(Photo by David Jenkins, Staff)
SIKESTON -- Kelsey Dial posted the only win for the Sikeston Lady Bulldogs tennis team Wednesday against the visiting Dexter Lady Bearcats at Sikeston High School.
Dial defeated Dexter's Baylee Cooper 8-2.
Dexter also won the junior varsity match 6-1.
Results are as followed:
Kelsey Dial (S) def. Baylee Cooper (D), 8-2
Hailee Hubbard (D) def. Martha Neel (S), 8-5
Allison Jarrell (D) def. Geena Hooper (S), 8-4
Makayla Waldner (D) def. Jordan Powell (S), 8-2
Kendra Stevenson (D) def. Emma Ferrell (S), 8-0
Erica Morgan (D) def. Janai Ivory (S), 8-0
Cooper/Hubbard (D) def. Dial/Powell (S), 7-5
Jarell/Stevenson (D) def. Neel/Ivory (S), 8-4
Waldner/Morgan (D) def. Hooper/Ferrell (S), 8-0
Katelyn Frazier (D) def. Ali Price (S), 7-5
Taylor Owens (D) def. Alana Ellis (S), 6-0
Mary Miller (D) def. Julie Braden (S), 6-1
Brianna Roberts (D) def. Ashli Vaught (S), 6-1
Kalee Howard (D) def. Caroline Jackson (S), 6-3
Vaught/Price (S) def. Roberts/Miller (D), 6-1
Owens/Howard (D) def. Braden/Ellis (S), 6-0
KENNETT -- The Charleston Lady Bluejays were defeated by Kennett Wednesday during a 9-0 loss at Kennett. Kennett also won the junior varsity contest, 6-0.
Results are as followed:
Anna Kay Hilburn (K) def. Dazique Gillespie 8-0
Darby Sparks (K) def. Catherine Small 8-1
Kate White (K) def. Gabrielle Brewer 8-0
Kelsey Washburn (K) def. Samantha Risius 8-0
Alexa McPherson (K) def. Alexia Jones 8-0
Kara Heeb (K) def. Madelyn Nally 8-0
Hilburn-Sparks (K) def. Gillespie-Small 8-0
White- Washburn (K) def. Brewer-Jones 8-0
McPherson-Heeb (K) def. Risius-Nally 8-0
Taylor Decker (K) def. Frederica Evans 6-0
Maddie Wood (K) def. Janiquia Kent 6-0
Ally Mowrer (K) def. Savannah Wilkerson 6-0
Sydney Davis (K) def. Evans 6-1
Anna Brooks (K) def. Kent 6-2
Karah Brandt-Carissa Oliver (K) def. Kent-Wilkerson 6-0
PERRYVILLE -- The Scott City Lady Rams fell to the St. Vincent Lady Lady Indians on Thursday, 5-2.
In rallying for two runs in the third innings the Lady Rams were able to take their only lead of the game before the Lady Indians came back to tie things with two runs in the fourth.
St. Vincent jumped ahead for good with a three-run rally in the sixth as they held Scott City scoreless the rest of the way.
Leading the Lady Rams effort was Tana Tetley, who went 2 for 3 on the contest.
Now standing at 1-1, Scott City will begin pool play in the Notre Dame Softballfest today at Kelso against Kelly at 4 p.m.. They'll play Sikeston later in the evening at 7 p.m.