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High school roundup: Chism’s no-hitter leads Central past Affton

Central senior Matt Chism threw a no-hitter in a 12-1 win over Affton in a game played at the VFW Stadium in Sikeston on Saturday afternoon. The no-hitter was the first for the Tigers since 2005.

Chism did surrender an unearned run in the first inning when the Tiger’s shortstop made an error allowing a base runner, who walked earlier in the inning, to score easily from third. Chism was in command the rest of the way, striking out 12 batters and walking four in seven innings.

Chase Hagerty went 4 for 4 for the Tigers. He had two doubles, two singles and three RBIs in the win.

Central (7-12) did not have as much like in Game 2 of the day, giving up 13 hits and 11 runs in an 11-7 loss to Sikeston (7-7).

WP — Matt Chism. LP –Deane. 3B — Landon Mills (C). 2B — Chase Hagerty (C) (2). Multiple hits — Central: Brock Bayugher 3-3, Chase Hagerty 4-4. Records — Central 7-11.

WP — Jacob Clark 5 ip 4 hits 2 earned 4 ks 5bb. LP — Chase Hagerty. 2B — Trevor Propst (C), Hampton (S). Multiple hits — Central: Ryan Tegel 2-3. Sikeston: Hoy 2-5, Kennard 3-4, Wolferding 2-4. Records — Sikeston 7-7, Central 7-12.

Josh Haggerty had a triple and three RBIs as Notre Dame (15-1) defeated Triad (Ill.) at home on Saturday as part of the Notre Dame Showcase.

Triad scored all five of its runs in the first inning, forcing the Bulldogs to go to their bullpen. Dean Crippen picked up the win, striking out one batter and walking one in two innings of work. Josh Jansen went 2 for 3 with the Bulldogs only double of the game.

WP — Dean Crippen 2 innings 1 k 1 bb. LP — Johnson. 3B — Josh Haggerty . 2B — Josh Jansen (ND), Rosenthal (T), Johnson (T). Multiple hits — Notre Dame: Haggerty 3-4, Josh Jansen 2-3. Records — Notre Dame 15-1.

Josh Haggerty picked up the win in Notre Dame’s second game of the day.

He went the distance striking out seven and allowing Crocket County just one run on three hits.

Josh Jansen and Griffin Seibert went 2 for 3 with an RBI in the Bulldogs win.

WP — Josh Haggerty. LP — Sherrod. 2B — Griffin Seibert. Multiple hits — Notre Dame: Griffin Seibert 2-3, Josh Jansen 2-3. Records — Notre Dame 15-1.

Jackson’s Jarret Hutchinson had five RBIs, including a grand slam, to lead the Indians over Shawnee (Ill.) at home.

Hutchinson had a double later in the game and finished 2 for 3.

Jackson starting pitcher Tyler Slinkard went 6 2/3 innings to earn the win.

Slinkard gave up three earned runs on eight hits, walked one and struck out one.

WP — Tyler Slinkard. LP — Dylan Boston. HR — Austin Traace (S), Jarret Hutchinson (J). 3B — Landon Mills. 2B — Josh Garber, Landon Mills, Dante Vandeven, Jarret Hutchinson. Multiple hits — Shawnee: Dylan Boston 2-3, Austin Trace 3-3, Nick Crane 2-3; Jackson: Josh Garber 2-4, Landon Mills 2-3, Jarret Hutchinson 2-3. Records — Shawnee 13-3, Jackson 8-13.

Jackson’s Dylan Rush and Dakota Maddox swept the top two spots in the boys pole vault at the Cape Central Invitational.

Rush cleared 15 feet, 6 inches while Maddox’s was second at 14 feet.

On the girls side, Jackson also swept in the pole vault.

Sierra Maddox placed first with a height of 12-6 while Shannon Davis finished second at 10-6.

Rush and Sierra Maddox are ranked first in the state in the pole vault.

Jackson’s Blake Reiman took first in the boys long jump and high jump. His jump of 20-3 was an inch better than Union’s second place finisher, Ryan Schumaker. Rieman tied with Mehlville’s Matt Mik in the high jump. Both had jumps of 5-10.

Jackson freshman Carli Knott won the 200-meter dash with a time of 27.50 seconds.

Knott and teammates Ana Compton, Chelsea Drum and Taylor Winnick won the 4 x 800-meter relay with a time of 9:46.09, beating out Parkway Central by more than 30 seconds.

Jackson’s Jack Jeffers took the 800-meter race with a time of 2:02.49.

Drum also won the 800 and 1600-meter dashes. She finished with a time of 2:25.62 in the 800 and a 5:20.50 finish in the 1600.

The Jackson boys and girls both finished first in team standings.

Girls

Team Scores — 1. Jackson 148; 2. Union 121.5; 3. Poplar Bluff 100; Parkway Central 92.5; 5. Sikeston 85.5; 6. Murphysboro 47.5; 7. Mehlville 47; 8. Central 46.5; 9. Scott City 9.5.

100 meter dash — 1. Karlie Peth (U) 13.20; 2. Alyssa Kimmich (J) 13.50; 3. Brandy Peet (S) 13.58.

200 meter dash — 1. Carli Knott (J) 27.50; 2. Brandy Peet (S) 27.55; 3. Theresa Zehnle (M) 27.95.

400 meter dash — 1. Alexis Boyd (S) 1:00.80; Theresa Zehnle (M) 1:02.84; 3. Ailena Stovall (S) 1:02.94.

800 meter run — 1. Chelsea Drum (J) 2:25.62; 2. Sarah Madsen (Parkway Central) 2:28.62; 3. Taylor Winnick (J) 2:30.76.

