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April 16, 2014

Baseball: Saxony falls to Shawnee 13-3

JACKSON -- Saxony Lutheran (4-4) went on the road on lost to Shawnee, IL (10-1) 13-3 on Tuesday April 15.

Chase Steffens doubled and singled for Saxony and Jack Lake added an RBI single.

Chase Steffens took the loss on the mound for Saxony. He went 2 1/3 innings. Conrad Bonney went the final 1 2/3 innings.

Box Score:

Saxony 2 0 1 0 0 = 3 runs 4 hits 5 errors

Shawnee 5 0 8 0 x = 13 runs 14 hits 1 error

WP: N. Crane LP: Chase Steffens

Records: Saxony 4-4 Shawnee, IL 10-1

Golf: Perryville defeats De Soto

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville beat De Soto 178-227 in a match played at Cottonwood.

Brett Schnurbusch was the medalist with a 39.

Zoellner had a 40, Stark had a 49 and Buchheit had a 50.

The varsity Pirates improve to 6-1.

The junior varsity also won.

Perryville plays in the Ste. Genevieve Invitational today.

Soccer: SVHS falls to Notre Dame

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent fell to visiting Notre Dame 2-0.

The Lady Indians play in the Carbondale Tournament Friday and Saturday.

Soccer: SLHS tops Poplar Bluff

JACKSON -- Saxony Lutheran beat Poplar Bluff 6-0.

April 14, 2014

PHS, SVHS participate in meet at SGHS

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve boys came in second, Valle was fourth, Perryville was 13th and St. Vincent 15th of 15 teams in the boys division of the Ste. Genevieve Invitational Friday.

Ste. Genevieve won the girls division, St. Vincent was 10th, Valle was 12th and Perryville 13th among 14 teams.

Hillsboro won the boys meet with 101 points, followed by Ste. Genevieve with 87 and Notre Dame with 81. Valle came in fourth with 64 followed by Festus (59), North County (53), Herculaneum (47), Park Hills (46), Fredericktown (45), Windsor (42), De Soto (40), Potosi (17), Perryville (11), Grandview (6) and St. Vincent (3).

Ste. Genevieve's Andy Moore set a new school record in the 3200 meter run: 9:34.

Ste. Genevieve won the girls meet with 127.5 points, Festus had 79 and De Soto 75 for third. Notre Dame came in fourth (71), followed by Seckman (69), Hillsboro (67), Windsor (40.5), Herculaneum (39), Park Hills (26), St. Vincent (24), North County (20.5), Valle (18), Perryville (17) and Potosi (16).

Click here for complete results:

Valle participates in the Windsor Invitational today.

Ste. Genevieve, Valle, Perryville and St. Vincent participate in the Simpson Relays on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m.

Cardinals announce contract extension for Mozeliak

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals announced Friday that Senior Vice President and General Manager John Mozeliak has agreed to a two-year contract extension with the team through the 2018 season.

"Over the last six seasons Mo has done an outstanding job leading our baseball operations," said Cardinals Chairman Bill DeWitt Jr. "By extending Mo’s contract with the club, we look forward to continuing our approach which emphasizes excellence at the Major League level, supported by a strong player procurement and player development program."

The 12th General Manager in Cardinals history, Mozeliak, 45, is a 19-year veteran of the Cardinals front office who has served as the team’s General Manager the last six seasons (2008-2013). During his tenure as General Manager, the Cardinals have advanced to the postseason four times, winning a World Championship in 2011, and the National League Championship last year. The Cardinals have twice been recognized by Baseball America as the Organization of the Year (2011 & 2013). The prestigious honor recognized the Cardinals for their success in scouting and player development

Mozeliak was named Executive of the Year in 2011 by and in recent years he has been successful in locking up core players Matt Holliday, Yadier Molina, Adam Wainwright, Allen Craig, and Matt Carpenter with long-term agreements with the Cardinals.

"I am fortunate to work with one of the true leaders in our game today," said Mozeliak. "Bill DeWitt is a visionary leader who has overseen one of the most successful periods in our storied history. I look forward to continuing my relationship with this great franchise as we try to bring another championship to our fans and city."

April 10, 2014

Baseball: Saxony tops Mounds 11-1

JACKSON -- Saxony Lutheran downed visiting Mounds 11-1 Wednesday afternoon.

The Crusaders (4-3) scored seven runs in the first inning.

Paris Johnson pitched a complete game victory for Saxony. Johnson allowed one hit and struck out nine.

Tyler Dowdy had three hits while Jack Lake and Nathan Hurst added two hits each for Saxony.

The Crusaders had nine hits in the game.

Saxony plays at Leopold Monday at 4:15.

Box Score:

Meridian 0 0 0 0 1 = 1 run 1 hit 5 errors

Saxony 7 1 2 0 1 = 11 runs 9 hits 3 errors

WP: Paris Johnson LP: Nichols

Leading Hitters: Saxony- Tyler Dowdy 3-3, Jack Lake 2-4, Nathan Hurst 2-3

Record: Saxony 4-3

Golf: SVHS wins tri-match with St. Pius, Perryville

PERRYVILLE – St. Vincent won a tri-match with St. Pius and Perryville.

The Indians had a 178, St. Pius a 183 and the Pirates a 191.

Brett Schnurbusch led the Pirates with a 40. Stark had a 49 and Buchheit and Buehler each had a 51.

St. Vincent plays at Windsor today at 3:30.

Perryville plays St. Vincent and Crystal City Monday at 3:30.

Soccer: PHS falls to Jackson

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville lost at Jackson 6-1.

The Lady Pirates at St. Vincent today.

April 9, 2014

Golf: Perryville wins quad match

PERRYVILLE – Perryville won a quad match with St. Vincent, Advance and Clearwater at Dahlousie Golf Course in Cape Girardeau Tuesday.

The Pirates finished two strokes ahead of the Indians 198-196. Advance and Clearwater did not have enough players to come up with team scores.

Perryville's Brett Schnurbusch was the medalist at 41. Zoellner had a 48, Mueller a 53 and Ponder at 54.

Perryville hosts St. Pius today at 3:30.

April 8, 2014

Track: PHS JV comes in third at Mineral Area Relays

PERRYVILLE – The Perryville High School Junior Varsity Track and Field Team came in third in the Mineral Area Relays Invitational Track Meet Saturday at Herculaneum.

The team brought home a grand total of 25 medals, scoring gold in five separate events, and racking up a number of personal records.

Individual Perryville results:

The boys’ 4x200 meter relay team took 1st with a time of 1:40.10. Members of the 4x200 team are Peyton Besand, Pablo Mattingly, Emilio Mattingly, and Orion Tallevast.

The boys’ 4x400 meter relay team took 1st with a time of 3:49.06. Members of the 4x400 meter relay team are Peyton Besand, Caleb Hadler, Emilio Mattingly, and Pablo Mattingly.

Sophomore Pablo Mattingly took 1st in triple jump with a jump of 37-11, and 3rd in long jump with a jump of 17-2.

Sophomore Dalton Robinson took 1st in the 400 meter dash and 3rd in the 800 meter dash.

Sophomore Matt Terbrak took 1st in the discus with a throw of 120-3.

Freshman Lydia Cook took 2nd in the 400 meter dash in 1:07.75 and 3rd in the 800 meter dash with a time of 2:39.36.

Sophomore Peyton Besand took 2nd in the 100 meter dash and 4th in pole vault with a height of 11'.

