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Oran, Scott Central earn wins

Friday, April 1, 2011

Sikeston golfers lose by one stroke


ORAN -- Picking up their third straight win to start the season, the Oran Eagles defeated Dexter 13-1 in five innings on the mercy rule.

Going 2 for 3, Tyler Heuring hit a grand slam for the Eagles while Kody Moore went 3 for 3 with a home run and a double.

Picking up the win, Zac Chasteen went four innings, allowing one run on two hits while striking out three.

Oran will look to stay perfect when they travel to Leopold tomorrow where they will play the Wildcats at 4 p.m.

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WP -- Zac Chasteen. LP -- Owen Flowers. 2B -- (O) Kody Moore. HR -- (O) Kody Moore Tyler Heuring.

Scott Central 4, Bloomfield 2

BLOOMFIELD -- Lifted by a three run rally in the sixth, Scott County Central overcame a one run deficit Thursday to beat the Bloomfield Wildcats 4-2.

Leading the Braves on offense, Josh Boese went 2 for 3 with a double while scoring two runs. Dustin Johnson and Kamryn Johnson contributed a double apiece to Scott Central's cause.

Earning the win, Ben Freed went the full seven innings, allowing two hits on 74 pitches while striking out 11.

"Ben threw and excellent game," Braves coach Matt Limbaugh said. "He showed good command, kept the ball down and made the defense work."

Taking the loss for Bloomfield, Paul Fox pitched a complete game.

Next up, Scott Central (1-0) will host Egyptian today at 4 p.m.

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WP -- Ben Freed. LP -- Paul Fox. 2B -- (S) Josh Boese, Dustin Johnson, Kamryn Johnson.


Cape Central 162, Sikeston 163

CAPE GIRARDEAU -- The Sikeston golf team lost by one stroke to the Cape Central Tigers on Thursday, 162-163.

"It was a good match," Sikeston golf coach Andy McGill said. "It was a little bit colder but we played well."

Evan Deere and Conor MacGillivray led the Bulldogs by each of them shooting a 39. Kirk Hoggatt chipped in a 41 while Conner Landers shot a 44. Ben Murray and Caleb Hampton shot a 47 and 51 respectively.

"We're getting better," said McGill. "Our team scores are going lower and lower. Hopefully we can continue that."

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