BOYS PREP SOCCER
PikeView 10, Bluefield 0
BLUEFIELD — Class AA/A No. 4 PikeView defeated Bluefield 10-0 to capture the Region 3, Section 1 championship Thursday.
Beau Smith led the Panthers with a hat trick, while Alec White scored two goals and had two assists.
Individual goals were scored by Seth Wood, Hunter Klein, Brandon Calfee, Blake Hopkins and Gene Weatherly.
The Panthers goals were assisted by Wood (2), Klein, Calfee, Joe Bailey , Isaac Harrison and Vaughn Campbell.
Goalkeeper Austin Cordell had four saves in the shutout win.
PikeView (17-4-1) advances to the regional championship game Thursday.
GIRLS PREP SOCCER
PikeView 5, Bluefield 0
EAST RIVER — The PikeView Lady Panthers punched their ticket to the regional finals with a 5-0 victory over Bluefield Thursday night in Nicholas County.
Courtney Gray scored for the Panthers in the 12th minute, followed by Shyann Carr in the 29th, Sophie Klein in the 36th, Lexy Odell in the 55th, Brooke Baker in the 67th. Odell had three assists.
PikeView will take on Nicholas County next Thursday at the East River Soccer Complex at 5:30 p.m.
MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Peterstown 6, Summers County 0 (7 OT)
HINTON — Peterstown scored on a 3-yard run in the seventh overtime to knock off Summers County 6-0 in the opening round of the playoffs.
Both teams missed chances to win early with turnovers in the red zone in the defensive struggle.
Summers County had won the regular season game 8-6.
The Bobcats finish at 6-2 on the year.
BOYS PREP SOCCER
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