1600 meter run — 1. Chelsea Drum (J) 5:20.50; 2. Brandy DeDecker (M) 5:36.68; 3. Sarah Madsen (Parkway Central) 5:43.63.

3200 meter run — 1. Ana Compton (J) 12:10.06; 2. Taylor Burlis (Parkway C.) 12:12.73; 3. Courtney Hahs (J) 12:12.75.

100 meter hurdles — 1. Anna Houston (U) 16.33; 2. Tasha Frazier (Parkway C.) 16.52; 3. Kassidy Adams (J) 18.26.

300 meter hurdles — 1. Anna Houston (U) 47.48; 2. Soley Webb (PB) 47.84; 3. Kassidy Adams (J) 50.50.

4 x 100 meter relay — 1. Sikeston 50.75; 2. Parkway Central 51.53; 3. Union 52.01.

4 x 200 meter relay — 1. Sikeston 1:47.28; 2. Central 1:50.21; 3. Parkway Central 1:50.68.

4 x 400 meter relay — 1. Poplar Bluff 4:14.22 2. Sikeston 4:15.41; 3. Parkway Central 4:15.60.

4 x 800 meter relay — 1. Jackson 9:46.09; 2. Parkway Central 10:19.21; 3. Union 10;28.94.

High jump — 1. Cassidy Harris (PB) 5-4; 1. Lexi Hafford (PB) 5-4; 2. Karlie Peth (U) 5-0.

Pole vault — 1. Sierra Maddox (J) 12-6; 2. Shannon Davis (J) 10-6; 3. Kylee Stevenson (C) 8-6.

Long jump — 1. Cassidy Harris (PB) 16-6.75; 2. Anna Houston (U) 16-3.5; 3. Kristen Carter (M) 15-3.

Triple jump — 1. Makala McCauley (PB) 34-5.5; 2. Anna Houston (U) 34-3; 3. Macy Huff (J) 33-1.

Shot put — 1. Hannah Mayfield (U) 40-3; 2. Nicole Humphreys (J) 34-5; 3. Tonya Vondera (U) 34-0.

Discus throw — 1. Jessenia Ellis (PB) 127-2; 2. Olivia Brown (J) 109-1; 3. Rumbi Majee (Parkway C.) 102-5.

Boys

Team Scores — 1. Jackson 152.25; 2. Poplar Bluff 103; 3. Sikeston 94; 4. Mehlville 92; 5. Union 84.25; 6. Murphysboro 67.25.

100 meter dash — 1. Mike Mik (M) 11.70; 2. Denzell Britton (PB) 11.74; 3. Zach Harrison (S) 11.82.

200 meter dash — 1. Zach Harrison (S) 23.39; 2. Denzell Britton (PB) 23.82; 3. Matt Mik (M) 24.05.

400 meter dash — 1. Calvin Lysell (J) 50.82; 2. Jacob Breiner (M) 50.83; 3. Logan Bellamy (U) 51.77.

800 meter run — 1. Jack Jeffers (J) 2:02.49; 2. Bailey Davidson (PB) 2:06.08; 3. Tony Lyerla (Murphysboro) 2:06.35.

1600 meter run — 1. Zach Williams (M) 4:434.25; 2. Bailey Davidson (PB) 4:45.40; 3. Gabe Underwood (J) 4:49.58.

3200 meter run — 1. Gabe Underwood (J) 10:24.77; 2. Isaiah Williams (PB) 10:40.13; 3. Levi Smith (S) 10:53.05.

110 meter hurdles — 1. Caleb Clover (Murphysboro) 17.21; 2. Skyler Bewley (SC) 17.36; 3. Joe Ghormley (M) 17.97.

300 meter hurdles — 1. Alex Campise (M) 43.23; 2. Skyler Bewley (SC) 43.90; 3. Caleb Clover (Murphysboro) 44.41.

4 x 100 meter relay — 1. Poplar Bluff 44.67; 2. Sikeston 45.40; 3. Murphysboro 46.27.

4 x 200 meter relay — 1. Mehlville 1:32.68; 2. Sikeston 1:32.97; 3. Poplar Bluff 1:33.44.

4 x 400 meter relay — 1. Sikeston 3:33.13; 2. Union 3:34.49; 3. Mehlville 3:35.04.

4 x 800 meter relay — 1. Jackson 8:26.00; 2. Sikeston 8:27.71; 3. Central 8:47.38.

High jump — 1. Blake Reiman (J) 5-10; 2. Matt Mik (M) 5-10; 3. Rodney Lunon 5-8.

Pole vault — 1. Dylan Rush (J) 15-6; 2. Dakota Maddox (J) 14-0; 3. Aaron Vincent (PB) 12-6.

Long jump — 1. Blake Reiman (J) 20-3; 2. Ryan Schumaker (U) 20-2.25; 3. John Hickman (PB) 19-7.

Triple jump — 1. Deterio Newman (S) 41-2; 2. Ryan Schumaker (U) 39-5; 2. John Hickman (PB) 39-5.

Shot put — 1. Nick Keser (J) 47-5; 2. Quinton Michael (PB) 47-0; 3. Dane Evans (J) 46-10.

Discus — 1. Clay Darnell (J) 158-4; 2. Nick Keser (J) 148-2; 3. Nick Thompson (Malden) 138-4.

The Notre Dame tennis team took first in team competition at the Poplar Bluff Invitational. Ben Wedemeier won the singles event, beating teammate Ethan Derrington 8-6. In doubles, Mason Seesing and Brendan Boswell won their match without dropping a set as did Alex Wikel and Dalton Stroup.

— From staff reports

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