The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

April 5, 2013

Local Roundup

From Staff Reports


Greenbrier West 9, Nicholas County 8 (5 innings)

FAYETTEVILLE — Austin Ransom hit a game-winning sacrifice fly in the bottom of the fifth inning to lead Greenbrier West past Nicholas County Friday in the Spring Break Wooden Bat Tournament in Fayetteville.

The game was ended after five innings due to darkness.

Jared Jennings had a double and a triple and Mikey Goddard added two hits for the Cavaliers.

Will Mayes had a double and two singles to lead the Grizzlies.

Greenbrier West will play Woodrow Wilson today in the championship game at 1 p.m.

Greenbrier West 9, Nicholas County 8

NC:    200    33        —    8 11 2

GW:    102    33        —    9 8 4

NC: Brandon Hunter, Devin Keenan (5), Nate Moore (5) and Ethan Amick, GW: Jared Jennings and Mikey Goddard. WP — Jennings. LP — Moore. Hitting — NC: Tyler Sagraves 2-3, Will Mayes 3-4 (2B), GW: Jared Jennings 2-3 (3B, 2B), Mikey Goddard 2-3, Adam Tygrett 1-1.

Liberty 13, Oak Hill 11

Liberty scored eight runs in the first and then held off an Oak Hill rally to win 13-11 Firday at Linda K. Epling Stadium.

Colten Taylor picked up the win, going seven full innings for the Raiders (7-1).

Austin Lyons was 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI, while Joey Lacek was 2-for-3 with four RBIs and a pair of runs scored. Dekoda Baulet was 2-for-4 with three RBIs.

Wes Stowers and Chris Dennier had two RBIs each for Oak Hill.

Liberty will host Fayetteville Monday at 5:30 p.m.

Liberty 13, Oak Hill 11

OH:    040     032     1    —    11 11 3

L:    800     230    x    —    13 12 3

OH: Daniel Pritt, Wes Stowers (1), Ray Sullivan (3) and Josh Lokant, L: Colten Taylor and Trevor Quarles. WP — Taylor. LP — Pritt. Hitting — OH: Austin Nolen 1-5 (R, RBI), Wes Stowers 2-4 (2 RBIs), Daniel Pritt 1-4 (R), Chris Hysell 2-4 (R, RBI), Bubba Smith (2 R), Chris Dennler 2-3 (R, 2 RBI), Josh Lokant 2-4 (RBI) L: Austin Lyons 3-4 (2R, RBI), Seth Prince 1-2 (2R, RBI), Joey Lacek 2-3 (2R, 4 RBIs), Dylan Kell 1-4 (R, 2 RBIs), Dekoda Baulet 2-4 (R, 3 RBI), Trevor Quarles 1-4 (R, RBI), Meechie Brown 2-3 (2R).

Records: L: 7-1

Fayetteville 13, Richwood 1

FAYETTEVILLE — Fayetteville scored six runs in the seventh inning to put away the Lumberjacks Friday in the Spring Break Wooden Bat Tournament in Fayetteville.

Trey Phares and Jake Holland had two hits apiece for the Pirates and Jake Holland pitched a complete game for the win.

Fayetteville will play Nicholas County today in the third place game at 11 a.m.

Fayetteville 13, Richwood 1

F:    103    003    6    —    13 5 2

R:    100    000    0    —    1 2 4

F: Jake Holland and Jake Cogar, R: Ben Beaver, Casey O’Dell (6), Phoenix Evans (7) and Caleb Louden. WP — Holland. LP — Beaver. Hitting — F: Jake Holland 2-3, Trey Phares 2-3, R: Caleb Louden 1-4, Casey O’Dell 1-4.

Wyoming East 6, Greenbrier West 5 (8 innings)

FAYETTEVILLE — Wyoming East pushed home a run in the top of the eighth inning to defeat Greenbrier West Friday in the conclusion of a game started Wednesday in the Spring Break Wooden Bat Tournament at Fayetteville.

