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Roundup: Farmington tennis wins MAAA outright

Farmington 9, Potosi 0

FARMINGTON – Five shutout victories helped the Farmington girls tennis team defeat Potosi 9-0 and claim an outright MAAA regular season championship.

Erin Coleman, Savannah Rippee, Mary Kate Burcham and Faith Nelson did not drop a singles game for the Knights (10-2, 7-0), who can close out an unbeaten conference season Wednesday at Arcadia Valley.

Emily Missey provided the best hope for the Lady Trojans (3-9. 3-4) at No. 4 singles, but eventually fell 8-5 against Virginia Lugo.

Farmington, which honored six seniors before their final home match, will host the MAAA tournament on Thursday.

Singles Results:

1. Erin Coleman (FA) def. Lacey Portell, 8-0

2. Abby Jent (FA) def. Taylor Campbell, 8-2

3. Virginia Lugo (FA) def. Emily Missey, 8-5

4. Savannah Rippee (FA) def. Maggie Portell, 8-0

5. Mary Kate Burcham (FA) def. Molly Hamby, 8-0

6. Faith Nelson (FA) def. Sarah Hornsey, 8-0

Doubles Results:

1. Coleman/Jent (FA) def. L Portell/Missey, 8-0

2. Lugo/Burcham (FA) def. Campbell/Summer Bourbon, 8-1

3. Rippee/Nelson (FA) def. M Portell/Hornsey, 8-2

VOLLEYBALL

Fredericktown 2, Potosi 1

POTOSI – Fredericktown regathered to defeat Potosi 21-25, 25-14, 25-22 as conference volleyball action began across the MAAA. 

Gracey Allison and Zoe Harbison each tallied six kills in another three-set loss for the Lady Trojans. Olivia Coleman contributed four.

Peyton Blair ended with 15 digs in the loss to Fredericktown (8-7-1, 1-0) and Hailey Jennings posted five blocks with three kills.

Cameryn Yount notched six digs, and Jessi Nicholson recorded eight assist while MacKee Finley had seven for Potosi (5-11, 0-1).

Kingston 2, Valley 0

CALEDONIA – Kingston redeemed itself from a loss to Valley two weeks ago, and took a narrow first set to defeat Valley 27-25, 25-15 on Tuesday.

Madison Schrum posted five digs, as she and Emma Beers had five kills for the Lady Vikings.

Jessica Hartman tallied seven assists for Valley (4-8-1, 1-0), and Molly Comfort had five with eight points against conference-foe Kingston (4-7, 0-1).

Arcadia Valley 2, West County 0

LEADWOOD – Josie Landrum paced Arcadia Valley with eight digs and five kills in a 25-9, 25-12 triumph over West County.

Gracee Smith also recorded eight digs for the Lady Tigers, and Maddie DeMent led the attack with seven kills and two blocks.

Arcadia Valley (15-2-1) was led by 20 assists from Macey Browers. Katie Whited finished with seven digs, and Laney Tucker posted four kills with two blocks.

Haylee Watson led West County (10-5, 0-1) with six digs, while Allison Busch had three. Sarah O’Donnell posted three kills plus three digs, and Alyssa Roever had six assists. Cheyenne Young added two blocks.

Valle Catholic 2, Bismarck 0

STE. GENEVIEVE – Rachel Loida racked up eight aces plus six digs in 25-6, 25-17 Valle Catholic victory against conference rival Bismarck.

Hannah Viox led the Lady Warriors with 10 kills, while Riley Siebert had eight kills with 26 assists. Riley Wolk added seven kills.

Sydni Basler finished with seven digs, and Grace Eftink tallied six while Lainey Bauman had five for Valle Catholic (11-2, 1-0).

SOFTBALL

Potosi 2, Perryville 1

PERRYVILLE, Mo. – Sydney Litton notched a win in a complete game as Potosi defeated Perryville 2-1.

Litton struck out three, while she and Hannah Jarvis each doubled offensively. Makayla Brown received the loss for the Lady Pirates by fanning eight with four walks.

Potosi (11-4) posted a run in each the sixth and seventh to take a late advantage after Perryville (12-6) scored once in the third.

Ste. Genevieve 16, Fredericktown 1

STE. GENEVIEVE – Sally Grieshaber finished a perfect 3-for-3 with a triple and four RBI to help push Ste. Genevieve past Fredericktown 16-1 in three innings.

Kaitlyn Kreitler also got on with each of her three at-bats for the Dragons. Sydney Oehlert and went 2-for-2 with a double and two RBI, while Alyssa Huber singled on her two trips to the plate.

Julia Koetting doubled and drove in two, while Britani Clanton added a single for Ste. Genevieve (9-8, 3-5).

Huber recorded the win with one earned run on three hits through three innings. Mackenzie McMinn allowed twelve hits with five walks in the loss for the Fredericktown (1-12, 0-7).

Rilee Minx, Haley Gilmore, Taylor Barrett each singled for the Lady Blackcats.

Farmington tennis seniors Savannah Rippee, Tori Warren, Katrina Townsend, Erin Coleman, Jenna Moniz and Faith Nelson were honored during Senior Day against Potosi on Tuesday. The Knights clinched the MAAA regular season championship outright with a 9-0 victory.

Farmington tennis seniors Savannah Rippee, Tori Warren, Katrina Townsend, Erin Coleman, Jenna Moniz and Faith Nelson were honored during Senior Day against Potosi on Tuesday. The Knights clinched the MAAA regular season championship outright with a 9-0 victory.

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