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Friday, September 23, 2016

Volleyball: SGHS tops Potosi twice

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won twice at Potosi.

The varsity won 25-12, 25-22.

The junior varsity won 25-18, 25-20.

The Dragons play at Bismarck Monday at 6 p.m.

Volleyball: Valle defeats Arcadia Valley

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle defeated visiting Arcadia Valley in straight sets -- 27-25 and 25-17 to improve to 13-2 overall and 2-0 in the MAAA.

Valle plays Windsor Monday.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (7 points, 1 ace)

2. Hannah Bahr (7 points)

3. Hannah Viox (5 points, 2 aces)

4. Lainey Bauman (4 points, 1 ace)

5. Taylor Siebert (4 points)

6. Molly Fischer (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Hannah Viox (8 kills)

2. Lainey Bauman (8 kills)

3. Riley Wolk (7 kills)

4. Abby Umfleet (3 kills)

5. Taylor Siebert (3 kills)

6. Hannah Bahr (3 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (1 solo, 5 assists)

2. Hannah Bahr (2 assists)

3. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

4. Hannah Viox (1 assist)

5. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (14 digs)

2. Hannah Bahr (8 digs)

3. Lainey Bauman (8 digs)

4. Kaydi Heil (5 digs)

5. Hannah Viox (4 digs)

6. Taylor Siebert (4 digs)

7. Abby Umfleet (2 digs)

8. Riley Wolk (2 digs)

9. Allie Weiler (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (11 receptions)

2. Kaydi Heil (9 receptions)

3. Hannah Bahr (7 receptions)

4. Lainey Bauman (4 receptions)

5. Allie Weiler (2 receptions)

6. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (27 assists)

2. Kaydi Heil (2 assists)

3. Riley Wolk (1 assist)

Golf: SGHS beats Fredericktown

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve beat Farmington 197-236.

Madison DeRousse led the Dragons. Megan Selby was second and Tess Beyatte third.

The Dragons play in their district tournament Monday.

Football: SGMS tops Fredericktown twice

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School won both its games over Fredericktown.

The seventh graders won 28-8.

The eighth graders won 38-0.

Softball: SGHS falls to Park Hills

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost twice at Park Hills.

The varsity lost 9-1.

The junior varsity lost 13-3.

The Dragons open play in the MAAA Tournament Monday.

Ste. Genevieve has the No. 4 seed and will play No. 5 seed Fredericktown at 4:30 p.m. Monday at Ste. Genevieve on Field No. 1.

Farmington has the No. 1 seed in the tournament and will have a first round bye.

They will play the winner of the game between Ste. Genevieve and Fredericktown at 6 p.m. Monday.

North County has the No. 2 seed and also has a first round bye. They will play the winner of the game between No. 3 seed Park Hills and No. 6 seed Potosi at 6 p.m. Monday.

Park Hills and Potosi play at 4:30 p.m. Monday on Field No. 2.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Football: Valle 61, Grandview 6

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic looks to extend the nations longest active winning streak when it travels to Jefferson Friday night.

The Warriors won their 50th straight when they cruised by winless Grandview Monday night 61-6.

The game was postponed in the first quarter last Friday night due to storms in the Ste. Genevieve area.

Valle (5-0) had an 8-0 lead before the rescheduling.

Monday night, quarterback Mason Skaggs added 1st quarter TD passes of 40 yards to Coleman Keeley, 16-yards to Cole Wood, 18-yards to Blake Pennell, Tristan Rollhaus also had a TD catch as Valle led 35-0 after the period.

The Warriors put up 2nd quarter scores on a 12-yard TD pass to Tyler Blum and a 5-yard TD run by Cody Stoll for a 47-0 halftime advantage.

Valle's third quarter scores came on a 30-yard TD run by Pennell and a 10-yard TD pass by backup quarterback Chase Dunlap to Collin Grass.

Jefferson (4-1) has wins this season over Cabool (26-24), Herculaneum (41-6), St. Pius (48-7), and Crystal City (52-0).

Their only loss was to East Prairie (19-8).

Last year Valle won 63-6.

The 7 p.m. game Friday will be broadcast on KSGM AM 980 and ksgm980.com.

It will be the first sports broadcast by Joey Koishor who has joined the Donze Communications sports staff.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Taylor named SEC Freshman Runner of the Week

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Following her spectacular collegiate debut at the Riverside Invitational last weekend in California, Arkansas freshman Taylor Werner has been selected as the SEC Freshman Runner of the Week.

