"Today we found out there is a huge amount of room for improvement in all areas of our game," said Sikeston coach Russ Dial. "The lack of experience was evident in our play.
"I was very pleased with the effort our guys gave and that was the one bright spot today."
The Sikeston junior varsity lost as well, 8-0.
1. Pablo Cuartos (M) def. Jacob Alsup (S), 8-1
2. Trent Purnell (M) def. Josh Bill (S), 3-0 injury
3. Sonny Perry (M) def. James Hines (S), 8-0
4. Alex Byrne (M) def. Will Hamlin (S), 8-1
5. Daniel Robinson (M) def. Ben Priday (S), 8-4
6. Luke O'Neil (M) def. Brandon Goodwin (S), 8-0
1. Cuartos/O'Neil (M) def. Alsup/Bill (S), 8-2
2. Purnell/Perry (M) def. Hines/Hamlin (S), 8-1
3. Byrne/Ray (M) def. Priday/Goodwin (S), 8-0
7. Phelps (M) def. Alexander Hahn (S), 5-2
8. Allen (M) def. Devon Martin (S), 6-2
9. Frick (M) def. Giovanni Walker (S), 6-1
10. Atkisson (M) def. Wesley Kelly (S), 6-4
11. Woodard (M) def. Gadberry (S), 6-0
Robinson/Dalton (M) def. Hahn/Martin (S), 6-0
Holst/Wilson (M) def. Walker/Kelly (S), 6-0
Johnson/Fox (M) def. Gadberry/Goodwin (S), 6-3