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Friday, December 2, 2016

Girls’ BB: SGHS wins Valle Tournament

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve has won the Valle Tournament.

The Dragons went 3-0 in their three tournament games.

St. Vincent came in second, going 2-1.

Valle Catholic came in third, going 1-2.

Crystal City came in fourth, going 0-3.

In the final night of action:

St. Vincent defeated Crystal City by a score of 61-23.

High scorer for St. Vincent was Abby Buchheit with 16 points. Also scoring in double digits was Jackie Verseman with 14 points.

High scorer for Crystal City was Grace Lay with 9 points.

Ste. Genevieve defeated Valle Catholic by a score of 66-34.

High scorer for Ste. Genevieve was Maddie Reynolds with 17 points. Also scoring in double digits were Deryn Brown with 14 points and Courtney Donze with 10 points.

High scorer for Valle Catholic was Sydni Basler with 18 points. No other Lady Warriors scored in double digits.

All Tournament Team

Valle's Sydni Basler was a unanimous selection, as were Crystal City's Krystal Kreig, Ste. Genevieve's Madison Reynolds and St. Vincent's Jackie Verseman.

Also selected to the all tournament team were:

Abby Buchheit from St. Vincent, Courtney Donze from Ste. Genevieve

and Kaydi Heil from Valle Catholic.

Valle plays at West County Monday.

Ste. Genevieve plays at Windsor Tuesday at 5:30.

St. Vincent hosts Kingston Wednesday. The JV Lady Indians participate in the Herculaneum JV Tournament Monday through Friday, December 9.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Girls’ BB: SGHS tops St. Vincent

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve beat St. Vincent 63-55 in the Valle Tournament.

Ste. Genevieve trailed 16-8 after the first quarter, led 29-27 at the half and was up 45-35 after three. Ste. Genevieve was outscored 20-18 in the fourth quarter for the final margin.

The Dragons were led by Maddie Reynolds with 35 points. Avery Reed added 12.

Ste. Genevieve plays Valle for first place tonight.

In the other game in the Valle Tournament Valle downed Crystal City 56-38.

Sydni Basler led the Lady Warriors with 23 points. Allison Bahr had 14.

Kailey Krieg had 16 points for the Lady Hornets.

Soccer: Mattingly named to MASL Team of the Week

ST. CHARLES -- St. Louis Ambush defender Chris Mattingly has been named to the Major Arena Soccer League’s Team of the Week for Week Five of the 2016-17 regular season.

Chris Mattingly (black and teal jersey) in action against the Chicago Mustangs November 26, 2016 at the Family Arena. (Photo by Scott Neer).

Mattingly contributed two assists to help the offense and made six blocks on defense on Sunday, November 27 against Chicago. The Ambush defender also now leads the league in blocks.

Chris Mattingly is a St. Louis native who attended Chaminade High School. He built a solid soccer foundation in his youth at St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club, where he won several state and regional titles as well as a National Championship in 2000.

Mattingly’s collegiate career was spent at Drury University (NCAA Division 1) where he was team captain and earned the 2003-04 Defensive Player of the Year honor and the John E. Moore Award for his team leadership and dedication.

Before joining the Ambush, Chris played one season with the St. Louis Illusion (2009-10, PASL) and three seasons with Illinois Piasa (2010-13). In his first season with the Ambush (2013-14), Chris was third on the team in blocks (26). Mattingly emerged as one of the top defenders in the league during the 2014-15 season, ranking second in the league and first on the team in blocks with 41. Last season (2015-16), Chris was first on the team and tied for first in the MASL with 43 blocks.

When not playing soccer, Chris keeps busy as a Medical Sales Rep and husband and dad. He and his wife Stacy reside in St. Louis with their three children, Bella, Cruz and Luca.

The Ambush (0-4) return to action this weekend, when they make their first trip of the season to Milwaukee when they face the Wave on Saturday, December 3 at 7:05 p.m. at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. The Ambush return home when they welcome the expansion Florida Tropics for the first time ever Friday, December 9 at 7:35 p.m. at the Family Arena. Season, single game and group tickets are available for all remaining home games. For more information, call the Ambush office at 636-477-6363. Keep up to date with Ambush news by visiting the official website, stlambush.com, the team’s Facebook page and on Twitter and Instagram.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Wrestling: SGHS tops Park Hills, loses to Whitfield

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve topped Park Hills 64-18, but lost to host Whitfield 51-26.

The Dragons wrestle in the Westminster Tournament Friday and Saturday.

Boys’ BB: SGMS splits with Fredericktown

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Middle School split its games with Fredericktown last night.

The seventh graders lost 49-40.

The eighth graders won 43-19.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Boys’ BB: SGHS upset by Fox at De Soto Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- At the third annual Fountain Bluff Classic at De Soto, second seed Ste. Genevieve was upset by seventh seed Fox High School 55-52 last night.

The Dragons will meet St. Pius Friday at 5:30 p.m. in a fifth place bracket semi-final round game.

Boys’ BB: Valle opens Monday at home

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle opens its boys’ basketball season Monday when they host Caledonia.

Girls’ BB: Valle Tournament opens

STE. GENEVIEVE – Two games were played last night in the Valle Catholic Girls Basketball Tournament.

St. Vincent 51, Valle Catholic 46.

Jackie Verseman led St. Vincent with 29 points. Sydni Basler had 27 points for Valle.

In the other game, Ste. Genevieve 60, Crystal City 30.

Madison Reynolds had 17 points, while Emma Meyer had 14 and Addie Steagall had 10 for Ste. Genevieve.

Crystal City was led by Kailey Krieg with 11.

Tournament continues Wednesday night with Valle playing Crystal City and St. Vincent meets Ste. Genevieve.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Girls’ BB: SGHS opens with nail biter road win

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve opened its girls’ basketball season on the road with a 70-69 win at Murphysboro, Illinois.

The Ste. Genevieve junior varsity girls lost to North County 33-19.

The varsity girls play in the Valle Tournament while begins on Monday and runs through Thursday, December 1st.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Cardinals sign free-agent reliever Brett Cecil

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals have announced that they have signed free-agent left-handed reliever Brett Cecil to a four-year deal that extends through the 2020 season. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

"Adding a proven late-game performer like Brett Cecil, who has consistently been among the game’s top set-up relievers, gives us another solid option late in games," stated Cardinals Senior Vice President/General Manager John Mozeliak. "Having multiple bullpen options during the crucial latter portions of games is an area that we have placed significant importance on over the years, and to know that Brett is now going to be part of that mix is very exciting."

Cecil, 30, has been used exclusively as a reliever since 2013, ranking among American League relief leaders in strikeouts (261, 7th), strikeouts per nine innings pitched (11.46, 10th), games pitched (243, 8th) and Holds (53, T13th).

The 6-3, 235-pound Maryland native was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 1st round (38th player overall) in 2007 and debuted with the Jays in 2009. He has pitched his entire Major League career with Toronto, compiling a 41-42 mark with a 4.20 ERA and 11 saves in 330 games (74 games started), striking out 585 in 656.0 innings pitched.

Cecil, who was named an American League All-Star in 2013 ranks among the majors Top-10 active leaders in career strikeouts/9 innings (11.05) and strikeout to walk ratio (5.63) among left-handed relievers. Since moving into the bullpen exclusively in 2013, he’s allowed just one earned run in 28.2 innings pitched (0.31 ERA) in September while striking out 48 and he is unscored upon in his eight career postseason appearances between 2015 and 2016.

Last season, Cecil appeared in 54 games (36.2 IP) and struck out 45 batters while walking eight and he worked six scoreless appearances during the Blue Jays run to the American League Championship Series last month. Forty-five of his 54 appearances this past season came in the 7th and/or 8th innings and 192 of his 243 relief appearances since 2013 have been in either of those two innings.

Since 2013, Cecil has limited left-handed batters to a .218 batting average, while right-handers have hit just .221. He’s limited the opposition to a .177 batting mark with runners in scoring position over the past four seasons. Cecil had a record string of 38 consecutive appearances between 2015 and 2016 during which he allowed no earned runs.

Cecil will wear uniform no. 21 as a Cardinal.

The Cardinals also announced today that they have designated catcher Brayan Pena for assignment to make room for Cecil on the team’s 40-man Major League roster.

Monday, November 21, 2016

Penney tops Valle in Class 1 semifinal

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Hamilton Penny wore down Valle in the Class 1 state semifinal game in Ste. Genevieve Saturday afternoon and took home a 33-19 upset.

The loss ended Valle's season (11-2) and will keep them from defending their state championship for a fourth straight year.

Valle had a 17-0 mark in semifinal contests before Saturday.

Hamilton improved to 14-0 and they will play Monroe City Saturday in Springfield for the state title. Monroe City won over Lincoln 34-28 in the other Class 1 semifinal game.


Cole Keeley goes up for a pass.


After a scoreless 1st quarter Valle took a 6-0 lead when Mason Skaggs hit Cole Keeley on a 14-yard TD pass. The score came after a 10-play 73-yard drive at the 9:37 mark in the 2nd.

Penny tied the game on a one-yard quarterback keeper by Jaran Richman with 6:53 in the half. The score came after a 7-play 46 yard drive.

Keeley gets in for the first score

The Hornets took the lead on a 63-yard TD run by Brock Swindler with 3:59 remaining.

It was 12-6 at the half.

Cole Wood recovered a fumble near midfield in the third that led to a Valle score with 4:53 to play in the period. Keeley took a shovel pass from Skaggs and went in from the five. After the extra point kick Valle led 13-12.

Ryan Grein with a nice catch

It would be the Warriors last lead of the game.

With 1:18 left in the third Hamilton went on a 9-play 62 yard drive and scored on a quarterback keeper. They went up 20-13 after a two-point conversion.

They widened the lead to 27-13 scoring on another quarterback keeper from the two with 4:16 to play in the fourth.

Cheerleaders getting the crowd going

Hamilton lineman Tyler Trosper told the News-Press newspaper after the game that most of Valle's linemen had to go both ways.

"We were just wearing them down and getting to them," he said.

The Hornets put the game away when Swindler escaped on a 45-yard TD run with 3:08 in the fourth. His score made it 33-13.

Tristan Rollhaus with a great defensive play

Valle did not quit as Skaggs found Carter Roth for a TD on a 7-yard swing pass with 47 seconds left.

The onside kick that followed was recovered by the Hornets.

"Valle is a great football team, and they have been for a long time," said Hamilton Coach Caleb Obert.

Mason Skaggs brings the ball down the sideline

Penny and Valle have plenty of history.

The Hornets defeated the Warriors in 2009 and 2012 in the state championship games. (Penny won the class 2 state title in 2010.)

After losing to Penny in the state title game in 2012 the Warriors went on to win their next 51 games before loosing to five-time defending Class 2 state champion Lamar 50-13 in week 7 of this season.

Rollhaus tries to get in for touchdown.

Lamar beat Brentwood Saturday 62-19 and will play Trinity another undefeated team for the class 2 state title this weekend.

In last year's Show-me-bowl Valle beat the Hornets 61-13.

The team takes a knee for prayer.

It was Valle's third straight Show Me Bowl win and fifth in six years. TheWarriors still own the record for the most state championships in Missouri with 14.

Valle coach Judd Naeger accepted the loss to Penny.

"Sometimes you win, sometimes you loose." he told KSGM sports after the game.

"The kids played with outstanding attitude and effort. They did a great job in practice everyday.  Hopefully I had as much of an impact on their lives as they did on mine."

The Warriors played this year without senior running back and linebacker Tristan "Truck" Huck who was injured in the season opener when he tore an ACL.

"I learned more from him than I have ever learned from a kid...how he attacked life everyday....after he realized his season was over," Naeger said.

"These kids got to go to state three times and they got to finish their careers right here. Making it to the semifinals is a big deal. These kids did it the right way. They worked hard and they were humble too. The one's coming back understand what it takes to get here." Naeger continued.

"Sometimes you just come up short," he said.

Ambush Lose Home Opener to Tacoma

ST. CHARLES -- Despite a valiant effort in the fourth quarter, the St. Louis Ambush dropped their home opener 5-3 to the Tacoma Stars Saturday night at the Family Arena.

