GIRLS PREP SOCCER
Woodrow Wilson 1, Hurricane 0
Freshman Rebekah Cook scored the only goal of the contest on an assist from Elizabeth Gramling to lead Class AAA No. 15 Woodrow Wilson past Class AAA No. 4 Hurricane Thursday at the YMCA Paul Cline Memorial Youth Sports Complex.
Flying Eagles goalkeeper Emily Lane recorded six saves in the shut-out win.
Hurricane suffered only their second loss of the season.
Woodrow Wilson (12-7) begins sectional play Tuesday at Princeton.
Shady Spring 5, PikeView 0
GARDNER — Junior Lyndsey Thompson scored three goals and added one assist to lead Shady Spring past PikeView Thursday.
Jade Oar and Brianna Bevil also scored one goal apiece for the Tigers.
Shady Spring goalkeeper Kristian Deemer had five saves to preserve the shut-out.
PikeView (13-4-2) plays Mingo Central Tuesday in sectional play at East River at 7 p.m.
Wyoming East 6, Bluefield 4
BLUEFIELD — Hope McNeely scored four goals and had one assist to lead Wyoming East past Bluefield Thursday.
Samantha England and Savannah Lusk added one goal apiece, while Emily Hendrick had one assist for the Warriors.
Wyoming East goalkeeper Krista Williams had 12 saves.
Allison Shaw had two goals to lead Bluefield.
Abby Atwell and Aramus Wimmer scored one goal apiece for the Beavers.
The two teams will meet again in the opening round of the sectional next week.
BOYS PREP SOCCER
PikeView 1, Shady Spring 0
Quinton Brown scored an unassisted goal and goalkeeper Austin Cordell recorded three saves to lead PikeView past Shady Spring Thursday.
Shady Spring goalkeeper Jonathan Beckett had six saves.
PikeView (10-6-2) plays Mingo Central Tuesday in sectional play at East River at 5 p.m.
MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Park 12, Trap Hill 8
Meeko Harris connected on two touchdown passes (35, 67) to lead Park past previously unbeaten Trap Hill (7-1) Thursday.
Harris tossed scoring strikes to Peyton Thomas and Isaiah Francis.
Chase Mastrippolito scored on a four-yard run for Trap Hill and Dylan Basham converted the two-point conversion.
Peyton Thomas preserved the win for the Roadrunners when he intercepted a pass with 35 seconds remaining and the ball inside the Park 20 yard line.
Park (4-2) travels to Braxton County next Thursday.
Summers County 28, Shady Spring 0
The Summers County Bobcats scored on four touchdown runs to roll past Shady Spring Thursday in Shady Spring.
Dakota Thomas (63), Ben Neal (42), C.J. Shrewsberry (12) and Arizona Fox (78) each scored one touchdown apiece for Summers County.
Neal added a two-point conversion, while Nathan Grimmett rushed for 70 yards and also scored on a two-point conversion.
Summers County (3-4) travels to Peterstown next Thursday.
GIRLS PREP SOCCER
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