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Wyoming East 14,
Westside 1 (5 innings)
CLEAR FORK — The Wyoming East Warriors exploded for seven first inning runs and rolled past county rival Westside 14-1 Tuesday.
Zach Whitten had three hits and three RBIs and Austin Canada added three hits for the Warriors. Derek Thornton and Hunter Justus added two RBIs apiece for Wyoming East.
Warrior pitchers Austin Canada and John Culicerto scattered six hits and surrendered just one run.
Jeff Brown had a hit and an RBI for Westside.
Wyoming East (13-4) travels to Summers County tonight.
Wyoming East 14, Westside 1 (5 innings)
WE: 701 23 — 14 13 1
W: 001 00 — 1 6 2
WE: Austin Canada, John Culicerto (4) and Zach Whitten, W: Casey Davis, Drew Bragg (1), Tyler Copley (4) and Dakota Paynter. WP — Canada. LP — Davis. Hitting — WE: Austin Canada 3-3, Zach Whitten 3-4 (2B, 3 RBI), Christian Hedinger 1-3 (RBI), Derek Thornton 1-3 (2 RBI), Hunter Simmons 1-2 (RBI), JR Haynes 1-4 (2B, RBI), Chase Pressley 1-2 (2B, RBI), Doug Mills 1-1, Hunter Justus 1-2 (2 RBI), W: Drew Bragg 1-2, Dakota Bailey 1-3, Casey Davis 1-3, Jeff Brown 1-2 (RBI), Dakota Paynter 1-2, Trevor Anderson 1-2.
Records: Wyoming East (13-4).
Nicholas County 4
BLUEFIELD — Fayetteville dispatched Nicholas County in Copinger Tournament action Tuesday night, behind the pitching of Trey Farris.
Jake Holland went 2-for-4 and Will Dooley was 1-for-3 with a pair of RBIs for the Pirates.
Grizzly Bryce Hunter went 2-for-3.
Fayetteville improved to 12-11 on the season.
Fayetteville 7, Nicholas County 4
F: 001 220 2 — 7 9 2
NC: 002 001 1 — 4 8 3
F: Trey Farris, Aaron Krise (5) and Aaron Krise, Jake Cogar (5) NC: Eric Amic (5), Bryce Hunter and Bitras. WP — Farris. LP — Amic. Hitting — F: Jake Holland 2-4, Trey Farris 1-4, Jake Cogar 1-3 (2 RBI), Will Dooley 1-3 (2 RBI), Josh Long 1-3 (RBI), NC: Shagrave 2-4, Eric Amic 1-2, Bryce Hunter 2-3, Matt Doddrell 1-3.
Records: Fayetteville 12-11.
Greenbrier West 11,
Meadow Bridge 0 (5 innings)
CHARMCO — The Cavalier pitchers combined on a two-hit shut-out, while Kaleb Bolen and Brent Hellmes each smacked a double and drove in two runs to lead Greenbrier West past Meadow Bridge Tuesday.
Chase McClung added two hits and Dustin Yoakum scored two runs for the Cavaliers.
Shane Harless and Jennings Berry each had one hit for Meadow Bridge.
Greenbrier West (9-7) travels to James Monroe Thursday.
George Washington 11, Meadow Bridge 0
R: 000 00 — 0 2 6
GW: 452 0x — 11 7 1
MB: Marvin Bragg and Jones, GW: Chase McClung, Jared Jennings (3), Nick Boggess (5) and Nick Boggess, Jared Jennings (5). WP — McClung. LP — Bragg. Hitting — MB: Shane Harless 1-2, Jennings Berry 1-2, GW: Chase McClung 2-3, Kaleb Hamrick 1-2 (2 RBI, 2B), Brent Hellmes 1-3 (2 RBI, 2B), Chase Harless 1-1, Jacob Burke 1-3 (RBI), Dustin Yoakum 1-2 (2 R).
Records: Greenbrier West (9-7).
Independence 5, Bluefield 2
Drew D’Angelo hit a double and drove in two runs to lead the Patriots past the Beavers Tuesday.
Andrue Hughart and Brad Huffman each added two hits including a double.
Jeremy McGinnis and Brad Huffman combined to allow just five hits and two runs in the Patriot victory.
Sam Santoro had two hits and one RBI for Bluefield.
Independence travels to Liberty tonight.
Independence 5, Bluefield 2
B: 000 020 0 — 2 5 3
I: 001 202 x — 5 11 0
WP — McGinnis. LP — Mullins. S — Huffman. Hitting — B: Sam Santoro 2-2 (RBI), Justin Lightfoot 1-3 (RBI), Andrew Seigel 1-2 (R), Christian Oster 1-2, (R), I: Drew D’Angelo 2-4 (2B, 2 RBI, R), Wyatt Adkins 1-4 (RBI), Andrue Hughart 2-4 (2B, R), Jeremy McGinnis 1-3, Brad Huffman 2-3 (2B, RBI), Brian Sexton 1-4 (RBI), Tanner Ray 1-1 (R
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Oak Hill 10,
Bluefield 1 (5 innings)
OAK HILL — Ciera Workman gave up just two hits and only one run to lead the Oak Hill Lady Red Devils past Bluefield Tuesday. Workman also added two hits in the win.
Tempest Bickford had two hits including a triple and an RBI, while Maria Bragg and Hannah Johnson added two hits apiece for Oak Hill.
Lakyn Morris and Melinda Lawson had one hit apiece for Bluefield.
Oak Hill (7-8) hosts Westside today.
Oak Hill 10, Bluefield 1 (5 innings)
B: 100 00 — 1 2 0
OH: 433 0x — 10 14 2
B: Caitlyn Lucado and Lakeyn Morris, OH: Ciera Workman and Faith Carr, Hannah Johnson (2). WP — Workman. LP — Lucado. Hitting — B: Lakeyn Morris 1-2, Melinda Lawson 1-3 (R), OH: Tempest Bickford 2-2 (3B, RBI), Mariah Bragg 2-3 (RBI), Hannah Johnson 2-2, Ciera Workman 2-2.
Records: Oak Hill (7-8).
Wyoming East 18, Liberty 3 (3 innings)
The Lady Warriors pounded out 10 hits and rolled past Liberty 18-3 Tuesday.
Chelsea Duncan had two doubles and two RBIs and Emily Day added one RBI for Wyoming East.
Sam Pauley had a double for Liberty.
Liberty travels to Mount View today.
Wyoming East 18, Liberty 3
WE: 765 — 18 10 2
L: 012 — 3 1 11
WE: Emily Day and Bre Pertee, L: Makayla Hofaflook and Andrea Roles. WP — Day. LP — Hofalook. Hitting — WE: Chelsea Duncan 2-3 (2 2B, 2 RBI), C. Atkins 2-3 (2B), Emily Day 1-2 (RBI), M. Wrenn 1-3 (2B), L: Sam Pauley 1-2 (2B).
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- High School Sports
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