Quick hits April 26

Democrat staff

Democrat staff

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story reported that Sacred Heart defeated Windsor 3-2 on Monday. Sacred Heart won 2-0. The Democrat apologizes for the reporting error.


La Monte 15, Northwest 0

La Monte 23, Tipton 1

The Lady Vikings concluded an undefeated conference schedule Monday with wins over Northwest and Tipton.

Madison Harris pitched a 1-hit shutout against Northwest. The Lady Vikings scored eight in the first, four in the second and three runs in the third.

Harris allowed no hits in three innings against Tipton. La Monte had 12 walks and 13 hits.

Sandra Arroyo and Kameron Morton homered for La Monte.

Tipton’s run came on a hit-by-pitch, error and fielder’s choice.

On Saturday La Monte softball won the Mid-State Conference tournament, beating Kingsville 5-1 and Leeton 9-2.

La Monte faces Adrian on the road Friday.


Kaysinger Baseball Tournament

Sacred Heart 2, Windsor 0

The Gremlins advance to the conference tournament title game for the third consecutive year.

Cole Camp 3, Otterville 2

The Bluebirds advance to the third-place game against

Northwest 4, Lincoln 2

The Mustangs face Sacred Heart in the championship game Thursday at Liberty Park. First pitch is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Smithton 11, Green Ridge 8

The Smithton Tigers battle Cole Camp for third place Thursday at Liberty Park in Sedalia. First pitch is scheduled for 4 p.m.

Stover plays Tipton in Lincoln at 4 p.m. The winner of that game plays La Monte at 6:30 p.m.




Smith-Cotton’s 4×200 and 4×100 meter relay teams posted scoring results at the Kansas University Relays on Saturday.

Mekeba Nash, Nia Hawkins, Saige Peterson and Monique Grant placed seventh with a time of 1 minute 46.06 seconds.

Nash, Hawkins, Dennise Reyes and Grant finished fourth in the 4×100 with a time of 48.71 seconds.


Sacred Heart tops Concordia

Will Prenger shot a field-low 36 at the Sedalia Country Club in Sedalia as the Gremlins golf team out shot Concordia by more than 30 strokes.

Chris Mergen fired a 37 as runner-up to Prenger. Logan Sunnarborg shot a 43 and Jack Lucceshi was one stroke behind. Ty Wissman shot a 55.

Sacred Heart shot 160 as a team, while Concordia finished with 192.

Landon Mulligen fired a team-low 43 for Concordia. Kade Maineka had a 4 and Tad Deatherage finished one stroke back.

Smith-Cotton ties for sixth at Jefferson City Capital Classic.

The Tigers golf team tied for sixth with a 335 at the Jefferson City Capital Classic Golf Tournament on Monday.

Jackson Kempton and Jerod Rosenbacker posted low scores for Smith-Cotton, both firing an 82.

Smith-Cotton competes in the conference tournament Thursday at Clinton.

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

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

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