The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

April 9, 2013

Local Roundup

(Continued)

GLEN DANIEL — Wyoming East 18, Westside 1

W:    010    00        —    1 1 4

WE:    408    15        —    18 14 0

W: Drew Bragg, Dakota Bailey (5) and Dakota Painter, WE: Derek Thornton, Jonathan Cullicerto (5) and Zach Whitten. WP — Thornton. LP — Bragg. Hitting — W: Dakota Bailey 1-2 (HR), WE: Austin Canada 1-4 (2B, 3 RBI), Zach Whitten 2-3 (RBI), Christian Hedinger 3-3 (4 RBI), Derek Thornton 1-3, Brian Lusk 1-1 (2 RBI), Chase Pressley 1-3, David Powers 1-1 (2 RBI), Coty Bishop 1-2 (2 RBI), Tristian Toler 1-1 (RBI), Derek Laxton 1-2 (RBI), Hunter Simmons 1-2.

Records: Wyoming East (5-3), Westside (1-7)

Valley 7, Van 2

SMITHERS — Druw Bowen went 3-for-3, including his second home run, and had three RBIs as Valley defeated Van.

Raeshawn Breckenridge had a double and a triple and Cody Winter went 2-for-3 for the Greyhounds (9-4). Breckenridge and starter Drew Jones combined for 12 strikeouts and held the Bulldogs to three hits.

Valley will host Buffalo at 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Van:    000    010    1    —    2 3 2

Val:    112    012    x    —    7 11 2

Van: Justin Lambert and Tyler Workman, Val: Drew Jones, Raeshawn Breckenridge (4) and Cody Winter, John Riddle (4). WP — Jones. LP — Lambert. Hitting — Van: Logan Crouse 1-3, Workan 1-4 (rbi), Brandon Elswick 1-3, Val: Breckendridge 2-2 (2b, 3b, rbi), Winter 2-3 (rbi), Joseph Eckert 1-2, Riddle 1-2 (rbi), Druw Bowen 3-3 (3b, hr, 3 rbi), Mark Hess 1-1, Jones 1-2 (rbi).

Records: Val: 9-4.

Greenbrier West 15, Richwood 1

(5 innings)

RICHWOOD— Nick Boggess had two hits, two RBIs and scored three times to lead Greenbrier West past Richwood.

Chase Harless added a double and three RBIs and Caleb Hamrick had a double for the Cavaliers.

Dustin Yoakum picked up the win, combining on a two-hitter with Harless.

Craig Nicholas drove in the run for the Lumberjacks.

Greenbrier West (3-5) travels to Nicholas County Thursday.

Greenbrier West 15, Richwood (5 innings)

GW:    003    57        —    15 7 2

H:    010    00        —    1 2 2

GW: Dustin Yoakum, Chase Harless (4) and Nick Boggess, R: Ben Beavers, Gavin Beaver (5), Kasey O’Dell (5), Phoenix Evans (5) and Caleb Louden. WP — Yoakum. LP — Beavers. Hitting — GW: Nick Boggess 2-3 (2 RBI, 3 R), Chase Harless 1-1 (3 RBI, 2B), Caleb Hamrick 1-2 (2B), R: Craig Nicholas 1-1 (RBI), Phoenix Evans 1-3.

Records: Greenbrier West (3-5).

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Shady Spring 7, Greenbrier East 6

(10 innings)

FAIRLEA — Mackenzie Milam drove in the go-ahead run in the 10th inning and Michelle Snodgress brought in two insurance runs as Class AAA No. 8 Shady Spring defeated Greenbrier East.

Greenbrier East scored twice in the bottom of the inning, but the Tigers held on to raise their record to 7-0.

Alexis DeMoss was 3-for-5 with a double for Shady. Sierra Richmond and Kelsey Robertson added two hits apiece.

The Spartans got two hits each from Heather Vallandingham, Melanie McIntire, Victoria Krystynak and Lindsey Bradley.

Shady will visit Oak Hill at 5:30 p.m. today.

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