Michael Ramos put Tacoma on the board first with an unassisted tally at 12:56 of the first quarter. The Ambush would answer just seven seconds later when goalkeeper Casey Clark lobbed a long pass to Cody Costakis, who put the ball in the upper ninety to tie the contest.

Tacoma regained the lead 5:57 into the second period when a shot by Mark Lee hit the dasher board and found Alex Megson, who beat Clark for the goal. Lights went dark in the Family Arena for over twenty minutes, causing a stoppage in play. When they came back on, no further goals were scored in the quarter and time elapsed on the clock with the visitors holding a 2-1 advantage at the halftime break.

Tacoma went up by two (3-1) when Joey Gjertsen scored at 8:17 of the third quarter. The Stars increased their lead to 4-1, thanks to Derek Johnson’s tally at 13:21.

Tacoma saw their lead bulge to four (5-1) when Megson scored his second of the night at 5:32 of the final stanza. The Ambush chipped away at the lead when Daniel Berko scored his first goal of the season at 12:55. With Kentaro Takada in the game as the sixth attacker, Richard Schmermund buried a restart goal at 13:36 to make the score 5-3. It was too little, too late for the Ambush as the clock ran out and Tacoma secured the victory.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

SGHS honors student-athletes in football, cheer, dance

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The second of two fall sports banquets was held this evening in the Ste. Genevieve High School cafeteria.

Awards were announced in foootball, cheer and dance. The dance team, known as the Emeralds, did not participate in the banquet due to schedule conflicts.

These are the team awards:

In addition to the post season honors listed below, Head Football Coach Kenny Weik announced the following:

Conference MVP
Luke Brewster

All Region Team:

First Team Offense
Luke Brewster
Dalton Giesler

First Team Defense
Levi Gonz
Dalton Giesler

Second Team Defense
Gabe Gremminger

Offensive MVP
Luke Brewster

Monday, November 14, 2016

Football: Valle shuts down Thayer 35-8

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic's defense shut down Thayer in the Class 1 quarterfinal at Thayer Saturday afternoon as the Warriors earned a 35-8 win.

It was the second year in a row Valle (11-1) beat Thayer (6-7) to advance to the semi-final this Saturday in Ste. Genevieve.

The Warriors built a 20-0 lead before the Bob Cats scored a safety and their only TD of the game in the second quarter.

"Our defensive coaches did a great job getting our kids ready to play today," said Warrior coach Judd Naeger.

"They ran a lot of different offenses. They were hard to prepare for," Naeger said.

Valle's defense held Thayer to less than 20 yards of offense in the second half.

Cole Wood scores on opening drive.

The Warriors got on the board on their first drive of the afternoon as Mason Skaggs hit Cole Wood on a 58-yard TD pass. Wood added the extra point kick as Valle went up 7-0 with 10:45 in the first.

Cole Keeley on a catch and run.

Wood made it 13-0 when he took the snap out of the wildcat and ran seven yards for his second TD with 3:11 in the 1st.

Wood carrying the ball on a quarterback keep.

The Warriors went up 20-0 when Wood ran in from three yards out with 9:44 in the second.

Tristan Rollhaus on a great play with a diving interception.

The Bob Cats earned a safety when a high snap on a punt ended up in the Valle end zone with 5:06 before the half.

Warrior gang tackle

Thayer scored their only TD of the game with 2:31 left on an 18-yard pass from Ayden Stone to Chris Powell and trailed 20-8 at the half.

Wood with a stop in the backfield

Valle went up 27-8 with 3:29 in the third when Skaggs found Wood from 15-yards out. It was Wood's third TD of the game.

Keeley turns and runs after catch

Skaggs added Valle's final score on an 11-yard TD run with 8:19 in the fourth.

Keeley upends Thayer's Austin Bowers

The Warrior quarterback was 20 of 30 in the game for 260 yards and two TD's. He did throw a pair of picks.

Mason Skaggs scores late in the second half

Wood caught five passes for 100 yards and two TD's. He also ran for two scores.

Warrior fans on their feet celebrating the victory

Valle will host Penny this Saturday in a semi-final at 1 p.m.

Penny (13-0) won their quarterfinal last Friday night beating Plattsburg 48-21.

The two teams met in the state championship last year when Valle won 61-13.

The Penny and Valle game will be broadcast this Saturday on Classic Country AM 980 KSGM and online at ksgm980.com.

Ambush opens season Sunday in Independence

ST. CHARLES – The St. Louis Ambush commence the 2016-17 season when they visit the cross-state and division rival Kansas City Comets this Sunday, November 13 at 5:05 p.m. at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence.

Tony Glavin kicks off his first full season as Ambush head coach. He took the reigns of the team last December when they were 0-6 and guided them to a 5-15 overall record. Glavin earned his first win as Head Coach of the Ambush at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena when the Ambush defeated the Comets for the first time ever, a 6-5 contest on December 29, 2016. Tony expanded his role with the team during the off-season when he became part of the club’s new ownership group.

The Ambush begin the season with a mix of returning players and new faces. Veteran players on the roster include Cody Costakis, Corey Adamson, Kory Dowell, Chris Mattingly, Stefan St. Louis, Richard Schmermund, Kentaro Takada, Victor France, Ian Garrett, Greg Kranz, Daniel Berko and Ross MacGregor. Veterans Lucas Almeida and Dylan Hundelt are also back with the team, but won’t be available for Sunday’s match due to injury.

New faces for the Ambush include Casey Clark, Vadim Cojocov, Cody Blentlinger, Nathaniel Kast, Carlos Contreras, Nikola Marojevic, Jonathan Ramos and Joao Pepe. Some other familiar names, who will be noticeable by their absence on the Ambush roster include Andre Hayne (Milwaukee), Freddy Moojen (Florida), Peter Sliwa (Florida), Anthony Arico (Florida) and Odaine Sinclair, who will get the opportunity to face his former teammates in Sunday’s contest. Also absent from the St. Louis roster are veterans Jeff DiMaria and Elvir Kafedzic, who both retired.

While some of the new players are getting accustomed to the indoor game, not all are strangers to the Ambush Head Coach. Glavin owns and coaches the PDL St. Louis Lions and Clark, Cojocov, and Blentlinger have played for Tony on the Lions team. Veteran Ambush players who also played for the Lions include Costakis, Dowell, Kranz and Hundelt.

After months of preparation for the season, Glavin said he’s ready to get it started. "I’m looking forward to the beginning of the season. Kansas City is always a tough place to play and I know we’re going to have our work cut out for us. I’m excited to see our young players develop and am ready to go."

The Comets take to the pitch with a new name and new Head Coach. Formerly known as the Missouri Comets, the franchise returned to the Kansas City Comets name that was made famous by the original Major Indoor Soccer League squad. Goran Karadzov is the new Head Coach, taking the helm after three years as an assistant coach under Vlatko Andonovski, who stepped down in August.

Many of the Comets’ scoring threats from last season are back, including the top four point scorers in Vahid Assadpour, Leo Gibson, Lucas Rodriguez and John Sosa. The four combined for 150 of the team’s 273 points.

Sunday’s duel is the season opener for the Ambush and the third of the season for the Comets. It is the first of three meetings between the Ambush and Comets during the 2016-17 regular season and the only one to be played on the Comets’ turf.

The Ambush launch their home schedule when they host the Tacoma Stars at the Family Arena next Saturday, November 19 at 7:05 p.m. Group, season and single-game tickets are now on sale for all ten home games. For more information, visit the team’s official website, stlambush.com, follow the Ambush on Facebook and Twitter, or call the Ambush office at 636-477-6363.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

SGHS honors student athletes

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve High School honored its student athletes in Volleyball, Golf, Cross Country and Softball this evening.

Cheer, dance and football athletes will be honored next Wednesday evening.

These are last night's award winners:

The fall sports teams’ season records and individual post season accomplishments:

The fall student athletes:

Last night’s program was recorded for SteGenTV Channel 991 and the SteGenTV You Tube Channel.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Cross Country state meet results

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Boys Cross Country Team finished in second place at the state Class 3 championship meet held Saturday.

Individually:

Ben Naeger came in second, Schuyler Ogden was sixth, Nathaniel Ogden was seventh, Camden Sadler was 43rd and Max Upchurch was 44th.

On the girls’ side: Olivia Grein was fourth and Sarah Moore was 19th.

Both were named to the All-State Team in Class 3.

Three members of the Valle cross country team participated in the state Class 1 meet Saturday.

Allison Bahr came in 20th and Madison Otte was 43rd in the girls' race and Daniel Kuenzel came in 139th in the boys' race.

Monday, November 7, 2016

Valle Catholic wins ninth straight district crown

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic won its ninth straight Class 1 District 1 title Friday night turning back Hayti 41-24 in Ste. Genevieve.

The Warriors (10-1) travel to Thayer (8-1) for a quarterfinal game this Saturday afternoon at 1:30.

Thayer defeated Ash Grove 6-0 Friday in their district title game.

Hayti (10-2) defeated Thayer (26-0) in their season opener.

Hayti scored early on the Warriors and took a 6-0 lead on a 40-yard TD pass from Allen Mills to Reginald Ford for a 6-0 lead with 8:30 in the first.

Tristan Rollhaus runs for a touchdown. Photos by Erik Herzog

Valle answered with a 15-yard TD run by Tristan Rollhaus taking a 7-6 lead with 3:30 in the first.

The Warriors came out showing a new wrinkle to their offense in a wildcat formation.

Cole Wood finds some running room.

"We wanted to be physical with Hayti," said Warrior coach Judd Naeger.

Naeger said the wildcat gives teams something else to think about and prepare for and allows Valle to feature all their running backs.

Naeger said moving quarterback Mason Skaggs to wide receiver when the Warriors ran the wildcat did not affect Skaggs.

"He has been with our program as a manager and later as a player and he understands what we are doing," Naeger added.

Rollhaus dives for a touchdown.

Hayti answered when quarterback Mills scrambled for a 45-yard TD to regain the lead 12-7.

Valle regained the lead 13-12 with Cole Wood running for a 4-yard TD with 9:37 in the half.

Wood was a featured back out of the wildcat and finished with 178 yards on 26 carries and three TD's.

Wood makes a stop in the backfield.

"We know what the Wood family can do. Nolan (his brother) put us on his back and carried us several times," Naeger said.

A deep ball into the end zone was picked off by Rollhaus ending the Indians next threat.

Valle went up 21-12 with 3:50 before the half when Wood broke a 29-yard TD run.

Carter Roth takes the ball deep into Indian territory.

The Indians, on a 41-yard TD pass, tightened the contest at 21-18 with 1:58 before the break.

Skaggs then ran the Warriors two-minute drill to near perfection as Valle went 80-yards in five plays. Rollhaus caught an 18-yard TD with 20-seconds left and Valle took a 28-18 lead into the half.

Dalton Kertz gets a sack.

The Warriors went up 35-18 on a goal line TD run by Wood to open the 4th quarter.

Hayti again scored on a big play. The 85-yard TD with 10:26 on the clock made it 35-24.

Valle finished off the game with a two-yard TD run by Wood with 1:53 to play.

Rollhaus also had impressive numbers with 109 yards and two TDs.

Skaggs threw two interceptions in the first half but finished 10-14 for 185 yards and two TDs. He also had an interception on defense.

Last year Valle beat Thayer 17-10. Thayer's only loss was to Class 2 powerhouse Malden (28-25).

The Valle quarterfinal game will be broadcast this Saturday on Classic Country AM 980 KSGM and ksgm980.com.

Ste. Genevieve falls to Park Hills in district finale

PARK HILLS -- The state ranked Central Rebels closed out the Ste. Gen Dragons season 42-14 in the Class 3 District 1 championship game Friday night in Park Hills.

For the Rebels (11-1) it was their fifth straight district title.

Ste Gen (7-5) lost to Park Hills 8-7 in week five of the regular season but was not able to stay with the Rebels in the second half of the rematch.

The Rebels jumped to a 14-0 lead on a TD pass and a short run in the first quarter.

The Dragons answered in the second quarter. Luke Brewster broke a 55-yard TD run and then scored on a two-yard run to knot the game at 14-14 with 10:24 left in the half.

Brewster finished with 186 yards on 40 carries.

