EAST PRAIRIE -- The Chaffee Red Devils ended the regular season with a 21-3 record after downing East Prairie 9-1 on Tuesday.
Chaffee got a dominant pitching performance from Cody Payne who tossed a complete game, striking out 14 and allowing just one unearned run.
|Chaffee||001 132 2 -- 9|
|East Prairie||000 100 0 -- 1|
WP -- Cody Payne. LP -- Zack Downing. Multiple hitters -- (C) Daniel Dooley 3-3, Payne 2-5, Trevor Cannon 2-5, Alex Davie 2-5, Cody Johnson 2-5, Layton Tenkhoff 3-4. 2B -- (C) Dooley, Payne, Cannon, Alex Crowe; (EP) Ryan Mathis. HR -- (C) Davie.
BENTON -- The Scott City Rams took care of the Kelly Hawks 13-2 Tuesday at Kelly High School.
Landon Robert picked up the win for Scott City.
Hunter Cox had four hits for the Rams, who combined for 17 hits. Travis Phillips and Jonathan McFall added three hits.
Scott City (12-8) got to Kelly ace Ian Householder early scoring seven runs in the first four innings.
|Scott City||121 310 1 -- 13 17 2|
|Kelly||010 000 1 -- 2 5 4|
WP -- Landon Robert. LP -- Ian Householder. 2B -- (SC) Travis Philips 2, Austin
Atchley. Multiple hitters -- (SC) Phillips 3-5, Robert 2-5, Atchley 2-4, Heath Pobst 2-4, Hunter Cox 4-5, Jonathan McFall 3-3.
CAPE GIRARDEAU -- The Sikeston Lady Bulldogs lost a thriller Tuesday at the hands of Cape Central, 4-3 in double overtime.
Sikeston's leading scorer, Madison Chaney had a hat trick by scoring all three of Sikeston's goals but the Lady Bulldogs couldn't hold back Cape Central late.
"It was a very exciting game to watch with a lot of answering," Sikeston head coach Doyle Noe said. "It was a promising game for us. We possessed the ball and both teams seemed to answer one another."
Chaney scored Sikeston's first goal in the 15th minute, but the Lady Tigers scored three minutes later to knot it up. Chaney scored again in the 28th minute and Cape Central answered once more three minutes later to go into halftime tied at 2-2.
Cape Central took the lead with 10 minutes remaining in regulation off a penalty kick, but Chaney scored her third goal of the night in the 75th minute to tie it once more.
One minute into the second overtime, Cape Central ended it.
"Chaney was everywhere," Noe said. "They couldn't mark her and she played really well."
Noe was also impressed with his defense, although they gave up four goals, especially his keeper, Annie Ramey.
Sikeston will play their final game of the regular season Thursday when they host Fredericktown.