Werner graduated from Ste. Genevieve High School in May.

The award is the first of Werner’s career as a Razorback.

Kicking off her season in the Riverside 5K, Werner put on a show for spectators, displaying tremendous speed and endurance for a young runner.

The Ste. Genevieve, Missouri native powered through the Ags/Ops course, controlling the race through its entirety before crossing the finish line in 16 minutes, 48.52 seconds to capture a meet title in the first race of her college career. Werner was the only performer at the meet to record a sub-17 minute performance which earned her a spot on Arkansas’ all-time best top 20 5K list.

Her performance also secured Arkansas’ third team title of the 2016 season.

The young standout will next compete on her home course of Agri Park when the Razorbacks host the 28th Annual Chile Pepper Festival on Saturday, Oct. 1.

Riverside Invitational 5K Team Results (Top Three)
1. Arkansas – 28 (1-2-4-6-15)
2. Biola – 63 (5-8-9-19-22)
3. Cal Poly Pomona – 94 (12-13-17-24-28)

Arkansas Results – Riverside 5K (Overall Finishes)
1. Taylor Werner – 16:48.52
2. Therese Haiss – 17:13.23
4. Sydney Brown – 17:24.25
7. (6 scoring) Madeleine Reed – 17:48.29
20. (15 scoring) Grace Taylor – 18:19.70
28. (20 scoring) Micah Huckabee – 18:27.11

2016 Cross Country Schedule
Thurs, Sept. 1 – Cowboy Duals (Stillwater, Okla.) | 1st of 4
Sat, Sept. 17 – Riverside Invitational (Riverside, Calif.) 8:30 a.m. | 6K, 1st of 20 / 5K, 1st of 20
Sat, Sept. 17 – Southern Stampede (Joplin, Mo.) 9:30 a.m. | 5K D-I, 1st of 2
Sat, Oct. 1 – Chile Pepper Festival (Agri Park) 9:45 a.m.
Sat, Oct. 15 – Pre-Nationals (Terre Haute, Ind.) 10:35 a.m.
Fri, Oct. 28 – SEC Championship (Agri Park) 10:00 a.m.
Fri, Nov. 11 – NCAA South Central Regional (Agri Park) 11:00 a.m.
Sat, Nov. 19 – NCAA Championship (Terre Haute, Ind.) 11:00 a.m.

Bold denotes a home event.

For more information on Arkansas track and field including in-meet updates, follow @RazorbackTF on Twitter.

Volleyball: Valle wins at West County

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle won at West County 25-10, 25-17 to improve 12 wins, 2 losses on the season and 1 win, 0 losses in the MAAA Conference.

Valle hosts Arcadia Valley Thursday night.

Valle stats:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (13 points, 4 aces)

2. Molly Fischer (7 points, 4 aces)

3. Kaydi Heil (4 points)

4. Taylor Siebert (4 points)

5. Lainey Bauman (2 points)

6. Sydni Basler (2 points)

7. Hannah Viox (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (6 kills)

2. Lainey Bauman (6 kills)

3. Riley Wolk (3 kills)

4. Hannah Viox (3 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 kill)

7. Molly Fischer (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (2 solos, 8 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (5 assists)

3. Taylor Siebert (5 assists)

4. Hannah Viox (3 assists)

5. Hannah Bahr(1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (7 digs)

2. Kaydi Heil (6 digs)

3. Sydni Basler (6 digs)

4. Molly Fischer (4 digs)

5. Lainey Bauamn (3 digs)

6. Abby Umfleet (3 digs)

7. Taylor Siebert (3 digs)

8. Riley Wolk (1 dig)

9. Hannah Viox (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (10 receptions)

2. Hannah Bahr (2 receptions)

3. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)

4. Kaydi Heil (2 receptions)

5. Lainey Bauman (1 reception)

6. Allie Weiler (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (19 assists)

2. Kaydi Heil (2 assists)

Volleyball: SGHS wins both games over North County

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won both games over visiting North County.

The varsity won 25-11 and 25-14 for their first conference win of the season.

The junior varsity won 25-23 and 25-20.

The Dragons play at Potosi Thursday at 6 p.m.

Volleyball: SGMS splits with Potosi

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School split its games with Potosi.