Central scored the next 28 points and they were unanswered by the Ste. Gen offense which suffered after quarterback Brandon Hinson hurt his shoulder playing defense.

The Dragons passing attack finished with only two completions in 11 attempts.

Tyreeece Welsh led the Rebel running attack with three TDs.

Central took a 21-14 lead into the half enroute to their win.

SGHS End of Season Volleyball Awards

STE. GENEVIEVE – End of season volleyball awards presented to Ste. Genevieve School District R-II student athletes:

The award winning student athletes are (from left): Deryn Brown, Courtney Donze, Avery Reed, and Madison Reynolds

MAAA All Conference First Team: Avery Reed, Madison Reynolds

MAAA All Conference Second Team: Deryn Brown, Courtney Donze

All District Team: Madison Reynolds, Avery Reed, Deryn Brown (First Team)

All Southeast Region: First Team: Madison Reynolds, Honorable Mention- Avery Reed

All State - Honorable Mention - Madison Reynolds

Friday, November 4, 2016

Cross Country runners leave for state meet

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Good Luck to Valle Catholic Cross Country runners: Daniel Kuenzel, Allison Bahr, and Madison Otte and coaches Samer Zoughaib and Kelsea Inman as they prepare for the State Cross Country Meet in Jefferson City.​

The runners had a sendoff after Mass this morning!

Thursday, November 3, 2016

SGHS girls basketball schedules changed slightly

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve School District R-II Athletic Director Jeff Nix announced two changes in the girls basketball schedules.

The girls’ high school basketball game with Valle Catholic on Saturday, January 14th is at Ste. Genevieve this year.

"We originally had it as being at Valle," he said.

The middle school girls’ basketball games at Bismarck on January 2 will begin at 3 p.m. instead of 4 p.m.

"The boys’ games with Bismarck will stay at 4 p.m.," Nix said.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Volleyball: MAAA All Conference Team

STE. GENEVIEVE – Five members of the Class 1 state runner up Valle Catholic Lady Warriors and four members of the Class 3 District 1 champion Ste. Genevieve Dragons have been named to the 2016 MAAA All Conference Volleyball Team.

Valle’s Sydni Basler and Taylor Siebert were named to the Small School first team and Hannah Bahr, Lainey Bauman and Riley Wolk were named to the second team.

Ste. Genevieve’s Avery Reed and Madison Reynolds were named to the Large School first team and Deryn Brown and Courtney Donze were named to the second team.

Reynolds was also an honorable mention on the All State Team.

2016

MAAA All-Conference Volleyball Team

Small School:

1st Team

Macey Browers, Arcadia Valley

Brianna Landrum, Arcadia Valley

Brilee Henson, Bismarck

Kayla Johnston, Bismarck

Sydni Basler, Valle Catholic

Taylor Siebert, Valle Catholic

2nd Team

Jerrika Brockes, Arcadia Valley

Karson Dement, Arcadia Valley

Madison Dugal, Bismarck

Hannah Bahr, Valle Catholic

Lainey Bauman, Valle Catholic

Riley Wolk, Valle Catholic

Lacey Yount, Valley of Caledonia

Megan Blair, West County

Alyssa Roever , West County

Large School:

1st Team

Brooklyn Pace , Park Hills Central

Ainslee Finch, Farmington

Raylyn Dodd, Fredericktown

Megann Finley, Potosi

Avery Reed, Ste. Genevieve

Madison Reynolds, Ste. Genevieve

2nd Team

Callie Thurston, Park Hills Central

Kasia Kaiser, Farmington

Taylor McMurray, Fredericktown

Holly Forbes, North County

Allie Hammack, North County

Miranda Chazelle, Potosi

Deryn Brown, Ste. Genevieve

Courtney Donze, Ste. Genevieve

Monday, October 31, 2016

Football: Valle tops Portageville

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic set up a district showdown with second seeded Hayti after eliminating Portageville 46-7 in a class 1 district semifinal in Ste. Genevieve Friday night.

The Warriors (9-1) whose only loss this season was a 50-13 decision to Lamar shutout the Bulldogs (4-7) in the 1st half taking a 46-0 lead.

With Valle reserves in the game and under a continuous clock Portageville scored with 10:29 in the 4th on a 46-yard TD pass to Hunter Gates.

Warrior quarterback Mason Skaggs got excellent protection from his offensive line in the 1st half and he was 12 of 12 in the air for 252 yards before taking a seat.

Cody Stoll scores early in the first quarter.

Cody Stoll's 21-yard TD run with 10:11 in the 1st gave Valle a 6-0 lead.

A 38-yard pass to Tristan Rollhaus set up a three yard TD run by Carter Roth and Valle led 12-0 with 6:28 in the 1st.

Cole Keeley carries the ball into Bulldog territory.

The Warriors stopped the Bulldogs at the Valle one on a fourth down play then drove for another score. Skaggs found Cole Wood from 7-yards out and Valle took an 18-0 lead with 2:39 in the 1st.

Tristan Rollhaus on a catch and run.

A two-play drive to open the second and a 45-yard TD pass play to Tristan Rollhaus gave Valle a 25-0 lead with 11:35 on the clock.

Jack Staab stops Bulldog quarterback Ian Torrey

Another long TD toss to Rollhaus of 59 yards with 8:37 gave Valle a 32-0 lead.

A 42-yard completion to Cole Wood set up a one yard TD run by Cody Stoll and Valle took a 39-0 lead.

Ben Roth finds the corner for some extra yards.

Stoll scored his second TD on a 21-yard run with 3:42 before the half.

Both teams take a moment while Father Klump says a prayer.

The two teams last met in 2011 when the Warriors won 44-8.

The Indians only loss this year was to undefeated Malden (28-25).

They are coming off a 56-28 win over Scott City.

Hayti will be without wide receiver senior Dayon Moore who was ejected in the game.

Football: SGHS tops Kennett

The Ste. Gen Dragons set up a rematch with Central for the class 3 district title and eliminated Kennett with their 41-14 semifinal win Friday night in Ste. Genevieve.

Luke Brewster led the way with four TD's as he accounted for 167 all purpose yards.

Kennett (6-5) scored first on a 17-yard TD pass to Jaylean Kinnon and with 6:47 to play in the 1st took a 7-0 lead.

But Ste Gen (7-4) answered. A 48-yard pass to Dalton Giesler set up a 9-yard TD run by Brewster and with 4:06 in the 1st it was tied 7-7.

Brewster made it 14-7 with a 15-yard TD run with 10:09 in the 2nd.

Another long pass play, this time for 35 yards to Gabe Gremminger, set up Brewster for a 3 yard TD run with 5:06 in the second.

Ste Gen took a 21-7 lead into the half after stopping the Indians inside the five in the closing seconds.

Kennett scored first in the third on a one yard run by Ty Ellis and with 8:35 in the period it was 21-14.

It was all Ste. Gen after that.

With 6:08 in the third the Dragons made it 28-14 on a 15-yard TD pass to Dalton Giesler.

In the fourth Brewster scored from 5-yards out to make it 34-14 and Camden Roe's 17-yard rushing TD later in the final quarter made it 41-14.

The Ste Gen defense forced three turnovers on downs in the fourth.

Central (8-1) is the top seed and four time defending district champion.

They are coming off a 21-7 win over Potosi and beat Ste. Gen earlier this year in a close one 8-7.

The rematch for the district title will be at 7:00 pm this Friday in Park Hills.

V-ball: VHS falls to Northland, No. 2 in Class 1

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle fell to Northland 23-25 and 20-25 in the Class 1 State Championship volleyball game at the Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau Saturday.

Valle won all three round robin games Friday leading up to the championship contest.

25-17 and 25-21 over Northland,

25-17 and 25-12 over New Haven, and

27-25 and 26-24 over Eminence

In the other round robin games:

Eminence beat New Haven 25-19, 25-21.

Northland beat Eminence 25-17, 25-21.

Northland beat New Haven 25-14, 25-14.

Valle stats:

Valle Catholic vs Northland Christian ---> at SEMO

Class 1 State Tournament

Pool Play - Match #1

10/28/16

Varsity Scores: 25-17, 25-21

Season Record to Date: 33 wins, 3 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 5 wins, 0 losses

Next Opponent: Class 1 State Tourney @ Cape Girardeau on 10/28/16

Scoring Leaders:

1. Hannah Viox (7 points, 1 ace)

2. Sydni Basler (5 points)

3. Taylor Siebert (4 points)

4. Kaydi Heil (4 points

5. Hannah Bahr (4 points)

6. Lainey Bauman (3 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (12 kills)

2. Hannah Viox (6 kills)

3. Hannah Bahr (3 kills)

4. Riley Wolk (3 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

6. Sydni Basler (1 kill)

7. Taylor Siebert (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (1 solo, 3 assists)

2. Hannah Viox (1 solo, 3 assists)

3. Abby Umfleet (1 solo, 2 assists)

4. Lainey Bauman (2 assists)

5. Hannah Bahr (1 assist)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (8 digs)

2. Sydyni Basler (7 digs)

3. Kaydi Heil (7 digs)

4. Taylor Siebert (7 digs)

5. Lainey Bauman (6 digs)

6. Abby Umfleet (3 digs)

7. Riley Wolk (2 digs)

8. Hannah Viox (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (11 receptions)

2. Hannah Bahr (8 receptions)

3. Sydni Basler (7 receptions)

4. Kaydi Heil (7 receptions)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (25 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

3. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

Valle Catholic vs New Haven ---> at SEMO

Class 1 State Tournament

Pool Play - Match #2

10/28/16

Varsity Scores: 25-17, 25-21

Season Record to Date: 34 wins, 3 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 5 wins, 0 losses

Next Opponent: Class 1 State Tourney @ Cape Girardeau on 10/28/16

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (7 points, 1 ace)

2. Taylor Siebert (7 points)

3. Lainey Bauman (6 points, 2 aces)

4. Hannah Bahr (5 points)

5. Hannah Viox (1 point, 1 ace)

6. Kaydi Heil (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (11 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (7 kills)

3. Hannah Bahr (4 kills)

4. Abby Umfleet (3 kills)

5. Hanna Viox (2 kills)

6. Taylor Siebert (2 kills)

7. Molly Fischer (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (1 solo, 3 assists)

2. Lainey Bauman (3 assists)

3. Hannah Bahr (1 assist)

4. Hannah Viox (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (8 digs)

2. Sydni Basler (7 digs)

3. Lainey Bauman (6 digs)

4. Hannah Bahr (6 digs)

5. Kaydi Heil (4 digs)

6. Abby Umfleet (2 digs)

7. Riley Wolk (2 digs)

8. Hannah Viox (2 digs)

9. Allie Weiler (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (9 receptions)

2. Sydni Basler (8 receptions)

3. Kaydi Heil (4 receptions)

4. Lainey Bauman (2 receptions)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)

6. Molly Fischer (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (27 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

3. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

4. Sydni Basler (1 assist)

Valle Catholic vs Eminence ---> at SEMO

Class 1 State Tournament

Pool Play - Match #3

10/28/16

Varsity Scores: 27-25, 26-24

Season Record to Date: 35 wins, 3 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 5 wins, 0 losses

Next Opponent: Class 1 State Tourney @ Cape Girardeau on 10/29/16

Scoring Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (7 points, 2 aces)

2. Kaydi Heil (5 points)

3. Taylor Siebert (2 points)

4. Hannah Bahr (2 points)

5. Hannah Viox (2 points)

6. Sydni Basler (1 point)

 

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (11 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (8 kills)

3. Hannah Viox (7 kills)

4. Hannah Bahr (6 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (1 solo, 4 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (1 solo, 4 assists)

3. Hannah Viox (4 assists)

4. Lainey Bauman (3 assists)

5. Taylor Siebert (2 assists)

6. Hannah Bahr (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (15 digs)

2. Sydni Basler (14 digs)

3. Taylor Siebert (10 digs)

4. Hannah Bahr (6 digs)

5. Kaydi Heil (5 digs)

6. Riley Wolk (4 digs)

7. Abby Umfleet (3 digs)

8. Hannah Viox (3 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (20 receptions)

2. Lainey Bauman (12 receptions)

3. Kaydi Heil (8 receptions)

4. Hannah Bahr (2 receptions)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (31 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

3. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

4. Sydni Basler (1 assist)

Volleyball Results

Valle Catholic vs Northland Christian ---> at SEMO

Class 1 State Tournament

Championship Match

10/29/16

Varsity Scores: 23-25, 20-25

Season Record to Date: 35 wins, 4 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 5 wins, 0 losses

Scoring Leaders:

1. Hannah Viox (4 points, 2 aces)

2. Kaydi Heil (4 points)

3. Sydni Basler (4 points)

4. Hannah Bahr (3 points)

5. Lainey Bauman (3 points)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (8 kills)

2. Lainey Bauman (5 kills)

3. Riley Wolk (5 kills)

4. Abby Umfleet (4 kills)

5. Hannah Viox (2 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Hannah Viox (1 solo, 4 assists)

2. Riley Wolk (3 assists)

3. Abby Umfleet (3 assists)

4. Lainey Bauman (2 assists)

5. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (17 digs)

2. Sydni Basler (13 digs)

3. Kaydi Heil (9 digs)

4. Lainey Bauman (8 digs)

5. Taylor Siebert (5 digs)

6. Hannah Viox (5 digs)

7. Riley Wolk (3 digs)

8. Abby Umfleet (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (12 receptions)

2. Hanna Bahr (9 receptions)

3. Sydni Basler (8 receptions)

4. Kaydi Heil (8 receptions)

5. Abby Umfleet (5 receptions)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (22 assists)

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Volleyball: MSHSAA announces Valle schedule

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle opens pool play against Northland Friday in a final four match up at the Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau.

