The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO

High School Sports

April 12, 2013

Prep roundup: McAuley rolls past Exeter

McAuley Catholic rapped 17 hits in beating Exeter 13-3 in six innings in an Ozark 7 Conference prep baseball game at Joe Becker Stadium on Thursday.

Senior left-hander Shaw Robertson was a spark for the Warriors (2-3, 2-1)  He tossed 42⁄3 innings in relief, striking out nine, for the pitching nod and added 4-for-4 with two RBI, two runs scored and four stolen bases.

Adam Robertson (Shaw’s brother), Cole Lowry and Anthony Bertoncino each added three hits for the Warriors. Collin Hughes and Trey Melton had two hits apiece.

GOLF

Warriors triumph


McAuley Catholic won a triangular at Schifferdecker Municipal Golf Course with 172 strokes over the front nine.

Connor Schlegel’s 1-over-par 37 paced the Warriors.

Noah Andrews shot 46 to pace Sarcoxie to a 206 and Laurel Lown 47 shot to lead Thomas Jefferson to a 211.

Aurora Tournament

AURORA, Mo. — Aurora’s Grant Seifried shot a 75 and led the Houn’ Dawgs to the team championship Thursday at the Aurora Invitational at Honey Creek Golf Course.

Dylan Bekemeir of Republic won the tournament with a 72 and led the Tigers to second place. Lamar was third.

Aurora’s Jordan Fronabarger shot a 79 and tied for third with Monett’s Garrett Craig.

TENNIS

Thomas Jefferson 6, Forsyth 3

The Cavaliers, who improved their dual record to 3-2, received singles wins from Preston Carpenter, John Burnett, Joe Scott, Levi Vasquez and Michael Joseph.

Vasquez and Joseph won by forfeit at No. 3 doubles.

Forsyth wins were by Jordan Hamling in singles and Garrett Gerth-Donovan Derby and Hamling-Seth Cramer in doubles.

Thomas Jefferson will hold its annual Invitational today starting at 9 a.m. with Carl Junction, Webb City, Carthage, Neosho, Nevada, Monett and Springfield Catholic joining the Cavaliers.

The singles competition will be held at the Millennium Tennis and Fitness Club and doubles at Thomas Jefferson.

SOCCER

Carl Junction 4, Carthage 0

CARTHAGE, Mo. — Sydney Solberg’s hat trick helped the Bulldogs hike their winning streak to seven.

All of the scoring came in the first half for Carl Junction (8-3). Solberg scored at 17:00 and 26:00, Anissa Williams at 31:00 and Solberg at 39:00.

Williams, Taylor Beck and Kylie Roach had assists for Carl Junction. Its stats had it with a 20-3 advantage in shots.

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