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NMCC softball run rules South Pemiscot; Sikeston soccer falls

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

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New Madrid County Central's Michaela Townsend delivers a pitch to a South Pemiscot hitter on Tuesday afternoon in New Madrid. Brent Shipman, Staff
NEW MADRID -- The New Madrid County Central softball team improved to 16-1 with a 16-6 win over South Pemiscot Tuesday.

The Lady Eagles scored 12 runs in the bottom of the second inning to break open a 3-2 game.

Michaela Townsend earned the win, giving up six runs on nine hits while walking none and striking out nine.

Katie Rausch had three hits for NMCC while Madison Zuck, Anna Manley, Meredith Stanley and Emma Karafa all had two.

NMCC will be back in action Thursday when they travel to Senath-Hornersville for a 4:30 p.m. game.

S. Pemiscot2 0 1 30 -- 6
NMCC3(12)0 1x -- 16

WP -- Michaela Townsend. LP -- Faught. Multiple hitters -- (SP) Carrie Shephard 3-3; (N) Katie Rausch 3-4, Madison Zuck 2-3, Anna Manley 2-2, Meredith Stanley 2-3, Emma Karafa 2-2. 2B -- (SP) Shephard 2; (N) Zuck, Rausch, Whitney Williams. 3B -- (N) Caroline Fowler.

BASEBALL South Pemiscot 21, Caruthersville 2

STEELE -- The South Pemiscot Bulldogs scored 12 runs in the third inning and rolled to a 21-2 win over Caruthersville in the first round of the Bootheel Conference Tournament on Tuesday.

Leading 6-2 entering the bottom of the third, South Pemiscot scored 12 runs to put the game out of reach and advanced to tomorrow's semifinals against Kennett at 4 p.m.

Austin Wagner, Logan Carter and John Thomas Laden all had two hits for the Bulldogs who finished with only nine hits. South Pemiscot (8-11) took advantage of six walks and six errors by the Tigers.

Caruthersville11 0 00 -- 2 5 6
S. Pemiscot33(12) 3x -- 21 9 1

WP -- Jacob Trammel. LP -- H. Trevathan. Multiple hitters -- (SP) Austin Wagner 2-3, Logan Carter 2-4, John Thomas Laden 2-3. 2B -- (S) Wagner. 3B -- (C) T. Hendrickson.

SOCCER Farmington 8, Sikeston 1

FARMINGTON -- The Sikeston Lady Bulldogs had a frustrating day Tuesday as they fell to Farmington 8-1 on the road.

Sikeston's Madison Chaney scored the games first goal in the 15th minute with the assist from Natalie Stevens.

Farmington went up 2-1 before the half and piled on six more goals with the wind at their backs in the second.

"They had a gusty wind at their backs in the second half and we had a lot of letdowns that half," Sikeston head coach Doyle Noe said. "It was just a frustrating day, but we'll move past it and get ready for our next one."

Sikeston will host Jackson Thursday at the Sikeston Sports Complex.