Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

October 1, 2012

Local roundup


Effingham Daily News

EFFINGHAM — Jackson Wendling was medalist, and was joined on the all-Apollo Conference team by teammate Anthony Lechman, as the Hearts finished third Friday in the conference meet at Red Tail Run Golf Club in Decatur.

Wendling shot a 3-over 75, two strokes better than Christian Crabill (Mt. Zion) and Cordy Horn (Charleston), who shared second at 77.

Lechman finished at 79, good for sixth place.

“Jackson Wendling played a great round of golf. He has worked very hard and I am proud of his effort,” Hearts coach Jeff Schafer said. “But the rest of the day was disappointing.

“We had a great opportunity to win this and we didn’t get it done. We have some kids that are really disappointed that they didn’t perform better.”

Charleston had four players shoot 80 or better to win the team title with 315. Mt. Zion was second at 321, and the Hearts third at 325.

Jake Linders had an 83, and Anthony Barrett an 88 for Effingham.



Apollo Conference Tournament

Team Standings: 1. Charleston 315; 2. Mt. Zion 321; 3. Effingham 325; 4. Mattoon 337; 5. Salem 365; 6. Paris 421.

Top 10 individuals: 1. Jackson Wendling (E), 75; 2. Christian Crabill (MZ), 77; 2. Cordy Horn (C), 77; 4. Gabe Cox (C), 78; 4. Danny Miller (MZ) 78; 6. Anthony Lechman (E), 79; 7. Nick Wilson (C), 80; 7. Ben Cleveland (MZ), 80; 7. Alex Gowin (C), 80; 10. Carter Price (M), 81.

Effingham: Jackson Wendling 75; Anthony Lechman 79; Anthony Barrett 88; Jake Linders 83; Sean Sandifer 92; Reed Schafer 91.



Heart girls 4th in Apollo meet

Morgan Wilson and Courtney White made the all-conference team, and the Effingham girls finished fourth Friday in the Apollo Confernce Tournament at Eagle Ridge Golf Course in Paris.

Wilson finished tied for sixth overall with a 101, and White grabbed the final all-conference spot by finishing eighth with a 103.

Also for Effingham, Hope Collier shot a 112 and Delanie Hagenseiker shot 137.

Mattoon won with a team score of 407, followed by Mt. Zion (417), Charleston (424), Effingham (449), Salem (450) and Paris (596).

Maddy Burgett of Charleston was individual medalist with an 85.



Rohlfing leads Bulldogs

Miranda Rohlfing was a runaway medalist, and the St. Anthony girls cruised to a convincing victory as well in a three-team meet Wednesday at Charleston Country Club.

Rohlfing shot a 41, six strokes clear of teammates Madison Bushue  and Mariah Bushue, who finished in a three-way tie for second place with Mattoon’s Kalie Conlin.

St. Anthony won with a team score of 185. Mattoon was second at 201, and Charleston had 217.

The Bulldogs will take a 15-1 season record into regional play on Wednesday at the Effingham Country Club.



St. Anthony 195, Mattoon 201, Charleston 217

St. Anthony: Miranda Rohlfing 41; Emmie Schultz 50; Madison Bushue 47; Mariah Bushue 47,Kyla Burton 65, Maddie Schuette 57.

Shoes girls even record

Holly Dust captured medalist honors by shooting a 46, and Teutopolis evened its season record at 9-9 with a 205-225 victory over Pana Thursday at the Effingham Country Club.

Celeste Deters shot 51 for Teutopolis, third overall.



Teutopolis 205, Pana 215

Teutopolis: Celeste Deters 51; Holly Dust 46; Leah Kremer 58; Laura Wente 54; Haley Giles 58; Ellie Ruholl 54; Lea Thoele 64; Katie Thoele 62.

Pana: Hannah Miller 47; Hannah Michael 60; Alysa Oary 63; Miranda Foster 60; Emily Hackler 58; Rebecca Miller 64.



Bulldog JV wins 3-way

Nick Wortman shot 38 to lead the St. Anthony boys junior varsity team to victory in a close three-team match Wednesday at Meadowview G.C. in Mattoon.

The Bulldogs won with a team score of 167. Mattoon was second at 169, and Charleston was third at 172.

Also for St. Anthony, Sam Wortman shot 41, Jared Hutchinson shot 42, Gus Koester had a 46, Nate Schmidt shot 48, Cody Pike shot 51, Nick Behl shot 59 and Chris Jones had a 61.