The seventh graders lost 7-25 and 13-25.

The eighth graders won 25-9 and 25-6.

Softball: SGHS wins both games at Fredericktown

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won both games at Fredericktown.

The varsity won 19-8 in five innings.

The junior varsity won 12-1.

The Dragons play at Park Hills Thursday at 4:30.

Freshmen Football: SGHS tops Park Hills

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve freshmen topped Park Hills 24-12.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Football: Valle 61, Grandview 6

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle completed its storm interrupted game with Grandview last night and won 61-6.

The Warriors play at Jefferson Friday at 7 p.m.

Hear the game live on AM 980 KSGM and www.ksgm980.com following the coaches preview show at 6 and followed by the scoreboard show.

Softball: SGHS drops two games to Farmington

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost both games to Farmington Monday.

The varsity lost 10-0.

The junior varsity lost 14-13.

The Dragons play at Fredericktown today at 4:30 p.m.

Volleyball: SGMS wins both games with Caledonia

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School won both its games with Caledonia last night.

The seventh graders won 25-6 and 25-9.

The eighth graders won 25-13 and 25-13.

Golf: SGHS falls to Cape Notre Dame

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve fell to visiting Cape Notre Dame.

Madison DeRousse tied for the top score with a 38.

Ste. Genevieve plays Cape Notre Dame and Carbondale today at 4 at Dalhousie in Cape.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Valle will complete storm-interrupted game tonight

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic looks to extend their winning streak to 50 when they play Grandview this Monday night.

The game was called early in the first due to storms and lightning in Ste. Genevieve on Friday with Valle leading 8-0.

The Warriors had scored with 10:53 in the first on a Mason Skaggs to Tristan Rollhaus 16-yard pass play.

Skaggs added the conversion.

The win streak is the longest in the nation.

This Friday Valle will play at Jefferson for what will likely be the conference championship. Jefferson is coming off a 52-0 blow out over Crystal City.

Last season Valle won 63-6.

Jefferson's only loss this season has been to East Prairie (19-8). Their other wins were over Cabool (26-24), Herculaneum (41-6), and St. Pius (48-7).

The game will be broadcast on AM 980 KSGM and ksgm980.com and will be the first for sportscaster Joey Koishor.

Football: SGHS falls to Park Hill 8-7

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste Gen suffered an 8-7 loss at state ranked and undefeated Park Hills Saturday night.

The game had been postponed due to lightning and storms on Friday night.

The Dragons (2-3) scored first when Luke Brewster ran in from 18-yard out with 1:08 in the opening period and led 7-0.

A second quarter safety provided the only first half points the Rebels could manage and they trailed 7-2 at the half.

Park Hills (5-0) took the lead and the game on a 17-yard TD run in the third.

Ste Gen will welcome Potosi this Friday night. Last year Ste. Gen won 41-19.

The Trojans come off a 21-11 win over Fredericktown.

Volleyball: Valle places second in St. Charles Tournament

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle finished in second place in the St. Charles Tournament going 2-1 in pool play and losing to Troy in the championship contest.

Valle defeated Mehlville in its first pool game 25-17, 25-22.

Valle stats vs Mehlville:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Kaydi Heil (7 points, 1 ace)

2. Hannah Bahr (5 points)

3. Sydni Basler (3 points, 1 ace)

4. Taylor Siebert (3 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (12 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (5 kills)

3. Hannah Bahr (3 kills)

4. Sydni Basler (2 kills)

5. Taylor Siebert (2 kills)

6. Hannah Viox (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (2 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

3. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (7 digs)

2. Sydni Basler (6 digs)

3. Kaydi Heil (5 digs)

4. Allie Weiler (5 digs)

5. Taylor Siebert (4 digs)

6. Abby Umfleet (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (7 receptions)

2. Lainey Bauman (5 receptions)

3. Hannah Bahr (3 receptions)

4. Allie Weiler (3 receptions)

5. Kaydi Heil (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (20 assists)

2. Sydni Basler (1 assist)

3. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

4. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

5. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

In the second pool game Valle defeated John Burroughs 27-25, 25-17.

