Quick hits: Tigers tennis place second at Marshall tournament


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The Smith-Cotton tennis team poses for a photo Friday after earning second place at the Marshall Tournament. The Tigers defeated Fulton and Missouri Military Academy after falling to Marshall 0-9 in their opening match. S-C defeated Fulton 5-4 and Missouri Military Academy 8-1.


The Smith-Cotton tennis team poses for a photo Friday after earning second place at the Marshall Tournament. The Tigers defeated Fulton and Missouri Military Academy after falling to Marshall 0-9 in their opening match. S-C defeated Fulton 5-4 and Missouri Military Academy 8-1.


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The Smith-Cotton tennis team poses for a photo Friday after earning second place at the Marshall Tournament. The Tigers defeated Fulton and Missouri Military Academy after falling to Marshall 0-9 in their opening match. S-C defeated Fulton 5-4 and Missouri Military Academy 8-1.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_IMG_2418.jpgThe Smith-Cotton tennis team poses for a photo Friday after earning second place at the Marshall Tournament. The Tigers defeated Fulton and Missouri Military Academy after falling to Marshall 0-9 in their opening match. S-C defeated Fulton 5-4 and Missouri Military Academy 8-1.

The Smith-Cotton tennis team poses for a photo Friday after earning second place at the Marshall Tournament. The Tigers defeated Fulton and Missouri Military Academy after falling to Marshall 0-9 in their opening match. S-C defeated Fulton 5-4 and Missouri Military Academy 8-1.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_IMG_2419.jpgThe Smith-Cotton tennis team poses for a photo Friday after earning second place at the Marshall Tournament. The Tigers defeated Fulton and Missouri Military Academy after falling to Marshall 0-9 in their opening match. S-C defeated Fulton 5-4 and Missouri Military Academy 8-1.

Smith-Cotton rebounded from an opening-round loss to the host team Friday to take second at the Marshall Tournament. The Tigers defeated Fulton 5-4 and Missouri Military Academy 8-1.

Marshall swept Smith-Cotton in singles and doubles in an 0-9 loss.

Against Missouri Military Academy, David Cho defeated Brennan Morand 10-3 in singles. Jacob Hedrick defeated Joe Mulvey 10-3, Matthew Tilley defeated Alejandro Gastelum 10-5, Mikhail Husyev defeated Rob Shields 10-4 and Keron Irwin defeated Angel Alcaraz 10-7.

Smith-Cotton won three matches in doubles by default versus Missouri Military Academy.

Victories from Ryan Hankins and Keron Irwin in singles helped the Tigers edge Fulton in their second match of the day. Irwin defeated James Hill 10-5 and Hankins defeated Devin Ferro 12-10.

Patrick Brockenborough and Jered Baker defeated Isiah Macley and Dustin lee 10-6 in doubles. Jack Geary and Vlad Husyev defeated Alex Zajdel and Josh Haamann 10-4 and Matthew Wallace and Tyler Laboube defeated Garret Johnson and Brayden Barton 10-8.

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL

Lincoln wins Adrian Tournament

The Lincoln Cardinals softball team allowed one run in three games and won the championship Saturday at the Adrian Tournament.

Aleah Paxton shut out Kingsville 10-0 in the opening round, striking out 10 batters in five innings.

The Cardinals defeated Wellington 6-1 in their next matchup. Sloan Swearngin struck out 18 in the circle for Lincoln. Paxton, Lexi Beaman and Shelby Vandaveer collected three hits each.

Lincoln blanked Adrian 6-0 in the championship game. Swearngin struck out six in the shutout.

LATE FRIDAY RESULTS

Green Ridge 20, Sacred Heart 10

A 3-run homer from Mackenley Scotten lifted Green Ridge over Sacred Heart 20-10 Friday.

Mackenley Scotten also doubled and had five RBIs on the day.

Ashlyn Peck pitched four innings and Quincy Scotten pitched two 1-hit innings of relief.

Green Ridge hosted Sacred Heart tonight. Green Ridge won 20-10 in 6 innings.

Pitching for Green Ridge was Ashlyn Peck. Ashlyn threw for the first 4 innings. She had 9 walks, 1 k, 5 hits allowed. Finishing the game was Quincy Scotten. Scotten had 1 walk, 2 k’s, and one hit allowed.

Bailey Harding was 5-for-6 with five singles and four RBIs. Haley McCarthy was 4-for-5 with three singles and a triple.

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

Gremlins 2-0 at Liberty Park Bash

Sacred Heart combined for 23 runs in two games Saturday to go 2-0 in the Liberty Park Bash. They beat Pilot Grove 9-3 in game one and defeated Warsaw 14-4 in six in game three.

Pilot Grove defeated Warsaw 11-1 in the second game of the day.

Chance Spangler earned the win on the mound for Sacred Heart against Pilot Grove. He allowed three runs on six hits and four walks while striking out nine in seven innings.

Spangler went 2-4 with a triple, single and two RBIs. Kolin Brace and Nick Cashman collected two RBIs apiece.

Brenden Volcko threw all six innings for Sacred Heart against Warsaw. He allowed one run with six strikeouts and two walks. At the plate, Volcko was 4-for-4 with a double and three singles. Brace also had four hits in the game.

LATE FRIDAY RESULTS

Lincoln 7, Cole Camp 2

Five runs in the first two innings carried Lincoln to a 7-2 victory Friday at Cole Camp.

The Cardinals collected 12 hits, while Corbin Mertgen limited the Bluebirds to two runs on four hits in seven innings. He walked three and struck out nine.

HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS SOCCER

Kickapoo Shootout results

Smith-Cotton 3, Kickapoo 2

Smith-Cotton 4, Willard 0

Timberland 9, Sacred Heart 0

Sacred Heart 1, Parkview 1

Nerinx Hall 2, Smith-Cotton 1 (1OT)

Coaches, please report scores and stats to [email protected]

Sedalia Democrat

Coaches, please report scores and stats to [email protected]

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