POPLAR BLUFF -- The New Madrid County Central baseball team won on the road Tuesday, with a 14-2 thrashing over the host Poplar Bluff Mules.
NMCC recorded 14 hits as a team and were led by Dylan Harris who went 2-
for-3 with a triple and 3 RBIs. Thomas Higgerson drove in two runs with a double and Matt Whitehead had two hits, including a double and drove in one run for the Eagles.
In his first outing of the year on the mound, Trey Sullenger picked up the win for the Eagles going five innings, gave up four hits and struckout two.
NMCC (7-5) hosts the Dexter Bearcats today at 4 p.m.
SCOTT CITY -- The Charleston Bluejays baseball team dropped a road contest on Tuesday afternoon, losing 8-1 at the Scott City Rams.
Charleston allowed eight runs on only one hit. The Bluejays committed seven errors in the contest and walked 11 Ram batters.
Chase McClendon drove in the only run for Charleston. Josh Marshall picked up the loss pitching six innings, only one earned run and struckout seven.
Andy Stephens notched the win for Scott City.
Charleston (5-11) hosts Puxico on Thursday at 4 p.m.
The Oran Eagles baseball team defeated the visiting Woodland Cardinals on Tuesday, 6-2.
Austin Dumey led the offensive charge for the Eagles going 3-for-3 with a home run and a triple. Chris Asmus and Kody Campbell had two hits apiece, each had a double for Oran.
Oran (14-4) travels to Saxony Lutheran on Thursday at 4 p.m.
The Chaffee Red Devils baseball team blanked Oak Ridge 19-0, on the road Tuesday.
Jerrod and Josh Steger led the charge for Chaffee, getting three and two hits respectively for the Red Devils.
Jerrod Steger tripled, while Adam Horton and Michael Lee garnered doubles for Chaffee.
Chris Hanbeck and Aaron Horrell combined to pitch a no-hitter for Chaffee.
Chaffee (8-8) travels to Dexter on Thursday at 4 p.m. to take on the Bearcats in first round action of the SEMO Conference Tournament.
PORTAGEVILLE -- After a scoreless first inning the Portageville Lady Bulldogs bats caught fire in the bottom of the second and the Portageville team was on it's way to a 11-0 five inning blowout of the previously undefeated Kennett Lady Indians.
Rebecca Cayton lead the hitting barrage for the Lady Bulldogs in the second with a single to center. Lauren Kellams advanced her with a single of her own. Mary Hannah Fisher loaded the bases with a single through the infield. Nicole Branch collected 2 RBIs with another single to right field.
Katlyn Underwood hit another sharp single to center and plated another Portageville run. With the bases still loaded DeAnna Deere plated three more runs with a screamer to left field. That ran the score to 6-0 after 2 inning. That would be more than enough for the Bulldogs who would add five in the fifth to enforce the ten run rule. Portageville was victorious, 11 - 0.
On the mound for the Bulldogs, DeAnna Deer struck out 13 batters of the 16 she faced allowing one hit and no walks. This was Deere's sixth shut-out effort on the season.
Portageville returns to action on Thursday at Hayti at 4 p.m.
SIKESTON -- The Sikeston tennis team improved to 7-2 on the season with a 9-0 win against Kennett on Tuesday.
Here are the results from Tuesday's matches.
1. Chris Matthews def Dustin Sullivan, 9-7
2. Logan Hampton def Jason Garner, 8-1
3. Clayton Matthews def. Justin Coleman, 8-1
4. Sam Zhao def. Sha Ehrhardt, 8-3
5. Justin Deere def. Jake Vavak, 8-3
6. Andrew Powell def Zack Starnes, 8-3
Clay Matthews/Zhao def. Garner/Ehrhardt, 8-1
Ch. Matthews/Hampton def. Sullivan/Coleman, 8-1
Powell/Charlie Jones def. Starnes/Vavak, 8-3
Charlie Jones, Craig Millington, Grant Ingram, Tyler Wallace, Seth Colwick, Adam Martin, Blaze Schrieber, Deere/Millington in doubles, Ingram/Wallace in doubles, Martin/Colwick in doubles.
PERRYVILLE -- The Sikeston Lady Bulldogs soccer team fell on the road at Perryville Tuesday night, 2-0 to the Lady Pirates.
After a scoreless first half, Perryville's Amber Hacker scored the first goal of the game at 62:00 on a free kick.
The Lady Pirates put the game out of reach at the 71:00 mark on a goal by Chelsea Marr, assisted by Hacker.
Sikeston was only outshot by two, 18-16 in the contest. Paige Silverthorn was back in goal for the Lady Bulldogs and recorded 16 saves.
"It's the third time we've played them and our third loss to them," said Sikeston head coach Derrick Long. "But each game has been close. We had some chances, but didn't finish. Towards the end of the game we started getting a little lazy and they capitalized on our mistakes."
In the junior varsity game, Sikeston and Perryville ended in a 0-0 tie. The JV Lady Bulldogs have a record of 2-2-1.
Sikeston (7-10) hosts Notre Dame today at 5 p.m.