcome will likely influence the seeding in Class 1, District 4 later this season.