In recent high school games:
Nicholas County 4
Behind the pitching of Trey Phares, Fayetteville dispatched Nicholas County in Coppinger Tournament baseball action Tuesday night,
Jake Holland went 2-for-4 and Will Dooley was 1-for-3 with a pair of RBIs for the Pirates.
Grizzly Bryce Hunter went 2-for-3.
Fayetteville (12-11) plays at Van at 6 p.m. Friday before facing Richlands, Va. in the Coppinger Tournament semifinals at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, April 27.
Fayetteville 7, Nicholas Co. 4
F: 001 220 2 — 7 9 2
NC: 002 001 1 — 4 8 3
F: Trey Phares, Aaron Krise (5) and Krise, Jake Cogar (5) NC: Eric Amick (5), Bryce Hunter and Bitras. WP — Phares. LP — Amick. Hitting — F: Jake Holland 2-4, Phares 1-4, Cogar 1-3 (2 RBI), Will Dooley 1-3 (2 RBI), Josh Long 1-3 (RBI), NC: Shagrave 2-4, Eric Amick 1-2, Bryce Hunter 2-3, Matt Doddrell 1-3.
Records: Fayetteville 12-11.
Oak Hill 10
Ciera Workman allowed just two hits and one run to lead the Oak Hill girls past Bluefield Tuesday. Workman also added two hits in the win.
Tempest Bickford had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI, while Mariah Bragg and Hannah Johnson added two hits apiece for Oak Hill (7-8).
Lakyn Morris and Melinda Lawson had one hit apiece for Bluefield.
Oak Hill entertains PikeView at 5:30 p.m. today.
Oak Hill 10, Bluefield 1
B: 100 00 — 1 2 0
OH: 433 0x — 10 14 2
B: Caitlyn Lucado and Lakeyn Morris, OH: Ciera Workman and Faith Carr, Hannah Johnson (2). WP — Workman. LP — Lucado. Hitting — B: Lakeyn Morris 1-2, Melinda Lawson 1-3 (R), OH: Tempest Bickford 2-2 (3B, RBI), Mariah Bragg 2-3 (RBI), Hannah Johnson 2-2, Workman 2-2.
Records: Oak Hill (7-8).
G. West 11
Meadow Bridge 0
Cavalier pitchers combined on a two-hit shutout, while Kaleb Bolen and Brent Hellmes each smacked a double and drove in two runs to lead Greenbrier West past visiting Meadow Bridge Tuesday.
Chase McClung added two hits and Dustin Yoakum scored two runs for the Cavaliers (9-7).
Shane Harless and Jennings Berry each had one hit for Meadow Bridge.
G. West 11, Meadow Bridge 0
MB: 000 00 — 0 2 6
GW: 452 0x — 11 7 1
MB: Marvin Bragg and Jones, GW: Chase McClung, Jared Jennings (3), Nick Boggess (5) and Nick Boggess, Jared Jennings (5). WP — McClung. LP — Bragg. Hitting — MB: Shane Harless 1-2, Jennings Berry 1-2, GW: Chase McClung 2-3, Kaleb Hamrick 1-2 (2 RBI, 2B), Brent Hellmes 1-3 (2 RBI, 2B), Chase Harless 1-1, Jacob Burke 1-3 (RBI), Dustin Yoakum 1-2 (2 R).
Records: Greenbrier West (9-7).
Wyoming East 12
The Warriors scored six runs in the bottom of the fourth and added three more runs in the bottom of the sixth to defeat Fayetteville 12-6 Monday.
David Powers drove in three runs, while Christian Hedinger and Hunter Simmons each had a double and two RBIs for East.
Zach Whitten added two hits and an RBI for the Warriors (12-4).
Aaron Krise led the Pirates with three hits, including a home run, a double and two RBIs. Brian Gore added three hits and Trey Phares had two hits, including a double, for Fayetteville.
Wyoming East 12, Fayetteville 6
F: 211 200 0 — 6 11 2
WE: 300 603 x — 12 7 3
F: Jake Holland, Trey Phares (5) and Jake Cogar , WE: Christian Hedinger, Chase Pressley (4), Austin Canada (5) and Zach Whitten. WP — Holland. LP — Pressley. Hitting — F: Aaron Krise 3-4 (2B, HR, 2 RBI), Holland 1-3 (RBI), Brian Gore 3-4 (RBI), Phares 2-3 (2B, RBI), Cogar 1-4, Jake Alton 1-4 (2B), WE: Zach Whitten 2-3 (RBI), Christian Hedinger 1-3 (2B, 2 RBI), Brian Lusk 1-3, David Powers 1-4 (3 RBI), Hunter Simmons 2-4 (2B, 2 RBI).
Records: Wyoming East (12-4).
CL Christian 4
Raeshawn Breckenridge blasted two home runs and drove in six runs to lead the Greyhounds past Cross Lanes Christian Monday.
Cody Winter also hit a round-tripper and drove in two runs for Valley (15-5), while Mark Hess and Todd Coleman added two hits and two RBIs apiece.
Chad Williams led Cross Lanes Christian with a home run and two RBIs.
Valley hosts Sherman at 5 p.m. today.
Valley 14, CL Christian 4
V: 361 103 — 14 12 2
CL: 100 021 — 4 5 3
V: John Riddle and Cody Winter, CL: Lee McQuain, Christian Kennedy (2), Chad Williams (4) and Josh Dolin. WP — Riddle. LP — McQuain. Hitting — V: Raeshawn Breckenridge 2-4 (2 HR, 6 RBI), Winter 3-3 (HR, 2 RBI), Mark Hess 2-4 (2 RBI), Todd Coleman 2-4 (2 RBI), Dante Wilkerson 1-3 (RBI), Arik McGinnis 1-3 (RBI), CL: Chad Williams 2-2 (HR, 2 RBI), Ethan Stepp 1-3 (RBI).
