The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

April 22, 2013

Greenbrier West baseball pounds Richwood

Area preps roundup


From Staff Reports

— n PREP BASEBALL

Greenbrier West 19, Richwood 9 (5 innings)

CHARMCO — Jarrett Jennings blasted two home runs, including a grand slam, and drove in six runs to lead Greenbrier West past Richwood Monday.

Jordan Robinson added two hits and three RBIs and Adam Tygrett had two hits, two RBIs and scored twice for the Cavaliers.

Casey O’Dell drove in two runs for Richwood.

West (8-7) hosts Meadow Bridge today.



Greenbrier West 19, Richwood 9 (5 innings)

R:    014    40        —    9 2 4

GW:    1141    21    —    19 11 0

R: Casey O’Dell, Phoenix Evans (2), Gavin Beaver (5) and Caleb Louden, GW: Austin Ransom, Chase Harless (2), Justin Estep (3), Jordan Robinson (3), Jacob Burke (4), Matt Hellmes (5) and Jarrett Jennings, Nick Boggess (2). WP — Ransom. LP — O’Dell. Hitting — R: Casey O’Dell 1-2 (2 RBI), Robert Gower 1-1, GW: Jarrett Jennings 2-2 (2 HR, 6 RBI), Adam Tygrett 2-2 (2 R, 2 RBI), Austin Ransom 1-1 (2B, RBI), Jordan Robinson 2-3 (3 RBI), Colby Ennis 1-2 (2 RBI), Dustin Yoakum 1-1.

Records: Greenbrier West (8-7).



Wyoming East 12, Fayetteville 6

NEW RICHMOND — The Wyoming East Warriors scored six runs in the bottom of the fourth and added three more runs in the bottom of the six to defeat Fayetteville 12-6 Monday.

David Powers drove in three runs, while Christian Hedinger and Hunter Simmons each had a double and two RBIs for East.

Zach Whitten added two hits and an RBI for the Warriors.

Aaron Krise led the Pirates with three hits including a home run, a double and two RBIs. Brian Gore added three hits and Tre Phares had two hits including a double for Fayetteville.

Wyoming East (12--4) travels to Westside today.



Wyoming East 12, Fayetteville 6

F:    211    200    0    —    6 11 2

WE:    300    603    x    —    12 7 3

F: Jake Holland, Tre Phares (5) and Jake Cogar , WE: Christian Hedinger, Chase Pressley (4), Austin Canada (5) and Zach Whitten. WP — Holland. LP — Pressley. Hitting — F: Aaron Krise 3-4 (2B, HR, 2 RBI), Jake Holland 1-3 (RBI), Brian Gore 3-4 (RBI), Tre Phares 2-3 (2B, RBI), Jake Cogar 1-4, Jake Alton 1-4 (2B), WE: Zach Whitten 2-3 (RBI), Christian Hedinger 1-3 (2B, 2 RBI), Brian Lusk 1-3, David Powers 1-4 (3 RBI), Hunter Simmons 2-4 (2B, 2 RBI).

Records: Wyoming East (12-4).



Valley 14, Cross Lanes Christian 4 (6 innings)

CROSS LANES — Raeshawn Breckenridge blasted two home runs and drove in six runs to lead the Greyhounds past Cross Lanes Christian Monday.

Cody Winter also hit a round-tripper and drove in two runs for Valley, while Mark Hess and Todd Coleman added two hits and two RBIs apiece.

Chad Williams led Cross Lanes Christian with a home run and two RBIs.

Valley (15-5) travels to Buffalo Wednesday.



Valley 14, Cross Lanes Christian 4 (6 innings)

V:    361    103        —    14 12 2

CL:    100    021        —    4 5 3

V: John Riddle and Cody Winter, CL: Lee McQuain, Christian Kennedy (2), Chad Williams (4) and Josh Dolin. WP — Riddle. LP — McQuain. Hitting — V: Raeshawn Breckenridge 2-4 (2 HR, 6 RBI), Cody Winter 3-3 (HR, 2 RBI), Mark Hess 2-4 (2 RBI), Todd Coleman 2-4 (2 RBI), Dante Wilkerson 1-3 (RBI), Arik McGinnis 1-3 (RBI), CL: Chad Williams 2-2 (HR, 2 RBI), Ethan Stepp 1-3 (RBI).

Records: Valley (15-5).



Woodrow Wilson 5, Spring Valley 4

Chris Metrick hita bases loaded double in the bottom of the seventh inning to rally the Flying Eagles past Spring Valley Monday in Beckley.

Winning pitcher Daniel Rose had held Spring Valley scoreless for six innings before the Timberwolves finally broke through with four in the top of the seventh.

Logan Wriston added two hits including a double and Dakota Bowyer had a double and an RBI for the Flying Eagles.

Eli Wellman led Spring Valley with two hits and two RBIs.

Woodrow Wilson (10-8) hosts Greenbrier East today.



Woodrow Wilson 5, Spring Valley

SV:    000    000    4    —    4 12 2

WW:    000    101    3    —    5 8 1

SV: Josh Steele, Aaron Hamm (6) and Tyler Radcliffe, WW: Josh Rakes and Daniel Rose. WP — Rose. LP — Hamm. Hitting — SV: Tyler Robertson 2-4, Alex Combs 2-4, Eli Wellman 2-4 (2 RBI), Bryer Brewer 3-3 (2B), WW: Logan Wriston 2-4 (2B), Dakota Bowyer 1-1 (2B, RBI), Chris Metrick 1-4 (2B, 2 RBI).

Records: Woodrow Wilson (10-8).  



