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East Prairie rallies past Kelly 9-7

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

EAST PRAIRIE -- The East Prairie Eagles scored nine runs in their last three at-bats to defeat Kelly 9-7 on Tuesday.

Kelly trailed 4-0 entering the bottom of the fourth before East Prairie scored three runs to cut the lead to 4-3. East Prairie (9-4) took the lead in the bottom of the fifth for good.

Quincy Ivie was for 4 for 4 with a double and two RBI to lead East Prairie.

Dalton Golightly earned the win on the mound and was also 2 for 2 at the plate.

Matt Proctor was 2 for 4 for Kelly.

Kelly200 230 0 -- 7 6 1
E.P.000 351 X -- 9 12 5

WP -- Dalton Golightly. LP -- Gabe Felter. Multiple hits -- (K) Matt Proctor 2-4; (EP) Quincy Ivie 4-4, Golightly 2-2. 2B -- (K) Felter, Austin Waddlington; (EP) Nathan Maynard, Ryan Mathis, Ivie. 3B -- (EP) Shawn King.

Oran 10, Woodland 0

ORAN -- Oran got a double, home run and five RBI from Kody Moore as the Eagles defeated Woodland 10-0 on Tuesday.

Seth Ressel added four hits for the Eagles as Oran improved to 12-4.

Chance Tenkhoff earned the win while also going 2 for 3 at the plate.

Woodland000 00 -- 0 4 2
Oran124 03 -- 10 9 0

WP -- Chance Tenkhoff. LP -- McCormick. Multiple hits -- (O) Seth Ressel 4-4, Kody Moore 2-2, Tenkhoff 2-3. 2B -- (O) Moore. HR -- (O) Moore.

South Pemiscot 3, Halls, Tenn. 2

HALLS, Tenn. -- The South Pemiscot Bulldogs scored three runs in the fifth inning and held Halls, Tenn., to just two hits in a 3-2 win on Tuesday.

Jacob Trammel allowed just two hits in a complete game win, walking one and striking out three.

Colin Gilmore finished the day 2 for 3 to lead the Bulldogs.

S. Pem.000 030 0 -- 3 7 4
Halls020 000 0 -- 2 2 2

WP -- Jacob Trammel. LP -- Zach Harris. Multiple hits -- (SP) Colin Gilmore 2-3. 2B -- (SP) Austin Wagner.

Scott City 16, Charleston 0

SCOTT CITY -- Taking advantage of 10 hits and seven Charleston errors, the Scott City Rams defeated the Bluejays 16-0 in five innings on Tuesday by the mercy-rule.

Jumping out to a two-run lead in the first, the Rams tacked on four and six run rallies in the second and third frames respectively. Their final four runs came in the fourth.

While picking up the win, starting pitcher Landon added to his own cause with a 3 for 3 performance at the plate that included a triple. Brentt Dirnberger finished the contest 2 for 3.

Scott City now stands at 7-6 on the season.

Charleston 000 00 -- 0 4 7

Scott City 246 4X -- 16 10 0

WP -- Landon Robert. LP -- Maness. 3B -- Robert (SC), Ryan Fortner (SC), Watkins (C). Multiple hits -- Scott City: Robert 3-3, Brett Dirnberger 2-3.

SOFTBALL NMCC 16, Charleston 1

NEW MADRID -- Putting together a 10-run rally in the second, the New Madrid County Central lady Eagles defeated Charleston 16-1 in four innings on the mercy-rule.

NMCC jumped out to a three-run lead in the first before going ahead by as many as 14 after the third frame. The Lady Bluejays scored their lone run in the top of the fourth before a two-run rally by NMCC sealed the run-rule win.

Earning the win was Michaela Townsend, who pitched all four innings and gave up one hits and two walks while striking out 10.

Madison Zuck, Anna Manley and Dallas Campbell had three hits each for the Lady Eagles, including a double and triple by Campbell as she scored three runs.

Charleston0 0 0 1 - 1
NMCC3(10)1 2 - 16

WP -- Michaela Townsend. LP -- Graves. Multiple hitters: (N) Madison Zuck 3-4, Anna Manley 3-3, Dallas Campbell 3-3, Katie Rausch 2-3. 2B -- (N) Campell, Katy Gantner. 3B -- (N) Zuck, Campbell, Rausch.

TENNIS Cape Central 9, Sikeston 0

SIKESTON -- The Cape Central Tigers tennis team downed a depleted Sikeston squad 9-0 on Tuesday.

Sikeston, playing without several varsity players, won only four games in singles and four in doubles in the loss to the Tigers.

"Our younger guys got some great experience today against the best team in the area," said Sikeston coach Russ Dial. "Due to illness and injury, half the varsity line-up couldn't play. Hopefully we'll heal up before district play starts."

Sikeston travels to Dexter today at 4 p.m.

Singles

1. P. Jaramillo (CC) def. Jimmy Hines (S), 8-0

2. Sam Stahly (CC) def. Layton Jones (S), 8-2

3. R. Watts (CC) def. Wade Gadberry (S), 8-0

4. S. Horton (CC) def. Alex Hahn (S), 8-0

5. J. Roop (CC) def. Luis Guerrarra (S), 8-2

Doubles

1. Stahly/Wright (CC) def. Hines/Jones (S), 8-3

2. Jaramillo/Horton (CC) def. Gadberry/Hahn (S), 8-1