BASEBALL

11-run 3rd propels Bulldogs

Ben Hecht and Austin Bushur hit back-to-back home runs to cap an 11-run third inning that sent St. Anthony to a 12-0 victory over Stew-Stras Friday in both teams’ final regular-season game.

The Bulldogs (15-3) sent 14 batters to the plate in the third, and won after five innings under the 10-run rule.

Hecht went 3 for 3, lacking only a triple for the cycle, and had three RBIs. Neil Ritz was 2 for 2, with two doubles and two RBIs.

Zach Gardewine pitched a complete game, allowing three hits with five strikeouts.



St. Anthony 12, Stew-Stras 0

St. Anthony 10(11)    00    —    11

Stew-Stras    000    00    —    0

WP: Gardewine (5IP, 3H, 3BB, 5K).

St. Anthony: Lorenz 1-3, 2B; Rentfrow 0-1; Dasenbrock 1-2, Clausins 0-1; Hecht 3-3, HR, 2B; Bourgus 0-1; Bushur 1-3, HR; Hoelscher 0-3; Williams 0-3; Gardewine 1-3, 2B; Niebrugge 1-3; Ritz 2-2, 2 2B; Seats 0-0.



Traub Ks 13 in Maroons’ win

Tanner Traub had 13 strikeouts in a two-hitter, and Dieterich scored early and often in an 11-2 rout of Beecher City Thursday.

Traub, Chris Lidy and Trenton Poe each had two of Dieterich’s 11 hits. The Maroons also took advantage of five Eagles errors.

Dieterich (5-11 overall, 2-7 National Trail Conference) never broke a 1-1 tie with a three-run second and enver trailed.

Jacob Kenter doubled and Jackson Bales singled for the only hits off Traub.



Dieterich 11, Beecher City 2

Beecher City    011    000    0    —    2    2    5

Dieterich    133    130    x    11    11    0

WP: Tanner Traub (7 IP, 2H, 2R, 2ER, 5BB, 13K). LP: Austin Rexroat (4.2 IP, 11H, 11R, 11ER, 1BB, 2K).

Beecher City (ab-r-h-rbi): Blake McKay 3-0-0-0; Jackson Bales 3-0-1-0; Donovan Riley 3-0-0-1; Joel Wheeler 1-1-0-0; Wyatt Giles 2-0-0-0; Austin Rexroat 2-0-0-0; Brandon Kemme 1-0-0-0; Jacob Kenter 3-0-1-1; Auston Shelton 3-0-0-0; Zane Brandt 1-1-0-0; Westen Giles 0-0-0-0.

Dieterich: Alex Bohnhoff 4-2-1-1; Chris Lidy 4-1-2-3; Tanner Traub 4-2-2-1; Brandon Westjohn 3-1-1-1; Garrett Einhorn 4-1-1-2; Trenton Poe 3-1-2-1; Devin Aherin 4-1-1-0; Clayton Campton 3-1-0-0; Reid Shoemaker 2-1-1-1; Cole Hartke 1-0-0-0.



S. Central blanks Windsor

Dan Diss and Shawn Meyer combined on a one-hitter wtih seven strikeouts, and South Central blanked Windsor 10-0 in a five-inning game on Thursday.

The Cougars (14-4-1) completed a 10-0 run to win the National Trail Conference title and enter the NTC tournament as the No. 1 seed.

The Cougars scored in every inning before winning under the 10-run rule.

Dylan Smith was 2 for 2 with two RBIs for South Central, and Kyle Bray had a double and two RBIs.



South Central 10, Windsor 0

Windsor    000    00    —    0    1    1

South Central    331    12    —    10    8    0

WP: Dan Diss (4 IP, 1H, 2BB, 7K). LP: Cole (1 IP, 2H, 6R, 7BB, 2K).

South Central: Dylan Smith 2-2, 2 RBI; Kyle Bray 1-3, 2B, 2 RBI; Heath Hoffman 1-3, RBI; Drake Ritter 1-2, RBI; Austin Schwarm 1-3, RBI.

Windsor: White 1-1.



Neoga 5th at Robinson Invite

Altamont’s Andrew Sharp was the top local finisher, and Neoga the top local team Thursday in the 19-team Robinson Invitational.

