The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

April 10, 2013

Local Roundup


Wyoming East 8, Mingo Central 2

NEW RICHMOND — The Wyoming East Warriors made the best of five hits and three Mingo Central errors, and also turned a triple play to pick up the win 8-2 Wednesday at home.

Derek Thornton blasted two home runs and drove in three Warriors, while Hunter Justice added a home run, a double and drove in two runs also to lead the Warriors.

Austin Canada yielded 10 hits, but allowed just two runs to get the win. Canada also smacked a double.

Alex Lee, Matt Lester, Garth Simpkins and Todd Stone had two hits apiece for Mingo Central.

Wyoming East (7-3) travels to Bluefield today.

Wyoming East 8, Mingo Central 2

MC:    000    110    0    —    2 10 3

WE:    320    030    x    —    8 5 0

MC: Todd Stone, Mitchell Robbins (4) and Alex Lee, WE: Austin Canada and Zach Whitten. WP — Canada. LP — Stone. Hitting — MC: Alex Lee 2-3, Matt Lester 2-3 (2B), Garth Simpkins 2-3 (2B), Todd Stone 2-3 (RBI), BJ Warden 1-3 (2B) WE: Austin Canada 1-4 (2B), Derek Thornton 2-3 (2 HR, 3 RBI), Hunter Justice 2-2 (2B, HR, 2 RBI).

Records: Wyoming East (7-3).

Fayetteville 12,

Summers County 0 (5 innings)

HINTON — Tre Phares hurled a no-hitter and the Pirates rolled up 12 runs to cruise past Summers County Wednesday.

James Criss had four hits, while Aaron Krise, Brian Gore and Joseph Rhinehart each had a double for the Pirates.

Fayetteville (8-7) hosts Valley today.

Fayetteville 12, Summers County 0

F:    024    70        —    12 7 0

SC:    000    00        —    0 0 3

F: Tre Phares and Aaron Krise, SC: Mike Anderson, Brian Ayers (3) and Justin Smith. WP — Phares. LP — Anderson. Hitting — F: Aaron Krise 1-3 (2B), Brian Gore 1-3 (2B), Joseph Rhinehart 2-2 (2B), James Criss 4-4.

Records: Fayetteville (8-7).

Valley 7, Buffalo 6

SMITHERS—  Drew Bowen struck out nine and gave up one earned run in a 7-6 victory over Buffalo,to help the Valley Greyhounds improve to 10-4 on the season.

Raeshawn Breckenridge went 3-for-3 with a double, triple, 5 RBIs and a homerun.

Buffalo’s Nick Gunter went 2-for-4 with a triple and an RBI.

Valley will travel to Fayetteville today at 5 p.m.

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