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Week of August 22, 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

Volleyball: Valle tops Park Hills
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle won at Park Hills in straight sets last night to improve to 2-0 on the season.

The Lady Warriors won 25-15 and 25-12.

Valle hosts Jefferson Monday.

Volleyball: SGHS tops Fox three times
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve beat visiting Fox three times last night.

The varsity won in straight sets: 25-17 and 25-22

The junior varsity did the same, winning 25-7 and 25-4.

The freshmen completed the trifecta, winning 25-13 and 26-7.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Windsor Wednesday at 6.

Softball: SGHS falls twice to North County
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve fell to North County 15-5 in six innings.

The junior varsity lost 11-6.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Potosi Tuesday at 4:30.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Softball: SGHS falls to Sikeston
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost at Sikeston 15-0 in five innings.

The junior varsity played to a 7-7 tie.

Ste. Genevieve plays at North County today at 4:30.

Golf: SGHS is 10th at Camden Tourney
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve came in 10th of 17 teams at the Camdenton Tourney at Old Kinderhook. Madison DeRousse finished in fifth place.

Ste. Genevieve plays Fort Zumwalt South and Washington at Zumwalt South Monday at 3:30.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Softball: SGHS falls to Farmington

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to Farmington 20-1.

The Ste. Genevieve junior varsity lost to Farmington 15-5 in seven innings.

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

Volleyball: VHS tops PHS
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle defeated visiting Perryville 25-14 and 25-18 in the Lady Warriors season opener.

The Valle freshmen won in straight sets.

The Perryville junior varsity won in straight sets.

Valle plays at Park Hills Thursday.

Perryville plays at Cape Central Thursday.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Volleyball: SGHS tops Festus
STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve hosted Festus for freshmen, junior varsity and varsity games last night.

The freshmen won 25-16, 25-14.

The junior varsity won 25-21, 25-22.

Photo by Sheila Henderson

The varsity won 25-15, 25-10.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Fox Thursday at 5 p.m.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Football: Ste. Genevieve 35, Dexter 6
The Ste. Gen Dragons opened their season holding off Dexter for a second straight year 35-6.

The Dragons took a 14-0 lead at the half after a pair of scoring strikes from quarterback Brandon Hinson. Hinson found Luke Brewster for a 7-yard score early in the second and then a 34-yard TD pass to Dalton Giesler.

Ste Gen built the lead to 20-0 in the third on a short TD run by Camden Roe.

The Bearcats only score came in the third on a Payton Tinnin 13-yard run.

Gabe Greminger's 2-yard TD run and Wade Hahn's 28-yard TD run late in the fourth quarter put the game away for Ste. Genevieve.

The Dragons suffered three interceptions in the game but their defense held Dexter to only 80 yards in the game. The Ste. Gen offense had over 350 yards in their opener.

Ste Gen was without senior quarterback Wyatt Lalumandier who will miss the season with an injury suffered in a summer baseball game.

The Dragons will play at crosstown rival Valle Catholic on Friday.

The 7:00 pm Ste Gen at Valle game will be broadcast this Friday on AM 980 KSGM and online at ksgm980.com

Football: Valle 77, St. Vincent 0
Photos by Erik Herzog

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic scored early and often against rival St. Vincent in the season opener in Ste. Genevieve Friday night. Their 77-0 shutout was their 12th straight win over St. Vincent and 46th straight win which is now the longest winning streak in the nation. The win came on a night when Valle honored their 1966 undefeated and unscored upon team.

Tristan Huck runs in to put the first points on the score board on opening drive.

The Warriors needed only four plays for their first score as Tristan Huck scored on a 22 yard TD run with 10:12 in the first.

Valle took advantage of an Indian fumble and quickly made it 14-0 on a TD pass from new starting quarterback Mason Skaggs to Cole Wood with 10:00 in the period.

The Indians lost their starting running back on the opening kickoff.

"Riley Riehn got some teeth knocked out on the kick off and could not put his mouth piece in. Medical staff said he could not play. It’s hard when you loose your starting running back and safety that early," said St. Vincent coach Nathan Rowland now in his third year.

An interception gave the Indians their best opportunity of the game to score but Valle stopped the drive at the five and three plays later Skaggs hooked up again with Wood for a 91-yard TD to make it 21-0 with 6:07 in the opening period.

Valle's defense shined keeping St. Vincent from scoring.

"That really took a lot out of our guys," Rowland said.

The Warriors added a 21-yard TD pass again to Wood and a 1-yard TD run by Cody Stoll to lead 34-0 after the 1st.

Cole Wood hauls in a pass for his third touchdown of the night.

Chris Loida ran in for a 7-yard TD early in the second and Skaggs found Tristan Rollhaus on a 13-yard TD pass to make it 48-0 with 9:31 in the 2nd.

Stoll broke a 50-yard TD run with 8:07 in the period as Valle went ahead 55-0.

