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Tuesday Roundup: Fredericktown pitcher deals no-hitter; Dunn and Loughary eclipse 1,000 digs

Fredericktown pitcher Michaela Reagan pitches during first inning softball action against Jefferson on Monday, Aug. 28, 2023, in Fredericktown. (Matt King,

FREDERICKTOWN – Freshman pitcher Michaela Reagan pitched a five-inning no-hitter with three strikeouts, and the Fredericktown softball team beat Sikeston 10-0 on Tuesday.

Jonsyn Rehkop finished 3-for-3 with three runs scored, and Calie Allgier finished 2-for-3 with a double, two stolen bases and two runs scored for the Lady Cats.

Only two Sikeston runners reached base against Reagan, both by errors. Fredericktown (13-5) handed its ace a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning.

Braelynn Sarakas brought in the first run on a single, and Laynee King highlighted her 2-for-2 effort with a subsequent two-run single to finish with three RBI overall.

Abby Kinkead made it 5-0 with a double, and totaled three RBI for the Lady Cats. Allie Bloom and Miley Wengler were each 2-for-4 with an RBI.

Farmington 12, Kelly 2

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – Farmington continued to flex its power with postseason play nearing by drilling four more home runs Tuesday at Southeast Missouri State University.

Shelby Bowling homered in the third and fourth innings, Jayce Jarvis and winning pitcher Avery Graham also connected, and the Knights routed Kelly 12-2.

Jocelyn Grimes also circled the bases on a single and error, and Olivia Hartupee finished 2-for-3 with a triple, double and two runs scored for Farmington (16-8, 5-1).

Kelly (16-7, 3-2) grabbed a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning as Allie Daniel grounded a two-RBI single following two walks and an infield hit.

Graham was helped by a double play on a sacrifice bunt and alert throw home in the second frame, and lasted all five innings with five strikeouts and only three hits allowed.

She delivered the pivotal swing with a grand slam for a 5-2 advantage after Jarvis led off with a home run and Kelly failed to obtain the third out on a fielder’s choice.

The Knights also picked up singles from Emilee Gillam and Audrie Morgan.

Neelyville 11, North County 2

NEELYVILLE, Mo. – Parker Ernst finished 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI for Neelyville in an 11-2 victory, as North County suffered its sixth consecutive defeat on Tuesday.

The Lady Tigers turned two double plays and caught a runner stealing to support pitcher September Preslar, who walked seven and struck out four while allowing three hits over seven innings.

Losing pitcher Sammy Waller ripped an RBI triple for North County (6-17). Addy Goggin notched an RBI single for a brief 1-0 lead, and Emma Roper added another hit.

Neelyville (10-7) broke open a 5-2 game with six runs in the fifth. Reese Dobbins went 2-for-2 with a double and three runs scored, and Hannah Hover chipped in two singles.

Waller yielded 11 hits and three walks while striking out one in a complete game. Seven of the 11 runs charged to her were unearned.


Central senior Madison Dunn surpassed 1,000 career digs during a straight-set victory over North County on Tuesday night in Park Hills. (Submitted Photo)

Central 3, North County 0

PARK HILLS – Central senior Madison Dunn achieved a rare double milestone in volleyball, and equaled Blair Sitton with 13 kills each on Tuesday as Central handled North County 25-11, 25-18, 25-12.

Dunn, whose freshman and sophomore seasons were played at Bismarck, surpassed 1,000 career digs after crossing off 1,000 varsity kills during the season opener.

Tayler McMahan finished with 18 digs, and Kelsie Politte picked up 17 more for Central (16-3, 2-0). Sydney Miles dished out 21 assists.

The Lady Rebels will host Fredericktown in an MAAA Large-School showdown on Thursday.

North County (3-13-1, 0-2) was swept by its neighboring rival for the third straight meeting.

Potosi 3, Fredericktown 2

POTOSI – Ava Robart pelted the opposing Fredericktown defense with 32 kills, and also made nine digs as Potosi secured a thrilling 20-25, 25-20, 27-25, 22-25, 15-10 victory on Tuesday night.

Carsyn Yount compiled a career-best 55 assists plus 12 digs for Potosi (14-3-1, 2-0). Eden Robart landed 18 kills while making nine digs, and Paige West provided nine kills with a team-high 23 digs.

