LOCAL ROUNDUP: Battle boys soccer blanks Boonville behind team effort

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Battle boys soccer blanks Boonville

Battle boys soccer took down Boonville 5-0 on the high school’s teacher appreciation night. Go Suan Muang had two goals, while Charbel Nabhan, Pablo Mendoza and Chance McDonnell scored once each.

The Spartans will compete again Friday in the Parkview Tournament.

MU women’s golf led by Yuen, Hendrickson

The Missouri women’s golf team saw top-25 finishes from Jessica Yuen and Cayce Hendrickson in its final day at the Minnesota Invitational. The Tigers placed 10th out of 15 teams in their season-opening tournament.

The team played the final 18 holes Tuesday, finishing nine over par with a team score of 297. In the overall tournament, which featured 54 holes, Missouri recorded a 22-over-par score of 886 — just six shots out of fifth place.

Junior Jessica Yuen shot a team-best two-under-par 70 on Tuesday, tallying three birdies to counter one bogey. In her 17th-place overall finish, Yuen notched her 15th top-20 showing in 22 career starts under head coach Stephanie Priesmeyer.

Cayce Hendrickson notched the fourth top-25 finish of her career with a three-round 221 total. The senior shot a three-over-par 75 Tuesday, recording three birdies on the round. Hendrickson finished the invitational tied for 22nd individually.

Upperclassmen Amanda Kim, Emma Allen and Cherise Otter rounded out the Missouri performers with overall scores of 225, 226 and 232, respectively.

The Tigers will compete again Sept. 21-23 at the Mason Rudolph Championship in Franklin, Tennessee. They will also host the annual Johnie Imes Invitational from Oct. 1-3 at the Club at Old Hawthorne.

Tolton golf tops Notre Dame, Duchesne

Led by Sidney Fessler and Jayden Berrey, Tolton girls golf took first place in their matchup against Notre Dame and Duchesne on Tuesday in St. Louis. Fessler and Berrey finished as co-medalists, each shooting 44 on the day.

The Blazers posted a team score of 185, while Notre Dame and Duchesene recorded scores of 202 and 209, respectively. Tolton will compete against St. Dominic and Harrisburg at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Club at Old Hawthorne.

Rock Bridge volleyball can’t catch Hermann

Rock Bridge girls volleyball fell to Hermann on the road Tuesday night. The Bruins played a tight first set but were unable to bounce back from the deficit, falling by a score of 24-26, 16-25.

Emma Wilson led the Bruins on offense with seven kills, while Kennedy Robbins and Cassie Gray tallied two aces apiece. Gray captured four total service points and recorded eight digs. Robbins and Abby Green each posted two blocks, and Ava Alexander had five assists.

The Bruins will play at Smith-Cotton at 5 p.m. Thursday.

Tolton girls tennis downed by Moberly

Tolton girls tennis fell 8-1 to Moberly on Tuesday. Ava Crespo picked up Tolton’s only win of the day, triumping 8-6 at the No. 6 singles position.

The Trailblazers will be back at home at 4 p.m. Thursday against St. Dominic.

—Missourian staff

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