DDD ROUNDUP: Kennett girls tennis team falls to Notre Dame, Campbell baseball team wins again

Photo by Dustin Ward, staff
Kennett’s Carly Winston serves a ball at Notre Dame Tuesday afternoon. Notre Dame edges Kennett 5-4.

KENNETT, Mo. - The Kennett varsity girls tennis team suffered a 5-4 loss to the visiting Notre Dame Bulldogs Tuesday afternoon.

Kennett, which suffered an 8-1 loss to Notre Dame two weeks ago, managed to win two singles and two doubles matches in the second head-to-head meeting with undefeated Notre Dame.

“We had a much better effort today,” Kennett coach Janet Hilburn said. “All the girls were very tenacious and aggressive. I was very proud of the way we played. A win would have been great but I can tell we have improved a lot since the first match of the season against Notre Dame.”

Notre Dame also won five of seven junior varsity matches against Kennett.

Kennett (4-2) hosts Caruthersville Wednesday at 4 p.m.

Notre Dame (5-0) hosts Jackson Wednesday at 4 p.m.

Notre Dame 5, Kennett 4


No. 1 - Anelle Harris (K) def. Claire Bruenderman 8-6

No. 2 - Claire Southard (ND) def. Taylor Hufford 8-4

No. 3 - Megan Gullette (ND) def. Kamryn Jaco 8-0

No. 4 - Anna Stroup (ND) def. Audrey Phillips 8-2

No. 5 - Amina Hussein (ND) def. Molly McClain 8-3

No. 6 - Carly Winston (K) def. Julia Mirgaux 8-7 (7-5)


No. 1 - Harris-Hufford (K) def. Bruenderman-Stroup 8-2

No. 2 - Southard-Gullette (ND) def. Jaco-Phillips 8-5

No. 3 - McClain-Winston (K) def. Mirgaux-Hussein 8-5

Notre Dame 5, Kennett 2


No. 1 - Emma Marshall (ND) def. Malea Lack 6-4

No. 2 - Molly Potts (K) def. Emily Fehr 7-5

No. 3 - Katheryne Moon (ND) def Mary Grace Collins 7-5

No. 4 - Laney Lack (K) def. Brigid Burke 6-2

No. 5 - Jasmin Maisuria (ND) def. Giselle Garcia 7-5


No. 1 - Marshall/Fehr (ND) def. Kyeriss Nunnery-Julia Mitchell 6-1

No. 2 - Moon/Burke (ND) def. Alyssa Nunnery-Alison Arnett 6-2


Campbell 4, Bernie 0

CAMPBELL, Mo. - The Campbell Camels baseball team scored a run in the second, two runs in the fifth, and one run in the sixth as it beat the visiting Bernie Mules 4-0 Tuesday.

Jacob Vines pitched six scoreless innings for Campbell. He allowed one hit, struck out four, and walked zero.

Skylar Morrison pitched a scoreless seventh inning for Campbell. He retired all three hitters he faced, striking out one.

Garrett Henderson finished 2 for 3 with a team-high two RBIs for Campbell. Luke Weidenbenner also collected an RBI for Campbell (8-1).

Campbell (8-1) visits East Carter County Thursday.

South Pemiscot 17, Senath-Hornersville 2

The South Pemiscot baseball team scored at least four runs in four of the five innings it batted as it won at Senath-Hornersville 17-2 in five innings Thursday.

Steve Henley finished 3 for 4 with two doubles. He recorded a team-high five RBIs for South Pemiscot. Beau Rinehart had three RBIs, Luke Southern had two RBIs, Ashton Thompson had one RBI, Ross Russell had one RBI, and Trey Fikes had one RBI for South Pemiscot.

Thompson allowed one earned run in three innings of work, Grant Payne allowed one unearned run in one inning pitched, and Henley allowed no runs in one inning pitched for South Pemiscot.

Noah Cunningham drove home a run for Senath-Hornersville.

Senath-Hornersville (1-6) hosts Bloomfield Thursday.

South Pemiscot (8-1) visits Risco Friday.

Cooter 8, Advance 2

ADVANCE, Mo. - The Cooter Wildcats baseball team scored one run in the top of the second, one run in the fifth, and six runs in the top of the sixth inning to jump ahead of Advance 8-0 Tuesday.

Advanced responded with two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning but Cooter hung on for an 8-2 road victory.

Cooter No. 3 hitter Jacob Watkins finished 2 for 4 with a double and team-high four RBIs. No. 2 hitter Lane McLevain and No. 7 hitter Luke Barnes also had one RBI for Cooter.

Layton Robinson pitched the first 4 2/3 innings for Cooter. He allowed no runs, two hits, struck out five, and walked one.

Cooter (14-1) visits defending Class 2 state champion Ellington Wednesday before hosting Holcomb Thursday.

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