The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

April 23, 2014

Local roundup: Indy beats Liberty 15-5, 10-0 in doubleheader


BECKLEY — Fayetteville 6, Charleston Catholic 3

CC:    003    000    0    —    3 4 1

F:    200    400    x    —    6 6 1

CC: Dominic Marsico and David Hamilton, F: Trey Phares and Jake Cogar. WP — Phares; LP — Marsico. Hitting — CC: Jordan Covelli 2-4, Conner Golden 1-1, Sam McKnown 1-4, F: Dalton Dempsey 2-3 (2 RBI), James Criss 1-3, Trey Phares 1-3 (2B), Troy Farrell 1-3

Records: Fayetteville (13-13)

PIkeView 21,

Summers County 11 (5 innings)

HINTON — Class AA No. 7 PikeView scored 21 runs over five innings to defeat Summers County in a slugfest Wednesday that saw the teams combine for 31 hits in the game.

Austin Cordell led the Panthers with two home runs and eight RBIs, while Seth Meadows and Jordan Hardin each hit a home run and drove home three runs.

Keian Lee went 4-for-4 with two doubles and Ryan Roberts had four RBIs for PikeView.

Aaron Gunnoe belted a home run and drove in three runs and Erik Lindsey hit a home run and had two RBIs for the Bobcats. Greg Shrewsbury added a solo shot for Summers.

Summers County plays at James Monroe today

PikeView 21, Summers County 11 (5 innings)

P:    632    55        —    21 18 1

SC:    513    03        —    11 13 7

PV: Austin Cordell, Ben Boggess (1), Justin Hopper (5) and Hunter Moses, SC: Drae Hutchens, Timmy Kitchen (3), Brett MIller (5) and B.J. Shrewsbury. WP — Boggess. LP — Hutchens. Hitting — PV: Carter Shrewsbury 3-5 (RBI), Jon Clark 2-5 (2B, RBI), Austin Cordell 3-5 (2 HR, 8 RBI), Jordan Hardin 3-5 (HR, 3 RBI), Seth Meadows 2-4 (HR, 3 RBI), Ben Boggess 1-5, Keian Lee 4-4 (2 2B), Ryan Roberts 1-4 (4 RBI), SC: Erik Lindsey 2-2 (HR, 2 RBI), Austin Cook 2-4 (RBI), Jacob Lively 1-3 (2B, 2 RBI), Drae Hutchens 2-4 (3 RBI), Aaron Gunnoe 2-3 (HR, 3 RBI), Greg Shrewsbury 2-4 (HR), Tyler Bragg 1-1.

Nicholas County 8, Valley 7

SUMMERSVILLE — The Grizzlies scored the go ahead run in the bottom of the sixth inning and improved their record to 7-9 Wednesday evening, knocking off Valley 8-7.

Jimmy Pritt, Josh Gregory and Jared Price all had two hits apiece for Nicholas County, helping Will Mayes secure the victory.

Druw Bowen was 1-for-4 with three RBIs for the Greyhounds.

Nicholas County will return to action Friday when they weclome Riverside to Summersville. Valley welcomes Richwood tonight.

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