The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

March 23, 2013

Local Roundup

LINDSIDE — Tanner Muovich and Dean Milam combined for 11 strikeouts and limited James Monroe to just five hits as Independence defeated the Mavericks 3-1 Friday.

Wyatt Adkins led the Patriot hitters with three hits, including a double, and drove in two runs.

Jeremy McGinnis and Brian Sexton added two hits apiece.

Cory Lilly, Reed McNeer and Caleb Brown each had one hit for the Mavericks.

Independence (2-0) hosts Summers County Monday.

Independence 3, James Monroe 1

I:    002    001    0    —    3 9 1

JM:    000    010    0    —    1 5 3

I: Tanner Muovich, Dean Milam (6) and Jeremy McGinnis, JM: Caleb Brown, Reed McNeer (4) and Ryan Page. WP — Muovich. LP — Brown. Hitting — I: Wyatt Adkins 3-4 (2B, 2 RBI), McGinnis 2-3, Brian Sexton 2-3, JM: Cory Lilly 1-3 (2B), McNeer 1-3 (2B), Caleb Brown 1-3 (RBI).

Records: Independence (2-0), James Monroe (1-1).

Fayetteville 7, Summers County 6

FAYETTEVILLE — Will Dooley smacked a home run and drove in three runs to lead Fayetteville past Summers County Friday.

Jake Cogar added two hits and Aaron Krise pitched a complete game, giving up just five hits to get the win for Fayetteville.

Aaron Gunnoe hit a home run and drove in two runs to lead the Bobcats, while Jaquan Ayers added two hits.

Fayetteville (2-2) hosts Meadow Bridge today in a doubleheader starting at 11 a.m.

Fayetteville 7, Summers County 6

SC:    300    300    1    —    6 5 3

F:    011    410    x    —    7 10 5

SC: Trevor Anderson, Drew Hutchens (4) and Matt Ryan, F: Aaron Krise and Jake Cogar. WP — Krise. LP — Hutchens. Hitting — SC: Aaron Gunnoe 2-3 (HR, 2 RBI), Jaquan Ayers 2-4, F: Will Dooley 2-2 (HR, 3 RBI), James Krise 1-2, Jake Cogar 2-3.

Records: Fayetteville (2-2).


Summers County 8, Bluefield 0

HINTON— Summers County’s Katie Walker pitched a six-inning no-hitter to help the Lady Bobcats defeat Bluefield 8-0.

Brooke Cole went 2-for-4 for a home run while Brittany Bennett added a home run of her own in the effort.

Summers County improved to 2-2 on the season and will travel to Princeton for a double-header at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

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