Mount View 6, Westside 4

WELCH — Maurice Brown fanned 11 Renegades Monday in a complete-game win for the Golden Knights.

Tony Blackburn had three hits for Mount View, including a double and one RBI. Aaron Whittaker added a double and two RBIs and Joe Bishop had two doubles.

Drew Bragg had two hits and Dakota Bailey had a hit and an RBI for Westside.

Mount View (4-9) hosts PikeView today.



Mount View 6, Westside 4

W:    000    120    1    —    4 5 2

MV:    301    011    x    —    6 9 2

W: Breyer Morgan, Tyler Copley (4) and Dakota Paynter, MV: Maurice brown and Joe Bishop. WP — Brown. LP — Morgan.

Records: Mount View (4-9).



Montcalm 16, Meadow Bridge 1

COOPERS — Montcalm rolled up 16 runs on five hits Monday to roll past Meadow Bridge.

John Casto and Steven Whittaker each recorded five strikeouts each in the win for Montcalm.

Casto, Matt Pennington, Josh Clower and Dakota Lanter had one hit apiece for the Generals.

Zach Wingerd and Shane Harless had two hits apiece for the Wildcats.

Montcalm (6-8) hosts Twin Valley, Va. Wednesday.



Montcalm 16, Meadow Bridge 1 (5 innings)

MB:    001    00        —    1 4 2

M:    049    3x        —    16 5 1

MB: Jimmy Richmond, Alley (3) and Farr, M: John Casto, Steven Whittaker (4) and Tyler Poe. WP — Casto. LP — Richmond.

Records: Montcalm (6-8).



n PREP SOFTBALL

Nicholas County 5, Wyoming East 4

NEW RICHMOND — Wyoming East rallied late but couldn’t overcome a fast start from Nicholas County as the Grizzlies won 5-4 Tuesday.

Nicholas County took a 4-0 lead into the fifth inning, when Wyoming East scored a pair to cut the advantage in half. The Grizzlies scored an insurance run in the seventh, and it proved valuable when the Warriors rallied for a pair in the seventh but fell one run short.

Whitney Robinson picked up the win for Nicholas County, with help from Chelsey Duncan who was 3-for-4 at the plate.

Wyoming East (9-6) — which picked up a win over Charleston Catholic on Saturday when Emily Day pitched a one hitter, striking out nine batters in five innings —will be at Liberty today.



NC:    220    000    1    —    5 6 0

WE:    000    020    2    —    4 6 4

NC: Whitney Robinson and M. Everhart, WE: Larissa Davis and Haley Loman. WP — Robinson. LP — Davis. Hitting — NC: S. Grover 2-4, S. Sams 2-4 WE: Chelsey Duncan 3-4, Leah Bailey 1-2 (2B)

Records: WE: 9-6



Shady Spring 12, Mount View 2 (4 innings)

SHADY SPRING — The Tigers improved to 12-2 with a four-inning win at home against Mount View Monday.

Michelle Snodgress picked up the win for Shady Spring (12-2), allowing just two hits over four innings. Kelsey Robertson was 2-for-3 with an RBI, while Katie Snodgress connected on a 3-run homer. McKenzie Milam drove in a pair.

Shady will host a doubleheader with James Monroe today, beginning at 5 p.m.



MV:    1010    —    2 2 2

SS:    3324    —    12 11 0

MV: M. Price and B. Belle, SS: Michelle Snodgress, Kelsey Robertson (3) and McKenzie Severt. WP — Michelle Snodgrass. LP — Price. Hitting — MV: J. Younger 1-2 (2B, RBI), H. Tolnay 1-1, A. Belifore RBI, SS: Robertson 2-3 (RBI), Severt 1-1, Sierra Richmond 1-1, Alexis Colson 1-2 (2B), Katie Snodgress 1-2 (HR, 3 RBIs), McKenzie Milam 1-2 (2 RBIs), Alexis DeMoss 1-2 (RBI), Morgan Hylton 1-1 (RBI), Jess Huges 1-1 (RBI), Emily Almond 1-1 (RBI).

Records: SS: 12-2



PikeView 10, Summers County 5

GARDNER — The Lady Panthers exploded for nine runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to defeat Summers County Monday.

Lyndsay Hatfield and Savannah Coalson each had a hit and three RBIs for PikeView and Kristin Worrell had two runs scored. Haleigh Compton had two hits and was the winning pitcher for the Lady Panthers.

Brittany Bennett and Kendall Wiley each had a hit for Summers County.

PikeView (9-9) travels to Nicholas County today.



PikeView 10, Summers County 5

SC:    203    000    0    —    5 2 2

PV:    001    090    x    —    10 5 3

SC: Katie Walker and Brooke Cole, PV: Kristin Worrell, Haleigh Compton and Savannah Coalson. WP — Compton. LP — Walker. Hitting — SC: Brittany Bennett 1-4, Kendall Wiley 1-4 (R), PV: Lyndsay Hatfield 1-3 (3 RBI), Savannah Coalson 1-3 (3 RBI), Haleigh Compton 2-4, Kristin Worrell 1-2 (2 R).

Records: PikeView (9-9).



n Softball league to hold mandatory meeting

The Raleigh County Recreation Authority will be hosting a mandatory meeting for the Fitzpatrick Softball League, requiring at least one member from each team to attend. Date and time are as follows: Church League, Wednesday, April 24, 5 p.m.; Men’s League, Wednesday, April 24, 6 p.m.; Co-Ed Leagues, Thursday, April 25, 7 p.m. For more information, call RCRA office at 304-934-5323 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or Michelle Walker at 304-712-8037.