Sharp finisehd sixth ovearll with a time of 16 minutes, 19.9 seconds on the 3-mile course.

Neoga was fifth in the team standings, and St. Anthony placed 10th. Shelbyville was the winner, followed by Tolono Unity and Charleston.

Also, Teutopolis finsihed 12th, Newton was 15th, Effingham 16th, Cumberland 17th and Dieterich 18th.



Team Standings: 1. Shelbyville 62; 2. Tolono Unity 88; 3. Charleston 94; 4. Mattoon 128; 5. Neoga 182; 6. Robinson; 7. East Richland 209; 8. Fairfield 259; 9. Sullivan 265; 10. St. Anthony 270; 11. Lawrenceville 283; 12. Teutopolis 286; 13. Mt. Carmel 325; 14. Marshall 372; 15. Newton 389; 16. Effingham 395; 17. Cumberland 439; 18. Dieterich 485; 19. Paris 528.

Top 10 individuals: 1. Riley McInerney (Ch), 15:11.1; 2. Blake Hale (R), 15:36.1; 3. Ben Scamihorn (Mar), 16:13.4; 4. Taylor Garrett (Ch), 16:14.0; 5. Andrew Sharp (Alt), 16:19.9; 6. Neil Yockey (Sh), 16:20.9; 7. Corbin Kakac (F), 16:23.4; 8. John Righter (Mat), 16:28.0; 9. Nick Godsell (Tol), 16:30.4; 10. Andrew Gardewine (SA), 16:31.8.

Neoga: 21. Trevor Walk, 17:07.7; 27. Travis Walk, 17:22.6; 28. Ryan Evans 17:23.4; 38. Austin Hernandez, 17:35.1; 73. Anthony Miah, 18:37.5; 81. Justin Deters, 18:50.9; 112. Ethan Walk, 20:14.6.

St. Anthony: 10. Andrew Gardewine, 16:31.8; 45. Zach McWhorter, 17:44.4; 55. Jake Spraul, 18:03.7; 75. John Goeckner, 18:40.6; 91. Matt Gibson, 19:12.0; 114. Drake McHugh, 20:17.6.

Teutopolis: 36. Zachary Mette, 17:33.7; 53. Lucas Probst, 17:57.9; 55. Riley Drees, 18:04.2; 72. Jesse Miller 18:36.4; 74. Logan Probst, 18:38.5; 84. Cody Heuerman, 18:54.4; 95. Cody Michaels 19:23.9.

Newton: 33. Corey Davidson, 17:31.7; 60. Evan Brooks, 18:12.9; 93. Noah Dart, 19:21.7; 106. Kyle Woods, 20:01.1; 110. Derek Boyd, 20:13.3; 126. Brett Schackman, 21:08.7; 129. Lane Simpson, 22:01.7.

Effingham: 54. Gary Damron, 18:00.4; 80. Patrick Siner, 18:49.8; 83. Leevi Baker, 18:52.5; 88. Kyle Niebrugge, 19:04.6; 100. Kennan Mahaffey, 19:40.5; 109. Josh Stombaugh, 20:11.5; 115. Adam Koester, 20:18.1.

Cumberland: 14. Tye Sutherland 16:43.3; 89. Andrew Talley, 19:08.1; 116. Kyle Swingler, 20:21.0; 117. JD Thompson, 20:30.3; 118. Keegan Sutherland, 20:31.0; 130. Dawson Cross, 22:06.6; 136. Elijah Ray, 23:18.3.

Dieterich: 70. Austin Bushue, 18:31.9; 87. Wyatt Abbott, 19:01.1; 101. Jacob Bushur, 19:42.8; 119. Reed Higgs, 20:38.4; 122. Kevin Robards, 20:42.0; 123. Josh Campbell, 20:44.0; 128. Dalton Flach, 21:27.6.

Altamont: 6. Andrew Sharp, 16:19.9; 92. Devin Durbin, 19:18.3; 125. Andrew Spelbring, 21:08.7; 135. Jake Seidel, 22:55.5.



Bulldog girls 4th at Robinson

The St. Anthony girls finished fourth out of 19 teams Thursday at the Robinson Invitational.

Cumberland’s Leah Hutchinson was the top local individual finisher, sixth overall in 19 minutes, 43.8 seconds on the 3-mile course.

Newton was sixth in the team standings, Effingham was seventh and Teutopolis eighth.