With reserves in the game, before the half, the Warriors went 90 yards in six plays and scored on a 10-yard run by Clayton Drury to give Valle a 62-0 lead at the half.

Cody Stoll runs past several defenders to put 6 more on the board for Valle

The second half was played under a continuous clock. The Warriors Kellen Blum's 4-yard TD run and a safety by Tyler Blum gave Valle a 70-0 lead at the end of the third.

Freshman Peyton Tuckers 8-yard TD run and another extra point kick by Ryan Grein in the fourth gave Valle the 77-0 final.

"I told the kids this was just one game, they are defending state champions. We had chances early but did not execute and Valle just took it to us," Rowland said.

"We thought we did a good job preparing our kids. A lot of jobs are on the line and they had a chance to audition tonight. We got a lot of kids in the game," said Valle coach Judd Naeger.

Valle had over 600 yards of offense in the game averaging over 10-yards per play against the Indians.

Naeger said he was pleased with Skaggs varsity quarterback debut. "He was a good jv quarterback last year. He made a mistake throwing that early interception but he will be fine."

St. Vincent will host Scott City this Friday night hoping to reverse last seasons 33-6 loss to the Rams.

"Our kids will not need any motivation for Scott City. We won't dwell on this loss,” Roland said.

Scott City opened their season beating Grandview 46-8.

The Warriors will host cross town rival Ste. Genevieve. The Dragons beat Dexter 35-6 in their opener.

"We have to have our best week of practice," Naeger said.

Last season the Warriors won 51-22. Valle leads the series between the two schools 27-25 and have won six of the last eight meetings with the Dragons.

The 7:00 pm game will be broadcast on AM 980 KSGM and online at ksgm980.com.

Softball: Sikeston wins PHS Tournament
STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Perryville Lady Pirates finished in second place in its invitational softball tournament which was moved to Ste. Genevieve Saturday.

Perryville lost to Saxony Lutheran 6-5.

Perryville beat Ste. Genevieve 9-1.

Perryville lost to Sikeston 8-5.

Photo by Dennis Kreitler

Ste. Genevieve lost to Sikeston 7-2.

Ste. Genevieve beat Saxony Lutheran 8-7.

Sikeston won the tournament going 3-0.

Perryville was second, going 1-2.

Ste. Genevieve and Saxony Lutheran also finished 1-2.

Perryville plays at Potosi today at 4:30.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Farmington Tuesday at 4:30.


Thursday, August 4, 2016

Valle holds volleyball camp

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic High School hosted a four-day summer volleyball camp for girls in grades 5 through 8 who attend grade schools in the area. Forty-seven girls attended the camp, which was held July 18 through July 21. The seventh and eighth grade camp ran each morning from 10:30 to 12:30 and the fifth and sixth grade camp ran from 12:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each afternoon. The emphasis of the camp for both age groups was on learning fundamental volleyball skills, teamwork, and the importance of good sportsmanship. Nancy Fischer and Carla Basler, Valle High School’s volleyball coaches, directed the camp. More than 30 of the high school volleyball players, freshmen through seniors, also assisted during the camp.

8th Grade Participants

Front row: Lexi Van Elzen, Delaney MacMillan, Claire Parmer, Mary Roth

Second Row: Katie Filer, Macy Schweigert, Cora Friedman, Riley Siebert, Hannah Fowler, Macy Shuh, Bryna Blum

Absent from Photo: Lindsey Naeger

7th Grade Participants

Front row: Mia Weiler, Kayleigh Donze, Mackenzie Carron, Ashlyn Klump

Second row: Ella Carron, McKenna Bauman, Isabelle Fallert, Olivia Linderer, Rachel Blum

Standing: Lily Hoog, Paige Huck, Elizabeth Basler, Camryn Basler, A.J. Prudent, Sam Loida, Reese Metzer

Absent from Photo: Abby Marzuco

6th Grade Participants

Front row: Macy Wolk, Natalie Kist, Ella Wolk

Second row: Emily Flieg, Kristen Drury

5th Grade Participants

Front row: Makayla Joggerst, Kelsey Blum, Addie Weiler, Nicole Gegg, Kyndal Chapman, Riann Schwartz

Second row: Lexi Gielow, Alissa Grass, Hannah Staab, Hailey Coleman, Hope Schmelzle, Emma Christine

Absent from Photo: Camryn Skaggs

Monday, August 1, 2016

Baseball: Ste. Genevieve Post 150 forced to settle for third in state

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve Post 150 Senior Legion was forced to settle for third place in the state, when it lost to Washington Post 218 3-2 last night in Sedalia.

Earlier in the day Ste. Genevieve defeated Springfield Hillcrest 18-1 to stay alive in the state tournament.

Ste. Genevieve ended its season with a 23-6 record and its first ever district and zone titles.

Washington will play host Sedalia today for the championship.