The game is scheduled for 9 a.m.

Valle plays New Haven at 11 a.m.

Valle plays Eminence at 1 p.m.

Here is the complete pool play schedule according to MSHSAA:

9 a.m. Court #1 Valle Catholic v. Northland Christian

9 a.m. Court #2 Eminence v. New Haven

11 a.m. Court #1 Valle Catholic v. New Haven

11 a.m. Court #2 Northland Christian v. Eminence

1 p.m. Court #1 Valle Catholic v. Eminence

1 p.m. Court #2 New Haven v. Northland Christian

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Valle, Ste. Gen players named All Region

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Five players from the Valle volleyball team and two from Ste. Genevieve have been awarded individual all-region distinction.

Junior Sydni Basler and sophomore Lainey Bauman were named to the Class 1 First Team.

The Class 1 Second Team includes senior Hannah Bahr, junior Taylor Siebert and junior Riley Wolk.

Senior Madison Reynolds was named to the Class 3 First Team while junior Avery Reed received Honorable Mention for the Dragons.

Monday, October 24, 2016

Football: SGHS tops Fredericktown 28-23

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste Gen improved to 6-4 with hard fought 28-23 win over Fredericktown in the first round of Class 3 district football in Ste. Genevieve Friday night.

The Dragons had beaten the Blackcats 39-0 earlier in the season but saw a different Fredericktown offense Friday night.

Fredericktown (2-8) turned the ball over to senior running back Matt Williams who moved to quarterback and threw for 110 yards and two scores. He also ran the ball 38 times for 155 yards.

Ste Gen got out to an early lead on a one-yard TD run by Wade Hahn with 9:51 in the first. .

Brandon Hinson found Luke Brewster on a 24-yard TD pass with 5:25 in the first and the Dragons took a 14-0 lead at the end of the period. .

The Blackcats answered with a 39-yard field goal with 10:51 in the second and a Matt Williams to Cody Smith TD pass with 4:41 on the clock to pull closer 14-10.

Levi Gonz's 16-yard TD run put the Dragons up 21-10 at the half.

The Dragons went up 28-10 on a 32-yard TD pass from Hinson to Brewster in the third.

Brewster finished with 12 catches for 130 yards and ran for another 77 yards on nine carries.

Hinson was good on 23 of his 29 passes for 246 yards but had two interceptions.

The Blackcats made it interesting in the fourth. Williams ran for an 8-yard TD with 8:31 remaining and he threw for a 3-yard TD with 1:44 to play.

But Ste Gen was able to run out the clock and will prepare to host Kennett (6-4) next Friday.

The Indians shut out Dexter 41-0 in their first round game.

Volleyball: Valle rolls on after sectional win

STE. GENEVIEVE – The Valle Catholic High School volleyball team rolls on after winning the Class 1 sectional round at Lesterville Saturday.

The Lady Warriors opened with a straight set win over Gideon 25-6 and 25-16.

Valle then topped Lesterville 25-19, 25-12.

Valle will play Northland (28-7-1) Friday at the Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau.

The time of the match has not been announced. (It may be noon, the MSHSAA website says 12 midnight, but that may be a typo.)

A win would advance Valle to the state championship game Saturday at 10:30 a.m.

Valle Catholic vs Lesterville ---> at Lesterville

Class 1 Sectional Tournament

Second Match

10/22/16

Varsity Scores: 25-19, 25-12

Season Record to Date: 32 wins, 3 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 5 wins, 0 losses

Next Opponent: Class 1 State Tourney @ Cape Girardeau on 10/28/16

Scoring Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (7 points, 3 aces)

2. Kaydi Hiel (6 points)

3. Taylor Siebert (6 points)

4. Sydni Basler (4 points

5. Hannah Bahr (4 points)

6. Hannah Viox (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (7 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (7 kills)

3. Hannah Bahr (4 kills)

4. Hannah Viox (4 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

6. Sydni Basler (2 kills)

7. Taylor Siebert (2 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (1 solo, 7 assists)

2. Lainey Bauman (5 assists)

3. Abby Umfleet (3 assists)

4. Hannah Viox (1 assist)

5. Grace Eftink (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (15 digs)

2. Hannah Bahr (11 digs)

3. Taylor Siebert (7 digs)

4. Lainey Bauman (7 digs)

5. Kaydi Heil (4 digs)

6. Riley Wolk (2 digs)

7. Hannah Viox (2 digs)

8. Abby Umfleet (3 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (15 receptions)

2. Kaydi Heil (7 receptions)

3. Hannah Bahr (4 receptions)

4. Lainey Bauman (2 receptions)

5. Abby Umfleet (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (21 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (2 assists)

3. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

4. Hannah Bahr (1 assist)

Valle Catholic vs Gideon ---> at Lesterville

Class 1 Sectional Tournament

First Match

10/22/16

Varsity Scores: 25-6, 25-16

Season Record to Date: 31 wins, 3 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 5 wins, 0 losses

Next Opponent: Class 1 Sectional Tourney @ Lesterville on 10/22/16

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (9 points)

2. Molly Fischer (8 points, 2 aces)

3. Taylor Siebert (6 points)

4. Lainey Bauman (4 points, 3 aces)

5. Hannah Viox (4 points)

6. Kaydi Heil (2 points, 1 ace)

7. Grace Eftink (1 point)

8. Rachel Loida (1 point)

9. Allie Weiler (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (10 kills)

2. Taylor Siebert (4 kills)

3. Riley Wolk (4 kills)

4. Molly Fischer (4 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (3 kills)

6. Hannah Viox (2 kills)

7. Sydni Basler (2 kills)

8. Grace Eftink (1 kill)

9. Olivia Meyer (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Abby Umfleet (3 assists)

2. Hannah Viox (3 assists)

3. Lainey Bauman (2 assists)

4. Riley Wolk (1 assist)

5. Grace Eftink (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (11 digs)

2. Allie Weiler (8 digs)

3. Taylor Siebert (7 digs)

4. Lainey Bauman (6 digs)

5. Kaydi Heil (5 digs)

6. Rachel Loida (4 digs)

7. Olivia Meyer (2 digs)

8. Grace Eftink (1 dig)

9. Hannah Viox (1 dig)

10. Abby Umfleet (1 dig)

11. Molly Fischer (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (9 receptions)

2. Lainey Bauman (7 receptions)

3. Rachel Loida (3 receptions)

4. Allie Weiler (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (19 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

3. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

4. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

5. Allie Weiler (1 assist)

6. Olivia Meyer (1 assist)

7. Sydni Basler (1 assist)

Volleyball: SGHS falls to Lutheran South

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to Lutheran South 18-25, 12-25 in their Class 3 sectional Saturday, ending their season.

Cross Country: SGMS runs at Herculaneum

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School ran at the Herculaneum Middle School Invitational Saturday.

No team scores were reported.

Ste. Genevieve's individual results:

Serena Garcia, 6th.

Hayley Dutton, 11th.

Levi Wiegand, 14th.

Christian Kiefer, 19th.

Ashton Irwin, 22nd.

Alyssa Fahnestock, 32nd.

Devin St. Clair, 40th.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Volleyball: Four Lady Warriors are named All District

STE. GENEVIEVE – Four members of the Valle Catholic Lady Warrior volleyball team have been named to the All District Team.

Sydni Basler and Lainey Bauman were named to the first team.

Riley Wolk and Taylor Siebert were named to the second team.

Volleyball: Valle plays Gideon in sectional Saturday

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle plays Gideon at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Class 1 sectional at Lesterville.

A win would put them into a second game with either Advance or Lesterville at 6 p.m.

Volleyball: SG plays Lutheran South in sectional Sat

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve will play Lutheran South at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Lutheran South in their Class 3 sectional.

A win would put them into a second game with either Dexter or Rosati Kain at 6 p.m.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Volleyball: Valle wins district crown

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle beat St. Vincent 25-20, 25-20 to win the championship of the Class 1 District 4.

Valle stats:

Varsity Scores: 25-20, 25-20

Season Record to Date: 30 wins, 3 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 5 wins, 0 losses

Next Opponent: Class 1 Sectional at Lesterville on 10/22/16

Scoring Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (8 points)

2. Kaydi Heil (7 points)

3. Sydni Basler (4 points)

4. Taylor Siebert (3 points)

5. Hannah Viox (3 points)

6. Lainey Bauman (2 points, 1 ace)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (8 kills)

2. Hannah Bahr (8 kills)

3. Riley Wolk (7 kills)

4. Abby Umfleet (5 kills)

5. Hannah Viox (4 kills)

6. Taylor Siebert (4 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (1 solo, 5 assists)

2. Lainey Bauman (3 assists)

3. Hannah Bahr (2 assists)

4. Hannah Viox (2 assists)

5. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

6. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (12 digs)

2. Kaydi Heil (8 digs)

3. Lainey Bauman (8 digs)

4. Taylor Siebert (5 digs)

5. Hannah Bahr (5 digs)

6. Riley Wolk (4 digs)

7. Hannah Viox (2 digs)

8. Abby Umfleet (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (13 receptions)

2. Lainey Bauman (11 receptions)

3. Hannah Bahr (10 receptions)

4. Kaydi Heil (3 receptions)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (27 assists)

2. Sydni Basler (3 assists)

3. Hannah Bahr (1 assist)

4. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

Earlier Valle beat Caledonia 25-19 and 25-13.

Valle stats:

Varsity Scores: 25-19, 25-13

Season Record to Date: 29 wins, 3 losses, 1 tie

MAAA Conference Record: 5 wins, 0 losses

Scoring Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (10 points, 2 aces)

2. Sydni Basler (7 points, 2 aces)

3. Rachel Loida (5 points)

4. Kaydi Heil (3 points)

5. Molly Fischer (2 points)

6. Allie Weiler (1 point)

7. Hannah Viox (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (11 kills)

2. Hannah Viox (6 kills)

3. Riley Wolk (3 kills)

4. Grace Eftink (3 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

6. Molly Fischer (2 kills)

7. Sydni Basler (2 kills)

8. Taylor Siebert (1 kill)

9. Olivia Meyer (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (3 assists)

2. Hannah Viox (1 solo, 1 assist)

3. Abby Umfleet (2 assists)

4. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

5. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (11 digs)

2. Taylor Siebert (11 digs)

3. Rachel Loida (9 digs)

4. Molly Fischer (8 digs)

5. Kaydi Heil (6 digs)

6. Hannah Viox (4 digs)

7. Riley Wolk (2 digs)

8. Allie Weiler (2 digs)

9. Abby Umfleet (1 dig)

10. Lainey Bauman (1 dig)

11. Grace Eftink (1 dig)

12. Olivia Meyer (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (13 receptions)

2. Rachel Loida (6 receptions)

3. Kaydi Heil (4 receptions)

4. Allie Weiler (3 receptions)

5. Lainey Bauman (1 reception)

6. Abby Umfleet (1 reception)

7. Molly Fischer (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (28 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (2 assists)

3. Molly Fischer (1 assist)

Valle advances to play Gideon Saturday in the sectional at Lesterville.

