The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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April 22, 2014

Local roundup: Big day for Hedinger as Warriors drill Bobcats

HINTON — Christian Hedinger smacked a home run, two doubles, drove in four runs and set two school records to lead Wyoming East past Summers County Monday 19-3 in five innings.

Hedinger, who was also the winning pitcher, broke the all-time hits record of 123 previously held by Jason Spears, and also broke the school record for career RBIs previously held by Cory Willard by becoming the first Warriors player to drive in over 100 runs in a career.

Austin Canada, Josh Zeboskey and Tristen Toler also had big nights driving in three runs apiece for the Warriors.

Wyoming East (12-3) hosts Oak Hill today.

WE:    774    10        —    19 14 4

SC:    210    00        —    3 5 3

WE: Christian Hedinger, David Carte (5) and David Powers, SC: Trevor Anderson, Timmy Kitchen (2), H. Grimmett (4) and B.J. Shrewsbury WP — Hedinger. LP — Anderson. Hitting — WE: Austin Canada 2-2 (3 RBI), Christian Hedinger 3-4 (2 2B, HR, 4 RBI), Josh Zeboskey 1-3 (3B, 3 RBI), Jaquan Ayers 2-3 (RBI), Hunter Simmons 1-3, Tristen Toler 4-4 (3 RBI), John Culicerto 1-1, J.R. Haynes (2 RBI), SC: Austin Cook 1-3, Jacob Lively 1-3, Josh Smith 1-2, Greg Shrewsbury 1-2, Tre Bower 1-2.

Records: Wyoming East 12-3

Woodrow Wilson 18, Liberty 3

(5 innings)

Class AAA No. 8 Woodrow Wilson pounded out 13 hits en route to an 18-3 home win against the Liberty Raiders Monday.

Brady Knapp drilled two doubles and had two RBIs, Josh Rakes had a double and two RBIs and Chris Metrick smacked a double and drove in four runs to lead the Flying Eagles.

Brandon Chandler added two RBIs and Jacoby Webb scored four times for Beckley.

Josh Browning led the Raiders with two RBIs and Jordan Hosaflook had two hits.

Woodrow Wilson (10-3) hosts George Washington Wednesday.


L:    030    00        —    3 5 5

WW:    415    8x    x    —    18 13 0

L: Jordan Hosaflook, Seth Prince (4), Colton Taylor and Jake Lacek, WW: Brady Knapp and Dylan Foster. WP — Knapp. LP — Hosaflook. Hitting — L: Jordan Hosaflook 2-2, Josh Browning 1-2 (2 RBI), WW: Jacoby Webb 2-3 (RBI, 4 R), Brandon Chandler 2-3 (2 RBI), Chris Metrick 2-3 (2B, 4 RBI), Josh Rakes 2-2 (2B, 2 RBI), Brady Knapp 2-3 (2 2B, 2 RBI).

Records: Woodrow Wilson (10-3).

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