Records: Valley (15-5).
Oak Hill 5
The Flying Eagle boys took full advantage of their eight hits to push across 10 runs and defeat the visiting Oak Hill Red Devils last Thursday.
Logan Wriston had two hits and drove in two runs, while Brent Osborne also drove in two runs for Woodrow Wilson.
Daniel Pritt had three hits and two RBIs for Oak Hill (6-11). Wes Stowers and Rick Epperly added two hits each for the Red Devils.
Oak Hill hosts Midland Trail at 10:30 a.m. today, then faces Man and Fayetteville on Saturday.
Woodrow Wilson 10, Oak Hill 5
OH: 003 200 0 — 5 11 2
WW: 201 250 x — 10 8 1
OH: Daniel Pritt, Ray Sullivan (3), Wes Stowers (5) and Josh Lokant, WW: Hunter Greco, Logan Wriston (7) and Daniel Rose. WP — Greco. LP — Pritt. Hitting — OH: Stowers 2-4, Pritt 3-4 (2 RBI), Ricky Epperly 2-4, WW: Logan Wriston 2-3 (2 RBI), Brent Osborne 1-3 (2 RBI).
Records: Woodrow Wilson (8-8); Oak Hill (6-11).
Oak Hill 8
The Flying Eagle girls pushed across the decisive four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to defeat Oak Hill Thursday.
Cara MacAulay was the winning pitcher and had three hits, while Adrienne Mullins smacked a home run and had two RBIs for Woodrow Wilson.
Emily Lane and Kayla Lawson added two hits apiece for the Lady Flying Eagles.
Morgan Harrah had three hits for Oak Hill.
Woodrow Wilson 12, Oak Hill 8
OH: 201 004 1 — 8 9 2
WW: 331 014 x — 12 13 3
OH: Morgan Harrah, Ciera Workman and Hannah Johnson, WW: Cara MacAulay and Adrienne Mullins. WP — MacAulay. LP — Workman. Hitting — OH: M. Harrah 3-4, Hannah Powers 2-4, WW: Cara MacAulay 3-4, Adrienne Mullins 2-4 (HR, 2 RBI), Emily Lane 2-3, Kayla Lawson 2-5, Courtney Logowski 1-3 (2B), Maggie Cook 1-2, Katie Bolen 1-3.
Meadow Bridge 1
Montcalm rolled up 16 runs on five hits Monday to cruise past Meadow Bridge.
John Casto and Steven Whittaker recorded five strikeouts each in the win for Montcalm.
Casto, Matt Pennington, Josh Clower and Dakota Lanter had one hit apiece for the Generals.
Zack Wingerd and Shane Harless had two hits apiece for the Wildcats.
Montcalm 16, Meadow Bridge 1
MB: 001 00 — 1 4 2
M: 049 3x — 16 5 1
MB: Jimmy Richmond, Alley (3) and Farr, M: John Casto, Steven Whittaker (4) and Tyler Poe. WP — Casto. LP — Richmond.
Records: Montcalm (6-8).
Summers Co. 20
Meadow Bridge 7
Drae Hutchens and Austin Cook each had two hits and three RBIs for the Bobcats last Wednesday.
Eric Lindsey and Dustin Smith added two hits apiece for Summers County, while Jaquan Ayers and Matt Ryan each had two RBIs.
Zack Wingerd drove in two runs for Meadow Bridge.
Summers 20, Meadow Bridge 7
MB: 006 01 — 7 6 1
SC: 3160 1X — 20 15 1
MB: Harless, Alley (2) and Farr, SC: Trevor Anderson, Josh Smith (4) and Dustin Smith. WP — Anderson. LP — Harless. Hitting — MB: Zack Wingerd 1-2 (2 RBI), SC: Eric Lindsey 2-3 (RBI), Jaquan Ayers 1-2 (2 RBI), Matt Ryan 1-4 (2 RBI), Drae Hutchens 2-3 (3 RBI), Austin Cook 2-2 (3 RBI), David Willey 1-3 (RBI), Jacob Lively 1-3 (RBI), Dustin Smith 2-2 (2 RBI), Greg Shrewsbury 1-2 (RBI), Tre Bower 1-1 (RBI).
Thursday, April 25, 2013
In recent high school games:
Basketball season under way
The 2013-14 girls high school basketball season got under way earlier this week, and the boys are setting their sights on games beginning next week.
Book chronicles two state NFL greats
Author Seseen Francis has chronicled the early years of football legends Sam Huff and Frank “Gunner” Gatski in his first published novel, “Sam Huff and the Gunner.”
Baseball clinics set for Dec. 8
The Concord University baseball team will hold offensive and pitching and catching clinics on Dec. 8 at the Carter Center.
Tech men drop 77-70 verdict to Shawnee State
The WVU Tech men’s basketball team dropped a 77-70 decision at home Monday to Shawnee State University.
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GBC’s Lambert on all-state volleyball first team
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Kemlock is first-team all-stater
Oak Hill’s high-powered soccer offense had a lot going for it.
WVU Tech men go 2-1 in N.C. hoops event
The WVU Tech men’s basketball team finished 2-1 at the Barber Scotia Shootout in Concord, N.C. after being edged by Washington Adventist University 78-72 Sunday.
Shady’s Thompson leads AAA girls
Lyndsey Thompson can score.
That’s an understatement.
Whipkey is first-team all-stater
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