Volleyball: SGHS wins district crown

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve beat Windsor to claim the championship of the Class 3 District 2 Tournament at Park Hills.

The Dragons opened the night with a 25-18, 25-16 win over Herculaneum.

Ste. Genevieve won the championship game 25-20, 19-25 and 27-25.

The Dragons advance to sectional play against the winner of District 3 Saturday. The game will be played at the winner of District 3.

Freshmen Football: SGHS falls to Jackson

STE. GENEVIEVE – In freshmen football action, Ste. Genevieve lost to Jackson 28-6.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Volleyball: SGHS tops North County

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve beat North County in straight sets: 25-17 and 25-8, in the Class 3 District 2 Tournament at Park Hills.

The Dragons play Herculaneum tonight at 6:30.

A win would put them in the championship game at 8 p.m.

Volleyball: Valle plays Caledonia today in districts

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle had a first round bye in the Class 2 District 4 at Bismarck and plays Caledonia today at 5 p.m.

A win would put them in the championship game at 7:30 tonight.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Football: VHS shuts out St. Pius

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic assured a first round district bye with a 55-0 win at St. Pius (2-7) Friday.

Chris Loida put the warriors up 13 early in the first quarter.

The Warriors (8-1) rang up a 28-0 lead in the 1st quarter.

Quarterback Mason Skaggs ran in the first score with 8:05 on the clock then found Chris Loida from 15-yards out with 6:04 in the 1st as Valle went up 14-0.

Coleman Keeley broke an 80 yard TD run with 2:54 on the clock and Skaggs hit John Bader on a 15-yard TD pass in the last minute of the quarter.

The Warriors went up 35-0 with 6:15 in the second on a 10-yard TD run by Skaggs.

Tristan Rollhaus takes the return all the way for six in the second quarter

Valle scored on a punt return by Tristan Rollhaus and an interception return by Coleman Keeley to take a 48-0 lead at the half.

Cole Keeley gets a pic 6 in the second quarter

The Warriors added a Kellen Blum TD run in the second half which was played by reserves under a continuous clock.

Valle’s defense gets a backfield stop.

Valle awaits the winner of the Portageville (3-6) at St. Vincent (6-3) game this Friday night.

Chase Dunlap runs the ball late in the fourth quarter.

The Warriors beat the Indians in the season opener 77-0.

Football: SGHS falls to Brentwood

The Brentwood Eagles rocked the Ste. Gen Dragons to the tune of 63-20 Friday night in St. Louis.

Ste. Gen (5-4) held the Eagles (8-1) close in the 1st half trailing 29-20 at the break but the second half was all Brentwood.

Wade Hahn accounted for all of the Ste. Gen scores in the first half.

Hahn ran in from one yard out to give the Dragons an early 6-0 lead in the 1st.

His seven yard TD run early in the second put the Dragons back on top 14-7.

Hahn's one yard score with 5:45 left in the half gave Ste. Gen a 20-14 lead.

Brentwood answered with two scores before the break and then owned the second half.

Ste Gen will open class 3 district play hosting Fredericktown this Friday night. The Blackcats (2-7) are coming off a 60-30 loss to North County.

The Dragons won the earlier meeting with Fredericktown (39-0).

The winner will face Dexter or Kennett.

X-Country: SGHS wins Borgia Invitational

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve varsity boys cross country team has won the Borgia Invitational for the first time in program history.

They were 37 points better than second place Saturday.

Ben Naeger won the race. Schuyler Ogden was second. Nathaniel Ogden third, Camden Sadler 13th and Max Upchurch came in 14th.

On the girls side:

Olivia Grein came in sixth and Jillian Humboldt came in 18th.

District volleyball: SGHS plays North County tonight

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve plays North County at 6:30 tonight in the Class 3 District 2 Tournament at Park Hills.

District volleyball: Valle has first round bye

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle has a first round bye in the Class 2 District 4 at Bismarck and plays the winner of tonight's game between Caledonia and Oak Ridge at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

Friday, October 14, 2016

Valle finishes in second place in MAAA Conf Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle suffered its first conference loss last night in the championship game of the MAAA Conference Tournament, falling to Farmington 23-25, 25-21 and 20-25.

Valle stats vs Farmington:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (8 points)

2. Allie Weiler (7 points, 2 aces)

3. Hannah Viox (7 points)

4. Kaydi Heil (5 points)

5. Lainey Bauman (2 points)

6. Sydni Basler (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (18 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (11 kills)

3. Grace Eftink (5 kills)

4. Hannah Viox (4 kills)

5. Sydni Basler (3 kills)

6. Taylor Siebert (2 kills)

7. Abby Umfleet (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (5 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (1 solo, 3 assists)

3. Lainey Bauman (4 assists)

4. Hannah Viox (2 assists)

5. Taylor Siebert (2 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (23 digs)

2. Lainey Bauman (16 digs)

3. Kaydi Heil (13 digs)

4. Taylor Siebert (10 digs)

5. Allie Weiler (10 digs)

6. Abby Umfleet (7 digs)

7. Hannah Viox (5 digs)

8. Riley Wolk (2 digs)

9. Grace Eftink (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (30 receptions)

2. Sydni Basler (13 receptions)

3. Kaydi Heil (8 receptions)

4. Allie Weiler (7 receptions)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Seibert (41 assists)

2. Kaydi Heil (2 assists)

3. Sydni Basler (1 assist)

Valle falls to 28-3-1 on the season and will next play in the district tournament at Bismarck Tuesday.

Earlier in tournament action yesterday, Valle defeated Arcadia Valley in a semifinal contest, 25-16 and 28-26.

Valle stats vs Arcadia Valley:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Kaydi Heil (11 points, 1 ace)

2. Taylor Siebert (4 points)

3. Hannah Viox (4 points)

4. Sydni Basler (3 points)

5. Lainey Bauman (3 points)

6. Hannah Bahr (2 points)

7. Allie Weiler (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (10 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (7 kills)

3. Hannah Viox (5 kills)

4. Hannah Bahr (4 kills)

5. Sydni Basler (3 kills)

6. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

7. Taylor Siebert (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (4 assists)

2. Hannah Viox (3 assists)

3. Abby Umfleet (1 solo, 1 assist)

4. Riley Wolk (2 assists)

5. Taylor Siebert (1 solo)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (18 digs)

2. Lainey Bauman (11 digs)

3. Kaydi Heil (7 digs)

4. Taylor Siebert (4 digs)

5. Allie Weiler (3 digs)

6. Abby Umfleet (3 digs)

7. Hannah Bahr (3 digs)

8. Hannah Viox (3 digs)

9. Riley Wolk (3 digs)

10. Grace Eftink (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (14 receptions)

2. Sydni Basler (7 receptions)

3. Hannah Bahr (5 receptions)

4. Kaydi Heil (4 receptions)

5. Allie Weiler (4 receptions)

6. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)

7. Riley Wolk (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Seibert (29 assists)

2. Hannah Bahr (1 assist)

3. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

Ste. Gen finishes in third place in MAAA Conf Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve defeated Arcadia Valley 21-25, 25-13 and 25-22 to claim third place in the MAAA Conference Tournament.

Earlier Ste. Genevieve lost to Farmington 19-25 and 24-26 in a semifinal round game.

Ste. Genevieve next plays in the district tournament which begins Monday.

SG eighth grade places third in MAJHAA Conf Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School eighth graders claimed third place in the Mineral Area Junior High Activities Association conference tournament. The eighth graders defeated Park Hills last night. The score was not reported.

Football: SGMS seventh graders defeat Perryville

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Middle School seventh graders defeated Perryville 60-20.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Volleyball: SGMS eighth grade falls to West County

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School eighth graders fell to West County 26-24 18-25 and 22-25 in the Mineral Area Junior High Activities Association conference tournament.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Valle football, Bob Stolzer among HoF inductees

SPRINGFIELD -- The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame will honor the Valle Catholic High School football program and Ste. Genevieve High School Football Coach Bob Stolzer next month during an induction ceremony at the Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau.

Also honored during the program will be the longtime Three Rivers Community College basketball coach Gene Bess as a Missouri Sports Legend and nine other individuals, two teams and two other programs – plus recognize Poplar Bluff’s Joe Scott with the President’s Award – at the Enshrinement in Cape Girardeau.

The event features a noon reception and 1 p.m. luncheon and ceremony on Sunday, November 6 at the Show Me Center.

Current associate sponsors are The Scott Law Group, LLC, as well as legendary Cookson Family and the First State Community Bank.

Bess, the all-time winningest coach in college basketball history, is receiving the Hall’s highest honor with a bronze bust. It eventually will be on display on the Legends Walkway, home to other bronze statues of Missouri greats such as Stan Musial, Whitey Herzog, Norm Stewart, Ozzie Smith, Len Dawson and George Brett.

The inductees are Blake DeWitt (Sikeston/Dodgers/Cubs/Braves), James Wilder (Sikeston/Mizzou/Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Mark Littell (Gideon/Royals/Cardinals), Eddie Moss (Poplar Bluff/Southeast Missouri State/St. Louis Football Cardinals), Dr. Rick Wright (Sikeston/Mizzou/St. Louis Blues), track standout Miles Smith (St. Louis/Southeast Missouri State), high school basketball coach Lennies McFerren (Charleston/New Madrid), softball coach Lana Richmond (Southeast Missouri State), soccer/basketball coach Brad Wittenborn (Notre Dame High School) and high school football coach Bob Stolzer (Ste. Genevieve).

The Hall of Fame also will induct the Capahas semi-pro baseball program (Cape Girardeau), the Scott County Central High School boys and girls basketball programs (Sikeston), the Valle Catholic High School football program (Ste. Genevieve), and the 1979 and 1992 Three Rivers Community College men’s basketball teams (Poplar Bluff) that won NJCAA national championships. Additionally, the Hall of Fame will bestow its President’s Award on Joe Scott, a Poplar Bluff attorney and Missouri Sports Hall of Fame inductee who was a standout basketball player at Gainesville High School and the University of Missouri.

Tickets are now on sale by calling 417-889-3100. An individual ticket is $125. A table of eight is $1,250 and includes autographed print of Coach Bess, an autographed print of the induction class as well as sponsorship recognition at the table and in the printed program. Numerous sponsorships are available, too, such as congratulatory ads.

Golf: Madison DeRousse places second at state

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Madison DeRousse finished in second place at the state golf tournament in Columbia.

DeRousse had a 77 Monday and a 77 yesterday to finish with a two-day 154.

Volleyball: SGMS eighth graders top Fredericktown

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School's eighth graders defeated Fredericktown 25-13, 25-10.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Volleyball: VHS tops West Co., Potosi in MAAA Tny

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle topped West County and Potosi in the opening games of the MAAA Conference Tournament Monday.

Valle beat West County 25-16 and 25-16 and defeated Potosi 25-12 and 25-16.

Potosi topped West County 25-16 and 26-24 in the third game Valle hosted Monday evening.

Valle will play Thursday at Park Hills as the tournament continues.

