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    BASE: Pitch limit keep North County’s Kolten Poorman from a complete game victory as Raiders beat Ste. Genevieve to earn share of the regular season conference title. Briley Smith picks up three hits and a pair of RBI’s in the win. Poorman’s 2-run double in a 6-run 6th inning breaks it open for Raiders
    BASE: Central sends Fredericktown to 5th straight loss and with NC’s win over Ste. Gen., Rebels earn a share of the regular season conference title. Central now 12-4 on the season
    SB: Ste. Genevieve splits a home doubleheader, falling to West County, but blasting Crystal City. MaKenzie Simily and Dori McRaven each went 2-3 for Lady Bulldogs in the game one win with Similly adding a pair of RBI’s. In game two, Alyssa Huber went 3-4 and drove in 3 RBI’s to eclipse Julia Koetting’s previous record for RBI’s in a single season of 30 set in the fall of 2017. Huber’s 3 gave her 32 on the season. Huber also picked up the win in the circle in a 6-inning run-shortened affair of set a career high with 16 strikeouts
    GOLF: Central’s Bradley Clark is medalist with a 42 as Rebels pick up tri-match win at Potosi

    GBB: Joe Arnold has been named the new girls head coach at West County. Arnold fills the void after Chris Brewer stepped down after 14 season leading the Lady Bulldogs. Arnold has had previous coaching stints at North County and Farmington
    SB: Potosi takes advantage of five Ste. Genevieve errors to rout Dragons. Jaci Short and Paige Battreal both go 2 for 4 and drive in three as Lady Trojans roll
    GOLF: North County edges Farmington by three strokes to claim Festus Invitational title. North County’s Braden Swift finishes first by one stroke over both Jonah Burgess (Farm) and Jacob Thomure (SG) who carded 82’s
    BASE: Potosi hangs almost two dozen on Salem as Trojans bats come alive. Potosi improves to 6-7 and host Farmington today