SD ROUNDUP: Sikeston girls tennis team wins second match over Charleston

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

SIKESTON – The Sikeston girls tennis team won their second match of the year 7-2 over visiting Charleston Tuesday at Sikeston High School.

The Bulldogs won five singles matches and two doubles matches to bring home the win.

Coreyanna Frazier was Charleston’s lone winner in the singles matches, taking down fellow No. 1 player Clair Hamlin 8-5.

Frazier teamed up with De’quilla Williams to win a doubles match as well against Hamlin and Reagan Collins 8-8 with a 7-2 tiebreaker.

Sikeston (2-3) will take part in the Kennett Invitational Tournament beginning Saturday while Charleston (0-4) will be at Jackson on Thursday.


No. 1 – Coreyanna Frazier (C) def. Clair Hamlin (S) 8-5

No. 2 – Malyn Hodges (S) def. Zakryah Curtis (C) 8-3

No. 3 – Mackenzie Alsup (S) def. De’quilla Williams (C) 8-1

No. 4 – Reagan Collins (S) def. Zakiya Wilson (C) 8-6

No. 5 – T’Kaila Freeman (S) def. R. Smith (C) 8-4

No. 6 – Alyssa Hillis (S) def. T. Smith (C) 8-5


No. 1 – Frazier/Williams (C) def. Hamlin/Collins (S) 8-8 (7-2)

No. 2 – Hodges/Alsup (S) def. Curtis/Wilson (C) 8-1

No. 3 – Freeman/Hillis (S) def. Smith/Smith (C) 8-3

JV – Tied 2-2.


Sikeston 2, Puxico 0

PUXICO, Mo. – Zaria Blissett had nine kills while Annie Ensor racked up 17 assists during Sikeston’s two-set win over Puxico Tuesday on the road, 25-13 and 25-15.

Emily McHaffie added five kills and one ace, Olivia Nash had four kills, Morgan Merrill had three kills and Adrianna Jackson chipped in seven aces for the Bulldogs.

Sikeston (2-3) will host Poplar Bluff Thursday.

Leopold 2, Oran 0

LEOPOLD, Mo. – The Eagles are still winless after losing 25-20, 25-18 to Leopold Tuesday on the road.

Oran (0-4) will be on the road for the fifth-straight game when they take on New Madrid County Central on Thursday.

No other information was provided.


Cape Central 3, Sikeston 1

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – Adam Comstock provided a goal but the Bulldogs fell to their district and conference rival Cape Central Tuesday on the road.

The game was tied at 1-all until the 77th minute, when the Tigers (6-4, 1-0 SEMO Conference) punched two goals in to seal it.

Comstock’s goal was assisted by Jeffery Thornbrough

Sikeston (3-7, 0-1) will host Perryville Wednesday at the Sikeston Sports Complex.


Sikeston 5, Cape Central 2

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. — Kylie Noe belted a triple, a double and scored four runs to lead the Bulldogs past the Tigers in the conference victory.

Emma Drury went the distance in the circle to get the win for Sikeston (5-4, 1-1 SEMO Conference). She allowed two unearned runs and hurled 11 strikeouts and walked three.

Naudia Lazcano added two RBIs for the Bulldogs, who also got a double from Abbey Cooper.

Valerie Greenley was the losing pitcher and also doubled to pace Cape Central (1-9, 0-2). She tossed a complete game and gave up three earned runs with five strikeouts and one walk.

Sikeston is back on its home field today when it battles Doniphan.

Sikeston200 020 1 – 5 9 1
Cape Central000 020 0 – 2 6 3

WP — Emma Drury. LP — Valerie Greenley. 3B — Kylie Noe (S). 2B — Greenley (C), Abbey Cooper (S), Noe (S). Multiple hits — Sikeston: Naudia Lazcano 2-4, Noe 3-4.


Oran 12, Leopold 2

ORAN, Mo. — Cole Priggel smacked a home run and batted in three runs as the Eagles flew to their ninth consecutive win of the fall season in the six-inning rout of the Wildcats.

Drew Reischman went four innings on the mound to get the win for Oran (9-0). he gave up one unearned run on two hits with four strikeouts and two walks.

Clay Sauceda added a double and two RBIs for the Eagles.

Ryan Lewis was the losing pitcher for Leopold (1-1). He threw three innings and surrendered six earned runs on eight hits. He had no strikeouts and walked no batters.

Oran travels to Bell City on Thursday.

Leopold100 010 – 2 3 1
Oran321 321 – 12 14 0

WP — Drew Reischman. LP — Ryan Lewis. HR — Cole Priggel (O). 2B — Layne Johnson (O), Clay Sauceda (O), Jacob Shoemaker (O). Multiple hits — Oran: Denver Elfrink 2-4, Johnson 2-3, Priggel 3-3, Sauceda 2-4.

Bell City 7, Greenville 2

GREENVILLE, Mo. — Andrew Hicks hit a double and drove in two runs to help lead the Cubs to victory over the Bears.

Luke Nichols pitched five innings to catch the win for Bell City (5-4). He gave up no runs on three hits and recorded eight strikeouts and five walks.

Jason Paul Bratton lasted four innings on the mound to be checked with the loss for Greenville (0-3). He allowed three unearned runs on two hits and tallied six strikeouts and two walks.

Bell City hosts Cooter (9-1) today and then welcomes undefeated Oran (9-0) to town on Thursday.

Bell City002 113 0 – 7 7 2
Greenville000 002 0 – 2 6 9

WP — Luke Nichols. LP — J.P. Bratton. 2B — Andrew Hicks (BC), Warren Willard (G). Multiple hits — Bell City; Chase Dembowski 2-4; Greenville: Jack Becker 2-3.


Jackson 16, Sikeston 2

SIKESTON – The JV Bulldogs fell to 1-1 on the year.

Drew Rodgers picked up a safety in the second quarter to give Sikeston a short-lived lead.

Two minutes later, Jackson completed a 72-yard pass and ran in the two-point conversion for an 8-2 advantage.

The Indians added another score, a 21-yard run and another two-point run in the fourth, to seal the win.

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