Sophomore Emilio Mattingly took 2nd in triple jump with a jump of 36-5.5.

Sophomore Kyle Jannin took 3rd in the 400 meter dash.

Senior Michaela Cavins took 3rd in the shot put with a distance of 31' 6.5".

The boys’ 4x800 meter relay team took 3rd with a time of 9:29.07. Members of the 4x800 meter relay team are Kyle Jannin, Ignacio Fuentes, Caleb Hadler, and Dalton Robinson.

Soccer: PHS 4, Cape Central 1

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville beat Cape Central 4-1.

The Lady Pirates play at Jackson Wednesday.

New district assignments for basketball and football

COLUMBIA -- The Missouri State High School Activities Association has announced new district assignments in basketball and football for the next two-year cycle,

Class 4, District 2 retained Farmington, North County, Potosi, Ste. Genevieve and Fredericktown while replacing Park Hills Central with De Soto.

The Saxony Lutheran girls are defending champions in a group that also includes Kelly, Woodland, Scott City, and East Prairie.

Class 2, District 3 decreased in geographic size with Oran, Advance and Chaffee migrating to a more centralized District 2 in the southeast.

MAAA Small-School members Bismarck, Valle Catholic, Kingston and Valley will now compete with St. Vincent, Viburnum, Meadow Heights and Ellington.

The changes were minor in comparison for local football districts, and Class 4, District 1 was not shuffled at all.

Farmington and North County continue to be linked with defending champion Cape Central, Sikeston, Hillsboro, De Soto, Festus and Perryville.

Park Hills Central, Ste. Genevieve, Fredericktown and Potosi also remain together in Class 3, District 1, while replacing winless Lift for Life with upgraded St. Pius.

Reigning Class 1 champion Valle Catholic saw the expanse of its assigned octet stretch northward as Louisiana, Mark Twin and Monroe City join District 1.

April 7, 2014

Baseball: PHS wins both ends of double header with Dexter

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville won both ends of a double header with Dexter at home Saturday.

Perryville won the first game 14-0 and won the second game as well.

Perryville hosts St. Vincent today.

Track: SLHS boys 8th, girls 10th at Old Settlement meet

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won both the boys and girls divisions of their Old Settlement Track and Field meet yesterday.

Click here for complete results:

On the boys side, the Dragons scored 162.5 points for first place. Chester came in second with 146 and Valle was third at 95.

Dexter came in fourth (83) followed by St. Pius X (57), Park Hills (54), Grandview (38.5), Saxony Lutheran (22), Fredericktown (20) and Arcadia Valley (17).

On the girls side, the Hunters scored 162 points for first place. Valle was second with 141 and Park Hills third with 81. Fredericktown came in fourth (78), followed by Chester (77), Arcadia Valley (60), Grandview (38), St. Pius X (33), Dexter (15) and Saxony Lutheran (14).

Chester travels to Red Bud Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Valle travels to Grandview Tuesday.

Ste. Genevieve hosts an invitational meet Friday.

April 4, 2014

Baseball: Riverdogs announce sign ups

CHARLESTON -- The Charleston Riverdogs 19 and older collegiate level summer baseball team will hold tryouts on Sunday May 11th at 1:30pm at Hillhouse field in Charleston, MO. 

The Riverdogs will play around a 30 game schedule starting on May 31.  Home games will be played at Hillhouse field in Charleston and Saxony Lutheran High School in Jackson.

For more information contact Coach Paul Sander at 573 270 9535 or Coach Michael Minner at 573 382 2740. 

April 3, 2014

Baseball: Saxony falls to Bloomfield 8-0

JACKSON --Saxony Lutheran (3-3) went on the road and lost to Bloomfield 8-0 on April 2.

Tim Fox pitched the complete game shutout for Bloomfield. He allowed seven Saxony hits.

Fox also had three hits for Bloomfield while Hector added 2 hits.

Conrad Bonney and Luke LeGrand both had two hits each for Saxony. LeGrand doubled.

Bonney went the distance for Saxony and took the loss on the mound. He allowed 4 earned runs.

Box Score

Saxony Lutheran 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 = 0 runs 7 hits 2 errors

Bloomfield 0 0 4 3 0 1 x = 8 runs 11 hits 1 error

WP: Tim Fox LP: Conrad Bonney

Leading hitters: Saxony: Bonney 2-2, LeGrand 2-3... Bloomfield: Fox 3-4, Hector 2-4

Records: Saxony Lutheran 3-3

The Crusaders play in the Oak Ridge Tournament today, tomorrow and Saturday.

Their first tournament game is at home today against Bell City.

The other games will be announced.

Golf: Saxony third of three

JACKSON – Saxony Lutheran came in third, behind Cape Central and Jackson in a tri-match Wednesday.

Cape Central had a 149, Jackson had a 153 and Saxony Lutheran had a 232.

Golf: PHS tops Hillsboro

PERRYVILLE – Perryville downed Hillsboro 178-195.

Brett Schnurbusch was the medalist at 38.

Ponder had a 45 followed by Zoellner and Gielow (49).

The Pirates play at De Soto today.

April 2, 2014

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Baseball: SLHS falls to Puxico

JACKSON – The Saxony Lutheran Crusaders hosted Puxico Tuesday, and lost to the visitors 7-4.

S. Smith came on in relief in the second inning for Puxico and picked the pitching win.

Puxico had 11 hits in the game.  Austin Rodgers had three hits for Puxico.

Saxony Lutheran (3-2) had 3 hits in the game and left 12 runners on base.

Box score:

Puxico   0 1 2 0 1 3 0  =  7 runs 11 hits  2 errors

Saxony  2 1 0 1 0 0 0  =   4 runs  3 hits  2 errors

WP:  S. Smith    LP:  Chase Steffens

Leading hitter:  Austin Rodgers 3-3 (P)

Records:  Saxony 3-2

Saxony plays at Bloomfield today at 4:30.

Golf: St. Vincent falls to Festus

PERRYVILLE – St. Vincent fell to Festus 181-196 at Joachim Country Club.

Levi Gotto had a 40, Zach Heberlie had a 48, Ethan Holdman had a 52, Nick Cissell had a 56 and Matt Julian and Alex Lipe each had a 58.

St. Vincent falls to 1-2 on the season and hosts St. Pius Thursday.

Track: SVHS places fifth at Chester meet

CHESTER -- St. Vincent boys and girls each finished in fifth place out of six teams at a track meet in Chester yesterday.

St. Vincent was the only Missouri school taking part in the meet which also included Sparta, Red Bud, Christopher, Shawnee and host Chester.

On the boys side: Sparta won the meet with 202 points, Red Bud was second with 121, Chester third at 120, Christopher fourth with 79, St. Vincent fifth with 25 and Shawnee had 0.

The Indians had no firsts, one second, no thirds, two fourths, three fifths and three sixths.

Click HERE for the boys results:

On the girls side: Chester and Christopher tied for first with 153 points, Red Bud was third with 115, Sparta fourth with 87, St. Vincent fifth with 41 and Shawnee sixth with 0.

The Lady Indians had no firsts, two seconds, three thirds, one fourth, one fifth and one sixth.

Click HERE for the girls results:

St. Vincent travels to Grandview on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

April 1, 2014

Golf: SVHS, PHS, SLHS play in Notre Dame Tourney

JACKSON – St. Vincent, Perryville, Saxony Lutheran and Ste. Genevieve played in the Notre Dame Tournament Monday.

