The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

April 19, 2013

Roundup: Bobcats beat James Monroe in 8


From Staff Reports

HINTON — PREP BASEBALL

Summers County 5, James Monroe 4 (8 innings)


The Summers County Bobcats scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to tie the game and scored the winning run in the eighth to defeat James Monroe Thursday.

Drae Hutchens doubled home the first run in the seventh and Jacob Lively brought him home with a single to send the game to extra frames. Eric Lindsey scored the winning run in the eighth on an errant pick-off throw to third by the catcher.

Drae Hutchens had a double and one RBI and Lively had two RBIs for the Bobcats.

Micah Deskins, Reed McNeer and John Mustain all doubled for James Monroe.



JM:    000    220    00    —    4 7 4

SC:    010    001    21    —    5 4 2

JM: John Mustain, Caleb Brown (6) and Ryan Page, SC: Drae Hutchens, Timmy Kitchen (5) and Dustin Smith. WP — Kitchen. LP — Brown. Hitting — JM: Ryan Wickline 2-3 (RBI), Micah Deskins 1-3 (2B), Ryan Page 1-4 (RBI), Gary Lilly 0-3 (RBI), Reed McNeer 1-4 (2B), John Mustain 1-3 (2B, RBI), Levi Canterbury 1-3, SC: Jaquan Ayers 1-3, Drae Hutchens 1-4 (2B, RBI), Austin Cook 1-4, Jacob Lively 1-2 (2 RBI).

 

Valley 11, Charleston Catholic 8

SMITHERS — Valley entered the bottom of the seventh down 8-6, but rallied with five runs to defeat Charleston Catholic Thursday.

The rally started when Arik McGinnis tripled home Drew Jones, followed by a single from Joseph Eckert to even  the score. Valley put two runners on base,  and Druw Bowen blasted a walk-off home run to seal the victory for the Greyhounds.

Raeshawn Breckenridge added a double and three RBIs and Mark Hess had two doubles for Valley.

Andy Hoyer led the Irish with three hits including a double, a home run and three RBIs.

Valley (14-5) hosts Fayetteville today in a make-up game.



CC:    022    021    1    —    8 9 0

V:    023    100    5    —    11 9 3

CC: Rocco Wilcox, Vince Stricker (4) and Drew Cable, V: Druw Bowen and Cody Winter. WP — Bowen. LP — Stricker. Hitting — CC: Andy Hoyer 3-4 (2B, HR, 3 RBI), Sam McKown 1-3 (2B, RBI), Thad Jameson 1-2 (RB), Rocco Wilcox (RBI) V: Drew Jones (2 RBI), Raeshawn Breckenridge 1-3 (2b, 3 RBI), Joseph Eckert 1-5 (RBI), Arik McGinnis 1-3 (3B, RBI), Druw Bowen 2-5 (HR, 3 RBI), Mark Hess 2-4 (2 2B).

Records: Valley (14-5).



Woodrow Wilson 10, Oak Hill 5

The Flying Eagles took full advantage of their eight hits to push across 10 runs and defeat the visiting Oak Hill Red Devils Thursday.

Logan Wriston had two hits and drove in two runs, while Brent Osborne also drove in two runs for Woodrow Wilson.

Daniel Pritt had three hits and two RBIs for Oak Hill. Wes Stowers and Rick Epperly added two hits each for the Red Devils.

Woodrow (8-8) hosts Riverside today and Oak Hill (6-11) hosts St. Albans Saturday.



OH:    003    200    0    —    5 11 2

WW:    201    250    x    —    10 8 1

OH: Daniel Pritt, Ray Sullivan (3), Wes Stowers (5) and Josh Lokant, WW: Hunter Greco, Logan Wriston (7) and Daniel Rose. WP — Greco. LP — Pritt. Hitting — OH: Wes Stowers 2-4, Daniel Pritt 3-4 (2 RBI), Ricky Epperly 2-4, WW: Logan Wriston 2-3 (2 RBI), Brent Osborne 1-3 (2 RBI).

Records: Woodrow Wilson (8-8);  Oak Hill (6-11).



Wyoming East 10, River View 4

NEW RICHMOND — The Wyoming East Warriors pounded out 13 hits and used a seven-run third inning to defeat River View Thursday for win No. 10 on the season.

Christian Hedinger led the Warriors with two hits, including a triple and three RBIs, and Hunter Simmons had two RBIs. Austin Canada, Zach Whitten and Derek Thornton added two hits apiece for Wyoming East.

Austin Walker led the Raiders with a double and a home run. Zachary Shelton and Timothy Stacey added two hits apiece for River View.

Wyoming East (10-4) travels to James Monroe today.



