The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

October 6, 2013

ROUNDUP: Tigers' Thompson ties record; Kemlock gets hat trick for Red Devils

From Staff Reports


St. Albans 6, Shady Spring 3

The Wildcats scored four times in the final 10 minutes to take the win at the YMCA’s Carter Family Stadium.

Hanna Myers and Audrey Goode scored two goals each for St. Albans. Kelsey Thompson Madison Cogar both had one.

Shady Spring senior all-stater Lindsey Thompson powered in two goals to tie the state record of 132 for her career.

Bri Bevell added a goal and an assist for the Tigers (7-7-1), who will play Woodrow Wilson at the YMCA’s Paul Cline Stadium Monday.


Oak Hill 8, Nitro 1

NITRO — The Red Devils pounded Nitro for 20 shots on goal, scoring on eight.

All-stater Jacob Kemlock led the charge with a hat trick, while Jon Hardman, Grant Whitmore, Joel Bracken, Garrett Mullins and Cameron Heeter scored a goal apiece.

Bracken, Whitmore, Cody Walker and Ian Hunt each contributed an assist.

Oak Hill goalkeepers made seven ssaves, including four by Brett Garris and three by Andrew Elliott.

On Tuesday, the Red Devils defeated Shady Spring 2-0. Kemlock scored both goals.

Thursday night they battled Princeton to a 1-1 draw. Trevor Skaggs scored for Oak Hill.

The Red Devils, now 14-0-2, will play next Saturday at Cross Lanes Christian.

Woodrow Wilson 1, Wheeling Park 0

WHEELING — Jordan Wright scored the only goal of the game on an assist from Colton Hatfield as the Flying Eagles (7-5-4) won on the road at Wheeling Park Saturday.

Woodrow, which has now won three straight, will be at Riverside on Tuesday.

Greenbrier East 2, Capital 2

CHARLESTON — Stephen Marr-Madariaga scored twice and goalkeeper Mac Brackenrich had 11 saves to give East the tie.

Fernando Martinez and Tyler Shaffer scored for Capital, which had a 21-11 advantage in shots on goal.