Valle stats:

vs. West County

Scoring Leaders:

1. Allie Weiler (11 points)

2. Taylor Siebert (8 points, 2 aces)

3. Kaydi Heil (4 points)

4. Sydni Basler (2 points, 1 ace)

5. Molly Fischer (1 point, 1 ace)

6. Hannah Bahr (1 point)

7. Grace Eftink (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (8 kills)

2. Hannah Bahr (5 kills)

3. Hannah Viox (4 kills)

4. Riley Wolk (4 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (3 kills)

6. Sydni Basler (3 kills)

7. Grace Eftink (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (4 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (1 solo, 2 assists)

3. Hannah Bahr (2 assists)

4. Grace Eftink (2 assists)

5. Olivia Meyer (2 assists)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

7. Hannah Viox (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Allie Weiler (8 digs)

2. Sydni Basler (5 digs)

3. Hannah Bahr (4 digs)

4. Abby Umfleet (4 digs)

5. Lainey Bauman (3 digs)

6. Molly Fischer (3 digs)

7. Kaydi Heil (3 digs)

8. Taylor Siebert (3 digs)

9. Hannah Viox (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (9 receptions)

2. Lainey Bauman (6 receptions)

3. Kaydi Heil (4 receptions)

4. Allie Weiler (3 receptions)

5. Riley Wolk (1 reception)

6. Abby Umfleet (1 reception)

7. Hannah Bahr (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (24 assists)

2. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

3. Hannah Viox (1 assist)

vs. Potosi:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (11 points, 4 aces)

2. Taylor Siebert (7 points, 1 ace)

3. Sydni Basler (6 points, 1 ace)

4. Allie Weiler (4 points)

5. Kaydu Heil (2 points, 1 ace)

6. Hannah Viox (1 point)

7. Riley Wolk (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (10 kills)

2. Lainey Bauman (8 kills)

3. Hannah Viox (5 kills)

4. Abby Umfleet (3 kills)

5. Molly Fischer (1 kill)

6. Sydni Basler (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (1 solo, 2 assists)

2. Hannah Viox (1 solo, 2 assists)

3. Taylor Siebert (2 assists)

4. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

5. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (11 digs)

2. Molly Fischer (3 digs)

3. Kaydi Heil (3 digs)

4. Hannah Bahr (2 digs)

5. Taylor Siebert (2 digs)

6. Allie Weiler (2 digs)

7. Rachel Loida (2 digs)

8. Lainey Bauman (1 dig)

9. Hannah Viox (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Molly Fischer (5 receptions)

2. Sydni Basler (4 receptions)

3. Allie Weiler (3 receptions)

4. Lainey Bauman (3 receptions)

5. Kaydi Heil (3 receptions)

6. Hannah Bahr (2 receptions)

7. Grace Eftink (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (20 assists)

2. Rachel Loida (3 assists)

3. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

Golf: Madison DeRousse is in second at state

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Madison DeRousse is in second place at the state tournament in Columbia after the first day of play.

DeRousse had a 77.

Play continues today.

Football: SGHS frosh, JV complete sweep of De Soto

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve freshmen topped De Soto 30-14 and the junior varsity Dragons beat De Soto 40-12 to complete the sweep begun by the varsity last Friday.

Softball: Andrea Mueller named to All Conference Team

STE. GENEVIEVE -- One member of the Ste. Genevieve High School softball team has been named to the 2016 MAAA All-Conference team.

Andrea Mueller was named to the first team.

The complete first and second teams:

FIRST TEAM (in Alphabetical order)

Karissa Belfield Central

Caitlyn Holmes Central

Marissa Lindsey Fredericktown

Michaela Mason North County

Andrea Mueller Ste. Genevieve

Allison Pingel Farmington

Alyson Tucker Farmington

Maizie Tyree North County

Kim Wallen Central

Sophia White Farmington

SECOND TEAM (in Alphabetical order)

Alexis Adams North County

Paige Battreal Potosi

Emma Beckler North County

Emily Breise Farmington

Kennedy Coleman Potosi

Alexus Groom Central

Kennedy Kohler North County

Madison Manion Central

Bailey Minx Fredericktown

Stacy Politte North County

Monday, October 10, 2016

Football: VHS tops Herculaneum

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic rebounded from a loss to Lamar with a 57-0 win over Herculaneum on homecoming Friday night in Ste. Genevieve.

Valle royalty. (All photos by Erik Herzog)

The Warriors (7-1) raced to a 32-0 lead in the first quarter over the Blackcats (3-5).

Cody Stoll and Tristan Rollhaus ran for scores and quarterback Mason Skaggs 25-yard TD pass to Rollhaus gave Valle a 24-0 advantage.

Valle cheerleaders

A TD run by Chris Loida and a safety gave Valle a 32-0 lead at the half.

Running back Tristan Huck who had been sidelined since an injury in the first game of the season returned to score in the 2nd quarter giving Valle a 39-0 lead.

Valle dance team

Skaggs found Coleman Keeley on a 16-yard TD in the third for a 45-0 Valle lead.

The Warriors scored on an interception return by Tyler Blum to make it 51-0 later in the third.

Tristan Rollhaus scores in the first quarter

Backup quarterback Chase Dunlap found Blake Pennell for Valle's final score in the fourth.

Senior Hannah Bahr was crowned homecoming queen at the half.

Clayton Drury returns a punt all the way to the two yard line

Valle will wrap up the regular season at St. Pius this Friday night.

The Lancers are 2-6 on the season coming off a 21-14 win over Crystal City. Their only other win was over Grandview (46-8).

Seniors take a minute from celebrating for a picture after Friday’s victory

St. Pius has lost to Windsor (56-33), PHS (45-0), Jefferson (48-7), Herculaneum (16-0) and Cuba (42-6).

Last year Valle won 69-20.

Football: SGHS tops De Soto

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Gen Dragons needed a fourth quarter comeback Friday night to defeat the DeSoto Dragons 42-31 on senior night in Ste. Genevieve.

DeSoto (3-5) built a 17-0 lead in the 1st half before Ste Gen (5-3) rallied in the second quarter on TD runs by Wade Hahn (7:49) and Luke Brewster (3:30) to cut the deficit at halftime to 17-13.

DeSoto improved their lead to 24-13 early in the third but Ste. Gen answered with a Logan Schwent 55-yard interception return that cut the DeSoto lead to three.

DeSoto answered again and led 31-21 with 3:45 left in the third.

The fourth quarter belonged to the hometown Dragons as Ste. Gen cut the DeSoto lead to 31-28 on a Levi Gonz score with 10:36 to play.

Another TD by Brewster put Ste. Gen ahead for the first time in the game 35-31 with 4:15 to play.

Drew Toombs fumble recovery for a score with 3:57 left in the game secured the Ste. Gen win.

Ste Gen will wrap up the regular season on the road at Brentwood this Friday.

The Eagles (6-1) only loss was in overtime to Orchard Farms (27-21).

They have wins over Clevland (43-0), Grandview (72-8), Missouri Military Academy (78-7), Principia (63-6), Lift for Life (64-12) and Confluence Prep (48-6).

A game with Cuba was cancelled.

Cross Country: Boys win Potosi/MAAA meet

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve High School won the boys division of the Potosi Invitational/MAAA Conference Meet Saturday.

Ste. Genevieve had 48 points for the win. Jefferson City was second with 54. Hillsboro had 88 for third.

Individually Ben Naeger won the race (15:51).

Schuyler Ogden came in third (16:13) and Nathaniel Ogden was fifth (16:33) joined Naeger in the top five.

Max Upchurch came in 20th (17:36) and Camden Sadler came in 21st (17:38) to round out the Dragons team and joined their team mates on the All Conference Team.

Ste. Genevieve's Olivia Green won the girls race (20:14) among MAAA entries. She was sixth overall and also earned MAAA All Conference honors.

The varsity Dragons run at the Borgia Invitational Saturday.

SGHS hosts basketball, wrestling districts this year

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Genevieve High School will be hosting district tournaments in basketball and wrestling this year and will be hosting the wrestling district and maybe the basketball tournament next year as well.

Ste. Genevieve R-II Athletic Director Jeff Nix said the location of the district tournaments is decided by votes by schools in the Class 4 District 1.

He said Ste. Genevieve received three votes to host basketball in 2017. Cape Central had two votes and Sikeston had one. However, there was a tie for 2018 with Ste. Genevieve and Dexter each receiving three votes.

Friday, October 7, 2016

Volleyball: SGHS sweeps Jackson

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve won all three games with Jackson.

The varsity won 25-16 and 25-15.

The junior varsity won 25-20, 25-22.

The freshmen beat Jackson in three sets.

Ste. Genevieve received the No. 2 seed at the MAAA seed meeting.

Ste. Gen will host three games Monday starting at 5 p.m.

Monday's pool games will be Ste. Gen vs. No. 10 seed North County at 5, No. 7 seed Park Hills vs. North County at 6:15, and Ste. Gen vs. Park Hills at 7:45.

Volleyball: Valle tops Potosi

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle downed visiting Potosi 25-19, 25-14 to improve to 25-2-1 with a 5-0 conference record.

All photos by Erik Herzog

Scoring Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (8 points, 4 aces)

2. Sydni Basler (6 points, 1 ace)

3. Kaydi Heil (5 points)

4. Hannah Viox (4 points, 1 ace)

5. Hannah Bahr (3 points)

6. Allie Weiler (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (8 kills)

2. Lainey Bauman (7 kills)

3. Hannah Viox (5 kills)

4. Hannah Bahr (3 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

6. Sydni Basler (1 kill)

7. Taylor Siebert (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Worlk (2 assists)

2. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

3. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

4. Hannah Bahr (1 assist)

5. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (11 digs)

2. Hannah Bahr (8 digs)

3. Lainey Bauman (7 digs)

4. Sydni Basler (5 digs)

5. Allie Weiler (3 digs)

6. Hannah Viox (2 digs)

7. Molly Fischer (2 digs)

8. Kaydi Heil (1 dig)

9. Abbie Umfleet (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (12 receptions)

2. Kaydi Heil (6 receptions)

3. Allie Weiler (4 receptions)

4. Hannah Bahr (2 receptions)

5. Lainey Bauman (2 receptions)

6. Molly Fischer (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (24 assists)

2. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

3. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

Valle hosts three MAAA Tournament games Monday.

West County vs. Valle Catholic, 5 p.m.

West County vs. Potosi, 6 p.m.

Potosi vs. Valle Catholic, 7 p.m.

Softball: SGHS falls to Notre Dame in district

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Fifth seed Ste. Genevieve lost to top seed Notre Dame 10-0 in the Class District Tournament at Cape Girardeau.

The Dragons end their season at 8-15.

X-Country: VHS boys 8th, girls 3rd at Saxony/Chaffee

STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle eighth among varsity boys teams running in the Chaffee/Saxony meet.

St. Vincent won it, Zalma was second, followed by Oak Ridge, Perryville, Saxony Lutheran, Dexter, Woodland, Scott City and Valle.

The Warriors were led by Tommy Otte at 26th (21:05), Timothy Kuenzel in 37th (21:58), Simon Grass at 60th (23:53), Ryan Fischer at 61st (23:54) and Drew Metzger at 65th (25:25).

Click here for complete varsity boys results:

Valle came in third in the varsity girls race.

Crystal City won it with 28 points. St. Vincent had 36, followed by Valle with 81 and Saxony Lutheran with 82. Perryville had only three runners so did not have a team score.

Valle was led by Allison Bahr who came in 11th (23:54), Madison Otte in 22nd (25:59), Paige Naeger in 25th (26:45), April Flieg in 27th (26:52), Peyton Basler in 29th (27:58) and Maria Marzuco in 40th (34:16).

Click here for complete varsity girls results:

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Softball: SGHS tops PHS in district tournament

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Fifth seed Ste. Genevieve defeated fourth seed Perryville 4-2 in the opening round of the Class 3 District 1 Tournament at Cape Girardeau.

The 8-14 Dragons will play top seed Notre Dame today at 4:30.

Volleyball: SGHS plays at Jackson at 4 today

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve plays at Jackson today at 4 p.m. one hour earlier than scheduled.

The freshmen will play first followed by the varsity and then the junior varsity.

Volleyball: SGHS seeded No. 2 in MAAA Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve received the No. 2 seed at the MAAA seed meeting last night. This means Ste. Gen will host three games Monday starting at 5 p.m.

Ste. Genevieve is in a pool with No. 7 seed Park Hills and No. 10 seed North County.

Monday's games will be Ste. Gen vs. North County at 5, Park Hills vs. North County at 6:15, and Ste. Gen vs. Park Hills at 7:45.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Volleyball: SGHS claims MAAA championship

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve claimed the championship of the MAAA Conference last night on senior night.

The Dragons topped Farmington 25-14 and 25-18.

The junior varsity lost to Farmington 11-25 and 22-25.

The Ste. Genevieve freshmen lost to Farmington 17-25, 19-25.

Ste. Genevieve plays at Jackson Thursday at 5 p.m.

Volleyball: SGMS tops Bismarck

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School beat Bismarck

The seventh graders won 25-15, 17-25 and 25-20.

