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Senior Jacob Kemlock scored two goals and had one assist, while junior John Hardman added two goals to lead the Oak Hill Red Devils past the Bluefield Beavers 5-1 Tuesday.
The Red Devils dominated the Beavers with 28 shots on goal to just two for the Beavers.
Ian Hunt chipped in a goal and an assist for the Red Devils, while Garrett Mullins and Blake Wingrove each had an assist.
The lone Bluefield goal came on a penalty kick.
Oak Hill (5-0) looks to stay unbeaten when they travel to Charleston Catholic Thursday.
Woodrow Wilson 4, St. Albans 1
Corey Acord pulled off a hat trick Tuesday, scoring three goals to lead the Woodrow Wilson Flying Eagles past the St. Albans Red Dragons 4-1 Tuesday at the YMCA’s Paul Cline stadium.
Ryan Thompson added a goal for the Flying Eagles and Mathew Sumpter had an assist.
The Red Dragons’ goal was scored by Jack Wiles.
The Flying Eagles held the advantage on shots on goal at 16-2.
Woodrow Wilson (1-2-1) travels to Spring Valley Thursday.
PikeView 3, Shady Spring 0
GARDNER — The PikeView Panthers turned back Shady Spring 3-0 Tuesday for their third win of the season.
Seth Wood drilled two goals for the Panthers, while Brandon Calfee added one goal and one assist in the win.
Isaac Van Blaricom provided two assists for PikeView.
Austin Cordell had one save to preserve the shut-out win.
PikeView (3-1-1) hosts Independence Thursday.
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Midland Trail 8, Sherman 0
SETH — Sophomore Abby Sevy had a hat trick in the first 15 minutes of the match as the Midland Trail Lady Patriots rolled over Sherman 8-0 Tuesday.
Payton Fisher, Heaven Simms and Brittney Moore each added a goal and an assist in the Patriot win.
Individual goals were scored by Emily Carte and Summer Whipkey, while an assist was recorded for Mallory Stonestreet, Savannah Skaggs and Jessica Fox.
Goalkeepers Jill Gray, Ciara Reyna and Jessica Fox combined on the shut-out win.
Midland Trail (3-0) travels to Oak Hill Thursday.
Woodrow Wilson 3, St. Albans 3
ST. ALBANS — The Woodrow Wilson Lady Flying Eagles and the St. Albans Lady Red Dragons battled to a 3-3 tie on the pitch Tuesday.
Rebekah Cook, Elizabeth Gramling and Sarah Akers each found the back of the net for the Lady Flying Eagles, while Akers, Cook and Shannon Barajas provided the assists.
The Lady Red Dragons were led by Maddie Marshall with a hat trick.
Woodrow Wilson (2-1-2) hosts Spring Valley Thursday.
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- High School Sports
Oak Hill’s Jones lands back on Class AAA first-team list
Running backs like Jalen Jones don’t come around too often.
Neither does an all-around player like Chase Hancock.
Shady gets win over Summers in opener
When Jordan Meadows and Terry Smith led their respective teams on to the court for the pregame, it was evident that this would not be the same Shady Spring and Summers County teams fans had become accustomed to seeing.
Liberty’s Daniel standing tall in face of adversity
It wasn’t all that long ago that Liberty wrestling was on the rise. The Raiders won a region championship in 2007, and Nick Hylton and Mike Carpenter won individual state titles in 2008 — the last champs the area would see until six were crowned last February.
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Wyoming East shook off a sluggish first half, outscoring Shady Spring 35-15 in the second half to defeat the Lady Tigers 58-36 Thursday.
Wheeling Park LB wins Huff Award
Geremy Paige’s eyes lit up as though he had just seen an opposing runner breaking through the line of scrimmage.
ROUNDUP: McDowell’s 24 lift Liberty over Independence
The host Liberty Raiders got a 24-point performance from Tre McDowell to defeat their county rival 72-56 Wednesday.
Trevor McGhee added 21 points for Liberty, including three bombs from behind the arc, and Devin Acord scored 12 points.
Westside’s Mullens runs to all-state
Three area playoff teams have earned a first- and second-teamer on the Class AA All-State football teams, as named today by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.
Big week ahead as basketball season heats up
When Greenbrier West walked off the field Saturday after the Class A championship football game, basketball season officially began in southern West Virginia.
AAA South sweeps annual North-South tournament
Woodrow Wilson volleyball coach Shirley Brown is used to seeing Kaitie Shaver and Ellen Henthorn on the other side of the net.
Capital’s Walton named winner of Hunt Award
The 2013 West Virginia high school football season produced a wealth of impressive defensive linemen, as defensive fronts overshadowed linebacking corps from the coalfields to the panhandles.
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