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The Mexico Ledger - Mexico, MO
  • Mexico High School sports reports

  • Softball, district softball, golf
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  • SOFTBALL: Kirksville held Mexico scoreless Wednesday in Mexico's first conference loss. Getting hits on the night for Mexico were Alison Mudd with a triple, Anne Baker with a single, and Victoria Shaw with a single.
    In the 6-0 loss, Kirksville scored 1 run in the second, 1 run in the third, 2 runs in the fourth, and 2 runs in the sixth.
    "Kirksville is a good team. They played well tonight. We put the ball in play but couldn't seem to find the gaps like Kirksville did tonight. We have to bounce back tomorrow night against Fulton to finish up conference play," said MHS coach Christina Gerber.
    Danielle Baumgartner (10-3) was the pitcher for the Lady Bulldogs. She recorded 3 strikeouts, 2 walks, and allowed 11 hits.
    Mexico, 12-4 overall and 10-1 in NCMC play, will be at home tonight at 7 p.m. for senior night.
    In the junior varsity game Kirksville prevailed 15-4. The Lady Bulldogs scored 2 runs in the third and 2 in the fourth. In the third inning Ashlie Woodruff hit a single, followed by a single from Leslie Fischer. Laura Fischer then hit a single to score Woodruff. Leslie Fischer also scored in the inning.
    In the fourth inning, Paityn House hit a single and advanced on a passed ball. Courtney Inlow reached on an error. Emilee Rodenbaugh drew a walk. House scored in the inning and Inlow scored on a passed ball.
    Kirksville scored 7 runs in the first, 6 in the third and 2 in the fourth.
    The JV record is 8-4-1.
    DISTRICT SOFTBALL: Mexico High School will host Class 3 District 8 softball district tournament Oct. 3-6.
    The Lady Bulldogs (12-4) have been seeded third and will play their first game at 6 p.m. next Wednesday against No. six seed the Macon Tigers. The winner of this game will face Kirksville at 7 p.m. Oct. 4.
    Centralia (18-3) is seeded first, Kirksville (15-5) is seeded second, Hallsville (13-7) fourth, Moberly (5-14) fifth and Macon (3-15) is seeded sixth.
    Centralia and Kirksville both drew byes for the first round. Prior to the Mexico game Wednesday, Hallsville and Moberly will play at 4 p.m. The winner of this game will play Centralia at 5 p.m. Oct. 4.
    GOLF: Mexico golf team was hosted Centralia and Hallsville Tuesday in a tri-meet. Hallsville did not field a team. Mexico won 207 to 242. Layne Ray, Mexico, medaled with a 45.
    "This was a great experience for our team. This is the only match we were able to host at the Mexico Country Club this season, but it is a beautiful course that has a nice level of difficulty for high school golfers," said MHS coach Lindsey Yancey.
    The course was preparation for the district tournament Monday, which will be at Heritage Hills in Moberly.
    Page 2 of 2 - "Last night was a good win for our team with the medalist and runner up from our team. The girls played with good sportsmanship and were good hosts to Hallsville and Centralia, so I believe they represented Mexico and MHS well," Yancey said.
    INDIVIDUAL SCORES
    M=Medal
    Layne Ray 45 M
    Kaylee Stone 46
    Haley Auwarter 56
    Abigail Hoer 60
    Jessica Slagle 68
    Abby Gooch 60
    Erika Smiley 61
    Sarah Jeffries 63
    Brittany Lucas 70

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