Ste. Genevieve came in 10th of 15 teams with a 397, St. Vincent was 12th at 418, Perryville was 13th at 425 and Saxony Lutheran was 15th at 502.

Individual scores (if available)

Levi Gotto led the Indians with an 86. Zach Heberlie had a 99, Ethan Holdman scored a 116, Matt Julian had a 117 and Brett Lottes had a 126.

Holdman won the individual play.

Alex Lipe was fourth and Matt Julian was seventh.

Baudendistel and Lottes were second in scramble play.

Jackson won the meet, held at Bent Creek, with a 319. Notre Dame was right behind at 320. Cape Central came in third at 345, followed by Farmington (357), Dexter (363), Sikeston (365), Nixa (367), Park Hills (377), Ste. Genevieve (397), Kelly (415), St. Vincent (418), Perryville (425), Kennett (454) and Saxony Lutheran (454).

St. Vincent plays at Festus today at 3:30.

Perryville hosts Hillsboro tomorrow at 3:30.

Ste. Genevieve plays in the North County Tournament tomorrow.

Ste. Genevieve junior varsity plays North County, Fredericktown and Farmington at Crowne Point today at 4.

Baseball: PHS wins at De Soto

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville won at De Soto 6-2.

The varsity Pirates play at Park Hills Wednesday.

The Pirates junior varsity plays at Notre Dame today.

Soccer: SLHS tops Poplar Bluff

JACKSON -- Saxony Lutheran downed Poplar Bluff 5-0.

Soccer: PHS tops Anna Jonesboro

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed visiting Anna Jonesboro 4-0.

The Lady Pirates play at Fredericktown Thursday.

March 31, 2014
Baseball: Saxony Lutheran tops Egyptian in Showdown

JACKSON – Saxony Lutheran downed Egyptian, Illinois 19-1 in the Saxony Showdown Friday.

Chase Steffens pitched a complete game three-hitter in picking up the win for Saxony. Steffens struck out 11.

Conrad Bonney had three hits for Saxony, while Jack Lake and Dano Drury both added two hits.

Saxony had 11 hits in the game.

Saxony is now 3-1 on the year and will play in the tourney finals today (Saturday) at 3:15 p.m.

C. Grunieger had 2 hits for Egyptian.

Box Score:

Saxony Lutheran 0 1 5 6 7 = 19 runs 11 hits 1 error

Egyptian, IL 1 0 0 0 0 = 1 run 3 hits 7 errors

WP: Chase Steffens LP: C. Grunieger

2B: C. Grunieger (E)

Leading Hitters: Saxony : Conrad Bonney 3-3, Jack Lake, Dano Drury 2-3. Egyptian: C. Grunieger 2-2

Records: Saxony 3-1

Soccer: PHS loses, SVHS wins in Optimist Tournament play

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville lost and St. Vincent won their games Friday in the Noon Optimist Soccer Tournament Friday.

The Lady Pirates lost to Notre Dame 3-1.

The Lady Indians beat Poplar Bluff 1-0.

March 28, 2014
Golf: St. Vincent wins at De Soto

PERRYVILLE – St. Vincent won at De Soto 191-232.

Levi Gotto was medalist at 40. Zach Heberlie had a 45, Ethan Holdman had a 52 and Matt Julian had a 54.

Ethan Holdman won the individual medal play. Alex Lipe was fourth and Julian was seventh.

Baudendistel and Lottes were second in the scramble play.

Bourisano led the Dragons with a 50. Mueller had a 56, Allen had a 62 and Petch had a 64.

St. Vincent hosts Herculaneum today.

Soccer: PHS wins, SVHS loses in Noon Optimist Tourney

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville won and St. Vincent lost their first round quarterfinal games in the Noon Optimist Soccer Tournament Thursday.

The Lady Pirates won 2-0.

The Lady Indians lost 1-0 to Notre Dame.

The tournament continues today and tomorrow.

March 26, 2014

Baseball: Saxony Lutheran

JACKSON – Saxony Lutheran won at Risco Tuesday, 20-2 to improve to 1-1 on the season.

Paris Johnson went the distance on the mound for Saxony and picked up the win. Johnson struck out 6 and allowed 4 hits and one earned run.

Nathan Hurst had 3 hits for Saxony, while Conrad Bonney, Chase Steffens and Tyler Dowdy all added 2 hits.

Jordan Pavy homered and doubled for Risco.

Box Score:

Saxony 6 8 2 1 3 = 20 runs 15 hits 3 errors

Risco 1 1 0 0 0 = 2 runs 4 hits 5 errors

WP: Paris Johnson LP: Bixler

HR: Jordan Pavy (R) 2B: Pavy (R), Johnson (S), Hurst (S)

Multiple Hits: Saxony- Hurst 3-4, Bonney 2-3, Steffens 2-5, Dowdy 2-4

Record: Saxony 1-1 Risco 0-2

Baseball: St. Vincent defeats Leopold

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent downed Leopold 9-8.

The Indians are off until the Potosi Tournament Friday and Saturday.

Golf: PHS wins tri-match

PERRYVILLE – Perryville won a tri-match Tuesday with Windsor and Grandview at the Raintree Country Club.

The Pirates had a 196. Windsor had a 212. Grandview had a 255.

Brett Schnurbusch was the medalist with a 41.

Zoellner had a 50, Mueller had a 52 and Buchheit had a 53 to round out the Perryville scoring.

Perryville has another tri-match today with St. Vincent at Ste. Genevieve.

Golf: Saxony Lutheran places fourth in quad match

JACKSON -- Saxony Lutheran came in fourth in a four-team match with Notre Dame, Jackson and Cape Central at the Bent Creek Golf Course.

Notre Dame won it with a 154, Jackson was second at 164, Cape Central was third at 170 and Saxony had a 252.

March 24, 2014

Baseball: Ste. Gen-Valle Tourney results

STE. GENEVIEVE – These are the scores from the Valle-Ste. Genevieve opening day tournament held Friday and Saturday:


Jefferson 6 West County 2

West County 3 Father Tolton 1

Valle 10 Chester 7

Valle 10 Scott City 0

Ste Genevieve 10 Crystal City 4

St Louis Patriots 10, Ste Genevieve 3

Cape Central 7 PHS 3

PHS 5, Senath-Hornersville 2


Valle 15 Jefferson 3

Valle 10 Cape Central 0

Perryville 8 Ste Genevieve 4

Ste Genevieve 5 Chester 3

West County 9 Chester 1

Perryville 7 West County 6

Ste. Genevieve hosts Jackson Tuesday at 4:30.

Chester plays at Steelville today at 4:30.

Perryville plays at Grandview Thursday at 4:30.

Valle hosts Dexter Saturday at 10 a.m. and Oran at 2 p.m.

March 20, 2014

Cardinals option Tyler Lyons to Memphis

JUPITER, Florida – The St. Louis Cardinals announced following yesterday’s game that they have optioned pitcher Tyler Lyons to their Memphis (AAA) affiliate.

With the move, the Cardinals now have 33 roster players and seven non-roster players remaining in Major League Camp.

March 17, 2014

Girls’ BB: Saxony Lutheran places fourth at state

JACKSON -- Saxony Lutheran lost to Hermann 68-53 in the third place game at the state Class 3 Championship at the Mizzou Arena Friday.

