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April 15, 2014

Hysell throws no-hitter as Oak Hill beats Nicholas


SUMMERSVILLE — WE:    100    (11)1    —        13 13 0

MV:    011    00        —    2 5 5

WE: David Carte, Jaquan Ayers (5) and David Powers, Coty Bishop (4), MV: J. B. Blackburn, S. Brown (4) and Maurice Bonds. WP — Carte. LP — Blackburn. Hitting — WE: Austin Canada 1-4, Christian Hedinger 1-3, Josh Zebosky 2-4 (2B, RBI), Jaquan Ayers 2-3 (2 RBI), John Culicerto 2-3 (2B, RBI), Tristen Toler 2-3 (RBI), David Carte 2-4 (2 RBI), Doug Mills 1-1 (2B)), MV: Channing Vineyards 2-3, Maurice Bonds 1-2 (2B), Muncy 1-2, Marrs 1-2 (RBI).

Records: WE (9-2)

Valley 16, Tug Valley 6 (5 innings)

SMITHERS — Valley scored eight runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to break the game open and defeat Tug Valley 16-6 in five innings.

Druw Bowen led the ’Hounds with a grand slam and five RBIs, and John Riddle added a double and two RBIs.

Joseph Eckert drove in two runs, while Tyler Smith and Tyler Price had one RBI apiece for Valley.

Ethan Hager led Tug Valley with a double and two RBIs.

Valley (7-3) hosts Sherman today.

TV:    211    20        —    6 5 3

V:    103    48        —    16 11 2

TV: Ethan Hager, Josh Spry (3), Jacob Newsome (4) and Jacob Newsome, Tyler Estep (4), V: Ethan Lopetrone and Casey Stewart. WP — Lopetrone. LP — Spry. Hitting — TV: David Runyon 2-3 (RBI), Ethan Hager 1-3 (2B, 2 RBI), V: Tyler Smith 1-1 (RBI), Raeshawn Breckenridge 2-2, Druw Bowen 1-3 (Grand Slam, 5 RBI), John Riddle 2-4 (2B, 2 RBI), Joseph Eckert 2-4 (2 RBI), Tyler Price (RBI).

Records: V: 7-3.

Summers County 19, LIberty 11

HINTON — Eleven runs by Liberty was not enough Monday as Summers County crossed the plate 19 times to defeat its sectional rival in a slugfest.

Greg Shrewsbury blasted a home run, a double and had two RBIs, while T.J. Shrewsbury drove in four runs for the Bobcats.

Josh Smith and Timmy Kitchen added three RBIs apiece for Summers (6-2).

Liberty (4-5) was led by Jake Lacek with a home run and four RBIs, while Dylan Keel drove in three runs and Zach Martin had a solo blast.

Summers County (6-2) hosts James Monroe today.

L:    333    110    0    —    11 13 3

SC:    910    441    x    —    19 17 2

L: Jordan Atkins, Colton Taylor (5), Jordan Hosaflook and Jake Lacek; SC: Drae Hutchens, Brett Miller (3), Trevor Anderson (6) and Matt Ryan, C.J. Shrewsbury (1). WP — Hutchens LP — Atkins. Hitting — L: Dakota Boulet 1-3 (2B, RBI), Jake Lacek 2-3 (HR, 4 RBI), Dylan Keel 3-4 (3 RBI), Meechie Brown 2-4 (2B), Jordan Hosaflook 1-3, Seth Prince 3-5 (2 RBI), Zach Martin 1-3 (HR, RBI). SC: Erik Lindsey 3-5 (2B, 2 RBI), T.J. Shrewsbury 1-5 (2B, 4 RBI), Jacob Lively 1-4 (2 RBI), Drae Hutchens 2-5 (RBI), Greg Shrewsbury 2-4 (2B, HR, 2 RBI), Aaron Gunnoe 2-5, Timmy Kitchen 2-4 (3 RBI), Josh Smith 3-4 (3 RBI), Austin Cook 1-3 (2 RBI).

Records: SC: 6-2; L: 4-5.

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