The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

October 16, 2013

Roundup: Oak Hill blanks Herbert Hoover 15-0


Oak Hil 15, Herbert Hoover 0

All-stater Jacob Kemlock scored four goals and assisted on three others as the Class AAA No. 4 Red Devils steamrolled the Huskies.

Jon Hardman and Dominque Re had two goals and an assist apiece. Trevor Skaggs also scored twice, while Andrew Hardman, Andrew Retang, Joel Bracken Garrett Mullins and Christian Heath added one apiece.

Both Hardmans, Retang, Bracken and Re each had one assist. Goalkeepers Brett Garris and Andrew Elliott each played a half and had an assist.

The Red Devils, who outshot the Huskies 30-2, will play Thursday at Riverside, and Tuesday against either Shady Spring or Greenbrier East in the Class AAA sectionals at the YMCA Youth Sports Complex.

PikeView 13, Independence 0

The Class AA No. 3 PikeView Panthers had goals from 13 different players to roll past Independence 13-0 Tuesday at the YMCA Paul Cline Memorial Youth Soccer Complex.

Blake Hopkins scored one goal and had three assists to lead the Panthers, while Paydon Cutlip, Seth Wood, Hunter Klein and Ben Ellis each had one goal and one assist.

Alex Testerman, Jason Weitzel, Gene Weatherly, Isaac Harrison, Kevin Harrison, Beau Smith and Liam Deason each scored one goal in the win.

Alec White had one assist for the Panthers.

PikeView (14-4-1) plays Shady Spring Thursday at the YMCA Paul Cline Memorial Youth Soccer Complex.

Late Monday

Sissonville 2, Greenbrier East 0

Doug Harding scored for the Indians and the East defense surrendered an own goal in the loss.

Spartans goalkeeper Mac Brackenrich had 11 saves. Sissonville had a 13-7 advantage in shots on goal. Keeper J.R. Stricklen had seven saves.

East (3-11) also fell 6-0 Saturday to Martinsburg. Brackenrich made 20 saves.

The Spartans will host Pocahontas County at 6 p.m. Thursday for Senior Night.


Local results

at Shady Spring

Shady Spring d. Princeton 25-23, 25-21

Independence d. Princeton 25-23, 27-25

Independence d. Shady Spring 23-25, 25-20, 25-22

Stats: (I) Jenni Perkins 6 blocks, 6 kills; Anne Bass 22 service points, 17 kills; 15 digs; Skylar Kipps 9 service points, 17 kills, 6 blocks; Stephanie Fletcher 29 digs; Brittany Allen 9 kills, 7 digs; Kaitlyn Spencer 14 digs, 7 service points; Jessica Adkins 19 digs; Brooke Foley 18 service points, 6 kills, 52 assists.

Next: Independence (25-6-3) plays Thursday at Greenbrier East with James Monroe.

Late Monday

at Logan

Wyoming East d. Logan 22-25, 25-23, 25-20, 25-23

Stats: (WE) Bre Pertee 10 service points, 5 aces, 4 assists, 32 kills, 3 digs; Emily Day 14 service points, 2 aces, 3 assists, 2 kills; Megan Davis 14 assists, 4 kills; Ashley Boyce 9 service points, 2 aces; Courtney Hall 5 service points, 3 assists; Marissa Lovins 7 service points, 2 aces, 2 assists, 2 digs.

Next: Wyoming East (7-15) hosts Westside and Montcalm Wednesday, Oct. 23



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