Area Roundup: White’s OT goal lifts Pirates to NCMC win

Posted: Oct. 3, 2012 3:27 am Updated: Oct. 24, 2012 3:27 am


Aaron White scored six minutes into overtime to lift the Hannibal boys soccer team to a 3-2 North Central Missouri Conference road win over Kirksville.

Trever Hertlein, who scored two minutes into the game, had the assist on the game-winner. Hannibal outshot Kirksville 20-4, and the Tigers trailed 2-0 at halftime. They got the equalizer from Blake Barber in the 77th minute.

Scott Cockrell scored for Hannibal (13-4, 6-1) in the 12th minute off an assist from Tyler Thomure.


Mark Twain 5, Canton 4: Amanda Camden hit a game-winning RBI single in the top of the eighth inning to lift Mark Twain to a non-conference win on the road.

Camden and Kenzie Grossman led Mark Twain by both going 2 for 4, and Camden drove in three runs. Victoria Thompson earned her first win of the season for Mark Twain (16-7), pitching all eight innings.

Allison Phillips led Canton (9-13) by going 2 for 4 with a double, and Courtney Baalman also finished 2 for 4.

Highland 8, South Shelby 0: Dana Flanagan went 3 four 4 with four RBIs and a double to lead Highland to a Clarence Cannon Conference victory.

Avery Johnson tossed a three-hitter for the Lady Cougars and improved her mark to 9-11. Amber Garner and Autumn Florea both went 3 for 4 for Highland.

Paris 23, Marion County 8: Paris sent 20 patters to the plate and hammered out 12 hits as part of a 15-run sixth inning to blow past Marion County at Philadelphia, Mo. The Lady Mustangs (1-18) committed three errors in the inning.

Marion County's Megan Smith and Amber Krigbaum went 2 for 4, and Jade Johnson was 2 for 3.


Palmyra 5, Barat Academy 1: The Lady Panthers advanced to Wednesday's championship of the Class 1 District 9 tournament.

Megan Hooper sparked Palmyra, which improved to 7-4 in dual matches, by defeating Jennifer Fabian 6-2, 6-2 at No. 1 singles. Isabelle Dames, Kayla Browning, Lydia Wilson and Brooke Meyer also picked up wins for the Lady Panthers.


Musholt paces Raiders: QND's Steven Musholt placed fourth overall in 16 minutes, 28 seconds, and the Raiders finished second behind Taylorville in a 2.9-mile race at Community Park in Jacksonville.

QND's Aaron Ley was fifth in 16:42, Nick Scholz was 11th in 17:20 and Eric Eling claimed 13th in 17:29. QND and Jacksonville each finished with 50 points, but the Raiders gained the edge on the sixth-man tiebreaker


Lewis leads way: QND's Sarah Lewis ran a team-best time of 21 minutes, 23 seconds to lead the Lady Raiders in a 2.9-mile race at Community Park in Jacksonville. QND's Abby Grawe was 15th in 21:35.

The Lady Raiders finished third overall, with Taylorville winning the event.


Culver-Stockton College d. Benedictine:
The Lady Wildcats evened their Heart of America Athletic Conference record at 3-3 by beating the Ravens 25-17, 25-13, 15-25, 25-23 at Canton, Mo.

Ruthie Wheelock led C-SC (9-11, 3-3) with 13 kills, while Shea Elmore and Savannah Day added 11 apiece. Abbie
Foster finished with 19 digs and Brooke Carroll handed out 40 assists to go with 15 digs.

HLGU d. Stephens College: The Lady Trojans won an American Midwest Conference match 25-17, 25-22, 25-11 at Columbia, Mo. HLGU improved to 15-10 overall and 8-2 in the AMC.


Torrente paces Trojans:
Marco Torrente shot a 75 on both days of the William Woods Fall Invitational at Tanglewood Golf Course to finish 12th overall at 6-over and lead Hannibal-LaGrange University to a sixth-place finish. HLGU's Erik Potts finished 16th overall at 8-over 152. Evangel's Christian Bechard won the event with a 7-under 137


Lady Trojan nearly wins: HLGU's Lorena Alvarez finished tied for second place, one stroke behind medalist Alex Ferrer of William Woods, at the William Woods Fall Invitational at Tanglewood Golf Course. Alvarez finished with a two-day score of 10-over 154.

HLGU's Alicia Andres finished at 18-over 162 to finish seventh overall.


Truman State 7, Quincy University 2: Quincy Notre Dame product Ian Hinkamper had a hand in each of the Hawks' wins during their non-conference loss at Kirksville, Mo.

Hinkamper defeated Jake Ohlhausen 6-1, 6-2 at No. 1 singles and then teamed with Lane Luhring to beat Ohlhausen and Griffin Smith 9-8 at No. 1 doubles. QU dropped to 2-1 overall.


Truman State 7, QU 2: Quincy High School product Samantha Halfpap teamed with Anna Morrissey to defeat Maggi Schutte and Kim Birenbaum 8-5 at No. 1 doubles, giving QU its lone doubles win in a non-conference loss at Kirksville, Mo.

QU's Ashley Longshore defeated Jessica Gennuso 7-5, 6-3 at No. 4 singles. The Lady Hawks are now 2-1 overall.


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