Quick Hits, April 18

By Democrat staff



Smith-Cotton 5, Clinton 4

Smith-Cotton boy’s tennis swept doubles at Clinton and captured two singles matches to edge Clinton, 5-4 on the road Tuesday.

Jered Baker defeated Devon Sexton 8-1 and Ryan Hankins won 8-5 over Elijah Holt for the difference in the singles lineup.


St. Charles Community College 6, State Fair Community College 1

Four runs in the sixth inning doomed the Lady Roadrunners in game one of a road doubleheader with St. Chales Community College during a 6-1 loss.

MacKenze Gudde allowed 13 hits and four earned runs over six innings.

State Fair led 1-0 after a Sarah McAninch RBI single. St. Charles tied the game in the bottom of the frame and took the lead in the second.

State Fair Community College 9, St. Charles Community College 4

The Lady Roadrunners collected a dozen hits and eight runs in four innings at St. Charles Community College, winning 9-4.

Sydnee Cotter led five Lady Roadrunners with multi-hit games with three singles, two RBIs and a stolen base. She also scored three times.

Emily Ross surrendered four runs on six hits in seven innings.




Lincoln second, Windsor fifth at Father Tolton Invitational

Boone and Trevor Kroenke shot 82s and tied for seventh, individually Monday, April 17 at the Father Tolton Invitational at the Columbia Country Club.

Lincoln finished runner-up as a team, totaling 342. Bo Kroenke fired an 84 and Tyler Kroenke carded a 94.

The Greyhounds shot a team score of 377. Jack Daughtery paced Windsor with an 84, while Ben Moser finished five strokes behind.

Tanner Golden finished at 97, Drew Nichols 107 and Tim Spear 119.

Stover’s Brenden Bauer shot a 91, while Chad Nolting and Charlie Black fired 97s.

Father Tolton had a team sore of 316 to win the tournament. Tolton’s Chase Venn and Cameron VanLeer of Pacific were co-medalists, carding 72 each.

By Democrat staff

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

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