Valle stats for John Burroughs:

Scoring Leaders

1. Hannah Viox (5 points, 1 ace)

2. Hannah Bahr (4 points, 1 ace)

3. Sydni Basler (3 points, 1 ace)

4. Taylor Siebert (3 points)

5. Lainey Bauman (2 points, 1 ace)

6. Kaydi Heil (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (5 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (5 kills)

3. Hannah Bahr (4 kills)

4. Hannah Viox (4 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 kill)

7. Molly Fischer (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (1 solo)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (9 digs)

2. Allie Weiler (6 digs)

3. Hannah Bahr (5 digs)

4. Kaydi Heil (2 digs)

5. Taylor Siebert (2 digs)

6. Hannah Viox (2 digs)

7. Lainey Bauamn (2 digs)

8. Riley Wolk (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (9 receptions)

2. Abby Umfleet (4 receptions)

3. Hannah Bahr (4 receptions)

4. Kaydi Heil (4 receptions)

5. Lainey Bauman (2 receptions)

6. Allie Weiler (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (19 assists)

2. Sydni Basler (1 assist)

3. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

Valle lost to Troy 22-25, 25-20, 15-7 in the third pool game.

Valle stats vs Troy:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (7 points, 1 ace)

2. Kaydi Heil (6 points, 1 ace)

3. Lainey Bauman (4 points)

4. Hannah Bahr (4 points)

5. Sydni Basler (3 points, 2 aces)

6. Hannah Viox (3 points, 1 ace)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (6 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (6 kills)

3. Hannah Bahr (5 kills)

4. Taylor Siebert (4 kills)

5. Sydni Basler (3 kills)

6. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

7. Hannah Viox (2 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (4 assists)

2. Hannah Viox (3 assists)

3. Riley Wolk (3 assists)

4. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

5. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (8 digs)

2. Sydni Basler (7 digs)

3. Kaydi Heil (3 digs)

4. Taylor Siebert (3 digs)

5. Allie Weiler (2 digs)

6. Hannah Bahr (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (10 receptions)

2. Kaydi Heil (5 receptions)

3. Lainey Bauman (4 receptions)

4. Abby Umfleet (3 receptions)

5. Allie Weiler (2 receptions)

6. Hannah Bahr (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (20 assists)

2. Sydni Basler (1 assist)

3. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

4. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

Valle beat Fort Zumwalt South 25-23, 25-15 in a semifinal game.

Valle stats vs Fort Zumwalt South

Scoring Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (15 points, 2 aces)

2. Hannah Viox (4 points, 1 ace)

3. Hannah Bahr (4 points)

4. Kaydi Heil (3 points. 1 ace)

5. Sydni Basler (2 points)

6. Lainey Bauman (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (11 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (7 kills)

3. Abby Umfleet (6 kills)

4. Taylor Siebert (3 kills)

5. Hannah Bahr (3 kills)

6. Hannah Viox (3 kills)

7. Sydni Basler (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (1 assist)

2. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (11 digs)

2. Taylor Seibert (5 digs)

3. Lainey Bauman (4 digs)

4. Allie Weiler (3 digs)

5. Hannah Bahr (2 digs)

6. Abby Umfleet (2 digs)

7. Kaydi Heil (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (9 receptions)

2. Abby Umfleet (8 receptions)

3. Allie Weiler (6 receptions)

4. Kaydi Heil (5 receptions)

5. Lainey Bauman (3 receptions)

6. Hannah Bahr (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (25 assists)

2. Hannah Bahr (2 assists)

3. Riley Wolk (1 assist)

4. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

Valle lost to Troy 20-25, 20-25 in the championship game.

Valle improves to 11-2 on the season and plays at West County Tuesday.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (5 points, 1 ace)

2. Hannah Viox (3 points)

3. Lainey Bauman (3 points)

4. Hannah Bahr (2 points)

5. Taylor Siebert (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (7 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (6 kills)

3. Hannah Bahr (5 kills)

4. Hannah Viox (5 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 kill)

7. Sydni Basler (1 kill)

8. Kaydi Heil (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (3 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (2 assists)

3. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

4. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

5. Hannah Viox (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (12 digs)

2. Taylor Seibert (8 digs)

3. Lainey Bauman (5 digs)

4. Hannah Bahr (5 digs)

5. Hannah Viox (5 digs)

6. Abby Umfleet (4 digs)

7. Kaydi Heil (3 digs)

8. Allie Weiler (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (15 receptions)

2. Kaydi Heil (6 receptions)

3. Lainey Bauman (6 receptions)

4. Hannah Bahr (3 receptions)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)

6. Allie Weiler (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (24 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (3 assists)

3. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

Volleyball: SGHS freshmen top Seckman, lose to Hillsboro

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve freshmen lost to Hillsboro in three sets and defeated Seckman in two sets in games played at Hillsboro Saturday.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Volleyball: Valle tops North County

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle beat visiting North County 25-20, 25-15 to improve to 7-1 on the season.

