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Wednesday Roundup: Warriors spike Dragons in Old Settlement clash

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ava Bauman executed two solo stuffs, shared five more double blocks, and sent down four kills as the Valle Catholic volleyball team topped neighbor Ste. Genevieve.

Makayla Joggerst served five aces on 14 points, and totaled 11 digs, five kills and two blocks in the 25-22, 25-8, 25-18 road victory on Wednesday.

Ade Weiler generated five kills, 16 digs and 10 serve receptions, and Addi Donze compiled 11 points with two aces plus 16 digs and 20 receptions for the Lady Warriors.

Valle Catholic (11-4-1) got three aces, eight digs and 14 assists from Abree Zipprich. Ada Bley chipped in two blocks during the second sweep in two nights over an MAAA Large-School opponent.

Ste. Genevieve (4-9) struggled with passing errors despite getting six combined kills from Emma Gegg and Kailynn Harmon in a competitive opening set.

Potosi 3, Festus 0

POTOSI – Freshman Eden Robart knocked down 14 kills, and added a block as Potosi defeated Festus for the second time in less than two weeks.

Ava Robart totaled 12 kills, 13 digs and three blocks during the 27-25, 25-21, 25-15 sweep at home.

Carsyn Yount totaled 33 assists and seven digs for Potosi (12-2-1).

South Iron 3, Valley 0

CALEDONIA – South Iron visited Valley and emerged with a 26-24, 25-20, 25-15 on Wednesday.

Senior Kenley Missey compiled eight kills, 11 digs, 13 serve receptions, seven assists and two aces in defeat. Reagan Schrum notched three solo blocks.

Carlie Loughary patrolled the back row with 28 digs and 24 receptions for Valley (5-8). Hayden Jones finished with 10 digs and nine receptions while Emma Alley added six digs.

Ryleigh Maxwell totaled 10 assists, five kills and five digs.


Farmington 10, Fox 2

FARMINGTON – Elly Robbins finished 2-for-4 with a two-run triple, and pitched seven strong innings to lead the Farmington softball team past Fox 10-2 on Wednesday.

Shelby Bowling and Avery Graham provided RBI doubles, and the Knights increased a 5-2 lead with four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning.

Robbins carried a no-hitter through four frames, and compiled 12 strikeouts while allowing three hits, three hit batsmen and five walks in the win.

Jayce Jarvis made it 5-0 with an RBI in the fourth. Jocelyn Grimes, Olivia Hartupee and Jayden Tucker also singled for Farmington (13-7).

Singles by Emmalee Rogers and Haven Carter plus a bases-loaded walk to Rebekah Hilton brought Fox (2-9-1) within 5-2. Robbins fielded a ground ball in the circle to avoid further damage.

Tucker caught a runner stealing in the first inning. The Knights posted their fourth consecutive victory.

Hillsboro 12, North County 0

HILLSBORO, Mo. – Ashley Hilton pitched a three-hitter with six strikeouts, and Hillsboro blanked North County 12-0 in five innings on Wednesday.

Kaylee Hilton, Ashley Hilton and Peyton Uphoff each went 2-for-3 atop the batting order for Hillsboro (19-3), which jumped ahead 6-0 in the opening frame.

Autumn Bullock paced North County (5-11) by going 2-for-2 with a double and stolen base. Amy Layton provided a single.

Emma Roper yielded 12 hits in the loss.


West County 13, Arcadia Valley 3

LEADWOOD – Jaxon Campbell cleared the bases with a three-RBI double, and West County scored seven times overall in the fifth inning of a 13-3 triumph over Arcadia Valley on Wednesday.

Lance Monroe drove in two runs while matching winning pitcher Hudsen Dunlap at 2-for-3, and Campbell added a couple of stolen bases for the Bulldogs.

Dunlap allowed his only three runs during the third inning, and struck out five while giving five hits and one walk over five innings.

Nolan Inman took the loss after six Arcadia Valley errors turned into seven unearned runs over 4 1/3 innings. He fanned two, walked two and surrendered four hits.

Leadoff man Alex Nash shined in defeat by going 3-for-3 with a double and RBI. Evan Inman and Nolan Inman had the other hits for the Tigers.

Carter Reed provided a two-run single while Nolan Rawson and Bradey Buhrmester added hits for West County, which tallied 11 unanswered runs after briefly trailing 3-2.

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