The Lady Crusaders finished in fourth place in the state, with a 24-5 season record.

Hermann placed third.

Hunt signs with CMU

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent High School senior Josh Hunt has signed a letter of intent to play football for Central Methodist University in Fayette.

He is the son of Direk and Vickie Hunt.

Hunt was an all-conference, all-district and all-region defensive and offensive lineman for St. Vincent.

Central Methodist is a private liberal arts school which competes in the Heart of America Athletic Conference.

King signs with Maryville University

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent senior Natalie King has signed a letter of intent to continue her swimming career at Maryville University in St. Louis.

King is the daughter of Steve and Julie King.

She swam four years for the combined St. Vincent and PHS swim team.

Maryville is a member of the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Conference.

The school recently completed its inaugural season under head coach Mandy Chun.

March 11, 2014

Cardinals announce roster moves

JUPITER, Florida – The St. Louis Cardinals announced following yesterday’s game that they have sent nine players from their Major League camp to minor league camp.

Today’s moves include the following:

Optioned to the Memphis (AAA) roster were pitcher Angel Castro and outfielders Mike O’Neill and Rafael Ortega. Re-assigned to minor league camp were pitchers Kurt Heyer and Boone Whiting, infielder Patrick Wisdom and catchers Carson Kelly, Casey Rasmus and Cody Stanley.

The Cardinals re-assigned pitcher Marco Gonzales to minor league camp yesterday.

With today’s moves, the Cardinals now have 37 roster players and 12 non-roster players remaining in Major League Camp.

Follow the Cards all season long on AM 980 KSGM for weekend exhibition and all regular season games.

March 10, 2014

Girls’ BB: Saxony Lutheran makes it to the final four

JACKSON -- Saxony Lutheran has made to the final four of Class 3 Missouri high school basketball.

They did it with a 59-52 win over Lutheran South at Jefferson College Saturday.

The 24-4 Lady Crusaders advance to play 26-3 Eldorado, who defeated Cameron 57-52 to advance to the semifinal round.

The semifinal game will be played at 6:40 p.m. Thursday at the Mizzou Arena.

The winner will play in the Class 3 championship Saturday at 2:40 p.m.

Girls’ BB: Mattingly, Unterreiner named all conf, all district

PERRYVILLE -- Two members of the St. Vincent basketball team have been named to the All Conference and All District teams.

Katie Mattingly was named to the first team all conference.

Casey Unterreiner was an honorable mention selection.

Both girls were also named to the Class 2 District 4 All Conference Team.

Boys’ BB: Carroll, Leible earn post-season honors

PERRYVILLE -- Two members of the St. Vincent varsity basketball team have been named to the All-Conference Team.

Nathan Carroll was named to the second team.

Trevor Leible was an honorable mention.

Carroll was also named to the Class 2 District 4 All District team.

March 6, 2014

Girls’ BB: Saxony Lutheran advances to elite eight in Class 3

JACKSON -- Saxony Lutheran defeated Twin Rivers 65-36 last night in Class 3 Tournament action.

The 23-4 Lady Crusaders advance to play 22-7 Lutheran of St. Peters Saturday at 1 p.m. at Jefferson College.

A win would put them into a semifinal game at 6:40 p.m. next Thursday, March 13 at the Mizzou Arena.

March 4, 2014

Katie Mattingly to play soccer at Truman State

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent Senior Katie Mattingly has signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer for Truman State University in Kirksville Missouri.

The goalie started on the varsity since her freshman year.

She is the daughter of Mark and Maureen Mattingly.

Mattingly will play for Mike Cannon who will be entering his 21st season as head coach of the Truman women’s soccer program

November 15, 2013

Spears, Buxton named to All-State volleyball team

PERRYVILLE -- The Perryville Lady Pirates volleyball team has gathered a number of postseason honors.

PHS volleyball players who earned postseason honors include (from left) Kaylie Hadler, Brooke Hogard, Brooke Moll, Alex Spears and Kayla Buxton.

Junior Alex Spears was named to the All-State first team. She is the daughter of Scott and Yvonne Spears of Perryville.

Sophomore Kayla Buxton earned an honorable mention on the All-State team. She is the daughter of David and Krista Buxton of Perryville.

Spears and Buxton were also named to the All-District first team and All-Region first teams.

Spears was named to the All-Conference first team and Buxton earned a spot on the All-Conference second team.

Sophomore Brooke Hogard, daughter of Kerry and Dana Hogard, was named to the first teams for All-Region, All-District and All-Conference.

Senior Kaylie Hadler, the daughter of Randy and Tina Hadler, earned a spot on the All-District first team and All-Conference second team.

Junior Brooke Moll, daughter of Donnie and Lisa Moll, was named All-Conference, All-District and All-Region second teams.

November 14, 2013

Shooting Starz announces promtions

PERRYVILLE -- Shooting Starz Gymnastics of Perryville announces recent student promotions in their gymnastics and tumbling program.

Pictured front to back, left to right:

Front Row:

Makynlie Ritter to intermediate gymnastics; Gracie Dover, intermediate; Addison Brown, intermediate; Jocelyn Weibrecht, advanced gymnastics.

Second Row:

Aubrey Emmendorfer, advanced; Abigail Stelling, advanced; Aubrey Colvis, intermediate; Olivia Tomlinson, advanced; Isabella Pingel, intermediate.

Third Row:

Lilly Best, level 1 elite; Barrett Wheeler, intermediate; Brianna Kimmet, level 2 elite; Evvelyn David, advanced; Addi Urhahn, level 2 elite; Katie Farrow, level 3 elite.

Back Row:

Emersyn Pitts, level 1 elite; Hanna Colvis, level 3 elite; Kellyn Friedman, advanced; Bailey Urhahn, level 2 elite; Addie Unterreiner, advanced.

November 13, 2013

Soccer: Perryville tops De Soto in Class 2 sectional

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville defeated De Soto 6-0 last night to continue its march through the Class 2 post season bracket.

The Pirates scored four first-half goals to win the Class 2 sectional at the Perryville Soccer Complex.

Perryville outshot De Soto 17-2 in the first half and 23-4 for the game.

The 24-4 Pirates will face St. Mary's (13-11-2), a 4-0 sectional winner over Affton, in Saturday's quarterfinal round.

The location and time of the match have not yet been announced.

November 12, 2013

Cross Country: St. Vincent is sixth at state

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent cross country placed sixth at the state meet on Saturday. Facing off against 170 of the best athletes and 16 of the toughest teams in class one in the state, St. Vincent came out ahead. Projections had us finishing 7th or 8th and we beat those projections.

John Lipe finished 18th with a school record time of 17:49. He won all state honors.

Isaac Baer finished 27th with a personal best of 17:59

Levi Krauss finished 31st with a time of 18:09

All three boys competed on this course last year and each improved a lot from their places this time last season.

Zach Schumer was the 4th runner for SV at 19:32

Sam Bear the 5th at 20:56

Brett Lottes our 6th at 21:14

And Charles Nenninger our 7th at 23:25.

The Indians finished their season with sights set on the podium for next year.

November 8, 2013

Soccer: Perryville captures district crown

PERRYVILLE – Perryville has advanced to the sectional round in Class 2.

The Pirates did it with a 1-0 win over Notre Dame yesterday to win the Class 1 District 1 Championship at Cape Central.

Perryville will host De Soto in the sectional round Tuesday.

