DEXTER -- The Dexter Bearcats scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and got past visiting Oran 8-5 on Tuesday.
The Bearcats took advantage of five Oran errors while committing only one of their own.
Brad Potts had two hits to lead Dexter (2-1) while Alex Cliff had a two-run home run in the first inning.
Kody Moore had two hits for Oran (2-1).
|Oran||000 023 0 -- 5 5 5|
|Dexter||202 004 X -- 8 6 1|
WP -- Alex Cliff. LP -- Seth Ressel. Multiple hitters -- (O) Kody Moore 2-3; (D) Brad Potts 2-3. 2B -- (D) Jordan Miller. HR -- (D) Cliff.
CHARLESTON -- The New Madrid County Central Eagles scored seven runs in the second inning and earned a road win over Charleston 10-3 on Tuesday.
NMCC (2-0) pounded out 13 hits, with Tim Clayton leading the way, finishing 3 for 4 with a double. Denton Daugherty was 2 for 4 with 3 RBI and a double.
Kyle Harris earned the win, pitching all seven innings while allowing three earned runs on six hits and four walks with seven strike outs.
|NMCC||070 010 2 -- 10 13 3|
|Charleston||010 001 1 -- 3 6 2|
WP -- Kyle Harris. Multiple hitters-- (N) Tim Clayton 3-4, Denton Daugherty 2-4, Jayshawn McDaniel 2-4, Jimmy Ash 2-5. 2B -- (N) Harris, Daugherty, Clayton.
STEELE -- South Pemiscot fell to 0-2 on the season with a 5-3 home loss to Malden on Tuesday.
South Pemiscot got two hits apiece from Austin Wagner and Logan Carter off Green Wave starter Dylan Earnheart.
Wagner was saddled with the loss, striking out seven batters in four innings.
|Malden||000 113 0 -- 5 6 3|
|S. Pemiscot||000 003 0 -- 3 5 2|
WP -- Dylan Earnheart. LP -- Austin Wagner. S -- Tanner Murphy. Multiple hitters -- (M) Murphy 2-4, E.J. Stanley 2-4; (S) Wagner 2-3, Logan Carter 2-4. HR -- (M) Murphy.
RISCO -- The Risco Tigers rattled off their fourth straight win Tuesday easily dispatching Hayti 15-1 in five innings.
The Tigers pounded out 12 hits and scored all of their runs in the first three innings.
"We got timely hits and that's always huge," Risco head coach Brandon Blankenship said. "We didn't strand guys and we hit up and down our lineup. We're getting production throughout."
Caleb McCord drove in five runs with two hits, including a double. Matt Cumins had two doubles and four RBIs while Jordon Pavy and Eric Bennett had two hits as well.
Luke Bixler picked up the win after two innings on the mound. He allowed one hit and two walks while striking out three.
Risco (4-0) will travel to Campbell on Thursday.
|Hayti||001 00 -- 1 5 4|
|Risco||447 0x -- 15 12 1|
WP -- Luke Bixler. LP -- Gardner. 2B -- (H) Brasher. (R) Caleb McCord, Matt Cumins 2. 3B -- (R) Chris Pavy. Multiple hitters -- (H) Nesiler. (R) Jordon Pavy 2-4, McCord 2-4, Cumins 2-2, Eric Bennett 2-3.
CAPE GIRARDEAU -- The Sikeston golf team finished second in a triad against Cape Central and Doniphan Tuesday at the Cape Girardeau Country Club.
Sikeston, who are 4-1 in regular matches so far, had a team score of 156. Cape Central won the match with a 152 and Doniphan carded a 205.
Sikeston's Evan Deere and Gabe Wheeler led the Bulldogs with 37's. Ben Murray scored a 40, Conor MacGillivray had a 42, Kirk Hoggatt had a 44 and Connor Landers scored a 45.
"We're getting better," Sikeston golf coach Andy McGill said. "Our scores are down and we can see improvement in all our scores."
KENNETT -- The Kelly Hawks' golf team won their triad on Tuesday at the Kennett Country Club with a combined score of 179.
Kennett came in second at 207 while Caruthersville shot a combined 228.
Leading the Hawks' performance was Derrick Garner with a 36-shot round. Jacob Buell was second on the team with a score of 43 while Brandon Housman and Josh Roberts shot a 48 and 52 respectively.
Rounding out Kelly's efforts was Jacob Riley shooting 57 and Nathan Haney with a 63.
SIKESTON -- The Sikeston Junior High track and field teams split a dual meet with Cape Central on Monday, with the girls winning 66-58 while the boys dropped a 70-53 decision.
"I am very happy with the way the girls performed yesterday and excited for the potential they have for a good season." said Sikeston coach Jon Johnson. "We have a few girls that get a late start after volleyball season that will only help us down the road.
"The boys fought hard, we just had a couple of events we got swept in and that was the difference in the score. It was our first meet and we have a little work to do as far as coaches getting the kids in the right spots where they can be successful and kids getting in track shape. We will get better and continue working on our goal of winning Conference."
While no individual results were available, Johnson praised his distance runners.
"The one thing we have this year that we haven't had is a number of good distance runners(both boys and girls)...if we can keep getting points out of them we will be fine," Johnson said.