Top performers

Local players who did well
Sunday, October 10, 2004 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 4:31 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Kirsten Seaberg, Hickman: Playing in her last home match, the senior tennis player teamed with Amy Trae to win the deciding doubles match in a 5-4 victory against Hannibal on Monday.

Jennifer Bieberly, Hickman: The sophomore first baseman scored the Kewpies only run in a 4-1 loss to Eugene on Monday. After a single to left rolled beneath the glove of Eugene’s left fielder, Bieberly rounded the bases and scored on the play.

Payge Pleimann, Hickman: The senior led her team to the state tournament, shooting a 78 at the Class 2 District 4 Golf Tournament Monday at L.A. Nickell Golf Course.

Lindsay Martin, Rock Bridge: The junior qualified for the state golf tournament for the second time with an 85.

Alissa Winner, Rock Bridge: The freshman, has been the Bruins’ pivotal No. 7 tennis player, filling in when needed. Playing varsity No. 2 doubles against Hickman Tuesday, Winner and Megan Chann won 6-1, 6-0.

Matt Spainhour, Rock Bridge: The junior forward scored a goal in a 2-0 soccer victory against Helias.

Clay Stansberry, Columbia College: The freshman scored two goals for the Cougars on Thursday in Walnut Ridge, Ark. The soccer team beat Williams Baptist 8-1.

Doris Wefwafwa, Columbia College: The sophomore led the Cougars to victory against William Woods in Fulton on Wednesday. She had a total of 15 kills and 19 digs for the team. The Cougars won 30-22, 30-15, and 30-25.

Heather McDaniel, Rock Bridge: The junior led the Bruins with four aces and was tied for second with six digs in the their victory against Osage 25-16, 25-27, 25-15. McDaniel’s serving accounted for the games two biggest rallies. In the first game, McDaniel started serving at 8-11 and ended at 18-11. In the second game, McDaniel brought them back from 13-21 to 21-21.

Ashley Gibbs, MU: The senior continued to lead MU’s soccer defense with another outstanding game on Friday against Kansas. She stopped many of the Jayhawks’ offensive attacks and helped keep the Tigers in the game.

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