The Pirates topped Sikeston 2-1 on penalty kicks in last night's semifinal contest.

Notre Dame won the other semifinal 4-0 over Farmington.

Perryville will play Notre Dame for the district crown at 6 p.m. Thursday.

November 7, 2013

Cross County: St. Vincent wins boys district meet

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent won the Class 1 District 1 Cross Country boys meet held Saturday at Saxony Lutheran High School.

St. Vincent 58 points to edge out second place Zalma by only one point.

Oak Ridge came in third (62), followed by Meadow Heights (97), Viburnum (107), Ellington (143) and Delta (168).

The Indians advance to Saturday's state meet in Jefferson City.


Isaac Baer came in second (18:14).

John Lipe was fourth (18:18).

Zach Schumer was 11th (19:00)

Levi Krauss was 16th (19:25).

Brett Lottes was 41st (21:41).

Samuel Baer was 42nd (21:42).

Charles Nenninger was 53rd (22:54).

Girls’ Cross Country: St. Vincent runs at district

JACKSON -- St. Vincent had four runners at the district meet, but not enough to form a team.

Courtney Brown came in 19th (25:05).

Sara Geile came in 22nd (25:27).

Rachel Mudd was 28th (26:06).

Hannah Hurst was 32nd (28:30).

November 6, 2013

Soccer: PHS defeats Sikeston in district semifinal

PERRYVILLE – Perryville has advanced to the championship game in the Class 2 District 1 Tournament at Cape Central.

The Pirates topped Sikeston 2-1 on penalty kicks in last night's semifinal contest.

Notre Dame won the other semifinal 4-0 over Farmington.

Perryville will play Notre Dame for the district crown at 6 p.m. Thursday.

November 5, 2013

Show Me State Games honors athletes

COLUMBIA--Annually, the Show-Me STATE GAMES recognizes athletes who excel both on and off the field, as well as individuals who work behind the scenes to ensure the success of the GAMES.  This year the Show-Me STATE GAMES recognized its Gary Filbert Hall of Honor recipients and Missouri Lottery Athletes/Sportspersons of the Year prior to the Mizzou v. Tennessee football game Saturday. 

Honored athletes are (from left): Mike Hood, Don Laird, Ken Ash, Taileena Oja, May Scheve, Bill Jones, Kathy Frese, Frank Thompson and Chase Wilson (Photo by Emily Lorenz)

The Show-Me STATE GAMES is pleased to announce Chase Wilson and Taileena Oja are the 2013 Missouri Lottery Athletes of the Year and Kathy Frese and Bill Jones are the 2013 Missouri Lottery Sportspersons of the Year.   Don Laird, retired Columbia Chamber of Commerce President and Mike Hood, retired Columbia Parks and Recreation Director are the newest Hall of Honor inductees.

"We've been proud to sponsor the Show-Me State Games since our own games started back in 1986," said May Scheve Reardon, Executive Director of the Missouri Lottery. "We are especially excited to sponsor these Athletes and Sportspersons of the Year, since helping young people achieve and excel is what the Missouri Lottery is all about."

Ken Ash, Executive Director of the Show-Me STATE GAMES, May Scheve, Executive Director of the Missouri Lottery, and Frank Thompson, Show-Me STATE GAMES Steering Committee Chair and V.P. of Marketing at Shelter Insurance presented the honorees with plaques approximately 15 minutes before the game.

"It is always exciting to be able to recognize our accomplished Athletes of the Year, Sportspersons of the Year and Hall of Honor Inductees," said Ash.  "We appreciate the Missouri Lottery sponsoring these recognitions and helping us honor these individuals who help make the GAMES the outstanding event promoting health and fitness that we are today."

To read more about the honorees, visit

November 4, 2013

PHS Ends Season at Festus, 55-12

FESTUS--PHS couldn't handle the potent Festus offense Friday, and fell 55-12 in a rain-soaked night.

The Tigers scored three times in each of the first two quarters to put the game away early, and secure a running clock in the second half.

The Pirates' Cody Crawford did all the PHS scoring, with TD runs of 57 and eight yards.

They end their season with two wins.

Football: St. Vincent falls to Portageville

PERRYVILLE -- There was an easy story to Portageville's 28-0 win over St. Vincent in the first round of class one district playoffs Thursday night.

His name is Ben Story and he ran for 326 yards.

He gave Portageville an early 6-0 lead on a 77-yard run in the 1st.

In the second the senior broke a 48-yard TD run as Portageville took a 14-0 lead at the half.

After a 30-minute weather delay and scoreless third quarter Story scored on a 45-yard interception return.

A 24-yard TD pass midway thru the fourth from Jon Garrett Kellams to Bryce Wallace assured the Bulldog win.

Indian quartertback Nathan Carroll threw for 154 yards but suffered three interceptions.

Alex Winkler had 21 carries for 74 yards.

The Indians season ended 5-5.

Portageville will play at Valle Catholic in the second round of playoff action this Wednesday night.

Volleyball: Perryville loses to Lutheran South

PERRYVILLE — Perryville lost to Lutheran South, 25-26 and 25-23, Saturday in the sectional championship game.

Earlier Saturday afternoon the Lady Pirates defeated University City in two straight games, 25-3 and 25-9.

Perryville ends the season 30-5-5.

October 31, 2013

Volleyball: Perryville prepares for sectional tournament

PERRYVILLE – The District Champion Perryville Lady Pirates will play in the sectional tournament at University City Saturday.

The 1 p.m game is Windsor vs Lutheran South.

The 2:30 game is Perryville vs University City.

Quarterfinal game between the two winners to be held at around 4:30.

CJ Layton will have the action on KBDZ, B93.1 FM, and online at

October 30, 2013

Football: PHS falls to Herculaneum

PERRYVILLE -- Herculaneum's Dustin Johnson ran for a 25-yard TD on the first play of overtime Friday night as the BlackCats edged Perryville 27-21.

PHS led off the scoring with 5:53 in the 1st quarter when Jonny Pruiett scored from 8-yards out.

Herculaneum took a 7-6 lead with 8:04 in the second quarter on a 9-yard TD run by Johnson.

With 3:36 to play in the half the Blackcats took a 13-6 lead on a

26-yard TD pass play.

The Pirates tied the game with 3:34 remaining in the third when Pruiett ran in from 36-yards out.

A 9-yard TD run by Johnson gave Herky a 21-13 lead with 4:13 left to play.

Tyler Holligan's 6-yard TD pass to Ethan Farries with 13-seconds left and a two point conversion pass to Alex Plunkett forced the overtime.

The Pirates failed to score on their first possession of overtime stopped by a holding penalty.

The win improved the Cats record to 4-5 (2-4).

It was the seventh loss in a row for PHS who fell to 2-7 (0-5).

The Pirates are the sixth seed in the class 4 district 1 tournament that begins Thursday.

PHS will play at Festus. The Tigers (7-2) have the third seed.

The game will be broadcast on KSGM AM 980 and Thursday night.

Volleyball: Perryville wins district crown

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville defeated Kennett and then topped host Notre Dame last night to win the Class 3 District 1 Tournament.

The Lady Pirates won the first game in straight sets: 25-10 and 25-14.

Perryville then defeated Notre Dame 25-17, 15-25 and 25-21 to claim the district title.

The Lady Pirates improve to 29-4-5 on the season.

Notre Dame concludes the season with a 32-3 record, with all three losses coming at the hands of Perryville.

