The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

April 3, 2013

Local Roundup


BECKLEY — Woodrow Wilson 26, Richwood 0

WW: 1043 90 — 26 11 0

R: 000 00 — 0 0 4

WW: Dakota Bowyer and Dylan Foster, R: Mike Atkins, Casey O’Dell (2), Robert Gower (3), Micahel Friend (4) and Caleb Louden. WP —Bowyer ; LP — Atkins. Hitting — WW: Hunter Greco 2-2 (HR), Logan Wriston 5-5

Nicholas County 4, Wyoming East 2

FAYETTEVILLE — Nicholas County scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to overtake Wyoming East for a 4-2 victory in the Fayetteville Wooden Bat Tournament.

Ethan Amick, Drew Moore and Matt Doddrill each had one hit and Tyler Sagraves allowed just two runs for Nicholas County in the win.

Dereck Thornton was the hard luck loser, giving up just four hits, while blasting three hits of his own for the Warriors.

Nicholas County 4, Wyoming East 2

WE: 010 100 0 — 2 7 2

NC: 000 103 x — 4 4 1

WE: Derek Thornton and Zach Whitten, NC: Tyler Sagraves and Ethan Amick. WP — Sagraves. LP — Thornton. Hitting — WE: Derek Thornton 3-3 (2B), Chase Pressley 1-3, NC: Ethan Amick 1-3 (2 RBI), Drew Moore 1-3, Matt Doddrill 1-2.

Liberty 14, Elkins 6

ELKINS — The Liberty Raiders pounded out 13 hits and scored 14 runs to roll past Elkins Wednesday.

Jake Lacek drove in four runs and Dylan Keel had two hits, scored four runs and had 2 RBIs to lead the Raiders onslaught.

Matthew Bailey and Joey Lacek added two hits apiece for Liberty.

Liberty (5-0) plays a doubleheader today at Linda K. Epling Stadium against Valley at noon and Pocahontas County at 3 p.m.

Liberty 14, Elkins 6

L: 402 205 1 — 14 13 1

E: 001 102 2 — 6 11 3

L: Jordan Atkins and Jake Lacek, Trevor Quarles (5), E: Lonergan, Scott (4), Tarrack (4), Clarkson (5) and Wyatt. WP — Atkins. LP — Lonergan. Hitting — L: Austin Lyons 1-3 (R), Seth Prince 1-4 (2 R, 2B), Joey Lacek 2-4 (2 R, RBI), Dylan Keel 2-2 (4 R, 2 RBI), Matthew Bailey 2-5 (2 R), Dakota Boulet 1-3 (2 R, 2 RBI), Jake Lacek 1-3 (4 RBI), Zack Martin 1-1 2 RBI); E: Gainer 2-4 (R, RBI, HR), Shreve 1-4 (RBI), Hopwood 1-1 (R), Gibson 1-4 (R, 2B), Wyatt 1-4 (RBI), Riggleman 2-2 (R 2 RBI).

Records: Liberty (5-0)


Shady Spring 12, PikeView 0 (4 innings)

Katie Snodgress and Michelle Snodgress combined on a two-hit shutout and drove in one run apiece to lead the Shady Spring Lady Tigers past PikeView Wednesday at Linda K. Epling Stadium.

Alexis DeMoss drove in five runs and Sierra Richmond picked up two hits and 2 RBIs for Shady Spring.

Savanna Coalson and Hope Nester each had one hit for PIkeView.

Shady Spring (5-0) travels to Richwood today.

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