The Indians received seven innings of shutout pitching from senior Tyler Beussink. Beussink improved to 4-0 after allowing six hits with seven strikeouts and one walk.
Brandon Gendron was the offensive star for the Indians (10-1) with a 3-for-3 performance to go along with four RBIs. Derrick Biri and Luke Crader had two hits apiece for Jackson. Jason Meystedt added two RBIs.
"We're finally getting to play some games," Jackson coach Rex Crosnoe said. "Like all teams, hopefully the guys are starting to get in a rhythm."
Jackson posted a 17-5 victory against Goreville, Ill., on Tuesday.
Central's Brad LaBruyere struck out 12 batters in a complete-game road win for the Tigers.
LaBruyere, a sophomore, allowed only two runs -- both unearned -- and one walk to improve to 5-1.
Brandon Cooper had two hits for Central (7-8), and Kent Deason had two hits for the Hawks (4-3).
Advance's Jeremy Limbaugh won his fourth game on the mound and went 3-
for-4 at the plate to lead the Hornets to a home win over district foe Oran, which was the Class 1 state runner-up last year.
Limbaugh allowed six hits in seven innings. Daryl Wade and Kevin Adkins added two hits each for Advance (10-0), while Limbaugh and Trenton Moses added home runs.
For state-ranked Oran, Caleb Seyer, Austin Dumey and Joey Williams had two hits apiece.
Chase Seyer suffered the loss on the mound for the Eagles (8-2), allowing seven hits and five earned runs in 3 2/3 innings.
Matt Stoverink struck out 13 Oak Ridge batters and drove in three runs in a home win for Leopold.
The Wildcats (5-5) got two hits apiece from Stoverink, Michael Vandeven and Eric Fluchel.
Rams freshman Ryan Modglin pitched a no-hitter in his first career start.
Modglin struck out 11 and walked six for Scott City (2-6).
Jason Schenimann led a 14-hit attack with a 3-for-4 performance. Kyle Curry, Mark Johnston and Cody Carlisle had two hits apiece. Johnston added two RBIs.
Charleston 17, Scott Central 13
The Charleston Bluejays baseball team improved to 4-6 on the season and 2
-1 in the Scott-Mississippi Conference with a 17-13 slugfest win against Scott County Central.
It wasn't a pitcher's day, but Charleston's Colin Gilooly held up enough to get the win. He threw 3 1/3 innings of relief and allowed seven runs (two earned) off five hits and three walks with three strikeouts.
Billy Butler started and last just 2/3 of an inning. All five runs he allowed were unearned. He walked four, hit a batter, allowed one hit and struck out one.
Spencer Whitehead threw two innings and allowed a run off two hits with three strikeouts.
Brink Naile threw one scoreless inning with one strikeout.
Charleston clubbed 15 hits led by Dustin McCann, Josh Marshall, Phillip Wise and Gilooly who each had three hits. Wise had four RBIs, Marshall had two RBIs and Gilooly had one RBI.
Scott Central's Freed was the losing pitcher.
The Braves' Andrew Pullen was 2-3 and Griffin was 2-5.
Charleston will host the Bluejay Classic starting today. Charleston will play Meridian in the final game of the day at 8:15 p.m. at Hillhouse Park.
The Portageville softball team defeated visiting Gideon on Wednesday, 12-5.
Morgan Lechenette, Kelley Penn and Hannah Rone all went 3-4 at the plate for the Lady Bulldogs. Lauren Kellams and Rebecca Cayton each had two hits. Rone and Penn each had three RBIs.
Leopold used a four-run sixth to rally for a home win. Mary Beth Bohnsack struck out three and walked four for her sixth win.
Lori VanderMierden and Amber Nenninger had two hits apiece for Leopold (6
Delta scored a run in the sixth inning to pick up a home win and a little revenge over the Rams team that handed the Bobcats their only previous loss of the season.
Sarah Cook struck out six, walked none and allowed six hits for the win.
Shea Smith and Sara Blattel had two hits apiece for Delta (6-1). Lauren Schaefer had two hits for Scott City (9-2), which had scored five runs with two outs in the bottom of the last inning last week to produce a 5-4 win in the championship game of the Oak Ridge Tournament.
The teams have the top two seeds in this weekend's Oran tournament.
Oran trailed 6-4 after five innings, but the Eagles scored six unearned runs in the top of the sixth and handed host Advance its first loss.
Advance pitcher Alecia Reeves did not allow a hit in the sixth, but walks and errors plagued the Hornets (5-1).
Advance issued a total of 14 walks. Hanna Seyer earned the win for Oran, and Angela Broshuis had two hits for Advance.
The Chaffee girls finished second, as Malden swept the SEMO Southern Conference Meet at Chaffee.
Christa Beck won the 300 hurdles and finished second in the 100 for the Red Devils.
Michael Glastetter of Kelly won the 800 and Chaffee's Matt Sanders won the shot put. Chaffee's Gage Harrell won the 400 hurdles.
Girls Team results -- 1. Malden 123, 2. Chaffee 119, 3. Kelly 103, 4. Scott City 97, 5. Hayti 53, 6. Oran 21, 7. East Prairie 14
3,200 relay -- 1. Scott City 11:19, 2. Chaffee
100 hurdles -- 2. Beck (C) 19.61, 3. Stroder (K) 19.97
800 relay -- 2. Scott City 2:00.84, 3. Chaffee 2:04.07
1,600 -- 1. Kittleson (S) 6:00, 2. A. Laxton (S) 6:05, 3. Barber (K) 6:33
High jump -- 2. Spears (C) 4-4, 3. Koch (C) 4-0
400 relay -- 2. Kelly 58.44, 3. Chaffee 59.21
Triple jump -- 1. Braun (S) 29-10, 3. Guzman (C) 26-7
400 -- 2. Johnson (C) 1:08, 3. Razer (S) 1:08.57
Discus -- 2. Smith (K) 73-9, 3. Jamson (K) 69-3
Shot put -- 2. Dooley (C) 29-10, 3. Hendrix (C) 27-2
300 hurdles -- 1. Beck (C) 56.5, 3. Vetter (K) 58.50
800 -- 1. C. Laxton (S) 2:34, 2. Barber (K) 2:56, 3. Keys (C) 3:18
200 -- 3. Hester (C) 30.59
3,200 -- 1. Kittleson (S) 13:22, 2. Gray 15:35
1,600 relay -- 1. Scott City 4:43, 2. Kelly 4:46, 3. Chaffee 5:18
Boys Team results -- 1. Malden 177, 2. Hayti 91, 3. Scott City 79, 4. Chaffee 53, 5. East Prairie 45, 6. Kelly 38, 7. Oran 28
3,200 relay -- 3. Kelly 9:29
110 hurdles -- 2. Goodin (S) 19.37
High jump -- 3. Arnzen 5-6
100 -- 3. Wrinkle (S) 12.37
800 relay -- 3. Scott City 1:42.01
Long jump -- 3. Volkerding 16-3 1/8
1,600 -- 2. Scherer (O) 5:15
300 hurdles -- 2. Volkerding 46.33
Shot put -- 1. Sanders (C) 42-1
400 -- 1. Harrell (C) 59.38, 3. Hicks (K) 1:01
Discus -- 2. Sanders (C) 121-8
200 -- 3. Anderson (O) 25.24
800 -- 1. Glastetter (K) 2:12
3,200 -- 2. Koehler 12:07, 3. Campos (K) 12:08
1,600 relay -- 3. Scott City 4:10