The Lady Warriors play in the St. Charles Tournament tomorrow.

Valle stats:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Kaydi Heil (7 points, 2 aces)

2. Rachel Loida (5 points, 3 aces)

3. Sydni Basler (5 points, 1 ace)

4. Hannah Bahr (4 points, 1 ace)

5. Hannah Viox (3 points, 1 ace)

6. Lainey Bauman (2 points, 1 ace)

7. Taylor Siebert (1 point)

8. Grace Eftink (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Hannah Viox (6 kills)

2. Lainey Bauman (5 kills)

3. Abby Umfleet (3 kills)

4. Hannah Bahr (3 kills)

5. Taylor Siebert (3 kills)

6. Riley Wolk (2 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (1 solo, 2 assists)

2. Lainey Bauman (3 assists)

3. Hannah Viox (2 assists)

4. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (7 digs)

2. Taylor Siebert (6 digs)

3. Sydni Basler (5 digs)

4. Kaydi Heil (3 digs)

5. Abby Umfleet (3 digs)

6. Hannah Viox (2 digs)

7. Lainey Bauman (2 digs)

8. Rachel Loida (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (7 receptions)

2. Sydni Basler (7 receptions)

3. Kaydi Heil (5 receptions)

4. Allie Weiler (5 receptions)

5. Hannah Bahr (4 receptions)

6. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (18 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

3. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

Football: SGMS tops Windsor twice

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School won both its games with Windsor.

The seventh graders won 16-6.

The eighth graders won 26-0.

Softball: SGHS wins at Potosi

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won at Potosi 17-5 in five innings.

The Dragons play at Fredericktown Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Volleyball: SGHS wins both games over SLHS
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won both games with Saxony Lutheran last night.

The varsity won 25-19, 25-17.

The junior varsity won 25-11, 25-13.

The Dragon freshmen play Hillsboro and Seckman at Hillsboro Saturday at 10 a.m.

The varsity and junior varsity are back in action Tuesday when they host North County.

Softball: SGHS tops Cape Central
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve downed Cape Central 16-15 on a walk off hit for senior night.

The Dragons play at Potosi today at 4:30.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Volleyball: Valle tops Fredericktown
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic won at Fredericktown 25-18 and 25-16 to improve to 6-1 on the season.

Valle will host North County Thursday.

Valle stats:

Scoring Leaders:
1. Taylor Siebert (12 points, 2 aces)
2. Kaydi Heil (5 points, 1 ace)
3. Hannah Bahr (5 points)
4. Sydni Basler (3 points)
5. Lainey Bauman (1 point)
6. Hannah Viox (1 point)

Attack Leaders:
1. Lainey Bauman (8 kills)
2. Hannah Bahr (7 kills)
3. Sydni Basler (5 kills)
4. Riley Wolk (4 kills)
5. Hannah Viox (4 kills)
6. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)
7. Taylor Sieber (1 kill)
8. Molly Fischer (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:
1. Riley Wolk (4 assists)
2. Lainey Bauman (1 solo, 2 assists)
3. Hannah Viox (3 assists)
4. Abby Umfleet (3 assists)
5. Hannah Bahr (1 assist)
6. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:
1. Sydni Basler (9 digs)
2. Hannah Bahr (9 digs)
3. Taylor Siebert (8 digs)
4. Lainey Bauman (5 digs)
5. Riley Wolk (4 digs)
6. Kaydi Heil (3 digs)
7. Abby Umfleet (1 dig)
8. Allie Weiler (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:
1. Lainey Bauman (7 receptions)
2. Hannah Bahr (6 receptions)
3. Sydni Basler (6 receptions)
4. Allie Weiler (5 receptions)
5. Kaydi Heil (4 receptions)
6. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)
7. Molly Fischer (2 receptions)
8. Riley Wolk (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:
1. Taylor Siebert (26 assists)
2. Abby Umfleet (2 assists)
3. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)
4. Sydni Basler (1 assist)

Volleyball: Ste. Genevieve falls to St. Pius
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve's varsity and junior varsity lost both their game at St. Pius.

