CAPE GIRARDEAU - Cape Central had five different goal scorers in posting a home shutout against Sikeston, 6-0
Devon Edmonds scored the first two goals for Central (5-3), which led 1-0 at halftime.
Matt Hellrich, Seth Gerlach, Cody Gaither and Tyson Whiteside added goals. Assists were credited to Sam Bornstein (2), Justin Lambert (2), Ryan Ponder and Trenton Beckham. Tony Leuckel, Jordan Young and Clayton Uptain split time in goal for the shutout.
Cape Central won the junior varsity match 4-1.
CAPE GIRARDEAU - The Notre Dame soccer team could not contain Poplar Bluff forward Justin Alford in a 4-2 loss to the Mules on Tuesday night at home.
Alford scored three goals in a 20-minute span in the first half to help Poplar Bluff grab a 4-2 halftime lead. Frankie Ellis and Mark Unterreiner were Notre Dame's (3-3) goal scorers.
Jason Delgado had an assist.
"We kind of put our heads down a little bit I thought," Notre Dame coach Brad Wittenborn said.
Despite the loss, Wittenborn said his team's offensive performance was its best this year.
JACKSON - Chris Kraust scored two goals as Jackson eased past the visitors from Illinois.
Chris Bramlett also scored for the Indians (4-5), while the other goal came when an Anna-Jonesboro player put the ball in his own net. Andrew Lorenz and Zach Priester added assists. Keeper Tyler Holman posted the shutout.
TAMMS, Ill. -- Chaffee's softball team followed a tight win over district opponent Naylor with a comfortable 10-3 win Tuesday on the road at Egyptian High School in Illinois.
Whitney Horrell allowed six hits in seven innings to improve to 2-0. She struck out five and walked two.
Offensively, Sarah Dooley and Rachel Hendrix had two hits apiece for the Red Devils (5-1). Hendrix, Veronica Bennett, Suzanne Reischman and Courtney Walter had RBIs.
Poplar Bluff took advantage of some Jackson wildness to beat the Indians.
Jackson starter Amanda Pitts walked six in two-plus innings, including two runners with the bases loaded.
Two other Poplar Bluff runs scored on wild pitches. The Mules led 5-0 before Jackson put together three hits in the sixth to score two runs.
Trisha Kluesner and Jessica Pitts each had an RBI. Chelsea McDowell had two hits for Jackson.