A tiebreaking ace serve from Alli Francis and ensuing kill by Ava Penuel gave Fredericktown (14-3-1, 1-1) a 24-22 lead and two chances to claim the pivotal third game.

Ava Robart resisted the first with a clutch back-row kill on a set from the 10-foot line by Yount. The stanza was squared again on a hitting error by the visiting Lady Blackcats.

Ava Robart hammered a left-side spike off quick transition, but was answered on a clever push to the corner by Penuel off a one-handed set by P.J. Reutzel at 25-25.

West regained the lead from the right side as the Lady Trojans executed a one-pass rally from libero Tayler Rayfield, and Potosi grabbed the 2-1 set lead on an opposing attack into the net.

Fredericktown erased a 13-9 deficit in game four following a Reutzel kill and three straight serves by Penuel that were never returned.

After the Lady Cats snapped a 19-19 deadlock with four points in a row, the contest was destined for a decisive fifth game.

Eden Robart terminated at 7-6, then rotated back and served Potosi to a four-point cushion. Ava Robart increased a 13-10 edge with a tip shot, and Layla Juliette sealed the win on a solo block.

Valle Catholic 3, Bismarck 1

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle Catholic regrouped for a 10-25, 25-19, 25-10, 25-22 triumph on Tuesday after being blitzed in the opening game by Bismarck.

Ade Weiler totaled 12 kills, 14 digs, 14 serve receptions and four aces on 11 points. Makayla Joggerst provided 11 kills, 26 digs and two aces off 11 points.

Ava Bauman totaled nine kills plus four blocks, and Addi Donze delivered 25 digs and 35 receptions at libero as Valle Catholic (14-4-1, 2-0) won its sixth straight match.

Brooklyn Gibbs finished with 15 assists and 14 digs while Abree Zipprich tallied 21 assists, 10 digs and three blocks within the two-setter system.

The Lady Warriors also got five kills from Brooklyn Weibrecht and four blocks from Emma Christine.

Sophomore Ashley Hawkins powered Bismarck (14-5-1, 0-2) with 11 kills and 11 digs. Kinsey Hubbs distributed 11 assists.

Morgan Randazzo and Halie Dickey each made 12 digs for the Lady Indians.

Valley junior Carlie Loughary holds a commemorative plaque after moving past 1,000 career digs during a home loss to Kingston on Tuesday in Caledonia. (Submitted Photo).

Kingston 3, Valley 2

CALEDONIA – Kingston surged toward a two-set advantage on the road, and withstood a comeback bid from Valley to prevail 25-22, 25-23, 22-25, 21-25, 15-11 on Tuesday night.

Valley junior libero and three-year starter Carlie Loughary moved past 1,000 career digs in defeat.

Kenley Missey finished with 28 kills, and Ryleigh Maxwell totaled 23 assists with six kills for the Lady Vikings. Alivia Boyer and Reagan Schrum each made two solo blocks.


Potosi 7, Festus 2

POTOSI – Tori Krebs and the returning Hannah Barron each claimed 8-1 singles victories, and the Potosi girls tennis team eased past Festus 7-2 on Tuesday.

Gracie Lawson and Aubree Wilson were also two-time winners for Potosi (8-5), which hosts the Class 1, District 2 individual tournament brackets on Thursday.

No. 1 singles player Lani Elder conceded her match in a walkover, but not before pairing with Krebs to help the Lady Trojans take all three doubles contests by 8-4 margins.

Lilly Besore earned an 8-5 result favoring Festus against Kensington Davies.

Singles Results:

1. Elaine Coplin (F) def. Lani Elder, walkover

2. Tori Krebs (P) def. Lilly Rodgers, 8-1

3. Gracie Lawson (P) def. Mollie Drury, 8-3

4. Lilly Besore (F) def. Kensington Davies, 8-5

5. Hannah Barron (P) def. Ava Beers, 8-1

6. Aubree Wilson (P) def. Emma Vivrett, 8-5

Doubles Results:

1. Elder/Krebs (P) def. Rodgers/Drury, 8-4

2. Lawson/Davies (P) def. Coplin/Gray, 8-4

3. Barron/Wilson (P) def. Besore/Beers, 8-4

North County 8, Dexter 1

BONNE TERRE – Alli Scott and Kinley Tracy moved into the No. 1 doubles ranking in preparation for the approaching postseason, and North County downed Dexter 8-1 on Tuesday.