The varsity lost 21-25 and 17-25.

The JV lost 21-25 and 16-25.

Ste. Genevieve travels to Saxony Lutheran today at 5.

Volleyball: SGMS tops Perryville
STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Middle School teams won both their games over Perryville.

The seventh graders won 21-25, 25-21 and 25-14.

The eighth graders won 25-8, 21-25 and 25-14.

Softball: SGHS varsity loses, JV wins
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve split their games with North County

The varsity lost 9-4.

The junior varsity won 10-9.

The Dragons host Cape Central today at 5:30 for Senior Night.

Football: SGHS freshmen fall to Scott City
STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve freshmen lost to Scott City 28-7.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Golf: SGHS second in tri-match
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve finished behind Cape Notre Dame but ahead of Farmington in a tri-match at Crown Pointe.

Madison DeRousse tied for second.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Cape Notre Dame Monday at 4:30.

Volleyball: Valle tops St. Vincent
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic topped St. Vincent 25-17, 25-20 as the Lady Warriors improve to 5-1 on the season.

Valle plays at Fredericktown tonight.

Valle stats:

Scoring Leaders:
1. Hannah Viox (10 points, 4 aces)
2. Allie Weiler (6 points, 1 ace)
3. Sydni Basler (5 points)
4. Hannah Bahr (4 points)
5. Kaydi Heil (2 points)
6. Lainey Bauman (1 point, 1 ace)

Attack Leaders:
1. Riley Wolk (7 kills)
2. Hannah Viox (6 kills)
3. Lainey Bauman (4 kills)
4. Hannah Bahr (3 kills)
5. Kaydi Heil (1 kill)
6. Abby Umfleet (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:
1. Riley Wolk (2 assists)
2. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)
3. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)
4. Hannah Viox (1 assist)
5. Hannah Bahr (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:
1. Sydni Basler (7 digs)
2. Hannah Bahr (6 digs)
3. Taylor Siebert (5 digs)
4. Lainey Bauman (4 digs)
5. Abby Umfleet (2 digs)
6. Kaydi Heil (2 digs)
7. Allie Weiler (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:
1. Sydni Basler (11 receptions)
2. Lainey Bauman (9 receptions)
3. Hannah Bahr (5 receptions)
4. Allie Weiler (3 receptions)
5. Kaydi Heil (3 receptions)

Assist Leaders:
1. Taylor Siebert (21 assists)
2. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

Volleyball: SGMS splits with Farmington
STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Middle School split with Farmington.

The seventh graders lost 18-25 and 16-25.

The eighth graders won 25-17, 24-26 and 15-5.

Ste. Genevieve's varsity and junior varsity plays at St. Pius tonight at 6.

Football: SGHS sophomores top Fredericktown
STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve sophomores defeated Fredericktown 27-8.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Football: Valle tops Crystal City in storm-shortened contest
Valle Catholic's game at Crystal City Friday night was called just after the first quarter due to heavy rain and lightning with Valle leading 34-0.

Tristan Huck leads the Warriors to the field

Junior quarterback Mason Skaggs had TD throws of 44 and 32 yards to Cole Wood and 52 yards to Coleman Keeley.

Captains Cole Wood , Ben Roth, Evan Grein, Jacob Friend watch coin toss

Chris Loida also scored on a 4-yard run.

Cole Wood finds the goal line in a downpour to put the warriors up 34 to 0

The Warrior's now 4-0 pushed their winning streak to 49 games the longest in the nation.

Refs decide to call the game after dangerous lighting. (Photos by Erik Herzog)

The Hornets dropped to 2-2.

Valle will welcome Grandview of Hillsboro this Friday night.

The Eagles have lost to Scott City (46-8), Brentwood (72-8), and St. Pius (46-8). The score of their rescheduled game with Chaffee was not reported Saturday.

Football: SGHS tops Fredericktown
STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste Gen Dragons rolled to a 39-0 win over Fredericktown Friday night in a rain plagued game that was stopped in the second quarter and delayed for over an hour due to lightning in Ste. Genevieve.

The Dragons led the Blackcats 21-0 after the first and it appeared the only thing that could stop Ste. Gen was the weather.

Quarterback Brandon Hinson had TD throws to Luke Brewster and Dalton Giesler.

