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Armendano powers Mount Mercy spikers

MARSHALL, Mo. - Julian Armendano delivered 18 kills Saturday as the  Mount Mercy men's volleyball team swept Missouri Valley, 25-22, 25-15,  27-25, in a Heart of America Conference match.

The Mustangs have captured 11 straight contests, raising their records  to 16-5 overall and 9-3 in the conference, good for second place.

Nikola Stoimenov contributed nine kills. Ben Ruggles had 33 assists.  Tiago Almeida made 12 digs. Strahil Svilenski blocked six shots.

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KCC baseball sweeps Lewis & Clark

GODFREY, Ill. - The Kirkwood baseball team broke into the victory  column Saturday by sweeping a doubleheader from Lewis and Clark, 9-2  and 14-2.

The twin-killing lifted the Eagles to 2-4 for the campaign.

Brook Heinen went 4-for-5 with a homer and three RBIs in the 9-2  victory in the opener. He also scored twice. Josh Fitzgerald was  3-for-5 with two triples in the leadoff spot and scored three times.

Kyle Moeder belted a home run and drove in two runs in Game 1. Evan  Paulus also had two RBIs.

Luke Llewellyn pitched six strong innings for the victory. He was  touched for two runs, but both of them were unearned. He struck out 12  batters and walked four.

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No. 10 KCC softball splits twinbill

MIAMI, Okla. - The 10th-ranked Kirkwood softball split a doubleheader  Saturday with Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Oklahoma.

The Eagles dropped the opener, 11-3, in five innings, but responded  with a 14-6 victory in the nightcap in five innings.

The split left Kirkwood at 8-3 for the campaign. Northeastern Oklahoma  A&M is 8-4.

London Jackson hit a home run and drove in all three runs for Kirkwood  in the 11-3 loss in Game 1. Shelby Hulsebus went 2-for-3.

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Bruner belts 2 homers as Mustangs sweep

WICHITA, Kan. - Payton Bruner belted a pair of home runs Friday to  help the Mount Mercy softball team capture two games at the Friends  Tournament in Kansas.

Bruner connected for a solo homer in the first game and scored twice  as the Mustangs topped Bethel, 12-4, in six innings with a 14-hit  attack.

Bruner also socked a home run in the second game and drove in three  runs as the Mustangs bopped Tabor, 11-3, with another 14-hit attack.

The sweep lifted Mount Mercy to 7-3 for the campaign.

Hannah Mausser and Jaicee Lyons both went 3-for-4 with two RBIs in the  12-4 triumph over Bethel. Jess Heick and Emily Oler had two hits. Oler  drove in four runs and Heick had two RBIs. Heick, Mausser and Morgan  Braughton scored twice. Madelyn Irwin pitched a complete game for the  victory.

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No. 10 Eagles split in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The 10th-ranked Kirkwood softball team split a  doubleheader with Kansas City Community College Friday.

Isabelle True pitched a strong game as the Eagles topped Kansas City,  10-2, in the opener. She allowed only two earned runs on five hits.

Sydney Albaugh went 2-for-3 with a triple and four RBIs in the  victory. Courtney Harris was 3-for-3, scored twice and had three  stolen bases. Shelby Hulsebus was 3-for-4 in the leadoff spot and  scored two runs. Autum Barthelman was 2-for-4 and scored twice. Angie  Gorkow had two RBIs.

Gorkow and Albaugh had RBIs for Kirkwood in a 6-3 loss in the nightcap.

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