The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

March 21, 2012

Roundup: Woodrow downs Shady 4-1

BECKLEY — PREP BASEBALL

Woodrow Wilson 4, Shady Spring 1


Jay Webb limited the Tigers to one run on just four hits to lift the Flying Eagles to victory Tuesday.

Cole Williams led a host of Woodrow Wilson hitters with a double while Daniel Rose scored two runs.

Woodrow Wilson (1-1) travels to Princeton on Thursday for a 5 p.m. contest.

Oak Hill 11, Westside 4

CLEAR FORK — The Red Devils pounded out 10 hits and scored 11 runs to defeat Westside Tuesday.

Wyatt Adkins led Oak Hill with two hits, two runs scored and four RBIs while Brendon Wilson also had two hits and one RBI.

James Robertson knocked in two RBIs for Westside.

Westside (1-1) travels to Sherman on Friday.

Greenbrier East 7, Nicholas County 2

FAIRLEA — Jacob Frantz blasted a double and had three RBI’s to lead the Spartans past Nicholas County Tuesday and remain undefeated on the young season.

Cole Pederson picked up the win and along with Brandon Hunter limited the Grizzlies to just one hit in the contest.

Greenbrier East (3-0) travels to St. Albans for a noon game Saturday followed by a 3 p.m. contest with Riverside.

PREP SOFTBALL

Riverside 4, Nicholas County 0


QUINCY — Kaley Wolfe tossed a six-hit shut-out and Kaley Mathis had two hits driving in two runs to lead Riverside past Nicholas County Tuesday.

Felicia Burton and Sarah Winter added two hits apiece for Riverside.

Joni Tyree and Whitney Robinson led Nicholas County with two hits apiece also.

Nicholas County (0-1) travels to Nitro next Tuesday.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

WVU Tech 12, OSU-Lima 0


EAST BANK — WVU Tech exploded for five runs in the first inning led by Jose Soto’s two-run blast to grab their 11th win in the last 15 games.

Five Golden Bear pitchers limited Ohio State University-Lima to just three hits in the shut-out win. Sammy McCoy was credited with the victory to move to 2-0 on the season.

Colton Ruley and Evan Riggins had three hits apiece for WVU Tech.

WVU Tech (16-10) travels to Campbellsville Saturday for a doubleheader.

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