The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

April 17, 2013

Roundup: Foley hurls Patriots past Bobcats


Independence 9, Summers County 0

Winning pitcher Brooke Foley held the Bobcats to one hit, a single by Brooke Cole.

Katie Walker struck out six Patriots, but Summers handicapped her with seven errors.

The Bobcats, now 8-10, will play at 5:30 p.m. today at Oak Hill.

Independence (3-6) will host Mount View Thursday.

Independence 9, Summers County 0

I:    030    15        —    9 6 2

SC:    000    00        —    0 1 7

I: Brooke Foley and Katy Lilly, SC: Katie Walker and Brooke Cole. WP — Foley. LP — Walker. Hitting — I: Foley 1-3, Kelsey Hart 1-3, Taylor Parker 2-3 (3b, 2 rbi), Courtney Haga 1-2 (rbi), Elizabeth Epling 1-2, SC: Cole 1-2.

Records: SC 8-10

Late Monday

Woodrow Wilson 9, Independence 8

(8 innings)

Woodrow Wilson rallied for four runs in the top of the seventh inning to send the game to extra innings, then pushed across the game winner in the eighth to defeat the host Patriots Monday.

Jahnae McDowell and Adrienne Mullins each had a home run for Woodrow Wilson. Mullins also had a double and two RBIs.

Cara MacAuley and Maggie Cook added two hits apiece for the Lady Flying Eagles.

Katy Lilly blasted a home run and Taylor Parker had three hits for Independence.

Woodrow Wilson hosts Greenbrier East today.

Woodrow Wilson 9, Independence 8 (8 innings)

WW:    001    003    41    —    9 13 2

I:    003    320    00    —    8 8 2

WW: Shannon Underwood and Adrienne Mullins, I: Brooke Foley and K. Lilly. WP — Underwood. LP — Foley. Hitting — WW: Jahnae McDowell 2-5 (HR), Cara MacAulay 2-5, Adrienne Mullins 2-5 (HR, 2B, 2 RBI), Maggie Cook 2-4 (RBI), Emily Lane 1-5 (2B); I: Katy Lilly 1-4 (HR), Jessica Lilly 2-3, Taylor Parker 3-4.


Independence 11-6, Summers County 0-0

It was Joseph H. Goddard Appreciation Night, the ol’ ball coach had to be smiling as his former team swept a doubleheader from Summers County allowing no runs in the wins.

In the opener, Andrue Hughart fired a no-hitter, striking out nine Bobcats to collect the win. Drew D’Angelo smacked two doubles and drove in three runs, while Brian Sexton drove in two runs for the Patriots.

In the nightcap, Jeremy McGinnis scattered six hits and struck out 11 batters for the shutout win, while D’Angelo and Sexton stayed red hot from the plate.

Both D’Angelo and Sexton pounded out two doubles, while Andrue Hughart and Brad Huffman each had a double in the win for the Patriots.

Independence travels to Nicholas County today.

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