Devrin Weathers bunts in Webb City’s home game Thursday against Branson.
Cardinals improve to 15-5, 4-2 COC
Treghan Parker hits a 3-RBI triple.
Eli Goddard comes off the mound on this pitch to throw out a runner.
Conference showdown at 16‑3 Nixa Thursday
Webb City baseball picked up two more Central Ozark Conference wins this week – 11-2 at home Thursday against Branson and 11-5 at Carl Junction Tuesday. Click here to read Jason Peake’s game story at SOMO Sports.
In between those two games, the Cardinals traveled to Columbia for two Saturday games. They lost both games by a run – 5-4 against Frances Howell and 6-5 against Rock Bridge.
After going to Nixa, Thursday, the Cardinals will go on the road again Saturday to play Marshfield and St. Genevieve. There will be two home games next week, Tuesday against Neosho and Thursday against Republic.
The 14-0-1 JV squad, which defeated Carl Junction 11-0, travels to Kickapoo Thursday and will entertain Grove Saturday.
Anea Bemo (red headband), Cree Vaden and Mileah Metcalf (3) get into scoring position against Carl Junction Tuesday.
Soccer homestand continues Thursday against Nixa
Haven Stanley scored late Tuesday to give Webb City (15-2) a 1-0 win over Carl Junction (10-4) at Cardinal Stadium.
Webb City defeated Logan-Rogersville 4-1 Monday and will take on Nixa (10-4), again at home on Thursday. The Cardinals will continue conference play next week, at Neosho Tuesday and at Republic Thursday.
Webb City invitational track meet on tap for Friday
Webb City track teams are coming off a big meet at Southwest Baptist University as they prepare to host their own event Friday.
The boys team finished a close second to Waynesville at Bolivar. Winning first place were: Luke Brumit, high jump; Mekhi Garrard, triple jump; Pryce Mason, pole vault, and Roman Borboa, 1600.
Coach Dustin Miller cites other performances by the fourth-place 4×200 relay team, Caleb Cook, fifth in the 300 high hurdles; Matthew McDaniel, fifth in high jump; Zetthew Meister, second in discus; Brumit, third in javelin, and Borboa third in the 800.
Emily Beres had the state-leading throw in the shot put as she won first place. Haiden Berry was second in javelin. Abi Street finised seventh in the 1600 and fifth in the 3200. Ripley Shanks took fifth in pole vault. Dawsyn Decker took seventh in javelin. And Riley Hawkins (even feeling sick) took fifth in the 1600.