Wade Hahn ran in a score near the end of the first and Ste. Gen added a two-point conversion.

Another score by Brewster lifted Ste. Gen to a 27-0 lead at the break.

Ste. Gen added scores in both the third and fourth as they improved to 2-2 on the season.

The Dragons will play at state ranked Park Hills Central (4-0) this Friday.

Park Hills has wins over Sullivan (39-19), MICDS (14-10), Potosi (33-7) and Confluence Prep Academy (43-6).

Last season the Rebels beat Ste. Gen 40-21.

Volleyball SGHS finishes second at North County
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve came in second in the North County Tournament Saturday.

The Dragons finished with a 2-1-1 tournament record.

Ste. Genevieve plays at St. Pius Tuesday beginning at 6.

Volleyball: SGMS 8th grade girls win their tourney
STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Middle School eighth grade team won their own tournament, winning every set and topping Park Hills for the crown.

Cross Country: SGHS runs at Forest Park
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve ran at Forest Park Saturday.

Individually:

Ben Naeger came in second, Schuyler Ogden was 12th and Nathaniel Ogden came in 15th as the team finished in eighth place.

Sarah Moore came in fourth and Olivia Grein came in 12th in the girls varsity race.

Rylee Huck came in 18th in the girls junior varsity race.

Ste. Genevieve next runs in the Hancock Invitational at Jefferson Barracks Saturday, September 24.

Friday, September 9, 2016
Voleyball: SGMS, SGHS scores reported
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve seventh graders lost to Arcadia Valley 21-25 and 11-25.

Ste. Genevieve eighth graders topped Arcadia Valley 25-22 and 25-21.

Ste. Genevieve freshmen lost to Jackson 25-20, 24-26 and 20-25.

Ste. Genevieve varsity plays in the North County Tournament Saturday.

Football: SGMS splits with De Soto
STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve seventh grade lost to De Soto 42-22.

The eighth grade football team defeated De Soto 36-22.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Volleyball: VHS falls to Saxony Lutheran
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle fell to Saxony Lutheran in straight sets, 24-26 and 24-26 for its first loss of the season against four wins.

Valle hosts St. Vincent Friday.

Valle stats:

Scoring Leaders:
1. Sydni Basler (6 points)
2. Lainey Bauman (4 points, 2 aces)
3. Hannah Bahr (4 points)
4. Kaydi Heil (3 points, 1 ace)
5. Hannah Viox (3 points, 1 ace)
6. Taylor Siebert (1 point)

Attack Leaders:
1. Sydni Basler (7 kills)
2. Lainey Bauman (7 kills)
3. Hannah Bahr (6 kills)
4. Hannah Viox (5 kills)
5. Grace Eftink (2 kills)

Blocking Leaders:
1. Hannah Viox (1 solo, 1 assist)
2. Hannah Bahr (1 solo)
3. Grace Eftink (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:
1. Hannah Bahr (10 digs)
2. Sydni Basler (8 digs)
3. Lainey Bauman (7 digs)
4. Allie Weiler (6 digs)
5. Taylor Siebert (4 digs)
6. Sydni Basler (3 digs)
7. Hannah Viox (3 digs)
8. Kaydi Heil (3 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:
1. Lainey Bauman (14 receptions)
2. Sydni Basler (9 receptions)
3. Kaydi Heil (6 receptions)
4. Hannah Bahr (5 receptions)
5. Allie Weiler (3 receptions)
6. Taylor Siebert (3 receptions)
7. Grace Eftink (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:
1. Taylor Siebert (21 assists)
2. Sydni Basler (3 assists)
3. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)
4. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

Volleyball: SGHS sweeps De Soto
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve swept De Soto last night with three straight set wins.

The varsity won 25-15, 25-9.

The junior varsity won 25-18, 25-11.

The freshmen won 25-20, 25-14.

The freshmen play at Jackson today at 5:30.

Ste. Genevieve plays in the North County Tournament Saturday. Opponents and game times will be announced later.

Softball: SGHS falls to Festus
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve fell to Festus 16-0.

The Dragons fall to 2-8 overall.

Ste. Genevieve's junior varsity lost 10-3 to Festus.

Ste. Genevieve plays at Farmington today at 4:30.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Softball: SGHS falls to Park Hills
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve fell to visiting Park Hills 7-1.