October 29, 2013

Volleyball: SLHS tops Scott City

JACKSON -- Saxony Lutheran topped Scott City, but lost to Woodland last night in the Class 2 District 2 tournament the Lady Crusaders are hosting.

Saxony defeated Scott City 25-5 25-11.

Raegan Wieser had five kills, Maddie Brune and Courtney Bergman each had three kills, Brune also had four digs, Breanna Mueller had five assists, Kirsti Polhman had eight assists and Abby Bergman had three aces.

The Lady Crusaders lost to Woodland 25-18, 21-25 17-25.

Courtney Bergman had nine kills and seven digs, Maddie Brune had six kills, Kirsti Polhman had 13 assists, Breanna Mueller had nine assists and Abby Bergman had nine digs and five aces.

Woodland advances to play Clearwater tonight for the championship.

Clearwater downed Puxico 25-14 and 25-17 to advance to the championship game.

Volleyball: PHS plays Kennett today in district tourney

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville will face Kennett today at 5:30 in the Class 3 District 1 Tournament at Cape Notre Dame.

Hear the game live on AM 980 KSGM and online at

Kennett defeated New Madrid County Central in straight sets last night.

In the other game tonight it will be Notre Dame and Dexter at 6:45.

Notre Dame took two straight from Fredericktown and Dexter won in two straight over Doniphan.

The winners will meet at 8 p.m. in the championship game. This game will also be broadcast live if PHS is playing.

October 25, 2013

Soccer: PHS earns first conference title

PERRYVILLE – The Perryville High Boys Soccer team earned its first conference title in school history Thursday afternoon with a 3-0 win over Windsor.

The Pirates improve to 21-3 on the season.

Volleyball: Saxony tops Cape Central

JACKSON – Saxony Lutheran won its varsity game, but lost the junior varsity game with Cape Central last night.

The varsity score was 25-13 and 25-21.

Maddie Brune had seven kills, Kirsti Polhman had three kills and eight assists, Raegan Weiser had three kills, Breanna Mueller had five assists and three digs, Kelsi Siebert had three aces, Miranda Brewer had three digs.

Coach Alyssa Moeckel had a special thanks to Diana Pohlman for making the team’s pink out a success.

Saxony improves to 19-12-1 and will have the third seed in the Class 2 District 2 tournament the Lady Crusaders will be hosting.

Saxony opens with a game against Scott City at 5:30 p.m. Monday.

The junior varsity score was 25-18, 19-25, 19-25.

Third, fourth grade basketball league forming

PERRYVILLE -- The Perryville Parks and Recreation Department has scheduled a third and fourth Grade Co-Ed basketball league starting on Saturday, November 30 to be held at the Perry Park Center.

Games will be played on Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings. A minimum of eight games will be played ending in a single elimination tournament at the end of the season. Awards will be given to the tournament champions. A minimum of 28 players must sign up to form a league.

The registration deadline is Sunday, October 27 at 6 pm. Please make checks payable to the City of Perryville.

For more information please call Chad Unterreiner, Leagues/Fitness Manager at 547-7275 or email

October 24, 2013

Volleyball: PHS tops Scott City, twice

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville scored varsity and junior varsity wins at Scott City.

The varsity won 25-11 and 25-6.

The junior varsity also won in straight sets.

The Lady Pirates have the top seed in the district tournament at Notre Dame. They will play either Kennett or Cape Central Tuesday

Soccer: PHS wins at St. Pius

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville won at St. Pius 2-1.

The Pirates improve to 20-3.

Cape-Perry LLL Dartball is underway

PERRYVILLE – The 2013-2014 season of Cape-Perry LLL Dartball has begun.

Here are the latest results:

October 23, 2013

Volleyball: Saxony scores double win over Oran

JACKSON -- Saxony Lutheran defeated Oran twice last night.

The varsity won 25-17 25-11.

Raegan Weiser had four kills, Amber Bergman had three kills, Courtney Bergman had three kills, Breanna Mueller had 10 assists and 9 digs, Kirsti Polhman had six assists, Maddie Brune had six digs and four aces,

The junior varsity won 25-13 25-18.

SVHS tops Grandview 63-0

PERRYVILLE -- The St. Vincent Indians rebounded from a one-point loss on homecoming pounding a depleted Grandview team 63-0 Friday night.

"Our kids came ready to play. They took the opening kickoff and scored in a just a couple of plays," said Indian coach Paul Sauer.

The Indians would score on every possession in the first half.

"We really played well. We were hitting on every cylinder," Sauer noted.

And it wasn't just the Indians offense. The St. Vincent defense came up with two fumble recoveries and three interceptions.

Alex Winkler had another big night as he ran for 198 yards on 11 carries and 2 TDs. It was Winkler's seventh game of 130 or more rushing yards. The senior has now carried for 1,195 yards this season.

"Levi Gotto played real well too, " Sauer said.

Gotto had 13 caries for 71 yards and 3 TDs. He also had an interception and a fumble recovery.

Sauer said a big play in the game was a 54-yard TD pass from sophomore quarterback Joe Whistler to senior Kevin Mattingly.

"Zack Heberlie got his first TD reception," the coach said.

The Indians had put the game away by the half leading 48-0.

"That gave us an opportunity to play our younger kids in the second half," Sauer said.

The jv got an interception to open the third quarter and went on to score.

Grandview fell to 1-7 and 0-5 while St. Vincent improved to 5-3 and 3-2 in conference.

"They only had a few seniors and they were missing some starters," Sauer said.

The Indians will host a high scoring Jefferson team this Friday night.

Jefferson has wins over JFK (52-32), Cleveland (64-34), Crystal City (54-27) and Grandview (57-22). Their losses have been to Herculaneum (66-30), St Pius (44-36), Valle (56-8) and Chaffee (56-22).

"We will have to be ready to play some defense," Sauer said.

The Jefferson at St. Vincent game will be broadcast on a tape delay Saturday afternoon at 1:00 pm on KSGM AM 980. C. J. Layton will call the play by play.

October 18, 2013

Volleyball: Perryville varsity tops St. Vincent

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed St. Vincent 25-16 and 25-13 to improve to 25-4.

The Lady Pirates junior varsity lost 2-1.

The Perryville freshmen lost 2-1.

Soccer: Pirates win at Fox

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville won at Fox 2-0 to improve to 18-3.

October 15, 2013

Volleyball: Perryville defeats Park Hills

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville defeated Park Hills twice last night.

The varsity won 22-25, 25-23 and 25-13 to improve to 24-4.

The junior varsity won in straight sets.

Perryville plays freshmen, junior varsity and varsity games at St. Vincent Thursday beginning at 5 p.m. The game may be played at the Perry Park Center.

October 14, 2013

October 9, 2013

Volleyball: Perryville tops Carbondale

PERRYVILLE – Perryville downed Carbondale 19-25, 25-15 and 25-17 to improve to 23-4 on the season.

The Lady Pirates junior varsity won in straight sets and the freshmen won in three.

Perryville hosts Park Hills for varsity and junior varsity games Monday at 6 p.m.

October 8, 2013

Softball: PHS tops Delta, falls to Notre Dame

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville split their games yesterday.

The Lady Pirates downed Delta 14-2 and lost to Notre Dame 10-2.

Soccer: PHS tops Notre Dame

PERRYVILLE – Perryville won at Notre Dame 1-0.

