Tuesday Sports Scoreboard

===VOLLEYBALL===

St. Pius 1
STE. GENEVIEVE 2 (25-21, 23-25, 25-19)

After a tough weekend of competition and down an injured player, Ste. Genevieve head coach Jessica Hess says her team showed great resiliency in the victory.

Desoto 0
FARMINGTON 2 (25-22, 25-12)

The Knights went 6-1 at the SEMO Tournament over the weekend and head coach Julie Ward says her team is playing well in all areas of the game.

Meadow Heights 0
ADVANCE 2 (25-9, 25-12)

ST VINCENT 2 (25-17, 23-25, 25-21)
Grandview 0

St. Vincent head coach Amy Umfleet says her team was battling fatigue after a busy weekend and a match last night, but a couple of her players stepped up in need.

Doniphan 0
CLEARWATER 2 (25-12, 25-16)

WOODLAND 2 (25-19, 25-12)
Cape Central 0

Woodland had a starter get sick right before the match, causing the Cardinals to play on their toes as far as the lineup goes. Head coach Kacie Patton says she’s proud of the way her team responded to the adversity.

ELLINGTON 2
Caledonia 0

PERRYVILLE 2 (25-20, 25-18)
Festus 0

After dropping a heartbreaking game last night, head coach Cindy Cissell says the Pirates course corrected their ship against the Tigers.

OAK RIDGE 2 (25-15, 25-17)
GREENVILLE 0

Fredericktown 0
VALLE CATHOLIC 2 (25-13, 25-17)

Jefferson 0
ARCADIA VALLEY 2

HERCULANEUM 2
Crystal City 0

ROCKWOOD SUMMIT 2
Fox 1

HILLSBORO 2
Winsdsor 0

NORTHWEST 2
Oakville 1

Lions head coach Debra Fortner says sets 1 and 3 brought out the team’s best work, while in set 2, Oakville brought on its defensive power.

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===SOCCER===

St. Mary’s (St. Louis) 1
FARMINGTON 9

Farmington head coach Addae Rique says stout defensive play led to his team’s offensive success.

SLUH 6
Festus 0

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===SOFTBALL===

ST. PIUS 15
Jefferson 9

Lancers head coach Kevin Halley says everyone was productive up and down the lineup.

HILLSBORO 3
Desoto 2

Hawks head coach Kevin Lucas says his team fell into a little defensive trouble, but was able to pull off the win with the help of junior Emma Nichols’s performance on the mound.

Mehlville 1
FOX 11

Warriors head coach Chris Starkey says both offense and defense were rolling.

SECKMAN 7
Kirkwood 4

FARMINGTON 6
Potosi 5

Ste. Genevieve 4
NORTH COUNTY 19 (4 innings)

North County head coach Steve Elam says a pair of his players brought the power to the plate.

East Prairie 2
PERRYVILLE 10

Perryville head coach Darrin Deckerd says one of his players had a historic night on Monday notching three triples, tying the state record with eight other players, and possibly another one tonight.

Alton 2
EAST CARTER 9

MARQUETTE 10
Northwest 0

HANCOCK 10
Herculaneum 3

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===GIRLS TENNIS===

Fredericktown 1
FARMINGTON 8

North County 2
ARCADIA VALLEY 5

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===BASEBALL===

Kingston 2
VALLEY 5

Valley head coach Trent Hartley was really impressed with his team’s defense.

Lesterville 2
CLEARWATER 13 (5 innings)

Clearwater head coach Cole Sheets says he likes the way his team has been playing lately.

ELLINGTON 11 (6 innings)
Naylor 8

Bloomfield 8
EAST CARTER 18 (6 innings)

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===JEFFCO SOCCER===

The Jefferson College Vikings shut out MCC-Blue River 3-0 THIS (Tuesday) afternoon. Vikings coach Bob Bartolone was happy with HIS TEAM’S overall performance.

Coach Bartolone LIKED THE EXECUTION ON THE SECOND GOAL OF THE GAME.

The victory places the Vikings at 4-4 on the season and 2-0 in Region 16 PLAY. THE VINKINGS RETURN TO ACTION HOSTING MCC-Maple Woods ON Saturday afternoon at 2 P.M.