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First State Bank ties KSIM; Morlan edges US Bank

Wednesday, September 25, 2002

SIKESTON - Here are the results from recent matches in the Sikeston Youth Soccer League.

Sept. 21

SMURF LEAGUE

First State Bank 1, KSIM 1

Torry Helms scored the goal for First State Bank. Paden Cook and Ben Stallings were the goalies. Gabe Wheeler scored KSIM's goal. The keeper was Olivia Riggins.

R.J. Silver Co. 13, House of Color 0

R.J. Silver saw five goals from Haya, three each from Hillyrd and Green and two from Bird. Hay was the team's goalie. For House of Color, Sauceda was the keeper.

Houchins Donuts 6, Sells Rest Home 0

Chase Gaines and Wesley Shaw each scored two goals while Shane Garrett and Tanner Hanson each contributed one for Houchins. Henson and Shaw were the goalies. Keepers for Sells were Braxton, Caleb and Dillion.

1-2 GIRLS

Morlan 1, US Bank 0

Lindsey Nelson scored the only goal for Morlan.

DeWitt Insurance 4, Heartland Oxygen 0

Miranda Fowler and Dallas Campbell each scored two goals for DeWitt Insurance. Goalies were Jessica Shidler, Shauna Bolen and Maggie Bradley. Heartland's keeper was Geena Hooper.

1-2 BOYS

First National 8, Morlan 0

Cord Sheehy scored four goals, Drew Harper added three and Trey Tigart contributed one for First National. Logan Hawkins and Derek Burch were the goalies. For Morlan, the keeper was Zachary Sims.

Brooke 10, Pratt Construction 0

Lucas Houchin, Sam Lincoln and Chris Alley each scored three goals and Matt Keene added on. Goalies for Brooke were Houchin, Alley and Keene.

Terminix 3, Nunnelee Funeral Chapel 0

Tyler Anderson scored two goals and Zach Neal added one. Spence Vaughn was the keeper. For Nunnelee, Connor MacGillivray was the goalie.

Calbert's 3, Bridges 1

Bridges goal came from Trenton Gross. Goalies were Peyton Boyd and Zachary Shaw.

Black's Number Crunchers 5, Old Security 3

Kayland Gross and Austin Erwin each scored two goals while Chase Davis contributed one. Erwin and Adam Kennard were the team's goalies. For Old Security, goals were scored by Trey Walker, Spencer Clark and Josh Hampton. Hampton was the goalie.

3-4 GIRLS

Fas Gas 6, King's Jewelry 4

Morgan Frazier scored all six goals for Fas Gas. Reniqua Bryant was the goalie. For King's, Natalie Bohannon scored two goals and Campbell Moore and Kristen King each scored one. Keepers were Elizabeth Rains and Kristin King.

Bollinger Real Estate 6, Randy's RX 1

Kayla Hick scored five goals for Bollinger and Taylor Gilmore added one. Goalies were Kelcie Martin and Hali Rendleman. Abie Enax scored the only goal for Randy's Rx. Keepers were Cassie Dawe and Katie Bradley.

3-4 BOYS

First Midwest 4, Bo's Bar-B-Que 1

Marshall Stallings scored three goals and Carson Geminhard added one. Ethan Browning was the goalie. For Bo's, Ross Bohannon scored on an assist from Evan Deere. Goalies were Trent McMillan and Ross Bohannon.

Blanchard 3, Ferguson 0

Parker Williams scored two goals and Jason Stratman added one for Blanchard.

Covenant Motors 6, Kinder 3

Grant Hinton scored three goals, Trenton Garner scored two and Jordy Smart added one for Covenant Motors. For Kinder, Ryan Long scored twice and Clayton Kinder scored once. Their keeper was Hunter Urhahn.

5-6 GIRLS

HFR 7, 731 Realty 1

Lauren Little scored four goals for HFR. Lacey Hicks, Kortney Cook and Sarah Austin each scored one. Jamie Reed was the team's keeper. 731's goal came from Jordan Rodgers.

Wildeyes 3, 731 Realty 2

Ashley Angle scored two goals and Caitlyn Michaels added one. Jessica Deere and Katie Obermark were the keepers. For 731, Jordan Rodgers and Maggie Fox each scored.

5-6 BOYS

Wildeyes 6, First Security 1

Tim Hart scored four goals for Wildeyes, while Jimmy Obermark and Chris Leible each added one. Brandon Williams was the keeper.

Carson-Wagonley 5, Noffel 1

Colton Young scored three goals for Carson. Darin Dicus scored the only goal for Noffel. Jason Isaacs was the keeper.

7-8 BOYS

Sikeston 3, Jackson 2

Clayton Matthews scored two goals for Sikeston and Taryl Booker added one.