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Roundup: Sikeston teams roll in junior high relay meet

Friday, April 21, 2006

Sikeston golfer Dakota Trevino attempts a putt.
SIKESTON -- The Sikeston Junior High School Relays were held on Thursday evening at Sikeston Public Schools Stadium.

Ten different schools represented the seventh and eighth grade level while six freshmen teams made the trip to Sikeston.

Sikeston's seventh and eighth grade boys dominated the meet, medaling in the top three in eight of the 13 events, including four first place finishes.

Sikeston's seventh and eighth grade girls also had a strong day, with four first place finishes and a pair of thirds.

The Sikeston freshman team had one first, two seconds and two thirds.

Sikeston's eighth grade 4 x 100 meter relay and 4 x 200 meter relay teams, comprised of Dwayne Harris, Jarian Wims, C.J. Council and Eli Jackson, remained undefeated in both events this season.

Sikeston's eighth grade boys also won the sprint medley relay and the long jump relay.

The Bulldogs took second in the hurdle relay, throwers relay and shot put relay. They took third in the 4 x 400 meter relay.

On the girls side, Sikeston's eighth grade 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 meter relay teams, comprised of Mykeisha Jackson, Jasmine Lane, Camry Davis and Vonteria Applewhite also remained undefeated this season.

Sikeston's girls also took third in the hurdle relay and the 4 x 400 meter relay.

Sikeston's freshman team captured first in the long jump relay and placed second in both the 4 x 200 meter relay and the pole vault relay.

The Bulldogs took third in the 4 x 100 meter relay and the discus relay.

Earlier this week, Sikeston's eighth grade boys and girls teams competed in the Poplar Bluff Invitational.

Sikeston's boys had five individual first place performers and both speed relay teams captured first as well.

On the girls side, Sikeston had one first place individual while taking first in both speed relays. Complete Sikeston results from the Poplar Bluff Invitational can be found in the scoreboard on page 10.


SIKESTON -- The Sikeston golfers come on strong against the Malden Green Wave on Thursday, winning 158 to 192 at the Sikeston Country Club.

"I have said this team has potential and today was a step in the right direction," said Sikeston coach Rick Oetting. "Our medalist was Dakota Trevino shooting even par 35. He kept his head in the game all day and never let a missed shot stop him from making a great shot on the next effort."

Bill Green and Jared Kruger turned in 39s while De Bizzell finished with a 45.

"There is still room for improvement but anytime a team can shoot under 160 they have done well," said Oetting. "The next two weeks are crucial to the season. This is the time to show that practice and hard work has been paying off. With a little more team improvement we will be where we need to be for district."

The next outing for the Bulldogs will be hosting a 14-team invitational four ball tournament on Monday.

Central senior golfer Blake Driskell blazed through the Cape Girardeau Country Club course, shooting a 4-under-par 31 to help the Tigers post a 1-

under-par 139 as a team Thursday in a three-team meet with Jackson and New Madrid County Central.

"I've been doing this for 30 years and it's the first time I've had a team shoot under par," Central coach Dick Wadlington said.

Wadlington said Driskell's 31 was the lowest score ever posted by a Tigers player at the Cape Girardeau Country Club.

Zach Kluesner was right behind Driskell with a 34, and Robert Kaverman and Kirk Lohmann each shot a 37.

Jack Connell also got under 40 with a 39. Gabe Sauer led the Indians with an even-par 35 as Jackson shot a 152.

T.J. Smith shot a 37, and Josh Wheeler and A.J. Balsman each shot a 40. New Madrid County Central finished with a 186.


Luke Crader had a bases-loaded single with two outs in the fifth inning and Jackson won at home behind the three-hit pitching of Logan Lawson.

Crader, who had two of Jackson's four hits, singled after Poplar Bluff scored its only run in the top of the inning.

Lawson went all seven innings and struck out five and walked four.

Jackson improved to 8-7 overall and 5-4 in the SEMO Conference.

Notre Dame got the better of Kelly in the sixth inning and hung on for a road win.

The victory marked Notre Dame coach Jeff Graviett's 150th win in seven seasons with the Bulldogs, who improved to 11-4 overall and 6-3 in the SEMO Conference.

Anthony Wulfers earned his fourth win on the mound, allowing four hits and three earned runs in six innings.

Shane Menz pitched a one-hit seventh inning for the save. Jordan Felter led Kelly with two hits.

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WP -- Anthony Wulfers, 4-0. LP -- Caleb Daughettee. 2B -- Johnathon Simpher (K), Lee (K). Multiple hits -- Kelly, Jordan Felter 2-4. Records -- Notre Dame 11-4.

Blaine Stewart and Chris Wright knocked in four runs each to lead Bell City on the road. Stewart had three hits, including a triple and a three-run home run, and Wright had two hits.

Nick Niemczyk added a double and a triple for the Cubs (7-2). Dale Long went 3-for-4 with a double and a homer for Woodland (4-8), and Andrew Wagoner added three hits.

Delta managed seven runs off just four hits and picked up its second win. Tyler Martin earned the victory on the mound for the Bobcats (2-7).

Kyle Conley and Trevin Taylor each had two hits for Zalma.