METROPOLIS, Ill. -- Joey Eggemeyer completed the hat trick as St. Mary earned a 5-2 win over Massac County on Tuesday. Eggemeyer and Michael Lurtz scored first-half goals to give the Vikings a 2-0 lead at the break. In the second half, Daniel Willett scored on a penalty kick to make it 3-0. Eggemeyer would complete his game with two goals to make it 5-1. Massac County scored on two penalty kicks. (Names were not available for Massac's goals.)

SCORING

First half -- SM-Eggemeyer, SM-Lurtz (Eggemeyer).

Second half -- SM-Willett, M-PK, SM-Eggemeyer, SM-Eggemeyer, M-PK.

STATISTICS

Shots: Massac County 7, St. Mary 14.

Saves: Massac County 9, St. Mary 5.

Records: Massac County 3-10-3, St. Mary 8-7-1.

• PRINCETON -- Jackson Mundy made a natural hat trick that spread over both halves with three goals on top of an assist as Paducah Tilghman dominated at Caldwell County 9-0 in boys soccer on Tuesday night. Morgan Mayo made seven saves for the Tornado.

SCORING

First Half -- Jackson Mundy (Quinn Atnip), T-Mundy (Axel Loaiza).

Second Half -- T-Mundy, T-Jack Hutcheson (Lance Edmonds), T-Ivan Aburgo (Mundy), T-Nolan Waller (Aburgo), T-Loaiza (Sam Whelan), T-Whelan (Hutcheson), T-Edmonds (Waller).

STATISTICS

Saves: Tilghman 7; Caldwell 12

Shots: Tilghman 21, Caldwell 7.

Records: Tilghman 10-7-2, Caldwell 4-10-1.

• McCracken County controlled the ball during a physical game with Murray and emerged with a 2-0 boys soccer win Tuesday night at Mercy Health Field. Ian Leatherman gave the Mustangs the only goal they would need with a free kick in the first half. Brandon Dawson made 11 saves for the Tigers.

SCORING

First Half -- MC-Ian Leatherman.

Second Half -- MC-Dylan Deweese (Josh Kuntz).

STATISTICS

Saves: McCracken 5, Murray 11.

Shots: McCracken 11, Murray 5.

Records: McCracken 10-5-3, Murray 8-6-1.

• HENDERSON -- Bryson Penn broke a 2-all tie late in the match as Marshall County edged Henderson County 3-2 Tuesday. Neither team scored until the 46th minute, when Henderson County's Ashton Todd scored on a free kick. Marshall's Drake May (57th minute) and Penn (67th) then scored consecutive goals before the Colonels tied it up on a penalty kick in the 70th. The Marshals, who haven't lost since Aug. 17, improved to 15-2-3.

Girls

DRAFFENVILLE -- Carmen Gunn scored three goals and the defense posted another shutout in Marshall County's 5-0 win against McCracken County Tuesday. Gunn scored the only goal in the first half and then turned it up in the second to complete the hat trick. Jennifer Devore and Kelsey Crass also contributed goals. Goalkeeper Carlen Whirley recorded her 14th shutout of the season, which tied a school record. The Lady Marshals have allowed just one goal in their last five matches.

SCORING

First half -- Mar-Gunn (Tori Ford).

Second half -- Mar-Gunn (Chasse Clark), Mar-Devore (Whitley Watwood), Mar-Gunn. Mar-Crass.

STATISTICS

Shots: Marshall County 26, McCracken County 6.

Saves: Marshall County 12, McCracken County 10.

Records: Marshall County 14-2-4, McCracken County 8-9-2.

VOLLEYBALL

MURRAY -- Christian Fellowship played for far more that a Fourth District victory at Calloway County in Tuesday night volleyball. It was also the annual Volley for a Cure event.

During last year's edition of this event, Eagle player Kenzie Murdock left the game to go the emergency room. That night, she would be diagnosed with the cancer that took her life on July 28. Both schools honored Kenzie's mother, Maddie, with flowers before the match.

CFS pulled off a 25-17, 25-21 and 25-12 win over the Lakers (11-7). Emma Fletcher made 16 digs and 14 kills for the Eagles (19-3). Abigail Cima led with 15 kills, while Emma Alexander scored 17 assists.

• Paducah Tilghman (13-7) survived a back-and-forth match with Ballard Memorial at Otis Dinning Gymnasium 25-15, 16-25, 25-22, 22-25 and 15-13. For the Bombers (16-10), Izzy Myers had 13 kills 16 assists and 26 digs. Morgan Blankenship scored 20 assists and KyLee Bodell served eight aces. Alyssa Dome made 34 digs and Faye O'Brien added 26.

• In other court action, McCracken County (18-6) won its Second District showdown at Community Christian Academy (12-10) 25-8, 25-10 and 25-14. ... Hickman County (23-6) survived its First District home match with Carlisle County (11-16) 25-15, 25-13 and 25-21. ... Marshall County (11-12) was triumphant at Mayfield (12-14) 25-15, 25-22 and 25-11. ... Murray (7-1) took care of Fulton City (8-12) at home 25-10, 25-17 and 25-13. ... Fulton County (2-16) won at Lake County, Tennessee, 25-10, 25-21 and 25-19. ... Visiting Caldwell County (17-10) swept Hopkins County Central (8-12) 25-8, 25-7 and 25-12. ... Crittenden County (11-12) stopped Trigg County (1-20) 25-9, 25-13 and 25-18 in Marion.

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