The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

April 9, 2013

Local Roundup


From Staff Reports

— Liberty 13, Richwood 3 (5 innings)

Liberty exploded for 10 first inning runs to roll past Richwood Tuesday in Glen Daniel. Matthew Bailey led the Raiders with three hits, including two doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored.

Austin Lyons added a double, two RBIs and scored two runs, while Joey Lacek had a double, two RBIs and scored three times for LIberty.

Phoenix Evans led the Lumberjacks with two RBIs.

Liberty (9-1) plays Thursday at Summers County.



Liberty 13, Richwood 3 (5 innings)

R:    003    00        —    3 2 2

L:    1003    0X        —    13 8 0

R: Phoenix Evans, Casey O’Dell (4) and Craig Nicholas, L: Joey Lacek, Matthew Bailey (4), Dylan Keel (5) and Trevor Quarels. WP — Lacek. LP — Evans. Hitting — R: Craig Nicholas 0-1 (R), Casey O’Dell 0-2 (R), Phoenix Evans 1-3 (2 RBI), Ben Beaver 1-3, Caleb Louden 0-2 (R), L: Austin Lyons 1-3 (R, 2 RBI, 2B), Dakota Boulet 0-0 (3 R), Joey Lacek 1-1 (2 RBI, 3 R, 2B), Dylan Keel 1-1 (R, 2 RBI, 2B), Matthew Bailey 3-3 (2 R, 2 RBI, 2 2B), Seth Prince 1-2 (R, RBI), Zack Martin 1-1.

Records: Liberty (9-1).



Wyoming East 15, Mt. View 3

WELCH — Wyoming East scored 11 runs in the top of the third in a 15-3 victory over winless Mt. View.

Austin Canada had a pair of singles and three runs while winning pitcher Christian Hedinger also have four RBIs.

Brian Vullaneuva and Maurice Brown each had a hit for the Golden Knights.

Wyoming East will host Mingo Central this evening while Mt. View will also be in the county taking on Westside.



Wyoming East 15, Mt. View 3

WE:    2011    02       —    15 6 3

MV:     012    00    —     3 4 3

WE: Christian Hedinger, Jon Culicerto (5) and Zack Whitten. MV: Maurice Brown, Chris Muncy (3), Channing Vineyard (3), Jarrett Cochran (3) and Bryan Villaneuva. WP — Hedinger. LP — Brown.



Late Monday

Greenbrier East 11,

Independence 4 (9 innings)

Greenbrier East scored seven runs in the top of the 9th to defeat Independence 11-4 in nine innings.

Ethan Boone picked up the victory, throwing six strikeouts and allowing 1 run in six innings. Indy’s Brad Huffman gave up 7 runs in the loss.

Spartan Josh Zeboskey went 3-for-4 with a double and a pair of RBIs.

Independence’s Brad Huffman was 3-for-3 with two doubles and two RBIs.



Greenbrier East Spartans 11, Independence 4

GE:    000    010    307    —    11 16 1

I:    102    000    100    —    4 9 6

GE:Josh Zeboskey (3), Ethan Boone (6), I: Brian Sexton (6), Brad Huffman (2.33) and Drew D’Angelo (0.67). WP — Boone. LP — Huffman. Hitting — GE: Jacob Frantz 1-5, Heather Utterback 1-6, Josh Zeboskey 3-4 (2B, 2 RBI), Harrison Martin 2-5 (RBI), RJ Massie 2-5 (RBI), Tyler Canterbury 2-4 (2B, RBI), Ethan Level 3-4 (3B), Gabe Wilson 1-1, Ethan Boone 1-4 (2 RBI). I: Drew D’Angelo 2-4 (2B), Brad Huffman 3-3 (2 2B, RBI), Wyatt Adkins 1-4 (RBI), Jeremy McGinnis 1-5 (2 RBI), Brian Sexton 2-3.



n PREP SOFTBALL

Summers County 10-16,

Meadow Bridge 0-6

HINTON — The Summers County pitchers yielded just one hit to sweep a doubleheader from Meadow Bridge Tuesday.

Katie Walker pitched a no-hitter in the first game and Brianna Justice followed it up with a one-hitter in the nightcap.

Megan Billings and Kendall Wiley tallied three hits on the day and Katie Walker had two hits for Summers County.

Brittany Bennett also smacked a triple for the Bobcats.

Summers County (7-5) travels to Independence today.



Summers County 10, Meadow Bridge 0 (3 innings)

MB:    000        —    0 0 3

SC:    37X        —    10 4 1

MB: Kacie Forren and Ally Redden, SC: Katie Walker and Brooke Cole. WP — Walker. LP — Forren. Hitting — SC: Megan Billings 1-3, Katie Walker 1-2, Rochelle Yopp 1-1, Katelyn Yopp 1-1.

Records: Summers County (6-5).



Summers County 16, Meadow Bridge 6 (4 innings)

MB:    051    0    —    6 1 3

SC:    646    X    —    16 9 3

MB: Kacie Forren and H. Massie, SC: Brianna Justice and Brooke Cole. WP — Justice. LP — Forren. Hitting — MB: Kacie Forren 1-1, SC: Kendall Willey 3-3 (2B), Katie Walker 1-1, Brittany Bennett (3B), Megan Billings 2-3.

Records: Summers County (7-5).



Westside 9, Wyoming East 7

CLEAR FORK — Leah Pack blasted a home run and had three hits, while Alexis Walls added three hits including a triple to lead Westside past county rival Wyoming East Tuesday.

Logan Osborne, Cassadee Blankenship, Stephanie Brown and Taylor Grimmett had two hits apiece for the Lady Renegades.

Brianne Pertee led the Lady Warriors with three hits including two home runs and two RBIs. Morgan Wrenn added two hits and two RBIs for East.

Westside (8-4) hosts Fayetteville today.



Westside 9, Wyoming East 7

WE:    200    022    1    —    7 10 1

W:    110    412    x    —    9 17 0

WE: Larissa Davis and Brianne Pertee, W: Cassadee Blankenship and Leah Pack. WP — Blankenship. LP — Davis. Hitting — WE: Brianne Pertee 3-4 (2 HR 2 RBI), Chelsea Duncan 2-4, Morgan Wrenn 2-4 (2 RBI), Larissa Davis 1-3, Emily Day 1-4, Chelsey Adkins 1-4 (RBI), W: Logan Osborne 2-4 (RBI), Cassadee Blankenship 2-4 (RBI), Leah Pack 3-4 (HR, RBI), Kasey Walls 1-4, Alexis Walls 3-4 (3B, RBI), Stephanie Brown 2-4 (3B, RBI), Taylor Grimmett 2-4 (2 RBI), Kelsey Walls 2-4.

Records: Westside (8-4).





n Hole-In-One

Paul Gunnoe aced the par-3 No. 8 hole at the Briar Patch Golf Links Tuesday. Gunnoe used a 6-iron on the 177 yard hole for his first ever hole-in-one. Witnesses were Ed Jenkins, Butch Bowman and Doug McDaniel.