The Pirates improve to 17-2.

Volleyball: PHS varsity wins; JV, frosh lose to Notre Dame

PERRYVILLE – Perryville won the varsity game, but dropped their freshmen and junior varsity games with Notre Dame.

The varsity score was 25-21, 22-25 and 25-20 as the Lady Pirates improve to 23-5.

The freshmen and junior varsity each lost in straight sets.

Perryville hosts Carbondale tonight.

Volleyball: PHS wins own tournament

PERRYVILLE Perryville won its own tournament Saturday.

The Lady Pirates scored a 16-0 win over St. Vincent, then topped Park Hills 25-16 and 25-17 before beating St. Pius 25-21 and 25-21 in the championship game.

Perryville plays freshmen, junior varsity and varsity games at Notre Dame today beginning at 5.

Volleyball: SLHS goes 1-1-1 in PHS Tournament

JACKSON Saxony Lutheran also played in the Perryville Tournament Saturday.

In pool play the Lady Crusaders downed Fredricktown 28-26 25-21 , split with St. Pius 25-22 19-25, defeated Scott city 25-21 25-10, defeated De Doto 25-23 25-23.

Saxony then advance to the Gold Bracket where they fell to Park Hills 26-24, 25-22, 26-28.

Raegan Wieser had 31 kills, Courtney Bergman had 29 kills and 21 digs, Brianna mueller had 23 digs, Abby Bergman had 21 digs, Kirsti Polhman had 39 assists, and Jordan Hecht had seven blocks.

Saxony plays at Bell City tonight at 6.

October 4, 2013

Volleyball: Saxony Lutheran drops two of three to Perryville

JACKSON – Saxony Lutheran lost two of three games to Perryville.

The freshmen won 25-22.

The junior varsity lost 20-25 23-25

The varsity lost 18-25 23-25

Courtney Bergman had eight kills, Breanna Mueller had nine assists and eight digs, Kirsti Polhman had nine assists.

Softball: SVHS tops SLHS

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent won at Saxony Lutheran 7-6.

The Lady Crusaders play at Delta today at 4.

The Lady Indians host Potosi Saturday at 10 a.m.

October 3, 2013

Volleyball: Perryville falls to Valle

PERRYVILLE – Perryville lost to Valle three times last night.

Perryville plays at Saxony Lutheran today.

October 1, 2013

Volleyball: PHS splits with Jefferson R-7

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville split with visiting Jefferson R-7 last night.

The varsity won 25-19 and 25-11.

The junior varsity lost 18-25 and 23-15.

The Lady Pirates host Valle Wednesday.

Soccer: PHS tops Fredericktown

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville beat Fredericktown 11-1.

The 15-2 Pirates host De Soto tonight at 5.

Softball: SVHS defeats PHS

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent defeated Perryville 12-9 in nine innings.

The Lady Indians play at Herculaneum today at 6.

The Lady Pirates play at Notre Dame Wednesday at 4:30.

Soccer: PHS wins Hillsboro Tournament

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed the SLU High JV 1-0 to win the championship of the Hillsboro Tournament. The Pirates improve to 14-2.

September 27, 2013

Volleyball: PHS wins two of three with Hillsboro

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville won two of three with visiting Hillsboro.

The varsity won 25-11 and 25-13 to improve to 13-3 on the season.

The junior varsity lost in three sets.

The freshmen won in two sets.

The Lady Pirates host Jefferson R-7 Monday.

Soccer: Perryville defeats Maplewood-Richmond Heights

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed Maplewood Richmond Heights 10-0 in the Hillsboro Tournament.

The Pirates play North County on Friday as the tournament continues.

The finals are Saturday.

Softball: PHS falls to De Soto

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville lost to De Soto 8-0.

The Lady Pirates host Jefferson R-7 Monday.

September 26, 2013

Softball: PHS falls to Kelly

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville lost to Kelly 9-2.

The Lady Pirates host De Soto today at 4:30.

Softball: St. Vincent wins at Chaffee

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent won at Chaffee 15-8.

The Lady Indians host Jefferson R-7 today at 4 p.m.

September 25, 2013

Volleyball: PHS tops Festus, twice

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville took two from Festus last night.

The varsity won 25-17 and 26-24 to go to 12-3-4 on the season.

The junior varsity won 25-15 and 25-22.

The Lady Pirates host Hillsboro Thursday.

Soccer: PHS tops Festus

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed Festus 5-1 in the Hillsboro Tournament.

The Pirates play Maplewood Richmond Heights Thursday at 5:40 and North County on Friday. The finals are Saturday.

Softball: PHS falls to Jefferson R-7

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville lost to visiting Jefferson R-7 8-1.

The Lady Pirates play at Kelly today.

September 24, 2013

Volleyball: SVHS falls to Valle

PERRYVILLE – The St. Vincent varsity volleyball team fell to Valle in straight sets last night: 26-24 and 25-19.

St. Vincent plays at Grandview tonight at 6.

Softball: PHS falls at Windsor

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville lost at Windsor 11-3.

The Lady Pirates host Jefferson R-7 today at 4:30.

September 20, 2013

Volleyball: PHS takes two of three from De Soto

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville won two games out of three with De Soto.

The varsity won 26-24 and 26-24.

The junior varsity won 25-16 and 25-14.

The freshmen lost in three sets.

The Lady Pirates are 11-3 on the season and play freshmen, junior varsity and varsity games at Festus Tuesday beginning at 5 p.m.

September 19, 2013

Volleyball: Saxony Lutheran falls to Valle

JACKSON –Saxony Lutheran fell to Valle in three sets: 20-25, 25-23 and 25-21.

Softball: SVHS wins at Fredericktown

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent won at Fredericktown 10-0.

The Lady Indians improve to 6-4 and host Windsor today at 4.

Volleyball: SVHS falls to Notre Dame

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent lost to Notre Dame 14-25, 21-25.

The Lady Indians play at Jefferson R-7 tonight at 6.

September 18, 2013

Softball: SVHS tops Herculaneum

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent downed Herculaneum 12-0.

The Lady Indians play at Fredericktown today.

Volleyball: Perryville wins two, loses three to Windsor

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville won two and lost three at Windsor.

The varsity lost 24-26 and 19-25 to fall to 10-3.

The junior varsity lost two sets to one.

The freshmen lost two sets to one.

The eighth graders won two sets to one.

The seventh graders won two sets to one.

Perryville hosts De Soto for freshmen, junior varsity and varsity games Thursday beginning at 5 p.m.

Soccer: PHS tops Poplar Bluff

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed Poplar Bluff 4-0 to improve to 9-1.

Soccer: PHS tops Sikeston

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed Sikeston 4-0 to improve to 8-1.

Softball: PHS tops Fredericktown

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed visiting Fredericktown 16-3.

Softball: SVHS tops Ste. Genevieve

PERRYVILLE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to St. Vincent 13-4.

Cheerleading: PHS places second at state!

COLUMBIA – The Perryville High School cheerleaders returned from state with a second place plaque.

St. Vincent cross country report

By Coach Terry Wood

PERRYVILLE – St. Vincent traveled to Forest Park Saturday.

The meet was set into small schools (White) and large schools (Green) divisions. Schools could opt to move up. We remained in the smaller schools divisions. The meet medaled to 30 runners in each of the eight different races.