The Lady Raiders swept through the doubles phase with only four games lost, then claimed five of the six singles matches with Alli Scott posting a shutout.

Senior Lucy Pace punctuated an unbeaten regular season as a singles player, and Chloe Roach had an identical 8-1 result for North County (12-1).

Claire Scott added an 8-2 victory.

Singles Results:

1. Lucy Pace (NC) def. Katarrah Churchill, 8-1

2. Alli Scott (NC) def. Emerson Dorton, 8-0

3. Kinley Tracy (NC) def. Sophia James, 8-4

4. Febe Worley (D) def. Camille Skaggs, 9-7

5. Chloe Roach (NC) def. Puja Maisuria, 8-1

6. Claire Scott (NC) def. Kinley Kennedy, 8-2

Doubles Results:

1. A Scott/Tracy (NC) def. Churchill/Dorton, 8-1

2. Pace/Roach (NC) def. James/Worley, 8-2

3. Skaggs/C Scott (NC) def. Maisuria/Kennedy, 8-1

St. Pius 7, Farmington 2

FARMINGTON – Chloe Kronlage and Brooke Madden dominated their singles matches after teaming up for an 8-3 doubles triumph, and St. Pius defeated Farmington 7-2 on Tuesday.

Gianna Schurk an Sophia Senkel were also two-time winners for the Lancers. Senkel claimed the No. 6 singles clash with Dagny McCarver in a tiebreaker.

Mallory Felker claimed a singles victory, and senior tandem Addison Brenneke and Payton Cleve likewise prevailed for Farmington (4-9).

The Knights are poised to host the Class 2, District 1 individual playoffs at Engler Park on Thursday after wrapping the regular season Wednesday at Oakville.

Singles Results:

1. Carolyne Argana (SP) def. Addison Brenneke, 8-2

2. Chloe Kronlage (SP) def. Eva Guzman, 8-0

3. Brooke Madden (SP) def. Macie Coleman, 8-1

4. Gianna Schurk (SP) def. Kalei Davis, 8-4

5. Mallory Felker (FA) def. Britta Cheaney, 8-6

6. Sophia Senkel (SP) def. Dagny McCarver, 9-8 (2)

Doubles Results:

1. Kronlage/Madden (SP) def. Guzman/Coleman, 8-3

2. Brenneke/Cleve (FA) def. Argana/Cheaney, 8-6

3. Schurk/Senkel (SP) def. Davis/Felker, 8-6

Charleston Doubles

CHARLESTON, Mo. – Three Arcadia Valley pairings earned first-place medals in their respective flights on Tuesday at the Charleston Doubles Tournament.

Madeline Coles and Kylee Hartwick competed in the No. 1 ranking. Lily Pursley and Reese Brogan filled the No. 2 bracket, and Meleah Lara and Meadow Boushey topped the No. 3 field.

All three teams posted 4-0 records for the Lady Tigers.


West County 16, Arcadia Valley 1

IRONTON – West County produced 18 hits overall, including five doubles, and scored 11 runs over the final two innings to scorch Arcadia Valley 16-1 on Tuesday.

Carter Reed tallied two RBI and two runs scored during a 3-for-4 effort, and Nolan Rawson finished 3-for-5 with three RBI for the visiting Bulldogs, who carried a narrow 3-1 lead into the fifth.

Jaxon Campbell crossed the dish three times and was 3-for-5 with two RBI. Ben Faulkner shared the team high with three RBI, and equaled both Ryan Hull and Hudsen Dunlap with two hits each.

Rawson amassed 10 strikeouts and scattered just three hits over six quality innings for the win before Dunlap fanned two in a 1-2-3 seventh.

Julian Thebeau, Brody Simily and Bradey Buhrmester had the other West County hits.

Maddox Sutton notched an RBI single in the fourth for Arcadia Valley. Alex Nash doubled and scored a run, and Knox Beard singled and walked.

Paul Young pitched the first 4 2/3 innings with three strikeouts and five runs allowed on 11 hits ahead of three relieving Tigers.

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