The eighth graders won 25-19, 25-18.

Volleyball: VHS wins at Bismarck

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle won at Bismarck 25-23 and 25-21 to improve to 24-2-1 on the season and 5-0 in the conference.

Valle hosts Potosi Thursday night.

Valle stats.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Hannah Viox (9 points, 2 aces)

2. Hanndh Bahr (6 points)

3. Taylor Siebert (5 points)

4. Kaydi Heil (3 points, 1 ace)

5. Lainey Bauman (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (10 kills)

2. Hannah Bahr (9 kills)

3. Lainey Bauamn (7 kills)

4. Hannah Viox (4 kills)

5. Sydni Basler (4 kills)

6. Abby Umfleet (3 kills)

7. Taylor Siebert (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Worlk (1 solo, 5 assists)

2. Lainey Bauman (3 assists)

3. Taylor Siebert (2 assists)

Digging Leaders:

1. Hannah Bahr (18 digs)

2. Sydni Basler (14 digs)

3. Kaydi Heil (11 digs)

4. Taylor Siebert (8 digs)

5. Lainey Bauman (5 digs)

6. Hannah Viox (3 digs)

7. Allie Weiler (1 dig)

8. Riley Wolk (1 dig)

9. Abbie Umfleet (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (18 receptions)

2. Lainey Bauman (13 receptions)

3. Kaydi Heil (5 receptions)

4. Hannah Bahr (3 receptions)

5. Allie Weiler (2 receptions)

6. Abby Umfleet (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (35 assists)

2. Hannah Bahr (1 assists)

Football: SGHS freshmen top PHS

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve freshmen beat Perryville 42-0.

Cross Country: SGMS runs at Jefferson R-7 Invitational

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School ran at the Jefferson R-7 Middle School Invitational.

Serena Garcia came in 13th.

Nathan St. Clair was 21st.

Levi Wiegand came in 22nd.

Seth Bennett had the fastest time at the meet among seventh grade boys.

Next up for the middle school the Herculaneum Middle School Invitational Saturday, October 22nd.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Golf: DeRousse, Selby advance to state

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve is sending two players to the state tournament Monday.

Madison DeRousse and Megan Selby qualified for state at yesterday's sectional tournament.

Volleyball: Valle varsity tops Ste. Genevieve

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle hosted Ste. Genevieve last night.

The varsity Lady Warriors beat Ste. Genevieve 26-24, 19-25 and 25-21 to improve to 23-2-1 on the season. Valle is 4-0 in the MAAA.

Valle stats

Scoring Leaders:

1. Hannah Viox (7 points, 1 ace)

2. Taylor Siebert (6 points)

3. Sydni Basler (5 points)

4. Hannah Bahr (3 points, 1 ace)

5. Lainey Bauman (3 points)

6. Kaydi Heil (3 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (14 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (12 kills)

3. Hannah Viox (5 kills)

4. Hannah Bahr (4 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (3 kills)

6. Taylor Siebert (2 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Riley Wolk (7 assists)

2. Lainey Bauman (5 assists)

3. Hannah Viox (1 solo, 2 assists)

4. Abby Umfleet (1 solo, 2 assists)

5. Hannah Bahr (1 assist)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (27 digs)

2. Hannah Bahr (15 digs)

3. Kaydi Heil (15 digs)

4. Lainey Bauman (13 digs)

5. Taylor Siebert (10 digs)

6. Allie Weiler (3 digs)

7. Hannah Viox (3 digs)

8. Abby Umfleet (3 digs)

9. Riley Wolk (2 digs)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (18 receptions)

2. Lainey Bauman (13 receptions)

3. Hannah Bahr (11 receptions)

4. Kaydi Heil (8 receptions)

5. Abby Umfleet (4 receptions)

6. Hannah Viox (1 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Seibert (35 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (2 assists)

3. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

4. Sydni Basler (1 assist)

The Valle junior varsity beat Ste. Genevieve 25-14 and 25-21.

The Ste. Gen freshmen beat the Valle freshmen in straight sets 25-20 and 25-20.

Valle plays at Bismarck tonight.

Ste. Genevieve hosts Farmington for Senior Night.

Volleyball: SGMS tops North County, twice

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School beat North County twice last night.

The seventh graders won 24-26, 25-22 and 25-20.

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

Softball: SGHS falls to Jefferson R-7

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost at Jefferson R-7 10-0.

Ste. Genevieve has drawn the fifth seed in the Class 3 District Tournament at Cape Central.

The Dragons will play fourth seed Perryville on Wednesday at 4:30.

Notre Dame drew the top seed, followed by Sikeston and Cape Central. Fredericktown has drawn the sixth seed.

Football: SGHS JV tops Perryville

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve Junior Varsity football team beat Perryville 57-28.

Monday, October 3, 2016

Football: Valle falls to Lamar

STE. GENEVIEVE – Class 2 powerhouse Lamar ended Valle's 51-game winning streak beating the Warriors 50-13 in Ste. Genevieve before a huge crowd at Father John Dempsey Field Saturday afternoon.

It's was Lamar's 27th straight win and it ended the nation's longest active winning streak.

The Tigers have won the Class 2 state championship the last five years and now own the longest win streak in the state of Missouri.

The game drew statewide coverage.

The Joplin Globe reported it was the Warriors first home loss since a 41-39 decision to Herculaneum on Oct. 12, 2012.

The Ozark sports zone noted it was the first time Valle was subjected to a running clock and the first loss for Valle since Hamilton-Penney won 60-34 in the 2012 Class 1 title game.

The St. Louis Post Dispatch reported Lamar handed Valle Catholic its worst beating in nine seasons.

The paper said Lamar was brutal, imposing and powerful and called the Tigers win a rout.

The Tigers (7-0) were led by Luke Hardman. The 6'0 185-pound senior, who is one of the fastest high school track athletes in Missouri, caught two short passes and turned them into big scores. He also ran for a 15 yard TD.

It was Hardman's first game back after missing four weeks with an injury.

Wood makes a catch on the opening drive, (All photos by Erik Herzog)

Valle (6-1) scored first on Lamar as Mason Skaggs finished a 7 play 64-yard drive with a 5-yard TD run.

Skaggs runs for touchdown.

The Warriors led 7-0 after Cole Wood added the extra point with 8:44 to play in the 1st.

But the Tigers answered with a 64-yard TD pass play to Hardman and tied the game 7-7 with 2:12 in the 1st period.

Skaggs fights for the football.

Anthony Wilkerson then stripped Wood after a catch and ran for a 30-yard score to put the Tigers ahead 14-7 with 2:01 in the 1st.

On a third and seventeen with 7:30 in the 2nd Hardman went 73-yards on his second catch of the day and the Tigers went up 21-7.

Hardman scored his third TD on a 15-yard run with 28-seconds left in the half to give the Tigers a 28-7 lead.

Keeley makes a tackle in the backfield.

The Warriors could not answer in the second half.

Lamar scored on a 28-yard run by Cooper Lucas on a fourth and six play to make it 35-7 with 8:49 in the third.

Stuart McKarus broke a 28-yard TD run to give the Tigers a 42-7 lead with 5:38 in the third.

The Warrior's final points came when Skaggs found Cole Keeley on a six-yard TD pass with 8:43 left in the fourth.

With reserves in the game sophomore Landon Hardman took a 60-yard run to the house with 4:13 left in the game. A two point Tiger conversion made the final 50-13.

Lamar totaled 511 yards of offense holding the Warriors to 250.

Skaggs finished 15 of 28 for 180 yards with one score and one interception for Valle.

He was sacked six times and under heavy pressure even forced from the game for several series.

His favorite target was senior receiver Wood, who caught six passes for 77 yards and a score.

McKarus went 7-7 for the Tigers for 185 yards and two TDs. He also ran for 130 yards on 15 carries.

Hardman had only three catches but for two scores and 150 yards.

Both teams take a knee for prayer after game.

"They're a different breed, Valle coach Judd Naeger told the Post. You don't see teams that have 10-12 guys benching over 300 pounds and they do."

It was the first meeting between the two schools and the game next year will be at Lamar.

The Warriors will welcome Herculaneum for homecoming this week. The Blackcats have won their last three games beating St. Pius (16-0), Grandview (22-12) and Crystal City (38-0). They lost their first four games to Confluence Prep (34-12), Fredericktown (41-14), Jefferson (41-6) and St. Vincent (49-20).

Last year Valle won 78-8.

Football: SGHS tops Perryville

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Gen Dragons held off the PHS Pirates and won 25-10 in the rain on senior night in Perryville Friday.

The Dragons improved to 4-3 with the win while the Pirates fell to 1-6.

Brandon Hinson's 9-yard TD play put Ste. Gen up 7-0 with 9:50 in the 1st.

Camden Roe ripped off an 88-yard TD run with 4:41 to play in the period as Ste. Gen led 13-0.

Hinson then connected on a 26-yard TD play to Luke Brewster to give the Dragons a 19-0 lead with 11:08 in the second.

"He did a good job finding his receivers tonight", said Dragon coach Ken Weik.

The Pirates only score in the half came when the Dragons gave up a safety after a snap sailed over their punters head and into the end zone.

Hinson made it 25-2 with a 20-yard TD pass to Dalton Giesler with 7:32 in the third.

The Pirates added a 3-yard TD run by Kyle Creason in the last minute of the game. Derek Kirn added a two-point conversion.

Ste. Gen will welcome De Soto this Friday night.

The De Soto Dragons are 4-4 coming off a 46-22 loss at Hillsboro.

Last year Ste. Gen won 41-0.

PHS will travel to Windsor. The Owls (2-6) are coming off a 39-12 loss at North County.

Last year the Pirates won 35-14.

Volleyball: Valle wins Gold Bracket of PHS Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle defeated Arcadia Valley 25-23, 25-23 Saturday to win the championship of the Gold Bracket of the Perryville Volleyball Tournament.

With the win Valle improves to 22-2-1 on the season. They are 4-0 in the conference.

Valle opened the tournament with a 25-10, 25-11 win over Scott City.

Valle then scored a 25-16, 22-25 tie with Bloomfield.

Valle then defeated Lesterville 25-20, 25-15 and Charleston 25-7, 25-6 to wrap up pool play.

Valle defeated St. Vincent 25-23 and 25-19 in the Gold Bracket Quarterfinal and beat Arcadia Valley 25-19, 25-21 in a semifinal match before topping Arcadia Valley for the championship.

Valle hosts Ste. Genevieve this evening.

Valle stats from the championship game.

Scoring Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (6 points)

2. Kaydi Heil (5 points, 1 ace)

3. Hannah Bahr (5 points, 1 ace)

4. Sydni Basler (5 points)

5. Taylor Siebert (2 points)

6. Hannah Viox (1 point, 1 ace)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (11 kills)

2. Riley Wolk (9 kills)

3. Hannah Bahr (5 kills)

4. Hannah VIox (4 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 kill)

7. Sydni Basler (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Hannah Viox (2 solos, 2 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (1 solo, 1 assist)

3. Riley Wolk (1 solo, 1 assist)

4. Hannah Bahr (1 assist)

5. Taylor Siebert (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (14 digs)

2. Kaydi Heil (11 digs)

3. Hannah Bahr (8 digs)

4. Lainey Bauman (8 digs)

5. Taylor Siebert (5 digs)

6. Allie Weiler (3 digs)

7. Abby Umfleet (2 digs)

8. Hannah Viox (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (11 receptions)

2. Kaydi Heil (5 receptions)

3. Lainey Bauman (5 receptions)

4. Allie Weiler (2 receptions)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 receptions)

6. Hannah Bahr (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (25 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (2 assists)

3. Kaydi Heil (2 assists)

Cross Country: SGHS wins meet at Cape Notre Dame

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve came in first in a meet at Cape Notre Dame Saturday.

Individually:

Ben Naeger came in first.

Schuyler Ogden came in second.

Nathaniel Ogden came in third.

Max Upchurch was 12th.

Olivia Grein came in 10th among the girls.

The junior varsity Dragons came in second.

Brevon Garner came in second.

Clayton Huck was third.

Dylan Burr came in 15th.

Rylee Huck was third among the girls junior varsity.