In the JV boys "White" (small schools) division:

Levi Krauss 17:50.8 1st place

Isaac Baer 18:16.5 5th place

Brett Lottes 23:13.5 260th place

Charles Nenninger 23:23.2 275th

Alex Lambert 23:28.6 279th

There were 426 runners in this race.

As a team these boys placed 20th out of 29 full teams competing.

In the JV girls White division:

Courtney Brown 23:47.5 22nd place

Shelby Schumer 25:03.6 55th place

Rachel Mudd 25:30.00 62nd place

Sara Geile 26:25.3 95th

195 runners competed in this race. Being short one team member, these girls were not able to place as a team.

The varsity boys white division had two runners from St. Vincent

John Lipe 18:00.7 58th place

Zach Schumer 19:35.2 176th place

270 runners compete in this race.

Each of my runners were able to set personal bests in their races. Each girl ran 1-2 minutes faster than their previous time at the SVCC invite. Each boy showed improvements ranging from 35 seconds to 6 minutes. Charles Nenninger ran for the biggest improvement on the day shaving almost 6 minutes off his previous best last year.

The fact that each athlete was able to improve in a field of highly competitive athletes shows me some great promise for what this team is capable of achieving. While we did not race as a team, taking this information tells me we are ready for big things. Next week we travel to SIU-Edwardsville to take on a set of stiff competitors on the other side of the river. Excited to see how our Varsity team will do when put together once again.

Volleyball: PHS places second in silver bracket at Oakville

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville went 3-2-4 and came in second in the silver bracket in the Oakville Tournament.

The Lady Pirates play freshmen, junior varsity and varsity games at Windsor Tuesday beginning at 5 p.m.

September 13, 2013

Volleyball: PHS tops Fredericktown, twice

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed Fredericktown twice.

The varsity won 25-12 and 25-16 to improve to 7-0.

The junior varsity won 25-27, 25-17 and 25-22.

The Lady Pirates play in the Oakville Tournament today and tomorrow.

Their first game is at 4 p.m. against Eureka.

Softball: PHS falls to Hillsboro

PERRYVILLE – Perryville fell to Hillsboro 4-2.

Soccer: PHS defeats Festus

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed Festus 10-0 to improve to 7-1.

September 12, 2013

Softball: St. Vincent falls to Festus

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent lost to Festus 6-1.

The Lady Indians play De Soto today.

September 11, 2013

Volleyball: Saxony Lutheran falls to St. Vincent

JACKSON – Saxony Lutheran lost to St. Vincent last night 18-25, 15-25.

Maddie Brune had three kills, Abby Bergman had nine digs, Kirsti Polhman had five digs and three assists, Breanna Mueller had four assist.

Soccer: PHS tops North County

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville won at North County 7-1.

Volleyball: PHS tops Farmington

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed visiting Farmington 25-18, 25-22.

The 6-0 Lady Pirates play at Fredericktown Thursday.

Softball: PHS tops Herculaneum

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed visiting Herculaneum 14-2.

The Lady Pirates plays Hillsboro today.

September 10, 2013

Softball: SVHS tops Saxony Lutheran

PERRYVILLE -- St. Vincent downed Saxony Lutheran 11-1 in five innings.

The 1-2 Lady Indians will host Festus Wednesday at 4 p.m.

The Lady Crusaders host Doniphan today at 4:30.

Soccer: PHS wins Notre Dame Soccerfest

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed Sikeston 1-0 Saturday to win the championship game of the Notre Dame Soccerfest.

St. Vincent Cross Country Report

Coach Terry Wood

PERRYVILLE -- John Lipe, Zach Schumer and Brett Lottes, along with sophomores Levi Krauss and Isaac Baer placed second in the Junior (11th grade) division of the Jackson Invitational.  

Levi Krauss placed sixth (13:33) John Lipe, eighth (13:40) Isaac Baer, ninth (13:41) and Zach Schumer, 32nd (15:23) for a team score of 55 points.

The team to beat was Kirkwood who fields a team of 50+ male runners and 80+ female runners each year. Kirkwood won the division with 28 points. Northwest was third with 62 points. 

Brett Lottes raced for 51st place in the Junior Division with his teammates (17:47). 

Sophomore Alex Lambert raced for 53rd in his division with a time of 17:47.

Juniors Courtney Brown, Sara Geile, and freshman Shelby Schumer raced for ninth place in the Junior Girls’ Division. 

Rachel Mudd, senior, raced for 27th place in her division with a time of 20:07.

As a coach I enjoy traveling here as it allows for me to see what lies in store for the rest of the season. Essentially we use this meet as a workout. It is not raced as a full 5k, the normal distance for a CC race. Rather this meet is held on a 2.35 mile short course. With it long enough to pose a challenge, yet short enough that it is not too taxing. As for the results, it came as a surprise to me when I found out how well we had done. I expected third of fourth, never expected to get second. Schools our size have a hard time making an impact against so many 4A schools like Kirkwood, Northwest, Cape Central, etc. It makes me cautiously hopeful that we can take home more trophies or plaques.

Top 25 results from Junior boys division: 

September 6, 2013

Soccer: PHS tops Polar Bluff

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed Poplar Bluff 7-0.

The Pirates play in the Notre Dame Tournament today.

September 5, 2013

Cross Country: St. Vincent boys first, girls third in home meet

PERRYVILLE – St. Vincent’s boys were led by Levi Krauss and his second place finish (18:35.42) as the Indians won their home cross country meet Wednesday with 20 points.

Jefferson came in second in a fifth place tie breaker with 41 points.

Saxony also had 41 points. Crusader Greg Hapgood won the meet (18:18.07).

St. Pius came in fourth with 45 points.

St. Vincent’s girls were led by Courtney Brown, who came in fifth (25:20.77).

Chaffee won the meet with 10 points led by first place finisher Holly Reutherford (24:30.99).

Saxony was second with 13, led by Grace Hanebrink, who came in third (25:42.49) and Breanne Etzold, who came in fourth (25:43.81).

Click here for complete results:

September 4, 2013

Softball: PHS tops Sikeston

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville downed visiting Sikeston 11-1.

The Lady Pirates host Saxony Lutheran today.

Volleyball: SLHS begins play in Woodland Tourney

JACKSON -- Saxony Lutheran began play in the Woodland Tourney last night.

The Lady Crusaders beat Advance 19-9,19-9, lost to Woodland 17-19, 12-19 and beat Leopold 19-15, 19-14.

Saxony has the second seed for bracket play which starts Friday.

Maddie Brune, Raegan Wieser and Courtney Bergman each had 11 kills for the night.

Breanna Mueller had 16 assists, Kirsti Polhman had 13 assists, Courtney Bergman had 18 digs Abby Bergman had 16 digs and Raegan Wieser had seven blocks.

Volleyball: PHS wins twice at Cape Central

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville won twice at Cape Central Tuesday.

The varsity won 25-10 and 25-12. The junior varsity won 25-16 and 25-19.

Both teams play in the Norte Dame Tournament Friday.

The junior varsity plays at 3:30.

The varsity plays host Notre Dame at 4:15.

Soccer: PHS places second at Carbondale

PERRYVILLE -- Perryville finished in second place in the Carbondale Tournament with a 2-1 record.

The Pirates opened with a 1-0 win over Waterloo, then defeated Carbondale 4-1 before losing to Anna Jonesboro 4-3 in the tournament's championship game.