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SHS wrestlers win dual tourney

Monday, December 7, 2009

NMCC girls earn third place in Bulldog Classic over weekend

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ST. LOUIS -- The Sikeston wrestling team took first place in the Principia Dual Tournament on Saturday.

Sikeston finished with 250 points after five duals and went 5-0 to take first place, including a 58-24 win over Notre Dame. Missouri Military Academy finished second while Prinicipia was third.

"We wrestled much better (Saturday)," said Sikeston coach Seth Harrell. "We were able to correct some things in practice (Friday) and that helped us improveas a team.

"We are very happy with how we competed and we look forward to continuing that against Cape and Carbondale on Wednesday at our place."

Sikeston individual results:

103 -- Cody Middleton 5-0

112 -- Blake Angle 5-0

119 -- Jacob Stinnett 5-0

125 -- Terrance Dorcey 5-0

130 -- Austin Curtis 5-0

135 -- Dustin Wells 5-0

140 -- Kenton Robinson 5-0

140 -- Lee Smith 0-3

145 -- Dustin Ruby 5-0

152 -- Tyrone Webb 4-1

160 -- Greg Hale 1-2

189 -- Austin Henson 4-1

215 -- Jakhil Valentine 4-1

285 -- Josh Carlyle 5-0

285 -- Ben Walker 1-0

Girls Basketball

Farmington Tournament

FARMINGTON -- The Dexter Lady Bearcats' early season struggles continued on Saturday, falling to Oakville 63-30 in the seventh place game.

Oakville jumped out to a 17-2 lead in the first quarter and led 34-16 at halftime. The Lady Tigers put the game away in the third quarter, leading 56-22 after the frame.

Dexter (0-3) had trouble with the Oakville defensive pressure, turning the ball over many times as the Lady Tigers had 24 steals.

Dexter is back in action tonight when they host Senath-Hornersville.

Bulldog Classic

GIDEON -- The New Madrid County Central Lady Eagles took third place in the Bulldog Classic Saturday.

NMCC (2-1) rolled past South Pemiscot 59-20 to earn the third place trophy. Portageville (1-2) won the seventh place game by virtue of a Caruthersville forfeit.

Malden defeated Campbell for fifth place 55-48 while Kennett won the tournament with a 63-54 win over Senath-Hornersville.