Quick Hits, Sept. 7: Lady Tigers golf wins Marshall tourney


Democrat staff



Leading the way for the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers golf team on Tuesday were, from left, Reagan Braverman, Taylor Fisher, Annie Guier and Gentry Fowler. S-C won the Marshall Invitational.


Photo courtesy of Sedalia School District 200

The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers golf team shot 398 to win the Marshall Invitational on Tuesday.

Annie Guier was the individual medalist, shooting a personal best 83. Taylor Fisher finished third, shooting 93; Gentry Fowler was fourth with 105 and Reagan Braverman was sixth, shooting 109.

Also shooting personal bests on the day: Kelsey Sharp, 113; Gracie Hofheins, 118; Abby Withers, 120; and Morgan Meteja, 127.

Sacred Heart fall at Warrensburg

Taylor Black of Warrensburg was medalist with a 37 as the Tigers defeated Sacred Heart in a girl’s golf dual match at the Warrensburg Country Club.

Sacred Heart shot 208 as a team and Warrensburg fired a 183.

Claire Sobaski and Abby Smeltzer tied for third place with a 50. Julianna Bourgeret and Anjanae Williams followed with a pair of 54 finishes. Noelle Sunnarborg rounded out the Gremlin scoring with 65.

HIGH SCHOOL

BOY’S SOCCER

Smith-Cotton 10, Warrensburg 0

Serge Zayats and Blake Grupe each had two goals and an assist as the Smith-Cotton boys soccer team posted s 10-0 win Tuesday night at Warrensburg.

S-C also got goals from Jonathan Lopez, Alan Castillo, Jordan Lawson, Trey Goodson, Riley Moore and Carlos Aguirre. Assists were also recorded by Lopez, Castillo, Lawson, Goodson and Alex Esquivel. Brody Barklage and Colby Edgar combined for the shutout.

The S-C varsity is now 5-1 and 3-0 in the West Central Conference.

Smith-Cotton JV 11, Warrensburg JV 0

The Smith-Cotton JV boys soccer team won 11-0 at Warrensburg on Tuesday night. Scoring goals for S-C: Viktor Tsymbal (2), Serge Zayats (2), Rodrigo Rodriguez, Brinton Beard, Daniel Deleon, Keith Hawkins, Trent Leary, Ty King and Alex Zeiler. Assists: Alex Beard (2), Viktor Tsymbal, Daniel Deleon (3), and Brinton Beard. Rafael Barragan and Tucker Hanes combined for the shutout. The JV is now 2-0.

Summit Christian Academy 9, La Monte 3

Gavin Johnson scored the first La Monte goal in the second half of a 9-3 home loss Tuesday to Summit Christian Academy.

Charlie Fletcher, who assisted on the first Vikings goal, scored La Monte’s second. Kieran Rich added a third with the Summit goalkeeper out of the box.

Jesus Martinez had four haves for La Monte and Juan Fernandez had 10.

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

St. Pius X 2, Smith-Cotton 0

The Smith-Cotton volleyball team lost a West Central Conference matchup Tuesday at St. Pius X in Kansas City.

The Warriors won 25-9, 25-11. S-C Coach Chad Harter said, “The scoreboard did not tell the story of (the Lady Tigers’) effort. We had 49 swings, attacking the ball as a team … (and) displaying solid defense on both sides of the court.”

Tori Jacobi led S-C with three kills and Taylor Burlingame had 14 digs. The Lady Tigers’ next game is Thursday at home vs. Rock Bridge.

Hickman 2, Sacred Heart 1

The Lady Gremlins lost in three sets 19-25, 27-25, 27-29 to Hickman at home Tuesday.

Head coach David Fall said the match was a good test for Sacred Heart.

“Hickman is a good team that forces us to do a lot of things better,” Fall said. “They’re quicker, can jump out of the gym and play good defense.”

Hannah Wilhoit had 12 kills on 25 swings, four aces and a block. Anna Callis had 12 kills, nine digs, two aces and a block.

Annalise Mergen had 28 assists at setter. Sacred Heart hosts Otterville on Wednesday and Santa Fe on Thursday.

Northewst places first at Higginsville Spikefest

Northwest Lady Mustangs won first place in the Silver Bracket of the the Higginsville Spikefest Tournament on Sept. 2-3.

They defeated Smith-Cotton in pool play 25-19, 25-21; Richmond in pool play 25-20, 25-22 and lost in pool play to Maryville 25-22, 25-13.

In bracket play, the Lady Mustangs beat Warsaw in three sets 22-25, 25-17 and 25-14, and Higginsville 25-15 and 25-16. Northwest is 6-2 going into a road trip against Sweet Springs, Thursday, Sept. 8 and Monday, Sept. 12.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Smith-Cotton 8th Grade 38, Clinton 8th Grade 16

The Smith-Cotton Junior High eighth grade football team defeated Clinton, 38-16, on Tuesday in Clinton.

Chase McMillin had a touchdown reception, two rushing TDs and an interception return for for a TD for the Tigers. Kain Young added a rushing TD for S-C.

Leading the way for the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers golf team on Tuesday were, from left, Reagan Braverman, Taylor Fisher, Annie Guier and Gentry Fowler. S-C won the Marshall Invitational.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SCGGolfMarshall2.jpgLeading the way for the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers golf team on Tuesday were, from left, Reagan Braverman, Taylor Fisher, Annie Guier and Gentry Fowler. S-C won the Marshall Invitational. Photo courtesy of Sedalia School District 200

Democrat staff

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

Sedalia Democrat

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

comments powered by Disqus