The Dragons fall to 2-7 overall and 1-4 in the MAAA Conference.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Festus today at 4:30.

Volleyball: SGHS falls to Cape Notre Dame
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve fell to visiting Cape Notre Dame 25-18, 10-25 and 22-25.

The Dragons fall to 5-3-2 on the season.

Ste. Genevieve hosts De Soto today at 5.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Football: VHS wins at Caruthersville
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic got off to a 28-0 1st quarter lead enroute to a 48-36 win at Caruthersville Friday night.

Wood battles the sun for a 24 yard touchdown catch early in the first quarter.

(All photos by Erik Herzog)

The win was the Warrior's 48th straight the longest active winning streak in the nation.

Junior Mason Skaggs 24-yard TD pass to Cole Wood gave Valle (3-0) a 7-0 lead with 8:47 in the 1st.

Skaggs 8-yard TD run and Wood's kick with 3:47 made it 14-0.

Skaggs' 9 yard run put his team up 14 to 0 in 1st quarter

Valle scored twice in the last minute of the quarter.

Wood after a handoff from Skaggs hooked up with Cole Keeley on a 44-yard TD pass as the Warriors went up 21-0. Then Wood ran in a 42-yard fumble recovery to give the Warriors a 28-0 lead over the class 2 Tigers (1-2).

Valle fans enjoying a great game.

Caruthersville's first points came on a 25-yard field goal just into the second but Valle answered with another score as Cody Stoll broke a 25-yard run to give the Warriors a 35-3 lead 8:02 before the break.

The Tigers (1-2) made it more interesting with two scores before the half. Deandre Davis scored on a 45-yard run and Dustin Russel caught a 32-yard TD pass to make it 35-17 at the intermission.

A seven-yard Davis TD run with 7:11 in the third made it 35-24 but that was as close as the Tigers would get.

A 44 yard touchdown pass from Keeley to Wood.

Skaggs ran in a 4-yard score with 2:59 in the period for a 41-24 Valle lead. He then found Wood for a 27-yard TD reception and a 48-24 Valle lead just before the end of the quarter.

The Tigers added two fourth quarter scores on a 25-yard run and a 28 yard run to make the final 48-36.

Stoll breaks away 25 yards for a Warrior touchdown.

Skaggs threw for 208 yards in the game hitting 11 of 20 passes, six went to Wood for 175 yards.
Stoll ran for 123 yards on 20 carries.

George Qualls had 16 receptions for 246 yards for the Tigers. Davis ran for 110 of the Tigers yards on 17 carries.

Woods catch put the Warriors on the two-yard line

Valle will play at Crystal City Friday night. Last season the Warriors beat the Hornets 76-7. Crystal City (2-1) is coming off a 26-12 win over Principia. They lost their opener 39-19 then beat Kelly 7-0.

Football: SGHS falls to Hillsboro
The Ste Gen Dragons gave up a kickoff return score in the closing seconds of the 1st half and fell 44-26 at class 4 Hillsboro Friday night.

Ste Gen (1-2) took the lead 18-16 in the last minute of the half on a 3-yard TD pass from Brandon Hinson to Gabe Gremminger but missed the extra point.

The Hawks (3-0) returned the ensuing kickoff and took a 22-18 lead into the break.

Hillsboro built their lead to 38-18 in the third.

Hinson found Luke Brewster on a 51-yard score and the Dragons added a two-point conversion early in the fourth but Hillsboro held off the Dragons and added another score on a fumble recovery for the win.

Ste Gen took the first lead in the game when Hinson found Brewster on a short TD pass but Hillsboro blocked the kick.

The Hawks then scored early in the second and led 8-6.

Ste. Gen answered scoring on a kick off return by Camden Roe. After a missed try for two Ste. Gen trailed 12-8 with 11:37 on the clock.

Hillsboro again answered and again added a two-point conversion to lead 16-12.

Ste Gen will return home to host the Fredericktown this Friday night.

The Blackcats come in after a 28-13 win over PHS last week. They lost their season opener to Kennett 57-10 before beating Herculaneum 41-14.

Last season Ste Gen beat Fredericktown 35-7.

Volleyball: SGHS goes 2-1-2 at Cape Tourney
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve went 2-1-2 at the Cape Tourney this past weekend to improve their overall record to 5-2-2.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Cape Notre Dame Tuesday at 5 p.m.