The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

April 30, 2013

Local Roundup

(Continued)

COAL CITY —

Westside 4, Wyoming East 1

W:    010    102    0    —    4 5 2

WE:    100    000    0    —    1 7 0

W: Cassidy Blankenship and Leah Pack, WE: Emily Day and Breanne Pertee. WP — Blankenship. LP — Day. Hitting — W: Blankenship 1-3, Pack 3-3 (2 hr, 3 rbi), Kelsey Walls 1-3, WE: Chelsea Duncan 2-4 (3b), Pertee 1-4, Chelsey Adkins 1-3, Leah Bailey 1-3, Morgan Adkins.

Wyoming East 3, Westside 2, 9 innings

WE:    000    000    201    —    3 10 3

W:    000    010    100    —    2 5 4

W: Cassidy Blankenship, Kelsey Walls (8) and Leah Pack, WE: Emily Day, Larissa Davis (8) and Breanne Pertee. WP — Davis. LP — Walls. Hitting — WE: Chelsea Duncan 4-5 (2 2b), Morgan Wrenn 3-5, Davis 2-4, Chelsea Adkins 1-4 (hr, 2 rbi), Kristen Bailey 1-4, W: Ashton Lester 1-4 (2b), Pack 2-4, Logan Osborne 1-3 (hr, rbi), Stephanie Brown 1-3.

Nicholas County 8, Clay County 0 (5 innings)

SUMMERSVILLE — Lauren Young fired a one-hit shutout and struck out seven to lead the Nicholas County Lady Grizzlies past Clay County in Class AA Region 4, Section 1 play.

Shelby Grose had two hits for Nicholas County, while Lauren Young, Devin Johnson and Alyson Childers each had one hit for the victors.

Teyah Sams had the lone hit for Clay County.

Nicholas County (10-12) plays Herbert Hoover at 5 p.m. today. Each team must win two games to capture the sectional crown.

Nicholas County 8, Clay County (5 innings)

C:    000    00        —    0 1 4

NC:    106    01        —    8 5 0

C: Amber Santos and Teyah Sams, NC: Lauren Young and Mariah Eberhart. WP — Player. LP — Player. Hitting — C: Teyah Sams, NC: Shelby Grose 2-3, Lauren Young 1-3, Devin Johnson 1-3 (2B), Alyson Childers 1-3 (3B).

Records: Nicholas County (10-12).

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Wyoming East 11, Liberty 1 (5 innings)

NEW RICHMOND — Christian Hedinger and Derek Thornton each drove in three runs apiece to lead the Wyoming East Warriors past Liberty Monday.

Derek Laxton scattered five hits and surrendered just one run to collect his 29th career win. He is now tied for most career wins at Wyoming East.

Hunter Simmons, Chase Pressley and Hunter Justus each had two hits for the Warriors.

Austin Lyons had two hits, including a double for the Raiders.

Wyoming East (17-4) hosts James Monroe today.

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