JACKSON, Mo. – Olivia Klug celebrated a personal highlight at Kimbeland Country Club while leading the Farmington girls golf team to a four-shot victory on Thursday.
Klug selected a 3-wood from 125 yards out, and landed a hole-in-one at the par-3 No. 8 as the Knights topped Jackson 208-212.
The unlikely eagle helped Klug card a medalist round of 47 for Farmington (3-3). Teammate Christen Ferris added a round of 49.
Madison Lambert paced Jackson by shooting 48.
Farmington 9, North County 0
BONNE TERRE – Virginia Lugo, Mary Kate Burcham and Faith Nelson needed the minimum number of games to close out singles victories on Thursday for the Farmington girls tennis team.
A dominant doubles showing also helped the Knights defeat North County 9-0 and remain ahead of Fredericktown atop the MAAA standings.
Erin Coleman topped Jamie O’Hara 8-2 at the No. 1 rankings while Abby Jent and Savannah Rippee recorded their own lopsided wins for Farmington (6-2, 5-0).
1. Erin Coleman (FA) def. Jamie O’Hara, 8-2
2. Abby Jent (FA) def. Megan Matlock, 8-1
3. Virginia Lugo (FA) def. Erica Weiss, 8-0
4. Savannah Rippee (FA) def. Nicole Martin, 8-1
5. Mary Kate Burcham (FA) def. Taylor Thomas, 8-0
6. Faith Nelson (FA) def. Kaitlyn Asher, 8-0
1. Coleman/Jent (FA) def. O’Hara/Matlock, 8-0
2. Lugo/Rippee (FA) def. Weiss/Martin, 8-1
3. Burcham/Nelson (FA) def. Thomas/Asher, 8-0
Fredericktown 8, Potosi 1
FREDERICKTOWN – Maddie Burrows and Taylor Starkey notched dominant shutouts, and Amber Collier dropped only one game in her singles match for Fredericktown.
The Lady Blackcats also received winning results from Bailey Stamp, Victoria Peppers and Liz Hinkle to defeat conference opponent Potosi 8-1.
Starkey and Peppers prevailed 8-0 as Fredericktown (4-1, 3-1) claimed a 2-1 doubles edge.
Maggie Portell teamed with Sarah Hornsey to salvage a tiebreaker victory for Potosi (2-7, 2-3).
1. Bailey Stamp (FR) def. Lacey Portell, 8-6
2. Maddie Burrows (FR) def. Taylor Campbell, 8-0
3. Victoria Peppers (FR) def. Emily Missey, 8-2
4. Taylor Starkey (FR) def. Maggie Portell, 8-0
5. Amber Collier (FR) def. Molly Hamby, 8-1
6. Liz Hinkle (FR) def. Sarah Hornsey, 8-5
1. Stamp/Burrows (FR) def. Portell/Missey, 8-2
2. Peppers/Starkey (FR) def. Campbell/Hamby, 8-0
3. M Portell/Hornsey (P) def. Collier/Elizabeth Snyder, 9-8 (7-4)
North County 2, Bismarck 0
BONNE TERRE – Sophomore Kayleigh Winch served six aces, knocked down nine kills and made two blocks to spur the North County volleyball team past Bismarck 25-15, 26-24.
Maddi Luck contributed a team-high four blocks, and Bailey Rokan connected on four kills for the Lady Raiders (2-4). Lauren Forrester finished with three kills and seven digs.
Kylie Morris dished out eight assists and Tylor Harris provided five more. Grace Veach totaled seven digs and Miranda brought up five.
North County will host an 8-team tournament on Saturday that also includes Central, Ste. Genevieve and Fredericktown.
Arcadia Valley 2, Potosi 0
POTOSI – Karson Dement recorded 14 kills plus 10 digs, and Kirsten Day added a closing stuff-block as Arcadia Valley ran its volleyball win streak to seven matches.
Laney Tucker knocked down nine kills and Katie Whited provided eight digs with nine service points in a 25-12, 25-8 triumph over Potosi.
Macey Browers totaled 19 assists and nine digs while Maddie DeMent spiked seven kills for Arcadia Valley (7-1).
Josie Landrum added 10 points with six digs, and Gracee Smith made five digs.
Zoe Harbison landed four kills and Peyton Blair salvaged 11 digs to lead Potosi (2-5). Jessi Nicholson distributed five assists, and Hailey Jennings had two blocks for immediate points.
Fredericktown 2, West County 0
FREDERICKTOWN – Fredericktown improved its record to 3-3 by securing a 25-11, 25-20 win over West County.
Cheyenne Young led the Lady Bulldogs in defeat with four kills and four blocks, while Sarah O’Donnell had a team-high five digs with three kills.
Alyssa Roever posted five assists for West County (3-2). Haylee Watson ended with four digs, and Rachel Hedgecorth had three blocks.
Farmington 4, Notre Dame 1
FARMINGTON – Bryce Sancegraw netted his second hat trick in as many matches, and the Farmington boys soccer team handled visiting Notre Dame 4-1.
The elusive feat by Sancegraw increased his goal total to 18 over eight contests this season.
Jackson Schrum also scored for the Knights (6-2).