Team Standings: 1. Mattoon 34, 2. Tolon Unity 113; 3. Marshall 168; 4. St. Anthony 181; 5. East Richland 187; 6. Newton 209; 7. Effingham 218; 8. Teutopolis 227; 8. Lawrenceville 227; 10. Sullivan 228; 11. Charleston 238; 12. Neoga 270; 13. Mt. Carmel 280; 14. Robinson 287; 15. Cumberland 294; 16. Altamont 411; 17. Fairfield 433; 18. Paris 484; 19. Dieterich 563.

Top 10 individuals: 1. Megan Shaffer (Mat), 19:08.9; 2. Molly Yockey (Sh), 19:13.5; 3. Tyra Buss (MC), 19:21.5; 4. Whitney Maminfior (Mat), 19:22.6; 5. Mallory Bergbower (Bluford), 19:36.3; 6. Leah Hutchinson (Cumb), 19:43.8; 7. Victoria Drake (Mat), 19:49.0; 8. Carly Niebrugge (New), 19:51.2; 9. Miasie Lay (Mar), 19:55.8; 10. Jenna Bingham (Eff), 19:59.5.

St. Anthony: 12. Carson Fonner, 20:13.1; 21. Sarah Wortman, 20:52.5; 27. Emmie Schultz, 21:26.3; 46. Claire Willenborg, 22:00.2; 87. Paige Oltman, 23:50.0; 89. Barbara McGuire, 24:06.7; 108. Paige Koester, 26:17.2.

Newton: 8. Carly Niebrugge, 19:51.2; 17. Lexi Davidson, 20:43.5; 59. Madi Kinder, 22:27.9; 61. Morgan Green, 22:29.4; 77. Maddie Green, 23:24.2; 88. Hannah Litzelman, 24:02.5; 102. Natalie Woods, 25:35.1;

Effingham: 10. Jenna Bingham, 19:59.5; 33. Shayna Phillips 21.41.1; 41. Holly Moore, 21:51.6; 72. Ashley Jamerson, 22:56.2; 74. Maddie Woelfer, 23:15.0; 83. Kelly Keitel, 23:38.3; 121. Asia Zumbahlen, 29:01.6.

Teutopolis: 20. Megan Weichman, 20:51.9; 42. Julie Waldhoff, 21:55.5; 53. Lauren Jansen, 22:15.9; 62. Morgan Deters, 22:30.2; 63. Emma Repking, 22:38.7; 65. Emily Weichman, 22:42.1; 71. Kadi Borries, 22:54.5.

Neoga: 30. Taylor Baker, 21:31.5; 35. Brittany Deters, 21:42.5; 58. Maddie Butler, 22:25.5; 79. Madi Gibson, 23:32.5; 81. Erin Walk, 23:36.2; 105. Kristen Deters, 26:02.0; 118. Kelsey Beard, 27:48.3;

Cumberland: 6. Leah Hutchinson, 19:43.8; 25. Logan Peters, 21:22.7; 70. Leah Peters, 22:50.7; 99. Olivia Ross, 25:16.8; 109. Shelby Flood, 26:30.3.

Altamont: 43. Laura Wolff, 21:57.8; 85. Elizabeth Homann, 23:49.4; 92. Rene Tillman, 24:27.4; 93. Kelsey York, 24:31.0; 116. Margeaux Stuckemeyer, 27:36.5.

Dieterich: 110. Ashley Phllips, 26:43.1; 115. Ashley Faught, 27:34.4; 117. Melody Mahnke, 27:40.1; 120. Rachel Bierman, 28:56.7; 126. Kelsey Webb, 31:46.9.



SOCCER

Indians nip Salem

Brendan Walk’s goal at the 38-minute mark of the second half was the only scoring in Altamont’s 1-0 victory Thursday over Salem.

Ryan Mayhant assissted on Walk’s goal.

The Indians have won three straight to improve to 4-8-1.



TENNIS

Shoes escape, stay perfect

Teutopolis players dropped four of the six singles matches, but won all three doubles matches to nip Charleston 5-4 Thursday to preserve an undefeated season.

The Shoes are 9-0.

“We had a real match on our hands,” Teutopolis coach Kaye Kimpling said. “As the daylight was fading on their unlighted courts, the tirls really stepped up and played some awesome doubles.”



