The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

October 8, 2013

Roundup: Woodrow girls record 9th victory

From Staff Reports


Woodrow Wilson 2, Riverside 1

Sophomore Rebekah Cook found the back of the net twice Tuesday to lead the Woodrow Wilson Lady Flying Eagles past Riverside 2-1 at the YMCA Paul Cline Memorial Youth Sports Complex.

Shannon Barajas and Sarah Akers had one assist apiece for the Lady Flying Eagles, while goalkeeper Emily Lane recorded three saves.

Madeline McDermott scored the goal for the Lady Warriors.

Woodrow Wilson (9-4-4) travels to Parkersburg Friday.

Herbert Hoover 3, Shady Spring 1

CLENDENIN — Hannah Schoolcraft scored two goals and Caroline Thornburg added another as the Huskies turned back the Tigers.

Shady got a goal from freshman forward Hannah Thompson. Her sister Lyndsey Thompson, who assisted on Hannah’s goal, was looking to break the state career scoring record of 132 goals. She took four shots on-frame, but did not score.

Goalkeeper Brooklyn Meador had six saves.

Shady (7-9-1) will play Tuesday at Greenbrier East.

Midland Trail 1, Oak Hill 0

HICO — Payton Fisher scored the lone goal on an assist from Summer Whipkey to lead the Midland Trail Lady Patriots past Oak Hill 1-0 Tuesday.

Jill Gray recorded four saves for the Lady Patriots and Brianna Ovalle had six saves for Oak Hill.

Trail held the shots on goal edge at 7-4.

Midland Trail (8-3-5) hosts Scott Thursday at 5:30 p.m.


Woodrow Wilson 8, Riverside 1

BELLE — Zach Johnson had a hat trick and two assists as Woodrow Wilson dominated Riverside on the pitch Tuesday 8-1.

Corey Acord added two goals to go along with one goal each from Keegan Rose, Justin Johnson and Jordan Wright for the Flying Eagles.

Ryan Thompson, Jacob Hughes, Josh Sisk and Nathan Akers had one assist apiece for Woodrow Wilson.

Flying Eagles goalkeeper Josh Moore had two saves.

Woodrow Wilson (9-5-3) hosts St. Albans Saturday at 1 p.m. in the MSAC game.

PikeView 4, Greenbrier East 0

FAIRLEA — Seth Wood scored two goals, while Vaughn Campbell and Beau Smith had one each to lead PikeView past Greenbrier East 4-0 Tuesday.

Hunter Klein, Brandon Calfee and Alec White added one assist apiece for PikeView.

Panthers goalkeeper Austin Cordell recorded eight saves and East goalkeeper Mac Brackenrich had 12 saves.

PikeView (12-3-1) travels to Charleston Catholic for a showdown Thursday.