Greenbrier West had rallied to tie the game with three runs in the seventh on Wednesday before darkness stopped the game.

 Austin Canada had three hits and pitched the bottom of the eight to get the win, while Brian Lusk and Cody Bishop had two hits apiece for the Warriors.

Jared Jennings had two hits including a double and two RBIs and Mikey Goddard had two hits for the Cavaliers.

Wyoming East 6, Greenbrier West 5 (8 innings)

WE:    100    130    01    —    6 12 2

GW:    000    110    30    —    5 8 3

WE: Christian Hedinger, Derek Thornton(7), Austin Canada (8) and Zach Whitten, GW: Chase McClung, Mikey Goddard (8) and Jared Jennings. WP — Canada. LP — Goddard. Hitting — WE: Austin Canada 3-5 (RBI), Zach Whitten 1-4, Derek Thornton 1-4 (RBI), Chase Pressley 1-3 (2B), Derek Laxton 1-4, Brian Lusk 2-4, Cody Bishop 2-2 (RBI) GW: Jared Jennings 2-3 (2B, 2 RBI)), Mikey Goddard 2-4, Dustin Yoakum 1-4, Chase McClung 1-4, Jordan Robinson 1-3.

Records: Wyoming East (4-3).

Wyoming East 14, Van 3

FAYETTEVILLE — Austin Canada and Jonathan Culicerto combined to hold Van to three runs and four hits in a 14-3 Wyoming East victory.

Christian Hedinger went 3-for-3 with a trio of RBIs, while Derek Thornton was 2-4 with a double and an RBI. Canada and catcher Nick Shifflett each had an RBI.

Van’s Sigmund picked up the loss and went 1-3.

Wyoming East 14, Van 3

WE:    280    22        —    14 11 2

V:    101    01        —    3 4 4

WE: Austin Canada (3) Jonathan Culicerto (4) Zack Witten (4) and Nick Shifflett (5), V: Sigmund and Workman. WP — Canada. LP — Sigmund. Hitting — WE: Canada (RBI), Nick Shifflett (RBI), Christian Hedinger 3-3 (3 RBI), Devon Blankenship 1-1, Derek Thornton 2-4 (2B, RBI), David Powers 1-2 (RBI), Bryan Lusk 1-1 (2 RBI), David Cart 1-2 (RBI), Jonathan CUlicerto 1-2 (RBI)., V: Krauss 1-1, Workman 1-2, Vent 1-2, Sigmund 1-3.

Middle School Players of the Week

The Upper Deck Middle School league at Linda K. Epling Stadium have announced their players of the week for week 1 (March 10-17) and week 2 (March 18-24).

Michael Guilliams of the Shady Spring Tigers was named the varsity Pitcher of the week for week 1. Guilliams was 1-0 with 0 runs allowed, 0 hits allowed, 10 strikeouts and 0 walks over 12 batters. Eastern Greenbrier’s Daylon Colley was the week 1 varsity player of the week. He went 5-7 with a .714 average. Colley had two triples, one grand slam and 8 runs batted in.

Garrett Matherly of Shady Spring was the JV pitcher of the week (1-0, 10 strikeouts, 0 runs allowed) and Ryan Shaffer, also of Shady was the JV player of the week (2-4, 2 RBI, 1 SB). Eastern Greenbrier’s Chance Wagner was the junior-junior varsity pitcher of the week and Josh Pritt was player of the week.

Daylon Colley was also named player of the week for week 2. Collye went 2-3 with 2 doubles, 2 runs and 2 RBI. Summers County Giants’ Dalton Meador was the pitcher of the week with 11 strikeouts, two hits and 0 runs allowed.

Hunter Fansler of the Park A’s was named the junior varsity pitcher and player of the week. Fansler fanned 9 of the 10 battes he faced, and also went 2-6 with 2 RBI and 3 stolen bases.