KXEO Sports Report 9/22/21

(Photo Credit To Eric Mattson)

For a second straight night the Mexico Bulldogs Girls Softball Team picked up an extra innings win.


Mexico defeated Moberly 1-0 in 10 innings on the road last (Tuesday) night.

Jordyn Thurman threw a shutout with 6 strikeouts.

Taylor DeMint led off the 10th inning with a walk, and then moved over to 2nd on a bunt single by Brooke Teel and then scored on a base hit by Lexie Willer.

The Mexico Bulldogs Girls Tennis Team shut out North Pointe 9-0 in a home meet last (Tuesday) night.

North Pointe is a brand new school in Wentzville. Lady Bulldogs singles winners included Shelby Kennemore, Katie Gooch, Lily Yager, Estrella Ramirez-Lopez, Jocelyn Jarquin-Garcia, and Estrella Ramirez-Lopez.

Double winners for Mexico were Shelby Kennemore and Katie Gooch.

Lily Yager and Winona Whelan.

And the duo of Jocelyn Jarquin-Garcia and Winona Whelan.

Mexico improved their season record to 8-3.

Varsity Singles
#1 Shelby Kennemore Sophia Green (11) 8-0
#2 Katie Gooch Samantha Horn (10) 8-1
#3 Lily Yager Braelyn Trager (9) 8-0
#4 Estrella Ramirez-Lopez Olivia Stenberg (9) 8-1
#5 Jocelyn Jarquin-Garcia Madison Sessler (11) 8-0
#6 Winona Whelan Isabella Pritchett (9) 8-5
Varsity Doubles
#1 S. Kennemore & K. Gooch Green & Horn 8-0
#2 L. Yager & W. Whelan  Trager & Stenberg 8-1
#3 J. Jarquin-Garcia & E. Ramirez-Lopez Sessler & Prichett 8-0
JV Doubles
J.V. Jyllian Whitworth & Brynna Carey Elliana Weiler (9) & Taylor Dutton (9) 6-1
J.V. Daida Herrera & Amelia Denham Casey Fosson (9) & Isabella Bauer (10) 6-1
J.V. Claire Hudson & Maddy Maxwell Cadence Haywood (9) & Meagan Zumwalt (11) 6-2
J.V. Baylea Porter & Lucy Gleeson Rachel Goldberg (9) & Lydia Deruvo (10) 6-2
J.V. Lani Blair & Sandra Cruz-Jarquin Vivien Gierer (10) & Kailyn Sleight (9) 6-2
J.V. Alice Eggen & Riley Walker 6-2
J.V. Madison Wheaton & Riley Walker 6-3
J.V. Aynnessa Foster & Abby Ryan 3-6

The St. Louis Cardinals outlasted the Milwaukee Brewers 2-1 in ten innings last (Tuesday) to record their 10th consecutive win.

Cardinals starting pitcher Jake Woodford set the tone with 5 scoreless innings, and the Cardinals bullpen allowed just one run over the next four innings.

The win keeps a firm grasp on the 2nd National League Wild Card spot for the Cardinals, as their lead over the Cincinnati Reds increased to 4 games after the Reds lost Pittsburgh.

The Cardinals magic number is now down to 8 to clinch a postseason berth.

The Kansas City Royals lost 4-1 to the Cleveland Indians.

The Royals will go for a series split against the Indians tonight (Wednesday) in Cleveland.