ORAN -- Oran stretched its win streak to four with a 12-3 win over Saxony Lutheran on Friday.
Continuing to display offensive punch, the Eagles banged 11 hits.
Sophomore DH Chris Asmus supplied the power with a homer, double and five RBIs to cap a 3-for-3 day. Freshman Kody Campbell went 2-for-3 with one RBI.
Austin Dumey hurled four innings to pick up the win. He allowed three runs, two unearned, on six hits with four strikeouts and three walks.
Paul Bucher, in relief of Dumey, earned the save, shutting down Saxony with two on and no outs in the fifth inning with Oran leading 6-3.
Bucher struck out two and induced an infield popout to defuse the Saxony threat unscathed. Bucher went three shutout innings, giving up two hits and striking out four.
Ben Courtois took the loss for Saxony's first-year program.
Oran (7-1) hosts Oak Ridge on Monday.
CHAFFEE -- Chaffee's bats came alive in a 16-6 run-rule win over Scott County Central on Friday.
Leading the offensive explosion was Steven Dooley (3-4, two doubles), Brad Daugherty (3-4, double), Jeremy Penrose (2-3, double) and Chris Hanback (2
"We hit the ball early and our defense played a little better," said Chaffee coach Brian Horrell. "It was nice to get a win and our kids gained a little confidence today.
Chaffee improved to 2-6.
Hanback went the five-inning distance, giving up six runs, four earned, on seven hits with seven strikeouts and one walk.
Chaffee visits Bell City on Monday.
MALDEN -- New Madrid County Central finished second to the host team in the Malden Invitational track and field meet on Tuesday.
Malden took team honors with 154 points to NMCC's 114. NMCC garnered points in 15 of the 18 events.
The Eagles' Jeffrey McFarland was the top point producer with four first-place finishes. McFarland remained undefeated in the 100 and 200 meters, won the 400 meters and anchored the winning 4 x 200 relay team, which included James Bell, T.J. Bevly and Bruce Howard. The 4 x 200 relay team is also undefeated on the season.
In fact, McFarland has tasted defeat only once this season, a second-place finish in the 400 meters behind teammate Eugene Cooper.
NMCC also won the 4 x 400 relay with Bell, Cooper, David Craft and Deionte Farr.
Malden completed the sweep with a team championship on the girls' side. The NMCC girls suffered their first defeat, after winning three meets including twice at Malden and once at Charleston.
Earlier in the season, NMCC defeated Charleston 77-38 in a home dual meet.
NEW MADRID -- New Madrid rallied from an early deficit to defeat Charleston 18-8 on Friday.
NMCC (5-2) fell behind 7-3 in the second inning before staging its comeback.
With starter Brittany Masterson struggling, winning pitcher Karrah Tanner relieved and silenced the Charleston offense.
Tanner gave up one run on two hits with three strikeouts and two walks in four innings.
Mallory Jones, Amelia Porter, Heather Redd and Tanner led the Lady Eagles with two hits apiece.
Patrice Thomas blasted a three-run homer for NMCC.
NMCC travels to Gideon on Monday for at 4 p.m. game.