Teutopolis 5, Charleston 4

Singles

1. Kelsie Abolt (C) def. Elena Breer (T), 6-1, 6-0; 2. Maegan Flight (C), def. Holley Wright (T), 6-3, 6-4; 3. Allison Vogt (T) def. Madi Fisher (C), 6-1, 6-1; 4. Hannah Blevins (C) def. Cheyenne Lueken (T), 6-3, 2-6, 6-7 (4); 5. Megan Miller (T) def. Dakota Hicks (C), 6-0, 6-0; 6. Shelby Linder (C) def. Kaitlin Deters (T), 6-2, 6-3.

Doubles

1. Vogt/Lueken (T) def. Abolt/Fisher (C), 6-3; 2. Miller/Drees (T) def. Flight/Blevins (C), 6-2; 3. Deters/Ashley Hemmen (T) def. Hicks/Linder (C), 8-6.



Hearts top Casey-Westfield

Lauren Hoekstra, Madisson Haake, Claudia Vinvela Ayllon, Kaitlyn Gurley and Emma Kull won singles matches, and Effingham rolled to a 7-2 victory Thursday at Casey-Westfield.

Hoekstra/Vinvela Ayllon and Shelby Funneman/Kull won in doubles.



Effingham 7, Casey-Westfield 2

Singles

1. Lauren Hoekstra (E) def. Audrey Scott (CW), 10-0; 2. Madisson Haake (E) def. Dakotah Parker (CW), 10-8; 3. Claudia Vinvela Ayllon (E) def. Cartlyn Cox (CW), 10-5; 4. Kaitlyn Gurley (E) def. Darbie Thompson (CW), 10-1; 5. Ashley Hollensbee (CW) def. Shelby Funneman (E), 11-9; 6. Emma Kull (E) def. Leslie Glade (CW), 10-5.

Doubles

1. Scott/Parker (CW) def. Haake/Gurley (E), 10-3; 2. Hoekstra/Vinvela Allyn (E) def. Thompson/Hollensbe (CW), 10-0; 3. Funneman/Kull (E) def. Caitlyn Cox/Karley Fain (CW), 10-5.



Bulldogs JV tops Greenville

St. Anthony’s junior varsity team swept every match in a 5-0 victory Thurdsay over Greenville.

Erin Goeckner was a 6-3 winner in singles, and Chloe Malone won her match 6-2.

In doubles, Tierney Hammer/Goeckner won 6-1; Megan Schmidt/Hammer won 6-4; and Schmidt/Malone won 6-1.



FOOTBALL

Hearts’ frosh win big

Effingham’s freshmen built a 22-0 lead by halftime and cruised to a 38-14 victory at Paris Thursday.

Quarterback Joseph Nieman completed just 5 of 7 passes, but three of them went for touchodowns. Nieman finished with 127 passing yards.

Tucker Denton had TD receptions of 39 and 20 yards, and Drew Vasquez had a 27-yard touchdown catch and also scored on a  5-yard run. Denton finished with three catches for 80 yards.

Alex Howell scored Effingham’s other touchdown on a 58-yard interception return.

Nieman had a team-leading nine tackles, and Zach Koester had seven. Caleb Martin had  fumble recovery, and Howell and Turner Kronewitter had sacks.



VOLLEYBALL

Bulldogs top Shoes

Kassy Dammerman collected nine digs, and Haylee Mathis picked up five kils and five assists as St. Anthony notched a 25-20, 20-13 victory over Teutopolis Thursday.

Dakota Swingler had four kills, Morgan Breer four digs, and Katelynn Ruholl nine assists for the Wooden Shoes.

The Bulldogs also won the junior varsity match 27-25, 26-24. The St. Anthony freshmen won 25-13, 25-7, 20-25.



St. Anthony 25-25, Teutopolis 20-13

St. Anthony: Haylee Mathis 5K, 1B, 2D, 5A, 1 ace; Kassy Dammerman 9D; Lauren Schmidt 1B, 3 aces; Lauren Wendt 3K, 3B; Logan Braunecker 4K; Maggie Mumm 4K; Megan Nuxoll 1K, 4D, 2 aces; Megan Woltman 6A, 1 ace; Rachel Schultz 3D.

