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Tuesday’s High School Sports Roundup


Farmington 2, Hillsboro 0

FARMINGTON – The Farmington Knights fought off a strong challenge by the Hillsboro Lady Hawks in volleyball on Tuesday as they squeezed past the visitors 25-21, 25-23. Ainslee Finch powered down 14 kills for the Knights to lead the offense. Katie Scism had six and Jesse Miller made five. Haley Graven led in assists with 15, followed by Chase Vargo with nine.

Hunter Vargo, Kasia Kaiser and Finch made eight digs apiece.

The Knights (2-1) will travel to Perryville today for their next match.

Arcadia Valley 2, Viburnum 0

VIBURNUM – Briar Johnson stopped Viburnum with four stuff-blocks, and finished with 10 digs and six kills as Arcadia Valley pulled away for a 25-23, 25-14 road victory.

Megan Williams had a team-high seven kills plus six digs, and Bri Landrum added five kills with eight service points for the Lady Tigers (2-1).

Setter Macey Browers paced Arcadia Valley with 13 assists and 11 digs.

Valle Catholic 2, Festus 0

FESTUS – Hannah Bahr compiled 12 points with 10 serve receptions, and matched Hannah Viox with four kills apiece to help Valle Catholic dominate Festus 25-12, 25-17.

Cassandra Moulton totaled eight assists with eight digs, and Taylor Siebert notched seven assists with seven digs as the setter position for Valle Catholic (2-1).

Riley Wolk provided four blocks and Madeleine Drury served up nine points in the victory.

West County 2, South Iron 0

ANNAPOLIS – Megan Blair smashed 10 kills and made five digs, and West County won its third straight match to begin the season, 25-19, 25-11 over South Iron.

Michaela Williams made eight digs, Jamilyn Hedgcorth served four aces and Alyssa Roever made six assists for the Lady Bulldogs (3-0).

Courtney Callahan served a team-high 14 points while Roever and Hedgcorth totaled 12 each.

Bismarck 2, Meadow Heights 0

PATTON, Mo. – Sophomore setter Madi Dugal compiled 24 assists and 14 service points as Bismarck dominated Meadow Heights on the road 25-11, 25-16.

Kayla Johnson recorded 10 kills and three blocks, and Rylie Grundmann added seven kills for the Lady Indians in their first match without injured middle hitter Brilee Henson.

Savannah Tate chipped in four kills and tied Bailey Barton with three digs.

Valley 2, Grandview 0

WARE, Mo. – Cameryn Yount served six aces among 15 points, and Valley moved back above the .500 mark with a 25-10, 25-21 win at Grandview.

Jessica Hartman made six digs and served two aces along the back row for the Lady Vikings (3-2).

Madison Lucas posted six digs and Lacey Yount added five.


Central 19, Fredericktown 0

FREDERICKTOWN – Kimmy Wallen was one pitch away from being perfect on the mound for the Central Lady Rebels as she pitched her team to a 19-0 win in three innings over the Fredericktown Lady Cats in a conference game on Tuesday.

The Lady Cats’ No. 9 hitter Kayla Wagner hit a two-strike pitch for a bloop single for her team’s only hit. Wallen struck out five and was also 2-4 at the plate.

The Lady Rebels scored five runs in the first, but burst out for 14 more in the top of the third. Alexus Groom led Central’s offense, going 3-3 with a two-run home run and a double to drive in five runs. Olivia Casey was also 3-3 at bat with two doubles and three RBI. Bailey Burgess, Mady Hart, Ally Welch, Kerston Furry and Kaitlyn Holmes hit one double each. Central is now 6-0 and will try to make it seven wins today at home against Jefferson.

North County 10, Ste. Genevieve 6

STE. GENEVIEVE – The North County Lady Raiders scored five runs in the final two innings to hold off the Ste. Genevieve Dragons 10-6 in a conference game on Tuesday.

Jessica Newburry pitched all seven innings for the win with five strike-outs and yielding only seven hits.

Stacy Politte, Kaitlyn Litton and Kaley Newland hit one triple each for the Lady Raiders, and Maddie Binkard hit a double. Sydney Parker was 3-4 and Lexi Adams finished 2-2.

Kelci Carron led the Dragons, going 3-4 with a double and a triple to drive in three runs. Makayla Bader and Danielle Kemper were both 2-4.

