In recent high school soccer contests:
Oak Hill 4
Woodrow Wilson 0
Oak Hill 4
The Oak Hill High boys soccer team continued to roll Thursday with a 4-0 defeat of Woodrow Wilson on the road.
Jacob Kemlock scored two goals and Andrew Hardman and Ian Hunt had one each to power the Red Devils.
Kemlock netted two goals while John Hardman and Joel Bracken both added one in Oak Hill’s win over PikeView earlier last week.
Assisting on Red Devil goals were Ian Hunt and John Hardman. Keeper Brett Garris made 10 saves for Oak Hill, which had 21 shots on goal.
The Red Devils also defeated Lincoln County 6-1 on Sept. 9.
Oak Hill (8-0-1) will visit PikeView Tuesday.
Midland Trail 4
James Monroe 3
Heaven Simms scored two goals and had one assist as the Midland Trail girls defeated James Monroe 4-3 Thursday.
Bri Underwood and Payton Fisher added one goal apiece, while Summer Whipkey and Kiera Lesher had one assist apiece for Trail.
Goalkeeper Jill Gray collected six saves in the win for the Patriots.
Midland Trail (5-1-1) travels to Pocahontas County Tuesday. The Patriots host Nicholas County Thursday.
The John A. Flournoy Youth Basketball League will hold a golf tournament fundraiser on Oct. 12 starting at 8:30 a.m, at Brier Patch Golf Links in Beckley.
The event will be a four-man scramble format with shotgun start.
Entry fee is $300 per team ($75/person).
Lunch will be provided at the course.
There will be prizes for hole-in-one, closest to pin, longest putt and longest drive, as well as numerous other prizes.
Hole sponsorships are available for $100.
The net proceeds benefit the various programs of the basketball league.
To register a team, sponsor a hole or obtain additional information, contact Matt Hanshew (304-640- 8875) or Tom Ewing (304-222-4079).
Coaches at the college, high school, junior varsity, junior high and recreational league (adult or youth) levels are urged to submit game results and updated statistics to The Fayette Tribune and The Montgomery Herald.
When turning in scores or statistics, coaches/statisticians are reminded to provide at least last names of participants; information will not be accepted with only the first name.
If they haven’t been, fall rosters and schedules should also be submitted.
Information can be sent a variety of ways: via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org; by U.S. mail at The Fayette Tribune, P.O. Box 139, Oak Hill, WV 25901; by fax at 304-469-4105; or in person at the offices at 417 W. Main Street in Oak Hill or 406 Lee Street in Montgomery.
Anyone with questions can call Steve Keenan at 304-469-3375.
The 15th annual Greenbrier Valley Toughman event will be held on Nov. 1 and 2 at the State Fair Grounds, inside the WV Building.
Fighter’s registrations are now being accepted for the single-elimination boxing tournament that is open to area men and women, ages 18 to 35, with no pro fights and limited amateur experience. All bouts are scheduled for three one-minute rounds, with all fighters wearing 16-ounce gloves, protective headgear and a mouth piece. All applicants must be in good physical condition. The weight divisions for both men and women are; lightweight (139 pounds and under), middleweight (140-159), light heavyweight (160-184) and heavyweight (185-400).
Up to $12,000 in prize monies will be awarded. The champion in each weight division will receive up to $1,000 and the runners-up will each receive up to $300, depending upon the number of fighters in each weight class. All champions will also be awarded a Toughman jacket. The runners-up will each receive a trophy or plaque.
Miss Ring Girl will receive $1,000, while second-, third- and fourth-place ring girls will receive $200 each, plus various prizes.
Prospective Toughman and Toughwoman fighters, as well as ring girls, may enter online at wvtoughman.com or by phone at 1-800-296-3897. There are no entry fees.
For additional information, visit wvtoughman.com.