RV:    200    001    1    —    4 10 2

WE:    107    020    x    —    10 13 1

RV: Austin Walker, Todd Coeburn (3) and Zachary Shelton, WE: Christian Hedinger, Chase Pressley (3), Austin Canada (7) and Zach Whitten. WP — Pressley. LP — Walker. Hitting — RV: Austin Walker 2-2 (2B, (2B, HR, RBI), Zachary Shelton 2-4 (2B, RBI), Timothy Stacey 2-2, Cameron Roberts 1-2 (2B), WE: Austin Canada 2-4 (2B), Zach Whitten 2-2, Christian Hedinger 2-4 (3B, 3 RBI), Derek Thornton 2-4 (2B, RBI), Davis Carte 1-1, Brian Lusk 1-2 (2B), David Powers 1-2, John Cullicerto 1-2 (RBI), Hunter Simmons 1-2 (2 RBI). Records: Wyoming East (10-4).



Late Wednesday

Summers County 20, Meadow Bridge 7


HINTON — Drae Hutchens and Austin Cook each had two hits and three RBIs for the Bobcats.

Eric Lindsey and Dustin Smith added two hits apiece for Summers County, while Jaquan Ayers and Matt Ryan each had two RBIs.



MB:    006    01        —    7 6 1

SC:    3160    1X        —    20 15 1

MB: Harless, Alley (2) and Farr, SC: Trevor Anderson, Josh Smith (4) and Dustin Smith. WP — Anderson. LP — Harless. Hitting — MB: Wingert 1-2 (2 RBI), SC: Eric Lindsey 2-3 (RBI), Jaquan Ayers 1-2 (2 RBI), Matt Ryan 1-4 (2 RBI), Drae Hutchens 2-3 (3 RBI), Austin Cook 2-2 (3 RBI), David Willey 1-3 (RBI), Jacob Lively 1-3 (RBI), Dustin Smith 2-2 (2 RBI), Greg Shrewsbury 1-2 (RBI), Tre Bower 1-1 (RBI).

PREP SOFTBALL

Woodrow Wilson 12, Oak Hill 8


The Lady Flying Eagles pushed across the decisive four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to defeat Oak Hill Thursday.

Cara MacAulay was the winning pitcher and had three hits, while Adrienne Mullins smacked a home run and had two RBIs for Woodrow Wilson.

Emily Lane and Kayla Lawson added two hits apiece for the Lady Flying Eagles.

Woodrow Wilson hosts George Washington today.



OH:    201    004    1    —    8 9 2

WW:    331    014    x    —    12 13 3

OH: Morgan Harrah, Ciera Workman and Hannah Johnson, WW: Cara MacAulay and Adrienne Mullins. WP — MacAulay. LP — Workman. Hitting — OH: M. Harrah 3-4, Hannah Powers 2-4, WW: Cara MacAulay 3-4, Adrienne Mullins 2-4 (HR, 2 RBI), Emily Lane 2-3, Kayla Lawson 2-5, Courtney Logowski 1-3 (2B), Maggie Cook 1-2, Katie Bolen 1-3.



Man 5, Westside 0

CLEAR FORK — Man High School held Westside to just three hits Thursday, winning a 5-0 shutout over the Renegades.

The Hillbillies set the tone early, scoring four runs in the first inning, and the Renegades were never able to recover.

Taylor Tomblin went the distance for Man to earn the win, while Cassidee Blankenship took the loss for Westside.

Madison Keffer and Micayla Gibson picked up two hits each for the Hillbillies, while Tabitha Ferguson drove in a pair of runs.

Kasey Walls, Taylor Grimmett and Kelsey Walls picked up the only hits for the Renegades, who will play at James Monroe today.



M:    400    000    1    —    5 9 0

W:    000    000    0    —    0 3 2

M: Taylor Tomblin and Summer Sword, W: Cassidee Blankenship and Kelsey Walls. WP — Tomblin. LP — Blankenship. Hitting — M: Summer Sword 1-4, Emilee Osborne 1-4, Madison Keffer 2-4 (2b), Tabitha Ferguson 1-4 (2B, 2RBIs), Micayla Gibson 2-3 (2B, RBI), Emilee Toler 1-3 W: Kasey Walls 1-3, Taylor Grimmett 1-3, Kelsey Walls 1-2

Records: W — 11-5



Wyoming East 11, Nicholas County 5

SUMMERSVILLE — Wyoming East had ten hits and scored four runs in the top of the seventh to secure the victory over Nicholas County Thursday.

Shelby Groves and Sammy Samms had two hits apiece for Nicholas County.

Nicholas County (6-11) hosts Herbert Hoover today.



WE:    001    231    4    —    11 10 4

NC:    111    100    1    —    5 6 7

WE: Davis and Lowman, NC: Lauren Young and Mariah Eberhart. WP — Davis. LP — Young. Hitting — WE: Duncan 2-4, Wrenn 2-4, McBride 2-4, NC: Shelby Groves 2-4, Sammy Samms 2-3, Whitney Robinson 1-3, Mariah Eberhart 1-3.

Records: Nicholas County (6-1).