Jillian Humboldt came in fifth.

Madison Raney was 22nd.

Ste. Genevieve runs at the Potosi Invitational/MAAA Conference Meet Saturday.

Ste. Genevieve Middle School runs at the Jefferson R7 Middle School Invitational Tuesday.

Friday, September 30, 2016

Volleyball: Valle tops visiting Kingston

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle downed visiting Kingston 25-21, 25-12 to improve to 16-2 on the season and 4-0 in the conference.

Valle plays in the Perryville Tournament tomorrow.

Valle stats:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Allie Weiler (9 points, 1 ace)

2. Kaydi Heil (5 points, 1 ace)

3. Taylor Siebert (5 points, 1 ace)

4. Hannah Bahr (5 points, 1 ace)

5. Sydni Basler (4 points, 1 ace)

6. Hannah Viox (1 point, 1 ace)

7. Rachel Loida (1 point)

8. Lainey Bauman (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Hannah Viox (8 kills)

2. Lainey Bauman (6 kills)

3. Molly Fischer (3 kills)

4. Riley Wolk (2 kills)

5. Sydni Basler (2 kills)

6. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

7. Olivia Meyer (2 kills)

8. Hannah Bahr (1 kill)

9. Kaydi Heil (1 kill)

10. Grace Eftink (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Hannah Viox (1 assist)

2. Sydni Basler (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (12 digs)

2. Kaydi Heil (9 digs)

3. Allie Weiler (8 digs)

4. Hannah Bahr (5 digs)

5. Molly Fischer (4 digs)

6. Hannah Viox (4 digs)

7. Taylor Siebert (3 digs)

8. Riley Wolk (3 digs)

9. Lainey Bauman (2 digs)

10. Rachel Loida (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (10 receptions)

2. Allie Weiler (7 receptions)

3. Lainey Bauman (4 receptions)

4. Kaydi Heil (4 receptions)

5. Hannah Bahr (1 reception)

6. Abby Umfleet (1 reception)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (21 assists)

2. Rachel Loida (3 assists)

3. Abby Umfleet (1 assist)

4. Allie Weiler (1 assist)

Volleyball: Ste. Gen beats Park Hills

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve defeated Park Hills twice last night.

The varsity beat Park Hills 25-18, 26-28 and 25-17 to improve to 13-6-3 on the season and 4-0 in the conference.

The junior varsity beat Park Hills in straight sets 25-8 and 25-15.

Ste. Genevieve hosts a freshmen tournament Saturday at 9 a.m.

The varsity and junior varsity plays at Valle Monday at 5 p.m.

Volleyball: SGMS splits with West County

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

The seventh graders lost 25-18, 15-25 and 18-25.

The eighth graders won 25-19 and 25-18.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Volleyball: Valle tops Caledonia

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle defeated Caledonia 25-7 and 25-13 to improve to 15-2 overall and 3-0 in the MAAA Conference.

Valle hosts Kingston Thursday night.

Valle stats:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (9 points, 2 aces)

2. Molly Fischer (8 points, 3 aces)

3. Hannah Viox (6 points, 3 aces)

4. Sydni Basler (5 points, 4 aces)

5. Lainey Baumn (4 points, 3 aces)

6. Hannah Bahr (1 point)

7. Allie Weiler (1 point)

Attack Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (8 kills)

2. Lainey Bauman (7 kills)

3. Hannah Bahr (4 kills)

4. Hannah Viox (4 kills)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

6. Taylor Siebert (1 kill)

7. Kaydi Heil (1 kill)

8. Allie Weiler (1 kill)

9. Riley Wolk (1 kill)

Blocking Leaders:

no blocks

Digging Leaders:

1. Kaydi Heil (11 digs)

2. Molly Fischer (10 digs)

3. Taylor Siebert (10 digs)

4. Sydni Basler (6 digs)

5. Abby Umfleet (2 digs)

6. Lainey Bauman (1 dig)

7. Hannah Viox (1 dig)

8. Allie Weiler (1 dig)

9. Rachel Loida (1 dig)

10. Olivia Meyer (1 dig)

11. Grace Eftink (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (10 receptions)

2. Kaydi Heil (4 receptions)

3. Allie Weiler (2 receptions)

4. Grace Eftink (2 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (20 assists)

2. Abby Umfleet (3 assists)

3. Rachel Loida (2 assists)

4. Riley Wolk (1 assist)

5. Molly Fischer (1 assist)

6. Kaydi Heil (1 assist)

Volleyball: SGHS wins twice at Fredericktown

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

The varsity won 27-25 and 25-16.

The junior varsity Dragons topped Fredericktown 25-18 and 25-21.

Ste. Genevieve travels to Park Hills Thursday night.

Volleyball: SGMS splits games with Park Hills

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School split their games with Park Hills.

The seventh graders lost 25-10, 19-25 and 12-25.

The eighth graders won 25-7, 19-25 and 25-21.

Softball: SGHS falls to North County in MAAA Tourney

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to North County 13-3 in the third place game in the MAAA Conference Tournament.

Ste. Genevieve plays at Jefferson R-7 Monday at 4:30.

Freshmen Football: VHS tops Chester

CHESTER -- Valle beat Chester 60-8 in freshmen football at W.O. Smith Field.

Cross Country: SGMS runs

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve Middle School ran in a meet Tuesday.

Out of 178 boys, Devin St. Clair came in 21st and Seth Bauman was 31st.

Serena Garcia was 44th out of 156 girls.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Golf: SGHS sends two to sectional, sixth at district

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve qualified two players to advance to section in yesterday's district tournament.

They are Madison DeRousse who came in third in the district and Megan Selby.

DeRousse posted a round of 9-over par 80.

Selby had a 108.

As a team, Ste. Genevieve finished in sixth place.

Notre Dame won the Class 1 District 1 crown with a 321, 16 strokes ahead of second place John Burroughs.

Notre Dame's Allison Bray won the individual title with a 69, eight shots ahead of her teammate Sarah Bell.

The sectional will be held Monday.

Softball: SGHS falls to Farmington in MAAA semi

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost to Farmington 8-5 in a semifinal round game in the MAAA Tournament.

That was the second game Ste. Genevieve played yesterday.

Earlier the Dragons defeated Fredericktown 14-10.

Ste. Genevieve will play North County for third place today at 4:30 p.m.

North County lost to Park Hills 14-1 in the other semifinal.

In other tournament games yesterday:

Park Hills defeated Potosi 10-1.

Football: SGHS JV beats Potosi

STE. GENEVIEVE -- The Ste. Genevieve junior varsity beat Potosi 41-14.

Volleyball: VHS tops Windsor

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle won at Windsor 27-25, 25-18 to improve to 14-2 on the season and 2-0 in the conference.

Valle plays at Valley of Caledonia tonight.

Valle stats:

Scoring Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (8 points, 1 ace)

2. Kaydi Heil (6 points)

3. Taylor Siebert (5 points)

4. Hannah Viox (3 points)

5. Lainey Bauman (2 points, 1 ace)

6. Hannah Bahr (2 points)

Attack Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (9 kills)

2. Hannah Bahr (7 kills)

3. Taylor Siebert (3 kills)

4. Riley Wolk (3 kills)

5. Hannah Viox (2 kills)

6. Abby Umfleet (2 kills)

Blocking Leaders:

1. Abby Umfleet (2 solos, 3 assists)

2. Riley Wolk (4 assists)

3. Taylor Siebert (2 assists)

4. Lainey Bauman (1 assist)

5. Hannah Viox (1 assist)

Digging Leaders:

1. Lainey Bauman (10 digs)

2. Hannah Bahr (9 digs)

3. Sydni Basler (6 digs)

4. Taylor Seibert (4 digs)

5. Kaydi Heil (4 digs)

6. Riley Wolk (2 digs)

7. Abby Umfleet (2 digs)

8. Hannah Viox (1 dig)

Serve Receive Leaders:

1. Sydni Basler (14 receptions)

2. Kaydi Heil (8 receptions)

3. Hannah Bahr (5 receptions)

4. Lainey Bauman (4 receptions)

Assist Leaders:

1. Taylor Siebert (21 assists)

2. Lainey Bauman (2 assists)

3. Sydni Basler (1 assist)

Volleyball: SGHS falls to Bismarck

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve lost at Bismarck in three sets last night: 25-23, 10-25 and 22-25.

The Dragons JV defeated Bismarck 25-14 and 25-14.

The Dragons play at Fredericktown tonight.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Football: SGHS tops visiting Potosi

STE. GENEVIEVE – Ste. Gen celebrated homecoming with a 33-13 win over Potosi.

The Dragons (3-3) needed a third quarter comeback to put away the Trojans.

Ste. Gen opened the second half scoring as Luke Brewster ran in from 5 yards out with 10:29 on the clock for a 12-6 lead.

The Trojans answered and went ahead 13-12 with 6:33 in the period.

But it was all Ste. Gen after that.

Brandon Hinson found Dalton Giesler from 14 yards out and Ste. Gen reclaimed the lead 18-13 with 6:33 in the third.

Two fourth quarter scores assured the win.

Wade Hahn's one yard TD run with 8:51 in the game gave Ste. Gen a 26-13 advantage and Camden Roe busted a 35-yard TD with 5:46 to play.

Ste Gen's only score in the first half came on a kickoff return to tie the game 6-6.

The Dragons play at Perryville this Friday night.

The Pirates (1-5) only win this season came in the second week when they shut out St. Pius 45-0.

They have lost to De Soto (23-15), Fredericktown (28-13), Potosi (21-0),St. Vincent (28-18) and last Friday to state ranked Park Hills (39-20).

Last year Ste. Gen won 62-17.

The 7:00 p.m. game Friday will be broadcast on KSGM AM 980 and ksgm980.com.

Football: Valle downs Jefferson

Photos by Erik Herzog

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Valle Catholic gave up a couple of big plays but secured their 51st straight win and a big I-55 conference victory on the road at Jefferson Friday night.

The 53-19 final over the BlueJays (4-2) improved the Warriors to 6-0 on the season.

Cole Wood touchdown run in first quarter.

Valle took a 12-0 lead in the 1st quarter on a 2-yard TD run by Cody Stoll and a 50-yard TD pass by Mason Skaggs to Cole Wood.

The Jays answered with their only 1st half points on an 85-yard Andrew Graves kick off return.

The Warriors built a 34-6 lead by the half.

In the second quarter Stoll ran for a 54-yard score, Skaggs ran in from 5-yards out and he threw a one yard TD pass to Wood.

Valle built their advantage to 41-6 on an 8 yard TD run by Stoll in the third.

Coach Martin goes over the game plan with his defense.

After an interception the Warriors were driving for another score when Skaggs was stripped at the one and the play ruled a fumble resulted in a 99-yard score for Dylan Roth and the Jays.

With 10:32 in the fourth Wood caught a 3-yard TD pass for a 47-13 Valle lead.

With 7:13 left in the contest Graves scored again this time on an 85-yard kick off return to cut the Warriors lead to 47-19.

Jacob Bieser put pressure on the QB.

The final points came on a 10-yard TD pass to Tyler Blum with 3:00 left in the game.

Skaggs threw for over 300 yards and ran for another 75 with five TD's.

Wood had nine receptions for 196 yards and three scores for the Warriors.

Stoll ran for 138 yards on 21 carries.

Valle will put the nation's longest active winning streak on the line on Saturday when they host Lamar in what many are considering the "game of the year" in high school football in Missouri.

Valle has won the class 1 title the last three years while Lamar has won the class 2 title the last five seasons.

When asked why he scheduled Lamar Valle coach Judd Naeger said the school had an open date and could not find anyone to play them. He said Lamar had the same problem.

Cross Country: Ste. Genevieve boys win at Hancock

STE. GENEVIEVE -- Ste. Genevieve boys won the Hancock Invitational at Jefferson Barracks Saturday.

Individually: Schuyler Ogden came in first, Nathaniel Ogden was second, Ben Naeger was third and Max Upchurch came in ninth.

Olivia Grein came in sixth and Sarah Moore came in seventh in the girls varsity race.

Riley Huck came in seventh in the junior varsity race.

Ste. Genevieve next runs at the Jefferson City Invitational Friday at the Oak Hills Golf Course.

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.