Scoreboard

May 2, 2014 

BASEBALL

APRIL 28: EXCELSIOR SPRINGS 11, PLEASANT HILL 10 (13 INNINGS): The Roosters, who led 9-6 before Excelsior Springs scored three runs in the seventh inning, lost on a walk-off double in the bottom of the 13th. Tanner Beagle drove in three runs for the Roosters.

APRIL 25: PEMBROKE HILL 9, PLEASANT HILL 4: Tanner Beatgle doubled and drove in two of the Roosters runs. Beagle, Josh Shewmaker and Zach Taylor each had two hits.

APRIL 25: SHAWNEE MISSION (KAN.) SOUTH 4, RAY -PEC 3: Panthers are held to five hits in first-round loss at River City Baseball Festival in Lawrence, Kan.

APRIL 26: RAY -PEC 9, OZARK 2: The Panthers scored four runs in the first on an RBI double by Evan Rathburn, a two-run double by Chase Graf and an RBI single by Jordan Vantrump in the River City Baseball Festival.

APRIL 26: RAY -PEC 4, BRANSON 2: Turner Wehmeyer drove in two runs for the Panthers in the River City Baseball Festival. Kyle Wilson struck out 11 in getting the victory.

SOCCER

APRIL 28: BELTON 7, GRANDVIEW 1: Belton goals: Taylor Evans 3, Molly Chevalier 2, Dani Austin 2. Assists: Alison Woltkamp 3, Dani Austin 2, Taylor Evans 1, Molly Chevalier 1. Belton’s record: 6-8

TRACK AND FIELD

APRIL 25: GARY PARKER RELAYS

At Blue Springs High School

Boys team scores: 1. Blue Springs, 109; 2. Grandview, 79; 3. Hazelwood Central, 72; 4. Lee’s Summit West, 60; 5. Blue Springs South, 45; 6. Staley, 44; 7. Raytown South 37; 8. Lee’s Summit North, 36; 9. Raymore-Peculiar, 34; 10. Lee’s Summit, 29; 11. St. Louis University, 27; 12. Fort Osage, 23; 13. William Chrisman, 22; 14. Raytown, 20; 15. Liberty, 17; 18. Oak Park, 14; 19. Truman, 3.

Girls team scores: 1. Grandview, 83; 2. Lee’s Summit North, 78.5; 3. Raymore-Peculiar, 75; 4. Lee’s Summit West, 63; 5. Blue Springs South, 58; 6. Blue Springs, 55; 7. Fort Osage, 44; 8. Staley, 36; 9. St. Joseph Central, 34; 10. St. Teresa’s Academy, 30.5; 11. Raytown South, 24; 12. Liberty, Raytown, 22; 14. William Chrisman, 20; 15. Oak Park, 18; 16. Lee’s Summit, 17; 17. Truman, 12; 18. Notre Dame de Sion, 6; 19. North Kansas City, 4.

Ray-Pec boys scorers: 3,200: 1. Jason Fambrough, 9:29.28; 2. Keaton Wasson, 9:48.79. 110 hurdles: 4. Loren Anderson, 15.45. High jump: 6. Christopher Allen, 6-0. Pole vault: 2. Jordan Hill, 13-9. Long jump: 7. Tyree Snorgrass, 21-2.5.

Ray-Pec girls scorers: 400: 5. Morgan Smith, 58.99. 1,600: 1. Kiley Deain, 5:25.58; 5. Jamie Wharton, 5:36.88. 3,200: 6. Kayla Allen, 11:56.60; 7. Breanna Birkett, 11:58.0. 400 relay: 6. Ray-Pec 51.01. 800 relay: 6. Ray-Pec, 1:47.02. 1,600 relay: 2. Ray-Pec, 4:03.55. 3,200 relay: 6. Ray-Pec, 10:05.42. High jump: 3. Kami Tabor, 5-0; 4. Morgan Smmith, 5-0. Long jump: 1. Kiarrah Moore, 17-9.5. Triple jump: 3. Kiarrah Moore, 34-10.5. Shot put: 2. Alexis Acklin, 40-3.75.

GOLF

APRIL 28: SUBURBAN GOLD DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP

At Adams Pointe Golf Club, par 72

Team scores: 1. Liberty, 331; 2. Blue Springs South, 334; 3. Lee’s Summit North, 335; 4. Blue Springs, 350; 5. Lee’s Summit, 356; 6. Raymore-Peculiar, 365.

Ray-Pec scores: 12. Drew Evans, 87; Addison Schubert, 92; Cameron Nichols, 93; Brandon Mansur, 93; Bubba Blackburn, 96.

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