The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

April 28, 2013

Roundup: Independence splits in Wooden Bat Tournament


BECKLEY — Late Friday

Fayetteville 12, Van 1

F:    022    215        —    12 11 1

V:    000    001        —    1 3 4

F: Jake Holland and Jake Cogar, V: Mike Workman and Tim Belcher. WP — Holland. LP — Workman. Hitting — F: Will Dooley 3-3 (3 2b), Trey Farris 3-4 (hr, 2b), Brian Gore 2-3, Jake Holland 2-3, V: Workman 2-3.

Westside 9-8, Tug Valley 2-5

CLEAR FORK — Breyer Morgan homered,doubled and singled as the Renegades swept a doubleheader from Tug Valley.

Dakota Bailey had four hits and two RBIs on the afternoon, while Jeffery Brown and Trevor Anderson also drove in two runs apiece.

Morgan and Drew Bragg recorded victories on the mound for the Renegades, who will travel Monday to Independence.

Westside 9, Tug Valley 2

TV:    000    20        —    2 7 2

WS:    340    2x        —    9 7 0

WP — Drew Bragg. LP — Horn. Hitting — TV: Newsome 2-3, Lucas 2-2, WS: Breyer Morgan 2-3 (hr, 2b, rbi), Dakota Bailey 3-3, Drew Bragg 1-2 (rbi), Tyler Copley (2 r, 2 rbi), Jeffery Brown 1-3 (2 rbi).

Westside 8, Tug Valley 5

TV:    120    200    0    —    5 9 2

WS:    008    000    x    —    8 9 2

WP — Breyer. LP — Newsome. Hitting — TV: Lucas 2-4, Runyon 2-4 (2 rbi), WS: Morgan 1-3 (2 r), Drew Bragg 2-3 (r, rbi), Dakota Bailey 1-3 (2 rbi), Tyler Copley 1-2 (r, 2 rbi), Casey Davis 1-3 (r), Dakota Paynter 2-3 (rbi), Trevor Anderson 1-2 (r, 2 rbi), Zach Brown (r).

Greenbrier East 4, Parry McCluer (Va.) 2

FAIRLEA — Keith Utterback and winning pitcher Harrison Martin each had two hits to propel the Spartans.

Martin tripled, singled and drove in a run. Colby Johnson added a two-run double.

Joh Rogers had two hits for Parry McCluer.

Greenbrier East plays at 4 p.m. Monday at James Monroe.

Greenbrier East 4, Parry McCluer 2

PM:    000    011    0    —    2 7 0

GE:    020    011    x    —    4 8 2

PM: Josh Perry and Trent Boatwright, GE: Harrison Martin, Ethan Boone (7) and Jacob Frantz. WP — Martin. LP — Perry. Hitting — PM: Sam Armstrong 1-4 (2b), Cody Buchanan 1-4, Cameron Wheeler 1-4 (2b), Jimmy Winston 1-3, Colin Sorrels 1-3, John Rogers 2-3, GE: Keith Utterback 2-3, R.J. Massey 1-3, Martin 2-3 (3b, rbi), Ethan Level 1-3, Colby Johnson 1-3 (2b, 2 rbi), Ben Lovett 1-3 (rbi).

Records: GE 11-8


Fayetteville 10-9, Woodrow Wilson 6-9

Huntington 9, Fayetteville 0

Kaitlyn Sisler and Morgan Funk had two hits apiece as Fayetteville upended host Woodrow Wilson 10-6 Saturday.

Kayla Patrick added a double for the Pirates. Cara MacAulay had two hits for Woodrow, while Kayla Lawson contributed a double.

Woodrow took a 9-6 win Friday night, keyed by pitcher Shannon Undrwood’s four-hitter. Maggie Cook had two hits, MacAulay doubled and Courtney Legowski hit a home run.

Shelby Dorsey tripled and Ashley Gilkerson doubled for Fayetteville.

The Pirates also played Huntington on Saturday and dropped a 9-0 decision. Kelsey Norris had two hits in a losing cause.

Fayetteville (9-12) will host Richwood at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

The Pirates will also host a Class A sectional, starting Wednesday. Games and times will be determined later.

Woodrow Wilson will host the Class AAA Region 3, Section 2 tournament Monday.

The Flying Eagles host Oak Hill at 5 p.m., with the loser taking on top seed Shady Spring at 7 p.m.

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