Thursday’s High School Scoreboard

Volleyball:

Maryville 2, Lafayette 0 (25-23, 25-22)

Nodaway-Holt 2, Mound City 1

East Atchison 2, King City/Union Star 0

Cameron 2, Savannah 1

Rock Port 2, S Holt 0

Red Oak 3, Clarinda 1

East Union 2, Lenox 0

Earlham 3, Lenox 0

Softball:

Benton 3, Maryville 2 (Jacklyn Hersh 2 run HR)

North Nodaway 6, NE Nodaway 1

Albany 12-7 , Platte Valley 9-4

Worth County 12, Pattonsburg 2

Braymer 11, North Andrew 1

Stanberry 5, King City 1

Boys Soccer:

Maryville 8, LeBlond 0

–Thomas DiStefano 3 goals

Girls Tennis:

Maryville 9, Lafayette 0

(Maryville first)

Morgan Goodridge 8-1 Rowan Davis

Addison Hall 8-1 Makayla Tovey

Emma Webb-Kirkpatrick 8-0 Madison Frakes

Kamryn Gastler 8-1 Cierra Bettis

Chiara Ghera 8-0 Madyson McMillian

Cayren Barnett 8-0 Mackenzie Henman

 

Goodridge/Webb-Kirkpatrick 8-0 Davis/Frakes

Hall/Gastler 8-2 Tovey/Bettis

Ghera/Athena Groumoutis 8-0 Mcmillian/Henman

Girls Golf: Mozingo

Maryville 180 (Emily Long 36)

LeBlond 212

Central 213

Lafayette 219

Girls Central_Lafayette_LeBlond @ Mozingo 2018 copy

Girls Basketball:

Shenandoah’s Logan Hughes announced Thursday she will continue her career at Missouri Western.