Teutopolis: Morgan Breer 4D, 1A, 1 ace; Natalie Summers 3K, 3D, 1 ace; Lucy Niemerg 2K, 3D, 1 ace; Katelyn Roholl 1K, 1D, 9A, 1 ace; Anna Grimes 1K, Dakota Swingler 4K, 1D; Michelle Schmidt 1K, 1B; Julie Wente 2K, 4D, 1B.



Hearts outlast Salem

Felicia Totten pcked up 12 kills and 14 assists, helping Effingham notch a 25-23, 22-25, 25-21 road victory against Apollo Conference foe Salem Thursday.

Kelli Utz had 13 digs, Kallie Koester had nine kills and seven digs, and Deedra Myers had eight digs and five kills for the Hearts.

Effingham also won the junior varsity contest 25-15, 22-25, 26-24. Katie Roberts had seven kills and four digs, Shelby Nunamaker had five kills, and Madeline Mitchell served eight aces for the Hearts.



Effingham 25-22-25, Salem 23-25-21

Effingham: Kourtney Utz 3K, 6D, 8A; Deedra Myers 5K, 8D, 1A, 2 aces; Bethany Donaldson 1D, 1A; Kalli Koester 9K, 7D, 3A; Holly White 2D, 1A; Kelli Utz 3K, 13D, 1 ace; Felicia Totten 1K, 12D, 14A; Shanon Daugherty 5K, 8D, 6A, 1B; Stephanie Robb 9K, 1D, 1 ace; Chandler Ramey 3K, 1B, 1A.



Stew-Stras 8-1 in NTC

The Comets improved to 11-5 overall and 8-1 in the National Trail Conference with a 25-13, 25-23 victory over Brownstown Thursday.

Lindsay Burton had nine kills, Kendall Knop had six kills and 20 dogs, and Kelsie Walden had 19 assists for Stew-Stras. Chelsey Lange had four kills, Tara Johnson nine digs and Michaela Walk seven assists for the Bombers (5-11 overall, 1-7 NTC).

Brownstown won the junior varsity match 25-19, 25-14.



Stew-Stras 25-25, Brownstown 13-23

Stew-Stras: Kelsie Walden 4D, 19A; Lindsay Burton 9K, 1D; Brittani Tabbert 3K, 9D, 2 aces; Kendall Knop 6K, 20D, 7 aces; Elizabeth Gratz 6D, 1 ace; Sarah Locke 8D; Morgan Stremming 1K; Clara Kaufman 2K, 2D.

Brownstown: Tara Johnson 3K, 9D, 1 ace; Shelby Rine 1 ace; Chelsey Lange 4K; Bethany Oberlink 3K, 5D; Danie Austin 2K; Michaela Walk 7A; Katie Kroll 5A; Brittany Kistler 8D.



Neoga tops Cowden

The Indians claimed a 25-15, 24-26, 25-18 victory over the Hornets Thursday.

Cowden-Herrick fell to 6-7 overall, 3-6 in the National Trail Conference.

Neoga also won the junior varsity contest 25-21, 22-25, 25-18.



Edwards Co. drops Newton

The Eagles dropped a 25-16, 25-19 match against Little Illini Conference foe Edwards County Thursday.

Keidrah Hardiek had five kills and nine digs for the Eagles.



Edwards County 25-25, Newton 16-19

Newton: Morgan Swingler 3D, 1 ace; Megan Jansen 3D, 7A; Gabby Zerrusen 5A; Keidrah Hardiek 9D, 5K, 1B; Andrea Cartright 3K, 5D, 1 ace; Sydney May 2K, 2B, 1A; Katie Mammoser 2K, 1D, 1B; Cassidy Probst 2K; Emilee Johnson 2D.



Cumberland tops Olney

Kassidy Hunt had 11 kills and six digs, and Kamisha Holsapple collected 18 assists for the Pirates in a  25-21, 25-20 victory over Olney Thursday.

The Pirates are 12-7 on the season, 3-2 in Little Illini Conference play.

Cumberland dropped the junior varsity match 25-19, 25-15.



Cumberland 25-25, Olney 21-20

Cumberland: Kamisha Holsapple 4D, 18A, 3 aces; Kassidy Hunt 11K, 6D, 2B, 2 aces; Melissa Myers 4K; Bridgett Nickles 2D, 1A; Jordan Plummer 1K, 6D, 2 aces; Micah Seibert 2K, 2D, 1 ace; Olivia Titus 1K, 4D, 1 ace.