The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

April 12, 2013

Scores and schedules


BECKLEY — Local schedule


Fayetteville at Richwood, 5:30 p.m.

James Monroe at Woodrow Wilson, 5 p.m.

Van at Meadow Bridge, 5:30 p.m.

Montcalm at Midland Trail, 5 p.m.

Nicholas County, Shady Spring at Best of the Best Tournament, 2 p.m.

Oak Hill at Summers County, 5:30 p.m.

River View at PikeView, 5:30 p.m.

Saturday, April 13

PikeView, Independence at Fayetteville, noon

Greenbrier East, Parkersburg at South Charleston, noon

Richwood, Shady Spring at Best of Best Tournament, 5 p.m.

Charleston Catholic at Summers County (DH), 1 p.m.

Westside at Montcalm, 2 p.m.

Huntington, Princeton at Woodrow Wilson, 11 a.m.


North-South All-Star Classic

The West Virginia Athletic Directors Association has released the rosters for 2013 North-South All Star Classic. The game will be played at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 14, at the South Charleston Community Center.


Player, School    Hgt    Avg

Nathan Adrian, Morgantown    6-9    20.5

Andrew Davis, Ritchie County    6-2    18.8

Donte' Grantham, Martinsburg    6-7    18.1

Travor Horton, Fairmont Senior    6-0    18.5

Mitchell Koch, Preston    6-4    18.5

Jalen Lewis, Martinsburg    6-0    15.5

Wes Mitchem. Parkersburg South    6-4    19.4

Logan Opyoke, Clay-Battelle    6-5    17.0

Chris Shields, Hedgesville      6-6    13.8

Tyler Sprouse, Bridgeport      6-0    14.7

Travis Tomer, University     6-5    17.6

Cody Triplett, Trinity     6-6    21.8

Mark Winters, Magnolia    6-6    28.5

Coaches: Dave Rogers, Martinsburg; Tom Yester, Morgantown


Player, School    Hgt    Avg

Austin Brewer, Tug Valley    6-2    15.1

Chase Connor, Shady Spring     6-2    27.1

Matt Dolan, Scott    5-10    17.0

Luke Eddy, George Washington    6-0    26.2

Levi Jordan, Buffalo    6-1    17.0

Ra'Shaud Kincaid, South Charleston     5-9    9.1

Josh Martin, Greenbrier West    6-7    17.2

Ryan Meadows, Princeton    6-1    21.9

Brett Morris, Webster County    6-4    25.4

Cody Morris, Herbert Hoover    6-5    13.5

Mackenzie Martin, Chapmanville     6-4    21.3

Mikey Newsome, Tug Valley     5-10    17.8

Angelo Sirianni, Nitro    6-0     21.0

Coaches: Chuck Elkins, Buffalo; Rick Greene, George Washington


Local results

Boys: Oak Hill 4, Shady Spring 3

Singles: Ryan Albaugh (SS) d. Cameron Heath 8-2, Jacob Buckland (SS) d, Christian Heath 8-4, Nick Oxendale (OH) d. Josh Rhudy 8-1, Joel Bracken (OH) d. Josh Buckland 8-6

Doubles: Heath/Heath (OH) d. Albaugh/Ja. Buchland 8-6, Oxendale/Bracken (OH) d. Akshay Kesori/Jo. Buckland 8-3, Tanuj Nanda/Rhudy (SS) d. Brett Garris/Simon Parks 8-1

Girls: Shady Spring 4, Oak Hill 3

Singles: Carli Kilmer (SS) d. Mary Kate Rosiek 8-4, Nicole Treadway (SS) d. Makayla Toler 8-4, Kelli Martin (OH) d. Sierra Williams 8-4, Miranda Clark (OH) d. Lyndsay Thompson 9-8 (7-5)

Doubles: Kilmer/Thompson (SS) d. Rosiek/Toler 8-1, Martin/Clark (OH) d. Treadway/Williams 8-4, Nicole Fama/Taylor Fama (SS) d. Rachel White/Lindsay Jordan 8-6

Next Match: Oak Hill hosts South Charleston today.

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