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April 9, 2013

Local Roundup

GLEN DANIEL — Dylan Keel hit a home run and Joey Lacek went 3-for-4 as Liberty beat Fayetteville 6-3 Monday.

Dakota Boulet drove in two runs, while Austin Lyons and Meechie Brown added two hits each.

Jake Cogar had two RBIs and Brian Gore went 2-for-3 for Fayetteville (7-6).

Liberty (8-1) will host Richwood at 5:30 p.m. today, while the Pirates go to Independence, also at 5:30 p.m.

F:    000    003    0    —    3 7 1

L:    200    112    x    —    6 10 3

F: Jake Holland, Aaron Krise (3) and Krise, Holland (3), L: Jordan Atkins and Trevor Quarles. WP — Atkins. LP — Holland. Hitting — F: Krise 1-2, Holland 1-4 (run), Brian Gore 2-3 (run), Jake Cogar 1-3 (run, 2 rbi), Troy Farrell 1-3, Trey Phares 1-3 (2b), L: Austin Lyons 2-4 (run, rbi), Dakota Boulet 1-4 (run, 2 rbi, 2b), Joey Lacek 3-4 (run), Matthew Bailey 1-4, Meechie Brown 2-3 (2 runs, 2b), Dylan Keel 2-3 (hr, run, 2 rbi).

Records: F: 7-6; L: 8-1.

Oak Hill 4, Woodrow Wilson 3

(8 innings)

OAK HILL — Wes Stowers had three hits and the game-winning RBI to lead Oak Hill.

Daniel Pritt added two hits and a RBI for Oak Hill.

Ray Sullivan pitched the eighth inning to get the win after Chris Hysell threw seven solid innings.

Logan Wriston smacked two doubles and drove in two runs and Hunter Greco had two hits for the Flying Eagles.

Oak Hill (4-6) plays at South Charleston at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

Oak Hill 4, Woodrow Wilson 3

WW:    100    011    00    —    3 8 2

OH:    001    02    001    —    4 9 2

WW: Brandon Chandler, Hunter Greco (5), Logan Wriston (6) and Dakota Bowyer, OH: Chris Hysell, Ray Sullivan (8) and Josh Lokant. WP — Sullivan. LP — Wriston. Hitting — WW: Logan Wriston 3-4 (2 2B, 2 RBI), Hunter Greco 2-4, OH: Wes Stowers 3-4 (RBI), Daniel Pritt 2-4 (RBI).

Records: Oak Hill (4-6)

Wyoming East 18, Westside 1

(5 innings)

NEW RICHMOND — Wyoming East pounded out 14 hits in rolling past county rival Westside.

Christian Hedinger had three hits and drove in four runs, while Austin Canada smacked a double and drove in three runs for the Warriors.

Zach Whitten added two hits and an RBI and Brian Lusk had a hit and two RBIs.

Derek Thornton was the winning pitcher, combining with Jonathan Cullicerto to give up just two hits.

Dakota Bailey accounted for the lone Renegade run with a home run in the second inning.

Wyoming East (5-3) travels to Mount View today.

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