North County (5-1) will play at Herculaneum today, and Ste. Genevieve will travel to Potosi on Thursday.

Farmington 16, Potosi 0

FARMINGTON – The Farmington Knights received a three-inning no-hitter from their pitcher Sophia White on Tuesday as they defeated the Potosi Lady Trojans, 16-0 in conference play, with the game being halted after two-and-a-half innings.

The Knights scored all 16 runs in the first inning, highlighted by Olivia Siebert’s grand slam and Allison Pingel making it back-to-back home runs with a solo blast. Hannah Hight, Olivia Siebert and Randi Scruggs had two hits apiece.

The Knights (5-1) will play at Hillsboro today.


Farmington 6, Potosi 3

POTOSI – Martha Schwalenberg and Anna Slinkard paired for a top-ranked doubles win before prevailing in singles action as the Farmington girls’ tennis team defeated Potosi 6-3.

Thanh Phan and Kenzie Holland were also convincing 2-time winners for Farmington, which rebounded from a narrow loss to Fredericktown one day earlier.

Kate Goza picked up an 8-6 victory and teammate Emilee Gray used a late service break in a 9-7 decision to notch Potosi’s two singles wins. They also claimed the No. 2 doubles match.

Singles Results:

1 – Martha Schwalenberg (F) def. Maci Bennett, 8-3

2 – Anna Slinkard (F) def. Carli Pashia, 8-2

3 – Kate Goza (P) def. Erin Coleman, 8-6

4 – Emilee Gray (P) def. Faith Nelson, 9-7

5 – Thanh Phan (F) def. Baylee Saunders, 8-4

6 – Kenzie Holland (F) def. Josi Hayes, 8-1

Doubles Results:

1 – Schwalenberg/Slinkard (F) def. Bennett/Pashia, 8-3

2 – Goza/Gray (P) def. Coleman/Nelson, 9-7

3 – Phan/Holland (F) def. Sunders/Hayes, 8-3

Fredericktown 8, Arcadia Valley 1

FREDERICKTOWN – The Fredericktown Lady Cats continued their undefeated run through the MAAA Conference with their latest victim the Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers on Tuesday by a score of 8-1.

Only Jordan Boushie was able to salvage a win for the Lady Tigers as she edged out Maddie Rehkop in No. 2 singles with an 8-6 tiebreaker to win her match 9-8.

Savanna Talley and Bailey Stamp were both winners by shut-out in No. 5 and No. 6 singles, and Cheyenne Cole and Stamp won 8-0 in No. 2 doubles along with Bailey Burks and Talley in No. 3 doubles.

Singles Results:

1. Kayla Pinkley (F) def. Lilly Tripp, 8-5

2. Jordan Boushie (AV) def. Maddie Rehkop, 9-8(8-6tb)

3. Cheyenne Cole (F) def. Tessa Baker, 8-1

4. Bailey Burks (F) def. Jamie Garrett, 8-1

5. Savanna Talley (F) def. Bethany Musser, 8-0

6. Bailey Stamp (F) def. Trinity Chappell, 8-0

Doubles Results:

1. Pinkley/Rehkop (F) def. Tripp/Boushie, 8-1

2. Stamp/Cole (F) def. Baker/Garrett, 8-0

3. Burks/Talley (F) def. Musser/Chappell, 8-0


Farmington 4, Cape Central 0

FARMINGTON – Bryce Sancegraw netted two goals, and John Bader had another shutout between the pipes as the Farmington boys soccer team topped district rival Cape Central 4-0.

Andres Castro and Matt Eaton had the assists to Sancegraw, who began the scoring nearly 15 minutes into the action.

Max Reid buried a header on a pass from Alex England just before halftime to give Farmington a 2-0 lead. Tyler Scales added an unassisted tally from about 20 yards away in the second half.


West County 6, Kingston 2

LEADWOOD – The West County Bulldogs were victorious over the Kingston Cougars in baseball on Tuesday with a final score of 6-2.

Parker Forshee pitched three innings for the win, striking out five and giving up only two hits and no walks, and was 1-2 with the bat. Jacob Meinershagen was 2-4 at the plate with a double and a triple to drive in three runs, and Blake Barlow was 2-3 with a double.

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